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Henderson, Nevada
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23 Sep 2022
IMPACT (Invo Multidisciplinary Program to Address Childhood Trauma) utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of youth struggling with mental health, behavioral and social/emotional challenges at home and school.  Our interventions draw upon field-tested, evidence-based protocols while encouraging academic progress. IMPACT Team interventions incorporate family members, caregivers, school staff, and are delivered in the natural environment, group settings, and one-to-one sessions, with the goal of establishing healthy behaviors that will serve the youth throughout his/her lifetime. The IMPACT team services multiple schools, providing intensive behavioral and mental-health support. The IMPACT team consists of Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and qualified mental health providers (QMHP).

The guiding philosophy behind IMPACT is to recognize the severe implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). By understanding how to manage or ameliorate the effects of ACEs, youth-guided IMPACT interventions can change children's lives for the better. The IMPACT BCBA supports IMPACT QMHPs and schools by providing training and consultation on comprehensive functional behavior assessments and completing FBAs and behavior plans. Together, BCBAs and QMHPs are better able to develop treatment plans that are ethical, functional, and more likely to make meaningful long-term positive changes.

An IMPACT BCBA provides services for both children and adolescents, as well as supporting school staff/administration and caregivers. In addition, the IMPACT BCBA serves as a team lead, assisting the IMPACT Program Manager with administrative duties such as conducting data, documentation, and service delivery audits, supporting QMHPs with general daily operational duties, and assisting in building and maintaining strong relationships with school partners.

The following summarizes duties and responsibilities:  
  • Assist school personnel with conducting observations, interviews, data collection, and developing behavior support plans
  • Provide stakeholder training, modeling, and coaching on behavioral strategies
  • Contribute to case conceptualization, problem-solving, and decision-making
  • Develop systems/methods of collecting and organizing data for use across multidisciplinary users (Ie. Behavior Support Specialists, Teachers, Paraprofessionals, administrators, etc.)
  • Develop and maintain systems for graphing and interpreting data
  • Independently manage own schedule, maximizing time available to best support students, teachers and QMHPs
  • Provide training and consultation on comprehensive functional behavior assessments and completing FBAs and behavior plans
  • Consult with school staff/administration on classroom-wide behavior management strategies, behavioral interventions and supports
  • Provide oversight and evaluation of the effects of behavioral service delivery
  • Attend and participate in school support team meetings
  • Comply with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements
  • Maintain documentation in accordance with HIPAA and FERPA standards
  • Conduct data, documentation, and service delivery audits
  • Currently certified as a BCBA/BCBA-D for a minimum of 2 years and in good standing with the BACB
  • Ability to independently work as a BCBA with a variety of clients
  • Experience working with students with significant behaviors, such as physical aggression, verbal threats, elopement, property destruction, and self-injurious behaviors
  • Experience working with typically developing youth
  • Experience supervising, leading and collaborating with other professionals in a team setting
  • Experience working in the school setting preferred
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  • Job Reference: 719181055-2
  • Date Posted: 23 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Invo Healthcare - Family of Companies
  • Location: Henderson, Nevada
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Sales & Marketing
  • Job Type: Permanent