Board Certified Behavior Analyst (FT BCBA)

Job ID
Location : Location
US-CA-San Marcos
Business Unit
Autism Spectrum Therapies
Behavior Analyst


We’re looking for...






Big-hearted, and...


Analytical clinicians to join us. Does this sound like you? If so, we’d love to talk!

Who We’re Looking For

AST is hiring a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to join them in providing high-quality, evidence-based, contemporary ABA therapy to children with autism. Our clinicians are committed to delivering individualized, person-centered care rooted in the principles of assent-based treatment. We consider parents and caregivers our partners on our mission to nurture the potential of every child in our care—setting them up for success in school and life. And, we have reasonable billable expectations for our team.


Part-time and full-time positions available.

Allow Us to Introduce Ourselves

For over 20 years, Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST) has provided evidence-based, contemporary ABA therapy to help children, teens, and adults with autism find success. Our goal is to empower our clients to build the skills needed to live a happy and fulfilling life.


As a Behavior Analyst at AST, you’ll not only have access to experienced local clinical leadership and support, but you’ll also be part of LEARN Behavioral—a collective group of ABA providers delivering collaborative care to communities from coast-to-coast. LEARN employs over 500 BCBAs and offers services in 18 states, and our average clinical leader has been with the organization for 10 years.

What We Offer


  • Free, on-demand CEUs on our proprietary LEARNing Lab
  • Yearly professional development stipend (can be used for conferences, licensure, recertification, etc.)
  • Monthly clinical forums (live CEUs)
  • Person-centered care and assent-based treatment programming
  • Reasonable 20-hour minimum weekly billable target
  • Quarterly bonus opportunities, up to 10K total per year
  • Support from multiple specialty teams including: Feeding Intervention Support Team, Functional
  • Analysis Support Team, and High-Risk Review Team
  • Experienced scheduling, training, and insurance teams
  • DEI, Neurodiversity, and other specialty groups that foster a diverse and inclusive workplace

Additional Benefits

  • Plenty of promotional and leadership opportunities
  • Comprehensive wellness benefits, including Talkspace,, and LEARN Perks (discounts)
  • 28 days of total paid time off for new, full-time BCBAs
  • Full-time and part-time benefits available including:
    • Medical
    • Vision
    • Dental
    • 401(k) with discretionary match starting at year 1
    • Accident benefit, short-term disability, life/AD&D Insurance, and more

What You Have

  • Master’s degree or higher
  • BCBA certification or expected to sit for the BCBA exam within the next three months
  • Minimum of two years of experience working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities
  • Certification, registration, and/or license as required by local statutes to deliver behavior treatment
  • Exceptional professional, interpersonal, and communication skills (written and vocal)
  • Commitment to our five values: partnership, integrity, curiosity, client-centered, and excellence

Bonus if you have an interest in research, specifically functional analysis, verbal behavior, feeding, and other topics!

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Provide oversight and supervision for your team and clients
  • Mentor and support behavior technicians (BTs) (note: all our BTs go through competency-based training)
  • Write reports and conduct clinical reviews with funding sources
  • Attend monthly regional meetings for ongoing training and supervision
  • Conduct regular parent/caregiver trainings for family members
  • Treat the safety of clients and others involved in each case as a top priority
  • Consult with clients and provides continuous program direction and maintenance
  • Analyze data/behavior and makes data-based decisions
  • Guide ongoing implementation of teaching procedures
  • Ensure program directives from senior clinical team are implemented accurately and timely
  • Deliver individualized, person-centered care rooted in the principles of assent-based treatment

Ready to join a team of 500+ BCBAs committed to excellence? Apply today.


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

Compensation Range

$71250 - $82000 / year


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