Master’s degree in field of Psychology, Social Work or a national board certification in behavior analysis (BCBA) and a Master’s degree Behavior Analysis or a field closely related to clinical or community psychology.
Up to 5 years’ experience working with persons with developmental disabilities with dual diagnosis, preferably in residential, and or day habilitation settings.
Training in assessment techniques
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Must have demonstrated effective leadership skills
Must be highly solution-oriented and team oriented
Comfortable with giving and receiving feedback
Ability to conduct staff training
Demonstrated competency in written, verbal and computational skills to present and document records in accordance with program standards.
Proficiency in computers
- Travel to various programs they are assigned to.
- Flexibility in schedule is required to work some early days and some late nights, including weekends to accomplish essential functions.