POSITION: Instructor/Data Analyst (Full-Time)

BACKGROUND: Instructors provide direct instruction to young learners with autism using the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA), as well as programming and curriculum design under BCBA oversight.

REQUIREMENTS: Instructors provide direct instruction to young learners with autism using the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA), as well as programming and curriculum design under BCBA oversight.

RESPONSIBILITIES: All Instructors are required to possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree. Candidates who are currently certified as BCaBA or RBT as recognized by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board®, and/or pursuing a credential of BCBA, BCaBA, or RBT as recognized by the BACB® are preferred, but not required for consideration. A driver’s license (or the ability to travel on a consistent basis to a location outside of SEARCH for transition programming and/or home visits) is also required.

  • Clinical Instruction
    • Provide in-session instruction to assigned learners
    • Demonstrate competence and knowledge in all implemented programs
    • Collect data on skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs using outlined measurement procedures
    • Undergo direct supervision weekly (at minimum)
  • Data Analysis
    • Create and maintain individualized student curricula
    • Maintain skill acquisition and behavior reduction programming
    • Write individualized skill acquisition programs (e.g., teaching procedures, response definitions)
    • Design instructional units, teaching procedures, data collection systems with BCBA oversight (including generating ideas for programming)
    • Report mastered and stagnant programs to Team Leader via written lists
    • Maintain assigned learner’s data notebook
    • Generate assigned learner’s progress report once per trimeste
  • Parent Involvement
    • Conduct in-session instruction during parent observations
    • Conduct parent training sessions at SEARCH (e.g., identify goals, teaching procedures, data collection systems)
    • Conduct home programming parent training sessions
    • Home visits will take place after 2:30 PM minimally two hours per month

Compensation Package

  • Salaried position (commensurate with experience)
  • Benefits and retirement packages available (including paid time off)
  • Crisis Management Training and CPR certification provided on a yearly basis
  • Hours
    • Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    • Supervision provided 3-5 hours per week by BCBA (on-site at all times), including to BCBA, BCaBA, and RBT candidates

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