Schedule: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
- Conduct and complete clinically sound functional behavior assessments for clients in residential programs.
- Write clinically sound, evidence-based behavior support plans based on assessment outcomes that adhere to the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavior Supports(PBS).
- Assist in the implementation and the delivery of PBS throughout DD service models.
- Play key role on PBS Leadership Team, Universal Supports Team, Targeted Supports Team and/or Intensive Supports Team.
- Attend Human Rights Committee Meetings and present Behavior Support Plans as needed.
- Work alongside QA and Operations to ensure that PBS is fully integrated into all aspects of service delivery, evaluation, and quality improvement.
- Provide Advanced Prevent Training and re-certification.
- Attend risk meetings and participate in the risk committee process.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst and/or MA state Licensure as a Behavior Analyst.
- Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Education, or related field.
- Demonstrated professional writing, organizational, data analysis and interpersonal skills.
- One to three years of experience working with adults with developmental disabilities in a clinical role.
- Solid working knowledge and understanding of principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Knowledge and experience in the field of Organizational Behavior Management a plus.
- Ability to handle multiple responsibilities in a fast paced and challenging environment.
- Experience working with a culturally diverse population.
- The ability to work independently, be organized, and use good time management skills.
- Good interpersonal skills across a variety of internal and external contacts.
- Ability to teach in both formal and informal settings, as well as to provide constructive feedback.
- The ability to read, interpret, and implement the MA DDS regulations 115 CMR 5.01 – 5.14.
- Driving License Required? Yes