Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents is an acute care, inpatient psychiatric specialty hospital treating chronic illnesses, brain injuries, and neurobehavioral disorders with co-occurring behavioral issues for patients ranging in age 2-22 years.Â Cumberland Hospital is located in New Kent, VA, minutes to the Richmond area, historical Williamsburg, VA and a quick drive to the VA beaches.Â
Cumberland Hospital offers comprehensive benefits such as:
Challenging and rewarding work environment
Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription Drug Plan
Generous Paid Time Off
401(K) with company match and discounted stock plan
Career development opportunities within UHS and its Subsidiaries
We are seeking an experiencedÂ Behavior AnalystÂ who will be responsible for assuring the operation of behavioral, cognitive and psychotherapeutic milieu programming on assigned units; monitoring of unit staff performance and fidelity to clinical programming andÂ coordinator of treatment goals with affiliated hospital staff.Â If this opportunity is of interest to you, send your resume to Kim.White@uhsinc.comÂ or apply online at www.cumberlandhospital.com.
Essential Job Duties are:
Oversees the development, implementation and evaluation ofÂ behaviorally oriented programs on the unit and to individual clients.
Designs and revises (with input from appropriate staff) specific behavioral programming for individual clients according to presenting needs.
Organizes and administrates procedures to collect, evaluate and disseminate data relative to unit and individualized programming needs.
Provides on-going monitoring, supervision, and training of direct care staff in the execution of their daily duties and specific client programs as it relates to behavioral programming.
Demonstrates coordination of clear communication exchange between patient/family, physician/treatment team, and payor throughout treatment process when assigned to our Autistic Unit.
Demonstrates regular reporting of patient's progress goals to payor with treatment team input while maintaining awareness of and conveying to the team the funding source needs and status when assigned to our Autistic Unit.
Demonstrates coordination of patient centered treatment through the interdisciplinary team when assigned toÂ our Autistic Unit.
Demonstrates the management of a patient's transition outside the facility in a manner which assures continuity of care post discharge.