Warren County ESC (learn more)

Dayton Area School Consortium

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Job Details

  • Job ID: 3866215
  • Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
  • Re-posted: August 3, 2022

Job Description

Warren County Educational Service Center
Equal Opportunity Employer

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)  22.23 School Year
Location - Western Row Campus, Mason Ohio
Full time - 5 days a week
Postion Start will be August 2022

  • Master’s Degree with emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education, or related field
  • Must have current Board Certified Behavior Analyst Certification
  • Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst
  • At least 2 years working as a BCBA in the school setting preferred
  • Experience working with students with autism, developmental disabilities and/or behavioral challenges preferred
  • Access to motor vehicle
  • Effective communication and leadership skills
  • Ability to work independently and demonstrate self-initiative
  • Ability to manage time and maintain structure
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds unassisted
  • Ability to maneuver stairs unassisted
  • Pass criminal background check
General Duties:                      
  • Develops and implements appropriate written functional behavior assessments and behavioral intervention methods for use in familiar/unfamiliar situations for a range of cases
  • Assists staff in: defining and measuring behavior, understanding principles of reinforcement, teaching new behavior, implementing strategies for decreasing behavior and identifying antecedents
  • Participates in child study/school teams, provides feedback on behavioral assessments, interventions, and strategies
  • Provide technical support and in-service training programs for teachers and other staff on applied behavior analysis including: discrete trail training, classroom schedules, overall classroom management, data collection, and the implementation of specific instructional and behavioral strategies in the student’s natural environment
  • Consults and provides staff training to support intervention plans at school and in the home and community
  • Conduct classroom and individual student observations to support behavior across all environments
  • Attend and participate in ETR and IEP meetings when appropriate
  • Provides regular services reviews to ensure ongoing compliance with implementation of behavior plans as well as Individual Education Programs and possibly 504 Accommodation Plans
  • Assist staff with collecting, analyzing, and summarizing behavioral data and recommended appropriate instructional modifications to develop appropriate interventions related to student behaviors that are interfering with learning
  • Serves as a liaison between school and other agencies
  • Provides programming supervision and support of BCBA, RBT’s and/or Paraprofessionals
  • Demonstrates the ability to maintain strict confidentiality concerning students enrolled in program, their process, and other personally identifiable information
  • Assume responsibility for professional growth and development by remaining current in the literature and best practices that inform the field
  • Has ability to physically intervene with students (e.g. lifting, carrying, holding, physically guiding)
  • Maintains a positive working relationship with all school personnel.
  • Models appropriate dress, language and conduct as a professional educator.
  • Effectively completes other job performance criteria as assigned.
  • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.
  • Performs all duties in conformity to the adopted Board Policy.
  • Displays professional appearance.
  • Performs in a professional manner.
Other Duties and
  • In case of absence, notify the principal/director or his/her designee as early as possible.
  • Fill out appropriate forms when necessary: sick, personal, professional leave statements, reimbursement forms, etc. 
  • Attend scheduled meetings called by the administration.
  • Serves as a role model for educators and students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible human beings.
  • Helps instill in students and staff the belief in and practiced of ethical principles and democratic values.
  • Shall perform such other duties as the principal/director may assign/determine.
  • The employee shall remain free of any alcohol or nonprescribed controlled substance abuse in the workplace throughout his/her employment in the County/District.
  • Observes Risk Reduction Safety Rules and Regulations of the Warren County ESC and School Districts, State, Federal, OSHA laws and will be evaluated to the extent of compliance and implementation as an employee of such rules and regulations for safety in the workplace while visiting such sites in line of work duties.
Additional Working
  • Possible exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue.
  • Possible operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions.
  • Possible interaction among unruly children.
  • Position Type: Part-time
  • Job Category: Special Education > Behavior Specialist / EBD
  • Contact Information

    • ITC ITC
    • 8050 N High Street, Suite 150
    • Columbus, Ohio 43235

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