Under general supervision of the Clinical Director, performs professional behavioral analysis and modification services for individuals with intellectual disabilities.· Develops and implements behavior analysis programs; trains program delivery staff in behavior analysis techniques; develops program recommendations for inter-disciplinary or multi-disciplinary team review; serves as a member of the inter- disciplinary team. Provides habilitation programming for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Requires possession of a master's degree, with major coursework in behavior analysis and modification, from a graduate program accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis. Requires one year of professional experience in behavioral analysis and modification, or completion of the agency-sponsored Behavioral Analyst Associate program.
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Illinois Department of Human Services - Various Locations Available