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Northeast Family Services 

RI Phone: (401) 681-4637 | MA Phone: (774) 206-1125

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Rhode Island Job Openings

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

The Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) position involves providing and supervising Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in both clinical and home-based settings. The BCBA will formulate and implement treatment plans, conduct regular parent trainings and collaborate with team members to ensure effective implementation of the behavior plan.


Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the completion of behavioral assessments, short and long-term consultations and direct treatment planning

  • Confer with members of the direct support staff and other health team members to exchange, discuss, and evaluate client information for planning, modifying, and coordinating treatment plans

  • Work with clients, families, caregivers, direct support staff, and the community to implement the client's treatment plan

  • Provide parent training, resources and guidance in behavioral interventions and the basics of ABA in order to support the client’s behavior plan.

  • Supervise and evaluate the performance of the direct care staff to ensure proper implementation of treatment plan; provide training and guidance as needed

  • Function as an active member of the treatment team at meetings and supervisions

  • Review direct support staff documentation and data collection; provide feedback as needed

  • Complete necessary documenting (i.e. supervision summaries, program updates, overlaps, etc.)

  • Collect data for each goal/objective in a treatment plan to determine effectiveness of interventions

  • Initiate contact with new referrals and/or referral sources in a timely manner.

 

Required Experience

  • Experience in applied settings developing and implementing behavioral interventions and teaching programs

  • Master's Degree or PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Psychology, or related field

  • BCBA/BCBA-D credential preferred; BCaBA acceptable under additional supervision or BCBA licensed as LBA

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

Clinical Supervisor 

The Clinical Supervisor will serve as the primary therapist and contact for our in-home clients and will assist in the daily oversight and operations of the outpatient, in-home therapy, and therapeutic mentoring programs. The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for the management of the direct care staff along with the content and implementation of in-home treatment plans. The successful candidate will work to prioritize access to care, make appropriate assignments to staff based on skills, and ensure a cohesive and integrated approach to care.

 

Responsibilities

  • Lead the intake process for newly referred individuals including performing assessments, obtaining authorizations, completing crisis plans and creating individualized treatment plans with appropriate measurable and realistic goals

  • Ensure clients receive quality and professional services

  • Provide direct clinical interventions and adapt the client’s treatment plans as needed

  • Manages caregivers and field staff while on assignment and in the office; assess and investigate caregiver and field staff concerns and issues, and provide performance coaching, counseling and disciplinary action when appropriate

  • Demonstrates implementation of treatment plan through direct instruction and training; teach and model clinical interventions and strength-based strategies

  • Meet regularly with treatment team and caregivers to ensure proper implementation of the treatment plan, address specific target areas, review overall progress toward goals, and discuss changes to the treatment plan if needed

  • Ensure compliance, accuracy and quality of documentation and clinical records

  • Assist in the interviewing, hiring, orientation, and training of In-Home Therapy, Outreach and Therapeutic Mentoring staff

  • Assist Program Director in developing and revising program policies and procedures

 

Required Experience

  • LCSW, LICSW or LMHC license from the State of Rhode Island – SW license supervision provided

  • BCBA or BCaBA

  • Two years of related clinical experience working with children, adolescents and young adults

  • Valid driver’s license with reliable and consistent access to a vehicle

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Demonstrated critical thinking skills

  • Proficient with supervision, service delivery and case management fundamentals

  • Experience in quality management preferred

  • Proficiency with computers, including Microsoft Office

Bookkeeper/Finance Coordinator

The Bookkeeper/Finance Coordinator will be responsible for the accounting operations of the company including accounts receivable, accounts payable, bookkeeping, financial reporting, budgeting and the maintenance of all accounting records. You will be expected to enhance the accuracy of the company’s financial records and mitigate risks.

 

Responsibilities

  • Oversee the operations of the billing department and accounts payable ensuring that accounting procedures including accounts payable, month end and year-end closings are adhered to

  • Review & process transactions, support documents, journal postings, etc. for accuracy, consistency, completeness and compliance; monitor transactions in accounting systems for clearing and outstanding items

  • Generate standardized financial reports

  • Monitor debt levels

  • Maintain accounting/finance departmental files

 

Required Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in finance, accounting or related field preferred or equivalent business experience

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in related field

  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel with Advanced Excel skills to include knowledge of pivot tables and formulas

  • Strong oral and written communication skills, and an ability to analyze processes and conceptualize solutions

  • Demonstrated knowledge of financial/business analysis techniques, and an ability to effectively resolve problems and negotiate solutions that balance multiple needs and interest

  • Requires an ability to prepare clear, concise documentation and procedures, as well as strong organizational and interpersonal skills

  • Cognizant of multiple deadlines and workflows

  • Knowledge of Behavioral health systems preferred

  • Supervisory and leadership experience required

 

**Preference will be given to candidates with the Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designations**

Outpatient Clinician 

We are looking for dynamic clinicians to join our team supporting children, families, and adult clients to enhance school, family, behavioral, and emotional well-being. Outpatient Clinicians are responsible for ongoing assessment, treatment planning, implementation of interventions, case management, and development of all treatment documents and discharge planning. Clinicians need to value flexibility, work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team, and possess the ability to respond to crises as needed.


Responsibilities

  • Assess clients or family’s needs, and eligibility for services

  • Provide individual therapy and family therapy to children, adolescents and adults

  • Assist in implementing behavior plans and programs developed by the Clinical Supervisor

  • Coordinate, arrange and monitor continuity of care

  • Develop and maintain client case records, notes, plans, and reports

  • Actively participate in supervision, and attend regularly scheduled group supervision and team meetings as needed

 

Required Experience

  • Master's degree in a relevant discipline such as: Psychology, School Psychology, Counseling Psychology or Social Work

  • Independent license (LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, HSP) or must be license eligible

  • Experience in outpatient treatment and/or schools preferred

  • Proficiency in the use of computer systems for clinical information management

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; demonstrated ability to produce written reports in a timely manner

Direct Service Worker (HBTS/PASS) 

The Direct Service Worker will be responsible for providing intensive treatment in the home and/or the community to children and young adults with developmental, emotional, social, and/or physical difficulties. You will provide direct behavioral therapy, role modeling & training to parents and families, and support by promoting individualized, person-centered, services consistent with a therapeutic treatment plan developed by a licenses Clinical Supervisor. Home-Based Therapeutic Services (HBTS) staff meet monthly with a Clinical Supervisor to gain useful training, gain clinical support and deliver information to help support the child/young adult in meeting their plan goals.


Responsibilities

  • Provide specialized treatment and/or treatment support to children aged 3-21 years in all areas identified through the HBTS behavior plan; working one on one in the home/community

  • Write organized and in-depth daily contact notes and keep data collection on service plan goals

  • Provide feedback and ongoing communication with the Clinical Supervisor

  • Attend company and department specific trainings and meetings

 

Required Experience

  • Must be at least 19 years of age and have a high-school diploma or equivalent

  • Two years of experience working with children with special needs, or an Associate’s degree in human services (i.e. psychology, counseling, child development, education, nursing, etc.), or be currently enrolled in not less than six (6) semester hours of relevant undergraduate coursework

  • Must be able to clear DCYF and BCI clearance check

  • Able to read, write and speak English

  • Valid driver’s license, safe driving record, auto insurance, and access to a vehicle to be used as directed and when needed for transport

  • Ability to work after school hours, nights and weekends

Compensation

HBTS: $14.00-$17.00 per hour

PASS: $11.00-$13.75 per hour