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Qualified Supervising Professional 

About the Organization Founded in 1996 by parents who sought the very best treatment available to deliver opportunities to children and adolescents living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Minnesota Autism Center (MAC) provides therapeutic services for children ages 18 months to 21 years who have ASD.

MAC's services are center-based and in-home, and include speech and occupational therapy, assessment and diagnosis services, and individual and family therapy. At any given time, MAC serves approximately 370-400 clients throughout Minnesota at 17 centers located in Eagan, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, Fridley, Vadnais Heights, Minnetonka, Woodbury, Duluth, Virginia, Mankato, Rochester, Red Wing, New Ulm, Medford, Hutchinson and Cambridge.


The primary function of the Qualified Supervising Professional (QSP) is to provide professional services to a caseload of children affected by ASD who are receiving therapeutic services. The QSP works as a team member in the delivery of services and as a promoter of MAC services and expansions. The QSP works within a team of professionals to design, deliver, evaluate and report on the services being provided to MAC clients. 


  • Exercise independent business judgment and decisions making in the area of all Individual Treatment Plans. 
  • Support clinical team in supervising the staff in the delivery of effective services. 
  • Providing leadership in the responsibilities of a professional in accordance with the provisions of effective clinical practice, and the guidelines delineated by third party payers. 
  • Manage all prior authorization requests for services. Complete all necessary paperwork associated with authorizations. 
  • Meet with families/caregivers and community members and support MAC’s mission and the methodologies of ABA treatment. 
  • Meet with assigned clinical team member at least once a month to review treatment plans (additional time per month may be required as appropriate) and to discuss client progress. 
  • Assist in providing guidance for challenging behaviors and the design of effective antecedent and contingency based interventions. 
  • Provide leadership in training, instruction and demonstration as necessary. 
  • Attend and present at clinical and interdisciplinary meetings as requested, necessary and appropriate. 
  • Develop and document with case notes all professional contacts regarding their case load on a timely basis. 
  • Maintain confidentiality of the children and families/caregivers served by MAC according to professional ethical standards, state and federal rules and regulations and MAC’s internal policy and procedures. 
  • Review all progress notes and client data. 
  • Conduct assessments and parent/guardian feedbacks. 
  • Complete face-to-face observations with clients every 90 days or as needed. 
  • Promote MAC programming and expansions. 
  • Embrace MAC’s goal of helping families and children affected by autism, regardless of age, severity, or need. 
  • Miscellaneous duties as requested by the Vice President of Clinical Services and Director of QSP Services. 



  • Employee will work at assigned location which is subject to change as needed. 
  • Ability to sit, walk and/or stand for extended periods of time. 
  • May be called upon to assist in clients’ personal hygiene and/or personal care needs of students such as dressing, feeding and toileting. 
  • May be called upon to assist with challenging behaviors. 
  • MAC offers competitive benefits for all full-time employees including, 

Excellent benefits 

  • Paid Holidays 
  • Affordable medical, dental, and vision with employer contribution 
  • 401 (k) with generous employer match 
  • Employer paid life and disability insurance 
  • Reimbursement for license fees and CEUs 
  • Competitive wages 
  • Professional growth 
  • Flexible scheduling available at select locations 

PAY:?Market Competitive, depends on experience 

Job Type: Full-time/Part-time 


  • 8 hour shift 
  • Day shift 
  • Monday to Friday 
  • Part-Time Available 
Exempt/Non-Exempt Exempt  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Location Mankato Therapy Center  
Position Requirements


  • The QSP will have licensure in the State of MN (LMFT, LICSW, LP, or LPCC)upon beginning employment or obtain licensure within the timelines specified in the individual employment agreement. 
  • The QSP must be knowledgeable of professional and ethical clinical standards regarding the delivery of professional mental health services in general, and behavior therapy services in particular. 
  • Behavioral, functional and psychometric evaluation skills are necessary (as well as interest in research). 
  • The QSP must be effective working within a team structure and have demonstrable effective verbal and written communication skills. 
  • The QSP must pass all criminal background checks as required by the State of Minnesota to be eligible to work with children and vulnerable adults. 
  • The QSP must be proficient in the use of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). 


  • Knowledge and experience in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families is highly desired. 
  • Board Approved Supervisor for LPCC- LMFT 
  • BCBA/BCBA-D highly preferred 
EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.  

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