This is a full time Core Faculty position with responsibilities as Program Director of the Applied Behavior Analysis program within the Applied Psychology Department at Antioch University, New England. The position is responsible for development and oversight of all aspects of the Certificate and Master of Science programs in Applied Behavior Analysis. The Full-time faculty/Director will be responsible for procurement and on-going administration of all instructional resources including but not limited the acquisition and maintenance of required program approvals and certifications from the ABAI; recruitment of prospective students; and identification and hiring of adjunct instructors. The candidate will be expected to participate in assigned faculty and college-wide committees, and for participating in all aspects of the faculty role (student engagement, scholarship, service, and institutional citizenship). More information about the program can be found at https://www.antioch.edu/new-england/degrees-programs/counseling-wellness/applied-behavior-analysis-ms/.
The Full Time Core Faculty and Director of ABA Programs is responsible for oversight of the Masters level and Certificate ABA programs at Antioch University New England. Maintaining and updating Antioch University’s Behavior Analysis ABAI’s Verified Course Sequence (VCS). The position will teach 12 credits per Academic year as faculty and which includes release time to serve as Director.
Responsibilities will include: • Teach a minimum of one class per term. • Coordinate the timely completion and submission of VCS syllabi and specified required documentation to ABAI. • Identify and hire adjunct faculty • Create course schedules each semester• Recruitment of new students* Responsible for maintaining Intensive Practicum experience* Requires maintaining relationships with sites, student placements, and holding the role of Director of Field Experience • Comply with all policies and procedures including but not limited to: timely submission of grades, textbooks, attendance, use of AUNE email system, etc. • Coordinate process to ensure that all Antioch University and BACB Disciplinary policies are adhered to by program staff and students. • Ensure student engagement including, but not limited to, recruitment, orientation, advising, professional feedback to students on course assignments and class performance, among others. • Conduct regularly scheduled ABA program meetings. • Oversee student advising process for all ABA program students. • Attend New Faculty Orientation. • Schedule additional office hours to fulfill the responsibilities. • Performance of other reasonably related duties as requested by supervisor.
Education and Experience Required
Doctoral Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Psychology, or related field; active certification as a doctoral level Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA-D); meet VCS eligibility standards.
For more information about these positions, contact, search committee chair, Dr. Janet Robertson at email@example.com. Submit applications to Will Dooley, Human Resources HR.AUNE@Antioch.edu with “ABA Director Search” in the subject line. Applications must include a statement of interest, curriculum vita, 3 written references, and complete contact information for at least two more references.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.
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