Program Supervisors (Leads) work as part of our Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention [EIDBI] team providing medically necessary treatment to children with autism spectrum disorder [ASD] and related conditions.
Observation, Direction, and Training to staff providing direct services
Treatment plan development
Staff coordination and support
This specific position is for a Program Lead that will be on-site Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm
Program Leads observe and direct Behavior Techs. The Behavior Techs provide direct client care through the application of Applied Behavior Analysis [ABA]. These interventions target the functional skills and core domains of people with ASD and related conditions using the principals of learning and behavior by:
- Providing intervention services that have been identified in the comprehensive multi-disciplinary evaluation [CMDE] and in the person’s individual treatment plan.
- Participating in monitoring the person’s progress on goals and objectives and treatment outcomes.
- Collaborate with parents, caregivers, outside professionals, and other providers.
- Health Insurance
- Competency and performance based pay scales
- Dental Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Short & Long Term Disability Insurance
- Flexible Scheduling Options
- Training & Career Development
- Mileage, and other expense reimbursements
- Employee Assistance Program
Location Duluth, MN Pay $48,000-$50,000, Salary
- At least 2,000 hours of clinical experience and/or training in the examination and/or treatment of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or a related condition
- Completed the equivalent in graduate-level coursework at an accredited university
In addition, a person must meet at least one of the following requirements:
1. Have a doctoral or master’s degree from an accredited college or university in behavioral health, child development or related fields (e.g., mental health, special education, social work, psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy)
2. Be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB)
3. Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in behavioral health, child development or a related field (e.g., mental health, special education, social work, psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy) and advanced certification in one of the DHS-recognized treatment modalities (see advanced certification section and EIDBI – Treatment modalities)
4. Be a Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) through the BACB and have 4,000 hours of supervised clinical experience that meets all registration, supervision and continuing education requirements of the certification
5. Enroll as a level I provider under the provider shortage variance if they meet all of the following requirements:
- Have completed or are currently enrolled in a master’s degree program at an accredited college or university in one of the behavioral or child-development sciences or a related field (e.g., mental health, special education, social work, psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy)
- Receive observation and direction from a qualified supervising professional (QSP) at least once per month until meeting 2,000 hours of supervised clinical experience.
The qualification for this position is the be a Level 1 provider for EIDBI services as well as completing required advanced trainings upon hire.
Level 1 qualifications are: