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Assistant Clinical Director (Adult Services) - Revere, MA

Assistant Clinical Director (Adult Services) - Revere, MA

Job ID 
2017-3349
Job Location 
US-MA-Revere
Type 
Regular Full-Time

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Summary

May Center for Adults Services, a division of May Institute, provides a wide range of community-based services for adults of all ages with autism and other developmental disabilities, which include community, supportive living, and day programs.  Our May Center for Adult Services is seeking a compassionate, dedicated, and experienced Assistant Clinical Director to join our clinical team in Revere, MA.

 

The Assistant Clinical Director will be responsible for clinical/behavior assessment, behavior plan development and coordination of interdisciplinary team meetings. This is an excellent opportunity for a Masters level graduate with experience in case management, or graduates pursuing board certification as a behavior analyst!

 

This is a full-time, salaried position. May Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees.

 

 

BENEFITS

  • Access to senior clinical leadership
  • Medical/Dental
  • Matching Contribution to retirement plan
  • Opportunities for Tuition Reimbursement
  • Ability to Conduct Research
  • Mileage Reimbursement
  • Support for Conference attendance and/or presentations
  • Free CEUs
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending
  • Electronic devices provided for completion of clinical paperwork

Responsibilities

  • Develop, train and monitor behavior support plans for individuals with developmental disabilities/mental health issues in a day habilitation/residential setting
  • Develop, train and monitor skill acquisition programs
  • Attend and provide data at psychiatric appointments onsite as well as in the community
  • Communicate with guardians and outside agencies
  • Manage behavioral crises

Qualifications

  • BCBA strongly preferred
  • Master’s degree in a related field
  • Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness