The Program Manager is an experienced Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. The Program Manager has direct responsibility for the clinical programming for clients on their caseload, including day-to-day supervision and training of behaviour therapists. They are also directly responsible for providing independent fieldwork supervision for TMB team members that require supervision. They are responsible for overseeing yearly staff training programs. Program Managers are members of the TMB Management Team, and have broader responsibilities with regards to the delivery of the Strategic Initiatives of the organisation.
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The Program Supervisor is an experienced behaviour clinician with a Master Degree in Education with ABA focus or a Master of ABA and/or a BCBA or BCaBA. The Program Supervisor is most directly responsible for the clinical programming for clients on their caseload, including day-to-day supervision and training of behaviour therapists that are implementing ABA therapy programs for the clients on their caseload. They may also assist with: delivering organization-wide training, development of new client group programs and annual quality assurance and improvement projects.
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The BT/RBT is a behaviour practitioner who has completed or is in the process of completing the Registered Behaviour Technician training. They have, or are acquiring, competency in functional behaviour approaches and effective teaching procedures. The BT/RBT is responsible for direct provision of behaviour therapy in home, clinic and community settings. They may also assist with provision of clinic based group programs. BT/RBTs may also be acquiring independent fieldwork hours towards the BCBA qualification. BT/RBT may have a wide range of education and background, including allied health (speech/OT) students, psychology students/graduate or early childhood educators. BT/RBTs receive a high level of direct supervision and training from either a Program Supervisor or Program Manager.
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You’ve completed your assessments.
You’ve passed your vivas (Whew!)
You’ve done all of your placements.
You are now a Speech Pathologist.
Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
But now what?
We know how exciting and daunting starting your career can be.
The first years after graduation are critical to building confidence in your skills and developing a love for the profession.
The learning and support needs of an early career clinician are unique.
As a new graduate, you need support, but you also need encouragement to safely stretch beyond your comfort zone to achieve even bigger and better things. Maybe even things beyond what you thought you’d be able to achieve.
The New Graduate Speech Pathologist position is designed especially for qualified Speech Pathologists that have graduated within the past 24 months. This role is perfectly suited to early career clinicians who wish to build confidence and knowledge working with a range of individuals with communication needs.
At TMB, new graduate speech pathologists can expect:
Supporting early career clinicians is a responsibility that we take very seriously.
This is why we have created a role just for you.
Hear Kristin talk about her passion for coaching early career professionals here.
Read more about TMB’s New Graduate Speech Pathologist Position here.
See how high you can fly!