Applied Behavior Analyst (ABA)

 

Center for Health Service helps children and adults with special needs, our commitment is to improve lives we provide education, health care, support, fund research, increasing awareness and advocate advocating for children and adults with social, learning, developmental disabilities and genetic disorders. Our goal is to provide services to families with Autism, Down Syndrome, Sickle Cell Disease and Diabetes. We partner with health care facilities, schools, corporations, families and communities in the Chicagoland area.

 

Center for Health Services is a 501(c)(3) organization offering many leadership and growth opportunities, including presentations, research, mentoring and projects.

 

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is responsible for evaluation, creation and implementation of ABA therapy plans with accurate and reliable data collection, consultation and training with family and staff. The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) collaborate with other behavior analysis, board certified behavior analyst, speech therapist and staff members to create and maintain therapy plans that address all behavioral and skill acquisition needs of the clients. You will have the opportunity to work with children of all ages, young adults and adults diagnoses, including autism spectrum disorders, down syndrome, ADHD, and other behavior disorders, mostly children with intellectual disabilities.

 

**Board Certified Behavior Analyst a plus**

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain a comprehensive therapy plan for each client: long range goals, short range objectives, activities related to these objectives 

       and an evaluation of progress toward these objectives

  • Collaborate and communicate with relevant effective and efficient implementation of therapy plans.

  • Create and implement individual treatment programs for children and adults

  • Continue evaluating patients to determine appropriate programming, frequency and therapy plan

  • Evaluate and prepare required reports as requested from parents/guardians.

  • Consult and plan with the client’s family concerning their progress in development.

  • Arrange parent/therapist meetings when appropriate to maintain communication and training with the family.

  • Work both one-on-one and in groups with your clients.

  • You will have the independence and flexibility to plan your own sessions with clients

  • Maintain collaboration and communication with parents, teachers, allied disciplines, and physicians by completing progress and 

        evaluation reports.

  • Attend meetings, team to share material, concerns, and new techniques and concepts.

  • Provide input and assist in the ongoing growth and development of the Center for Health Services

  • Willing to work in various environments.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) a plus
Excellent communication and writing skills
Ability to interact in a positive manner with fellow staff members, families and client
Flexibility and dependability
Organizational and consulting skills
Behavior management skills
ABA experience a plus
First Aid/CPR/ CPI training preferred
Some college experience or AA, BS, or BA degree preferred
Experience with children with special needs required
High degree of interest in working with students with autism and independent thinking skills

Flexible part time positions

 

PERKS:
Above-market compensation, paid per-visit
Energetic and supportive company environment
Center for Health Services is an equal opportunity employer.

We are growing quickly and seeking the top talent in the Chicagoland area to uphold the high standards our clients have of us. If you are 

interested in being considered, please apply today!

 

Center for Health Services is an equal opportunity employer

Center for Health Services

Northwest Corporate Center

2500 W Higgins Road, Suite 935

900 Building

Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

info@centerforhealthservices.org

 

 Tel: (847)893-9788

 Fax: (847)983-6181

9:00 am and 5:00 pm (CST)

Monday to Friday

 

 

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