Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Job Description

Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) are highly independentl practitioners who typically work on a part-time basis to train and supervise the work of RBTs and BCaBAs, train parents and caretakers on the ABA techniques relevant to their child's program, devise skill acquisition and behavior reduction treatment plans for children with developmental delays, and provide continuous supervision and revisions of existing Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs).  Additionally, BCBAs conduct training seminars for LBI staff, parents and other professionals in the field of behavior analysis.  This and all of our positions require travel as we are strictly a provider of behavioral services in the natural environment.  All candidates must have reliable transportation and must be available for a minimum of 2 days per week (Mon-Fri) and for a minimum of 3 consecutive hours each work day.  

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Behavioral / Developmental Intakes & Assessments

  • Functional Assessments

  • Train & supervise the work of RBTs

  • Train parents / caretakers on the use of ABA techniques in the natural

      environment

  • Create Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs)

  • BIP supervision & revision

  • Attend IEP meetings & provide school consultations

  • Conduct training seminars for RBTs and BCaBAs 

  • Conduct parent training seminars

  • Conduct ACE Workshops for other board certified professionals in the field

  • Graphing, charting, table and other visual data displays

  • Descriptive statistics

  • Behavior Report writing

  • Maintain respect and confidentiality for all clients

  • Maintain and protect the well-being of all clients

  • Maintain technical and professional knowledge with continuing education

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Active BCBA certification

  • Effective oral and written communication skills

  • Outstanding social skills

  • Excellent observational and analytical skills

  • Candidates must be patient, flexible, energetic, self-motivated, creative and must work well in a team environment

  • Attend CPR and First Aid training courses

  • Pass criminal background check

 

Special Considerations:

  • Who are bilingual or ASL-proficient

 

Pay Rate:  Varies depending on experience and education

 

Benefits:

  • 1099 Independent Contractor position

  • Competitive hourly compensation

  • Quarterly performance-based pay increases

  • Compensation for mandatory weekly team meetings

  • Weekly pay via direct deposit

  • Monthly travel stipend

  • Paid indirect / unrestricted hours

  • Paid untimely cancellations

  • Free Lotus-offered CEU events

  • Time off for continuing education opportunities and behavior analysis conferences

  • Flexible scheduling and case assignments for part-time and student employment

  • Use of geolocation technology to match client assignments and minimize drive time

  • All national holidays off

  • Company closed annually for spring and holiday breaks as per the MDCPS school calendar

  • No non-compete agreements

  • Electronic scoring forms and treatment plan templates

  • Free access to company learning and reinforcement materials for ABA therapy and assessments

  • Ability to relocate to any of our service areas

  • Lotus administrative scheduling and credentialing team that works for you

  • Secure instant messaging for team clinical support

  • Access to HIPAA-compliant telehealth technology for remote supervisions

  • On-going job training and career development in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Highly supportive work environment

 

​​Contact us:

Lotus Behavioral Interventions

Main:  (305) 330-4660

Fax:  (786) 217-1376

info@lotusbehavior.org

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