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JOB ID: 3337
The Administrative Assistant for the HR Float Pool will provide temporary administrative/secretarial support to departments, throughout the Institute, as assigned by the Human Resources Department, to meet the staffing needs while short staffed.
JOB ID: 3363
the Administrative Services Coordinator I will provide administrative support to the CARD clinic, plan and coordinate CARD events and oversee payroll tracking and submission for CARD staff.
JOB ID: 1704
The Administrative Service CoordinatorII (Staff and Office Coordinator) is responsible for daily scheduling, reporting, and the effective staff assignments of approximately 80 Program Aides. With the guidance of school administration, this professional will manage recruitment activities along with the general onboarding of new hires and contracted staff. The incumbent will monitor staff training and the timely submission of important documents. This employee will prepare disciplinary documentation and schedule disciplinary and performance evaluation meetings as directed by school administrators. In addition, this individual will provide oversight of the school administrative office and reception area functions including direct supervision of the Secretary (School Receptionist). The Administrative Services Coordinator II will also provide administrative support to the Education Director and school administrators.
JOB ID: 3322
the Administrative ServicesCoordinator II is responsible for coordinating the on-boarding of all fellows, trainees, and work-study students including processing payroll, appointments, benefits, visas, orientations, etc. This staff member is responsible for creating/tracking the annual stipend budget, developing/updating all registration and orientation materials, training end users in the trainee onboarding process and developing all policies and procedures relevant to the position and maintaining same on the KKI Intranet. The staff member will coordinate the trainee exit process, all Training Affiliations and Letter of Agreements and will work closely with the Training Administration and Curriculum Committee (TACC) and with the NIRS Coordinator to ensure comprehensive tracking of current and former trainees
JOB ID: 3164
the Application Support Analyst IV is the primary support contact for an assigned application. The Application Support Analyst IV builds and tests the specific application system, analyzes other technical issues, and resolves issues associated with Epic software.
JOB ID 3293
The Asst. Director, Clinical Outcomes will assess the quality of the clinical services and provide for continuous
improvement within the Behavioral Psychology department. These improvements will include
increased research publications, innovative technology to improve quality of care. The Asst.
Director of Clinical Outcomes will work closely with the Director, Clinical Outcomes and
Behavioral Psychology director in regards to data management, analysis, participation in credit
for publication products as appropriate, and continuous evolution of the Clinical Outcomes
The Assistant Professor (Senior Clinical Director) will supervise and has responsibility for program development and clinical services delivered by faculty and non-faculty clinicians at CARD under the guidance of the Director of CARD. The incumbent will collaborate to develop and implement clinical and training budgets. This person is responsible for developing, with clinical discipline supervisors, evidence-based fidelity of implementation systems that generate adherence and quality of implementation metrics for clinical care and training. The incumbent will establish clinical research protocols and collaborate with the informatics team to generate the associated informatics and analytic systems for these protocols. This person is responsible for the oversight of all CARD satellite supervisors. This person is responsible for, with the Director, establishing and monitoring metrics that ensure effective functioning of the Director of Clinical Operations. The incumbent will collaborate with the Director to establish and monitor an Institute-wide autism assessment quality assurance programs. This person is responsible for developing and supervising clinical training programs within CARD and provides direct clinical and consultation services within CARD as requested.
JOB ID: 2841
The staff member assists with the implementation of the program as outlined in the IEP of each student. This staff member assists with adapting instruction that meets the individual academic, medical, developmental, and technological needs of the students. This staff member will fulfill all teacher duties and responsibilities in the periodic absence of the teacher. It is understood that this staff member may be expected to assume all teacher duties during extended absences of a teacher.
JOB ID: 3252
this staff member will support the teachers who serve a varied population of students. The staff member assists with the implementation of the program as outlined in the IEP of each student. This staff member assists with adapting instruction that meets the individual academic, medical, developmental, and technological needs of the students. This staff member will fulfill all teacher duties and responsibilities in the periodic absence of the teacher. It is understood that this staff member may be expected to assume all teacher duties during extended absences of a teacher.
JOB ID: 3144
this staff member works in coordination with classroom, Mental Health/Clinical, and Related Services staff to provide Behavioral Services to students. Under the supervision of the Manager of Behavioral Services, Dean of Students, Director of Psychological and Behavioral Services, or Educational Director, the Behavior Analyst will serve as case manager for the behavioral programming of individual students. A primary responsibility is the development and implementation of Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP). The Behavior Analyst will facilitate and document the development of the BIP as well as conduct and document Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and provide staff training. This staff member will also monitor the efficacy of the BIP through data collection and graphing. Additional responsibilities include the development and implementation of crisis management procedures and the provision of behavioral support in the classroom. As assigned, the Behavior Analyst may also provide support and guidance to Therapeutic Behavioral Aide (TBA) staff as well as other Behavioral Services personnel. Fieldwork supervision may be provided to individuals seeking BCBA supervision as indicated.