Join Our Team 2017-11-21T21:09:58+00:00

IBS TeamJoin Our Team!

IBS is always looking for qualified professionals to join our team. IBS staff utilize the best available and most recent evidence-based practices to provide state-of-the-art treatment, using Applied Behavior Analysis. Please apply below!

 

Positions Available

  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records to meet all requirements for Registered Behavior Technician certification, including passing the RBT Competency Assessment annually
  • Represent IBS to clients and colleagues, both professionally and ethically.
  • Follow the applicable sections for RBTs from BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts
  • Maintain accurate timekeeping records within Central Reach:
    • Enter schedule at the beginning of each month
    • Review and convert scheduled sessions to timesheets by the last day of the month (schedule changes cannot be accepted later)
  • Maintain accurate timesheets for clients with the Georgia Cyber Academy:
    • Obtain parent signatures for each session rendered
    • Submit sign-in/timesheets at the end of each month (typically using SignNow)
  • Minimize tardiness and absenteeism to no more than 2 per month.
  • Maintain an average of 90 billable hours monthly (to be considered full-time and eligible for benefits)
  • Demonstrate proficiency in Applied Behavior Analysis methodologies, as evidenced both by passing an initial qualification exam and periodic therapist evaluations by senior staff.
  • Provide quality behavioral intervention to clients, under the direct supervision of a BCBA or Case Manager
  • Implement client treatment goals and interventions, as specified by supervising BCBA or Case Manager
  • Collect accurate skills acquisition and behavior reduction data on all areas targeted for intervention.
  • Provide supervising BCBA with 30 minutes of video of therapy, skill acquisition data, behavior reduction data, and any other relevant questions/comments prior to monthly team meetings.
  • Attend monthly team meetings, which can be conducted on-site, via telephone conference, or via web conference, for all clients.
  • Report directly to supervising Behavior Analyst or Case Manager regarding client performance, parent concerns, and team needs.
  • Communicate effectively and in a timely manner. Should a supervisor contact you, a response is generally expected within 24 hours; in some critical situations, a response may be expected much more quickly. You should expect the same responsiveness from those who supervise your work; report deviations to the Director of Staff Training & Professional Development.
  • Perform other duties as requested.
Apply: Behavior Technician
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records to meet all requirements for Registered Behavior Technician certification, including passing the RBT Competency Assessment annually
  • Represent IBS to clients and colleagues, both professionally and ethically.
  • Follow the applicable sections for RBTs from BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts
  • Maintain accurate timekeeping records within Central Reach:
    • Enter schedule at the beginning of each month
    • Review and convert scheduled sessions to timesheets by the last day of the month (schedule changes cannot be accepted later)
  • Maintain accurate timesheets for clients with the Georgia Cyber Academy:
    • Obtain parent signatures for each session rendered
    • Submit sign-in/timesheets at the end of each month (typically using SignNow)
  • Minimize tardiness and absenteeism to no more than 2 per month.
  • Maintain an average of 90 billable hours monthly (to be considered full-time and eligible for benefits)
  • Demonstrate proficiency in Applied Behavior Analysis methodologies, as evidenced both by passing an initial qualification exam and periodic therapist evaluations by senior staff.
  • Provide quality behavioral intervention to clients, under the direct supervision of a BCBA or Case Manager
  • Implement client treatment goals and interventions, as specified by supervising BCBA or Case Manager
  • Collect accurate skills acquisition and behavior reduction data on all areas targeted for intervention.
  • Maintain treatment program files within Catalyst for each client.
  • Provide supervising BCBA with 30 minutes of video of therapy, skill acquisition data, behavior reduction data, and any other relevant questions/comments prior to monthly team meetings.
  • Attend monthly team meetings, which can be conducted on-site, via telephone conference, or via web conference, for all clients.
  • Assist in conducting assessments, such as the ABLLS-R, AFLS, or VB-MAPP, or Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs).
  • Report directly to supervising Behavior Analyst or Case Manager regarding client performance, parent concerns, and team needs.
  • Provide on-going support and training to Behavior Technicians and parents by answering questions, giving direct feedback, and modeling treatment strategies.
  • Create and/or gather program materials and necessities, when necessary.
  • Communicate effectively and in a timely manner. Should a supervisor contact you, a response is generally expected within 24 hours; in some critical situations, a response may be expected much more quickly. You should expect the same responsiveness from those who supervise your work; report deviations to the Director of Staff Training & Professional Development.
  • Perform other duties as requested.
Apply: Senior Behavior Technician

Maintain up-to-date certification:

Maintain accurate and up-to-date records to meet all requirements for Registered Behavior Technician certification, including passing the RBT Competency Assessment annually OR

Maintain board certification (BCBA), including CEU credits through IBS

Represent IBS to clients and colleagues, both professionally and ethically.

Follow all BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts

Maintain up-to-date on BACB guidelines regarding supervision of BCBA/BCaBA candidates and RBTs

Maintain accurate timekeeping records within Central Reach:

Enter schedule at the beginning of each month

Review and convert scheduled sessions to timesheets by the last day of the month (schedule changes cannot be accepted later)

Maintain accurate timesheets for clients with the Georgia Cyber Academy:

Obtain parent signatures for each session rendered

Submit sign-in/timesheets at the end of each month (typically using SignNow)

Minimize tardiness and absenteeism to no more than 2 per month.

Maintain an average of 90 billable hours monthly (to be considered full-time and eligible for benefits)

Demonstrate proficiency in Applied Behavior Analysis methodologies, as evidenced both by passing an initial qualification exam and periodic therapist evaluations by senior staff.

Act as a liaison between Behavior Techs/SR Behavior Techs and case BCBA

Supervise performance of some Behavioral Techs and/or SR Behavior Techs

Provide quality behavioral intervention to clients, under the direct supervision of a BCBA

Implement client treatment goals and interventions, as specified by supervising BCBA

Collect accurate skills acquisition and behavior reduction data on all areas targeted for intervention.

Maintain treatment program files within Catalyst for each client, including notifying BCBA of changes needed upon data review.

Keep Catalyst records updated, including adding new users to Catalyst as needed (parents, GCA teachers, therapists).

Provide supervising BCBA with video of therapy, skill acquisition data, behavior reduction data, and any other relevant questions/comments prior to monthly team meetings.

Assist in planning and leading monthly team meetings, which can be conducted on-site, via telephone conference, or via web conference, for all clients.

Provide training, as needed, to teachers, therapists, parents, and/or others related to skills such as discrete trial teaching, language acquisition (e.g., manding), differential reinforcement, etc. BCBAs can adjust training based on particular topics and/or students, though training should generally include, among other aspects, direct modeling, direct observations, and direct feedback.

Attend Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and other interdisciplinary team meetings and, when appropriate, present proposed goals and objectives, behavioral interventions, and possible modifications and adaptations.

Assist in conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments (often including functional analyses as an information source, when appropriate) in order to develop data-based Behavior Intervention Plans or Behavior Support Plans.

Provide accurate assessment of skills and direct feedback to Behavioral Technicians, Senior Behavioral Technicians, and Case Managers (including monthly feedback on Performance Improvement Goals).

Conduct assessments, such as the ABLLS-R, AFLS, or VB-MAPP, or Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs).

Report directly to supervising Behavior Analyst regarding client performance, parent concerns, and team needs.

Provide on-going support and training to Behavior Technicians, Senior Behavior Technicians, and parents by answering questions, giving direct feedback, and modeling treatment strategies.

Create and/or gather program materials and necessities, when necessary.

Communicate effectively and in a timely manner. Should a supervisor contact you, a response is generally expected within 24 hours; in some critical situations, a response may be expected much more quickly. You should expect the same responsiveness from those who supervise your work; report deviations to the Director of Staff Training & Professional Development.

Perform other duties as requested.

Apply: Case Manager

Represent IBS to clients and colleagues, both professionally and ethically.

Maintain board certification (BCBA), including CEU credits, which can all be obtained internally through IBS. · Follow all BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts.

Remain up-to-date on BACB guidelines regarding supervision of BCBA/BCaBA candidates, as well as RBTs

Maintain accurate timekeeping records within Central Reach:

Enter schedule at the beginning of each month

Review and convert scheduled sessions to timesheet on the last day of the month (schedule changes cannot be accepted later)

Maintain accurate timesheets for clients with the Georgia Cyber Academy:

Obtain parent signatures for each session rendered

Submit sign-in/timesheets at the end of each month (typically using SignNow)

Minimize tardiness and absenteeism to no more than 2 per month.

Maintain an average of 100 billable hours monthly (to be considered full-time and eligible for benefits)

Maintain accurate and up-to-date client records. This includes obtaining appropriate consent (e.g., consent to evaluate, consent to release confidential information) for all clients.

Keep Catalyst records updated, including adding new users to Catalyst as needed (parents, GCA teachers, therapists).

Participate in quarterly BCBA meetings.

Conduct developmental skills assessments, such as the ABLLS-R, AFLS, or VB-MAPP, in order to develop client treatment recommendations and objectives.

Provide clinical supervision, as needed, for in-home IBS students. This supervision will at least include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following:

at least monthly direct observation of student(s), which can include some combination of on-site observation(s), videotaped observation(s), and/or webcast observation(s);

at least monthly review of skills acquisition data, and when appropriate, behavior reduction data;

at least monthly team meetings, which can be conducted on-site, via telephone, or web conference; and

written program recommendations.

Provide accurate assessment of skills and direct feedback to Behavioral Technicians, Senior Behavioral Technicians, and Case Managers (including monthly feedback on Performance Improvement Goals).

Provide training, as needed, to teachers, therapists, parents, and/or others related to skills such as discrete trial teaching, language acquisition (e.g., manding), differential reinforcement, etc. BCBAs can adjust training based on particular topics and/or students, though training should generally include, among other aspects, direct modeling, direct observations, and direct feedback.

Attend Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and other interdisciplinary team meetings and, when appropriate, present proposed goals and objectives, behavioral interventions, and possible modifications and adaptations.

Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (often including functional analyses as an information source, when appropriate) in order to develop data-based Behavior Intervention Plans or Behavior Support Plans.

Collaborate with school personnel by conducting student observations, providing written programming and behavioral recommendations, implementing training as necessary, and providing regular follow-up review & support.

Communicate effectively and in a timely manner with both those you supervise and those who supervise you. Should a supervisor contact you, a response is generally expected within 24 hours; in some critical situations, a response may be expected much more quickly. You should expect the same from those you supervise and report deviations to the Director of Staff Training & Professional Development.

Perform other duties as requested.

Apply: Behavior Analyst

Represent IBS to clients and colleagues, both professionally and ethically.

Maintain board certification (BCBA), including CEU credits, which can all be obtained internally through IBS. · Follow all BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts.

Remain up-to-date on BACB guidelines regarding supervision of BCBA/BCaBA candidates, as well as RBTs

Maintain accurate timekeeping records within Central Reach:

Enter schedule at the beginning of each month

Review and convert scheduled sessions to timesheet on the last day of the month (schedule changes cannot be accepted later)

Maintain accurate timesheets for clients with the Georgia Cyber Academy:

Obtain parent signatures for each session rendered

Submit sign-in/timesheets at the end of each month (typically using SignNow)

Minimize tardiness and absenteeism to no more than 2 per month.

Maintain an average of 100 billable hours monthly (to be considered full-time and eligible for benefits)

Maintain accurate and up-to-date client records. This includes obtaining appropriate consent (e.g., consent to evaluate, consent to release confidential information) for all clients.

Keep Catalyst records updated, including adding new users to Catalyst as needed (parents, GCA teachers, therapists).

Participate in quarterly BCBA meetings.

Conduct developmental skills assessments, such as the ABLLS-R, AFLS, or VB-MAPP, in order to develop client treatment recommendations and objectives.

Provide clinical supervision, as needed, for in-home IBS students. This supervision will at least include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following:

at least monthly direct observation of student(s), which can include some combination of on-site observation(s), videotaped observation(s), and/or webcast observation(s);

at least monthly review of skills acquisition data, and when appropriate, behavior reduction data;

at least monthly team meetings, which can be conducted on-site, via telephone, or web conference; and

written program recommendations.

Provide accurate assessment of skills and direct feedback to Behavioral Technicians, Senior Behavioral Technicians, and Case Managers (including monthly feedback on Performance Improvement Goals).

Provide training, as needed, to teachers, therapists, parents, and/or others related to skills such as discrete trial teaching, language acquisition (e.g., manding), differential reinforcement, etc. BCBAs can adjust training based on particular topics and/or students, though training should generally include, among other aspects, direct modeling, direct observations, and direct feedback.

Attend Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and other interdisciplinary team meetings and, when appropriate, present proposed goals and objectives, behavioral interventions, and possible modifications and adaptations.

Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (often including functional analyses as an information source, when appropriate) in order to develop data-based Behavior Intervention Plans or Behavior Support Plans.

Collaborate with school personnel by conducting student observations, providing written programming and behavioral recommendations, implementing training as necessary, and providing regular follow-up review & support.

Communicate effectively and in a timely manner with both those you supervise and those who supervise you. Should a supervisor contact you, a response is generally expected within 24 hours; in some critical situations, a response may be expected much more quickly. You should expect the same from those you supervise and report deviations to the Director of Staff Training & Professional Development.

Perform other duties as requested.

Apply: Senior Behavior Analyst

 

Employee Benefits

IBS is proud to offer the following benefits to our employees:

  • Professional liability insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Employer-provided life insurance for full-time employees
  • Employer-provided long-term disability for full-time employees
  • Options for short-term disability, FSA, and Dependent Care plans
  • 401K with company match
  • Paid continuing education hours
  • Discounts on graduate degree costs
  • Employee referral bonus program
  • Reimbursement for attending professional conferences
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Paid mileage and travel expenses
  • Partnership with Kaplan University
    • IBS employees looking to go back to school to receive their undergraduate or graduate degree in ABA will receive a 20% tuition discount through Kaplan!
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