For over 26 years, CVAP has served individuals with developmental disabilities including autism, PDD-NOS, Asperger's Syndrome and many others. Applying the science of Applied Behavior Analysis, our service to individuals and their families is widely accepted and sought. Now we need your help to continue to serve families in the Sacramento County. Please see a description of the position we are hiring for below.
This position serves as the Behavior Interventionist for Central Valley Autism Project, Inc. (CVAP). The Behavior Interventionist will work one-on-one with clients/patients and serve as support staff in our autism therapy centers, homes, and/or schools, providing ABA therapy to clients/patients diagnosed with autism. The Behavior Interventionist must be dedicated, patient, energetic, and professional in his/her conduct.
One-to-One and group services are provided to the client/patient to address skill deficits and behavioral excesses using a variety of behavior analytic strategies. These services involve interacting with the client/patient, implementing intervention plans, keeping ongoing data and adjusting contingencies to affect targeted behavior positively. These services occur in the presence of parents/caregivers/teachers/other professionals so the provider can teach them (via coaching, modeling, feedback, etc.) to implement the strategies during other times of day and week, and in other settings.
Visit our website at http://cvap.org and http://cvap.org/employment to apply and learn more.
Daily/Ongoing Position Responsibilities and Duties:
- Monitors and records data collection process and data book.
- Participates in administrative responsibilities.
- Implements direct intervention/treatment with the client/patient.
- Reports all information to the Clinical Supervisor or Clinical Assistant.
- Facilitates peer play training sessions.
- Shadows client/patient in the classroom.
- Maintains confidentiality regarding the client/patient and the family.
- Responds in a professional manner at all times.
- Reports to designated Senior Behavior Interventionist per client/patient team, Clinical Assistant/s, and Clinical Supervisor/s.
- High School Diploma or GED equivalent - Required
- Associates/Bachelor's/Master's Degree in human, social, or educational services discipline or degree related to behavior management from an accredited community college or educational institution - Preferred
Skills and Knowledge
- Strong verbal and written communications skills.
- Ability to multi task
- Effective interpersonal communication skills.
- Demonstration of high commitment to excellent customer services.
- Demonstrated flexibility in a varying work environment due to reprioritization.
- Commitment to functioning as a team player.
- Must have the highest ethical standards who employs tact and discretion, and is motivated, self-directed, confident, self-starter and ability to work under tight timeframes.
- Reliable transportation and be able to travel locally and out of town regularly.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Valid proof of auto insurance and auto registration.
- DMV Record: Must have a clean motor vehicle record, no conviction or pending driving under the influence prior to and during employment with CVAP.
- Must clear DOJ/FBI background check, prior to and during employment.
- Must provide proof of absence of Tuberculosis (TB) at time of hire and every four (4) years from last negative TB reading.
- Must provide immunization/immunity to Hepatitis B, Rubella, Rubeola, Mumps, Varicella, Pertussis (whooping cough).
- Documentation of Physical Capability to Perform Services.
- Permission to Disclose Health Screening Medical Information to required funding sources.
- Completed 30-hours competency-based training designed by a BCBA (to be completed within 30-day of hire).
- Successfully pass ongoing/quarterly clinical performance evaluations/overlaps.
- Completed competency-based training designed by a BCBA.
- Travel Required
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking.- Preferred
- Sitting, sprinting, running, standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, pivoting, crawling, pushing, pulling, balancing, climbing, reaching, grasping, eye-hand coordination, twisting, lifting up to 50 lbs, carrying, maintaining concentration, initialing personal contact, focusing on multiple tasks simultaneously, formulating and executing a plan of action,
- The ability to comprehend and follow simple instructions, perform simple and repetitive tasks, maintain a work pace appropriate to a given workload, perform complex or varied tasks, relate to other people beyond giving and receiving instructions, influence people. and make generalizations, evaluations and decisions without immediate supervision.
Benefits and Perks
- Competitive Salary ($12-$14 per hour)
- Paid Registered Behavior Technician Training and Certification
- Paid CPR & First Aid Training and Certification
- Career advancement opportunities
- Employee incentive programs
- Full time positions include medical, dental, vision along with paid vacation/sick/holiday time and 401k participation
Confidentiality and Duty Statements
Duty Statement: Employees will uphold all ethical and professional guidelines established by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board, maintain all required certifications for the position, effectively complete all tasks listed within the roles and responsibilities of the position, demonstrate outstanding organizational skills, and be computer literate.
Maintaining Confidentiality: As outlined in the BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code, Behavior Interventionist will discuss confidential information obtained in clinical or consulting relationships, or evaluative data concerning clients/patients, students, research participants, supervises, and employees, only for appropriate scientific or professional purposes and only with persons clearly concerned with such matters. Behavior Interventionist must not share or create situations likely to result in the sharing of any identifying information (written, photographic, or video) about current clients/patients and supervises within social media contexts.