Intercare Therapy (ICT) provides evidence-based behavioral and speech therapies that help children overcome
challenges related to autism spectrum disorders. Our mission is to optimize the independence and quality of
life of our clients and their families. We are committed to evidence-based practices, excellent customer service,
and employee quality of professional experience. We strive to be the preferred service provider and referral partner
to our funding sources as well as the employer of choice for behavior analysts in search of a long-term professional home.
Currently we serve Southern California (Greater Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley, San Fernando Valley) and Northern
California (Sacramento, East Bay and South Bay). We are looking for BCBA Supervisors to join our team in all service areas!
This position may require driving 30 to 60 miles a day when conducting quality control, supervision and consultation in the field.
- Meet required billable hours of supervision per month
- Lead, supervise, and motivate the field team to optimize client progress in compliance with high standards of clinical practice, customer service and funding source terms.
- Mentor, train, and support Behavior Interventionists and Case Specialists to succeed in accordance with their level of experience
- Support client families with excellent clinical practice and customer service throughout the time they are with Intercare Therapy
- Develop programs, updates, and funding reports with accuracy, timeliness, clinical integrity, and compliance with funding source contracts
- Engage and elevate parent participation and commitment by building rapport, educating them to understand and value the outcomes of consistent ABA services, and providing effective caregiver training for them to replicate and maintain successful outcomes independently
- Credentials and Experience:
- Candidates must be a current Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- Have previous clinical experience at an autism service provider or in a school setting with ABA
- Prior supervisory experience overseeing a team of ABA clinicians highly desired
- Job Skills:
- Strong ABA and clinical skills
- Self-disciplined: Able to schedule and attend client appointments and clinical team meetings with consistency, reliability and punctuality
- Excellent written and spoken communication
- Excellent time management skills: Understands how to allocate working day between billable hours and non-billable hours, onsite (direct) and in-office (indirect) supervision hours
- Ability to give and receive constructive feedback
- Bilingual skills valued but not required
Our BCBA Supervisors enjoy outstanding benefits to include:
- Competitive salary plus mileage reimbursement (driving is required)
- Company laptop and cell phone
- Reasonable case load
- Paid travel time
- Vacation time
- Health insurance
- Individual professional development programs
Interested candidates please forward resume with salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leaps n Boundz
Leaps n Boundz is a dynamic, growing team-based company serving individuals with disabilities in the Los Angeles area.
Leaps n Boundz is currently seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated and creative Board Certified Behavior Analyst to join our team.
- Data collection and assessment of targeted behaviors for caseload of students, creation and implementation of strategies to change behavior and development of long term maintenance plans;
- Educate, train and support staff in utilizing appropriate interventions and behavior management techniques;
- Participate in the bi-monthly parent meetings
- Complete monthly and quarterly progress reports
- Manage a caseload of students.
- Seek input and maintain effective communication with families, teams and outside entities.
- Write and modify Behavior Intervention Plans and Crisis Plans.
- Develop and implement skill acquisition plans that teach functional skills.
- Provide crisis intervention support to students and staff.
- Foster and develop working relationships with Regional Center and Insurance service coordinators
- Conduct parent training
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst
- Master's Degree in Behavior Analysis (or similar field)
- Valid California Driver's License
- At least 5 years experience working in the field of Autism
- At least 1 year experience working as a BCBA
- At least 1 year of supervision experience
- Competitive Salary
- Flexible Hours/Schedule
- Collaborative, team-based approach
- Paid Time Off
- Gym Membership
- Paid Training
- Paid Holidays
- Medical & Dental benefits
Please send all resumes to Kristen Cummings-Prater at Kristen@leapsnboundz.com
with the subject "ABA Supervisor - BCBA". All resumes will be reviewed within 24 hours of submission.
Easter Seals Southern CA
Regional Training Supervisor
For more than 80 years, Easter Seals has been empowering individuals with disabilities and special needs,
and their families, to live life to the fullest. Easter Seals Southern California provides education,
outreach, and advocacy for those with autism and other disabilities, utilizing forward-thinking and
evidence-based behavioral sciences, treatment, and consultation services.
This position is responsible for preparing, coordinating and training for department associates and
participants/families based on the principles and techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
- Provides and coordinates on-going competency-based staff training.
- Attends staff meetings, in-services, trainings, and other meetings as requested.
- Facilitates and measures training programs.
- Consults with Director of Training and Quality to assess professional development training; identify performance deficiencies.
- Ensure training content meets program goals.
- In collaboration with Director of Training and Quality, recommends, develops, and oversees updates to existing training
materials for continuous improvement of course and program content.
- Partners with department heads to identify areas of concern and areas for improvement to ensure trainings are effective.
- Maintains a training system and records.
- Monitors annual trainings to ensure department associates maintain certifications; includes providing supervisors with
timely notifications of certificate expiration.
- Minimum Qualifications:
- Master's degree in one of the following disciplines: early childhood education/development, early childhood special education, special education, psychology or related filed.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) required.
- Five years' experience using principles and techniques in behavior analysis with children with autism and related disorders. Expertise in approaches to intervention based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Expert knowledge and experience with behavior analysis teaching/training techniques used in organizational settings.
- Familiar with the approaches to intervention based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis found to benefit children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD); competent in employing and. directing behavior analytic methodologies;
- knowledgeable in the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP) and other assessment measures; well-versed in current related research findings.
- Expertise in all empirically evaluated assessment and intervention strategies related to program and service delivery for individuals with ASD.
- Other Requirements and Information:
- Positions is responsible for Los Angeles County and will involve some travel
- Full-time position available.
Compensation dependent on experience and/or education.
For consideration, please submit your resume to Alyssa.Kavner@essc.org
Holdsambeck & Associates
Clinical Supervisor II - BCBA
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an effective, research supported, intervention option for people with developmental disabilities who benefit from acquiring new skills or who are being held back by problem behaviors. Our programs make use of intensive ABA techniques to develop repertoires of behavior that facilitate success and independence in home, school, and community settings while eliminating or minimizing problem behaviors.
Our goal is to develop repertoires of behavior through motivating and meaningful behavior analytic sessions. This involves using a variety of techniques that are inherently behavior analytic. Grounded in the science of ABA, all interventions are data driven, based on a detailed individualized Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan. Response to intervention is our way of knowing if we are effective. Generalization and maintenance of learned skills are an essential part of intervention planning.
The Clinical Supervisor (II) will facilitate behavior programs based on the scientific principles of
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). As a Clinical Supervisor, you will conduct behavior assessments,
write conceptually systematic and grammatically correct intervention plans, provide parent education,
develop and deliver specific intervention activities according to the intervention plan, mentor
interventionists you supervise, and monitor behavioral progress. Clinical supervisors are the
professional liaison between Holdsambeck & Associates, Inc., families, community, interventionists,
health care providers, and other professionals on the team. As a Clinical Supervisor, you are
responsible for meeting productivity requirements provided in your annual contract and will access
a database to assist you in self-monitoring your productivity. You will lead and attend meetings and
conduct on-going trainings for the interventionists you supervise. As a level II Clinical Supervisor,
you will mentor others who are working toward BCBA certification.
- Valid CPR certification preferred.
- Ability to lift 25 pounds.
- Ability to pass background/fingerprint clearance, health screenings and provide/obtain immunizations including TB, and drug testing.
- Reliable transportation, proof of valid California driver's license, safe driving record, proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.
- Bilingual ability is a plus.
- You must have a Masters Degree in Special Education, Psychology, or related field or Masters Equivalent.
(Applied Behavior Analysis emphasis preferred).
- BCBA certified
- Full and part-time positions are available.
holdsambeck.com/careers to complete an application.
Applications and resumes may be faxed to (805) 222-3041 or emailed to
Please call with any questions: (805) 979-9941.
Easter Seals Bay Area
Easter Seals Bay Area leads the way to ensure children and families affected by disabilities can live, learn,
work, and play to their full potential. Our mission is to expand the organization's impact throughout the Bay
Area in the lives of children with disabilities and their families. Our vision is to provide a continuum
of the highest-quality, inclusive services available anywhere in the Bay Area.
Obtain hours towards BCBA certification
- Essential Job Functions:
- Supervises Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs for a caseload of children with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older, including the management of direct care staff (i.e., Behavior Interventionists).
- Clinical Responsibilities:
- Designs and supervises individualized ABA programs for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, ages 14 months and older, in natural settings – in-home, out in the community, in schools, and within other peer-group social contexts.
- Schedules and attends regular home visits with caregivers to review program effectiveness, make recommendations, monitor data collection, chart progress and provide parent coaching.
- Assures clients receive interventions to meet the full extent of the services authorized; adjusts staffing of treatment team as appropriate to meet the needs of the client.
- Coordinates visits to overlap with Behavior Interventionists to observe sessions and provide coaching and clinical support in all settings where treatment is provided.
- Regularly analyzes session data and reviews documentation submitted by Behavior Interventionists such as session notes and lesson plans; updates individualized programs to ensure that they reflect each child's development and progress towards identified goals.
- Assists Clinical Managers in conducting initial assessments, ongoing assessments every 3-6 months to generate treatment plans, and assessment reports.
- Partners with the Clinical Manager to develop and implement Behavior Support Plans as needed.
- Produces progress reports and treatment plans to meet the requirements and submission timelines of regulatory agencies and funding sources.
- Plans and leads monthly or bimonthly treatment meetings with Behavior Interventionists in office for each client on case-load.
- Assist Clinical Managers in developing and leading staff training for Behavior Interventionists.
- Plans and leads treatment plan review meetings with family.
- Following the guidance of the Clinical Manager, address program delivery with families; including parent coaching to support the treatment plan, challenges with implementation, parent participation, scheduling, and work environment as necessary.
- Travel is required.
- Must attend staff meetings, trainings, and other meetings as requested.
- Responsible to complete additional job duties as assigned by Manager.
- Administrative Responsibilities:
- Responsible for meeting billable hour requirements set forth in annual budget and for providing efficient and effective service in all areas of performance.
- Maintain accurate documentation of billable tasks that meets the requirements of regulatory agencies and funding sources, and is HIPAA compliant.
- Track direct and indirect client sessions to ensure that services are provided to the full extent of the authorization for each client.
- Assist scheduler in the process of assigning Behavior Interventionists to treatment teams based on identified needs of clients and staff.
- Maintains up to date files for all clients assigned.
- Participate in recruitment, interviewing, selection, and onboarding of clinical staff.
- Responsible to complete additional administrative tasks as assigned by Clinical Manager.
- Supervisory Responsibilities:
- Support staff in meeting productivity requirements set forth in annual budget and for providing efficient and effective service in all areas of performance.
- Provide regular performance feedback to Behavior Interventionists supervised related to their strengths and areas for improvement, work with Behavior Interventionists to set goals for professional development; conduct formal performance reviews of direct reports, under the guidance of Clinical Manager.
- Manage the performance of direct reports. Work directly with Clinical Manager to implement support/development plans and/or formal corrective action when necessary.
- Minimum Education and Related Experience:
- Bachelor's degree and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst BCaBA® in good standing, with at least one year of experience in designing and/or implementing ABA programs.
- Master's degree from an accredited college or university in applied behavior analysis, early childhood education/development, early childhood special education, special education, psychology or related field with one of the following;
- Twelve semester units in applied behavior analysis.
- Two years of experience designing and/or implementing ABA programs.
- BCaBA® or BCBA®
- Special Qualifications:
- Knowledgeable of methodologies found to benefit children diagnosed with ASD, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication-Handicapped Children (TEACCH), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), and Pivotal Response Training (PRT).
- Familiar with the field of ABA, and knowledgeable of other community resources and agencies that serve children.
- Sensitive to working with an ethnically, linguistically, culturally, and economically diverse population.
- Able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; American Sign Language or bilingual ability preferred.
- Able to consistently demonstrate good judgment and decision-making skills.
- Able to exercise confidentiality and discretion pertaining to the work environment.
- Able to appropriately interpret and implement policies, procedures, and regulations.
- Knowledgeable and skilled in computer/word processing software and excel.
- Ability to work in an exciting, fast paced high energy environment while effectively multitasking.
- Personable; able to work comfortably with individuals at all levels within the organization.
- Criminal record clearance through Department of Justice which must be maintained.
- Able to obtain CPR certification.
- Able to obtain CPI training.
- Must attend any ESBA required training.
- Able to travel to multiple work sites and client homes; reliable transportation needed (proof of valid CA driver license, current auto insurance identification card, and acceptable driving record per NIAC standards is required and must be maintained).
- Ability to obtain and maintain criminal record clearance through the Department of Justice and must pass a TB test.
- Must have valid California Driver's License and maintain a clean driving record.
- Physical Requirements:
- Frequent bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, twisting in order to observe, assess, and interact with clients.
- Ability to stand or sit for extended periods of time, stand for up to 6-8 hours a day.
- Frequent speaking and listening (50%) to clients, staff, and other professionals in meetings and on the phone.
- Frequent driving (to and from office and client homes)
- Occasional sitting and maintaining close visual attention to write reports and work at the computer.
- Occasional lifting, carrying, and loading/unloading toys and materials up to and including 25 to 50lbs used in home visits.
- Ability to physically implement behavior management strategies including responding to physically aggressive behavior.
Behavior Change Institute
Senior TeleHealth Clinician
TeleHealth (Remote Work)
Behavior Change Institute (BCI) is a nationally recognized service agency that specializes in providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
therapy for children diagnosed with autism and their families. We are always looking for motivated professionals who share in our
commitment to improving the wellbeing of others!
Under the direction of the CEO of Clinical Operations, the Senior Clinician, will oversee and actively participate in the
following essential clinical duties as outlined below. These duties are inclusive of but not exclusive of the Senior Clinician
responsibilities. It is BCI's expectation that the Senior Clinician will accept other duties and or projects assigned. It is
also BCI's expectation that the Senior Clinician will represent the best interests and philosophy of BCI.
Essential duties include:
- Case Management
- Provide Behavior Consultation to BCI clients.
- Manage a diverse caseload
- Provide support, instruction, and feedback to families and caregivers in regard to managing challenging behavior.
- Conduct descriptive behavioral assessments.
- Interpret results of behavioral assessments and design ethical and effective behavior analytic interventions for clients, according to the requirements put forth by the contracting agencies and BCI.
- Follow all required deadlines for report writing and report submission as set forth by contracted agencies and BCI.
- Present treatment plans at regular caregiver meetings.
- Train and supervise behavior technicians on behavior intervention plans, data collection, required paperwork, and individual needs of clients and their families.
- Submit client data to BCI on a prescheduled date.
- Report any concerns about a program to BCI's CEO of Clinical Operations.
- Provide training regarding BCI protocols.
- Coordinate all required staff training of the tutor prior to starting with the client.
- Participate in BCI trainings, staff meetings or workshops.
- Supervision and Mentorship of BCI's Clinical Interns
- Provide an in-depth supervision experience for interns by means of co-case management
- Review and provide feedback on written materials (e.g., assessments, behavior protocols, data sheets) to ensure Interns are producing conceptually systematic, grammatically correct assessments and reports
- Provide on-going written and vocal feedback on Interns' behavior analytic teaching practices
- Model and coach interns on effective supervision practices, problem solving, and decision making skills to be effective leaders and supervisors
- Create a learning environment where our interns are engaged, energized, and motivated to strive for continued improvement.
- Models essential clinical and supervisory skills for Interns and Behavior Technicians to include:
- Adaptability: working effectively in the faces of stress, ambiguity, difficult situations and shifting priorities.
- Collaboration: Building effective working relationships and collaborating as a team player.
- Problem Solving: Identifying and resolving problems in a timely manner while balancing the interest of the business and the employees.
- Compliance: Performing job duties while acting in accordance with all company policies and procedures, all applicable federal and state regulations and all regulatory agencies' standards and requirements.
- Support and Encouragement of Others: Informally sharing expertise and guiding others to improve their skills; supporting a feeling of personal commitment that encourages others to excel.
- Establishment of Trust and Credibility: Gaining the confidence and trust of others through principled leadership and sound business ethics.
- Innovation: Challenges the status quo thinking to generate new ideas; takes an open-minded approach to situations.
- Master's or Doctoral degree in Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, or related field; Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA or BCBA-D Required)
- A minimum of 5 years of experience working with children with developmental delays or autism spectrum disorder as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in home setting.
- Clinical experience conducting assessments using the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABBLS) and/or Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP); developing treatment plans, programs; supervising clinical staff, monitoring progress
- Familiarity with Verbal Behavior Approach and naturalistic teaching procedures
- Experience working with and training families; demonstrates an understanding and empathy of family stressors and
- Possess excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills
- Exceptional collaboration skills with colleagues, families, and community partners
- Technologically adept and enthusiastic
- Ability to properly interpret, and implement policies, procedures, and regulations.
- Competitive salary
- Performance-based pay initiative
- Flexible scheduling and ability to work from anywhere
- Exceptional mentorship and training program
- Healthcare Stipend
- Generous PTO
- Mileage Reimbursement
- Annual Education Stipend
- Opportunities to work on research and development projects
- Participation in annual leadership summits
- Technology to access our state-of-the-art clinical portal, where you can attend trainings, access curriculum and communicate with clinical experts!
- Ongoing opportunities for career growth and advancement
Interested professionals are encouraged to
University of the Pacific
Behavior Analyst II
The University of the Pacific's Psychology Department is located in Stockton, California and provides behavioral intervention
services to children and adults through the local school district, county mental health, local regional center for individuals
with an intellectual disability and private agencies.
The University of the Pacific is hiring a full time Board Certified Behavior Analyst to
supervise clinical services being provided in community settings by graduate students and
full time employees. The current supervisor position available is within our contract with
the local county mental health department and will join another BCBA in supervising the program.
Responsibilities include supervising and assisting with behavioral assessments, intervention
planning and implementation of clinical cases for the Adult Mental Health population.
Position also requires interacting with funding agency, managing referrals and other
- Required Education/Experience/Certifications:
- Master's Degree in Psychology, Education or related fields.
- Two to four years experience working with the Adult Mentally Disabled population using Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
- Skills/Knowledge and Expertise:
- Experienced in completing functional analysis and behavioral assessments and interventions.
- Strong professional, ethical and leadership skills.
- Strong oral and written communication skills when supervising and providing feedback to staff and clients.
- Experienced in writing functional behavioral assessments.
- Strong skills in clearly articulating performance roles, project goals and timelines.
- Demonstrated ability in effective time management; managing deadlines and tasks for themselves and direct reports.
- Solid understanding of the theory of human behavior, ability to analyze and examine behaviors and functions
to help people to modify their behaviors and achieve related goals and positive outcomes.
- Demonstrated ability to form positive relationships with clients.
- Positive attitude, proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment
to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion.
In addition to Competitive Pay, a full listing of employee benefits can be found
- Medical and Dental Coverage
- Flex spending accounts for Health care and Dependent care
- Life Insurance
- Retirement Annuity plan with the University contributing 10% of eligible earnings and employees being immediately 100% vested, when eligible
- Tuition Remission for employees and eligible dependents
- Discounts to campus services and events, as well as in the local area
Please apply online.
Applications are being reviewed immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Website: Community Re-Entry Program
Trumpet Behavioral Health
Trumpet Behavioral Health provides ABA services for children and adults with special needs in homes, schools, and centers.
We have company-wide initiatives to implement best practices in clinical standards and to conduct applied research under
the direction of Executive Director Dr. Linda LeBlanc. Trumpet Behavioral Health holds itself and its team members to the
highest ethical and professional standards exemplified in our newly created ethics network. We offer Salaried Clinical
positions for B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. level professionals in our regions in CA, AZ, CO, OH, HI, TX, KS, IL and MO and have
a 6-tiered Clinical team to ensure effective supervision and quality programming.
The Clinical Director is responsible for overseeing and managing the therapeutic needs of the region's/division's
clients providing a multitude of services. Responsible for overseeing Therapist and Consultant performance,
monitoring program progress, acting as liaison for child programs. The Clinical Director is a high level
executive administrator to the Managing Director.
- The Clinical Director is responsible for the operations within the region or area in regards to all aspects of clients' programs and therapists.
- Uses independent judgment and expertise in Child Development, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Autism.
- Act as a high level executive administrator to the Managing Director in regards to all aspects of clients'
programs and therapists. Directly supervises 5 - 20 employees in the Behavioral Management Department.
- Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.
Responsibilities include but not limited to training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work;
appraising performance; providing positive supports and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving
problems, meeting with parents, troubleshooting tasks, and managing work for adequate organizational work flow;
making program recommendations; utilizing judgment to make independent decisions regarding staff and programs.
Minimum of a Master's Degree (M.A./M.S.) from a four-year college or university with a degree in Psychology, Applied
Behavior Analysis, Marriage and Family Therapy or similar with 4 years minimum related experience and/or training, Ph.D.
preferred. A BCBA is required and a BCBA-D is preferred.
Minimum of 3-4 years of experience working with children diagnosed within the autism spectrum implementing behavioral based programming.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
We offer health and wellness benefits, PTO, 401K, professional development support, mileage reimbursement,
free CEUs, research opportunities, and work tools such as a laptop and phone reimbursement.
Please email resumes to email@example.com
Clinic 4 Kidz
Clinic 4 Kidz offers intensive treatment for children with pediatric feeding disorders in the San Francisco
Bay Area. All services are provided in the patient's home environment. We strive to provide the best
clinically-proven treatments for children with feeding problems. Clinic 4 Kidz is also committed to
producing sound clinical research. All clinical staff have the opportunity
to conduct and present research at national and regional conferences. In addition, Case Managers who are
interested have the opportunity to assist in writing manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals.
Case Managers are responsible for developing data-based assessments and treatment for children with pediatric
feeding disorders under the direct supervision of Dr. Meeta Patel. Along with developing treatments, Case
Managers also coordinate services with other disciplines (e.g., medicine, speech pathology/occupational therapy,
nutrition etc.). Parent training is a major component of this position.
Potential candidates should have a Master's in Psychology, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, or any
related science with an emphasis in behavior analysis. It is also necessary that potential candidates have
clinical experience working with children with pediatric feeding disorders, autism, and/or any other
developmental disability. Successful candidates should have excellent interpersonal and communication
skills and a strong interest in working within an interdisciplinary team. Candidates should be willing
to travel to the patient's home to provide treatment and to be able to work independently. These positions
involve administrative responsibilities such as written progress notes and treatment plans that need to be
completed after seeing patients. Sound verbal and written communication skills are necessary for the position.
The position will involve weekly supervision time with Dr. Patel to discuss both clinical and research projects.
BCBA certification preferred.
- Competitive salary
- 401k with Employer Match
- Yearly Performance Bonus
- 100% Covered Medical Insurance Plan available for employee
- Yearly Dental/Vision Allowoance
- Cell Phone Reimbursement
- Mileage and Toll Reimbursement
- 1 Annual Membership to Organization Covered
- 1 Annual Conference Trip Covered (Registration, Airline, Hotel)
Please provide resume with cover letter to attention of Vipul Yogi at
firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Lorenz Consulting Services
San Bernardino and
Lorenz Consulting Services (LCS) is a private for-profit organization providing ABA home based services funded by the
Inland Regional Center and private health insurance companies.
LCS has an immediate opening for a contract BCBA to join our ABA service teams in the provision of high quality,
culturally sensitive home based ABA therapy services to individuals ages 4 to 40 living in the Inland Empire. We
serve families living in both San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
Working in alignment with the values and the clinical philosophy of LCS, the BCBA is responsible for providing
comprehensive behavioral assessments, clinical interventions, and overseeing all one to one in-home ABA therapy
programming on behalf of our child and youth consumers.
- Complete assessments and evaluations which are culturally relevant and appropriate to consumer strengths and needs, including identification of the function of target behaviors.
- Conduct assessments through interviews with family members, teachers, mental health clinicians and other agencies involved with an individual case.
- Observe child/youth in a variety of environments to identify the function, frequency, and triggers of the target behavior(s).
- Develop and articulate treatment and clear, measurable intervention strategies which are tailored to child/youth family and strengths and needs.
- Direct and support inter-disciplinary team with clinical direction in all phases of service (i.e., stabilization, planning, intervention and transition)
- Monitor the effectiveness of treatment strategies and with the youth, family and primary provider revises plans and strategies as needed to achieve positive behavioral change.
- Maintain appropriate therapeutic linkage between staff and referral sources, collateral contacts and community resources.
- Maintain confidential case record including evaluations, treatment summaries, correspondence, and other documentation as required by the program and/or regulatory requirements.
- Other related responsibilities, as assigned, to support specific department/business needs
- Master's Degree (MA) in Teaching & ABA, Education, Marriage and Family Counseling, Psychology or related field
- At least one year of BCBA certification required
- Pre-existing or current experience designing and implementing ABA services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder,
Intellectual Discorder and other developmental disabilities
- At least 1 year of experience as a BCBA conducting evaluations and supervising home based ABA therapy teams; and/or at least 2 years of experience providing home based ABA therapy to children and youth diagnosed with Autism, Intellectual disorders and other developmental disabilities.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills amongst therapy team, with families and other service providers
Highly competetive hourly rate available based on education, number years of BCBA certification and ABA background experience.
Please submit a cover letter with itemized background experience and your hourly rate requirements to
Applied Interventions & Methodologies
ABA Program Supervisor - Autism
San Diego County
AIM, Inc. specializes in the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Our services include intensive
ABA therapy, school based services, parent training, diagnostic and educational assessment, and psychotherapy.
We provide comprehensive behavioral, educational and psychological services to infant, children, adolescents
and young adults with ASD. AIM is a provider with all major private insurance companies, including United
Healthcare Military & Veterans and a vender of SDRC.
We are dedicated to providing quality, individualized programming and services to our clients in
order for them to meet their daily and long term functioning needs. Our highly trained clinical team
is motivated to provide quality treatment through individualized programming and support to our clients.
It is our privilege to serve and support individuals and their families with ASD.
AIM is offering an exciting opportunity for individuals with the BCBA certifications to work with children
and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related Developmental Disabilities (DD).
AIM Intensive ABA Program Supervisors have the opportunity to train, supervise and support direct
service staff and parents in implementing empirically researched and validated behavioral intervention
programs in the treatment of ASD and related DD. The AIM Intensive ABA Program Supervisors have the
opportunity to practice clinical skills across a variety of settings as well as work in a cohesive and
collaborative team environment. Job responsibilities:
- Create & manage intensive ABA programs & direct service staff
- Conduct parent trainings
- School consultations & trainings
- FAA & FBA Assessments
- Train and Supervise Assistant Supervisors and direct service staff
- Work with clients in the home, school and community settings
- BCBA Certification is a must
- At least 2 years of experience working with children with ASD
- At least 2 years of previous training and experience in Discrete Trial Training (DTT)
- At least 2 years of previous training and experience in implementing other ABA/Autism treatment methodologies
- Means of transportation with proof of auto insurance
- Willingness to drive to clients' homes and school locations within San Diego County
Competitive pay based on relevant education, experience and training.
Email resumes to Dr. Sandy Shaw at
Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall Centers
We provide evidence-based treatment and we also contribute to the body of
published, peer-reviewed, empirical evidence base for ABA treatment of autism. We emphasize
collegial, consensus-based partnerships within and across the agency. Our caseloads are at levels
that permit the strong involvement of the Clinical Supervisor in order to promote high quality
treatment delivery. We also provide some opportunities to conduct applied research in
coordination with clinical responsibilities.
Oversee behavior analytic interventions for children and adolescents diagnosed
with autism spectrum disorders as follows: (a) develop and refine treatment goals and plans, (b)
provide and adapt parent training, and (c) supervise program implementation. Although we
specialize in intensive early intervention, we also provide services to older children, adolescents,
and teens. Treatment takes place in center, home, community, and school settings. This position
also requires coordinating with multiple funders including health plans. We emphasize families
as partners in the behavior change process.
- Masters degree in behavior analysis, special education, or psychology
- BCBA preferred
- Expertise and formal training in applied behavior analysis; knowledge of errorless
learning procedures, generative programming, and direct instruction desired
- Knowledge of family systems and typical development desirable
- Minimum of 1-2 years experience providing behavior analytic intervention to individuals
diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder
- Minimum of 1 year supervising behavior analytic intervention to children diagnosed with
autism or other populations with developmental disabilities or behavior problems preferred
- Salary is highly competitive and dependent upon experience
- Excellent benefits including paid vacation, health, dental, and 401K
- Mileage reimbursement
- Conference allowance and professional development opportunities
- Opportunities to accrue supervised hours towards BACB or MFT credentials
Please email letter of interest and resume to Jill M. Young, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Regional Director, at email@example.com. Also contact (916) 489-1376.
Center for Speech, Language, and Occupational Therapy (CSLOT)
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Serving both children and adults,
CSLOT offers intensive short-term programs as well as ongoing programs for the treatment of all
speech, language, behavior, voice, and movement disorders at all levels of severity.
As leaders in Early Intervention, as part of a Comprehensive Behavior Program for Infants with
Autism, CSLOT offers ABA services to children under the age of 5.
The Board Certified
Behavior Analyst is a member of the clinical staff and is responsible to provide professional
services including evaluations and treatments, counseling of parent and family units, networking
with other professionals. He/she is detailed oriented, dependable, has excellent clinical
competence and clinical judgment, excels at working in a multi-disciplinary team environment,
and supports the vision of the company. Essential functions of this position include:
- Assumes responsibility for the physical safety of the client
- Ensures program effectiveness
- Makes programmatic adjustments in accordance with the policies of the early
- Oversees and monitors the intake and continuing assessment process
- Plans, manages, coordinates and evaluates assigned staff efforts to achieve the objectives
of the client's IEP/IFSP
- Provides direct services to the clients and their parents, when appropriate
- Implements the program curricula
- Maintains data regarding the client's progress
- Provides training and supervision of behavior technicians
- Assumes responsibility for recording data daily and reporting client status
- Prepares annual reports regarding program effectiveness
- Provide ongoing support to CSLOT's marketing efforts
- Perform other job-related duties as assigned
The successful candidate will have a Master's Degree in a field related to Child Psychology,
Behavior, etc., be certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, have a minimum of one
year of experience, and must pass a background check.
Salary is dependent on experience. A full-time position receives a generous benefits package
including Paid Time Off, company-paid medical, dental, and vision benefits, a 401(k) with
company match, and continuing education. A part-time position (30 hours or more) receives
company-paid medical, dental, vision, and 401 (k) benefits.
For immediate consideration, please email cover letter and resume to
your cover letter, please detail the level of your previous responsibility and experience as it
compares to this position, and which of the essential functions of this position you have, as well
as have not, performed. Resumes/cover letters without this level of detail will not be considered.
Ed Support Services
Founded in 2006, Ed Support Services' mission is to utilize educational and behavioral
best practices to support and educate our clients, staff and community in order to
create and sustain access to a better quality of life in the least restrictive environment.
We do this by providing clinical services that are grounded in applied behavior analysis
(ABA), a discipline devoted to the understanding and improvement of human behavior of
social significance. The implementation of best practices in applied behavior analysis
results in individuals who are equipped to achieve to their fullest potential to lead
lives of self-sufficiency and independence. We strive to provide behavior analytic
services in a caring manner that stimulates, engages, and motivates our clients to
embrace learning by using the least intrusive methods to address their individual needs.
We are hiring full-time salaried Clinical Directors with their BCBA to help us with our work in the Fremont area.
- Conducting behavioral assessments, functional assessments, and functional analyses
- Developing behavior support and intervention plans
- Providing school-based training, behavior consultation
- Conducting group parent training
- Have a genuine desire to learn, teach, collaborate, and above all have a good time!
- Want to be a part of a team with a common goal to make a difference
- Are flexible to the pace and demands of a growing business
- Are excited to be in a position that provides direct feedback and strives for the highest quality of services
- Value and nurture an environment that exudes professionalism and a team attitude
- Applicants must have knowledge of Natural Environment and Discrete Trial teaching, direct observation data collection methodology.
- Please be an excellent communicator/listener, available to work evenings, have reliable transportation, willing to drive to locations within the Bay Area, willing to work as a team, and be highly organized.
Highly competitive and negotiable.
Please contact Tiffany Bevan at 408-206-7188 or apply online at http://smrtr.io/87qkuQ