Residential Program – Cambon Residence (Long Island)
Per diem: 10 hours per week
The Behavior Intervention Specialist (BIS) conducts functional assessments and develops behavior intervention plans to treat problem behavior. Duties include conducting and overseeing staff training, collecting and analyzing behavior data, meeting with families and treatment teams, maintaining clinical paperwork as regulated by the state, assisting in the development of skill acquisition goals, and reporting case progress to superiors. Additionally, the behavior analyst/behavior intervention specialist will participate in agency-wide activities such as conducting research, attending professional conferences and developing clinical systems across the agency.
Master’s degree in an applied field of psychology (related fields may be considered) Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA) preferred but not required. At least five years of experience developing and overseeing behavior intervention plans for individuals with developmental disabilities and significant problem behavior (preferably with an adolescent or adult population on the autism spectrum). Knowledge of applied behavior analysis with documented training in assessment techniques and behavior intervention planning.
$50 per hour