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Clinical Director

ABA Centers of America

This is a Contract position in Atlanta, GA posted November 24, 2022.

The Clinical Director is responsible for monitoring the daily clinical operations of a single location of ABA Centers of America, which provides services to learners who are receiving insurance-funded or private-pay funded services.

The Clinical Director ensures there is a clear line of communication between BCBAs, RBTs and other team members of ABA Centers of America.

At times, the Clinical Director may maintain a small caseload of 3 to 6 clients.

Responsibilities: Monitors 5 to 7 BCBAs and their current caseloads Ensures the smooth transition of incoming clients and discharging clients Monitors clinical team staffing schedules to ensure continuous delivery of authorized services Monitors operations of day-to-day services to ensure smooth service delivery between all providers Oversees the implementation of behavior-analytic programs by RBTs and caregivers Conducts assessments related to the need for behavioral intervention (e.g., preference assessment, functional assessment, staff performance assessment, etc.) Leads weekly BCBA team meetings Attends various leadership meetings at the regional level Implements training curriculum for all new staff and monitors the performance of all clinical staff on an ongoing basis Interviews and hires all new clinical staff including BCBAs and RBTs, participates in the hiring process of administrative staff Ensures client satisfaction and quality service delivery at an organizational level Designs, implements, and systematically monitors skill-acquisition and behavior reduction programs Supervises interns/apprentices seeking BCBA certification on a weekly basis Analyzes and summarizes results of assessments and graphs results as needed Completes and submits documentation in a timely manner regarding hours of service and services rendered for prompt billing to payors Writes 6-month progress reports to secure continuation of service authorization from payors as deemed clinical required and necessary Creates goals for skills generalization and maintenance In collaboration with the Director of Training & Professional Development, provides team member and caregiver training Engages in problem solving as scheduling and staffing issues arise Completes caregiver training with current clients Ensures delivery of clinical practices in accordance with the credentialing board’s ethical code ABA Centers of America Culture ABA Centers of America is a supercharged environment propelled by collaboration through our philosophy: “Empowering Your Ambition.” The expectation for each team member is to provide a highly supportive high-performance work environment.

ABA Centers of America team members are charged with: Identifying challenges and collaborating with team members to devise creative solutions and measurable outcomes Motivating team members to be their best while holding them accountable to maintain the company’s excellent service standards Establishing and maintaining open and honest communication, always sharing information Continual learning, teaching and development Leading and driving initiatives to completion Technology Technology is an essential part of managing the needs of our business.

Team members are expected to use the instruments and systems identified as efficient and effective methods to manage day-to-day operations in their role.

We encourage feedback on new and emerging systems and/or instruments that may promote more efficiencies and better performance.

HIPAA Team members are required to adhere to policies and procedures implementing HIPAA requirements for the privacy and security of protected health information.

Team members are permitted to use and/or disclose only minimum amount of Protected Health Information necessary to complete assigned tasks.

Reports all suspected violation of company’s HIPAA policies or procedures to Human Resources.

Environmental Stewardship and Safety All team members are responsible for preserving the cleanliness of the interior and exterior of the facility.

Team members are expected to keep work and common break spaces tidy and to adhere to infection control protocols and policies.

Team members are expected to adhere to facility safety requirements, report unsafe practices or equipment, and, if applicable, use the appropriate protective equipment as needed.

Depending on role, and during the daily course of duties, team members may have to lift, twist, pull or push.

Team members must be able to manage these activities up to 60 lbs.

Any accident or incident must be reported immediately to a member of management for proper recording.

Team Members excluded from Federal Healthcare Programs.

ABA Centers of America operates facilities that receive federal funding and may not employ or contract with an individual or entity that has been excluded from health care programs (for example, Medicare or Medicaid).

Accordingly, if a team member or agent has been excluded from or is under investigation and may be excluded, they must notify a member of management immediately.