Mea’Alofa Autism Support Center seeks BCBA, LBA in Hampton Roads

Date Posted

August 22, 2023

Company

Mea'Alofa Autism Support Center

Position

BCBA

Location

Chesapeake, VA

Website

http://www.learnwithmasc.org/

Phone

757-465-3933

Email

mascoffice@learnwithmasc.org

The Mea’Alofa Autism Support Center (MASC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality ABA and support services to children with autism and their families in the Hampton Roads area. We have a dynamic, dedicated, and fun-loving staff with a wonderful group of clients.
MASC is looking to add a responsible, collaborative, and passionate Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to our growing team. The position is guaranteed full time and center based – Monday -Friday 8-4:30. MASC believes BCBAs are the pillars of quality services who can lead by example. Candidates should love working directly with clients as well as providing supervision services as part of our team. Benefits include full management of all administrative responsibilities, health, dental and vision insurance, AFLAC supplemental insurance, paid holidays, paid personal time and vacation, paid continuing education opportunities, monthly professional development trainings, small caseloads (5-8 cases), and opportunities to provide direct services for at least 50% of scheduled hours.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
A master’s degree in a related field (psychology, ABA, education, social work, special education, etc.)
• Current BCBA certification and license with the Virginia Board of Medicine
• 2-years’ experience providing direct ABA services to clients
• Experience supervising RBTs is preferred – training will be provided.
• Responsible, punctual, and collaborative
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with clients, families, and other professionals.
• CPR certification
• Strong data analysis and interpretation skills
• Experience utilizing a variety of assessment tools (PDDI, VBMAPP, AFLLS, ABLLS, etc.)
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide 1:1 direct service utilizing the principles of ABA with clients ranging in age from 2-18 years old.
• Provide supervision to RBTs and BCaBAs as needed.
• Design, implement, and systematically monitor individualized skill-acquisition and behavior-reduction programs.
• Complete and submit documentation in a timely matter including daily session notes, supervision notes, treatment plan updates, and behavior intervention plans.
• Meet funding source requirements for protocol modification, supervision, parent training, care coordination, and authorizations.
• Research literature and best-practices related to specific learners’ programs.
• Oversee the implementation of behavior-analytic programs by RBTs and caregivers.
• Conduct assessments
• Be willing and able to supervise others seeking BCBA certification.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings and trainings.