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PCDI has a long history of providing high quality behavior analytic services to adults with autism in both the day and residential programs
The ideal candidate for this position has experience in applied behavior analysis, understands the needs of adults with developmental disabilities, and has a flexible schedule
This is an exciting career opportunity to provide leadership, oversight, hands-on... training, and program development to direct support professionals who work in PCDI’s Residential Program, which utilizes the Family Teacher model
This position requires a flexible 40-hour workweek, within the hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 pm, including weekends
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Supervision and Leadership Provide direct supervision of family teachers and residential direct support professionals, including hands-on training, mentoring, and development of individualized programming
Conduct annual staff performance evaluations
Develop professional goals for staff
Promote and develop staff training to ensure quality intervention is provided to all adult participants
Clinical Ensure a strong understanding of Applied Behavior Analysis and its implementation within PCDI’s Residential Program
Ensure effective programming through the design, implementation, and ongoing analysis of individualized programs designed to meet the needs of participants
Ensure data are regularly collected and analyzed to ensure program effectiveness
Work with family teachers and residential direct support professionals to make necessary changes to intervention procedures based on data analysis
Oversee the development and implementation of residential behavior support plans
Participate in an annual review of individualized programs conducted by an external evaluator
General Administration Support family teachers and residential direct support professionals to provide effective science-based intervention
Assist in ensuring staff adhere to policies and procedures
Assist in the hiring process, performance management, and employee relations, as needed
Confirm and sign payroll timesheets
Work with Fee-For-Service Documentation Coordinator to ensure the timely completion of progress notes
Work with Residential Program Coordinator to ensure proper residential documentation
Complete and submit Unusual Incident Reports (UIRs) as needed
Communication and Meetings Schedule and conduct regular meetings with family teachers and residential direct support professionals
Meet regularly with the Clinical Director of the Adult Program
Meet with the Executive Director as needed
Participate in monthly residential Team meetings, for all residential supervisors and family teachers
Attend workshops presented to Adult Program staff
Communicate professionally with all consumers, including staff, parents/guardians, board members, and community members
Interact with the Division of Developmental Disabilities as needed
(The responsibilities listed are not all inclusive; other duties may be assigned by supervisor/s.) POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Education: Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology or related field (Master’s Degree preferred) Certification: BCBA certificate preferred Experience: 5+ years’ experience working with developmentally disabled individuals 1+ years’ supervisory experience Fee For Service experience preferred
Training and Other Requirements: Must complete all trainings required by the Division of Developmental Disabilities; valid driver’s license with record in good standing is required
Physical Requirements Ability to sit, stand, bend, squat, kneel, stretch, stoop, and/or reach above shoulder level for extended periods of time during the workday
Vision requirements include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus
Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
Ability to participate in crisis management training and implement all strategies and techniques
Ability to move quickly to ensure the safety of participants at all times
Specialized Skills and Knowledge Sound working knowledge of both theory and practice of applied behavior analysis
Knowledge of Skill-based treatment a plus
Ability to analyze problems and recommend and implement solutions
Strong decision-making skills; sound judgment and ability to adjust focus based on the needs of participants
Ability to work under pressure
Demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as part of a team
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including presentation skills
High level of professional discretion and confidentiality
Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams)
Willingness to travel locally on a daily basis
Strong commitment to helping individuals with autism and their families
Ability to multi-task; well-organized and detail oriented
Employee Benefits Medical and dental insurance for each employee and optional dependent coverage Vision insurance (optional) Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Life Insurance and AD&D 403b Retirement Plan (voluntary beginning Day 1, employer contribution beginning Year 3) Paid time off (8 days accrued per calendar year) Holidays and paid vacation time Background Check The qualified candidate must successfully complete a background check, including a criminal history check and fingerprinting, mandatory drug testing, motor vehicle background check, reference checks, and completion of a pre-employment physical and Mantoux test
Compensation details: 65000-80000 Yearly SalaryPI8caa4104c5b9-26289-34587246
West Windsor Township NJ United States


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