There are many people involved behind the scenes with IABA, but here is a look at some of the positions that work directly with clients and their families.
Clinical Director/Supervisor: Ensures quality outcome for clients as defined by company and industry standards. Supervises the regional operations and intakes, maintains a supportive work environment. A clinical supervisor has a bigger caseload and directly supervises BCBAs and RBTs in their region, as well as works on miscellaneous projects that directly impact the BCBAs.
BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst): Involved in development, implementation and evaluation of interventions, as well as supervises the in-home program and clinic services.
LRT (Lead Regional Therapist): Responsible for training new RBTs, supports team of BCBAs, ensures clients receive direct therapy hours within their region when permanent staff are either not identified or need to cancel sessions.
PM (Program Manager): A BCBA who is working toward certification.
Clinic Instructor: Runs a classroom setting in an all-day ABA Clinic for children aged two and a half to six years of age. Responsible for creating a preschool-like setting to prepare children with autism for general education.
Intake Coordinator: Is in direct contact with families about the intake process and provides information about IABA services.
Scheduler: Communicates new scheduling policies to all clients.
Billing Specialist: Responsible for supporting families with insurance, billing and authorization questions.
Current Job Posts
IABA is often looking for quality employees to join our experienced team. You can find current open positions here.
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