PACE is growing!
PACE is a non-profit organization providing high-quality programs for individuals with autism and associated developmental disabilities. We are looking for two BCBA certified Clinical Supervisors, for our children's early intervention program.
PACE is a great place to work and offers competitive medical, dental, vision; vacation days, sick days; holidays; 403(b) retirement plan; staff enrichment programs; Life and Long Term Disability insurance; Employee Assistance Program and Worldwide Travel Assistance.
Essential Job Functions:
• Provide behavior consultation and developmentally enhancing services to children in therapy sessions at the FACES clinic, clients' homes and schools. The services are a mix of direct interaction and observation, staff oversight and training, parent training, collaboration with other care providers, and report generation/record keeping.
• Collaborate with other Clinical Supervisors to present quarterly staff training.
• Review and develop functional and motivational behavior assessments, behavioral plans and interventions. Must be able to review and develop a system to collect behavioral data. Responsible for interpreting the behavioral data, modifying plans and training as necessary.
• Conduct direct observation of children's behavior and sufficiently track progress, presenting suitable data assessment for the condition.
• Conduct assessments for potential clients and submit insurance paperwork as necessary; complete treatment plan updates as needed for each client (every 3, 6, or 12 months, depending on the company)
• Maintain regular communication with clients' families
• Provide supervision for staff members pursuing certification as RBTs/BCBAs/BCaBAs
• Attend IPP & IEP meetings as necessary.
• • License or Certification: BCBA, LCSW, and/or LMFT (if LCSW/LMFT, must already have ABA experience). Strong consideration will be given to applicants with a relevant Masters’ degree who have completed (or are near completion of) the requirements for the BCBA but have not yet sat for the exam.
• Experience developing and administering behavior plans and skills development curricula for developmentally disabled children is essential
• Experience in ABA programming with this population including traditional teaching methods (e.g., discrete trial training) and naturalistic/incidental teaching and the verbal behavior approach preferred.
• Excellent English communication and interpersonal skills, including reading, speaking, writing, listening, motivating, inspiring, collaborating, and delegating.
• Self-starter and team player.
• Strong organizational skills with the ability to track and follow-up with multiple, simultaneous projects.
• Possess a valid California drivers’ license with a good driving record and provide proof of insurance.
Candidate will be required to obtain and maintain a clear DOJ and FBI clearance, clear physical health and TB test after a conditional offer has been accepted.
For over 25 years, PACE has offered high-quality services for the educational and residential needs of individuals with autism and other developmental disorders. Specialists in speech and language development, occupational therapy, behavior management and special education instruction work as a team to serve the diverse needs of our students.