The Case Supervisor role leads a team of behavior technicians (BTs) to deliver behavior analytic services. Daily duties include but are not limited to: supervising client cases, providing direct therapy services, behavior analytic assessment procedures, and parent/caregiver training. This position must have a positive and supportive attitude toward the company and colleagues. This position requires individuals to have problem-solving skills, independent and critical thinking, as well as have strong communication and decision-making skills.
In this role, you will create treatment goals and recommendations with consideration to caregiver goals. Case Managers will rely on research (current and ongoing) and their own professional judgment in the selection of goals. The first priority in IRBS’ programming will be to reduce any problem behaviors that are impacting the well-being of the client as well as those in the client’s environment. This will be achieved by first conducting function-based assessments of the problem behavior(s). Once the functions are determined, functionally-equivalent replacement behaviors will be selected, taught to the individual, and monitored to ensure progress. Once the client has the ability to utilize these appropriate replacement behaviors, skill-acquisition goals will be introduced and based on age-appropriate development of the following domains: communication, social skills, and adaptive/daily living skills. At IRBS, we place a heavy emphasis on caregiver training goals due to the importance of skill generalization to ensure treatment is effective.
Job Type: Part-time, full-time
Reports to: Program Manager – BCBA
Pay: (range) commensurate with experience
- Bachelor’s Degree (Required)
- BCaBA Certification (Required)
- LaBA Certification (Required)
- 3+ years experience (Required)
- Health Insurance
- Flexible Schedule
- Mileage reimbursement
- Paid Time Off
- Profession development assistance
- Supervise and train Behavior Technicians
- Assist in development, planning, and implementation of programming
- Provide guidance and support to families of clients
- Collaborate with clinical director on program development
Other responsibilities include and are not limited to:
- Accurate and timely submission of session notes
- Thorough and timely submission of treatment plans
- Upholding minimum billable hours on a weekly basis
- Provide direct sessions with clients when needed
- Attend regular meetings/trainings
- Uphold BACB certification requirements
- Maintain state credentialing (LBA credential)
- Comply with the BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code
- Follow all company policies in addition to state and federal laws and guidelines
Regular performance reviews are conducted to assess quality of work, growth, feedback from colleagues, and opportunities for further skill development. These evaluations will give the employee a chance to provide feedback to their supervisor as well.
All applicants receive consideration of employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, size, height, weight, marital status, family status, gender identity or expression, affectional or sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.