Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Play Works Children’s Therapies is a multidisciplinary pediatric therapy practice located in Hood River, Oregon, servicing the greater Columbia River Gorge region. Play Works provides Speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, feeding therapy/nutrition services, and APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS for children ages 0-18 years.
Provide services primarily via TELEHEALTH, where children access our NEW 3200 sq ft, ABA-centric facility equipped with individual treatment spaces, early childhood learning environment, and motor-sensory gym. Enjoy the ability to collaborate with other pediatric developmental specialists within a model unique to the state of Oregon!
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Our multi-dimensional approach involves clinical treatment while providing in-home, school, and community consultative support for children ages 2 years to 18 years of age, individuating treatment to the specific and unique needs of our patients. We understand that our patients may need more than just behavioral treatment, which is why we are proud to offer wrap-around services which may include speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.
We are Local: Play Works Children’s Therapies is rooted in the Hood River community, where we are committed to helping children and their families make real change in real-time.
Our Model: We value quality services!
- Small Caseloads: Lead a team of up to 12 Behavior Interventionists
- Our clinic provides a collaborative treatment setting, where the behavioral health team is collaborating with Speech, Occupational, and Physical therapies.
- Diverse Treatment Environments include: (a) Early Intervention Program (in-clinic), (b) Transition Team (c) After School Program
- Current Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Sociology, Education or related field
- Expertise in oversight and management of team members
Qualifications (Skills & Abilities):
- Exceptional leadership, interpersonal and time management skills
- Excellent communication skills with executive staff, supervisory staff, and therapists
- Ability to provide positive reinforcement and constructive feedback to motivate staff and achieve desired outcomes
- Work well within collaborative teams to meet individual and corporate goals
- Extensive experience working with a variety of family systems
- Experience managing caseloads and special projects
- Ability to communicate clinical findings and provide recommendations at a variety of meetings with families and funding sources
- Provide client supervision a minimum of 5% direct case management to identify areas of individual deficits and excesses, and to develop and implement individualized goals consistent with evidence-based ABA methodologies
- Conduct clinical meetings as appropriate and ensure comprehensive dissemination of information to staff and families
- Participate in monthly clinical staff meetings
- Ensure contracts and billable hours are completed in accordance with approved authorizations; oversee communication with families and funding sources to ensure program hours are attained
- Effectively carry caseload with an increasing variety of ages, diagnosis and funding source requirements
- Conduct initial and ongoing assessments under supervision, gaining mastery of a variety of protocols (i.e. ABAS, VB-MAPP, BDI, Vineland)
- Maintain all administrative records, client files, and electronic files in accordance with corporate requirements including updated authorizations, contact and client information.
Education: Master's (Required)
License: Oregon BCBA Certification (Required)
Experience: ABA: 3 years (preferred)
Full-Time or Part-Time
Hybrid In-Person and Remote