Open Positions


Clinical Supervisor

This position requires specific education and work experience requirements.  The Clinical Supervisor will have education and work experience that meets or exceeds Board Certification with BCBA status and a certifying number conferred by the BACB. While remaining in good standing with the BACB and continuing to meet continuing education requirements in the field of applied behavior analysis, a Clinical Supervisor will maintain a valid driver’s license with evidence of auto insurance. The Clinical Supervisor will have the primary responsibilities of:

o   Coordinating with the Director of Operations to acquire Regional Center contracts

o   Working with a myriad of funding sources since ABA Services may be funded through additional Regional Centers

o   Coordinating in tandem with the Director of Operations with the sourcing, screening and hiring of behavioral staff.

o   Collaborating with the leadership team to evaluate and employee performance and quality assurance.

o   Pairing behavioral staff with clients to best suit the program supervision needs for service delivery.

o   Providing in-field staff training and education

o   Attending weekly meetings with clients and reviewing cases to advance their progress.

o   Completing progress reports for their assigned caseload and submitting the same in a timely manner

o   Attending annual ABA-related conferences in order to remain current with research and issues related to the field.

o   Reporting case information to the Clinical Director

o   Supervising the Behavioral Therapists

o   Serving clients and their families during the days and hours of Monday through Sunday with service hours ranging from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm 


Behavioral Therapist

This position requires specific, minimum education such as a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Education, Social Work or related human services field.  The Behavioral Therapists will have at least two years of fieldwork experience.  The Behavioral Therapist is responsible for:

o   Implementing the individualized, direct intervention for clients

o   Following the procedures that are in accordance with the policies of Nurture & Nature

o   Implementing behavior management procedures

o   Teaching new behaviors while modeling the same for families

o   Collecting data to inform the programming and client progress

o   Entering data into our system

o   Completing session notes

o   Reviewing cases with his or her direct supervisor

o   Attending clinical meetings with his or her assigned Clinical Supervisors

o   Obtaining up-to-date client contact information

o   Completing Parental Verification Forms for services provided


Adaptive Skills Supervisor

The Adaptive Skills Supervisor shall possess the following minimum requirements of: Master's Degree in one of the following: education, psychology, counseling, nursing, social work, applied behavior analysis, behavioral medicine, speech and language, or rehabilitation; and at least one year of experience in the design and implementation of adaptive skills training plans. Supervisors must possess three years of experience working with children; Persons with less than three years of experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on education, references, and experience.  The supervisor shall have primary responsibility for the following functions:

o   Reviewing assigned cases and performing all of the program development

o   Providing direct supervision and implementation for adaptive skills programs.

o   Car rides or car sharing are not permitted by supervisors due to safety and insurance issues unless mutually agreed upon in advance and determined as necessary programming with written approval by funding source. 

o   Following procedures that are in accordance with the program and company policy.

o   Obtaining up-to-date contact information from clients.

o   Completing graphing of data and data analysis.

o   Writing semi-annual reports in a prompt manner and submitting the same for review by the clinical directors.

o   Attending clinical meetings.

o   Attending weekly team meetings.

o   Attending trainings.


 Adaptive  Skills Tutor/  Supervisor

The Adaptive Skills Tutor shall possess the following minimum requirements of: Master's Degree in one of the following: education, psychology, counseling, nursing, social work, applied behavior analysis, behavioral medicine, speech and language, or rehabilitation; and have at least one year of experience in the design and implementation of adaptive skills training plans. The tutor should possess two years of experience working with children. Persons with less than two years of experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on education, references and experience.  Tutors shall have primary responsibility for the following functions:

o   Reviewing assigned cases and performing all program development with the supervisor or self-supervision while consulting with the Director of Adaptive Skills. 

o   Providing direct intervention to clients as per individual programs.

o   Ensuring that car rides by supervisors for tutors are not permitted by tutors due to safety and insurance issues. 

o   Following procedures which are in accordance with the program and company policy.

o   Obtaining up-to-date contact information from clients.

o   Entering data and writing monthly summaries.

o   Attending clinical meetings.

o   Attending trainings.


Social Skills Supervisor

The Social skills Supervisor shall possess the following minimum requirements of: Possess a Master's Degree in in one of the following: education, psychology, counseling, nursing, social work, applied behavior analysis, behavioral medicine, speech and language, or rehabilitation; and at least one year of experience in the design and implementation of social skills training plans. Also, Supervisors supervisors must possess three years of experience working with children.  ; Persons with less than three years of experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on education, references, and experience.  The supervisor Supervisor shall have primary responsibility for the following functions:

o   Reviewing assigned cases and performing all of the program development for these casesPEERS.

o   Implementing and Providing providing direct supervision and implementation for social skills programs.

o   Car rides or car sharing are not permitted by supervisors due to safety and insurance issues. unless mutually agreed upon in advance by all of the parties and determined as necessary programming with written approval by NLACRC. 

o   Following procedures that are in accordance with the each client’s program and company policy.

o   Obtaining up-to-date contact information from clients.

o   Completing graphing of data and data analysis.

o   Writing semi-annual reports in a prompt manner and submitting the same for review by the clinical Clinical directorsDirectors.

o   Attending clinical meetings.

o   Attending weekly team meetings.

o   Attending training sessions.


Social Skills Facilitator

The Social Skills Facilitator shall possess the following minimum requirements of: Possess a Bachelor's Degree in one of the following: education, psychology, counseling, nursing, social work, applied behavior analysis, behavioral medicine, theatre, speech and language communication, or rehabilitation. The facilitator should possess two years of experience working with children. Persons with less than two years of experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on education, references and experience.  Facilitators shall have primary responsibility for the following functions:

o   Reviewing assigned cases and performing all program development with the supervisor or self-supervision while consulting with the Director of Social Skills.

o   Providing direct intervention to clients as per individual programs.

o   Ensuring that car rides by supervisors for facilitators are not permitted by facilitators due to safety and insurance issues. 

o   Following procedures which are in accordance with the client’s program and company policy.

o   Obtaining up-to-date contact information from clients.

o   Entering data and writing monthly summaries.

o   Attending clinical meetings.

o   Attending training sessions.

 


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Self Evaluations

 

Nurture & Nature will adhere to all HIPAA, BACB and funding source guidelines for responsible conduct.  As part of Nurture & Nature’s mission to provide quality assurance, program supervisors will do random and scheduled field visits. Each employee will undergo performance evaluations regularly. This information will assist in assuring quality services on behalf of Nurture & Nature.