Behavioral Psychology - Maryland

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JOB ID 62236

In accordance with the needs of the ages of the population served by KKI, the Clinical Services Coordinator III will provide administrative leadership and coordination to program projects and goals and will also provide developmentally appropriate play activities for children in between feeding therapy sessions; parent training in behavioral management strategies throughout a patient’s admission; and direct and train playroom staff in the care of patients in the Feeding Program. This individual will participate in strategic planning, development, and implementation of program objectives.


  • Provide a safe and developmentally appropriate environment for the children during their admission, including the implementation of behavioral management techniques.
  • Direct and train other program staff in appropriate developmental activities to be used with the children.
  • Conduct parent training in the use of behavioral management techniques.
  • Conduct appropriate developmental and behavioral assessments when needed.
  • Coordinate Program Evaluation, Treatment Integrity, and Performance Improvement projects.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary activities including planning meetings, peer review, inpatient rounds, discharge planning, case conferences, and consultations with the behavioral team.
  • Participate in ongoing staff development programs and coordinate development of competency-based training materials.
  • Assist with the implementation of research activities as necessary to achieve program goals, including data collection and scoring, planning of daily activities and conduct of independent variables as specified.
  • Maintain program activities in the absence of Faculty supervisors.

  • Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in psychology, behavior analysis, education or allied discipline is required.
    • Minimum three years experience working with the design and implementation of treatment programs is required. This experience should include training in applied behavior analysis with an emphasis on programming for the developmentally disabled population.
    • Experience working with staff, children and/or families in a teaching, training, or behavior management capacity highly preferred.

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