Cairn University's School of Education is seeking to fill online adjunct faculty positions for its Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs, beginning August 1, 2018.
About Cairn University
Located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Cairn University exists to educate students to serve Christ in the church, society, and the world as biblically minded, well-educated and professionally competent men and women of character.
About Cairn's Online ABA Programs
Cairn University's uniquely designed online ABA programs are the first Christian University programs worldwide that integrate extensive autism training with coursework and practicum courses that meet Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) coursework and experience requirements. Cairn's MS in Special Education degree in ABA is ranked 5th in the Top 15 Best Online ABA Programs and 7th in the 10 Best Online ABA Master's Degree Programs in 2018. For additional information on the programs, please visit cairn.edu/academics/education/.
Facilitate online ABA graduate and undergraduate courses using established content and/or provide weekly online group and/or individual supervision to ABA practicum students.
To apply, please complete the online Employment Application. A resume/CV and cover letter may be uploaded with the application. For more information on the position, visit https://cairn.edu/hr/jobs/.
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The Assistant Clinical Director provides support to the Clinical Director, including: planning, communications, research , and assisting in training clinical staff in QSAC’s Day Habilitation programs in Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, and Long Island. These programs are run through OPWDD guidelines and funding.
This position works closely with the Clinical Director and in support of QSAC’s missions and goals in accordance with OPWDD guidelines. The Assistant Clinical Director sets priorities and timelines for projects and provides high-level analytical and writing skills to support the functions of the department as well as assisting in the design of intervention strategies for the individuals with autism that attend QSAC day programs.
Candidates must have their BCBA.
Our benefits go beyond health and retirement. You will be joining a passionate community of professionals and staff who support each other in a challenging and rewarding work culture.
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Cognition Builders (www.cognitionbuilders.com) is an education company that services families through sustainable home-based interventions. We are seeking applicants knowledgeable in psychology or education to join our team for both part-time and full-time capacity.
Our team members consist of Family Architects, who work to promote the interpersonal and intrapersonal growth of our clients. We address a variety of concerning behaviors; most notably, social, behavioral and academic concerns. Our in-home instruction applies principles of behavior and learning to the everyday difficulties of individuals and families, regardless of diagnosis. This position requires creative, out of the box applications of the educational backgrounds that our team members have.
In addition, we use behavioral and language modification techniques, as well as curricula informed by behavior analytic principles, to teach our clients how to manage problematic behaviors. Family Architects also address the family dynamic of our clients in order to manage interpersonal conflict and dysfunction.
Cognition Builders offers competitive compensation, starting at $60/hr.
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Unique opportunity to lead the behavioral treatment program in a nationally recognized specialized inpatient child psychiatry unit that exclusively treats youth with autism, developmental disorders and serious emotional and behavioral challenges, and direct our dedicated inpatient school, Spring Harbor Academy. The Developmental Disorders Unit is one of only 10 such specialized units in the country and provides a 24 hour treatment model and includes an embedded full day special purpose school, Spring Harbor Academy.
The Director works in collaboration with the Medical Director and Special Education Administrator to oversee the delivery of behavioral treatment by the staff of Spring Harbor Academy and directs the behavioral team, which includes a BCBA and other clinicians, for the hospital unit. This position is responsible for overseeing the creation and implementation of behavioral plans for the twelve hospitalized patients, by supporting and supervising staff, and working with sending schools. This individual works closely with families, schools, and community agencies in assuring success when transitioning our students back to the community.
This position reports to Matthew Siegel, M.D., Vice President for Medical Affairs, Developmental Disorders Service, who is a leader in the field of inpatient treatment of this population. The program also has an active and growing program of research in the inpatient and outpatient settings, focused on autism, sleep, and challenging behaviors. We are the founder and coordinating site for the Autism and Developmental Disorders Inpatient Research Collaborative. This position has the opportunity to participate in research and teaching, including training of psychiatric residents and fellows, psychologists and behavior analysts.
Competitive salary and strong benefits package including 1 week of paid CME time. Tufts School of Medicine faculty appointment at the Assistant/Associate Professor level available. Southern Maine is an affordable and rewarding place to live with excellent cultural, educational and recreational opportunities.
Further information on the Developmental Disorders Service can be seen at: www.mainehealth.org/spring-harbor-hospital/developmental-disorders-program
If you're looking to work for an organization that will allow you to grow in the Clinical Field, consider joining Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health's Clinical Team in Massachusetts!
Now Hiring Clinicians and Licensed Clinical Supervisors!
Being a Clinician with us has its advantages! You will work with other Clinical Professionals, who share in your passion to provide the best possible care, in a supportive and collaborative environment. We offer Clinical Supervision for those seeking Licensure and support those to maintain Clinical Licensure, by ensuring not only the ability to participate in organization-wide projects, but also access to ongoing training in program model areas.
Devereux's Massachusetts Program provides therapeutic care to Children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral challenges, those along the autism spectrum and those diagnosed with I/DD in School, Community and RTF settings.
Interested applicants, must have Masters in Psychology-related field of study. Clinical Supervisors must have or will have Clinical Licensure within 90 days of offer. BCBA certified or desire to become certified a plus!
If interested, please email Amanda Bush at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ABLLS©-R Data and
This tool enables instructors and parents to teach all the ABLLS©-R task objectives. The data and task organizers include more than 1,000 photographs, data tracking forms, and skill cards.
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VBATT™ (Verbal Behavior Analysis Teaching & Tracking)
The VBATT™ includes a collection of over 1,200 high-resolution images and skill cards categorized into 46 classes, including a comprehensive match-to-sample section. Each task protocol contains indexed images and data collection forms. Also included is an Instructor's Guide detailing how this program can be utilized to set up and monitor a VB program in a wide variety of educational settings.
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Essential for Living is the most innovative and comprehensive functional skills curriculum, assessment, and teaching manual on the market today. The Essential for Living Professional Practitioner's Handbook is designed for verbal and non-verbal children and adults of all ages with moderate-to-severe intellectual or developmental disabilities, including, but not limited to, autism. It is also designed for children and adults with multiple handicaps, including those who are deaf and blind or medically fragile. It is currently used by teachers, transition coordinators, case managers, speech-language pathologists, and behavior analysts in public school classrooms, school-to-adult transition programs, private schools, and ABA centers, along with vocational and residential programs.
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|08/06/18 - 08/09/18||Penn State National Autism Conference*|
|08/13/18 - 08/15/18||Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis|
|09/12/18 - 09/15/18||Florida Association for Behavior Analysis*|
|09/19/18 - 09/22/18||European Association for Behavior Analysis*|
|09/21/18 - 09/22/18||Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis|
|09/22/18||New Hampshire Association for Behavior Analysis*|
|09/27/18 - 09/28/18||New York State Association for Behavior Analysis*|
|09/27/18 - 09/28/18||Minnesota Northland Association for Behavior Analysis|
*BDS plans to attend