Cortica is looking for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst Clinical Supervisor join our growing team in Irvine, CA!
We are a rapidly growing healthcare company pioneering a unique, multispecialty approach to the treatment of pediatric neurodevelopmental differences. We serve a variety of patient populations including individuals with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, sensory processing disorder, articulation challenges, ADHD, anxiety, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, learning disorders, and more. Our care model, driven by insights and technologies from emerging neuroscience, brings together clinicians from a range of disciplines to design and deliver comprehensive care to children. Because the heart of Cortica's mission is direct patient care, the skill and compassion of our staff are crucial to achieving extraordinary experiences and outcomes for the families we serve.
We believe a great culture attracts great people. We also believe that great culture and great people working together can change the world. Our hopes and dreams are bold and ambitious. Our mission is to design and deliver life-changing care – one child, one family, one community at a time. Ultimately, we envision a world that cultivates the full potential of every child. At Cortica, every team member in every role is instrumental in bringing our mission and vision to life.
What will you do?
- Work with families to establish an environment supportive of treatment and education across all settings of care
- Identify behaviors that block the person from achieving his/her desired goals
- Develop programs that derive from the individual’s strengths
- Collaborate with families to provide effective training so they're setup for success at home
- Implement positive behavioral interventions focused on reinforcement principles
- Conduct functional behavior assessments in a variety of environments
- Use appropriate data methods when assessing behavior through direct observation (ABC, time sampling, event recording)
- Utilize direct assessment measurement tools current in the field of ABA such as VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R, and Vineland-3
- Work alongside an incredible team that's revolutionizing the standard of care for kids and families dealing with autism
- Collaborate more deeply than you ever have before, working closely with clinicians and therapists from a broad range of disciplines
What experience do you need?
- Identifying and writing behavioral goals and objectives based on the function of the behavior(s) targeted
- Making treatment recommendations according to assessment results and write a clinical assessment summary as required for treatment authorization, supervising the collection of progress data as it is recommended within the treatment plan
- Adjusting behavioral goals and objectives
- Documenting, summarizing and reporting on progress data at least monthly
- Creating and updating treatment and discharge plans on a routine basis
- Scheduling and guiding monthly treatment plan review meetings with all treatment team members
- Preparing and submitting monthly/quarterly treatment plan progress reports, according to billing requirements
- Providing initial and ongoing training to Behavior Specialist staff assigned to deliver ABA treatment effectively and consistently
- Participating in creating and maintaining a professional atmosphere and culture of learning
- Skills with data collection and graphing techniques
What credentials are required?
- Masters Degree
- Experience working with children diagnosed with Autism
- BCBA certification in California
What are some of the perks and benefits?
- Competitive salary
- Performance-based bonuses
- Bonuses for referring other employees
- Paid time for administrative work, drive time, and other non-client facing tasks.
- Progressive company sponsorship program for programs in continuing education.
- Company Health, Dental, and Vision (available on the 1st of the month following your hire date)
- Access to 401K retirement plan with company match
- Vacation and Paid Holidays
- Amazing company culture
- Highly collaborative, interdisciplinary clinical setting
Cortica is an equal opportunity employer. Cortica celebrates diversity and fosters an inclusive environment, seeking ideas and opinions from everyone on the team. We safeguard equal rights and respect for all individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, creed, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, veteran status or other applicable, legally protected characteristics. All Cortica employment decisions including but not limited to hiring are made based on an individual’s qualifications and ability to successfully execute the job responsibilities.