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California Autism Center and Learning Group


Case Manager (BCBA)

Location: Central Valley
Company: California Autism Center and Learning Group

Company Description

The California Autism Center (CAC) and Learning Group was founded in 2014 with the intent to bring client-focused center-based ABA services to the Central Valley. We want to build a new kind of center and a new kind of hope for families in the community. We have some of the best, brightest and most talented clinicians in the area. We believe that the center-based model is the most effective method for treating children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Like in-home services, the center-based model still allows for individual treatment plans in addition to supplemental home and community-based services as needed. This model also provides more learning opportunities for clients and increased support for staff.

Our mission is to improve lives and build careers while developing the most advanced network of center-based treatment facilities for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.

Our values are positive, perseverance, and teamwork.

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Minimum Education Required for Position

Master's Degree

Minimum Certification Required for Position

BCBA Preferred

Job Description + Responsibilities

Under the supervision of a Treatment Center Director, Case Managers will provide support clients and their families by coordinating and providing services in applied behavior analysis (ABA), by the function of data analysis, assessments, skill acquisition and implementing behavior reduction procedures as well as teaching adaptive life skills. The Case Manager supervises a treatment team of technicians in the process of initiating and maintaining ABA programs with the help of a Case Assistant while offering support to both. Case Manager oversees the treatment team assigned to each client's case to ensure that we are providing quality services and following all behavior protocols. The Case Managers complete all client reports and other supervisory responsibilities as is appropriate and necessary based on the client's service contract. Other responsibilities and duties include:

Function in a supervisory capacity and provide oversight to all areas of programming and including the training of all direct support staff.

Assist in the development and implementation of assessment tools, to conduct functional assessments and analyses when appropriate, and to develop appropriate behavior strategies to teach appropriate behavior and reduce maladaptive behaviors.

Review and sign off on behavior plans and offer training to direct support staff and provide field supervision when necessary.

Ensure that supervision hours are scheduled and rendered for each client's case with documentation uploaded for each appointment.

Conduct monthly parent meetings for consultation and training to maintain ongoing communication and support for families.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Salary, Benefits, + Opportunities

This position is a full-time salary, exempt position with medical, dental, and vision benefits. Other perks include:

Paid Time off (vacation time, sick time, paid holidays)

$2,000 discretionary budget annually for professional development (Conference travel, workshops, etc.)

Company-paid life insurance

Incremental pay increases based on positive evaluations and clinical hours

Other Requirements

To qualify, you have:

Master's degree from an accredited university in psychology, education, child development, speech and language pathology, or other related fields with specialized knowledge of behavioral health and treatment philosophies and professional practices.

At least three years of related professional experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in a multidisciplinary team setting.

Knowledge of early childhood and autism assessment tools and procedures, and a thorough understanding of child development. Experience developing positive behavior support plans and programs; experience teaching social interaction and play skills.

Knowledge of current methods of techniques of ABA and discrete trial training; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with clients, parents, and professionals; competence in analyzing assessment results, designing appropriate individual treatment plans and behavioral programs and monitoring progress.

Two or more years of experience providing staff direction and developing in a supervisory role.


Certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, or completion of the Master's program and sitting for the exam in less than 3 months.

Valid driver's license with reliable transportation and adequate auto insurance as travel may be required for this position.

CPR and First Aid certified.

California Autism Center and Learning Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation

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