The Behavior Specialist works with individuals, teams and the Associate Director to
assess and develop behavior support plans for addressing behaviors that interfere with a student’s daily functioning.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following but limited to:
- Acts as a primary resource to staff in understanding disabilities and
positive behavioral support.
- Provides ongoing in-service training to staff on disabilities and
behavioral support as well as concepts and procedures for functional
behavioral analysis, including methods for gathering and summarizing
- Models positive behavioral support in an integrated team environment.
- Performs direct observation of students for behavioral assessments and
- Conducts behavioral assessments and writes behavior plans under the
supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Master's degree from a regionally accredited college in psychology,
special education or related field and two years related experience
and/or training. BCBA preferred. Opportunity to receive BCaBA and BCBA
supervision. Eligibility for Applied Behavioral Analyst certification.
A valid NYS drivers license and daily use of a motor vehicle.
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