Program Supervisors at Autism Behavior Intervention design and supervise programs for children with autism, typically ages 2-10, in their home, schools, and at ABI’s center. Primary duties include conducting functional behavior assessments, designing and modifying client treatment plans, conducting staff and parent training, leading team meetings, and writing reports.
- Passion and enthusiasm for working with children
- Previous experience providing behavior intervention to children with autism or related disorders
- Master’s degree in psychology, education, or a related field
- Reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license and auto insurance
- Willingness to drive to clients’ homes and schools in the greater Los Angeles region
- Pre-Employment Screening, including a Department of Justice Clearance, drug testing and DMV check
- TB Test
- Full range of body motion including the ability to stand, stoop, kneel, reach, push and pull
- Korean or Spanish Speaking
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst/ BCBA eligible within one year of hire
- Program Supervisors working in client homes may be in contact with dogs, cats and other pets.
- Program Supervisors often work with challenging behaviors and may be exposed to aggressive behaviors, such as biting, kicking, spitting, scratching, or hitting.