The Autism Behavior Support Specialist (ABSS) provides intensive behavioral assessment/treatment services to children with autism living in a residential setting. The ABSS will be responsible for participating in the continued behavioral assessment across settings, as well as the application of treatment strategies derived from an applied behavior analysis (ABA) model by the clinical team. The ABSS will work closely with the clinical team to provide individually designed behavior plans to decrease problem behavior, while increasing adaptive more appropriate responses. Treatment effectiveness is systematically evaluated using reliable objective measures.
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a closely related field, including but not limited to, sociology, human services, nursing, or social work
- 1 year experience working with children with challenging behaviors desired
- Must have valid driver’s license
- Current CPR/FA certification
1st shifts (6am-2pm) Saturday and Sunday Only
2nd shifts (2pm-10pm) M-F
3rd shifts (10pm-6am) M-F