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Master's Level Clinician in Adult Developmental Disabilities

Adult Disability Services - Division, MAB Community Services, Boston, MA

In this key organizational role, the ideal candidate will be responsible for designing environments that support happy, healthy lives and to offer proactive interventions that reduce and eliminate circumstances that do not contribute to a person's well-being.  The candidate will be taking the lead on developing and implementing behavior support plans for individuals, as needed.  The candidate will ensure that behavior support plans are implemented effectively by providing observation, data analysis and training of support teams.

Essential Responsibilities

The successful candidate will excel in the following:

  • Collection of Data - has a deep understanding of how to assess and analyze data and then designs and implements Person Centered Plans.
  • Communication - the ability to work with all levels including individuals, families, co-workers and with other provider agencies.
  • Resourcefulness and Taking Initiative - brings to the organization flexibility and perseverance that results in well-designed, outcome-based programs.
  • Professional Perspective - looks at the broadest view of a challenge and then, with the ability to take in multiple aspects, scopes out a plan that results in a successful solution that shows both quantitative and qualitative results.
  • Passionate about making a difference!

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology. Education or Mental Health Counseling required.  Master's degree preferred.
  • 3 - 5 years experience with people with developmental disabilities, brain injuries and/or autism.
  • One of the following licenses is required: LICSW, LCSW or LMHC.  A BCBA certification is preferred.

About MAB Community Services

MAB Community Services is one of the oldest social service agencies in the U.S. Helen Keller served on the first MAB Advisory Board in the early 1900's! 

Since 1973, MAB has provided supports in a range of residential and vocational settings in the Greater Boston area for adults with developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and secondary disorders such as blindness, deafness, behavioral challenges, cerebral palsy, and issues related to aging.  Our experience allows us to help adults with diverse needs maximize their independence and enjoy the best possible quality of life.

www.mabcommunity.org