Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Center for Autism

Hope Network Behavioral Health
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Jun 08, 2024
Jun 13, 2024
Role Type
Position Type
Full Time
Practice Setting
Government, Telemedicine
Work Mode
Employment Type
Job Description
The Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is responsible for developing appropriate programs and behavior intervention plans as well as supervising their implementation. The Behavior Analyst develops comprehensive and focused treatment plans for children based on medical necessity for the remediation of the deficits of the child s autism diagnosis. The Behavior Analyst continually monitors their assigned teams and each learner s progress in order to provide the most relevant treatment.

Why a Behavior Analyst at Hope

As a BCBA, you will change lives - including your own. Here are just some of the ways Hope Network invests in you for all that you do:
  • Rates starting at $68,700/year (commensurate with experience)
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision benefits eligible on day one
  • Relocation Assistance offered
  • Conference & Continuing Education Reimbursement
  • Leadership Career-Pathing
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Retirement Savings Plan with employer match
  • Supportive Work Environment
How you will change lives

The BCBA is responsible for:

Clinical Practice
  • Assessing, supervising, and evaluating learners by administering; ABLLS-R, VB-MAPP, PEAK, Vineland, AFLS, Essential for Living or other Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Creating and supervising the implementation of individualized goals and objectives for center-based, community, in-home, and telehealth programs.
  • Creating individualized behavior intervention plans, monitoring implementation and providing feedback as necessary. The Behavior Analyst will provide direct behavior analytic therapy as needed.
  • Conducting parent trainings as clinically appropriate for the learner.
  • Capturing and contriving opportunities to teach staff and learners in the natural environment and trains others to do the same.
  • Participating in parent meetings, treatment meetings, stakeholder meetings, trainings and other meetings as needed.
  • Supporting initial training alongside the training team, assisting with ongoing training with a focus on retaining and supporting behavior technicians.
  • Developing and retaining staff through performance reviews, discipline, development activities and formal and informal training in accordance with Hope Network s Employee Handbook and BACB guidelines.
  • Master s degree in a field related to Behavior Analysis (Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis preferred)
  • BCBA Certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)
  • Current State of Michigan Behavior Analyst Licensure
  • At least 1 year of experience working as a BCaBA or under the supervision of a BCBA in training hours
  • At least 2 years of experience working with youth diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder