Remote BCBA Supervisor (Spanish Speaking)

Are you ready to join an award-winning culture and help kids succeed in the process? Join us at Coyne….

Check us out! Coyne is one of the highest-rated ABA Agencies on Glassdoor and is a local Top Workplace™ (awarded in 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2021, 2022) and was recently awarded 2023 Top Workplace™ USA!

Why is Coyne & Associates the best option for you?

  • Coyne is renowned for providing the best staff training in the region! You will work with amazing colleagues and RBTs
  • Coyne’s mission is to be a model of excellence in early intervention service delivery; we are “First Responders” working with newly diagnosed kiddos and their families. Our clinical philosophy and core values all emanate from the goal of achieving the best outcomes with these toddlers and young children

Our BCBA’s receive:

  • Highly Competitive Compensation – DOE (Paid Hourly up to $37 – $41/hr)
  • Manageable Caseloads! An organization that truly values Life/Work balance! Productivity requirement – 95 Billable Hours (~ 4.52 Per Day)
  • PTO or Cash Productivity Bonuses (100+ Field Hours)
  • Monthly Supervisor Team Meeting – Focused Topics and Open Floor Conversation for Collaboration
  • Dedicated Scheduling Team Managing Family and BI Sessions
  • Comprehensive benefit plans including a 401k
  • The best hands-on ABA training and mentorship in Southern California – where technicians actively learn shadowing kids in the field
  • Up to 22 days of paid time off per year (Plus 10 paid Holidays)
  • Paid professional development days
  • Access to free CEU’s through CASP Website
  • MacBook and company iPhone

At Coyne, we lead by example. We love our jobs, and our behavior is reinforced by the positive and professional interactions we have with our colleagues, and by the behavior change, we observe in our kiddos.

If this is the type of work environment you are looking for as a BCBA, please consider applying today.

Schedule:

  • The BR-BCBA Program Supervisor is responsible for the oversight of children’s in-home programs and sessions, which are typically scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, Monday through Saturday. Although this is a 100% remote position, in person trainings will be required from time to time as appropriate (e.g., Safety-Care, initial staff training).

Requirements

Qualifications:

  • Must proficiently speak and write both Spanish and English fluently
  • A minimum of 3 years of certification by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing is required
  • Previous tiered supervision experience is preferred
  • Completes the competency based-training covering the BACB’s Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline; completes 3 hours of continuing education related to supervision during each certification cycle
  • Demonstrates advanced clinical case management skills as evidenced by competently providing effective supervision to any type of child who is served by C&A (e.g., to any child aged 12 months to 12 years old, regardless of level of impairment, presence of problem behavior, setting of service delivery, challenging family dynamics, etc.)
  • Demonstrates ability to work well with others, supervise staff, and communicate well with others
  • Demonstrates ability to work independently in meeting deadlines, organizing time, and completing assignments to a high degree of accuracy. These are essential skills since the individual must work in the field with minimum oversight from supervisors
  • Must be able to efficiently monitor direct and indirect billable hours and maintain pre-established productivity targets. Must accurately and independently enter billable hours into the database according to consumer contracts and company policies
  • Demonstrates technical writing skills and ability to write reports to the standards of Company contracts
  • Demonstrates excellent leadership skills and professional conduct

Additional Requirements:

  • Submits a transcript showing a Master’s degree
  • Must be available to virtually respond to and address clinical, personnel, safety and other matters during Operating Hours
  • Must be willing to submit fingerprints to the Department of Justice and FBI, to demonstrate clearance for work with children
  • Maintains a current Tuberculosis (TB) clearance and Basic Life Support (BLS)Training
  • Is familiar with HIPAA and performs duties following HIPAA regulations
  • Performs duties following all laws and regulations regarding rights and practices in areas of equal opportunity, hiring, discrimination, and harassment. Training and certification will be required and assigned as needed
  • Completes annual health and safety trainings and adheres to all policies and procedures, including safety policies and procedures
  • Follows all COVID-19 Health & Safety policies and procedures
  • Maintains good attendance records and punctuality