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If you’re looking for a rewarding career where you’ll make a difference in a child’s development, one of our roles could be for you!

Available Positions

  • Clinical Supervisors

    Sacramento South Bay

    Qualifications Licensed and/or board certified clinician with Master's degree

    Pluses Two years of related professional experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders and/or other related developmental disabilities in a multi-disciplinary team setting

    As a KOI Clinical Supervisor, you’ll be responsible for supervising our Behavior Therapists and providing specialized behavioral intervention services for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Regular visits with caregivers to review program effectiveness and observations is a great part of the job, along with providing education to the caregivers. Additionally you will lead monthly progress updates with each family.

    Our direct service employees will receive your coaching and support through your organization of visits to overlap their services provided to the families. Our Clinical Supervisors are in charge of reviewing program data and reports submitted by the direct service team, and updating individualized programs to ensure each child’s development is accurately reflected. We’ll expect you to meet our productivity requirements, which will be painless if you’re an efficient worker.

    The Clinical Supervisors attend our bi-weekly staff meetings with the team, development trainings and connect with the Clinical Director on a regular basis.  Finally, we’ll expect you remain current on new research and developments in behavior analysis and related fields.

    Working Hours

    40 hours/week

    Qualifications

    You should be a licensed clinician, such as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst or a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in one of the following disciplines: early childhood education/development, early childhood special education, special education, pediatric therapy, psychology, or a related field. It is preferred that you also have two years of related professional experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders and/or other related developmental disabilities in a multi-disciplinary team setting.

    Benefits

    1. Health, Vision, and Dental Benefits: Full-time employees are eligible for medical coverage
    2. 401K: A generous 401 K package with employer matching for eligible employees*
    3. Incentive (Bonus) Program: Clinical Supervisors are eligible for an incentive program for going above and beyond their job requirements & billable hours.
    4. Laptops and cell phones are provided to all Clinical Supervisors.
    5. Sick Days: All employees are eligible for sick days.
    6. Vacation Time: Personal Days are also offered to employees at all levels.
    7. Tuition Reimbursement: If you’re a lifelong learner, KOI employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement*
    8. AT&T Discount
    9. The best perk we can offer is the chance to make a difference in a child’s life while working with people who love what they do.

    * Must meet minimum eligibility requirements for full benefits

    If you’d like to join us fill out the short form below and attach your resume and/or cover letter.

  • Behavior Therapists

    Sacramento South Bay East Bay

    Qualifications HS Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree

    Pluses ABA knowledge, Previous experience working with children, Bilingual in Spanish and English

    Ready to start a rewarding career working with kids? Come join KOI as a Behavior Therapist!

    Our behavior therapists use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to provide high-quality 1:1 direct services in the client’s home (and community settings, as needed). KOI provides in house training for every BT and continuous coaching and support. You’ll also attend bi-weekly staff meetings where topics range from advanced training in assessment tools to video reviews to staff jeopardy!

    Working Hours

    Part-time and Full-time opportunities are now available with benefits offered, depending on amount of hours worked per week.

    Qualifications

    1. A High School Diploma for Behavioral Interventionist positions, Bachelor’s Degree and educational coursework completed in the areas of: Psychology, Child Development, Special Education, or a related field is preferred.
    2. Compassionate individual with a passion to help make a difference in a child’s development.
    3. A drive to be part of an innovative and growing organization with amazing growth potential.
    4. Previous work experience with ABA and Autism is preferred.
    5. A valid driver’s license and proof of car insurance with a good driving record is required.
    6. Bilingual in Spanish is a big plus

    Benefits

    1. Health, Vision, and Dental Benefits: Full-time employees are eligible for medical coverage*
    2. 401 K: A generous 401 K package with employer matching for eligible employees*
    3. Drive Time: Employees are paid for drive time and receive mileage reimbursement.
    4. iPads are provided to all Behavior Therapists.
    5. Sick Days: All employees are eligible for sick days.
    6. Vacation Time: Personal Days are also offered to employees at all levels.
    7. Incentive (Bonus) Program: Behavior Therapists are eligible for an incentive program for going above and beyond their job requirements.
    8. Supervision: Employees may be eligible to accrue BCBA, BCaBA, MFT, or Psychologist supervision hours under the direct supervision of one of our licensed or certified staff.
    9. Paid Training: KOI trains all incoming Behavior Therapists extensively and continues to provide ongoing education for all staff throughout the year.
    10. Tuition Reimbursement: If you’re a lifelong learner, KOI employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement*
    11. Registered Behavior Therapist Training
    12. The best perk we can offer is the chance to make a difference in a child’s life while working with people who love what they do.
    13. Flexible schedule

    * Must meet minimum eligibility requirements for full benefits
    If you’d like to join us fill out the short form below and attach your resume and/or cover letter.

  • Licensed Psychologist (Contract)

    San Jose

    Qualifications Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology, 2 years conducting psychological evaluations, licensed in the State of California

    Pluses experience in the assessment and treatment of autism, Asperger's Syndrome, nonverbal learning disorders, ADHD and learning disabilities, and experience collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams.

    Kids Overcoming is seeking to add a licensed psychologist to our dynamic clinical team. You will be responsible for providing diagnostic evaluations in our San Jose clinic, on a contract basis.

    Location

    San Jose, CA

    What You’ll Do:

    You should be comfortable conducting psychological assessments of children and adolescents with various neurobehavioral disorders, with a special emphasis on children with autism spectrum disorders. This includes administration, scoring, and interpretation of relevant assessment tools (ADOS-2, ADI-R, Mullen Scales of Early Learning, etc.). You’ll deliver written and oral feedback to families, providers, and schools regarding test results and provide recommendations for treatment and educational planning. You’ll also prepare, and maintain, client records and reports, and supervise assistants/interns.

    Minimum Education or Training Equivalent to:

    1. Doctorate degree in clinical psychology, minimum of 2 years conducting psychological evaluations. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in the assessment and treatment of autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, nonverbal learning disorders, ADHD and learning disabilities, and experience collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams.
    2. Applicants must be licensed in the State of California. Strong clinical skills required.
    3. Formal training with the Autism Diagnostic Observation System- second edition (ADOS-2), the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R), and substantial clinical experience with children on the autism spectrum is a plus.
    4. Additionally, this candidate should have excellent organizational skills, strong oral and written communications skills and be computer proficient.
    5. This individual must be able to work independently and as a member of a team.

    If you’d like to join us fill out the short form below and attach your resume and/or cover letter.

  • BCBA - Professional Development Specialist

    Sacramento

    Qualifications BCBA

    Pluses

    Kids Overcoming (KOI) is seeking a vibrant BCBA-Professional Development Specialist in the Sacramento area to join the organization’s Professional Development team.

    The BCBA-PDS will provide initial and on-going training for clinical employees in both structured group, individualized and in-vivo training settings. Topics include but are not limited to: Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD); Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA); and additional required clinical trainings for our practice. Additionally, a portion of time will be available for clinic-based and contracted trainings for the community and organizational partners.

    Responsibilities:
    • You will report to the Professional Development Director and will be a part of the Sacramento senior clinical team, working to achieve the goals of the organization while providing high quality services in a positive, team-oriented work environment.
    • You’ll be responsible for developing, coordinating, and implementing ongoing staff trainings.
    • The Professional Development team is responsible for the supervision of our RBTs and developing a mentorship program.
    • You’ll evaluate our staff through data collection and analysis, and provide ongoing support for their continued professional development.
    • You’ll work with our awesome Professional Development Director to update and improve our training materials, making sure they match our program goals and are effective.
    • Additionally, you’ll be able to provide specialized in-home and community-based interventions for children with autism spectrum diagnoses.
    •Finally, we’ll ask you to remain current on new research and trends in behavior analysis and relevant fields.
    In short, we’ll keep you happily busy!

    Minimum Education or Training Equivalent to:
    You should have a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in: behavior analysis, psychology, education, special education, or a relevant field. You. should be Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
    You should have strong clinical and interpersonal skills, coupled with an ability to understand and remain current (and translate) current research. We are looking for a highly collaborative individual with the ability to successfully represent the organization internally and externally.

    Minimum Additional Related Experience:
    • Able to demonstrate exceptional clinical skills with children with autism spectrum disorders, including extensive training in applied behavior analysis (ABA), behavioral skills training (BST) and functional behavior assessment (FBA).
    • Experienced with behavior analysis teaching/training techniques used in organizational settings.
    • Knowledgeable in assessment measures such as the VB-MAPP.
    • Expertise in all empirically evaluated assessment and intervention strategies related to program and service delivery for individuals with ASD.
    • Able to demonstrate proficiency with BST and provide effective performance feedback.
    • Able to support implementation of clinical treatment in natural settings and environments such as in the home, in classroom, and/or community.
    • Able to establish data collection systems to monitor clinical performance.
    • Able to adapt and modify training curriculum.
    • Able to coordinate with, mentor, and provide on-going support for clinical staff across settings, including providing in-service trainings and facilitating topic-based discussions.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills; American Sign Language or bilingual ability, strongly desired

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