Consultants for Children, Inc. BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst), Colorado Springs, CO in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Consultants for Children, Inc. is a unique, client-centered company striving to meet the individual and varying needs of children with autism and other developmental disabilities, as well as their families. We believe that with effective help, each child can have a happy and fulfilling life.
The BCB will provide clinical skills instruction and behavior reduction protocols based upon the principles of ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) to children with autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, community, and school settings. You will be responsible for drawing upon your experience to educate and train new staff on professional and clinical skills as well as client protocols. The BCBa will facilitate communication between all team members, lead team meetings, manage and disseminate client data, and ensure that all team members have the necessary support, training, and materials to assist the client in reaching their full potential.
Reasons to Join CFCI:
Be a part of our multi-disciplinary clinical team that may include BCBA, Mental Health Therapists, Respite/In-Home Support Providers, RBTs, Wraparound Facilitators, Summer Club staff, and our therapy dog, Sprout
Client-focused agency with AWESOME clinical/support team
Flexible schedule, we do not assign caseloads or clients
Discounted coursework through our partnership with Purdue University Global
Free CEUs, CPR/1st Aid, Handle with Care, and Seizure First Aid certifications
Privately owned since 2002 with eight locations throughout Colorado
Responsible for assessing the needs of clients and developing individual behavior programs accordingly
Monitor therapy teams to ensure client success by providing clients with on-site supervision.
Continuously watch the child’s progress and prescribe the amount, scope, and duration of the therapy, make treatment adjustments and be responsible for treatment outcomes
Serve as an important member of child’s IEP team by providing objectives, behavior intervention plans, and recommendations for comprehensive goals for their clients to be implemented
Conduct training workshops for families and/or schools, train parents and teachers in ABA, and provide ongoing training and feedback to tutors.
Act as team’s point of contact between clients and technicians on the team
Required to work a minimum of 5 hours per week.
Proven leadership abilities
Ability to interact well with children and their families
Excellent writing and communication skills
Strong organizational skills
Ability to work well independently
Knowledge of autism and child development
Physical ability, lifting, running
10 paid holidays a year, including your birthday
Paid sick time
Employee Assistance Program
Medical/vision/dental and PTO for employees working at least 30 hours/week