|Job Title||Certified Behavior Analyst|
|Posted By||Helping Hand Center|
|Job Function||Behavior Analyst|
|Start Date||two weeks|
|Agency Contact Phone||Human Resources|
|Location||Location -> Illinois -> Chicago / Cook County|
|Type of Work||Type of Work -> Service Delivery / Social Work / Counseling|
|Job Type||Job Type -> Full-time|
Helping Hand Center, a non-profit agency that has provided quality services for children and adults with developmental disabilities for over 50 years, is seeking a passionate, self-starting, hard-working, creative Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to develop and facilitate programming for a caseload of adult clients. Applicants must be board certified or eligible for certification within 6 months of employment. In addition, applicants must be able to work with a team of professionals from various disciplines. Job responsibilities include conducting assessments, developing individualized Behavior Intervention Plans, training agency staff members, facilitating ongoing data collection and data analysis, and generating progress reports. Competitive salary and benefits.
For a complete listing of BCBA eligibility requirements, visit the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) website at www.bacb.com. For a full description of services provided by Helping Hand Center, please visit our website at www.hhcenter.org.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or eligible for BCBA within 6 months. Ability to work with a team of professionals in various disciplines.
A. BCBA Degree Requirement:
Possession of a minimum of a bachelor's degree that was conferred in behavior analysis or other natural science, education, human services, engineering, medicine or a field related to behavior analysis and approved by the BACB (click here for information about acceptable degrees) from any of the following:
United States or Canadian institution of higher education fully or provisionally accredited by a regional, state, provincial or national accrediting body; or an institution of higher education located outside the United States or Canada that, at the time the applicant was enrolled and at the time the applicant graduated, maintained a standard of training equivalent to the standards of training of those institutions accredited in the United States.
B. Coursework and Experience Requirements
Coursework: The applicant must complete 135 classroom hours of instruction (see Definition of Terms below) in the following content areas and for the number of hours specified:
Ethical considerations – 10 hours
Definition & characteristics and Principles, processes & concepts - 40 hours
Behavioral assessment and Selecting intervention outcomes & strategies - 25 hours
Experimental evaluation of interventions, & Measurement of behavior and Displaying & interpreting behavioral data - 20 hours
Behavioral change procedures and Systems support 40 hours
Acceptable Coursework: College or university courses in behavior analysis, that are taken from an institution that meets the requirements specified in Section A.
This job is open for online applications.
Apply via Helping Hand Center website: http://hhcenter.org/jobapp/
Or email resume to Human Resources: email@example.com