Clinical Supervisor (BCBA required) - Prince George County, VA

Clinical Supervisor - BCBA
Changing lives. One child at a time. One professional at a time.
As a leading ABA therapy provider, Verbal Beginnings offers a fun and rewarding environment for our staff. We create a supportive atmosphere that promotes professional growth and learning, done so by offering training opportunities, in-depth ABA Therapist training, financial support to ABA Therapists to get their RBT and BCBA, supervision hours, team building events, and company events. If you are in this field, you know sometimes 'it takes a village' and we strive to provide that support.
The role of the Clinical Supervisor (BCBA) is to provide therapeutic services based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to Verbal Beginnings' clients. The position involves the assessment, development, implementation, training, supervision, and monitoring of home, school and community based ABA programs. We have part-time and full-time positions available, based on schedule availability, distance to cases, and your career goals. Relocation assistance may be available on a case-by-case basis.
Responsibilities of the Clinical Supervisor - BCBA:
Conduct functional behavior assessments including but not limited to VB-MAPP.
Develop treatment plans based on the principles of ABA to address communication, feeding, behavior, ADLs and social skills.
Design data collection systems to track and evaluate client progress on treatment plan objectives.
Supervise ABA Technicians implementing ABA based treatment plans.
Update treatment plans as necessary.
Train family members on implementing the treatment plan.
Provide 1:1 ABA therapy in home, school and community-based environments.
Coordinate ABA Technician schedules with the family.
Ensure that the child is in a safe and positive environment at all times.
Uphold Verbal Beginnings, LLC core values and ethical standards.
Qualifications of the Clinical Supervisor - BCBA:
Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Experience working in and developing home, school and community based ABA programs.
Experience supervising technicians/paraprofessionals implementing ABA based treatment programs.
Completion of supervision training.
Hold a current state license in the area you intend to provide services.
Experience working with children with developmental disabilities.
Experience working with children with behavior problems.
Experience conducting family training on ABA based treatment plans.
Excellent communication skills.
Benefits to working as a Clinical Supervisor with Verbal Beginnings:
Competitive Pay
We provide competitive compensation packages including performance and education-based incentives. Relocation packages also available on a case-by-case basis for candidates interested in moving to Maryland or areas where service need is greatest.
Professional Development
We provide monthly workshops and CEUs, sponsor your attendance to industry conferences, access to Relias Learning CEUs, learning assessment tools, and opportunities for promotion and professional growth as you continue your career as a leader in the field of ABA.
Leadership Opportunities
We are a company devoted to the dissemination of evidence-based ABA that is open to new ideas for growth from all our employees, and believe in promotion from within our team. Let us know what your goals and areas of interest are so we can help you grow!
We are a cohort and practicum site with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, which covers a 7 course ABA program; as well as providing all of our ABA Therapists with coursework for their RBT and supervision hours to sit for the BCBA exam. For those aspiring to become a BCBA- we will help you do it financially and with community support.
Health Benefits
We provide access to health benefits for employees working over 17 hours per week, including Medical / Dental / Vision.
401(k) Plan
If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, don't wait! Apply today. Opportunities are available based on schedule availability, location and distance to cases, and your ambition in the field of ABA.

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