Senior BCBA (Director Autism Services)

08-Feb-2020, The Children's Institute - Other
Job Status: Full-Time   Location: Pittsburgh, PA (Squirrel Hill)

Job Summary

The Children’s Institute has an exciting opportunity for an innovative leader in Western PA to create new programming for individuals with autism. The successful leader will develop and grow the program through “big picture thinking” by creating new service delivery models. The experienced team oriented leader will cultivate their team members and work collaboratively with other key CI team members. Our new Director of Autism Services will serve as the primary program representative of autism services across the organization and with all stakeholders including payers, families and the individuals we serve.

Careers at Our Amazing Place
Amazing Kids. Amazing Place. At The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, we’ve built our legacy on being “amazing.” After more than a century of the highest quality care and service to children and their families, we’re forever proud of our team members who don’t just make a career here – they make a difference.
From our outpatient physical and behavioral health services, to our educational services, to our family services – we’re grateful for the many passionate individuals who dedicate their expertise, talent and time to our kids, families, and to our mission: To Heal. To Teach. To Empower. To Amaze.

Our Culture & Amazing Atmosphere
It’s smiles from our kids when you’re walking down the hallway. It’s seeing their progress that brightens your day. It’s the feeling you get when a parent tells you what a difference you’ve made for their child. Every day brings something different, but it’s the care, compassion, collaboration, and teamwork put into our work that contributes to the overall culture at The Children’s Institute.

Diversity & Inclusion
The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We serve a diverse population of children and families, and want our workforce to reflect that same diversity. We want all interested individuals to feel welcome in applying for a career at our amazing place – we can’t wait to meet you!

Current Career Openings
At The Children’s Institute, we pride ourselves on building teams of individuals who bring their best every day – because without that, we couldn’t make such a large and lasting impact on the amazing kids and families we serve. We need team members who are team players, collaborative and creative, idea-generators and go-getters. Our children and families need you.

Amazing Benefits
We’re proud to offer generous benefits to our team members. Regular full-time team members are eligible for the following benefits:
• Medical, Dental, Vision & Life insurance • Paid Time Off & Holidays
• 403b Plan-Retirement • Short and Long Term Disability
• Flexible Spending Accounts • Wellness program
• Tuition reimbursement • Student Loan Refinancing Program
• Career development • Employee Recognition Events

Competitive pay and performance based incentives.

Job Relationships

Responsible To: Director of Behavioral Health and Family Services

Workers Supervised: None

Qualifications

Education: Master’s Degree in ABA / Special Education/ Clinical Practices or other related field required.

Licensure: N/A

Certification: Board Certified Behavior Analyst required

Clearances: Act 73 FBI*Act 34 Criminal Clearance*Act 33 Child Clearance

Training and Experience: • Experience with ABA services in a behavioral health / MCO environment
• Minimum of three years experience directly working with individuals with autism and their family
• Demonstrated abilities in program development
• Proven organizational and leadership skills
• Strong communication and interpersonal abilities

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
• Key Characteristics: Professional, organized, creative, motivating and goal driven
• Ability and means to travel to external appointments on a flexible schedule as needed.

Job Responsibilities

• Establish and maintain CI brand quality program models.
• Define operating protocols for all new services and maintain protocols for existing services.
• Ensure fidelity compliance to set expectations.
• Build a continuum of care for individuals with autism and their families that align with the strategic plan and community preferences.
• Develop business opportunities with new geographies, payers and service delivery models
• Determine practices that align with fiduciary parameters.
• Function as lead SME (subject matter expert) to create fluidity of practices and establish continuity of care to individuals with autism throughout all CI services.
• Create opportunities for collaboration with other services within the CI team.
• Model, supervise and mentor a positive culture of an integrated / comprehensive CI team approach to supporting the whole individual.
• Responsible for the vetting and setup of new programs. This includes establishing a budget, coordinating billing activities with the finance department, hiring and onboarding new team members,
• Provide initial service supervision (billable hours) during ramp up of programming

Employment Application

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Linda Allen
[email protected]
The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh
1405 Shady Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Fax: 412-420-2299
Please email resumes and cover letters in PDF format, or you may fax them to the number above. The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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