Rivermont, a New Story School is currently seeking a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) to join our team. New Story School is a private licensed academic school that provides special education support for children up to the age of 21 who have been diagnosed with autism or emotional/behavior disorders. Our multidisciplinary teams collaborate with families, school districts and community partners to empower children in overcoming challenges and creating new stories in their lives.
The Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) is responsible for development, implementation, and administrative and clinical supervision of assigned program and services.
Conducts a variety of evidence based assessments (e.g.,FBAs, VB-MAPP, etc.) and develops appropriate programming based on assessments results (e.g., treatment goals and behavior intervention plans).
Collaborates with parents to promote skill maintenance and generalization.
Ensures programming includes transition planning for clients ages 14 and older (e.g., life-skills, vocational, self-help, etc.)
Manages and coordinates intake of new clients.
Provides on-site clinical supervision to assigned program to ensure implementation, training, and competence of staff with ABA/VB methodology, procedures, techniques, and strategies. Provides RBT supervision and supervision of others to obtain BCBA credential as needed.
Ensures training on and utilization of scientifically validated behavior analytic teaching procedures and techniques.
Works within forecasted census/productivity targets.
Collaborates with administrators, teachers, counselors, related service providers or other stakeholders in development and implementation of academic instruction, the IEP/ISP and assigned tasks in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA/Verbal Behavior (VB) techniques, procedures, and interventions.
Provides direct therapy and instruction to identified students/clients, as needed.
Provides feedback and maintains written documentation of program recommendations, modifications, evaluations, and trainings.
Develops and monitors individualized data collection systems and makes programmatic changes as necessary.
Provides in-home, in-office, and telehealth services to patients and their families.
May perform other duties as assigned or requested and job specification can be modified or updated at any time.
Requirements: Master’s Degree in human services, education, psychology, counseling, social work or related field.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
Licensed or licensed eligible as Behavior Analyst by the Virginia Board of Medicine.
A Virginia State Driver’s license with a Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) record in good standing.
Supervisory experience in a school or community based setting serving individuals with disabilities.
Experience in settings using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behavior (VB).
Demonstrated knowledge of autism and the challenges and opportunities available to this population of children.