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ABA Behavior Interventionist- Paid Training!

Autism Spectrum Interventions Long Beach Part-Time
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Start your new year off right with an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and an opportunity to a fulfilling career! Here at ASI, you'll gain hands-on experience helping children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other special needs. We're rapidly expanding and in need of new staff who are eager to grow with the company. Candidates can be experienced or ASI will provide training for highly motivated non-experienced staff!

 

About the Position

 

 

Direct Interventionist / One-to-One Interventionist One-to-One services are provided by staff trained in basic behavior analytic principles and preferably someone with a bachelor degree in the studies of Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Education or other related fields. One-to-One services are provided to the consumer to address skill deficits and behavioral excesses using a variety of behavior analytic strategies. These services involve interacting with the consumer, implementing intervention plans, keeping ongoing data and adjusting contingencies to affect targeted behavior positively. 

 

Job Description

  • Works under the supervision of the Lead, Supervisor, Manager of Clinical Services, Divisional Clinical Supervisor, Associate Clinical Director, Clinical Director, Human Resource Manager, Executive Clinical Director, Executive Director
  • Implements behavior services at client’s home, school, and community
  • Implements behavior intervention as taught, advised, guided and appropriate
  • Collects, records and summarizes data on target behaviors
  • Maintains updated notebook and record of consumer’s program
  • Implements changes as requested by supervisor
  • Monitors consumers’ program and progress
  • Attends and participates in team meetings
  • Collaborates with parents and other personnel working with the consumer
  • Provides parent education under the supervision of the Supervisor
  • Helps to create stimuli for the program
  • Conduct themselves in a professional, responsible and reliable manner
  • Have the motivation to learn new skills and help people
  • Be over the age of 18
  • Possess a valid driver's license, have access to reliable transportation and have proof of automotive insurance
  • Be dependable, prompt and have regular attendance
  • Complete and pass livescan fingerprint check
  • Be available to commute to different locations to provide services, including long distances and from location to location within a session
  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent such as General Educational Development (GED)
  • Frequently lift objects weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds from a lower to a higher position and/or frequently move objects weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds horizontally from position-to-position
  • Move about to accomplish tasks or to go from one location to another
  • Ascend or descend stairs
  • Remain in a stationary position
  • Sit
  • Bend at the waist
  • Collect written and computer-driven data
  • Visually track one or more clients engaging in gross motor and fine motor activities
  • Pursue a client who is running away from staff in a manner to attain safe containment
  • Navigate terrain, chase an eloping/fleeing client and block an exit route to ensure the safety of the eloping/fleeing client
  • Prevent a client from mouthing items
  • Prevent client from engaging is self-injurious behavior
  • Successfully complete the minimum competency training and/or pass tests demonstrating knowledge included in the minimum competency training
  • Understand and use basic computer operations
  • Perform intensive behavioral intervention; Mobility, Tactile Processing, Visual Processing, Audio Processing
  • Availability to work part-time on weekday morning availability (7:30 am -3:30 pm) and/or evening availability (2:00 pm-8:30 pm)

Compensation and Benefits:

 

  • Competitive compensation based on education and experience
  • High Quality Paid Training
  • Access to ASI office and materials
  • Flexible schedules
  • Paid mileage and drive time
  • Annual reviews and advancement opportunities
  • Opportunity for growth within company
  • Provide supervision hours towards BCBA or MFT supervision hours

Skills required

Family Therapy
Community Mental Health Services
Radiation Treatment Planning
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Lcsw)
Clinical Supervision
Social Work
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ASI believes that every individual with special needs deserves quality intervention. ASI ensures the quality of every program and utilizes only empirically established, evidence based practices. In addition, all ASI staff receive comprehensive training regarding autism and additional diagnoses, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and other related topics. ASI’s direct intervention staff receive weekly supervision by experienced, well trained supervisors.

This ensures that every ASI client receives treatment that is current and effective. ASI facilitates a parent inclusion model. This ensures that the parent’s input and ideas are integrated into every program. The parent inclusion process starts at the beginning of the assessment process and is woven into every session. The clinical director of ASI is in contact with every family on a regular basis. This includes in person observations of on-going programs.

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