BCBA Board Certified Behaviour Analyst
Hébert Intervention & Learning Services
Moncton, NB

Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of children, youth, young adults and their support systems?

Are you interested in being part of a dynamic team where both personal and professional growth is both encouraged and supported?

Are you interested in being a leading provider of best-practice based treatment services?

Are you a BCBA looking to join a team of dedicated professionals?

Hébert Intervention and Learning Services (HILS) is seeking a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) to join our fast growing ABA program. HILS provides a range of applied behavior analytic (ABA) assessment and clinical services for individuals with behavioral and/or developmental disabilities and their support systems. We are centrally located in Moncton, New Brunswick and provide services throughout the Maritime Provinces.

The ideal candidate is looking for opportunity to be part of an ever-growing organization and is willing to travel within the Maritimes.

The BCBA must ensure that all treatment and behavior plans are based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. The BCBA will provide direct clinical therapy in clinic, school and home settings. The BCBA will lead/attend meetings and conduct on-going staff trainings as it relates to the ABA program. The BCBA consults and teaches direct service providers, Registered Behaviour Technicians, education personnel and care givers regarding proactive, educational, programming, and behavioral support; develops and implements comprehensive treatment plans and collaborates with HILS team to better clinical outcomes for the families we serve.

Responsibilities

  • Establish and maintain positive therapeutic relationships by pairing self as a reinforcing entity with the team members, children, families.
  • Design treatment plans that address skill acquisition needs of the client which include verbal behavior, functional life-skills, pre-academic and academic skills, play skills, and social skills.
  • Design behavior plans to address maladaptive/interfering behaviors and teach socially significant replacement behaviors.
  • Implement a variety of data collection procedures, data analysis, and graphing of data.
  • Monitor the progress of the treatment and behavior plans.
  • Train, mentor, supervise and evaluate support clinicians and direct interventionists.
  • Provide direct service with clients.
  • Communicate client progress with family members and other stakeholders.
  • Provide training to the client’s family and/or outside intervention team which includes basic knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis principles, theories, and models of practice.
  • Collaborate with the family and treatment team members to ensure strategies being implemented are effective and consistent.
  • Collaborate with other services providers to ensure consistency with programming.
  • Provide positive and constructive feedback to staff regarding clinical and professional skills on a regular basis.
  • Maintaining case records

Benefits

  • The ability to improve the lives of children, youth and their families
  • A team environment with opportunities for professional collaboration and development
  • Agency paid trainings/CEU support
  • Company vehicle available for travel
  • Competitive salary
  • Benefits package to include: Health/dental insurance
  • Generous vacation time
  • Retirement Plan

To Apply

  • Send cover letter and resume

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

  • ABA: 1 year (Preferred)