Are you a Behavior Analyst who values non-coercive methods that transform the lives of learners and their families?
Do you want a BCBA career with a top tier salary and to be appropriately compensated for your passion and expertise?
We want YOU to join the TUCCi Learning Solutions team!
Play, Learn, Achieve…
Is how we structure our unique approach to working with our clients. This behavioral programming is based on the Competent Learner Model and incorporates the proven approaches offered by the precision teaching and direct instruction methods. We believe that life changing transformation can happen when we use these non coercive, highly individualized strategies that focus on positive reinforcement.
Who We Are
Tucci Learning Solutions is a vibrant and growing organization with roots in the Central Coast of California and branches in several California counties, states and countries.
For over 40 years we have worked with interventional behavior programming in the communities we serve. TUCCi Team members benefit from the richness of our history and our commitment to be on the cutting edge of Applied Behavior Analysis implementation.
- Work in a collaborative team setting
- Lead the development of individualized behavioral support programs
- Monitor the progress of clients and make program adjustments
- Create positive and collegial relationships with families, other service providers, and agencies
A BCBA career move to join the TUCCi Team includes support to learn, grow, and evolve as behavioral health professionals.
We are seeking qualified BCBA career professionals for all of our service areas.
- Highly competitive full time salary position ($60,000 – $100,000 annually)
- Discounted tuition with university partners
- Type 2 CEU trainings and free CEUs provided in-house
- Health, dental & vision insurance
- Paid sick & vacation time
- Mileage reimbursement
- Flexible scheduling
- Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP)
- Collaborative team dynamics
- Regular interaction with Clinical Director
- And much more…
- Develop behavior programming using principles of applied behavior analysis and the Competent Learner Model.
- Provide collaborative consultation and intervention regarding behavior management, effective teaching and assessments of behavioral need.
- Conduct functional behavioral assessments.
- Design, implement and monitor behavior intervention plans that include staff actions, IEPs, reports, BIPs, ECMPs, crisis intervention plans, etc.
- Set up data collection systems for individual programs and conduct visual inspections and analysis of data; both raw data and e-versions.
- Serve as a member of the IEP team; address behavioral concerns and programming, and represent TUCCi in a professional manner.
- Prepare written reports/treatment plans that meet the reporting criteria for all funding sources.
- Regularly meet with the Clinical Director to review programs.
- Monitor staff in the delivery of programming for learners and assure coordination of goals and objectives.
- Work cooperatively and courteously with internal staff and outside stakeholders including school personnel/administration, outside service providers, regional center personnel, and other agency personnel.
- Conduct billable hours onsite with learner.
- Preview new placement for learners transitioning from behavioral services in conjunction with parents, team members and collateral agencies.
- Collect IOA data on a regular basis.
- Communicate new or amended goals with all team members.
- Collaborate with team in creating data sheets and other needed materials.
- Provide supervision for Registered Behavior Technicians and Behavior Analysts in Training that meets the requirements set forth by the BACB.
- Establish and maintain a collaborative relationship with school staff and parents/guardians regarding the behavior management techniques and information on specific learner needs.
- Implement recent research and practice in applied behavior analysis.
- Awareness and knowledge of research based curricula and the willingness to embed them into additional frameworks.
- Design and implement behavior programs that focus on replacement behaviors.
- Work collaboratively with the Coordinator of Services to designate roles on the team.
- Proficiently use computer programs such as Google Suite and or Word, Excel, etc.
- Input own schedule using company designated scheduling software.
- Independently schedule self to maximize billable hours for all learners.
- Create and maintain up to date programming in online management information system.
- Knowledge of other agencies for recommendations, if needed.
- Ability to provide supportive communication with learners and team members regarding behavioral programming.
- Consistently completes work prior to deadlines.
- Drive self to multiple work sites during the work day.
- Exemplifies the desired culture and philosophies of the organization.
- Attends professional development on training behavior management, Competent Learner Model, progress monitoring, data collection techniques, social skills, etc.
- Progression/completion of all published units in the Competent Learner Model Course of Study.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst in good standing.
Master’s Degree preferably in psychology, education or applied behavior analysis.
Certification and ongoing CEU’s from the BACB to conduct supervision for RBTs, BCaBA and/or Behavior Analysts In Training.
Two or more years experience working with developmentally disabled or emotionally disturbed children and/or adults (preferred).