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Clinical Director - BCBA

Clinical Director - BCBA

Job ID 
2018-4174
Job Location 
US-FL-Orange Park
Type 
Regular Full-Time

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Summary

For six decades, May Institute has set the national standard for providing comprehensive, research-based services to children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental illness.

May Institute blends science with service to help make progress possible for thousands of children, adults, and families each year.

Join us in our mission to promote independence, choice, dignity and respect for those we serve.

 

May Center for Adult Services in Orange Park, FL has an exciting opportunity for a Director of Clinical Services.  The Director will provide individualized treatment strategies for adults and children diagnosed with autism spectrum or related disorders in residential group homes and a day program for individuals with intense behaviors.  Candidates for this position will be expected to manage a flexible work schedule, including on-call responsibility for clinical emergencies.

 

Opportunities:

  • Collaborate with others in the development and conduct of research projects and conduct independent research
  • Present research at local or national conferences
  • Teach coursework in BACB-approved course sequences taught through partnerships the May Institute has with local universities
  • Provide supervision for practicum students in behavior analysis programs
  • Receive supervision towards licensure as a psychologist (as appropriate and desired)
  • Participate in leadership within the school and within the organization as a whole
  • Meet and work with our Clinical Leadership Team

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate clinical services in compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that all clinical programs meet May Institute and funding source requirements.
  • Devise and implement a system to formulate comprehensive behavior plans.
  • Monitor all behavior plans to ensure best practices and optimal levels of treatment.
  • Provide adept supervision of clinical staff.
  • Conduct staff trainings/meetings.
  • Develop a strong rapport with existing funding sources.
  • Complete a thorough functional assessment of identified challenging behaviors for each individual.
  • Presents behavior support plans and corresponding data to the APD Local Review Committee (LRC) as required.

Qualifications

  • BCBA certification required
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient computer skills
  • Experience working with state funding agencies
  • Previous supervisory experience
  • Experience working with adults/young adults with ASD/ID in residential and day settings