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Bakersfield, CA
     Holdsambeck & Associates
     Clinical Supervisor

Los Angeles/Inland Empire, CA
     Behavior Analyst; Associate Director
     Behavior Therapy Clinic
     Behavior Interventionist; Clinical Supervisor
     EMQ FamiliesFirst
     Behavior Technician II
     Inland Regional Center
     Staff Psychologist

San Diego, CA
     ABA & Verbal Behavior Group
     Behavior Interventionist

San Francisco/Bay Area, CA
     Trumpet Behavioral Health

Fresno/Visalia, CA
     Central California Autism Center
     Executive Director
     Central Valley Regional Center
     Behavior Analyst I

Merced/Modesto/Stockton/Tracy, CA
     Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School
     Clinical Supervisor

Sacramento, CA
     Behavior Analyst; Associate Director
     Capitol Autism Services
     Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School
     Clinical Supervisor

San Luis Obispo/Santa Barbara/Ventura, CA
     Addison Behavioral Resources
     Holdsambeck & Associates
     Clinical Supervisor


New Jersey
     Eden Autism Services
     Chief Clinical Officer


Inland Regional Center     (top)

Staff Psychologist

San Bernardino

Company Description
At Inland Regional Center (IRC), our dedicated team of professionals provide life-changing services, resources and support to almost 29,000 people with developmental disabilities and their families throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Our mission drives us to help individuals with developmental disabilities live life to the fullest:

"As an agency among agencies, Inland Regional Center coordinates with generic services to enhance the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families by working to include them in the everyday routines and life rhythms of the community."

Our programs are tailor-made to meet the specific needs of all our consumers according to age, disability, and geographic location. With everything we do, we focus on three core values - independence, inclusion, and empowerment.

Job Description
Under the general supervision of Clinical Services Manager - Clinical Services and the Director Children Services, provide assessment and consultation services to all referred consumers but principally those whose eligibility for services are being assessed. Consult with staff and other community agencies. Offer clinical supervision to Psychological Assistant.

  • Under the general direction of the Clinical Services Manager - Clinical Services, daily complete psychological assessments as assigned and complete necessary paperwork, reports, etc. on a timely basis.
  • On referral, perform and interpret psychological and behavioral assessments, formulate diagnoses and write related reports on a timely basis.
  • Effectively communicate findings to consumers, family members, professionals and other appropriate individuals, daily.
  • Daily, operate effectively as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
  • As assigned, complete psychological assessments requested by the court.
  • Through reviews of developmental or psychological assessments, assess consumer eligibility. Record findings in an eligibility statement.
  • Under the general direction of the Clinical Services Manager - Clinical Services, daily perform other duties of a psychologist as assigned. Complete necessary paperwork, reports, etc. on a timely basis.
  • As assigned provide clinical oversight and guidance to other clinical staff.
  • Formulate, monitor, and revise treatment plans as requested.
  • Code CDERs daily as required.
  • Participate in agency's fair hearing process or in various judicial processes as required.
  • Upon request, review behavioral programs/proposals for Level 4 facilities and others.
  • Provide daily consultation, education and training to staff, community agencies, parents and consumers.
  • Complete necessary forms for consumers to obtain various government benefits/ insurance coverage benefits.
  • Offer guidance and assistance in formulating agency policies and procedures as they relate to eligibility and clinical treatment issues.
  • Daily, maintain an adequate skill level in interpersonal and community relationships.
  • Assure that consumers' rights and dignity are maintained in the provision of services.
  • Implements agency's and program's mission statement and core values in all aspects of service provision.
  • Handle change well. Is flexible and adaptable in dealing with interruptions, new priorities and new assignments.
  • Maintain good attendance and punctuality.
  • Comply with Agency's Affirmative Action Program.
  • Comply with Agency's Personnel Policies and Procedures.
  • Keep Clinical Services Manager - Clinical Services informed of pending work, work in progress and problems encountered.
  • Perform as a member of a team, answering questions, sharing expertise and generally contributing to the harmony of the team.
  • Comply with the professional and ethical standards for psychologists.
  • As assigned, represent Regional Center at case conferences and interagency meetings.
  • Perform different or additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Services Manager - Clinical Services or the Director of Children Services.
  • Aggressively seek out opportunities to maintain currency and to expand relevant knowledge base particularly as it relates to eligibility or treatment issues. Attend training sessions as required.
  • Comply with Agency's Injury and Illness Prevention Plan. Notify Clinical Services Manager - Clinical Services of any unsafe working conditions.
  • Successfully complete all assignments arising out of the agency's Performance Contract.
  • Daily, comply with the administrative requirements of the agency. Complete necessary paperwork, reports, etc. on a timely basis.
  • Use equipment appropriately and keep it in good repair. Keep work area neat and orderly and free from hazards. Observe all safety rules.
  • Organize travel efficiently and effectively.
  • Maintain a safe driving record.
  • Utilize agency's IT systems as assigned, maintaining security and following agency's protocol and procedures, rules and requirements.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned may be added from time to time.

Minimum Position Requirements:

  • Education: Ph.D. or Psy.D. in psychology from a regionally accredited school or university.
  • Experience: One year of responsible professional experience including substantive experience in testing and diagnostic evaluation of individuals with developmental disabilities, physical handicaps, emotional/mental disturbances, or learning disorders.
  • License: Possession of a license as a psychologist issued by the California Board of Psychology.
Bilingual ability is a plus.

Contact Information
To complete an employment application, please visit Inland Regional Center's website, inlandrc.org. Select the CONTACT tab located at the top right and then click on the Employment Opportunities located on the right, and Get Started. It will navigate you to Search for Employment Opportunities. You can select Search for a Job or View all Jobs. Once you select a position, you will see the option for Submit your Application.

Direct link for this position: https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/inlandrc/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=10017&esid=az

Central California Autism Center     (top)

Executive Director


Job Description
Full-time, benefited position with the Central California Autism Center through the California State University, Fresno Foundation. The Executive Director is the administrator of the Central California Autism Center (CCAC) at Fresno State. The Center is one of four programs that operate education, treatment and research programs in conjunction with Fresno Stateís Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program: Central California Autism Center @ Fresno State, Behavior Intervention Services @ Fresno State, Social Connections @ Fresno State and Positive Parenting @ Fresno State. The CCAC is the largest program; however, all of these programs interact and share common infrastructure, thus the Executive Director will have responsibilities relating to all programs. The Executive Director reports to the Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, and is responsible for the Centerís consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. The Executive Director will work with faculty in Fresno Stateís ABA program to ensure program quality, research objectives and community outreach goals are being met.

Under the direction of the Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, the incumbent will be responsible for the following.

  • Specific Duties:
    • Work with Deanís Office, ensure that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress
    • Provide management oversight in developing programs, organizational and financial plans with the Dean, advisory board, faculty, staff
    • Implement plans and policies authorized by the Dean, the Fresno State Foundation and Fresno State
    • Promote active participation by board members and volunteers in all areas of the organizationís work
    • Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and university regulations
    • Oversee administrative staff and provide support for clinical staff working in CCAC and associated programs
    • Maintain a working knowledge of significant development and trends in behavior sciences
  • Staffing:
    • Hire and supervise administrative staff and working closely with faculty for hiring clinical staff
    • Be responsible for personnel scheduling and coordinating clinical teams and space needs
    • Organize planning meetings and develop training for staff in conjunction with ABA faculty
    • Ensure regular performance evaluations of staff and that sound human resource practices are in place in accordance with University and Foundation policies and procedures
    • Develop an effective management team, with appropriate planning for succession
    • Encourage staff and volunteer development and education, and assist program staff in relating their specialized work to the total program of the organization
    • Maintain a climate that attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people
  • Operational Responsibilities:
    • Develop and maintain sound financial practices, consistent with University and Foundation policies, including billing to external agencies
    • Submit annual reports to Deanís Office following requested format and procedures
    • Assist Deanís Office in operations and fiscal management of the Institute
    • Along with staff, organizing annual fundraising events to increase revenue to support programs and services
    • Assist ABA faculty with research grant writing and related activities
    • Identify and cultivate relationships with potential donors, working with College of Science and Mathematics Development Staff
    • Develop an annual budget for the Center and related programs with input from ABA faculty and report on fiscal matters to the Dean
    • Ensure that there is a self-supporting funding model that supports continuity of services
    • Conduct official correspondence of the organization, and jointly, with designated officers execute legal documents with the Dean and the University

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Required:
    • Advanced management degree, such as an MBA, MPA or MA in Organizational Behavior Management
    • Minimum of at least 5 years of management experience
    • Track record of effectively leading and regionally and/or nationally scaling a performance and outcomes-based organization and staff
    • Ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth
    • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation
    • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget
    • Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships
    • Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills
    • Experience writing grants, working with foundations, local, state or federal agencies, and other funding partners desirable
    • Action-orientated, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovated approach to business planning
    • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
    • Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
  • Preferred:
    • Background in organizational behavioral management
    • Experience in management of health or mental health services and an understanding of ABA programs and/or current BACB Certification

$70k-$85k per year. Salary will be commensurate and competitive with experience and qualifications. Benefits include health, dental, vision and life insurance, 401(K), vacation, sick leave and holiday pay.

Contact Information

Deadline: Application review begins Monday, April 14, 2014. Open until filled.

To apply: Visit the Human Resources page on auxiliary.com to locate and print job application.

California State University, Fresno
Auxiliary Human Resources
2771 E Shaw Avenue
Fresno, CA 93710
Fax: (559) 278-0988

Application & resume may be emailed to HRAUX@LISTSERV.csufresno.edu


Central Valley Regional Center     (top)

Behavior Analyst I


Company Description
Central Valley Regional Center, Inc. is a private, nonprofit corporation funded by the state of California to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to help individuals with developmental disabilities and children at risk to reach their goals.

Job Description
Responsible for coordination, facilitation and quality management of behavior services for regional center clients.


  • Required:
    • Master's Degree (Nursing, Psychology, Public Health, Social Work or related human services field)
    • Two years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
  • Knowledge and Abilities:
    • Knowledge of early childhood growth and development.
    • Ability to quickly assimilate current research and philosophy regarding autism diagnosis, intervention and resources.
    • Ability to use a personal computer and software in order to access client information systems, e-mail and perform other required computerized functions.
    • Knowledge of generic public resources and developmental disabilities desirable.
    • Initiative, self-motivation, sound independent judgment, flexibility, strong interpersonal and excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
    • Professional office environment.
    • Capability to use standard word processing software, including manual dexterity for typing on a computer keyboard.
    • Ability to dictate reports.
    • Vision required to view computer monitor, read numbers and printed material.
    • Mobility sufficient to reach, lift and transport files and other work material to work areas.
    • Mobility sufficient to travel to appointments and public meetings.


  • Accrual of vacation and sick leave hours
  • Holiday pay
  • Group health insurance and prescription plan
  • Employer paid Dental insurance
  • Employer paid Vision service plan
  • Life insurance
  • CalPERS Retirement
  • Employer paid Long term disability insurance

Contact Information
Qualified applicants may email their application and resume to hrdept@cvrc.org
Applications can be downloaded directly from our website: www.cvrc.org

EMQ FamiliesFirst     (top)

Behavior Technician II

San Bernardino

Company Description
EMQ FamiliesFirst is a private nonprofit agency that helps kids in crisis throughout California. The agency is nationally recognized for innovative, family-centered programs that help children recover and rebuild their lives. Established in 1867, we have been helping children ever since. Our mission is doing whatever it takes to help children, strengthen families, and build community to ensure that families thrive.

We help thousands of children and their family members every year through programs like Family Finding, Wraparound, support and educational services. We are one of the largest providers of foster care and adoption services in the State, and provide community based and residential services to children from approximately 30 counties in California.

Job Description
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program team lead responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and data collection of ABA (including positive behavior supports and intervention strategies) at an advanced level to address autism spectrum disorder for children and their families/caregivers in a variety of environments. Works collaboratively with the each child's ABA team and independently in the family's home or a variety of community and/or treatment settings. Works directly with children and adults.


  • Minimum:
    • Bachelors Psychology Sociology, Behavioral Sciences, Education or related field Required. Bachelors Previous employment in ASD Program AND 2 years working with ASD or related Disability Population Required
    • Master's Degree (MA/ MS) in special education or mental health related field AND two (2) years related experience in ABA programs OR Bachelor's Degree (BA/ BS) AND four (4) years related experience in ABA programs.
    • Two (2) years experience working with children with ASD and their families or equivalent combination of education and experience in the human services field.
  • Preferred:
    • Master's Degree (MA/ MS) in a education or mental health related field AND two (2) years related experience in ABA program OR Bachelor's Degree (BA/ BS) AND four (4) years related experience in ABA programs. Behavior Analyst Certification Board certified (e.g., BCABA, BCBA, BCBA-D).

EMQ FamiliesFirst is committed to its employees, and offers a competitive compensation package and an extensive benefits package including employer paid health, dental, vision, life, LTD insurance, a matching 401(k) program, and a very generous vacation plan.

Contact Information
Please apply online

Eden Autism Services     (top)

Chief Clinical Officer

Princeton, NJ

Company Description
Founded in 1975, Eden Autism Services is a not-for-profit organization based in Princeton, New Jersey with a mission is to improve the lives of children and adults with autism and their families by providing a range of community-based services to meet specific needs throughout the lifespan. For nearly 40 years, Eden is recognized nationally for providing evidence-based autism services that include early intervention, individualized education, employment training and placement, and group residences, as well as a comprehensive outreach program that offers expertise and assistance to parents and professionals in the greater autism community. The organization has almost four decades of clinical experience and success in educating individuals with autism, and training family members, educators and other professionals in the best practices.

Job Description
The Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) will lead Eden Autism Services in developing, overseeing, and evaluating its clinical services and programs. This position is responsible for defining and monitoring standards of care for all of Edenís programs and services. This incorporates oversight and development of all clinical staff as well as maximizing employee/client outcomes by means of a comprehensive quality management approach. The CCO will manage a staff of three program directors, clinical interventionists, school consultants, and administrative staff. The CCO will report to Edenís President & CEO; be a member of the Senior Executive Team working to achieve the mission and goals of the organization as approved by the Board of Directors; provide high quality services and research in a fully compliant manner; and ensure the short- and long-term financial viability of Eden in a positive, team-oriented work environment.

The successful candidate for this position must be a leader and a passionate advocate for children, adolescents and adults with autism and their families. An ability to understand and remain current on autism research, resources and social service systems is essential. S/he will be a highly collaborative leader with the ability to successfully represent the organization internally and externally.

The Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) will oversee the following programs:

  • The Eden School, a 12-month private educational program that incorporates behavior analysis teaching techniques, and individualized curriculum tailored to each studentís specific needs and abilities;
  • Eden Adult Services, a licensed state agency providing fully supported and center-based employment programs and residential services that empower individuals with autism to live meaningful and productive lives.
  • Eden Outreach, a comprehensive outreach program that provides both in-network and private evaluation and intervention services, school district consultative services, and offers continuing education opportunities as a way to support and train educators and families.
  • Eden Assessment and Curriculum, which draws upon 40 years of clinical experience, and provides step-by-step instructions on how to effectively teach students with autism.


  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Certification required.
  • Doctoral degree in psychology, education, special education, speech and language or related field preferred. Masterís degree with an exceptional track record will be considered.
  • Licensure in the associated field, if available, strongly preferred.
  • At least ten (10) years of post-graduate experience leading and supervising autism intervention programs clinically and fiscally, including relevant experience in working with individuals with severe and challenging behaviors.
  • At least five (5) years of experience managing clinical staff, including the development and implementation of effective systems for evaluating staff performance and maximizing efficiencies.
  • Experience with assessments and progress monitoring, including standardized instruments (e.g. ADOS, ADI-R, Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales [VABS], Preschool Language Scale [PLS], Mullen Scales of Early Learning), behavioral assessments (Functional Behavior Assessment [FBA], Functional Analysis), and development of observational measures.
  • Demonstrated record of research experience (e.g. grant funding, publications).

Contact Information
Please refer to website edenautism.org

Trumpet Behavioral Health     (top)


San Francisco Bay Area, San Mateo, East Bay, and San Jose

Company Description
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 Ph.D., BCBA-D. 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 M.A. and Ph.D. level professionals in our regions in CA, AZ, CO, HI, OH, IL, KS and MO and have a 6-tiered Clinical model to ensure effective supervision and quality programming.

Job Description

  1. Establish and maintain excellent performance for consumer services
  2. Achieve excellent clinical outcomes for consumers with regard to improvement of behavioral targets
  3. Participate in a supervision system to regularly review case progress
  4. Complete all reports and updates for consumers in a timely and effective manner
  5. Follow established TBH clinical standards for excellence and general best practices
  6. Actively improve clinical skills via professional development opportunities and facilitate skill improvement for your therapists and associate clinicians
  7. Management and Training responsibilities for client teams
  8. Collaborate with senior clinical team to develop supports and remediation plans
  9. Maintain an adequate caseload with billable hours at the level specified by the Clinical Director.


  • BCBA certified or eligible to take the certification exam within 90 days
  • Have excellent communication and listening skills
  • Have reliable transportation to drive to homes, centers or schools
  • Have a genuine desire to learn, teach, collaborate, and above all have "Fun"!
  • Participate with a team to "bring about the best possible outcomes for the consumers we serve"
  • Practice in an "ethical" and "integrity" oriented value system
  • Desire to work in a "feedback-rich" work environment, focused on collaboration and results
  • Support and value an environment of research, professionalism and a "client first" attitude


  • We offer full-time salaried positions for all Clinicians
  • Multiple options in health and wellness benefits
  • 15 days of Paid Time Off (after 6 mos.)
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 401K with a 100% match on your first 4% contribution
  • Professional development support
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Free CEU through our monthly journal club
  • Research opportunities
  • Work tools such as a laptop and mobile phone reimbursement
  • Additional benefits (gym memberships, discounts, social connection)

Contact Information
Email: careers@tbh.com
Web: tbh.com

Holdsambeck & Associates     (top)

Clinical Supervisor


Company Description
Join our team of professionals, bound by our enthusiasm for delivering effective Applied Behavior Analytic intervention to individuals with a variety of developmental and intellectual disabilities across a diverse age range in home, school, and community settings.

Job Description

  • Work part-time up to 30+ hours per week
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments for children, adolescents, and adults
  • Provide consultation for people served, their families, and behavior interventionist using behavior analytic interventions
  • Deliver individualized parent training services
  • Collect and analyze ongoing data collection and write reports for various funding agencies
  • Train and guide new and current staff in their development and practice of the principles of applied behavior analysis to ensure treatment integrity

We are seeking charismatic dedicated individuals with BCBAs, desiring a rewarding work environment, with opportunities for professional growth.

  • Two years minimum experience is required, working with children and/or adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Are you fluent in speaking and writing in English and Spanish? Bilingual English-Spanish speaking and writing ability is highly desirable!
  • Please have a valid driver's license, own reliable transportation, and have proof of auto insurance.
  • You will be asked to provide proof of TB clearance and pass the Department of Justice background check and drug testing.


  • Competitive compensation based on experience and education
  • Flexible schedule
  • Compensation for travel time between people served
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • 401K with matching up to 3% after conditional review period
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Annual CEU support available
  • Additional benefits may apply

Contact Information
For consideration for a position, please visit our website at holdsambeck.com/careers and fill out an application. Applications and resumes may be faxed to (805) 222-3041. Please call with any questions: (805) 979-9941.

Addison Behavioral Resources     (top)


Camarillo, CA

Company Description
Addison Behavioral Resources is growing! We are currently hiring motivated, enthusiastic, and caring individuals to join our team of highly skilled professionals. We are accepting resumes for both full-time and part-time BCBAs. We are looking for individuals with a passion for ABA, an enthusiasm to learn, and an interest in starting and growing in a rewarding career!

Job Description

  • Provide supervision and training for therapists implementing 1:1 ABA intervention
  • Conduct parent/caregivers training
  • Design and monitor programs based on the principles of ABA
  • Analyze data and implement data-driven program changes
  • Generate reports summarizing data and progress for each individual supervised
  • Lead team meetings and collaborate with team members


  • Masters Degree in ABA, psychology, communication disorders, education, child development, or related field
  • Current BCBA
  • Working knowledge of ABA principles and various ABA approaches
  • DOJ/FBI clearance
  • Valid California driver's license
  • Reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance


  • Competitive Salary + Depending on education and experience
  • Health Insurance-Medical, Dental, Vision, and more
  • 401k with Employer Contribution Match
  • Paid time and travel expenses for conferences (e.g., CalABA and ABAI)
  • Paid Association memberships
  • Bonus and Incentive Programs
  • Flexible Work Schedule
  • Educational Incentives
  • Positive Work Environment
  • Career Advancement Opportunities
  • Research/Publication Opportunities
  • CEUs for BCBA re-certification
  • Mileage compensation
  • Paid Time off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Additional Seasonal Time Off (as determined by management)
  • Amazing Incentives Package (e.g., gym membership, auto detailing service, housekeeping service)

Contact Information
Please email resumes to employment@addisonbr.com

Web: addisonbr.com

ABA & Verbal Behavior Group     (top)

Behavior Interventionist

San Diego, CA

Company Description
ABA and Verbal Behavior Group is a progressive and contemporary agency founded and directed by professionals who are passionate about behavior analysis and committed to providing quality services to the autism community. Our language acquisition programs are based on Skinner's analysis of verbal behavior and are designed using the VB-MAPP. We exclusively use applied behavior analysis and evidence-based strategies. At the same time, our approach to sessions is both fun and motivating. We offer training in verbal behavior and we fully support the professional development of our employees in all aspects of their performance. We have a team spirit based on our common approach and have a mutually supportive and positive environment.

Job Description
Full-time behavior interventionist with experience working with young children with autism in an intensive intervention format. Position consists of implementing applied behavior analysis techniques including verbal behavior programming, primarily conducted in homes of families who have young children with autism. Job responsibilities include conducting skill acquisition programs, implementing behavior plans, collecting data, attending team meetings, and promoting skill generalization. High visibility and recognition for talented and skilled individuals with excellent opportunities for growth. Supervision for BCaBA or BCBA available.

B.A./B.S. with ABA/intensive intervention experience. BCaBA and/or experience in verbal behavior highly desirable. Prefer understanding and coursework in behavior analysis and evidence-based practices.

Hourly wages of $18-25/hr depending on experience. Insurance benefits and accrued vacation and sick time. Professional development opportunities. Compensation for travel time.

Contact Information
Submit cover letter and resume to drlynnwilson@cox.net

Web: abavbgroup.com

Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School     (top)

Clinical Supervisor (positions open in the following locations)


Company Description
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.

Job Description
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 desirable
  • Knowledge of family systems and typical development desirable
  • Minimum of 1-2 years experience providing behavior analytic intervention to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders
  • 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

Contact Information
Please email letter of interest and resume to Kristi Baysinger, MA, BCBA, Site Coordinator, at kbaysinger@tpathways.org. Also contact for additional information: (209) 832-7756.

Web: tpathways.org

Capitol Autism Services     (top)


Sacramento/Northern CA

Company Description
Capitol Autism Services is currently in search of BCBAs who are looking to be part of a professional, passionate, and expanding organization! We understand our employees are our best asset and we strive to create a work environment that is team-oriented, supportive, and exciting.

We provide in-home and school based programs for individuals diagnosed with autism and we believe our work changes lives, not only for the clients we serve but also for the individuals implementing that change. We make every effort to create a new "Quality of Life" paradigm for individuals with autism and related disorders, through comprehensive evaluation, high quality, and personalized care. Our methods are positively oriented, data driven, and functionally based. Our talented and dedicated team takes great pride in the progress and success of our clients. We are based in Sacramento and serve families throughout northern California including Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, Yuba, Butte, Sutter, Solano and Yolo counties.

Job Description

  • Provide supervision, training. motivation, leadership. and support to direct care staff
  • Develop objective, measurable goals and individualized behavior/treatment plans
  • Complete assessments, utilizing various developmental/behavioral tools
  • Conduct parent/guardian training in ABA principles and hands-on program implementation


  • Certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
  • Minimum of 1 year direct experience and program development with children and/or adolescents with ASD
  • Minimum of 1 year experience conducting Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Minimum of 1 year supervising and managing direct care staff
  • Special skills/requirements:
    • Strong clinical, supervisory, organizational. time-management and leadership skills
    • Demonstrate good judgment. decision making, and communication skills
    • Ability to communicate clearly, write professionally, collaborate. and present self professionally
    • Proof of valid driver license and auto insurance
    • Reliable transportation and ability to travel within Organization's service area
    • Fluency in Microsoft Office and the internet; ability to read and write the English language
    • This position requires the following physical activities: climbing, bending. stooping, kneeling, twisting, reaching, sitting, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, and visual acuity, and the ability to lift up to 50 Ibs


  • Full-time $52K-72K/year salary (exempt)/Part-time $ hourly negotiable (non-exempt)
  • 100% employee medical benefits paid
  • CE reimbursement (up to $500/year)
  • Generous PTO and paid holidays
  • 401k
  • Life insurance/ additional voluntary life insurance available
  • Vision, dental, AFLAC, AD&D available
  • Liability insurance coverage
  • Laptop, Android smartphone, tablet (optional)
  • Performance bonuses available
  • Relocation/signing bonus available (negotiable)

Contact Information
Please submit resumes to jobs@capitolautismservices.com or contact Lindsey McConiga at 916-923-1789 x103.
Web: capitolautismservices.com

BECA (Behavioral Education for Children with Autism)     (top)

Positions (2)
Behavior Analyst; Associate Director

Sacramento and Los Angeles

Company Description
Our organization was founded in 2000 to provide quality services to families of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Our Administrative team received their training from leading clinicians and academicians in the field of behavior analysis and the application of behavior analytic methodologies to the difficulties encountered by children and families struggling with autism. The same research that consistently demonstrates that Applied Behavior Analytic (ABA) interventions result in the best outcomes for children with autistic spectrum disorders is the same research on which our clinical practices are based. We serve clients aged 18 months - 22 years across school, home, and community settings.

Job Descriptions/Qualifications

  • Behavior Analyst (Sacramento and Los Angeles)
    BECA Behavior Analysts are responsible for meeting with new clients and their families, conducting behavioral and skills assessments, and developing behavior intervention and treatment plans. The Behavior Analyst will work with the team of clinicians at BECA to provide the highest quality clinical care and will be responsible for development and ongoing monitoring of skill acquisition programs and behavior plans, directly training team members (parents, school personnel, BECA Intervention Aides) in all aspects of the program to ensure treatment integrity.
    • Requirements:
      1. Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
      2. Must have a minimum of 2 years of experience working with children/adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder or a related developmental disability
      3. Must be able to work well as part of a team
    • Desired Experience:
      1. Extensive knowledge of behavior reduction and skill acquisition procedures.
      2. Skilled with DTT and incidental teaching procedures.
      3. Experience conducting preference assessments, skills assessments and functional behavior assessments
      4. Experience in goal development and report writing.
      5. Experience with conducting training and supervision, for both in-house personnel and other professionals.
  • Associate Director (Los Angeles)
    • Requirements:
      1. All requirements of Behavior Analyst (see above).
      2. Extensive experience with conducting staff training and supervision.
      3. Experience with coordination of care across professionals of various disciplines involved in care of children with ASD.
    • Desired Experience:
      1. Experience with prior growth and development in all aspects of clinical office management

These positions come with benefits (medical, dental, retirement) and professional development funds. Compensation is based on experience.

Contact Information
Interested parties should send a cover letter and a resume to employment@beca-aba.com or fax to 310-787-8626.

Web: beca-aba.com

Behavior Therapy Clinic     (top)

Behavior Interventionist

San Fernando Valley, West Los Angeles, South Los Angeles

Company Description
Behavior Therapy Clinic (BTC) is a private agency that serves children of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pervasive Developmental Disabilities. Applying the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we've developed individualized treatment programs for the home, school, and community settings. We hold a Nonpublic Agency Certification from the California Department of Education as well as a vendor contract with the Califomia Regional Centers. We have worked collaboratively with both public schools, including the Los Angeles Unified School District and Culver City Unified School District, and numerous private and parochial schools.

Job Description
Behavior Therapy Clinic is looking for Behavior Interventionists to work with children with autism. Under the supervision of a BCBA, our interventionists assist in the application of behavioral programs that are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and specifically designed for each particular child. Working with the children in their home or school, the interventionist must integrate knowledge and capability to help them learn play skills, social skills, language skills, attention skills, and self-help skills. The interventionist must record daily progress in notes and data collection forms. He or she must also attend monthly clinical meetings and regular communication with supervisors and office staff is vital. We provide supervision and mandatory training.


  • BCaBA preferred, but not required
  • Applicant must be a punctual, responsible, dedicated individual who is friendly, motivated, and a high level of patience.
  • Required: Minimum of 1 year Applied Behavior Analysis experience working with children with autism or other developmentally delaying disorders.
  • Required: BA/BS in Psychology, Education, Special Education, Child Development, Social Work, SLP, Communications, or similar fields.
  • Preferred: BCaBA certification or 12 smemster units in applied behavior analysis (ABA)
  • Live Scan Fingerprint Clearance (Criminal Background Check)
  • Must have reliable transportation and valid drivers license


  • Starting salaries range from $14-$22 an hour depending on experience and education
  • Reimbursement for mileage and drive time
  • Continuous, practical, hands-on training and supervision provided
  • BCBA student/intern supervision provided
  • Health/dental insurance (for employees working 20+ hours/wk)
  • Staff qualifies for fully vested participation in profit sharing plan after 2 yrs of employment
  • Performance based incentives

Contact Information
Please submit your resume to employment@behaviortherapyclinic.com.
Web: behaviortherapyclinic.com

Behavior Therapy Clinic     (top)

Clinical Supervisor

San Fernando Valley, West Los Angeles, South Los Angeles

Company Description
Behavior Therapy Clinic (BTC) is a private agency that serves children of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pervasive Developmental Disabilities. Applying the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we've developed individualized treatment programs for the home, school, and community settings. We hold a Nonpublic Agency Certification from the California Department of Education as well as a vendor contract with the Califomia Regional Centers. We have worked collaboratively with both public schools, including the Los Angeles Unified School District and Culver City Unified School District, and numerous private and parochial schools.

Job Description
Our behavioral supervisors develop a behavioral program specifically designed for each particular child. Working with the children in their home or school, the supervisor trains the behavioral aide and supervises the ABA program to help the child learn play skills, social skills, language skills, attention skills, and self-help skills. The supervisor reviews data and writes progress reports. He or she establishes and maintains positive relations with families and school personnel and discusses the child's skill development and any problem behaviors. Supervisors must also attend monthly supervision meetings. Regular communication with our clinical directors is vital.

  • Supervise ABA programs in the home and school settings
  • Develop ABA programs to reduce problem behaviors and teach functional skills
  • Organize and maintain data collection for programs
  • Review data and write progress reports
  • Establish and maintain positive relations with families and school personnel
  • Train and review staff
  • Parent/teacher consultation regarding skill development and problem behaviors


  • Minimum of MA/MS in ABA or related field
  • BCBA Certification or BCBA eligible, required
  • Minimum of 1 year experience supervising ABA programs
  • Minimum of 2 years working in the field of ABA
  • Skilled in ABA and DTT programming
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • Strong leadership and managerial skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • Ability to manage time effectively


  • Starting salaries are competitive and vary depending on experience
  • Reimbursement for mileage and drive time
  • Health/dental insurance (for employees working 20+ hours/wk)
  • Staff qualifies for fully vested participation in profit sharing plan after 2 yrs of employment

Contact Information
Qualified applicants may submit their resumes to Katie Madsen at KMadsen@behaviortherapyclinic.com.
Web: behaviortherapyclinic.com