Manhattan Behavioral Center (MBC) is seeking a positive, dynamic Hybrid BCBA-LBA-SEIT Case Manager that is interested in joining a therapeutic team where the goal is to offer every child the opportunity to thrive.
Why Choose Us?
MBC has created a workplace that is inclusive and diverse - where everyone can be their authentic self, and where authenticity is celebrated
We have an open-door policy which reflects our commitment to transparent and flexible communication between managers and team members
Data informs decisions, and we are constantly learning, creating, and evolving to meet the needs of the children
We are humble and have the mindset of being better today than we were yesterday
Strong commitment to professional development with 5 days per year of guest speakers, workshops, and open forums
$300 stipend for continuing education after one year of employment
Ongoing support from present and dedicated supervisors
Opportunities for growth across all companies
Generous benefits that include:
Paid time off (PTO) in addition to company closures the last week of December and Spring break in April
100% employer sponsored medical insurance for each employee
Employer retirement plan
Life insurance, short- & long-term disability
If our company culture matches your values, come join the team at Manhattan Behavioral Center!
Hybrid BCBA-LBA-SEIT Case Manager for clinic and home-based services
Full-Time Mon to Fri 8:45pm-4:45pm or 10am-6pm flexibility in the evening hours is needed
Hybrid (Remote & In Person) with most cases on the Upper West Side, Upper Manhattan, occasional cases in Brooklyn/Queens
$85,000-$90,000 Per Year
Your Impact Here at MBC
Supervise ABA providers to ensure correct implementation of programs and behavior management tactics
Maintain contact with parents in a positive and professional manner, ensuring timely responses to all caregiver questions and/or concerns
Observe all cases on a monthly basis (center and/or home based)
Conduct assessments and develop programs for all new clients
Write progress reports and IEP goals
Review program books on a weekly basis (monitor and analyze data, revise instructional tactics as needed, add short term objectives as needed, implement new programming)
Develop behavior plans as needed
Create, prepare, and organize teaching materials for each client on caseload
Provides clinical supervision for assigned therapists to meet the requirements for the BCBA , LBA, RBT and/or BCaBA
Participate in IEP meetings and/or hearings as needed
Collaborate with related service providers and/or the clients classroom providers to ensure consistency
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
Provide direct ABA service for 2-3 cases on caseload
This responsibility will shift to ABA providers as caseload grows/expands to full capacity-overseeing 80-100 ABA hours
Act as the registered and dedicated supervisor for ABA providers enrolled in a master’s level BCBA and/or LBA program.
Provide weekly supervision in accordance with the NYS regulations for all students in their BCBA and LBA programs. This may include live observations with clients, 1:1 meetings and group supervision.
Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, or related human services field
BCBA and NYS LBA
Special Education Certification either B-2 or 1-6
Case management/supervision preferred
Manhattan Behavioral Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local fair employment practices laws. Manhattan Behavioral Center strictly prohibits and does not tolerate discrimination against employees, applicants, or any other covered persons because of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, citizenship, or any other protected classification under applicable federal, state, or local laws. In addition, Manhattan Behavioral Center complies with the relevant country laws governing employment nondiscrimination in all our international offices. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Manhattan Behavioral Center, a growing clinical resource for families and people with autism and related disabilities, is here to support each person’s program from the ground up. Individually tailored, structured, and engaging services are created and executed with clinical integrity according to each person’s needs. Our services range from educationally based programming to a scientifically backed analytical approach to behavior.
We are a partner in research and services with The Manhattan Children’s Center, a world-class educational and therapeutic facility for children with special needs.
The MBC difference is our trans-disciplinary approach. Transcending traditional therapeutic models by disseminating and carrying out expert concepts across all settings and providers.