Ability to conduct comprehensive functional behavior assessments and functional (analogue) behavior analysis and to develop behavior support plans.
Knowledge and skills in applied behavior analysis and behavior support plan development, implementation, and evaluation.
Knowledge regarding medications used to assist with behavior management and systems to track treatment effectiveness.
Ability to evaluate behavioral and program data and to make clinical recommendations based on those data.
Ability to train staff in programming and related behavioral areas.
Ability to professionally supervise behavioral and programming staff.
Ability to work with minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Knowledge and experience in administering all aspects of the delivery of behavioral services to persons with intellectual disabilities, including skill acquisition training, peer to peer aggression, restraint reduction, and trauma informed approach
Knowledge regarding etiology and characteristics of developmental disabilities.
Knowledge regarding applicable local, state, and federal laws, federal regulations, and departmental and agency policy related to the provision of behavioral services
Advanced writing skills in developing technical reports, grants, research proposals, and other relevant documents. Leadership skills in motivating staff and effectively implementing changes.
Knowledge and skills in using personal computers and relevant software.
Must have a Degree in medicine
Complete an approved post-graduate training program fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, American Osteopathic Association, or an equivalent professionally recognized accrediting body
Must have Managerial/supervisory experience
Experience working in mental health
5 years clinical experience
Must have a Licensed psychiatrist
Current valid license to practice medicine/psychiatry in the State of Indiana
Hold a current valid Indiana Controlled Substance Registration Certificate
Hold a current valid Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) number