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Full time- 40 hours per week spread across 6 days:
o Work Monday-Saturday 3 out of 4 weeks
o One Saturday off in a 4 week period – BIA chooses the Saturday
The Behavioral Intervention Aide (BIA) implements behavioral intervention for young children diagnosed with autism. The individualized intervention procedures are designed by a Case Supervisor, supervised by a Senior Behavioral Intervention Aide, and are carried out by the BI Aide working in the child’s home or school. New BI Aides are provided with extensive training on Autism and behavioral intervention techniques. The training is a combination of lecture trainings and hands-on training. The lecture trainings cover diagnosis, research, and basic principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis. The hands-on trainings occur in the client's home, school, or in the community. During the hands-on training the new BI Aides will shadow trained staff to learn how to put theory into practice. The BI Aides are integral to the services provided by the Intensive Behavioral Intervention Program, which is one branch of Nationwide Children's Hospital Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Implement behavioral intervention in the home or school of client
• Attend and participate in weekly team meetings for clients
• Attend weekly staff meetings/training seminars
• Implement all procedures delineated by the Senior Behavioral Intervention Aide and
Behavioral Intervention Case Supervisor, and Psychologist
• Document activities in logbook according to specifications provided
• Seek and accept feedback
• Be prompt and dependable, and make proper notifications in case of scheduling problems
• Maintain appropriate relationships with client and client’s family
• Perform other related duties as required
• Bachelor's Degree in the field of psychology, special education,
Speech/language, or related field
• Successful completion of coursework in Behavioral Psychology is desirable
• Must have reliable transportation and car insurance
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Able to lift child up to 40 lb. and manage physical resistance from child up to age 16
• Constantly must hear, see, speak, and be physically mobile
The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.