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Monarch Behavioral Therapy BII, LLC Regional Director of Clinical Services - BCBA (CO & OK) in Littleton, Colorado

A Little About our Awesome Company:

Our story begins 20 years ago with our founders, Billy Edwards, Carla Edwards, and Lori Russo who were passionate to help change the lives of children and families with autism. It is incredible to think all of this was created by driven advocates collaborating in their basement. Since 2000, we have developed numerous center-based programs and have held ourselves accountable in providing quality evidence-based interventions and behavioral supports across the nation. Our clients and staff embrace a culture of accountability, compassion, empathy and encourage innovation to become better ABA advocates. We maintain a positive learning environment and have fun in what we do!

Our vision is to build a community which all children can achieve their full potential.

Your Work and How You’ll Make a Difference:

Our RDCS leads a regional market and is responsible for its overall clinical management and quality of services.

As a Regional Director of Clinical Services (RDCS) at Behavioral Innovations you will collaborate with Clinical Directors (BCBA) to develop and evaluate existing treatment programming and new therapy services to ensure best practice guidelines. Essentially, the RDCS will act as our internal auditor and oversee clinical practices and facilitate regional trainings, case reviews, quality assurance checks and resource development to hold our clinicians accountable to our high clinical performance expectations.

The RDCS will define, implement and oversee clinical competencies of clinicians and clinical practices across 20-25 treatment centers, to ensure the highest quality of care and outcomes. Additionally, they work closely with the Regional Director of Operations to support optimal case management, clinical training and clinician accountability.

What we are looking for!

  • Licensed Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA)

  • Masters or Doctorate Degree, required

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience within the field of ABA services

  • Leadership experience, including supervisory roles, overall program development, understanding of key performance indicators and proficiency with professional affiliation and payor regulations

  • Overnight travel required up to 50% of the time, depending on the location of candidate

  • Experience in the training, mentoring and oversight of a clinical team

  • Ability to efficiently multitask in a fast-paced environment, overseeing 30-40 BCBAs, across 20-25 centers

  • Experience with various assessment tools, including VBMAPP, ABLLS, AFLS, VABS-3, etc.

  • Seeking experience designing and implementing treatment plans and recommendations based on results in the initial assessment

  • Experience conducting FBAs and designing behavior intervention plans based on the results

  • Previous experience training new behavior therapists and family members regarding client treatment plans

  • Ability to interpret data and summarize progress within the entire region

  • Ability to implement corporate driven goals, objectives, policies and procedures

  • Maintains confidentiality of all proprietary and/or confidential information

  • Must understand and follow company policies including harassment and compliance procedures

  • Remain current with new research, current trends and developments related to autism, special education, and other fields

Why Choose Behavioral Innovations?

  • Base Salary: $90,000 - $100,000

  • Annual Incentive Bonus (up to 15%)

  • 20 days PTO + 7 paid holidays

  • Outstanding Medical Benefit plan options: low co-pays, tele-medicine, and low-cost prescriptions

  • Dental/Vision plans, Flex Spending & Dependent Care account

  • 401K - eligible to participate within 30 days of start date

  • Group Life, Accidental Death, Voluntary Life & Short-Term Disability options

  • Ongoing Professional & Career Development

  • Employee Discounts to health clubs, movies, concerts and more

  • Center staff are REQUIRED to wear facemasks to ensure the safety of our kiddos and others

  • A chance to make a meaningful impact on the life of the children served and their families

  • Treatment center hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 8 AM – 6 PM

  • Our Pledge to Service holds us accountable to safety and health during COVID-19 (see below)

Our Pledge to Service

We hold ourselves ACCOUNTABLE to safety and health:

  • Ensure the highest standards of workplace safety to meet, or exceed the Centers for Disease Control guidelines for virus containment:

  • BI will protect our clients by complying with the most up to date recommendations set forth by the CDC and WHO, as well as the BACB.

  • BI will protect staff members, their families and our communities to the best of our ability while continuing to provide essential services.

We will not operate business as usual, but will make the following key structural changes based on the CDC and WHO recommendations, to fulfill our FAMILY Focused values:

  • Refer to professional and accreditation entities when making decisions regarding essential and nonessential services.

  • Prioritize team member safety by complying with all current CDC guidelines.

  • Practice the appropriate, essential and prudent use of PPE.

  • Communicate frequently by providing all employee Town Hall meetings to share updates, changes in center protocols and strategic initiatives to cover the safety and health of our team members and families.

Be a RDCS at Behavioral Innovations. Hope starts here!

Job ID: 2021-2962

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Street: 8151 Southpark Lane, Suite 100

Telecommute: No