Glenwood, Inc. in Birmingham, Alabama has an opening for an Applied Behavior Analyst.
Title: Applied Behavior Analyst
Job Information Job Code: RS005
Job Category: Autism Services
Responsible for the programmatic behavior management services for individuals in Children’s Residential with Autism. Works collaboratively with Allan Cott School staff and Educational Services in designing, implementing and monitoring the effectiveness of plans. Conduct functional assessment methods, develop and promote behavior intervention plans, provide staff training.
Minimum Requirements: 21 years of age, MA/MS with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. Two years exp. in the field of developmental disabilities, training in the area of behavior management, Board Certified Behavior Analyst preferred. Valid AL driver’s license and driving record acceptable to agency insurer, clearance with the Alabama Dept. of Human Resources Child Abuse/Neglect Registry, ABI/FBI Registry, the ability to acquire, perform and maintain certification in 1st Aid, CPR, MCS (Managing Crisis Safely) and Medication Assistance Certification (MAC).
How To Apply: Please send a resume with a cover sheet and the title of the job you are applying for to Rose Billingsley, Employment Specialist.
Note: Resumes and applications not completed and fail to list a job title will not be considered in the applicant pool. Also, applicants cannot be considered for more than one position at a time. Please list one position only.
■ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
■ FAX: (205) 970-1224
■ Mail: 150 Glenwood Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242-5700
Contact Jeralyn Knight or Julia Zimmerman at (205) 969-2880 if you have questions about this position.
Glenwood, Inc. is a non profit organization incorporated in 1973 for the purpose of educating and treating individuals who are emotionally disturbed, mentally ill, and those diagnosed with autism. Glenwood is devoted to helping individuals reach their full potential and be productive members of society. Glenwood is located on 363 acres off Sicard Hollow Road in Birmingham, AL.