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Verified Pay $24 - $28 per hour
Hours Full-time
Location Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California

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Who We Are at Pyles and Associates, LLC:

Our mission is to improve lives, productivity, and independence using evidence-based methods. Our team is comprised of experienced, dedicated people who love what they do! We are looking to hire great people who share our passion to help children, adults, and their families. To that end, we provide our employees with extensive training and experience, supervision, access to nationally recognized experts, and a supportive collegial work environment. *We are a BHCOE accredited agency.

We offer competitive pay, an excellent benefits package, and promotional opportunities. If you have a desire to do great work and help people become the best they can be, are coachable, have integrity and high ethical standards, and enjoy seeing demonstrable progress in the people who you support, then we'd love to hear from you!

Compensation: $24/hour-$28/hour

We are currently looking for a talented and driven supervisor to join our clinical team for our kids division.

Job Description

  • Practice in accordance with Pyles & Associates' policies and procedures. Oversee clinical programs, and monitor staff under the supervision of the Clinical Director and/or BCBA Supervisor

  • Supervise assigned staff

  • Master's Level Program Manager must demonstrate the ability to use relevant behavioral data to monitor client performance and make observations

  • Conduct assessments, develop interventions, train agency staff, and use relevant behavioral data to monitor client performance and make treatment decisions

  • Work in various settings including individual's homes, day programs, group homes

  • Provide support, guidance, direction, and supervision to direct support professionals

  • Interface with guardians and/or administrators and other agency staff to coordinate schedules and services

  • Generate progress reports

  • Submit assessment, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual IPP reports in a timely manner (defined individually by agency, regional center, and case) to the Clinical Director

  • Submit assigned tasks on time

  • Engage in proactive communication

  • Update clinical staff and caregivers on client progress at least monthly

  • Record and graph data consistently

  • Conduct functional assessments under the supervision of the Clinical Director

  • Develop, implement and monitor Behavior Support Plans

  • Assess and train direct support staff (e.g., collecting reliability data on programs and assessments, monitor treatment integrity)

  • Make efficient, sound, and ethical clinical judgments and recommendations

  • Establish a good rapport with clients, co-workers and other professionals and paraprofessionals

  • Conduct staff training using Behavior Skills Training (BST)

  • Provide consistent treatment per recommended hours to all clients on a monthly basis

  • Practice in accordance with applicable laws and regulations as a mandated reporter, Pyles and Associates company policies, as well as the BACB ethical guidelines

  • Performs other duties as assigned reasonably within the scope of a Master's Level Program Manager

What we offer:

  • Paid training and professional development (Professional development training to become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)).

  • Flexible Scheduling

  • Disability insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • 401k matching

  • Paid mileage and drive time

  • Paid vacation time*, personal time* and sick time.

  • Health insurance, Dental insurance, and Vision Insurance*

  • Professional liability insurance

  • Performance-based bonuses

  • Innovative, growing, dynamic organization.
    Collaborative company culture.

  • Opportunities for BCBA mentorship and supervision hours

*Over 20 Billable hours/week, after 90 days

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Enrolled in MA/MS, or Doctorate (e.g., PdD, EdD) in applied behavior analysis, psychology, or related discipline

  • Currently working on BCBA hours towards BCBA license (preferred but not required)

  • Provide ethical, effective, and practical behavior analytic interventions

  • Must legally be authorized to work in the United States

  • Possess a California driver's license and have proof of automobile insurance

  • Must provide verification of negative TB test and criminal background check

  • Credentials to be submitted on a regular basis

  • Bilingual skills