Indian Creek Foundation
  • Souderton, PA, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical, Dental, Vision, 401-K with company match, Wellness Program, EAP, Tuition Reimbursement and friendly work environment

General Responsibilities: Provide direct services as a lead clinician in the TASP and STAP classrooms, including the provision of behavioral interventions and the transfer of social skills into community setting, for children with Autism.  Serves as a member of the TASP and STAP leadership team, along with Program Coordinator and Program Specialist.  Assists with care coordination and case management needs of children enrolled in the TASP or STAP program.

Essential Duties:

  •  Serve as lead clinician in 1 TASP/STAP classroom, approximately 17.5 hours per week, including the following duties:
    1. Plan daily psychoeducational lesson plans
    2. Plan community integration activities
    3. Develop individualized treatment plans for each child
    4. Provide input forms to psychologists for re-evaluations
    5. Formulate Social Skills Improvement System data
    6. Transfer skills to parents and families, such as through a weekly update, open houses, and family trainings
    7. Facilitate inter-agency team meetings with families and the CASSP team


  1. Participate in monthly team meetings and one-on-one meetings with TASP Coordinator.
  •  Coordinate psychological evaluations and meetings.
  •  Fullfill administrative requirements for timely authorization of services, including the completion of all necessary documentation for submission to Magellan Behavioral Health to ensure uninterrupted services.
  •  Provide support to the team members and families being served.
  •  Communicate about case issues with TASP Coordinator when appropriate.
  •  Collaborate with treatment team members in the development of goals and interventions
  •  Provide informative resources to families including parent training opportunities, community events, activities available locally for special needs children, etc. Provide linkage to these supports as needed.
  •  Participate in monthly family meetings.
  •  Assist Coordinator with clinical supervision of Therapeutic Aides, including but not limited to individual or group supervision.
  •  Assist Coordinator with administrative duties, including but not limited to petty cash, attendance records, group supervision, review of billing and progress notes.
  •  Maintain accurate, clear documentation on progress notes for each session, and a complete file for each case.


Other Duties:

  •  Attend training as required by program/department. Maintain current training certifications as needed for the program needs.
  •  Assist with other duties and special projects as assigned.

Education/Training: Masters degree in related field (ex. Social Work, Psychology, Special Education, etc.)

Skill(s): Excellent written and oral communication skills; organizational and interpersonal skills; ability to multi-task; problem solving skills; ability to facilitate effective team communication; sensitivity and ability to work effectively with families from various backgrounds and cultures; flexibility to respond to growing program; maintains composure and uses critical-thinking skills during challenging situations; able to design and implement interventions using behavior plans.

Experience: Minimum of one year of behavioral health experience, preferably direct experience working with children with Autism and their families. Experience with group facilitation, or classroom management is preferred.


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