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Location: Other..., Byron, Hollister, and Watsonville
Company: YAI

Company Description

Who we are: YAI and its network of affiliate agencies offer children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities a comprehensive range of services. YAI is committed to seeing beyond disability, providing opportunities for people to live, love, work, and learn in their communities. Today, YAI has a team of over 4,000 employees and supports over 20,000 people in the I/DD community. This extraordinary growth shows the ongoing need for these important services and YAI’s success in offering them. YAI supports people with autism, Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy, among others. Operating in New York State, northern New Jersey, and California, YAI now offers more than 300 programs for people of all ages.

Minimum Education Required for Position

Master's Degree

Minimum Certification Required for Position

BCBA Preferred

Job Description + Responsibilities

BCBA and BCaBA's


• The Clinical Supervisor oversees the implementation of the IBSP (Individual Behavior Support Plan) and collaborates with the Administrator and reports directly to the BCBA Director.

• The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for working directly with the RBTs and Lead RBTs and providing supervision as per BACB guidelines.

• The Clinical Supervisor will model the approach that emphasizes positive behavior supports, person-centered practices and trauma-informed care in their practice.

• The Clinical Supervisor will utilize best practices when conducting FBA and developing IBSPs.

• The Clinical Supervisor will use objectives to plan, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of the interventions.

• The Clinical Supervisor employs an array of empirically validated teaching strategies- modeling, incidental teaching, task analysis, chaining, and activity-embedded instructions.

• The Clinical Supervisor incorporates a variety of techniques to help with skill building- prompting, errorless teaching, maximizing learning opportunities, effective reinforcement, preference assessment, and choice procedures.

• The Clinical Supervisor will employ a wide range of strategies for skill acquisition and skill generalization over time and across people, settings, situations, and activities. ads to the RBT and Lead RBTs within the home.

Salary, Benefits, + Opportunities


• Competitive pay based on experience (85,000-100,000 per year)

• CEU Reimbursement

• Only 4 individuals (clients) within the Community Crisis Home and/or Enhanced Behavior Support Home

• Flexible schedule

• Vacation

• Retirement plan

• Position competencies to set goals to grow

• On-going high-quality training to develop clinical skills

• One location, no driving to multiple locations!

Other Requirements


• Minimum two years’ prior experience in designing, supervising and implementing behavior modification services as the following:

• Must be: 1) BCBA, or 2) BCaBA, or 3) LCSW, or 4) LMFT, or 5) Psychologist licensed by the California Board of Psychology, or 6) A professional with a California licensure, which permits the design of behavior modification intervention services.

• 8-hour Supervisor Training (providing RBT supervision)

• Good standing and active with the BACB

How To Apply

Please submit your resume to [email protected]

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