BCBA/Behavior Analyst

Little Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative (LTVEC) is a public non-profit organization in east Tennessee. LTVEC, as an innovative partner with school systems and communities, is seeking a full-time behavior analyst to provide services in Lenoir City Schools.

Requirements:

Master’s Degree in Psychology, Education, or related field

Current board certification (BCBA)

Current state licensure in Tennessee (LBA) or license-eligible

Eligible to supervise Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and prospective BCBAs

Prior experience in the field of behavioral health, social work, or related field preferred

Must pass all background checks

Valid driver’s license

Conduct functional behavior assessments, develop behavior plans, provide ongoing training and monitoring, and collect and analyze data

Work with a team of dedicated, experienced, and passionate professionals to make a positive impact on a child's life.

Build successful relationships and maximizing family involvement

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/JOB DUTIES

Assess the need for Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan including the development of effective data collection systems.

Assist in development of Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans.

Provide active monitoring of the implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans to ensure plans are implemented consistently and with fidelity.

Improve the ability of administrators, teachers, and other school personnel to foster positive student behavior and provide safe and supportive learning environments.

Provide related professional development activities to all school personnel.

Provide behavioral consultation to school staff on individual students and classroom management.

Train school staff on the execution of Behavioral Intervention Plans.

Respond to behavioral emergency situations in schools throughout the system.

Collaborate with school staff regarding positive behavioral supports and interventions.

Communicate regularly with all school staff regarding assigned caseload.

Attend in-service, staff development activities and other required meetings.

Participate in local, state, or national staff development activities as requested.

Stay abreast of current research and best practices in the field of behavior management.

Maintain appropriate documentation as determined by the supervisor.

Maintain confidentiality and comply with all pertinent federal, state and district regulations and policies.

Attend School Support Team Meetings, Individual Education Plan Team Meetings and other student focused team meetings as necessary or directed by the supervisor.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Report directly to the assigned Supervisor.