Print Friendly, PDF & Email


Advanced Crisis Solutions

Job Position: Clinical Supervisor

Department: Clinical

Job Status: Full-time, salaried, exempt

Reports To: Director of Operations; Director of Clinical Development

Travel Required: Tehama, Butte, & Shasta County

Work Schedule: 5 Weekdays (M-F) 9 am – 5 pm

Pay Scale: $90,000+ annual


Advanced Crisis Solutions is passionate about helping people. ACS believes in a high level of integrity, fidelity, and person-first language while treating people with dignity and respect. ACS considers our employees to be our greatest assets. We are about our people. The ACS culture is about growth, learning, education, feedback, and empowerment! We aim to collaborate with like-minded providers to maximize our impact on and within the community. It is our mission to disseminate the science of applied behavior analysis and teach progressive ways of thinking about people with disabilities.


The Advanced Crisis Solutions’ (ACS) Clinical Supervisor (CS) is responsible for all aspects of assessment, treatment, case supervision, and programming for clients throughout the client’s cycle of treatment. The CS will supervise the clinical aspects of the ACS Case Manager’s (CM) role. The CS partners with the CM, the client, and other stakeholders (e.g. primary caregivers, Adult Residential Facilities (ARFs), funding sources, etc.) working towards improving independence, quality of life, and decreasing challenging behavior.


To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.


The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for ensuring quality, timely completion of the following:

● Adherence to ethical standards and guidelines set by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

● Completion of initial assessments of clients to identify behavioral needs and goals.

● Development of individualized, function-based treatment plans based on the principles of ABA.

● Design and implementation of data collection systems to monitor client progress.

● Regular data analysis to assess the effectiveness of behavior interventions and adjust plans accordingly.

● Documentation and maintenance of assessment findings, treatment plans, and progress notes in compliance with regulatory requirements.

● Training caregivers and staff on effective implementation of behavior intervention plans.

● Collaboration with professionals (e.g. psychologists, educators, and therapists) and stakeholders (e.g. families, caregivers, funding sources, community resources) to provide support and guidance.

● Facilitation of meetings and discussions to ensure coordinated care and effective communication.

● Supervision of CMs.

● Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

● Active BCBA Certification in good standing with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

● Mastery of all knowledge, skills, and abilities on the BACB’s BCBA Task List

● 2+ years experience working in a 2 or 3-tier behavior analytic service model as a BCBA.

● 2 years experience working with adults with developmental disabilities

● Successful completion of Professional Crisis Management – Practitioner 2 course provided by ACS within 60 days of employment

● Successful completion of a comprehensive background check, including criminal history and employment verification.

● Possession of a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record

● Successful completion of pre-employment physical examination

● Ability to perform physical tasks related to the position, such as standing, walking, bending, lifting, etc.

● Ability to work remotely three weeks out of the month and one week out of the month at the ACS office and in the community.

Preferred Qualifications

● 5+ years experience working in a 2 or 3-tier behavior analytic service model

● Experience working with adults with diagnoses outside of autism.

● Training and experience relating to child development, psychology, and other similar fields of study

● Previous experience with crisis management programs, interdisciplinary teams, and CA Regional Centers

Work Location

● Hybrid – Work from Home, office, and community settings

Physical Demands

● Ability to lift and carry between 50-75 pounds

● Extended periods of standing, walking, or sitting

● Ability to bend, stoop, kneel, lunge, crouch, or perform tasks at ground level.

● Pushing or pulling

● Reaching and stretching to access items stored at various heights or distances.

● Reaching overhead to retrieve or store items on shelves or cabinets.

● Physical agility to navigate different types of terrain, stairs, or uneven surfaces.

● Ability to react quickly and move swiftly in emergency situations or during crisis intervention.

● Operating vehicles safely and effectively, which may include driving for extended periods or in varying weather conditions.

● Loading and unloading vehicles with safety equipment or materials.

● Performing repetitive motions, such as typing, sorting, etc., over extended periods.

● Working in environments with varying temperatures, noise levels, or lighting conditions.

● Exposure to potentially hazardous materials or substances, requiring adherence to safety protocols.

● Ability to travel to Redding, CA, and surrounding areas


● 401(k) with 4% Match

● Group Medical, Vision & Dental Benefits

● Health Savings Account (HSA)

● Paid Time Off

● Sick Time Off

● 9 Paid Holidays Per Year

● Annual Education & CEU Allowances

● Referral Program

● Free Legal Support

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: Master's
Driver's License Required: Yes
Hiring Requirements for This Job:
  • Drug Testing / Screening
  • Background Checks
  • Motor Vehicle Record Check
  • Physical
  • Maximum Hourly Wage: 0