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01. BCBA/LBA Clinic Coordinator | Norfolk

Compass provides individualized, data-driven, compassionate ABA therapy to families throughout Virginia. We are seeking a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) to join us as a Clinic Coordinator in our Norfolk location to further our mission as we support children with developmental challenges and their families.

As one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia, Compass offers the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another. We have multiple offices located throughout Virginia, convenient to the communities that we serve.

Successful candidates must be a BCBA and be actively licensed as a Behavior Analyst by the Virginia Board of Medicine. At least two years of direct clinical experience working with children and adolescents diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders is preferred, with some of this experience having been in a clinic-based setting. Ideal candidates also have experience working collaboratively with a team in situations that require strong communication skills and non-reactive decision-making.

Position Details:

The Clinic Coordinator will manage and oversee clinical and administrative responsibilities in the Compass Clinic. Responsibilities include:

  • Providing in-vivo guidance, training, and ongoing monitoring to clinicians who are working 1:1 in the clinic in collaboration with the Program Supervisor;
  • Exercising sound clinical judgment throughout clinic sessions;
  • Managing and implementing clinic responsibilities to ensure client and clinician success during clinic sessions;
  • Analyzing, assessing, and communicating needs to enhance the quality of clinic services, including supporting the overall advancement of the clinic.

Other Responsibilities:

Operational: Develop effective and efficient systems, understand all clinic procedures, analyze and assess clinic needs, and attend to the basic needs of the clinic (scheduling, cleaning up, managing supplies, etc
).

Clinical: Understand client protocols to provide guidance to clinicians, occasional 1:1 work with clients, ensure resource development, and facilitate client and parent training groups.

Clinician Development: Ensure the continued development of clinicians by providing individualized feedback and providing trainings and competency checks to clinicians.

Why choose Compass as a BCBA/LBA:

  • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees
  • Cohesive leadership team with person-centered approach
  • Support with work/life balance
  • Streamlined administrative processes
  • Commitment to healthy culture and transparency
  • Extensive new hire training and ongoing support for all clinicians to help support supervisors
  • Competitive base salary with significant further earning potential/ bonuses
  • Personal Apple devices (e.g. iPad) provided
  • Data collection software/app developed and tailored to the practice of ABA to minimize time-consuming documentation
  • Free CEUs offered in house and conference attendance/lodging for local professional conference
  • Multiple resources for consultation and support in a variety of areas, such as transition-age clients, trauma-informed ABA, complex cases, medically complicated treatment.

Comprehensive benefits for full-time employees include:

  • Health insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Dental insurance
  • Employer Paid Short- and Long-Term Disability Coverage
  • 401K retirement plan after first year with up to 4% employer match
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • Generous paid time off and flexible PTO policy
  • Free Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program for employees and immediate family

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $65,000.00 – $95,000.00 per year

    02. Administrative Specialist | Charlottesville

    Compass is a community-focused agency providing home- and clinic-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and mental health services to families and their children throughout Virginia. At Compass, we are committed to fostering the continual development of ourselves and one another so that we can further our impact on the lives of those with whom we work, lead, and serve. Compass is a mature and healthy organization that is known for its commitment to excellence, personal and professional growth, and a supportive work environment.

    We are currently seeking a full-time Administrative Specialist based out of our office in Charlottesville, VA, to support directors in our Central region. This position will be primarily based in person in our Charlottesville with regular travel to our office in Lynchburg.

    We are looking for an Administrative Specialist who works well with a team and who has excellent people skills, attention to detail, and strong problem-solving skills. Our ideal candidate will have a desire to work hard to support our leadership team and to create a welcoming environment that helps our employees to feel cared for. This position will provide administrative support through a variety of responsibilities including, but not limited to, processing mail and bills, managing asset logs for our Central region, ordering supplies, ensuring clients have active insurance coverage, and submitting and following up on funding authorizations.

    If you are seeking a healthy workplace where you can play an integral role in supporting the clinical work that we do, we would love to hear from you.

    A successful candidate for Administrative Specialist will have the following:

    · Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

    · Effective written and verbal communication skills to be able to communicate with employees at all levels of the organization

    · Proficiency using Microsoft Excel

    · Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

    · Ability to multi-task and prioritize work appropriately – work independently and manage workload/meet deadlines without prompting

    · Dependability, flexibility, and punctuality

    · Ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism, using discretion where needed when managing sensitive and private matters pertaining to our clients or employees

     

    Job Type: Full-time in-person

    Salary: From $34,000.00 per year

     

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Dental insurance
    • Employee assistance program
    • Health insurance
    • Health savings account
    • Life insurance
    • Paid time off
    • Vision insurance

      03. In-Home Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) | Richmond

      Compass is seeking QMHP-Cs and QMHP-Ts who are interested in providing high-quality community-based services to children, adolescents, and their families and have a desire to effect meaningful and long-lasting change through evidence-based practices and data-driven evaluation.

      As one of the largest and most respected providers of behavioral and mental health services in Virginia, Compass offers the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

      Compass seeks to grow the network of mental health providers in VA by preparing employees to gain relevant and meaningful experience in the field, build professional networks, and gain an understanding of diverse client and family challenges as well as systems of care in our community.

      Compass is an enriching and supportive environment, with a focus on in-depth training and supervision. QMHP-Cs/QMHP-Ts will:

      · Participate in extensive new hire and ongoing clinical trainings.

      · Join in group and individual clinical supervision that focuses on a holistic approach integrating evidence-based psychotherapeutic strategies.

      · Learn more about themselves and grow as skilled clinicians as they dive into ethical standards, clinical theories, and working with a diverse clientele.

      · Use video recording as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.

      · Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of licensed and license-eligible professionals.

      Compass offers the following full-time benefits:

      · Competitive pay including reimbursement for non-billable activities (drive time, documentation, training)

      · Opportunities for ongoing training and continuing education

      · Efficient systems for processes such as billing and records management

      · Mileage, cell phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement

      · Health Insurance

      · Dental Insurance

      · Short & Long Term Disability Benefits

      · 401k retirement plan with employer match

      · Life Insurance

      · Paid Time Off (PTO)

      · Employee bonuses

        04. Resident in Counseling // Supervisee in Social Work

        Compass Behavioral Solutions is looking for professionals seeking a comprehensive residency experience as they pursue Virginia State Licensure as an LPC or LCSW. Ideal candidates are interested in providing high-quality community and office-based services to children, adolescents, and their families and have a desire to effect meaningful and long-lasting change through evidence-based practices and data-driven evaluation.
        As one of the largest and most respected providers of behavioral and mental health services in Virginia, Compass offers the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.
        Compass offers a unique residency experience for our Residents in Counseling/Supervisees in Social Work as compared to the typical opportunities in Virginia. Compass is invested in providing an opportunity to explore and learn the how and why we provide the services that we offer. Residents/Supervisees in this program will learn more about themselves and grow as skilled clinicians as they dive into ethical standards, clinical theories, appropriate writing and working with a diverse clientele. Compass wants to grow the network of mental health providers in VA by preparing our residents/supervisees to not only join that network at the end of their two-year residency but to join with the ethical and clinical knowledge and experience to be a stellar addition to Virginia’s mental health profession.
        As a Resident/Supervisee with Compass, you will have the opportunity to:

        1. Conduct comprehensive psychosocial and diagnostic assessments for those seeking community-based services in collaboration with the supervising LPC/LCSW.
        2. Provide outpatient counseling services to children, adolescents, and families with a wide range of diagnoses.
        3. Provide intensive in-home and community stabilization services including assessment, crisis intervention, skills restoration, treatment planning, individual and family therapy, and care coordination for youth at risk for out-of-home placement.
        4. Build your professional networks by learning about and engaging with multiple systems of care in Virginia.

        Compass is an enriching and supportive environment, with a focus on in-depth training and supervision. Residents/Supervisees will:

        1. Participate in new hire and ongoing clinical trainings
        2. Join in group and individual clinical supervision that focuses on a holistic approach integrating evidence-based psychotherapeutic strategies.
        3. Use video recording as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
        4. Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of licensed professionals.

        Education, Experience & Other Requirements:

        • Education: Must have a minimum of a Master’s Degree from an accredited program with goal of becoming licensed as an LPC/LCSW.
        • Requirements: Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation

        Why choose Compass:

        • Free Licensure supervision (no employment contract required)
        • Supportive environment
        • Extensive training and clinical supervision
        • Competitive reimbursement
        • Advancement opportunities
        • Employee bonuses
        • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement
        • Reimbursement for non-billable activities (drive time, documentation, training)

        Benefits for full-time residents/supervisees include:

        • Paid Time Off
        • Company iPad
        • Health Insurance
        • Dental Insurance
        • 401k Retirement Plan with employer match
        • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
        • Life Insurance
        • Health Savings Account

          05. ABA Behavior Technician | Chester

          Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

          If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

          At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

          No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

          As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

          • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
          • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
          • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
          • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
          • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
          • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
          • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

          Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

          • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
          • Required: High school diploma.
          • Required: Valid driver’s license.

          Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

          • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
          • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
          • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
          • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
          • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
          • RBT supervision.
          • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
          • Advancement opportunities.
          • Employee bonuses.
          • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

          Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

          • Health Insurance
          • Dental Insurance
          • 401k Retirement Plan
          • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
          • Life Insurance
          • Health Savings Account
          • Paid Time Off

            06. ABA Behavior Technician | Midlothian

            Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

            If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

            At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

            No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

            As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

            • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
            • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
            • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
            • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
            • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
            • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
            • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

            Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

            • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
            • Required: High school diploma.
            • Required: Valid driver’s license.

            Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

            • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
            • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
            • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
            • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
            • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
            • RBT supervision.
            • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
            • Advancement opportunities.
            • Employee bonuses.
            • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

            Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

            • Health Insurance
            • Dental Insurance
            • 401k Retirement Plan
            • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
            • Life Insurance
            • Health Savings Account
            • Paid Time Off

              07. ABA Behavior Technician | Richmond

              Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

              If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

              At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

              No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

              As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

              • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
              • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
              • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
              • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
              • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
              • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
              • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

              Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

              • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
              • Required: High school diploma.
              • Required: Valid driver’s license.

              Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

              • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
              • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
              • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
              • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
              • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
              • RBT supervision.
              • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
              • Advancement opportunities.
              • Employee bonuses.
              • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

              Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

              • Health Insurance
              • Dental Insurance
              • 401k Retirement Plan
              • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
              • Life Insurance
              • Health Savings Account
              • Paid Time Off

                08. ABA Behavior Technician | Lynchburg

                Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                • Required: High school diploma.
                • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                • RBT supervision.
                • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                • Advancement opportunities.
                • Employee bonuses.
                • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                • Health Insurance
                • Dental Insurance
                • 401k Retirement Plan
                • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                • Life Insurance
                • Health Savings Account
                • Paid Time Off

                  09. BCBA/LBA Supervisor

                  Compass Behavioral Group provides individualized, data-driven, compassionate ABA therapy to families throughout Virginia. We are seeking board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs) to join us in our mission as we support families and their children with developmental challenges.

                  As one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia, Compass offers the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another. We have multiple offices located throughout Virginia, convenient to the communities that we serve.

                  Successful candidates will be BCBAs and have, or be eligible for, licensure as a licensed behavior analyst (LBA) in Virginia within 1 month of hire. They will ideally have experience working with children and/or adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Supervisory experience is helpful, but not required.

                  Students who have completed coursework and supervision for BCBA strongly encouraged to apply.

                  Position details:

                  • Our supervisors manage a caseload of 4-5 behavior support clinicians, who each have 2-3 clients that are seen predominantly in the home setting.
                  • Supervisors meet with families at the start of treatment, help the family identify the goals for the client, and conceptualize each case with consultation.
                  • Supervisors then provide training to caregivers in the home/community, and manage the implementation of interventions in the home, community, and clinic (as needed), and provide care coordination/documentation to support treatment.
                  • Supervisors use evidence-based ABA and complementary practices (e.g., motivational interviewing) to maintain family engagement in services and adjust the treatment plan to maximize efficacy for the clients/families on his/her/their caseload.
                  • All supervisors receive weekly support and consultation, as well as bi-monthly groups to support cohesiveness of the site and continued professional/clinical development.

                  Why choose Compass as a BCBA/LBA:

                  • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees
                  • Small caseload
                  • Cohesive leadership team with person-centered approach
                  • Support with work/life balance
                  • Streamlined administrative processes
                  • Commitment to healthy culture and transparency
                  • Comprehensive new supervisor training and ongoing support
                  • Extensive new hire training and ongoing support for all clinicians to help support supervisors
                  • Competitive base salary with significant further earning potential/ bonuses
                  • Personal office/Personal Apple devices (e.g. MacBook and iPad) provided
                  • Data collection software/app developed and tailored to the practice of ABA to minimize time-consuming documentation.
                  • Free CEUs offered in house and conference attendance/lodging for local professional conference
                  • Advancement opportunities/opportunities to pursue clinical interests
                  • Monthly mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement
                  • Multiple resources for consultation and support in a variety of areas, such as transition-age clients, trauma-informed ABA, complex cases, medically complicated treatment.

                  Comprehensive benefits for full-time BCBA/LBA Supervisors include:

                  • Health insurance
                  • Health Savings Account
                  • Dental insurance
                  • Employer Paid Short and Long Term Disability Coverage
                  • 401K retirement plan after first year with up to 4% employer match
                  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
                  • Generous paid time off and flexible PTO policy
                  • Free Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program for employees and immediate family

                    10. ABA Behavior Technician | Radford

                    Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                    If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                    At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                    No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                    As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                    • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                    • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                    • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                    • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                    • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                    • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                    • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                    Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                    • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                    • Required: High school diploma.
                    • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                    Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                    • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                    • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                    • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                    • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                    • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                    • RBT supervision.
                    • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                    • Advancement opportunities.
                    • Employee bonuses.
                    • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                    Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                    • Health Insurance
                    • Dental Insurance
                    • 401k Retirement Plan
                    • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                    • Life Insurance
                    • Health Savings Account
                    • Paid Time Off

                      11. LPC/ LCSW Supervisor

                      If you want to engage in meaningful work that brings enrichment to the lives of our clients and our community, then join our team! Compass’ community-based behavioral health programs have a distinguished reputation for quality and excellence in multiple locations across the state of Virginia. Compass is known for its commitment to clinically-focused treatment, professional integrity, and a positive work environment.

                      Compass has an immediate opening in its Norfolk office for a part-time Clinical Supervisor in the Intensive In-Home (IIH) Program. The position is 9 am-3:30 pm Monday through Thursday and 9 am-2 pm Friday. This part-time position includes an additional opportunity to provide outpatient therapy to clients outside of these hours. Supervisors are expected to provide 24/7 phone support to provide crisis management clinical direction for their team.

                      Core Requirements:

                      Candidates must possess a license as an LPC or LCSW in the state of Virginia, have 2 years post-licensure experience, and have the required 20 continuing education credits in supervision approved by the Virginia Board of Counseling or Board of Social Work to provide LPC or LCSW residency supervision.

                      Candidates should also have direct experience working with at-risk youth and families and previous supervisory experience. Additionally, candidates should also have training in Evidence-Based Practices and Trauma-Informed Care.

                      Job Duties:

                      • Oversee the clinical and administrative functions of Residents in Counseling or Supervisee in Social Work who provide home-based counseling
                      • Provide weekly individual and group supervision
                      • Attend funding and treatment team meetings
                      • Review and ensure completion of documentation
                      • Provide 24/7 crisis phone support for supervisory team members

                      Compass offers competitive compensation and benefits:

                      • Health Insurance
                      • Dental Insurance
                      • Life Insurance
                      • Short-Term/ Long-Term Disability
                      • 2 Weeks Paid Vacation
                      • 401k after 1-year of service
                      • Cell Phone subsidy
                      • Apple MacBook for supervision and documentation
                      • Access to Employee Assistance Program

                        12. ABA Behavior Technician | Roanoke

                        Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                        If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                        At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                        No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                        As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                        • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                        • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                        • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                        • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                        • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                        • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                        • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                        Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                        • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                        • Required: High school diploma.
                        • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                        Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                        • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                        • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                        • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                        • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                        • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                        • RBT supervision.
                        • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                        • Advancement opportunities.
                        • Employee bonuses.
                        • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                        Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                        • Health Insurance
                        • Dental Insurance
                        • 401k Retirement Plan
                        • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                        • Life Insurance
                        • Health Savings Account
                        • Paid Time Off

                          13. ABA Behavior Technician | Harrisonburg

                          Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                          If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                          At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                          No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                          As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                          • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                          • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                          • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                          • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                          • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                          • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                          • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                          Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                          • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                          • Required: High school diploma.
                          • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                          Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                          • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                          • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                          • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                          • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                          • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                          • RBT supervision.
                          • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                          • Advancement opportunities.
                          • Employee bonuses.
                          • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                          Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                          • Health Insurance
                          • Dental Insurance
                          • 401k Retirement Plan
                          • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                          • Life Insurance
                          • Health Savings Account
                          • Paid Time Off

                            14. ABA Behavior Technician | Staunton

                            Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                            If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                            At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                            No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                            As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                            • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                            • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                            • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                            • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                            • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                            • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                            • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                            Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                            • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                            • Required: High school diploma.
                            • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                            Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                            • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                            • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                            • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                            • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                            • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                            • RBT supervision.
                            • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                            • Advancement opportunities.
                            • Employee bonuses.
                            • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                            Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                            • Health Insurance
                            • Dental Insurance
                            • 401k Retirement Plan
                            • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                            • Life Insurance
                            • Health Savings Account
                            • Paid Time Off

                              15. ABA Behavior Technician | Lexington

                              Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                              If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                              At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                              No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                              As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                              • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                              • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                              • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                              • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                              • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                              • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                              • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                              Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                              • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                              • Required: High school diploma.
                              • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                              Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                              • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                              • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                              • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                              • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                              • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                              • RBT supervision.
                              • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                              • Advancement opportunities.
                              • Employee bonuses.
                              • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                              Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                              • Health Insurance
                              • Dental Insurance
                              • 401k Retirement Plan
                              • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                              • Life Insurance
                              • Health Savings Account
                              • Paid Time Off

                                16. ABA Behavior Technician

                                Compass is a community-focused multi-disciplinary counseling agency providing clinical services to children, adolescents and adults in the Hampton Roads area. We are currently seeking individuals who have a passion for working with children with special needs in our Connections ABA program.

                                Compass provides services in all seven cities of Hampton Roads (Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, Hampton, and Suffolk).

                                Benefits:

                                Compass provides competitive wages and a variety of benefits including:

                                • Company issued iPad to support field work and documentation
                                • Mileage reimbursement
                                • Cell phone subsidy
                                • Reimbursement for therapeutic supplies and resources
                                • Health, Dental, 401K, Life Insurance, and Long term Disability insurance for Full-Time employees
                                • Paid Time Off for Full-Time employees
                                • Professional Growth and Promotion opportunities
                                • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees
                                • Free clinical supervision towards BCBA or BCaBA certification available for eligible Full-Time employees
                                • Free Residency supervision for full-time LPC and LCSW Residents

                                As a professional in our program, you will:

                                • Provide home-based ABA services to individuals diagnosed with Autism and/ or related developmental disabilities under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
                                • Work directly with families to support them in learning interventions and improving client behaviors
                                • Collaborate with other professionals from various agencies in the community including: social services, schools, community service boards, physicians, etc.
                                • Work one-on-one with clients and families in their homes and in the community to support them in learning functional communication skills, play skills, self-help skills, and safety skills.
                                • Utilize interventions specifically designed for each child, record daily progress, maintain client records, and collect data on clients’ goals/ objectives.

                                Qualifications and Skills

                                • A Bachelors or Masters degree in a relevant field such as psychology, child development, communication disorders, behavior analysis, special education, or other human services fields is highly preferred
                                • A minimum of 1 year of direct experience working with individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental delays is required.
                                • Candidates must be available to work with clients and their families during after-school and evening hours.
                                • Candidates must be punctual, responsible, patient, friendly and motivated.
                                • Candidates must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and current auto insurance.

                                  17. Behavior Support Clinician

                                  Compass Counseling Services is looking for individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities and their families. You will be working directly with children and their families providing services in their homes. This is an entry level position and we offer paid training and support for career advancement.

                                  Who is Compass?

                                  Compass Counseling Services is a family-focused counseling agency providing excellent behavioral and clinical services to the youth and families of Northern VA and the surrounding areas. Compass is looking for professionals who have experience with children who have intellectual and developmental delays including autism, and have a desire to empower children and their families. Full-time positions are available for behavior support clinicians in our Connections program.

                                  Compass offers the following:

                                  • Extensive Training Program and Clinical Skill Development
                                  • Complete your BCBA/BCaBA student practicum or fieldwork hours for free
                                  • Support for completing your RBT competencies and on-going supervision
                                  • Positive Work Environment
                                  • High Earning Potential
                                  • Flexible Scheduling
                                  • Advancement Opportunities
                                  • Relocation Opportunities
                                  • Employee Bonuses
                                  • Mileage Reimbursement
                                  • Therapeutic supplies reimbursement

                                  Benefits for full time employees Include:

                                  • Health Insurance
                                  • Dental Insurance
                                  • 401K Retirement plan
                                  • Life Insurance

                                  All applicants must have afternoon, evening and weekend availability. Preferred to have a minimum of a Bachelors Degree in a child development related field with 1 year experience working with children with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

                                    18. BCBA/LBA Clinical Supervisor

                                    Advance your career by joining our leadership team at Compass Counseling Services of NOVA. Compass’ Behavioral Health Programs have a distinguished reputation for quality and excellence in multiple locations across the state of Virginia. Compass Counseling Services of NOVA is a mature, community-based agency known for its authenticity, commitment to excellence and high ethical standards. We focus on stabilizing, strengthening and supporting individuals with disabilities and their families. We are dedicated to improving client health, empowering staff through professional development, and maintaining a positive culture based on integrity. We provide in-home ABA based behavior therapy to individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.

                                    We are currently hiring LBA’s/ BCBA’s for full-time salaried supervisory positions. Candidates should possess a License as a Behavior Analyst (LBA) in Virginia or are Board Certified as a Behavior Analyst and are seeking licensure as an LBA in Virginia. Candidates also have direct experience working with children and/or adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Ideal Candidates also have supervisory experience as well. We offer competitive compensation, flexible scheduling and a full-time benefits package.

                                    As a Clinical Supervisor with the Connections team you will experience a responsive, supportive company culture dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with challenging behaviors and their families. You will become part of a multi-disciplinary leadership team focused on providing stability and hope to clients and their families while developing career advancing leadership skills. You will grow clinically as a behavior analyst while providing a team of hardworking, dependable behavior support clinicians an opportunity to develop their professional skills under your guidance. You will give back to the field of behavior analysis through supervising BCBA students and RBT’s.

                                    Compass offers the following:

                                    • Competitive Compensation
                                    • Flexible Scheduling
                                    • Benefits Package
                                    • Advancement Opportunities
                                    • Relocation Opportunties
                                    • Employee Bonuses
                                    • Mileage Reimbursement
                                    • Cell Phone Stipend
                                    • Therapeutic Supplies Reimbursement
                                    • Company Laptop
                                    • Extensive Training Program and Clinical Skill Development
                                    • Continuing Education (Compass NOVA is an ACE provider)

                                    Comprehensive Benefits for full time employees Include:

                                    • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
                                    • 401K retirement plan with up to 5% employer match after first year
                                    • Life Insurance
                                    • Paid time off

                                      19. Home-Based Counselor: QMHP-C

                                      Compass Counseling Services is a family-focused counseling agency providing excellent clinical services to the youth and families of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Northern VA and the surrounding areas.

                                      Compass is looking for Masters/Bachelor level Counselors and/or Social Workers. The clinician will work in the clients home and with their family.

                                      VA Board Registration as a QMHP necessary.

                                      Compass Offers the following:

                                      • Extensive Training Program and Clinical Skill Development
                                      • Free VA Licensure Supervision (LPC, LCSW)
                                      • Positive Work Environment
                                      • Unlimited Earning Potential
                                      • Flexible Scheduling
                                      • Advancement Opportunities
                                      • Relocation Opportunties
                                      • Employee Bonuses
                                      • Mileage Reimbursement
                                      • Therapeutic supplies reimbursement

                                      Benefits for full time employees Include:

                                      • Health Insurance
                                      • Dental Insurance
                                      • 401K Retirement plan
                                      • Life Insurance
                                      • Free Clinical Supervision toward VA licensure

                                      All applicants must have afternoon and evening availability. Must have a minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or closely related field and 1 year of applicable experience.

                                      Candidates for this position must meet criteria to be a Qualified Mental Health Professional — Child (QMHP-C). A bachelor’s or master’s degree in human services or a related field (e.g. counseling, psychology, social work) and at least 1500 hours of documented clinical experience with children or adolescents who have a DSM diagnosis is required for the QMHP-C designation.

                                      This position requires registration with the Board of Counseling as a QMHP-Child. Candidates who have already completed the registration process are preferred.

                                      At a minimum, candidates should initiate the registration process prior to interviewing with Compass.

                                      Registration applications must be completed online at: www.dhp.virginia.gov/counseling_forms.htm

                                        20. Community Based Counselor – Clinical Residency

                                        Compass Counseling Services is a family-focused counseling agency providing excellent clinical services to the youth and families of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Northern VA and the surrounding areas.

                                        Compass is looking for Masters level Counselors and/or Social Workers who are looking to obtain hours towards clinical licensure in the state of Virginia. The clinician will work in the clients home and with their family.

                                        Compass Offers the following:

                                        • Extensive Training Program and Clinical Skill Development
                                        • ***** Free VA Licensure Supervision (LPC, LCSW)*****
                                        • Positive Work Environment
                                        • Unlimited Earning Potential
                                        • Flexible Scheduling
                                        • Advancement Opportunities
                                        • Relocation Opportunties
                                        • Employee Bonuses
                                        • Mileage Reimbursement
                                        • Therapeutic supplies reimbursement

                                        Benefits for full time employees Include:

                                        • Health Insurance
                                        • Dental Insurance
                                        • 401K Retirement plan
                                        • Life Insurance
                                        • Free Clinical Supervision toward VA licensure

                                        All applicants must have afternoon and evening availability. Must have a minimum of a Masters Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or closely related field and be eligible for professional licensure.

                                          21. Clinical Supervisor – LCSW or LPC

                                          Advance your career by joining our leadership team at Compass NOVA. Compass’ Behavioral Health Programs have a distinguished reputation for quality and excellence in multiple locations across the state of Virginia. Compass is a mature organization that is known for its commitment to excellence, professional integrity, and a positive work environment. Candidates should possess a license as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Virginia, have 2 years post-licensure experience, and have the required training for supervising residents. Candidates must also have direct experience working with at-risk youth and families and providing home and community-based services. Candidates must also have supervisory experience. This position requires supervision of Home-Based Counselors, LCSW clinical residents, as well as the opportunity outpatient therapy in an office setting.

                                          We offer competitive compensation, flexible scheduling and a full-time benefits package.

                                          Compass also offers the following:

                                          • Competitive Pay
                                          • Flexible Scheduling
                                          • Benefits Package
                                          • Advancement Opportunities
                                          • Relocation Opportunties
                                          • Employee Bonuses
                                          • Mileage Reimbursement
                                          • Therapeutic Supplies Reimbursement
                                          • Extensive Training Program and Clinical Skill Development

                                          Comprehensive Benefits for full time employees include:

                                          • Health Insurance
                                          • Dental Insurance
                                          • 401K Retirement plan
                                          • Life Insurance
                                          • Paid time off

                                            22. ABA Behavior Technician | Charlottesville

                                            Are you interested in growing in a fulfilling career where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your area?

                                            If so, a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be for you. This growing field offers numerous opportunities for advancement at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Professionals in this field are in high demand and have the exciting opportunity to impact children and families through evidence-based treatment.

                                            At Compass Behavioral Solutions, we provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders as well as family support and training to their caregivers. We are one of the largest providers of behavioral services in Virginia and offer the security of an established, thriving company; a supportive, team-oriented work environment; and a culture of continual self-improvement and mutual accountability. We are committed to excellence, not just in our clients’ outcomes, but in ourselves and one another.

                                            No certifications are required to work as a clinician in our program. Those completing coursework and accruing clinical hours toward becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can participate in our student training program and then move into our supervisor training program following board certification.

                                            As an ABA Behavior Technician in our program, you will:

                                            • Provide 1:1 home-based ABA services for youth under the age of 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities.
                                            • Support client’s caregivers through a variety of methods.
                                            • Participate in trainings and clinical supervision that focus on a holistic approach integrating ABA with other effective therapeutic strategies.
                                            • Utilize videotaping as a way to provide in-depth supervision and training that fosters continued growth.
                                            • Work with Board Certified Behavior Analysts to maximize effectiveness of interventions as delineated in client’s treatment plans.
                                            • Work with Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide effective family support.
                                            • Document each session through clinical notes and data collection.

                                            Education, Experience & Other Requirements for an ABA Behavior Technician:

                                            • Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (e.g., Education, Special Education, Child Development, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work) and/or experience in fields of child development, human services, mental health, special education.
                                            • Required: High school diploma.
                                            • Required: Valid driver’s license.

                                            Why choose Compass as an ABA Behavior Technician:

                                            • Enriching and supportive environment for all employees.
                                            • Regular individual supervision in the office with additional on-site supervision in homes.
                                            • Extensive new hire training program and ongoing clinical skill development.
                                            • Company-issued iPads and use of proprietary electronic practice management and data collection system.
                                            • Clinical supervision toward BCBA or BCaBA and opportunity to participate in student training program.
                                            • RBT supervision.
                                            • Competitive reimbursement including reimbursement for indirect activities such as documentation, drive time, and supervision.
                                            • Advancement opportunities.
                                            • Employee bonuses.
                                            • Mileage, phone, and therapeutic supplies reimbursement.

                                            Benefits for full-time ABA behavior technicians (minimum of 105 hours per month) include:

                                            • Health Insurance
                                            • Dental Insurance
                                            • 401k Retirement Plan
                                            • Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
                                            • Life Insurance
                                            • Health Savings Account
                                            • Paid Time Off

                                              23. Intensive In-Home Clinician (QMHP-C)

                                              We are seeking motivated professionals for Full Time Intensive In-Home Clinician positions. This program is designed to stabilize, strengthen, and support at-risk children and families through community-based counseling, collaboration, and skill building. The Intensive In-Home program provides excellent training, supervision, experience and support to bolster your career. Compass offers Full Time benefits and reimbursements.

                                              Free Residency Supervision for full time clinicians seeking Residency in Counseling and Residency in Social Work in our Intensive In-Home program. The Residency program provides free, on-site individual and group supervision toward LPC and LCSW licensure. Residency Supervisors are available to provide guidance with initial submission and documentation.

                                              Candidates for the Intensive In-Home clinician position must meet criteria to be a Qualified Mental Health Professional — Child (QMHP-C). A bachelor’s or master’s degree in human services or a related field (e.g. counseling, psychology, social work) and at least 1500 hours of documented clinical experience with children or adolescents who have a DSM diagnosis is required for the QMHP-C designation.

                                              This position requires registration with the Board of Counseling as a QMHP-Child. Candidates who have already completed the registration process are preferred.

                                              At a minimum, candidates should initiate the registration process prior to interviewing with Compass. Registration applications must be completed online at www.dhp.virginia.gov/counseling_forms.htm

                                                24. Mental Health Skill-building Clinician (QMHP-A)

                                                We are seeking motivated professionals for our Mental Health Skill-building Program. This program is designed to be goal-directed training to enable adult clients with mental illness achieve and maintain independence and community stability.

                                                This is a community-based position and involves training that is focused on the following areas with clients:

                                                • Functional skills and appropriate behavior related to the individual’s health & safety
                                                • Activities of daily living
                                                • Use of community resources
                                                • Assistance with medication management
                                                • Monitoring health, nutrition, and physical condition

                                                Compass provides services in all seven cities of Hampton Roads (Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, Hampton, and Suffolk).

                                                Candidates for this position must meet criteria to be a Qualified Mental Health Professional- Adult (QMHP-A). A bachelor’s or master’s degree in human services or a related field (e.g. counseling, psychology, social work) and at least 1500 hours of documented clinical experience with adults who have a DSM diagnosis is required for QMHP-A registration.

                                                This position requires registration with the Board of Counseling as a QMHP-Adult. Candidates who have already completed the registration process are preferred.

                                                At a minimum, candidates should initiate the registration process prior to interviewing with Compass. Registration applications must be completed online at www.dhp.virginia.gov/counseling_forms.htm