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Licensed Psychologists (Assessment & Report Writing)

COMPETITIVE PAY & FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES

POSS provides behavioral support services throughout New Jersey. We are currently seeking licensed psychologists to conduct assessments.   

Position Title:  Psychologist

Job Classification: Contract

Position Objective/Summary: The specific job duties are as follows: Psychologist Contractor will meet with youth, consumers and caregivers at the regional center and/or in the home or community to provide a psychological assessment for the purposes of determining mental health needs. Psychologist must:

  • Administered and interpret Psychological Evaluations
  • Administered and interpret Emotional/Behavioral Assessments
  • Provided timely written reports appropriate for complete evaluation
  • Provide DSM-5 diagnosis where appropriate
  • Provide appropriate treatment recommendations based on assessment findings

Minimum Qualification Required For This Position: Psychologist Contractor must have a Doctorate Degree in psychology and be licensed by the state of New Jersey. Contractor must have experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Contractor must also have experience working with administering various tests as well as administering measures which assess adaptive functioning, depression, and anxiety. Contractor must be familiar with the diagnosis of Autism and have experience using measures which will tease out the differences between Autism, ADHD, and other mental health issues.

Contractor must have strong interpersonal skills and must be able to time manage.  Contractor must possess their own assessment tools to include but not limited to: the WISC-5, WAIS-4, WPSII-4 and must have a Q-global account to access behavior, emotional, adaptive measures such as the BASC-3 and the Vineland-3.  

Bilingual/Spanish skills are a plus but certainly not a requirement.

Bonus Points: Psychologist has experience with conducting psychosexual evaluations with risk assessment for children and adolescents. Experience with J-SOAP-II

Pay based on experience and the type of assessment.

Job Type: Contract

Must consent to a Criminal Background Check

Intensive In-Community Therapist/ Licensed Psychotherapist                          (Hudson, Bergen, Passaic, & Essex Counties)

COMPETITIVE PAY & FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES

We provide behavioral support services and counseling services throughout New Jersey. We are currently seeking licensed LAC, LSW, LMFT, LCSW, LPC or Psy.D/Ph.D. (bilingual-Spanish Speaking a plus) to provide a variety of therapeutic services to children and adults. Our dynamic team values collaboration and utilize the team to create a supportive and positive work. This is a Fee-for-Service position Tax form 1099. Background check and motor vehicle driver’s abstract required.

COMPETITIVE PAY & FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES

SUPERVISION AVAILABLE for LACs & LSWs who want to become licensed in NJ

Responsibilities and Duties

Intensive In-Home Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Provide in-home/community counseling (IIC) to children and adolescents who have emotional and/or behavioral needs.
  • Provide services based on an individualized treatment plan to stabilize to prevent higher level of care.
  • Provide behavioral interventions and behavioral management.
  • Ensure complete and timely documentation of all activities
  • Therapists will use short-term evidence-based practice/interventions to provide counseling to children/adolescents in accordance with their needs.
  • Participate in child family team meetings as necessary.
  • Schedule Monthly supervision/meet with Supervisor Monthly to discuss current and up-coming family visits.
  • Ability to answer text or emails on timely manner
  • collaborate weekly with case managers with status of family/youth’s progress.
  • Qualifications and Skills
  • Excellent communication skills written and verbal.
  • Master’s Degree or higher required
  • Licensed: LAC, LSW, LMFT, LCSW, LPC or Psy.D/Ph.D. (bilingual-Spanish Speaking a plus)
  • Driver’s License and reliable transportation
  • Willing to travel
  • Dependable, creative and enjoys helping others.
  • Ability to prioritize projects and strong problem solving skills.
  • Bilingual is a plus (Spanish, Creole, Sign Language, etc.).

Must consent to a Criminal Background Check

Intensive In-Community Therapist/ Licensed Psychotherapist       

(Multiple Openings-Northern & Central NJ)

COMPETITIVE PAY & FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES

We provide behavioral support services and counseling services throughout New Jersey. We are currently seeking licensed LAC, LSW, LMFT, LCSW, LPC or Psy.D/Ph.D. (bilingual-Spanish Speaking a plus) to provide a variety of therapeutic services to children and adults. Our dynamic team values collaboration and utilize the team to create a supportive and positive work. This is a Fee-for-Service position Tax form 1099. Background check and motor vehicle driver’s abstract required.

COMPETITIVE PAY & FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES

SUPERVISION AVAILABLE for LACs & LSWs who want to become licensed in NJ

Responsibilities and Duties

Intensive In-Home Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Provide in-home/community counseling (IIC) to children and adolescents who have emotional and/or behavioral needs.
  • Provide services based on an individualized treatment plan to stabilize to prevent higher level of care.
  • Provide behavioral interventions and behavioral management.
  • Ensure complete and timely documentation of all activities
  • Therapists will use short-term evidence-based practice/interventions to provide counseling to children/adolescents in accordance with their needs.
  • Participate in child family team meetings as necessary.
  • Schedule Monthly supervision/meet with Supervisor Monthly to discuss current and up-coming family visits.
  • Ability to answer text or emails on timely manner
  • collaborate weekly with case managers with status of family/youth’s progress.
  • Qualifications and Skills
  • Excellent communication skills written and verbal.
  • Master’s Degree or higher required
  • Licensed: LAC, LSW, LMFT, LCSW, LPC or Psy.D/Ph.D. (bilingual-Spanish Speaking a plus)
  • Driver’s License and reliable transportation
  • Willing to travel
  • Dependable, creative and enjoys helping others.
  • Ability to prioritize projects and strong problem solving skills.
  • Bilingual is a plus (Spanish, Creole, Sign Language, etc.).

Must consent to a Criminal Background Check

Behavior Therapists (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, and Essex Counties)

FULL-TIME, PART-TIME

Progressive Option Support Services LLC is seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts, BCaBAs, RBTs and BTs to join our team!! We seek qualified and dedicated professionals to service children and families throughout Northern, NJ.

SUPERVISION IS AVAILABLE TO APPLICANTS NEEDING SUPERVISION HOURS

Responsibilities vary depending on position:

  • Oversee, implement, and monitor a comprehensive ABA home program
  • Design, teach, and supervise ABA interventions that are ethical and effective
  • Supervise behavioral technicians and others who implement behavior analytic interventions
  • Provide training in ABA methods
  • Implement parent training to caregivers and other family members
  • Prepares updated authorizations for insurance

Requirements :

  • For BCBA’s Possess a valid certificate as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Have access to reliable transportation
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Comply with all HIPAA (confidentiality) laws as it relates to Protected Health Information.
  • Be reliable, punctual, organized, and a self-starter
  • Must be creative, enthusiastic, and a team player!

Qualifications:

  • Current BCBA certification
  • At least 1 year of home-based ABA experience
  • Master’s Degree in ABA or related field, i.e., Special Ed., Child Psych, etc. for BCBAs
  • Familiarity and ability to administer and interpret a variety of clinical assessments (such as VBMAPP, AFLS, ABLLS, ADOS-2, etc.)
  • Display excellent clinical competence and judgment; ability of working in a multi-disciplinary team environment
  • Ability to train and supervise paraprofessionals in the delivery of 1:1 ABA services
  • Ability to build strong, supportive relationships with parents and other caregivers
  • Respect for cultural diversity and capability of adapting ABA procedures to that diversity
  • Excellent written and verbal skills; detail oriented
  • Strong leadership and management capabilities.
  • Willingness to accept supervision and guidance, & remedy any identified deficits or weaknesses.

Bonus Points:

  • If BCBA is already credentialed with Major insurances such as: Horizon, Aetna or Cigna (Our support will assist with credentialing).
  • Applicants should have NPI number (Our support team provide guidance on obtaining an NPI)

Why Join Comprehensive?

  • Consistent opportunities at all levels – Per-diem thru Full Time
  • Generous hourly rates/ Competitive compensation & benefits package for FT employees
  • Ask us about our generous Referral Bonuses!
  • Operations support to enable clinical team’s sole focus on case and treatment management
  • Opportunities for upward growth as well as access to Continuing Education courses.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $15 – $75.00 per hour

Certification Required:

  • BCBA (Required) for BCBAs

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Must Consent to a Background Check

 

BCBAs, BCaBAs, Behavior Technicians (Multiple Openings – Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, and Essex Counties)

FULL-TIME, PART-TIME

Progressive Option Support Services LLC is seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts, BCaBAs, RBTs and BTs to join our team!! We seek qualified and dedicated professionals to service children and families throughout Northern, NJ.

SUPERVISION IS AVAILABLE TO APPLICANTS NEEDING SUPERVISION HOURS

Responsibilities vary depending on position:

  • Oversee, implement, and monitor a comprehensive ABA home program
  • Design, teach, and supervise ABA interventions that are ethical and effective
  • Supervise behavioral technicians and others who implement behavior analytic interventions
  • Provide training in ABA methods
  • Implement parent training to caregivers and other family members
  • Prepares updated authorizations for insurance

Requirements :

  • For BCBA’s Possess a valid certificate as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Have access to reliable transportation
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Comply with all HIPAA (confidentiality) laws as it relates to Protected Health Information.
  • Be reliable, punctual, organized, and a self-starter
  • Must be creative, enthusiastic, and a team player!

Qualifications:

  • Current BCBA certification
  • At least 1 year of home-based ABA experience
  • Master’s Degree in ABA or related field, i.e., Special Ed., Child Psych, etc. for BCBAs
  • Familiarity and ability to administer and interpret a variety of clinical assessments (such as VBMAPP, AFLS, ABLLS, ADOS-2, etc.)
  • Display excellent clinical competence and judgment; ability of working in a multi-disciplinary team environment
  • Ability to train and supervise paraprofessionals in the delivery of 1:1 ABA services
  • Ability to build strong, supportive relationships with parents and other caregivers
  • Respect for cultural diversity and capability of adapting ABA procedures to that diversity
  • Excellent written and verbal skills; detail oriented
  • Strong leadership and management capabilities.
  • Willingness to accept supervision and guidance, & remedy any identified deficits or weaknesses.

Bonus Points:

  • If BCBA is already credentialed with Major insurances such as: Horizon, Aetna or Cigna (Our support will assist with credentialing).
  • Applicants should have NPI number (Our support team provide guidance on obtaining an NPI)

Why Join Comprehensive?

  • Consistent opportunities at all levels – Per-diem thru Full Time
  • Generous hourly rates/ Competitive compensation & benefits package for FT employees
  • Ask us about our generous Referral Bonuses!
  • Operations support to enable clinical team’s sole focus on case and treatment management
  • Opportunities for upward growth as well as access to Continuing Education courses.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $15 – $75.00 per hour

Certification Required:

  • BCBA (Required) for BCBAs

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Must Consent to Background Check

 

Behavior Therapists (Union, Middlesex, Ocean, and Monmouth Counties)

PART-TIME, FULL-TIME, PERDIEM

Progressive Option Support Services LLC is seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts, BCaBAs, RBTs and BTs to join our team!! We seek qualified and dedicated professionals to service children and families throughout Northern & Central, NJ.

We are currently looking for Behavior Therapists to supervise cases and join the Progressive Option Support Services team! Duties include but not limited to: Implementing direct interventions, conducting parent training, collecting and analyzing behavioral data, consulting with team members and other professionals, meeting with team members and providing feedback in regards to programs and treatment.  

Responsibilities vary depending on position:

  • Oversee and monitor a comprehensive ABA home program
  • Design, teach, and supervise ABA interventions that are ethical and effective
  • Supervise behavioral technicians and others who implement behavior analytic interventions
  • Provide training in ABA methods
  • Implement parent training to caregivers and other family members
  • Prepares updated authorizations for insurance

Requirements :

  • Possess a valid certificate as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Have access to reliable transportation
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Comply with all HIPAA (confidentiality) laws as it relates to Protected Health Information.
  • Be reliable, punctual, organized, and a self starter
  • Must be creative, enthusiastic, and a team player!

Qualifications:

  • Current BCBA certification
  • At least 1 year of home-based ABA experience
  • Master’s Degree in ABA or related field, i.e., Special Ed., Child Psych, etc.
  • Familiarity and ability to administer and interpret a variety of clinical assessments (such as VBMAPP, AFLS, ABLLS, ADOS-2, etc.)
  • Display excellent clinical competence and judgment; ability of working in a multi-disciplinary team environment
  • Ability to train and supervise paraprofessionals in the delivery of 1:1 ABA services
  • Ability to build strong, supportive relationships with parents and other caregivers
  • Respect for cultural diversity and capability of adapting ABA procedures to that diversity
  • Excellent written and verbal skills; detail oriented
  • Strong leadership and management capabilities.
  • Willingness to accept supervision and guidance, & remedy any identified deficits or weaknesses.

Bonus Points:

If already credentialed with Major insurances such as: Horizon, Aetna or Cigna (This is not required. Our support team will assist with credentialing)

BCBAs should have an NPI at the time of application.

Why Join Comprehensive?

  • Consistent opportunities at all levels – Per-diem thru Full Time
  • Flexible scheduling and independent work where possible 
  • Ask us about our generous Referral Bonuses!
  • Operations support to enable clinical team’s sole focus on case and treatment management
  • Opportunities for upward growth as well as access to Continuing Education courses.

 Certification Required:

  • BCBA (Required) for BCBAs

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $15.00 – $75.00 per hour

Must Consent to Background Check

 

BCBAs, BCaBAs, Behavior Technicians (Multiple Openings – Union, Middlesex, Ocean, and Monmouth Counties)

PART-TIME, FULL-TIME, PERDIEM

Progressive Option Support Services LLC is seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts, BCaBAs, RBTs and BTs to join our team!! We seek qualified and dedicated professionals to service children and families throughout Northern & Central, NJ.

We are currently looking for Behavior Therapists to supervise cases and join the Progressive Option Support Services team! Duties include but not limited to: Implementing direct interventions, conducting parent training, collecting and analyzing behavioral data, consulting with team members and other professionals, meeting with team members and providing feedback in regards to programs and treatment.  

Responsibilities vary depending on position:

  • Oversee and monitor a comprehensive ABA home program
  • Design, teach, and supervise ABA interventions that are ethical and effective
  • Supervise behavioral technicians and others who implement behavior analytic interventions
  • Provide training in ABA methods
  • Implement parent training to caregivers and other family members
  • Prepares updated authorizations for insurance

Requirements :

  • Possess a valid certificate as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Have access to reliable transportation
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Comply with all HIPAA (confidentiality) laws as it relates to Protected Health Information.
  • Be reliable, punctual, organized, and a self starter
  • Must be creative, enthusiastic, and a team player!

Qualifications:

  • Current BCBA certification
  • At least 1 year of home-based ABA experience
  • Master’s Degree in ABA or related field, i.e., Special Ed., Child Psych, etc.
  • Familiarity and ability to administer and interpret a variety of clinical assessments (such as VBMAPP, AFLS, ABLLS, ADOS-2, etc.)
  • Display excellent clinical competence and judgment; ability of working in a multi-disciplinary team environment
  • Ability to train and supervise paraprofessionals in the delivery of 1:1 ABA services
  • Ability to build strong, supportive relationships with parents and other caregivers
  • Respect for cultural diversity and capability of adapting ABA procedures to that diversity
  • Excellent written and verbal skills; detail oriented
  • Strong leadership and management capabilities.
  • Willingness to accept supervision and guidance, & remedy any identified deficits or weaknesses.

Bonus Points:

If already credentialed with Major insurances such as: Horizon, Aetna or Cigna (This is not required. Our support team will assist with credentialing)

BCBAs should have an NPI at the time of application.

Why Join Comprehensive?

  • Consistent opportunities at all levels – Per-diem thru Full Time
  • Flexible scheduling and independent work where possible 
  • Ask us about our generous Referral Bonuses!
  • Operations support to enable clinical team’s sole focus on case and treatment management
  • Opportunities for upward growth as well as access to Continuing Education courses.

 Certification Required:

  • BCBA (Required) for BCBAs

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $15.00 – $75.00 per hour

Must consent to background check