Last update: 11/26/2013
Los Angeles Area
San Fernando Valley
AA degree or related experience. One year training and experience in providing services to individuals with developmental, mental and/or physical disabilities. Help individuals develop necessary independent living skills. Days/ Evenings, Overnight, Weekends/Full or Part Time.
BA (or in progress toward) or related experience. Support individuals at their place of employment and in the community. Days/Full Time.
BA (or in progress toward) in a related field and/or experience. This position is primary contact for Employment Specialists in the field and supports the management team. Reports to STEP Supervisor. On Call coverage. Days/Full Time
High school diploma, experience required. Respite behavior support in home for children with behavior challenges. Provide companionship, supervise and monitor individuals. Afternoons/Evenings/Weekends/Part Time.
High school diploma and completion of competency based training developed by IABA. Implement and monitor Individual Education Plans in a school setting or an Individual Support Plan in a home/community setting. Provide companionship, supervise and monitor individuals.
AA or relevant experience in Psychology, Education or a related field. Experience in implementing 1:1 discrete trial instruction.
Sr. Instructional Companion
At least an AA degree or equivalent in Psychology, Education or a related field. Experience in implementing 1:1 discrete trial instruction to children challenged with autism.
Supported Living Area Manager
MA degree in Social Work, Psychology, Special Education, or a related field or comparable training and experience building relationships with individuals with a developmental disabilty.
Key duties include but are not limited to: Training and development of a management team and direct service staff, and development of Individual Program Plans and corresponding protocols. Maintain service delivery within budgetary guidelines. Address opportunities on IABA's Periodic Service Review and maintain a score of 85% or higher.
Time Off (PTO)
After achieving regular employee status, a full-time employee will begin to accumulate PTO hours, which will be used for vacation, personal time-off and absences due to illness or injury. PTO hours will accumulate at the rate of 1.25 days per month for a total of fifteen days per year during the employee's first five years of employment.
All full-time regular status employees are entitled to six paid holidays per year. (New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day)
The Institute currently offers two types of medical health insurance plans for full-time regular status employees. All employees participating in one of the Institute's medical healthcare plans are required to make a premium co-payment through payroll deduction.
The Institute will pay for the employee's coverage, as well as the employee's dependent coverage.Employee's premium co-payment requirements are as follows:
Kaiser Permanente - Health Maintenance
An HMO plan is somewhat restrictive -
however, if you are primarily interested in lower
cost, this plan may be best for you.
In order to receive benefits, you must go to
a Kaiser Permanente Hospital or Kaiser Permanente
Medical Office in your coverage area.
Your plan physician determines the services
you require. The benefits in this plan are quite
good and your medical co-payment is lower than our
Employee with no dependents - $236.36 per month
Employee with one dependent - $510.56 per month
Employee with two or more dependents - $692.56 per month
Kaiser Permanente – Preferred Provider Organization (PPO)
This PPO plan provides
slightly different benefits, but allows you to select a
primary care physician. In
order to receive benefits, you must go to the primary
physician you have chosen or to a specialty physician who
has been referred by the primary physician.
Your primary physician is chosen from an extensive
list, divided geographically. The benefits in this plan are
quite good and you may change primary physicians as often as
every 30 days, if you are dissatisfied for any reason.
Employee with no dependents - $363.58 per month
Employee with one dependent - $785.36 per month
Employee with two or more dependents - $1,065.32 per month
The Institute provides dental insurance to all employees at no
charge. You may choose from two types of coverage, a Preferred
Provider Organization (PPO) network of dentists, or an Indemnity
Plan that allows you to use your own dentist. The employee pays
for dependent coverage for both plans through payroll deduction.
The Institute currently offers one option in an IRS approved Cafeteria Plan (IRS Code Section 106 Insurance Premiums). This plan allows employees to pay for individual and/or dependent family medical coverage with pre-tax dollars at no additional cost to the employee. Employees also have access to supplemental insurance benefits, such as life insurance, disability insurance, hospital indemnity or cancer insurance which are offered by AFLAC and payable through payroll deductions with pre-tax salary dollars.
The Institute offers its employees lifetime membership in two different credit unions: WESCOM Credit Union and the E- Central Credit Union (E-CCU). Each offers a wide range of financial services: Savings and Checking Accounts, Payroll Deductions, VISA cards, Personal/Mortgage and Automobile Loans. Both credit unions require that you open a savings account to join.
5777 W. Century Blvd. #675
Los Angeles, CA 90045 USA
Telephone: +1 (310) 649-0499
Fax: +1 (310) 649-3109
IABA, a leader in the field of non-aversive behavior management, provides a variety of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Services provided include behavior management day services, supported employment, and supported living, behavioral consultation and educational services. All employees receive paid Competency Based Training. Full time employees (30+ hours per week) are eligible for benefits, which includes medical/dental, paid time off, group life insurance and 401K plan. Most positions require a functional vehicle, California Driver's License, auto insurance, DMV report, fingerprints and CPR and First Aid Certifications.
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