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Make a difference. Work with us by providing evidence-based ABA Therapy. Compass therapists and behavior analysts have the opportunity to work in an environment where ABA is practiced and valued. Individuals who join the Compass team can find an abundance of opportunity, professional growth, and personal satisfactionCompass Behavioral & Developmental Consultants, LLC, is an autism spectrum disorder consulting and treatment company that provides support for children and adults with an autism spectrum disorder, and their families. We work in the clinic with clients as well as in client's homes.

We are seeking a candidates with Masters in Psychology experianced working with Autism population, Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) as well as RBT/QASP-S to join our team of ABA specialists for a full or part time caseload in several clinic locations through out Georgia ande South Carolina.

We provide independent field work supervision for candidates looking to advence in the field. We provide tuition for employees.

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  • Job description

    We are looking for an Area Clinic Director for our Hinesville, GA.

    At Compass we believe that changing the world for children with autism starts with building the very best team. Come be a part of our collaborative culture where you can expect growth and a team that will work together toward a common goal. The Clinic Director is an exempt leadership role responsible for the clinical case management and quality of all client programs within the center. This position works collaboratively with the Regional Director to ensure all clinical staff are well-trained and supported so that clients and their families receive the highest quality of treatment

    This position is in Our Hinesville, GA Clinic.

    · Relocation Assistance

    · Competitive Pay Structures with bonuses included. Range varies based on experience and location.

    · No evening or weekend hours: we promote the positive work-life balance that you deserve!

    · Manageable caseload with consistent emphasis on clinical quality and employee support.

    · Assistants available to assist and train RBTs.

    · Additional Perks:

    • Free internal CEU opportunities
    • Professional growth opportunities for every career path!
    • ABAI/FABA Conference attendance fully paid
    • Comprehensive employee benefits package including health, dental, HSA, 401k match, PTO, paid holidays and wellness resources
    • Health insurance
    • Paid time off
    • Dental insurance
    • 401(k)
    • Vision insurance
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • Flexible spending account
    • Health savings account
    • Relocation assistance
    • Professional development assistance


    • Supervise cases and assist in case assignments.
    • Work side by side with other Area Clinical Directors as well as admin staff.
    • Mentor and manage clinical staff to ensure confidence, performance, quality, productivity, and morale.
    • Proactively review scheduled BCBA and RBT hours and address concerns / conflicts and ensure billed hours targets
    • Review Clinical Audit
    • Meet budget targets
    • Work with RBT managers making sure all staff is upholding clinical standards as well as company policy.
    • Conduct meetings with Intake and Business Manager/Assistant Business Manager to gain knowledge on wait list and to ensure client intake is conducted and processed in a timely manner
    • Oversee supervision of BCBA and interns
    • Build rapport with clients and client families
    • Provide clinical consultation to staff, school professionals, and parents/guardians
    • Oversee the implementation of therapy programs to ensure best clinical practices are being implemented
    • Provide direct clinical services to clients and maintain appropriate caseload to facilitate overall clinic growth and staff morale/welfare
    • Qualifications

    BCBA certification in good standing with the State and BACB minimum 1 year.
    Proficient in Microsoft Office
    Preferred knowledge in systems like Central Reach but will train
    Must be able to make quick decisions in benefit of the company
    Demonstrates excellent written and verbal communication skills.


    Work under the supervision of the Area Clinical Director to provide support,guidance and assistance with Autism Spectrum Disorder cases in home or in clinic. Assist in case supervision, maintenance and ensuring progress is made in treatment. Assist and administer initial evaluations and re-evaluations for ABA clients (VB-MAPP assessment, ABLLS-R Assessment, AFLS Assessment, Question About Behavior Assessment, (QABF), Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), and/or ABAS, PEAK). Assist in developing individualized goals and treatment plans for the clinic, home, and community settings to be implemented by a behavior therapist. Provide applied and cognitive therapy and train behavioral health technicians to implement therapies and interventions in various settings. Conduct caregiver training and treatment compliance. Direct therapies with clients when needed. Collaborate with in-house multi-disciplinary team on effective strategies for clients. Analyze progress and data trends using

    Central Reach. Complete clinical part needed for insurance authorization benefits for ABA services. Collaborate with in-house scheduling and billing team to reduce administrative delay in obtaining service authorizations, maintaining compliance audits.

    REQUIREMENTS: Master’s Degree (or foreign educational equivalent) in Psychology. Two years of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) experience, including experience worki