This position is a temporary Fee for Service and salary is negotiable. Schedule is also flexible based on the number of hours needed for each of the 2 supervisees.

The BCBA Supervisor position serves as the educational supervisor for the Clinical Manager and Clinical Assistant within the clinical team. These 2 staff have completed and are in the process of completing their Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. The BCBA Supervisor provides consultative and direct instructional behavioral services to the supervisees. The Supervisees, who make up the Clinical Team of NSMHA, are responsible for conducting assessments as needed, generating behavior support plans, graphing and analyzing behavior data and ensuring the effective implementation of all residential based treatment programs for all clients on their caseload. The role of the BCBA Supervisor is to ensure sufficient supervision of all BCBA candidates with whom they work as per BACB guidelines.

What you’ll do:

  • Supervise interdisciplinary team on all behavioral plans within context of Positive Behavioral Supports.
  • Supervise Clinical Coordinators/ Behavioral Specialist in DDS, ensuring that regular individual supervision takes place and ensuring that the quality of their work upholds the mission of North Suffolk’s commitment to quality for all persons served.
  • Develop and Oversee behavior plans; assess individuals, collect data, and write structured behavior plans in conjunction with other support team members.
  • Provide clinical and administrative supervision on the implementation of behavior plan.
  • Design and implement behavior strategies for individuals as an intervention ahead of the official formation of a behavior plan and act as a resource to staff through the provision of in-service trainings and as needed consultation.
  • Involve individuals and support staff in the development of behavior plans, train staff in their implementation and documentation.  Work with individuals and staff to ensure that plans are working, revised or terminated.

What you’ll need:

Education: High School Diploma or GED required.  Bachelor’s Degree in a related field preferred. BCBA  Supervisory certification required.

Experience: Two years’ of related direct experience. Thorough knowledge of ABA practice, Positive Behavior Supports and their role in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.