Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Concord Public Schools and Concord-Carlisle Regional School District – Concord, MA
Concord Public Schools and the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District are seeking a full-time BCBA. The BCBA will consult to specialized programs across the districts and to the staff of students with social/emotional/behavioral needs, mental health disabilities, and autism spectrum disorders. The successful candidate will have experience working in a public-school setting and will excel in working collaboratively with educators, administrators, and parents. The BCBA must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: - Work under the Director of Student Services- Develop Behavior Intervention Plans- Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments- Administer testing and create Intensive Teaching programs for students with ASD requiring discrete trial instruction- Participate in IEP development- Complete student Progress Reports, as appropriate- Consult to school teams about specific students and offer recommendations for accommodations and modifications to help students succeed- Provide staff with resources and tools and in-class modeling of techniques- Develop and oversee data collection methods to track students behavioral progress- Supervise and support RBTs and ABA tutors across the district- Provide professional development and training- Collaborate with teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals and parents to design comprehensive supports for inclusion in general education settings- Assist in the development of substantially separate programs designed for students with ASD or social/emotional/behavioral disabilities district-wide- Respond to behavioral crises as needs arise- Other related, assigned dutiesSalary: $83,746.00 ~ $110,045.00 depending on experienceInterested candidates please apply online at www.concordps.org/administration/human resourcesIt is the policy of the Concord Public Schools and the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, gender identity, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, age, or disability in its education programs, services, activities or employment practices.