Clinic Director- Iowa City

The Homestead Iowa City , IA 52246

Posted 5 months ago

Balance Autism is seeking Clinic Director candidate for our clinic in Iowa City, Iowa.

The Children's Autism Project

Balance Autism's Children's Autism Project is a clinic-based service providing one-on-one, direct Applied Behavior Analysis services for young children with autism. This program was developed in collaboration with Iowa Medicaid and serves as a model program for the state. Balance Autism opened the first clinic for ABA services in 2010 in Altoona, Iowa and has recently expanded in Des Moines, as well as into Iowa City due to heavy demand. This is an exciting time to consider relocation to Iowa to become a part of this program that is changing autism services in the state.

Balance Autism's Mission: We develop and implement innovative solutions for people with autism.

Clinic Director

Balance Autism is currently seeking dedicated, creative individual interested in being the leader of our growing program in Iowa City. The Clinic Director may have a direct caseload of young children with autism for which they design the instructional program and lead each child's team. They are responsible for overall oversight of the clinic, initial assessments, development of data collection systems, ongoing data reviews, program modifications and staff training on child specific programs. One requirement for enrollment in the Children's Autism Project is that parents/caregivers participate in the parent-training program. The Clinic Director closely works with each Clinic Supervisor and ABA Specialist to develop systems and structure that provide consistency and allow a great deal of individualization in this new and growing program.

Responsibilities include:

  • Supervision and training for bachelors level direct care staff and Board Certified staff

  • Development and provision of individualized parent training

  • Development of the individualized treatment plan

  • Implementation of evidence based strategies

  • Oversee procedures for skills acquisition and behavior reduction

  • Developmental assessments using VB-MAPP, ATEC and other tools

  • Overall financial structure of the clinic

  • Supervision, management and over site of the clinic

Job Requirements

  • BCBA Certification

  • Experience supervising and training staff preferred

  • Minimum 2 years delivering ABA services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Ability to conduct functional behavior assessments, and to design and monitor effective behavior intervention and skill acquisition plans

  • Experience writing individualized treatment plans and procedures based on assessments

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Commitment to collaboration, teamwork and positive relationships

  • Adherence to a high level of professional and ethical standards

  • Driver's license with and auto insurance

  • Pass a pre-employment drug screen, OIG, physical and background check.

Balance Autism is an equal opportunity employer. Don't just get a job -- do something meaningful!


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The Homestead