Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)

Job ID
2024-30776
Location : Location
US-AZ-Tucson
Business Unit
Autism Spectrum Therapies
Category
Behavior Analyst

Overview

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One of the most well-known and respected ABA agencies in the country, Autism Spectrum Therapies, is now looking for a BCaBA to join our team. At AST, we pride ourselves in providing individualized, high-quality clinical support (i.e., mentorship), with a focus on long-term growth for our staff. Our behavior analysts are responsible for managing a team of behavior technicians and are given the tools to do so with ease and efficiency. This is a great opportunity to join a well-established organization, with the resources and clinical expertise to provide the highest quality services in the country!

 

AST (founded in 2001) has always stood for clinical excellence in the field of ABA. We continually invest in research, innovation, and technology to improve our clinical practice.  AST is committed to being the employer of choice for those clinicians looking to provide the highest-quality services. It is our intention to provide our staff with everything they need to ensure that families receive the best services, and make progress every day.

Responsibilities

As an Assistant Behavioral Analyst you will:

  • Work under the direction of a BCBA.
  • Oversee a team of Behavior Technicians and clinical programs
  • Support parent training and education
  • Write progress reports and conduct regular team meetings

 Five reasons to consider exploring a career with AST:

  1. We invest significantly in training and developing you and our Behavior Technicians
  2. All of UP’s staff are equipped with tablets for electronic data collection
  3. We have an extensive online library of protocols based on institutional knowledge gained through 15 years of delivering ABA services 
  4. We pride ourselves on an organization-wide commitment to ethical, quality-led services for families
  5. Our BCABA’s are supported by experienced billing and scheduling support teams

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Minimum one year experience working with children with autism
  • Eligible to sit for BCaBA (An undergraduate-level certification in behavior analysis) 
  • Extensive prior experience with applied behavioral analysis
  • Demonstrated fluency with all aspects of the Behavior Interventionist position
  • Demonstrated ability to train others
  • Strong communication and writing skills; bilingual skills highly valued
  • Commitment to our values of Clinical Curiosity, Integrity, Parent Partnership, Client-Focus, and Clinical Competency

AST offers BCABAs a competitive base salary and comprehensive benefits plan including 401(k), paid-time off, mileage reimbursement, professional development stipend, and paid holidays.

 

AST/Learn Behavioral is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must be presently eligible to work in the U.S.

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