California Psychcare Inc. Palm Desert , CA 92255
Associate Clinical Supervisor - Palm Desert Office
Supervising cases utilizing ABA methodologies, tactics, and procedures
Design and Implement developmentally appropriate curriculum
Provide instructional feedback to direct staff on assigned cases
Collect and analyze data to be used in quarterly progress reports
Draft conceptually well written and grammatically correct quarterly progress reports, outlining the child's strengths and deficits. Reports should reflect progress, challenges and relevant future goals and strategies
Provide in home ABA methodologies, tactics, and procedures for training parents to teach their children new skills and manage behaviors
Organize and conduct monthly clinical team meetings for each assigned case
Communicate and correspond regularly with an interdisciplinary team (i.e., service coordinators, social workers, teachers, speech pathologists, etc)
Adhere to ethical standards in HIPPA and BCBA code of ethics
Required to attend conferences, workshops, and in-service meetings
Conduct developmental and behavioral assessments
Each individual's curriculum is designed to enhance both the families and the child's quality of life. Some of the skill areas typically targeted include the pre-academic domain, general academic skills, attention, compliance, self help skills, social language communication (both receptive communication and expressive communication), and other various social and play skills. The unique combination skill areas targeted will be determined by the functioning level of the child. For the lower functioning child, the curriculum will be focused on fundamental skills such as attention, compliance, imitation, and general self help. For the higher functioning child, the curriculum will provide novel opportunities to generalize social skills.
The ideal candidate should have a Master's degree in Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field and has obtained or is pursuing a BCaBA or BCBA certification.
A strong BS/BA candidate enrolled in a Master Program that leads to a BCaBA or BCBA will be considered with a minimum of 2 years of experience implementing ABA interventions with children who have autism and experience with working with a wide range of children with different repertoires.
The candidate must have experience implementing ABA based teaching tactics as well an overall understanding of Behavior Analysis.
We are seeking individuals who are personable, knowledgeable, creative, organized, dependable, and responsible, demonstrate leadership skills, take the initiative to complete projects in a timely manner, demonstrate efficient and effective time management skills, and exhibit a high quality of work ethic. Bilingual applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
The monthly full-time salary ranges depending on education and relevant work experience. Part-time positions are also available.
Cell Phone Allowance
Paid Vacation and Sick days
Qualify to apply for Tuition and Workshop Reimbursement