Case Manager/BCBA - Phoenix, AZ
Center for Autism and Related Disorders - Santa Clara, CA

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Post by Jobing - Great opportunity to work for the Leader in the Industry. The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (CARD) is among the world’s largest and most experienced organizations effectively treating children with autism and related disorders. With US and international reach, CARD touches the lives of hundreds of children and their families.

Through a network of trained therapists, supervisors, and researchers, we develop and implement quality, comprehensive, and personalized treatment programs which may lead to success, and in many cases recovery.We are growing! We are currently hiring Case Managers to work under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor assigned to each client's case to provide top–quality client service. The Case Manager will assist with reports and other supervisory responsibilities as is appropriate and necessary based on the client service contract. The Case Manager will manage the treatment implementation team and provide training to therapists, senior therapists, case managers and client family members.

They conduct initial and on–going assessments, and based on these assessments, design and maintain top quality treatment programs. CARD managers are well–trained experts in the field of ABA treatment for autism.At CARD, we believe that our clients' programs are only as good as their therapy teams. As such, CARD is dedicated to ensuring that all of our employees receive the best in training, supervision, and benefits.We strongly encourage our staff to take advantage of the numerous benefits that CARD has to offer: RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead, supervise and mentor treatment team of therapists. Exercise discretion and independent judgment in the management of client services and supervision of treatment team based on CARD policies & procedures.

Set and achieve performance goals with client, client guardian, and treatment teams. Prepare and review quarterly performance evaluations of treatment team, including recommendations as to advancement or other changes in status. Hold quarterly coaching sessions for treatment team. Handle treatment team complaints and grievances.

Assist with training of staff. Determine techniques to be used in implementation of terms of any treatment contracts CARD has with outside agencies; ensure 100% contract fulfillment for assigned clients; based on this, supervise Office Administrative staff with regards to appropriate meetings and therapy times Implement and represent CARD policy enthusiastically. Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders . Conduct initial and on–going client assessments, and based on these assessments, design and maintain top quality treatment programs.

Conduct program design functions during regularly scheduled client meetings. Help implement CARD treatment models such as the CARD Curriculum©. Oversee and maintain accurate and organized client notes, data, and reports for internal and external stakeholders. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Competitive salary based on experience Paid travel time, training time, and office time Exceptional paid training program Opportunities to work on research and development projects Qualified employees earn medical/dental insurance, 401k, supplemental insurance, life insurance, medical savings plan Opportunities for advancement US & international travel opportunities Qualified full–time employees earn paid vacation, sick and holiday payMinimum Qualifications • Attainment of one of the following certifications: BCBA • Strong communication skills (speaking and listening) • No past criminal history • Passion for working with children

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