Careers at reed next

Have questions about working at REED Next? Contact us at info@reednext.com.

We are always looking for passionate individuals to join our growing team.

We have many career and growth opportunities available in our Adult Day and Residential Programs. If you’re ready to make a difference, please apply to the open positions as they are listed below.

REED Next is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Clinical Director

Job Description

In conjunction with agency leadership, sets the direction and structure of clinical processes for REED Next. Develops and oversees clinical systems related to skill acquisition programming and behavior management in the day-habilitation, residential, and community-based programs. Establishes clinical systems related to behavioral data collection, assessment, skill-acquisition, behavior intervention, staff training, and continuous quality improvement.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:

Education & Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Psychology, or a specialty field related to Autism Treatment.
  • Five years’ experience working with individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities; at least two years of experience as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst developing skill acquisition and behavior support programming.

Required Certification:

  • Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA)

Essential Functions:

  • Establishes and oversees clinical systems in compliance with New Jersey Division of Developmental Disability (NJ DDD) regulations and current best practices in ABA services for adults with Autism. 
  • Provides supervision and oversight to clinical services across the day-habilitation, residential, and community programs.
  • Works collaboratively with operations to provide direct supervision, guidance, mentoring, and development to all staff. 
  • Conducts appropriate behavior assessments as needed, including skills assessments, preference and reinforcer assessments, functional behavior assessments (FBA), and functional analyses.
  • Develops and monitors:
    • Comprehensive systems of data collection and analysis
    • Skill acquisition and behavior support programming
    • Strategies to promote generalization and maintenance 
    • Staff training and monitoring
    • Timely completion of clinical documentation
  • Conducts regular reviews of all skill acquisition and behavior support plans. 
  • Maintains a schedule of communication with families and stakeholders.
  • Serves on the agency Behavior Management Committee (BMC).
  • Conducts regular staff meetings and attends program management meetings to ensure direct support staff are well-informed, and to promote open discussions and shared knowledge.
  • Attends external conferences (e.g., NJABA, Autism NJ) and national and regional workgroups related to adult services to both obtain and share information.
  • Assists in coordinating intake procedures, as it relates to behavioral support services; provides intake assessments as needed.
  • Directly manages Behavior Intervention Specialists (BIS) and other clinical staff:
    • Provides clinical supervision and RBT and BCBA supervision.
    • Appropriately delegates work responsibilities.
    • Conducts professional development through hands-on training experiences, staff meetings, and workshop training. 
    • Regularly provides timely performance feedback to staff on clinical and professional issues.
  • Assists in formulating and recommending long range plans for services and programs to be offered.
  • Assists in planning and monitoring the department budget.
  • Works collaboratively with the senior management team to set and achieve strategic initiatives. 
  • Establishes and oversees a continuous quality improvement plan.
  • Flexes schedule (evening and weekend) to meet client needs
  • When applicable, provides on-call responsibilities.

Required Skills:

Effective and efficient communication both verbally and written.  Effective and flexible interpersonal skills with an ability to connect with staff at all levels within the organization. Proven organization and management skills.  Strong knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint and/or Google Suite.

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Behavior Intervention Specialist

Job Description

Responsible for overseeing clinical services as well as operational services for our clients in the REED Next Adult Services Program. A Behavior Intervention Specialist ensures that each person is involved in a coordinated and integrated active treatment program.

We are able to provide supervision hours for BCBA candidates.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct initial assessments, reassessments, and write progress reports
  • Develop clear, objective goals for clients based on individual needs
  • Develop individualized treatment plans and behavior support plans
  • Provide direct training and supervision to DSP staff on client treatment plans and behavior support plans
  • Monitor data collection, review progress/effectiveness, and make recommendations
  • Provide support, instruction, and feedback to staff with regard to managing challenging behaviors and teaching replacement behaviors through the principles of ABA
  • Participate in annual ISP reviews
  • Maintain DDD standards for annual review
  • Maintain effective communication with staff
  • Develop and participate in staff trainings
  • Perform crisis intervention using agency-trained protocols
  • Perform DSP duties if needed
  • Perform other administrative and/or operational duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree within the human services field (Master’s degree preferred). Participate and pass Pre-Employment, In-Service and Annual Training requirements of NJ DDD & REED Next.
  • Valid driver’s license and motor vehicle record is in compliance with organization’s driving policy. Clear criminal record and other background checks in accordance with NJ DDD State & REED Next requirements.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral are required. Ability to convey, understand and follow spoken and written instructions in English.
  • Three years experience with adults in the IDD/Autism field preferred. Experience providing supervision and training to staff.

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Direct Support Professional (DSP), Adult Day Habilitation Program

Job Description

Help establish vocational, volunteer, and recreational opportunities for each participant within an integrated, community-based setting. Train necessary skills and record behavioral and program data both in the community and at the program site. Driving required.

Skills Required

  • Must be 20 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, HS Diploma or GED required.
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • Must pass PMT training, First Aid and CPR and all background checks.

 Hours:

Monday to Friday, 8:00am- 4:00pm

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Direct Support Professional (DSP), REED Next Residential Program

Job Description

Direct Care which includes light housekeeping, cooking, ADL skills, meal preparation, community outings, appointments, administering medication and laundry. May require you to drive participants in the community.

Skills Required

  • Must be 20 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, HS Diploma or GED required.
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • Must pass PMT training, First Aid and CPR and all background checks.

 Hours

Full-time & Part-time: Various hours and shifts.

Complete the Job Application >>

We are always looking for passionate individuals to join our growing team.

We have many career and growth opportunities available in our Adult Day and Residential Programs. If you’re ready to make a difference, please apply to the open positions as they are listed below.

REED Next is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Clinical Director

Job Description

In conjunction with agency leadership, sets the direction and structure of clinical processes for REED Next. Develops and oversees clinical systems related to skill acquisition programming and behavior management in the day-habilitation, residential, and community-based programs. Establishes clinical systems related to behavioral data collection, assessment, skill-acquisition, behavior intervention, staff training, and continuous quality improvement.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:

Education & Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Psychology, or a specialty field related to Autism Treatment.
  • Five years’ experience working with individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities; at least two years of experience as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst developing skill acquisition and behavior support programming.

Required Certification:

  • Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA)

Essential Functions:

  • Establishes and oversees clinical systems in compliance with New Jersey Division of Developmental Disability (NJ DDD) regulations and current best practices in ABA services for adults with Autism. 
  • Provides supervision and oversight to clinical services across the day-habilitation, residential, and community programs.
  • Works collaboratively with operations to provide direct supervision, guidance, mentoring, and development to all staff. 
  • Conducts appropriate behavior assessments as needed, including skills assessments, preference and reinforcer assessments, functional behavior assessments (FBA), and functional analyses.
  • Develops and monitors:
    • Comprehensive systems of data collection and analysis
    • Skill acquisition and behavior support programming
    • Strategies to promote generalization and maintenance 
    • Staff training and monitoring
    • Timely completion of clinical documentation
  • Conducts regular reviews of all skill acquisition and behavior support plans. 
  • Maintains a schedule of communication with families and stakeholders.
  • Serves on the agency Behavior Management Committee (BMC).
  • Conducts regular staff meetings and attends program management meetings to ensure direct support staff are well-informed, and to promote open discussions and shared knowledge.
  • Attends external conferences (e.g., NJABA, Autism NJ) and national and regional workgroups related to adult services to both obtain and share information.
  • Assists in coordinating intake procedures, as it relates to behavioral support services; provides intake assessments as needed.
  • Directly manages Behavior Intervention Specialists (BIS) and other clinical staff:
    • Provides clinical supervision and RBT and BCBA supervision.
    • Appropriately delegates work responsibilities.
    • Conducts professional development through hands-on training experiences, staff meetings, and workshop training. 
    • Regularly provides timely performance feedback to staff on clinical and professional issues.
  • Assists in formulating and recommending long range plans for services and programs to be offered.
  • Assists in planning and monitoring the department budget.
  • Works collaboratively with the senior management team to set and achieve strategic initiatives. 
  • Establishes and oversees a continuous quality improvement plan.
  • Flexes schedule (evening and weekend) to meet client needs
  • When applicable, provides on-call responsibilities.

Required Skills:

Effective and efficient communication both verbally and written.  Effective and flexible interpersonal skills with an ability to connect with staff at all levels within the organization. Proven organization and management skills.  Strong knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint and/or Google Suite.

Complete the Job Application >>

Behavior Intervention Specialist

Job Description

Responsible for overseeing clinical services as well as operational services for our clients in the REED Next Adult Services Program. A Behavior Intervention Specialist ensures that each person is involved in a coordinated and integrated active treatment program.

We are able to provide supervision hours for BCBA candidates.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct initial assessments, reassessments, and write progress reports
  • Develop clear, objective goals for clients based on individual needs
  • Develop individualized treatment plans and behavior support plans
  • Provide direct training and supervision to DSP staff on client treatment plans and behavior support plans
  • Monitor data collection, review progress/effectiveness, and make recommendations
  • Provide support, instruction, and feedback to staff with regard to managing challenging behaviors and teaching replacement behaviors through the principles of ABA
  • Participate in annual ISP reviews
  • Maintain DDD standards for annual review
  • Maintain effective communication with staff
  • Develop and participate in staff trainings
  • Perform crisis intervention using agency-trained protocols
  • Perform DSP duties if needed
  • Perform other administrative and/or operational duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree within the human services field (Master’s degree preferred). Participate and pass Pre-Employment, In-Service and Annual Training requirements of NJ DDD & REED Next.
  • Valid driver’s license and motor vehicle record is in compliance with organization’s driving policy. Clear criminal record and other background checks in accordance with NJ DDD State & REED Next requirements.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral are required. Ability to convey, understand and follow spoken and written instructions in English.
  • Three years experience with adults in the IDD/Autism field preferred. Experience providing supervision and training to staff.

Complete the Job Application >>

Direct Support Professional (DSP), Adult Day Habilitation Program

Job Description

Help establish vocational, volunteer, and recreational opportunities for each participant within an integrated, community-based setting. Train necessary skills and record behavioral and program data both in the community and at the program site. Driving required.

Skills Required

  • Must be 20 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, HS Diploma or GED required.
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • Must pass PMT training, First Aid and CPR and all background checks.

 Hours:

Monday to Friday, 8:00am- 4:00pm

Complete the Job Application >>

Direct Support Professional (DSP), REED Next Residential Program

Job Description

Direct Care which includes light housekeeping, cooking, ADL skills, meal preparation, community outings, appointments, administering medication and laundry. May require you to drive participants in the community.

Skills Required

  • Must be 20 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, HS Diploma or GED required.
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • Must pass PMT training, First Aid and CPR and all background checks.

 Hours

Full-time & Part-time: Various hours and shifts.

Complete the Job Application >>

Have questions about working at REED Next? Contact us at info@reednext.com.