Employment2019-04-16T14:02:06+00:00

Employment Opportunities

Behavioral Autism Therapies, LLC (B.A.T.) is currently expanding our team, and have positions available for Direct Service Staff, Clinical Supervisors and Office Administrators.

B.A.T. is now offering on-site classes in collaboration with National University for a Master’s Degree in Education, with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).  In addition, Behavioral Autism Therapies is also offering RBT Certification.

If you’re an interested candidate and meet the following minimum qualifications, please email your resume to info@behavioralautismtherapies.com.

Minimum Qualifications for Direct Services Staff

Education:
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a human services field (which may include, but is not limited to Education, Psychology, Counseling, Behavior Analysis, Social Work or Rehabilitation) from a four-year accredited college or university, which includes a minimum of 12-semester units in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
The Behavior Therapist will be responsible for providing in-home services to children with developmental disabilities, under the management of the Clinical Supervisor and Program Director.

Experience:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           At least one year of experience implementing behavioral services, with a minimum understanding of ABA/DTT and be able to pass a competency test with at least an 80% score. The Behavior Therapist should also possess the following skills:

  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Have a professional demeanor, be well-organized, and detailed

  • Demonstrate skills consistent with serving culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high socially economic status areas

  • Comfortable working in various home environments (studio apartment, housing project, etc.) of families with limited resources

  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries, professional composure, work well under pressure and politely interact with individuals and families

  • Familiarity with funding provider standards and procedures

  • Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills to interact with clients, family members, and agency’s staff

  • Ability to politely interact with individuals and families

  • Maintain professionalism if and when a client aggresses, self-injures, tantrums, screams, etc.

  • Ability to implement ABA/behavior modification strategies and Discrete Trial Training (DTT) under agency supervision

  • Ability to accept, follow, and implement direction from Clinical Supervisor and/or Program Director

  • Demonstrate understanding of reporting consumer abuse and reporting special incidences, and be able to manage behavioral emergencies

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Minimum Qualifications for Office Billing Administrator

Education:
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a human services field (which may include, but is not limited to Education, Psychology, Counseling, Behavior Analysis, Social Work or Rehabilitation) from a four-year accredited college or university, which includes a minimum of 12-semester units in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Experience: 
At least 1 year of medical billing experience required, behavioral health billing preferred.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
The Office Billing Administrator will be working hand-in-hand with the Office Manager and the billing team to ensure that the billing process is operating smoothly and efficiently.  The job responsibilities of the Lead Billing Administrator include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Submitting claims accurately, efficiently, and by the assigned deadline for each funding source

  • Following up on claims submitted daily, so that they can be proactively working on any claim rejections, corrections, and resubmissions

  • Following up on any unbillable services-request for any pending authorizations, communicate with funding sources on any outstanding authorizations that have not been received, request corrections to any authorizations, etc.

  • Updating NPA Works with inputting weekly authorizations received, in order for schedules to be rendered and claims to be submitted; making sure that these authorizations are inputted accurately

  • Working with Office Manager on updating report lists, and communicating with the clinical team during weekly meeting on any outstanding reports that need to be submitted so that authorizations can be requeste

  • Assisting verifying eligibility for Medi-cal members daily, to ensure authorizations are valid

  • Auditing electronic timesheets for payroll, ensuring that sessions are rendered and authorized signatures are being captured so that all employees’ hours are calculated correctly for each payroll period

  • Ensuring that billing team is double checking timesheets for accuracy prior to accepting them, and following up on employees who are not submitting timesheets on time

  • Attending weekly meetings (Mondays) with the Administrative Team to discuss status of billing process

  • Attending weekly meeting with the Administrative Director/Office Manager to review billing receivables, referrals, and authorizations

  • Checking in with the Office Manager and/or HR Generalist daily to address any issues/concerns

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Minimum Qualifications for Assistant Clinical Director

Education: 
Master’s degree in the field of psychology, education, behavior analysis or other related field AND a certificate as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) from the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB).

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
The Assistant Clinical Director serves as a member of the clinical team providing support, guidance, direction and supervision to assigned Lead Therapists/Therapists.  The Assistant Clinical Director is required to provide supervision and direct contact services to individual clients and monitor staff under the direction of the Clinical Director and/or Executive Director.  The supervisor must hold a BCBA to be able to write reports, conduct assessments, and supervise Lead Therapist/Therapists.

Supervisors must satisfy minimum qualifications for direct services staff as well as:

Experience:
At least 3 years experience in the provision of behavioral services, which should include at least 1 year of supervisory/management responsibilities. This clinical experience should include the following skills:

  • Ability to provide direct service to individuals with varying diagnoses, diverse levels of functioning, and a broad range of ages

  • Support with individual client program development across skill levels, moderate to severe problem behaviors, and service delivery settings (i.e., home, school, community)

  • Strong clinical, administrative and leadership Skills

  • Foundation skills related to report writing

  • Experience with all Microsoft Office programs

  • Familiarity with funding provider standards and procedures

  • Self-motivated, responsible, honest, articulate, excellent time management skills, and able to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Have a professional demeanor, be well-organized, and detailed

  • Demonstrate skills consistent with serving culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high socially economic status areas

  • Comfortable working in various home environments (studio apartment, housing project, etc.) of families with limited resources

  • Maintains professional boundaries, professional composure, work well under pressure and politely interact with individuals and families

  • Demonstrates effective communication skills to interact with clients, family members, and agency’s staff

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Minimum Qualifications for Direct Service Supervisors (Clinical Supervisor)

Education: 
Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) recognized by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
The Clinical Supervisor serves as a member of the clinical team providing support, guidance, direction, and supervision to assigned Behavioral Therapist. The Clinical Supervisor is required to provide supervision and direct contact services to individual clients and monitor staff under the direction of the Program Director.

Supervisors must satisfy minimum qualifications for direct services staff as well as:

Experience:
At least 3 years experience in the provision of behavioral services, which should include at least 1 year of supervisory/management responsibilities. This clinical experience should include the following skills:

  • Ability to provide direct service to individuals with varying diagnoses, diverse levels of functioning, and a broad range of ages

  • Support with individual client program development across skill levels, moderate to severe problem behaviors, and service delivery settings (i.e., home, school, community)

  • Strong clinical, administrative and leadership Skills

  • Foundation skills related to report writing

  • Experience with all Microsoft Office programs

  • Familiarity with funding provider standards and procedures

  • Self-motivated, responsible, honest, articulate, excellent time management skills, and able to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Have a professional demeanor, be well-organized, and detailed

  • Demonstrate skills consistent with serving culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high socially economic status areas

  • Comfortable working in various home environments (studio apartment, housing project, etc.) of families with limited resources

  • Maintains professional boundaries, professional composure, work well under pressure and politely interact with individuals and families

  • Demonstrates effective communication skills to interact with clients, family members, and agency’s staff

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