- Job ID
- Behavior Analysis
- Regular Full-Time
- Work Hours
- 40 hour/week; requires some flexibility
- Mental and Behavior Health
A long time leader in the provision of therapeutic services, using an applied behavioral approach, Intermountain Centers is expanding behavioral health and family support services to Pinal County.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who is interested in providing ABA services to a broad population of children and their families within our integrated health care program. The Behavior Analyst will work closely with other acute care and behavioral health staff in developing behavior plans for a variety of behaviors, ages and childhood/adolescent conditions. The Behavior Analysts provides assessment, creates behavior plans, consults on their implementation and works closely with behavior technicians in overseeing behavioral services provided in an integrated healthcare environment. The Behavior Analysts provides direct services in a variety of settings including physician offices, family homes, community based locations and in-office settings. The Board Certified Behavior Analyst is responsible for developing ABA Treatment Plans and Functional Behavior Assessments, and providing consultation and training to others in the use of teaching and behavior intervention strategies
- Coaches team members on how to develop proactive, strength-based, family centered, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment plans, Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA's), and Antecedent/Behavior/Consequence (ABC) Treatment Plans for children and families receiving services, in collaboration with Supervisor, Director, Clinical Director and other consultants.
- Provides coaching to parents and children's caregivers to address behaviors and implement behavior strategies.
- Conducts observations using FBA analysis tools to determine current baseline and function of behavior
- Analyzes data to develop ABC Treatment Plans and FBA's.
- Develops ABC Teaching Plans and FBA's using designated forms.
- Sets discharge criteria for service and supports a generalization plan.
- Completes progress notes using the appropriate codes in Electronic Health Record (EHR) within 24 hours of service.
- Provides consultation to members of the Child and Family Team (CFT)/Adult Recovery Team (ART) regarding behavior intervention strategies.
- Trains CFT/ART how to implement teaching strategies outlined in ABC teaching plan and FBA.
- Sets discharge criteria for service, and supports a generalization plan for CFT/ART.
- Provides mentoring, coaching and supervision to Registered Behavior Tech candidates and other professionals
- Assists in the development of supervision protocols in line with the standards set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
Education, Experience and Legal Requirements:
- Specified Master’s degree in a field related to Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Prior experience in providing clinical supervision in a behavioral health setting preferred.
- Certification in Applied Behavior Analysis from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
- Current licensure as an Arizona behavior health professional required.
- CPR and First Aid certification (ICHD provides training).
- Arizona Driver’s License, 39-month Motor Vehicle Report and proof of vehicle registration and liability insurance that meets insurance requirements.
- Eligible for Level 1 fingerprint clearance.
- Initial current negative TB test result (ICHD provides).