Chrysalis
  • 23-Jul-2020 to Until Filled (MST)
  • North Las Vegas, NV, USA
  • 75,000- 94,000
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Long term Disability Insurance, 401-k, HSA


 

 POSITION SUMMARY

Chrysalis is a company that provides a variety of support services for people with intellectual disabilities. This position focuses on providing applied behavior analysis services to individuals with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries and/or autism as well as supervising services provided by other Chrysalis senior behavior analysts, behavior analysts, assistant behavior analysts, interns, or other designated employees. This position requires the ability to prioritize work and complete assigned program documentation accurately and within the allotted time frames. Furthermore, this position requires the ability to have good public relations skills in working with a variety of outside professionals and state employees, effectively train employees on behavior interventions, summarize client progress, provider performance feedback, and communicate effectively with others.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Clinical Director is directly responsible for behavior plans and clinical treatment for people supported by Chrysalis as well as supervision and oversight of Senior Behavior Analysts, BCBAs, BCaBAs, Behavior Assistants, and other employees as designated in the Area's Behavior Department

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Regular, timely and consistent attendance.
  • Adhere to the Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for BCBAs as outlined by the BACB.
  • Conduct ongoing functional assessments and develop behavior programs for each person assigned to caseload.
  • Attend memories meetings, as needed, to train on programs or continue functional assessment.
  • Write progress notes, to include evaluation of data, graphing of data, reporting on psychiatric symptoms and life changes, and evaluation of current behavior program.
  • Review behavior plans and data collection to ensure staff are completing correctly.
  • Supervise the development and implementation of Behavior Plans written by supervisees, including assisting in development of plans as needed.
  • Review new supervisees' Behavior Support Plans and supporting documents. Sign-off on plans as needed.
  • Provide timely feedback.
  • Compile, get authorization for, and present all programs with restrictive behavior interventions to Human Rights Committee (HRC) and to the Behavior Intervention Committee (BIC) and/or Peer Review Committee.
  • Ensure recommendations made by HRC, BIC and/or Peer Review are completed.
  • Recruit for and provide proper and ongoing training to supervisees' HRC members on Human Rights policies.
  • Recruit for and provide proper and ongoing training to supervisees' Behavior Intervention Committee and/or Peer Review Committee (as applicable) on Best Practice.
  • Meet regularly with treatment team members to coordinate services and provide staff training.
  • Coordinate Support Guidelines, documentation and training.
  • Consult on cases, as needed, which could include attending team meetings.
  • Ensure client's clinical needs are met when a supervisee uses PTO and/or FMLA.
  • Provide supervision as outlined by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) and complete necessary documentation.
  • Train (instruct, model and give feedback) new supervisees and Behavior Assistants (as needed) on job responsibilities, including contract requirements, state rules related to behavior supports and staff training curricula.
  • Ensure BCBAs and BCaBAs are adhering to the Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts as outlined by the BACB and the state licensure boards.
  • Attend intake and other team meetings.
  • Attend and conduct manager meetings, as needed.
  • Attend weekly correlation meetings with Chrysalis Area Administrators.
  • Other duties as assigned by Area Director and/or Chief Clinical Officer.
  • Follow state policies and procedures.
  • Serve as an official representative of Chrysalis and market a positive image.
  • Complete and maintain CEU requirements for supervision as outlined by the BACB.
  • Complete quarterly performance evaluation for all supervisees (including those in training). Review includes quality checks and contract compliance.
  • Provide summary of Performance Evaluation to CCO.
  • Ensure supervisees' training (SOAR, CPR, First Aid, OSHA) is completed within established time frames.
  • Ensure supervisees maintain BACB certification and state licensure (as applicable).

 

Requirements:

  • Minimum of least 18 years old
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Pass a drug test
  • Possess the ability to speak, read and write effectively in English
  • Have reliable transportation and a valid driver's license

 

Experience or Education:

  • A Master's Degree or PhD in behavior analysis or a related field
  • Certified as a BCBA or BCBA-D
  • Licensed as a Behavior Analyst in the State (as applicable).
  • Demonstrated supervisory skills, ability to prioritize work, and able to complete all assigned program documentation accurately and within the allotted time frames.
  • Have good public relations skills in working with a variety of outside professionals and state employees.
  • Able to effectively train employees on behavior interventions.
  • Provide supervision and oversight of BCBAs, BCaBAs, Behavior Assistants, and other employees designated.

 

Training and Certifications

  • Complete all initial and on-going training requirements (SOAR, CPR, First Aid, OSHA) within established time frames
  • Maintain BCBA certification and state licensure (as applicable).

 

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