Current Job Postings

We are hiring for these current positions.

Director of Clinical Services

Behavioral Tech (RBT)

To apply for any of these positions, please click the button below to submit your resume and cover letter or email to info@ourtruelegacy.org.

Please Note: Unfortunately, the COVID-19 epidemic has hurt and shuttered many small businesses. Due to its unpredictability, we now require newly hired staff to provide proof of vaccination and be fully boosted or to be in the process of doing so. We respect an individual's rights to the fullest extent. However, being unvaccinated causes increased harm to our business and puts our clients, families and the schools we work in, at risk. 

 

Director of Clinical Services Job Description

Summary and Reporting

This position is primarily responsible for establishing and maintaining clinical processes for delivering

ABA-based services to children with ASD and clinical processes for delivering all lines of service as a HCBS

Waiver provider company. This position will report to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operations

Officer, and the Director of Compliance and Financial Management.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Core duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Complete intake, evaluation of new clients, and individual treatment of children and families;

  • Develop and recommend the adoption or deletion of policies, procedures, and operational/administrative practices related to responsible areas including, but not limited to, such policies and procedures related to clinical ABA operations and practices, clinical documentation, clinical models and practice expectations, safety and infection control standards, quality assurance for ABA services, and accreditation standards in accordance with accreditation requirements for responsible areas;

  • Develop, monitor, and make recommendations related to clinical metrics, continuous improvement activities, program performance improvement, and action planning related to responsible areas as well as processes related to referrals, evaluations, treatment, and client outcomes. Report these findings to the Executive Director of Operations and Chief Executive Officer;

  • Develop and maintain positive networking relationships with members of the executive team and outside partners and referral sources;

  • Review client behavioral support plans for adherence to evidence based behavioral interventions, use of defined alternative/replacement behaviors, and appropriate risk-benefit analyses;

  • Ensure professional development and positive culture;

  • Provide feedback, address employee/contractor concerns, assess employee/contractor clinical and direct support performance;

  • Work as a member of the leadership team to ensure services are of high quality, are appropriately reimbursed, and staff are meeting departmental objectives;

  • Participate in agenda development and facilitation of regular team meetings;

  • Promote high levels of organizational motivation, morale, and achievement; model and promote values of organization; participate in service-related events and trainings for the team, families, and the community;

  • Demonstrate effective leadership characteristics including, but not limited to, effective communication, strategic visioning, approachable demeanor, knowledge and use of principles of organizational behavior management, and ethical and professional conduct;

  • Remain abreast of trends and issues related to areas of responsibility;

  • Work with children and adults who may demonstrate aggressive behavior, if needed;

  • Maintain a full understanding of safety protocols and ensure that clients are safe and supervised at all times under a clinician’s care;

  • Report any suspicions of abuse, neglect, or exploitation to the Compliance Officer immediately; make any necessary reports to Adult Protective Services or Child Protective Services;

  • Complete other duties as assigned by the executive team;

  • Analyze and optimize branch-wide treatment outcomes;

  • Develop programming and treatment interventions which cater to the specific needs of ABA clients;

  • Work with the executive team to develop, achieve, and maintain quarterly growth and financial targets;

  • Provide supervision to other BCBA’s on staff and all other staff, if necessary;

  • conduct training with parents and other community members as needed;

  • Navigate local community resources (namely, the NDIS) to assist with securing/maintaining funding for clients

  • Other duties as assigned

Additional Supervisory Responsibilities

Additional supervisory responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Recommendations related to continuous improvement activities, program performance improvement, and action planning related to responsible areas as well as processes related to evaluations, treatment, and client outcomes;

  • Provide caregiver training, field training/shadowing and coaching for Registered Behavior Technicians, completing skills assessments (VB-MAPP, Vineland-3, ABLLS-R, BDI, Functional

  • Behavior Assessments, Functional Analyses, etc.), develop therapist goals and write therapist evaluations.

 
Education and Experience

The following education and/or combination of experience is required for this position:

  • Master’s degree or higher in a field that qualifies for certification from the BACB;

  • Active BCBA certification and authorization from the BACB to provide supervision;

  • Current knowledge of all BCBA and RBT requirements as stipulated by the BACB as well as the

  • BACB’s professional standards and policies;

  • Current knowledge of ASHA, APTA, AOTA, ASWB, CBMT, NCTRC, ASWB, AAMFT, NBCC and APA boards’ professional standards and policies;

  • Knowledge of BDDS/DDRS policies and procedures for providers;

  • Knowledge of all TLFS policies and procedures.

 
Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential

functions.

● Language skills

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, individuals, stakeholders, and the general public.

● Mathematical skills

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

● Reasoning ability

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

● Computer skills

Ability to efficiently use Microsoft Office Suite software, Electronic Mail Software (Outlook, Gmail, etc.), Dropbox, and any other software or platforms that the company chooses to use.

● Physical demands

Ability to regularly talk or converse with coworkers and individuals. Ability to frequently use hands to finger, handle, or feel and to reach with hands and arms. Ability to stand, walk, sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Ability to see, including close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Ability to regularly lift and/or move up to ten pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

Ability to occasionally lift 100 to 150 pounds with assistance.

 
True Legacy Family Services Culture

True Legacy Family Services is proud and protective of the culture it is cultivating. We believe that work and family balance along with self-care, spiritual, and cognitive well being are vital to living whole, happy

lives. And from this wholeness, the clinician is better equipped to deliver effective and compassionate care

at the highest possible level.

We believe that each of us should embody and embrace the Company’s core values so we work and grow

together in unison toward our highest individual and collective achievement. Salaried staff are cross

trained to be better able to assist with special or seasonal projects and to cover the business during one

another’s PTO. Our culture aims to be fluid vs rigid or cookie cutter.

 

Therefore, we are the only ABA organization in Indiana to offer generous PTO with a minimum one year

employment agreement. In addition, we offer health, dental, vision, life, Short Term Disability, and

Accident Insurance.

 

Behavioral Tech (RBT) Job Description

Behavioral Technician Position Summary

The Behavioral Technician will provide clinical skills instruction and behavior reduction protocols based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities. These services will be provided in the home, school, and/or community setting. The Behavioral Technician will collect data on client programs, assist with parent training, and assist the Behavior Analyst, Assistant Behavior Analyst, and graduate level students with clinical assessments as needed. The Behavioral Technician will be responsible for implementing some or all of the duties of the Lead Behavioral Technician and graduate level students in the temporary absence of these team members. Essential components of this position are listed below but subject to change at the discretion of True Legacy Family Services LLC. This job description describes essential job functions, but does not provide an exhaustive list of duties that may be assigned.

Responsibilities and Duties
  • Provide direct client care in 1:1 and group settings utilizing a combination of intensive teaching and natural environment training arrangements.

  • Follow the prescribed behavioral skill acquisition and behavior reduction protocols.

  • Follow and record data for prescribed toilet training protocols.

  • Collect, record, and summarize data on observable client behavior.

  • Assist with parent and caregiver training in line with client’s individualized treatment and behavior reduction protocols.

  • Effectively communicate with parents and caregivers regarding client progress as instructed by the Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

  • Utilize safe & appropriate handling procedures when working with clients.

  • Maintain client confidentiality in all interactions and communications.

  • Assist Behavior Analysts, Assistant Behavior Analysts, and graduate level students with various skill assessments, functional behavior assessments, and functional analyses as needed.

  • Assist Behavior Analysts, Assistant Behavior Analysts, and graduate level students in preparing client materials as instructed.

  • Maintain a clean, safe, and organized work and therapy environment.

  • Assume Lead Behavioral Technician responsibilities in their absence.

  • Collaborate and engage in feedback with the treatment team including client, parents and caregivers, outside professionals, Lead Behavioral Technician, graduate level students, Assistant

  • Behavior Analysts, Behavior Analysts, and other co-workers.

  • Maintain an ongoing record of direct therapy hours supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and proactively communicate with assigned BCBA to receive supervision for a minimum of 5% of direct therapy hours.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities
  • Accept positive and constructive feedback and develop knowledge and skill sets accordingly. Deliver feedback to the assigned Board Certified Behavior Analyst when needed.

  • Maintain and acquire technical knowledge by attending required training sessions.

  • Demonstrate effective time management skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks at one time.

  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Be adept at developing and maintaining professional relationships with clients, co-workers, supervisors, and community members.

  • Have ability to adhere to organizational policies and procedures and abide by code of ethics as indicated by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board

  • Commit to maintaining client confidentiality and adhere to HIPAA laws.

  • Commit to ongoing training and development as it relates to clinical skills, professional development, ethics, and technology, and training in order to perform job responsibilities to required standards and maintain active status with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.

  • Possess ability to interpret and implement clinical protocols and written.

  • Maintain a professional appearance with regard to clothing, grooming, hair, and make-up.

Basic & Physical Skills
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds

  • Must be able to lift and carry clients with adaptive equipment.

  • Must be able to assume and maintain a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crawling, sitting, standing) for extended periods of time.

  • Must be able to sit on the floor or stand for extended periods of time.

  • Must be willing and able to restrain/hold/transport and utilize quick body movements as indicated in the Behavior Intervention Plan in the course of working with children with challenging behavior.

  • Must have manual dexterity to perform specific computer and electronic device functions for data collection.

  • Must be physically present at the assigned job location, which may include home, school, and community placements.

  • Must be able to receive detailed information through oral communication.

  • Must have visual acuity to read and comprehend written communication through computer, electronic devices, and paper means.

  • Must have reliable transportation and be willing and able to travel between different job sites within the Greater Indianapolis Area.

  • Must have a valid Indiana Driver’s License & insurance in good standing

Qualifications

Unremitting desire to make a positive difference in the lives of the children and families that we have the

privilege to serve (required)

  • Registered Behavior Technician Certification (preferred)

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a behavioral science (preferred)

  • High School Degree with 2+ years working in a behavioral healthcare environment (required)

Reporting Relationship
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst; Clinical Director

Related Training
  • Responsible for completing and maintaining all required certifications and trainings including,but not limited to: CPR and First Aid, Fingerprinting & Background Checks, RBT trainings

  • Other company in-services and trainings as directed by employment supervisor

 

True Legacy Family Services Culture

True Legacy Family Services is proud and protective of the culture it is cultivating. We believe that work and family

balance along with self-care, spiritual, and cognitive well being are vital to living whole, happy lives. And from this

wholeness, the clinician is better equipped to deliver effective and compassionate care at the highest possible

level.

We believe that each of us should embody and embrace the Company’s core values so we work and grow together

in unison toward our highest individual and collective achievement. Hourly staff are cross trained to be better able

to assist with special or seasonal projects and to cover the business during one another’s PTO. Our culture aims to

be fluid vs rigid or cookie cutter.

Therefore, we are the only ABA organization in Indiana to offer generous PTO with a minimum one year

employment agreement. In addition, we offer health, dental, vision, life, Short Term Disability, and Accident

Insurance.