Caliber Autism Care enables children and families to overcome the daily challenges of disabilities. Founded by husband and wife Neerja and Navneet Anand, Caliber is creating a better world for children diagnosed with Autism and other developmental disabilities. The Anands have spent their lives donating resources to organizations that care for children internationally and created Caliber Autism Care after visiting an orphanage in Tanzania in 2018.
We Need Your Leadership
It takes a person with compassion and perseverance to provide therapeutic services for clients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families, and we’re hoping you’re the person we’re looking for to fill our BCBA III role. If you’re the leader we’re looking for, and the one our clients need, you’ll have experience planning, developing, and monitoring behavioral support services to clients diagnosed with ASD and other behavioral, social, and communication challenges. You’ll consult with and teach instructional team members, develop and implement comprehensive treatment plans, and collaborates with team members, service providers, families, and other agencies as appropriate.
Every day here is different, and so is every job site. You may be asked to travel to serve the needs of our clients in the comfort of their own homes in the following counties: Wayne, Macomb, Oakland, and Genesee.
What you will Be Doing
- Administers, conducts, evaluates and supervises the implementation of behavioral assessment measures (e.g., VB-MAPP, Vineland) and functional assessment measures.
- Develops goals and objectives for home and community programs and designs behavior support plans based on functional assessment data.
- Trains BCBAs, BCaBAs and Behavior Technicians on the proper implementation of clinical behavior programs and plans, data collection systems and all necessary monitoring and reporting systems.
- Conducts regular caregiver and/or teacher training and consultation.
- Conducts bi-weekly supervision meetings with BCBAs and Behavior Technicians.
- Completes all necessary documentation in a timely and satisfactory manner as required.
- Assists with determining when to onboard new clients and assigning of BCBAs and Behavioral Technicians as needed
- Maintains billable caseload and documents billable hours according to Caliber Autism Care policy and state and federal regulation.
- Develops written reports documenting behavioral recommendations for parents, caregivers and agency personnel in a timely and accurate manner
- Responsible for coordinating, scheduling, communicating and continually evaluating the effectiveness of teaching strategies, behavioral evaluations, behavior plans, and individual education plans for clients on their caseload.
- Responsible for conducting yearly evaluations of BCBAs and behavior therapists assigned
- Participates in professional meetings or conferences deemed to be beneficial to Caliber’s development.
- Meet with the Clinical Director and other supervisory staff to assess company, program, and employee needs. Based on assessment, identification, development, and delivery of training or processes to improve area of need
- Performs interviews of professional staff such as BCBA, BCaBA and RBT
- Maintain client confidentiality per HIPAA laws
- Other duties as assigned
This job operates both remotely and at clients’ home environments. This role routinely uses office equipment such as computers, phones, and tablets and staff are provided with assessment tools accordingly. Employee may have to travel up to an hour from home to provide services to clients.
- Flexible full-time and part-time schedules available
- Opportunities for advancement and growth
- Potential for signing bonus
- Family-friendly environment with work/life balance
- Health, vision and dental insurance (for full time employees)
- Michigan Licensed Board Certification Behavior Analyst – minimum of 3 years post certification (BCBA and LABA are required)
- Experience with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related developmental disabilities for at least 3 years
- Minimum of three years of supervising RBTS and BCaBAs
- 8-hour supervisory training complete
- Able to communicate effectively to both staff and potential and current parents/guardians of clients
- At least three years’ experience working as an in-home therapist in the autism or developmental disability field (preferred)
- Must have excellent writing and communication skills, be highly organized with the ability to multi-task
- Desire for continued education and development within the field
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.