Employment

ABA

Line Therapist Level 1 - Hiring Now!

A Line Therapist is responsible for providing 1:1 teaching for a specific caseload of children in the ABA clinic. Line Therapists work directly with children with autism using verbal behavior teaching skills. A Bachelor’s degree and experience working with children with special needs or with ABA is preferred. Line Therapists must complete a 1 week training and meet fluency criteria for teaching skills within that training period.

Line Therapist Level 2
Level 2 Line Therapists must possess a Bachelor’s degree and have extensive experience in ABA. Level 2 Line Therapists can be a newly hired line therapist that enters the clinic with extensive experience, or a Level 1 Line Therapist that has passed and received 90% on teaching evaluations for 3 consecutive months. Level 2 Line Therapists will have the same responsibilities as Level 1 Line Therapists. While under the supervision of a Supervising Therapist, Level 2 Line Therapists may take on supervision responsibilities in the clinic, training new staff, or program development for specific clients.
Assistant Programmer
An Assistant Programmer must be a Level 2 Line Therapist, possess a Bachelor’s degree, and be actively seeking certification in behavior analysis. An Assistant Programmer will have all the same responsibilities as a Level 2 Line Therapist and will assist an assigned Supervising Therapist with creation of client programming, behavior assessment, and supervision of Line Therapists.
ABA Clinic Assistant
The ABA Clinic Assistant is a 6-month rotating position. The ABA Clinic Assistant must possess a Bachelor’s degree, have worked as a Line Therapist for 6 months, and have achieved Level 2 status prior to applying. Strong managerial and organizational skills are required. The Clinic Assistant must be PCM certified. The Clinic Assistant will supervise the clinic and the line therapists daily
ABA Clinic Manager
An ABA Clinic Manager must possess a Bachelor’s degree and a BCaBA or actively seeking certification. An ABA Clinic Manager must have worked as a Line Therapist for at least 1 year and have achieved Level 2 status. Strong managerial and organizational skills are required.
Supervising ABA Therapist Level 1
A Supervising ABA Therapist must possess a Bachelor’s degree and a BCaBA or be actively seeking board certification. Experience working with children with special needs or with ABA is required. A weekly billable requirement will be set by client caseload and tracked on weekly basis.
Supervising ABA Therapist Level 2
An ABA Supervising Therapist Level 2 must possess a Master’s Degree and be certified or actively seeking board certification in behavior analysis. Experience working with children with special needs or with ABA is required. Level 2 Supervising Therapists’ responsibilities will be the same as a Level 1 Supervising Therapist, but may also include supervising students seeking licensure or certification in behavior analysis.
ABA Clinical Supervisor Level 1 - Hiring Now!

Innovations In Learning is seeking a qualified Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to join our team as an ABA Supervising Therapist. ABA Supervising Therapists work in our ABA clinic designing, supervising, and implementing verbal behavior programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, data analysis, report writing, treatment plan and behavior support plan development, and supervision and training of line therapists. At least 1-year experience providing verbal behavior therapy to individuals with Autism is preferred.

Behavior Management

Behavior Therapist - Hiring Now!

A Behavior Therapist requires a minimum of a Master’s degree in a related mental health field as detailed in 460 IAC 6-5-4 Behavioral Support Services Provider Qualifications. The therapist’s duties include but are not limited to assessment and evaluation of children and adults with and without special needs, development and implementation of behavior support plans, parent/staff/caregiver training, and coordination of services with other professionals. Behavior Support Services means training, supervision, or direct intervention with individuals served or caregivers with the goal of reducing problem behaviors and increasing functional replacement behaviors. The clinician’s may provide individual, family and group therapy.

Behavior Therapist Supervisor
A Behavior Therapist Supervisor requires a minimum of a Master’s Degree with appropriate licensure and/or BCBA certification or actively seeking certification. The Supervisor may be responsible for the typical duties of a Behavior Therapist. In addition the Supervisor is responsible for the on-going monitoring and supervision of Level I & II Behavior Therapists. The Supervising Behavior Therapist may also be responsible for the supervision of student interns. Supervisor responsibilities include scheduling and attending visits with their supervisee’s clients, review of FBA and behavior plan recommendations, attendance at annual meetings for Level I therapists, and the review of monthly reports for new therapists only.

Internship

Intern
Interns at our site will have the opportunity to participate in rotations in our Adult Day Services, intensive ABA Clinic, Outpatient Clinic, School services, and Behavior Services. Training will also be provided in behavioral consultation which includes behavior assessment, the development of a behavior support plan, caregiver training and monitoring of the support program. When participating in Behavior Services, the intern will observe the operations of an interdisciplinary system and the coordination of care between providers.
Internship Coordinator
The Internship Coordinator (IC) will communicate with the Clinical Director to determine the availability of internship openings. The coordinator will be the primary contact for all perspective interns. He or she will be responsible for conducting the interview process, ensuring proper paperwork is completed, and develop an individual schedule for each intern. The Internship Coordinator will work with the Director of the assigned department, and the Supervising Therapist to ensure schedules are covered and the required internship paperwork is completed in a timely manner. The IC will rotate schedules when necessary to ensure a well-rounded internship experience. The IC will assure all needed communications are maintained with the university or graduate program.

Maintenance

Maintenance Staff

The maintenance staff is responsible for the day to day operations that keep the building and grounds safe and operational. The Maintenance staff should have a minimum of a high school diploma with experience required in light mechanical, electrical and construction trades. The Maintenance staff should also be able to interact with a variety of personalities and to take direction from multiple supervisors

In-School Therapy

In-School Therapist - Hiring Now!

The In-School Therapist requires a minimum of a Master’s degree in a related mental health field. Licensure is preferred. Includes all responsibilities of a Behavior Therapist including but not limited to individual and family therapy, relevant group therapy as deemed appropriate and necessary; individual consultation on a daily basis with special and general education instructors involved with the client; assistance in developing a behavior management program for the client; regular contact with parents of the client; participation in inter-disciplinary staffing as needed. The In-School therapist will also be available for In-Service Training of school personnel.

Office/Human Resources

Human Resources Manager

The Human Resources Manager maintains practices and objectives that will provide an employee-oriented, high performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, ethical standards, quality, productivity, goal attainment, and the recruitment and ongoing development of a superior workforce. The Human Resources Manager develops the implementation of services, policies, and programs. The Human Resources Manager reports to the Clinical Director on any Human Resource issues that may impact or affect the Staff of Innovations. The Human Resources Manager will follow all rules and guidelines of the 460 IAC 6 and Employment Laws.

Office Manager
The Office Manager will handle receptionist functions, manage vendors, and maintain a master calendar of events, programs, appointments and other activities. In addition, the office manager will solidify the organization’s infrastructure, overseeing supply management and assisting with the development of reports, brochures, and necessary materials for respective departments. In sum, the Office Manager ensures the office runs professionally and efficiently.
Office Support Staff

The Office Support Staff perform office duties, such as, filing, auditing, special projects, greeting visitors, answering phones, purchasing supplies, provides customer assistance, data processing, and record keeping. Provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks.

Billing Specialist - Hiring Now!

Bills insurance companies for all clinic based mental health therapist bills. Tracks payments, resolves denials or other requirements of insurance billing and collection of claims, until fully resolved with insurance companies. Audits charts, billing sheets, and performs other work associated with the billing process.

Receptionist
The receptionist will be responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate associates, mail distribution, flow of correspondence, requisition of supplies as well as additional clerical duties.

Caring Piece

Caring Piece Therapist
The Caring Piece Therapist requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, with preference given to those with a Master’s degree, licensure, and BCBA certification. Therapists must follow all guidelines established by funders. Therapist responsibilities include assessment; leading individual, group, and family therapy; and leading group and individual training sessions. The Caring Piece Therapist reports directly to the Caring Piece Supervisor. The Caring Piece Therapist may also perform duties of a Behavior Therapist.
Caring Piece Supervisor
The Caring Piece Supervisor requires a minimum of a Master’s Degree with appropriate licensure preferred. BCBA certification or actively seeking certification is also preferred. The Supervisor is responsible for the on-going monitoring and general management of activities of the Caring Piece, related programs and Therapists working with Caring Piece clients. The Caring Piece Supervisor may also be responsible for the supervision of student interns. Supervisor responsibilities include monitoring and reviewing of Care Plans, monthly supervision with Therapists, contacting families on Innovations waitlist, managing Caring Piece waitlist, monitoring and assigning all Caring Piece referrals, monitoring and coordinating all Grant programs, maintaining Caring Piece expenses as well as completing necessary purchase orders, completing a monthly reports, attendance at Geminus required meetings, completion of outreach services and networking with other providers among other relevant duties.

Adult Day Services

Adult Development Instructor (ADI) - Hiring Now!

The Adult Development Instructor (ADI) position requires a minimum of a High School Diploma and must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. The ADI is responsible for providing direct services to individuals with intellectual disabilities who attend the Day Program at Innovations In Learning. This individual is responsible for implementing the consumers’ daily program and ISP goals. Daily programs include an emphasis on teaching academic skills, social skills, and independent living skills. The ADI is responsible for recording relevant data and managing all needed documentation standards. The ADI must possess adequate verbal and written communication skills needed to a) complete required forms and daily narratives, and b) follow oral and written instructions. The ADI needs to work within a team format with other ADIs. This individual must also be willing to accept supervision. The Adult Development Instructor must be able to assist with transferring consumers, assist with physical intervention as trained. Experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities is preferred but most importantly the ADI must demonstrate an interest in and empathy for all consumers.

Coordinator of Health Services
The position of Coordinator of Health Services requires either a licensed registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse pursuant to IC 25-23-1. The Coordinator of Health Services shall administer medication and monitor the health needs of the individual clients. The CHS will maintain accurate medical records of individual’s medication and significant health concerns. The CHS will follow all the rules and regulations of 460 IAC 6. The CHS will train all staff in providing a healthy and safe environment for the clients as set forth in 460 IAC 6-14-4(c).
Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator (PC) position requires a minimum of a High School Diploma with preference given to individuals with a Bachelor’s degree in a related mental health or education field. The PC fulfills all Requirements of Direct Care Staff (460 IAC 6-14-5) including ability to provide direct services to individuals with intellectual disabilities in the Day Program of Innovations In Learning. The PC is responsible for implementing the consumers’ programs and goals as detailed in the ISP. Curriculum development including the use of individual and group teaching modes is required. The PC assures required data is collected by the Adult Development Instructors and the PC is responsible for collecting and analyzing consumer documentation. The PC must be able to effectively communicate with both oral and written communications as required to complete forms and daily narratives. The PC must be able to follow oral and written instructions and demonstrate the ability to effectively manage and direct ADIs. The PC is responsible for planning, monitoring, and evaluating client programs. The Program Coordinator is also responsible for monitoring and ensuring quality work is provided by the ADIs. The Program Coordinator will follow all rules and regulations of 460 IAC 6.
QIDP
The Day Services Supervisor position requires a minimum of a Bachelors degree in a related mental health or education field and at least 2 years experience working with targeted population, with BCaBA certification preferred. The Supervisor fulfills all state and federal guidelines of a QMRP/QIDP and requirements of Direct Care Staff (460 IAC 6-14-5) including ability to provide direct services to individuals with developmental disabilities in the Day Program of Innovations In Learning. The Supervisor is responsible for the daily oversight of the Adult Day Program including development, implementation, and monitoring of consumer programs per the individual’s ISP; staff training and supervision; and program development. Curriculum development and data collection methods based upon ABA methods and best practice standards is required. The Supervisor must be able to effectively communicate with both oral and written communications as required to complete required paperwork. The Supervisor must be able to follow oral and written instructions and demonstrate the ability to effectively manage and direct all Day Program staff. The Supervisor will follow all rules and regulations of 460 IAC 6.

During my 6 years at Innovations in Learning, I have come to find multiple opportunities for advancement, great clinical learning experiences, and life-long friends in a fun and supportive working environment.

Laura Heidler, MA

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