Board Certified Behavior Analyst - $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS!
Come join our team and make a difference in the lives of those in our community! Genesee Health System (GHS) is looking for energetic and caring people to join our dynamic clinical team.
We value our staff and think they deserve the best! Medical, vision and dental benefits available at no premium for our staff and their dependents. We also provide an annually loaded HSA of up to $2,000, a 5% match towards your retirement, generous paid time off (19 ½ days per year) AND 13 paid holidays.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under the clinical direction of the designated Clinical Supervisor and the administrative direction of the Program Supervisor, responsible for performing functional behavior assessments, developing behavioral interventions, training staff and families to implement the interventions, and ongoing monitoring, training, and adjustment to the intervention based on treatment integrity and client response to treatment. The BCBA will work in both a consultative relationship with direct care/technician staff and caregivers and delivering direct intervention. The BCBA will work primarily with children who may have significant challenging behavior, but may be assigned to other appropriate adult or child clinical cases for the provision of behavioral support services. The individual functions as a consultant and as part of an inter-disciplinary team and services are delivered in the home and community primarily, or in a day program/center as appropriate. The BCBA will have responsibility for direct oversight of behavioral interventions implemented by direct care or technician staff, which may include observation and consultation during second and third shift as needed to appropriately support the consumer.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) AND licensed in the state of Michigan as a Behavior Analyst, AND one (1) year clinical experience working with children as a BCBA.
Employee must maintain valid licensure to retain employment.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have a valid Michigan driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and the use of a vehicle during work hours.
If serving children, must retain DCH qualifications as a Child Mental Health Professional
Clinical experience working with individuals with significant behavioral challenges including specific functional behavior assessments and behavior intervention plan development and monitoring to target reduction and replacement of those challenging behaviors.
Genesee Health System (GHS) is Genesee County's public mental health provider. GHS has provided services to Genesee County residents for more than 50 years.
In FY16, the network of providers operated or funded by GHS served 9,985 individuals, with a total budget of approximately $131 million.