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The Center for Autism and Related Disorders has been dedicated to excellence in client care since 1990. Every day we strive to make individualized impactful change with patients and their families and our goal is to equip each child with the skills they need to succeed.
Reasons to join the CARD® team
Tadra Vanhook, Natalie Eloe & Brittney Keeler
Behavior Technicians help kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a condition that impacts a child’s ability to communicate, socialize, and play. Behavior Technicians implement Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment programs with CARD patients and families under the direction of a Clinical Supervisor. Behavior Technicians receive 2-3 weeks of comprehensive training.
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for all clinical aspects of treatment for the patients they oversee. This includes the assessment and analysis of the patient’s skills and behaviors, the development of treatment plans, and the training of the patient’s caregivers and Behavior technicians. BCBA, LCSW, or LMFT certification is required. This is a salaried full-time position.
The GCM serves as the lead clinician for the BCBAs in their region, overseeing their performance and the quality of care provided, including a proactive review of treatment plans, patient outcomes, and caregiver engagement, as well as ongoing coaching of BCBAs. The GCM also maintains a part-time caseload and is responsible for the clinical supervision of these patients.
The Operations Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of their assigned center. Responsibilities range from administrative duties to the development of the center’s team, including but not limited to billing, payroll, general reporting, the onboarding of employees, and client relations. The OM leads business development and staffing efforts. This is a salaried full-time position.
The Group Operations Manager provides operations support for the centers within their territory while continuing their role as Operation Manager for their primary center. They exercise collaboration and teamwork while employing exceptional mentoring and communication skills. The GOM works closely with the Region Managers on the individual, day-to-day needs of the Region.
The Region Manager serves as the business lead while being responsible for the overall growth, financial well-being, and development of the centers within their area. Other responsibilities include: setting and meeting individual center performance, and ensuring that members of administrative staff are trained, supported, and pursuing excellence in their work.
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