Work Wednedsay -Special Edition

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Sorry I have been MIA… let’s start with this great job opportunity and I will resume the tip posting…

Job opportunity in Chicagoland area:

Glenkirk is a not-for-profit agency providing residential, adult learning, vocational, and support services to adults with intellectual disabilities. Glenkirk’s Clinical Services Division is looking for a full time, experienced behavioral analyst/specialist to provide clinical behavioral intervention. This position is responsible for assessing, evaluating, developing, and monitoring individualized behavior intervention plans for an assigned caseload of individuals.

This position requires a DHS Level II Certification, or eligibility for DHS Level II Certification. BCBA preferred. Generous benefits; salary commensurate with experience.

Please e-mail your interest letter and resume to Kim Berenberg at kberenberg@glenkirk.org

You can learn more about Glenkirk at: http://glenkirk.org/ (Links to an external site.)

 

2 Responses

  1. Denise C

    Passed BCaBA exam first time. The best tip I can give is saturate yourself in ABA. I did this by only reading ABA texts, journal articles, my FIT notes and study trivia from FB groups. I continued my saturation by doing audio recordings of notes and some entire journal articles so I could listen while I drove ( after I Wrote the exam I listened to music again and the CBC radio) capitalize on your own learning style, mine is listening and talking. The other tip is using quizlet (make your own from notes and Cooper or used vetted accounts), this fulfilled my desire to fill time with online usage on my phone ( replace FB usage with quiz time, my seven year old called quizlet my games. I felt confident going into the exam despite the hype and felt confident after ( doubt crept in during the wait for results).

    • Behaviorjedi

      Congrats, Denise!

      Sorry it took me forever to reply. Thank you for your tips? What are you up to these days?