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BCBA Clinical Supervisor
MeBe Arizona
MeBe is about “being me” and we want you to be you. We want our BCBA’s to be more than just billable hours and we truly value each person’s individuality and unique qualities. If you are looking for a fun, transparent, quality-driven work culture and environment look no further.

WHAT YOU’LL DO

Conduct skill and behavior assessments (VB-MAPP, Vineland, EFL, AFLS BRIEF)
Develop and oversee delivery of comprehensive treatment plans
Conduct parent coaching


WHAT YOU’LL LOVE

Initial supervisor training that is tailored just for you
Ongoing, frequent, 1:1 mentorship from your Clinical Director
Supervising RBTs who have received live, in-house training
Centralized administrative teams that let you do what you do best
Ongoing collaboration with internal SLPs and OTs
Career advancement opportunities in a growing company
Access to a collaborative and support Team (New Friends Yay)


ALL ABOUT THE BENNIES

Competitive annual salary
Bonus opportunities based on QUALITY scores
CE allowance & Free CEUs offered in house
401k w/5% (WHOA!) match
Vacation + paid holidays


Want to get a glimpse of working at MeBe? Check out our social media!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mebefamily/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mebefamily/
LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/mebefamily/
Link: mebefamily.com
ABA Behavior Technician
MeBe Arizona
Join us and help create an environment where you can grow your skill set while providing exceptional services!

Make a difference in the world!

MeBe is hiring energetic people who love working with kids to join our team of Registered Behavior Technicians! Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) provide one-to-one Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in home, clinic, and community settings. RBTs are responsible for implementing Behavior Intervention Plans and skill acquisition goals designed and supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). MeBe provides a comprehensive training program that meets the BACB requirements to become a Registered Behavior Technician.

Benefits:

Competitive hourly compensation; $15.00 to $21.00 and hour depending upon experience.
Paid training that meets eligibility to become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) through the Behavior Analysis Certification Board
Paid drive time and mileage
Collaborative and fun work culture
Support for a work/life balance

Responsibilities and Duties of RBTs:

Implement individualized treatment programs designed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs)
Teach and promote language, behavioral, social, and daily living skills in a fun, play setting to increase motivation and positive performance
Record objective daily data to reflect client progress toward goals
Maintain effective communication with team members and supervisors

Qualifications and Skills:

Experience working with kids
High School Diploma (Required)
Coursework in psychology, child development, or social work is a plus
Valid driver's license and reliable transportation
Availability to work a minimum of 15 hours per week 2:00-7:40 PM Monday-Friday
Must be able to lift 35 pounds and get up and down off the floor quickly


Link: mebefamily.com
Behavior Therapist
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC)
We are looking for passionate people to join our team of Behavior Therapists! SARRC Behavior Therapists are an integral part of our team and provide ABA therapy to children, teens, or adults with autism in the classroom or natural environment, which includes home, school, work, and other community locations. In addition to a $1,000 hiring bonus, we offer a great culture and benefits. Learn more about this position and how you can make difference in our clients' lives!

What You’ll Do:
Provides applied behavior analysis (ABA) interventions to clients in classroom or natural environment, which includes home, school, work and other community locations
Use ABA therapy to create lasting change for our clients and families
Receive extensive, supportive training in Behavior Analysis
Data collection, analysis and preparation for presentation to teams and at conferences
Coordinate with other program staff to ensure program consistency
Provides feedback to parents and guardians regarding daily activities of client, or provide feedback to parents and employers if working with adults
Link: https://www.autismcenter.org/career-opportunities
CLINICAL SUPERVISOR (BCBA)
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC)
You will provide clinical supervision and program management for Behavior Therapists, individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This position requires the BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) certification and license. Intervention may be delivered in any of the following formats: a) 1:1 delivered in a home and/or community setting; b) parent training in interventions; c) intervention delivered in a classroom or employment context. Intervention and training should be consistent with the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).

What You'll Do:
Provides clinical supervision and program management for interventionists. May also provide parent training using applied behavior analysis (ABA) interventions, including Pivotal Response Treatment and Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
Provides supervision, leadership and management for Behavior Therapists s and interns
Conducts individual staff training on ABA teaching methods as needed
Coordinates with funding agencies and relevant staff to manage programs
Attends clinical supervision meetings, 1:1 meetings, all staff meetings and all other related meetings
Provides group, 1:1 and in-vivo supervision to Behavior Therapists
Provides BCBA supervision to Clinicians enrolled in accumulating supervision hours to sit for the BCBA exam
Coordinate with other program staff to ensure program consistency.

Minimum Education: MA degree in psychology, education, special education, sociology or related field.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential required
Able to manage staff, work with families, provide parent training, and/or teach groups of parents/families and supervise programs.
Able to collect data for purposes of program evaluation and program management.
Able to write treatment goals (both individual and group goals) and develop effective programs for teens and adults with autism spectrum disorders.
Link: https://www.autismcenter.org/career-opportunities
BCBA
BiermanABA
Fun and Challenging Responsibilities:

As a Behavior Analyst (BCBA), individuals will be responsible for directing center-based ABA programs for children with autism while working collaboratively with a team of other experienced BCBAs. Responsibilities include overseeing a talented team, providing training to team members and families, conducting assessments, creating behavior support plans, and monitoring the progress of each child.


About Bierman ABA:
Our goal is to fuse science and learning to accelerate progress and transform lives. We were established in 2006 with a simple focus on providing excellent therapy for children with autism and building a unique and fun environment for team members and children to thrive. We live by the culture we’ve created and our core values: to create a fun and stimulating learning environment, empower individuals and treat them with kindness, integrity, and respect, never sit still, achieve, and continuously raise the bar, team above the individual, build a sustainable organization that leaves a meaningful impact on lives, and adhere to our core principles without compromise.


Pay is competitive and based on candidate qualifications and experience. Full-time employees will be offered our comprehensive benefits including Paid Time Off, 401k, insurance (health, dental, and vision), and the option of Short and Long-Term disability insurance.


Requirements
Master's degree with a current BCBA certification with demonstrated skills and experience in setting up and directing programs for children with autism.
Qualified candidates will enjoy working with children, demonstrate excellent communication skills, be well organized, flexible, patient, and dependable. They will be highly motivated, naturally take initiative, be willing to learn, remain curious, and look to make a larger, positive impact.
Must be able to lift, transport, and chase clients (minimum of 30lbs. as needed).
Link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/eb4caf55-99a8-4554-8495-3334c79520a8/Bierman-ABA-Inc
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - North Phoenix
Hopebridge
https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/595309/Hopebridge-LLC/Board-Certified-Behavior-Analyst-BCBA---North-Phoenix


Link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Apply/595309/Hopebridge-LLC/Board-Certified-Behavior-Analyst-BCBA---North-Phoenix
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Tucson
Hopebridge
https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/588312/Hopebridge-LLC/Board-Certified-Behavior-Analyst-BCBA---Tucson-North
Link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Apply/588312/Hopebridge-LLC/Board-Certified-Behavior-Analyst-BCBA---Tucson-North
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Yuma
Hopebridge
https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/536402/Hopebridge-LLC/Board-Certified-Behavior-Analyst-BCBA---Yuma-AZ
Link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Apply/536402/Hopebridge-LLC/Board-Certified-Behavior-Analyst-BCBA---Yuma-AZ
BCBAs and RBTs
Arizona Autism United (AZA United)
AZA United is a local nonprofit that has been serving the valley for 15 years. We provide a range of interdisciplinary services including ABA, speech therapy, counseling, and diagnostic evaluations. We have a few open positions for BCBAs and RBTs to work in-home valleywide or at our beautiful and lively East Valley Center in Mesa. We are also hiring Clinical Parent Trainers for our behavioral health services program. Check out our job opportunities at the link below. Hope to meet you soon!
Link: https://azaunited.org/jobs-careers/all-job-openings
BCBA (Flagstaff)
Kaibab Behavioral Services
Looking to make a positive impact while pursuing your passions and living in or near Beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona?

Kaibab Behavioral Services is a premiere provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for children and adults of varying abilities. Our goal is to help those we serve, and our employees who serve them, live lives of meaning, satisfaction, and quality.

We are hiring a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, licensed in Arizona.

Up to $72,800 annually
Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental, PTO
$2,000 signing bonus

Job Responsibilities
Clinical - Maintain a small caseload of focused and comprehensive clients to:
Ensure you are aware of, and can help problem-solve, challenges faced by clinicians you supervise
Help out occasionally when clinicians are at capacity and we have not yet hired/trained new clinicians
Supervision - Provide supervision and feedback to clinicians to:
Ensure quality services provided in an ethical manner
Help them obtain the fieldwork experience/supervision required by the BACB
Collaboration - Work closely with company owners and other employees to:
Ensure clinicians have the knowledge and resources needed to provide high quality services
Ensure clients/caregivers have the awareness and confidence in the services we provide
Continuously improve services, work-flows, efficiencies, and job satisfaction
Contribute to the company climate, culture, and future directions
Minimum Qualifications
BCBA licensed in Arizona
1 year of experience implementing behavior reduction plans
Willingness and ability to occasionally travel in northern Arizona to client homes, schools, communities

Link: https://kaibabaz.com/
Behavior Technician/Registered Behavior Technicians
HOPE Group Clinical
HOPE Group is an organization committed to helping children reach their potential. HOPE Group has been providing applied behavioral analysis services in Arizona for over 20 years and is seeking Behavior Technicians across the greater Phoenix area!

Our organization provides children with developmental & behavioral health services, including the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.

We are looking for committed Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians in the greater Phoenix area and Valley wide! We have clients all over!

Behavior Technician Position

Main responsibilities include:

Implementing treatment plan as prescribed by the licensed supervisor.
Updating the supervisor on behavior changes which affect treatment decisions.
Complying with billing deadlines via the online billing system.
Receiving 5-10% clinical supervision every 2 weeks.
Our Requirements…

Energetic, patient and dedicated with a passion to help others
Some previous work experience working with children; preferably with children with special needs
Move LOVE working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Must be able to work Monday – Friday afternoons and evenings (some Saturday options available)
Must be willing to work in an in-home setting with the same client(s) each week
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) experience is awesome!
Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
Must have reliable transportation and be able to get to and from the client's home in the community
Comfortable with using a tablet provided by the company
Must possess a High School Diploma or GED
Must be willing to work part-time during the evening.
Link: https://hopegroupaz.com/
Board Certified Behavior Analysts
HOPE Group Clinical
As a HOPE Group BCBA, you’ll be responsible for:

Overseeing assessments, treatment plan development, and ongoing program data analysis to ensure maximum client progress
Developing trainings and collaborating with other BCBAs and clinicians
Remaining current on new research and developments in behavior analysis
Train and supervise additional team members as needed or directed, including Behavior Analysts, BCaBA’s, Supervisees, and Registered Behavior Technicians
Participate in organizational development activities as directed, including strategic planning, marketing, program development, and staff development
Participate with community outreach efforts and collaborations
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Extensive knowledge of and experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Be willing to treating clients with various diagnosis apart from ASD such as ADHD, ODD, etc.
Proficient at listening to and interpreting needs of child & family
Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
Enthusiasm and positive attitude towards all people; solid team player who is open to new ideas
Ability to multi-task, independently plan, and organize own activities
Ability to effectively supervise others
Qualifications:

Must have a Master’s Degree
Must be a Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Approved Supervisor by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
Experience with Central Reach is highly preferred
New Grads Welcome to Apply
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $60,000.00 - $88,000.00 per year

Benefits:

401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Flexible schedule
Health insurance
Health savings account
Life insurance
Paid time off
Parental leave
Professional development assistance
Vision insurance
Schedule:

Monday to Friday
Weekend availability
Supplemental Pay:

Bonus pay
Signing bonus

Experience:
ABA: 2 years (Required)
License:
Behavior Analyst (Required)
**$3,000 sign-on bonus! **
Full Time Benefits
Link: https://hopegroupaz.com/
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Positive Behavior Supports Corporation
Full Job Description
PBS® – The Leading ABA Services Provider has a position available for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA / BCaBA). Join Our Amazing Team Today!

Our Organization:
PBS® Corp. is the premier provider in delivering in-home ABA services. You will have the opportunity to work directly with families in real world settings, and develop behavior programs that focus on improving quality of life. At PBS Corp., you have a great team of leaders, peers, and direct support staff to keep you focused on clients. You will have opportunities for professional growth, and you are supported and encouraged in reaching your goals.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA / BCaBA) Job Description:
As a Behavior Analyst (BCBA / BCaBA) you will provide family-centered ABA services to clients. Your primary responsibilities will be conducting assessments, writing and implementing behavior plans, data collection, and training / supervising behavior technicians.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA / BCaBA) Tier System:
As the leader in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services, we have created a dynamic Salary Tier system. You tell us your availability, and we work with you to decide on which salary Tier works best based on how many client you want to have on your caseload. And, as a BONUS, you are eligible to earn Incentive Compensation pay (2.5% of your salary, up to 4 times per year!) for meeting your goals!


Link: www.teampbs.com
Lead Behavior Therapist
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC)
Under clinical supervision, provides direct treatment services for clients while also providing clinical administrative support to monitor and evaluate client progress by performing the following duties personally. Responsible for ensuring that all critical tasks are fulfilled on a timely and high-quality basis.

Now offering a $1,000.00 signing bonus*

What You'll Do:
Maintains consistent alignment with SARRC mission of advancing research and providing a lifetime of support for individuals with autism while putting our clients and their family members first on a day-in and day-out basis.
Maintains primary focus upon work duties and results as well as client services needs with secondary focus on administrative tasks, while maintaining minimal distraction on achieving position goals by non-work-related responsibility and non-client service activities.
Complies fully with all medical records and information privacy regulations, local, state and federal.
Provides highly effective and best practice treatment for child clients on face-to-face bases.
Performs all work duties with a focus upon client needs and client family needs with the objective of life skills and life quality improvement on measurable bases.
Complies with and follows designed treatment plans while also ensuring that other Behavior Therapists do the same.
Coordinates fully with other internal clinical professionals and external contacts in the best interests of clients and their family members while recommending treatment plan improvements as necessary based upon client progress and treatment responses.
Properly documents all work activities, session notes and treatment service results on a fully accurate and timely basis while ensuring that all client documentation may be properly utilized for additional treatment purposes.
Participates in and contributes to effective and therapeutic individual and group supervision
Link: https://www.autismcenter.org/career-opportunities
BCBA - Clinic Supervisor
S.E.E.K. Arizona
The Early Intervention Clinic Supervisor is responsible for assigned early learner treatment programs within our Outpatient Clinic. This BCBA utilizes behavior analytic assessments to identify and create needed programming to reduce challenging behavior and teach developmentally appropriate milestones. The Clinic Supervisor is passionate about and responsible for the training and supervision of our direct care technicians, including those credentialed as RBTs. This position requires a flexible team member who can work competently with an integrated team of professionals from other theoretic backgrounds.

Essential Job Duties
1. Service provision: evaluating clients using formalized assessment process, creation of as ISP for each learner, monitoring client progress and adjusting supports as indicated, training parents in treatment strategies, maintaining an assigned caseload of approximately 120 assigned technician hours, monitoring client utilization of recommended treatment dosage, and completion of case supervision.
2. Staff Management: support technician scheduling, monitor billing, assist in mentorship training for new hire technicians, and support staff to meet performance expectations.
3. Staff Development and Training: manage and facilitate RBT supervision for assigned technicians, completion of documentation and fidelity tools as indicated.
4. Administrative Compliance: completion of all funders required documentation by expected timelines as outlined in future trainings.
5. Professional Development: maintain ongoing certification and licensure standards, completion and maintenance of crisis prevention training, and continued compliance with federal and state regulations for service providers.

Link: https://seekarizona.org/career/
Scheduling and Administrative Coordinator
Ally Pediatric Therapy
Position Mission:

To create an efficient schedule that fulfills recommended client treatment hours while providing exceptional customer service and supporting the Clinical Director and managing administrative tasks.

This position plays an integral role in ensuring our clients receive services. The Scheduling Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and updating all ongoing client treatment schedules. This role involves scheduling in a manner that takes into consideration location, hours, and appropriate client-to-staff matches.

This role is best suited for someone that works well under pressure and with tight deadlines.

Position Responsibilities:

Client & Staff Scheduling:

Develop and maintain the client/staff master schedule to maximize utilization, while enabling continuity and quality of care
React and respond to last-minute scheduling changes, such as staff or client absences and time off
Ensure staff are converting session notes in a timely manner
Work with vendors to ensure the clinic is clean, safe, and presentable
Manage and monitor clinic supplies inventory and replenishment schedule
Support and enable the success of the Clinical Director in their role as leader of the clinic
Clinic Management:

Work with vendors to ensure the clinic is clean, safe, and presentable
Manage and monitor clinic supplies inventory and replenishment schedule
Support and enable the success of the Clinical Director in their role as leader of the clinic.

Clinic Management:

Work with vendors to ensure clinic is clean, safe, and presentable
Manage and monitor clinic supplies inventory and replenishment schedule
Support and enable the success of the Clinical Director in their role as leader of the clinic
Client & Staff Experience:

Build relationships with staff and clients to create a positive experience
Assist with new hire onboarding activities.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/1CC9A6C943/
BCBA
Ally Pediatric Therapy
Individuals who are 2-3 months away from sitting for their exam are encouraged to apply!

As a BCBA you will plan, develop and monitor treatment and consultative services to develop and facilitate active, natural learning using evidence-based treatment methods. You will collaborate with team members, services providers, families, and other agencies as appropriate and provides ongoing training and direct supervision to RBTs. Your work will directly change the lives of children with autism and their families.

Position Responsibilities:

Conducts ABA program management for children with autism spectrum disorders
Provides direct client services, including initial assessments
Supervises RBTs and conducts training and coaching
Collaborate with client’s treatment team and families to improve communicative, social, and behavioral outcomes for all clients, including Behavior Technicians, Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists
Facilitate parent training and support families to access community resources
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge and proficiency with a range of clinical approaches to care
use professional knowledge and independent judgment to strategize continuous improvements.
Strong assessment skills and treatment planning expertise
Good analytical/critical thinking skills with the ability to record, track, and analyze therapy progress
Must have strong positive communication and interpersonal skills – works well with parents, children, and other professionals
Client focus and strong ability to function as a team member

Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/5DA6D3373C/
BCBA
The BISTÅ Center
Join our fantastic team! We provide individualized and compassionate ABA services, host a strong clinical team with professional development opportunities, and a fun, energetic culture.

Check out our indeed post for more information!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/board-certified-behavior-analyst-bistå-d17e6145f57f2020
BTs and RBTs
The BISTÅ Center
Join our fantastic team! We provide individualized and compassionate ABA services, host a strong clinical team with professional development opportunities, and a fun, energetic culture.

Check out our indeed post for more information!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/registered-behavior-technician-rbt-86629d44aec104a7
BCBA
HOPE Group Clinical
BCBAs at HOPE Group Clinical are charged with changing the world, one person at a time. Changing the lives of the unsheltered population, those with developmental disabilities, behavioral disorders, and so many more. Reach out to Tisha Denton, Executive Clinical director for details!
Link: www.hopegroupaz.com
BCBA Clinical Supervisor - Home Based
Arion Care Solutions
SEE FULL DESCRIPTION ON OUR JOB SITE FOR QUALIFICATIONS AND BENEFITS

$66, 000+, based on experience
$5,000 Ready, Start, Go! Bonus
$2,000 Sign on bonus

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Assist ISP teams and family members in managing challenging behaviors through a thorough understanding of the purpose and function of a behavior.
Develop positive behavioral supports derived from behavioral assessment
Conduct a functional analysis of a challenging behavior.
Develop with the ISP team and family members a positive behavioral supports plan (Treatment Program).
Model the implementation of the plan for family members and/or direct service staff, including the teaching of alternative or replacement behavior.
Train family members and/or direct service staff in the plan and monitor their usage of the plan
Review and graph data related to treatment program goal progress, weekly.
Review data with the ISP team members and other interested parties as to the success of the plan.
Provide follow-up consultation to ensure proper implementation of the designated teaching strategies; revise the plan as needed.
Supervise ECH, RBT, ECB Assistant Supervisor, ECM Supervisor and parent implementation of the Treatment Program to ensure treatment integrity and fidelity, as applicable.
Collaborate with ECH, RBT, ECB Assistant Supervisor, ECM Supervisor, Service Providers, Medical Doctors and Parents to ensure coordination of services and implementation of treatment plan.
Services must be provided one-on-one in the home or community based on goals.
Maintain a consistent schedule with family; demonstrating reliability and predictability.
Engage in parent training
Complete timely reports including: Concurrent Reports and/or Quarterly Reports, Discharge Reports, Extension Requests etc.
Complete and accurate Session Notes
Complete timecards with accuracy
Complete Live Clinical Reviews/Medical Necessity Reviews with funding source(s)
Salary employees meet or exceed minimum of 23 billable hours/week
Link: https://arioncaresolutions.mitcawm.com/jobs/
RBT- Valley WIde
Arion Care Solutions
Open Positions: Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Cave Creek: Home-Based
Gilbert: Home-Based
Glendale: Home-Based
Goodyear: Home-Based
Peoria: Home-Based
Phoenix: Home-Based
Scottsdale: Home-Based
Temple: Home-Based

Arion Care Benefits
$21.00 an hour
Work/life balance focus
Local placement with clients
Clinical support and mentoring
Multiple university partnerships offering reduced tuition for clinicians and family members

Minimum Qualifications
RBT Certification
State of Arizona Prevention and Support Training
State of Arizona Article 9 Training
First Aid/CPR Certification
ABA Ethical Guidelines
Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis
Five (5) months experience in providing ABA and HAH services

Essential RBT Roles
Complete annual CEU’s: Attend 1 Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) course through Arion Care Solutions, LLC each year.
Assist in acquiring, retaining, and improving the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills
Implement programs with the consumer in independent living skills or special developmental skills, orientation and mobility training, sensorimotor development, and behavioral manage
Implement treatment program goals, daily as intended through the designated teaching strategies.
Take data and graph progress on each treatment program goal, daily.
Complete session notes upon completion of session with client.
Collaborate with BCBA and Parents to ensure treatment integrity and effective implementation of treatment plan.
Demonstrating reliability and predictability.
Link: https://arioncare.com/aba-careers/
BCBA Supervisor- East Valley
Arion Care Solutions
Join Arion’s ABA Team as our new home-based BCBA Clinical Supervisor!!

Manage your own schedule • Low billables • Full or Part-Time • Sign-on bonus

Arion’s BCBA Supervisor will provide services in direct as well as supervisory capacities for individuals in need of medically necessary treatment. The BCBA Supervisor will provide ongoing coaching for treatment program implementation to parents/caregivers, RBTs and habilitation providers. The BCBA Supervisor will be part of a collaborative team consisting of parents and/or caregivers and clinical team members. The BCBA Supervisor will provide direct support to members and /or their families, in various settings in compliance with all regulations and policies related to Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) and other regulatory agencies.

Ready to start? Join Arion in 30 days for our $5,000 Ready, Set, Go! Bonus.

Ready, Set, Go! Bonus • Sign on bonus • Competitive salary • Medical benefits • 401K • AzABA annual membership • Access to internal SIGs for professional development • Ethical practice • Work/life balance focus (low billable hours) • Annual Continuing Education (CEU) benefits • Wide range of assessments & treatment planning tools • Clinical support and mentoring • Licensure fee reimbursement.

Minimum Qualifications

State of AZ Prevention and Support Training • State of AZ Article 9 Training • ABA Ethical Guidelines, Specialized Habilitation Policies and Procedures Training • A License to practice Psychology or Behavior Analysis in the state of Arizona • Certification as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst • 1+ year experience in direct and supervisory ABA program implementation • AzAHP Initial and Annual Core Training Plan
Link: https://arioncare.com/aba-careers/
Family Resource Specialist
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC)
Now offering a $1,000.00 Signing Bonus*
Help SARRC support the lives of individuals with autism and their families! This position plays a critical role by managing calls and inquiries from family members and individuals with autism through empathy, kindness and care. Duties include gathering information from families around need and providing information about services and supports at SARRC or appropriate referrals. Additionally, the specialist is responsible for enrolling, scheduling, creating physical and electronic client records, and eliciting consumer feedback on experience and satisfaction. Works collaboratively with clinical programs to obtain and communicate necessary information at enrollment and ensure a smooth transition from client enrollment to service provision. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

What You'll Do:
Take and manage incoming calls, inquiries and referrals from families or individuals with autism.
Provide empathetic support and caring communication to families and clients.
Complete client enrollment processes and procedures including; client records and files, scheduling, and eliciting consumer satisfaction, and when applicable initial insurance authorizations for assessment.
Use Salesforce for scheduling and database management.
Other projects as assigned
Who You Are:
Bilingual English/Spanish a plus!
High School Diploma/GED
One year of previous administrative experience within a setting that serves individuals with Autism and/or developmental disabilities
Case management, medical records or health care experience preferred
Scheduling and database software experience preferred (Salesforce)
Ability to work with little or no supervision.
Works well with individuals of diverse backgrounds.
Deadline driven, working well under pressure
Strong at multi-tasking and shifting between various tasks and projects.
Ability to stay focused in a fast-paced and high-traffic environment.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Link: https://www.autismcenter.org/career-opportunities
BCBA
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC)
You will provide clinical supervision and program management for Behavior Therapists, individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This position requires the BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) certification and license. Intervention may be delivered in any of the following formats: a) 1:1 delivered in a home and/or community setting; b) parent training in interventions; c) intervention delivered in a classroom or employment context. Intervention and training should be consistent with the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).

What You'll Do:
Provides clinical supervision and program management for interventionists. May also provide parent training using applied behavior analysis (ABA) interventions, including Pivotal Response Treatment and Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
Provides supervision, leadership and management for Behavior Therapists and interns
Conducts individual staff training on ABA teaching methods as needed
Coordinates with funding agencies and relevant staff to manage programs
Attends clinical supervision meetings, 1:1 meetings, all staff meetings and all other related meetings
Provides group, 1:1 and in-vivo supervision to Behavior Therapists
Provides BCBA supervision to Clinicians enrolled in accumulating supervision hours to sit for the BCBA exam
Coordinate with other program staff to ensure program consistency.
Who You Are:
Minimum Education: MA degree in psychology, education, special education, sociology or related field.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential required
Able to manage staff, work with families, provide parent training, and/or teach groups of parents/families and supervise programs.
Able to collect data for purposes of program evaluation and program management.
Able to write treatment goals (both individual and group goals) and develop effective programs for teens and adults with autism spectrum disorders.
Link: https://www.autismcenter.org/career-opportunities
Behavior Technician
Ally Pediatric Therapy
Our mission is to be an ally in the growth of the children and families we serve. To do so, we utilize a unique approach of integrating the principles of applied behavior analysis and speech-language pathology expertise.

This isn't just a job to us...we go home each day knowing we made a difference and think about how we can build on that tomorrow.

As a Behavior Technician, you will provide behavior therapy to support and encourage growth and skill development, assisting in the delivery of behavioral and treatment goals. Simply put, your work will directly change the lives of children with autism.

Work one-on-one with children to provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy with the support and direction of a BCBA
Assist with data collection and clinical reporting of child learning progress
Collaborate with the treatment team, including other Behavior Technicians, BCBA's, Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists
Participate in ongoing training in order to further develop skills and working knowledge

Requirements:
Prior ABA work experience with children strongly preferred
Must be creative, energetic, playful, and have a natural ability in interacting with children
Good analytical/critical thinking skills with the ability to record and track therapy progress
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build and maintain relationships
High school diploma (relevant college course work in behavioral health field preferred)
Registered Behavior Technician certification or willingness to obtain certification upon hire
Ability to maintain fingerprint clearance card, CPR & First Aid certification
Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/DA4DC7A00B/
ABA Training Coordinator
Ally Pediatric Therapy
Position Mission

To prepare and deliver high-quality training that enables staff to succeed in their roles at Ally.

Key Performance Indicator

30-day post training survey, new hire rates “training adequately prepared me/set me up for success” as 8 out of 10.

Key Responsibilities

Meets and maintains fidelity of new hire training content and delivery.
Communicates with new hires in a timely and professional manner regarding IT equipment and the training schedule.
New hire milestones are met on time.
1. ReThink videos are completed within 30 days.
2. BACB RBT competency passed (administered by BCBA).
3. By 60th day, staff has applied for the RBT exam.
4. By 90th day, staff has completed the process and is a Registered Behavior Technician.
Topic-specific training is conducted on the scheduled days and feedback is provided to trainees as needed.
Ensures new hires complete all components of the assigned training.
Inform Training and Development Manager of any outdated or inaccurate training material or content.
Assist in the development and modification of existing training tools and presentations.
Complete report card/scorecard for all new hires and provide relevant feedback to the supervisor during the transition from training to clinic.
In conjunction with BCBA, provide ongoing and supplemental training to technicians as requested and needed.
Create a positive, enthusiastic learning environment where staff is engaged and excited about being an Ally.

Requirements:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Excellent communicator with a captivating presence.
Ability to adapt and respond to different personalities and learning styles.
Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively.
Knowledgeable and able to present complex subjects in a relatable way.
Education and Experience

Experience with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, & Outlook.
2+ years experience in ABA, training, or equivalent relevant experience.
RBT (Registered Behavior Tech)
Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/300C0D0E0D/
ABA Training Coordinator
Ally Pediatric Therapy
Position Mission To prepare and deliver high-quality training that enables staff to succeed in their roles at Ally. Key Performance Indicator 30-day post training survey, new hire rates “training adequately prepared me/set me up for success” as 8 out of 10. Key Responsibilities Meets and maintains fidelity of new hire training content and delivery. Communicates with new hires in a timely and professional manner regarding IT equipment and the training schedule. New hire milestones are met on time. 1. ReThink videos are completed within 30 days. 2. BACB RBT competency passed (administered by BCBA). 3. By 60th day, staff has applied for the RBT exam. 4. By 90th day, staff has completed the process and is a Registered Behavior Technician. Topic-specific training is conducted on the scheduled days and feedback is provided to trainees as needed. Ensures new hires complete all components of the assigned training. Inform Training and Development Manager of any outdated or inaccurate training material or content. Assist in the development and modification of existing training tools and presentations. Complete report card/scorecard for all new hires and provide relevant feedback to the supervisor during the transition from training to clinic. In conjunction with BCBA, provide ongoing and supplemental training to technicians as requested and needed. Create a positive, enthusiastic learning environment where staff is engaged and excited about being an Ally. Requirements: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Excellent communicator with a captivating presence. Ability to adapt and respond to different personalities and learning styles. Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively. Knowledgeable and able to present complex subjects in a relatable way. Education and Experience Experience with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, & Outlook. 2+ years experience in ABA, training, or equivalent relevant experience. RBT (Registered Behavior Tech)
Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/761510F860/
ABA Training Coordinator
Ally Pediatric Therapy
Position Mission To prepare and deliver high-quality training that enables staff to succeed in their roles at Ally. Key Performance Indicator 30-day post training survey, new hire rates “training adequately prepared me/set me up for success” as 8 out of 10. Key Responsibilities Meets and maintains fidelity of new hire training content and delivery. Communicates with new hires in a timely and professional manner regarding IT equipment and the training schedule. New hire milestones are met on time. 1. ReThink videos are completed within 30 days. 2. BACB RBT competency passed (administered by BCBA). 3. By 60th day, staff has applied for the RBT exam. 4. By 90th day, staff has completed the process and is a Registered Behavior Technician. Topic-specific training is conducted on the scheduled days and feedback is provided to trainees as needed. Ensures new hires complete all components of the assigned training. Inform Training and Development Manager of any outdated or inaccurate training material or content. Assist in the development and modification of existing training tools and presentations. Complete report card/scorecard for all new hires and provide relevant feedback to the supervisor during the transition from training to clinic. In conjunction with BCBA, provide ongoing and supplemental training to technicians as requested and needed. Create a positive, enthusiastic learning environment where staff is engaged and excited about being an Ally. Requirements: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Excellent communicator with a captivating presence. Ability to adapt and respond to different personalities and learning styles. Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively. Knowledgeable and able to present complex subjects in a relatable way. Education and Experience Experience with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, & Outlook. 2+ years experience in ABA, training, or equivalent relevant experience. RBT (Registered Behavior Tech)

Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/473E389DF6/
Authorization Coordinator
Ally Pediatric Therapy
As an Authorization Coordinator, you will work closely with insurance and Ally’s intake and clinical teams to ensure we have accurate eligibility, benefits, and authorizations needed to provide therapy to our patients. Simply put, your work will enable access to services that will directly change the lives of children with autism.

Position Responsibilities:

Conducts eligibility and benefit checks on all prospective clients
Provides eligibility, benefit, and expected cost summary to prospective families and answers any parent questions regarding the cost of services at Ally
Conducts recurring eligibility scrub to avoid denials for benefit lapses, and completes outreach to family and providers for any clients with lapsed coverage
Submits authorizations to payors, follows up to ensure authorizations are received timely and as requested, and inputs authorizations into Electronic Health Records (CentralReach)
Identifies trends in payor requirements, questions, and denials and educates team to improve ongoing workflows
Completes new provider credentialing and maintains demographic updates for already credentialed providers in payor databases
Maintains provider credentialing tracker and ensures CentralReach claims settings are up to date for providers
Supports other revenue cycle projects, as directed
Report preparation for management on a weekly and monthly basis, as directed

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in business/healthcare administration, finance, or information systems, preferred
CRCR (Certified Revenue Cycle Representative) certified, or willing to obtain within 90 days
3+ years experience in a medical or behavioral health group practice with an emphasis on back-office functions, preferred
Link: https://apply.workable.com/ally-pediatric/j/5D685807C4/
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