Under supervision of the Director of Clinical Services, the Behavioral Analyst/Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Specialist contributes as a member of a multi-disciplinary team supporting the community-integrated rehabilitation of adults with brain injuries. Primary functions include 1) conducting clinical assessments at intake, admission, and throughout care within our agency covering rehabilitation, skill development, and behavior management needs 2) development of intervention plans to address skill development and rehabilitation protocols implemented by direct support staff, 3) serving as clinical consultant to a caseload of residential programs, 4) oversight of rehabilitation and behavioral programs implemented by a direct support staff, 5) continuous staff development and training activities as part of program consultation, 6) collaboration with program administration and leadership in the ongoing performance improvement and systems development, and 7) maintaining optimal relationships with families, program staff, and State caseworkers.
The position requires experience with people with acquired brain injuries (ABI) and rehabilitation. The position requires an advanced degree in a field with direct applicability to community-based rehabilitation for people with ABI (MA/MS in mental health, rehabilitation, applied behavior analysis, psychology, and related fields). The clinician must be able to effectively form positive relationships and collaborate with participants, co-workers, and all stakeholders.