Board Certified Behavior Analyst - Military veterans preferred

LittleStar ABA Therapy


  full-time   part-time   employee   contract

United States

SummaryThe Clinical BCBA is responsible for developing appropriate programs and behavior plans as well as supervising their implementation. They are also responsible for continuously monitoring their assigned teams and each patient’s progress in order to provide the most relevant programming.Why Work at LittleStar?Salary starts at $60,000, plus monthly performance bonuses401k with company matchUp to 50 CEUs annuallyAnnual stipend for professional developmentA friendly and relaxed atmosphereWe are a non-profit organization, so we always focus on what is best for the individuals we serve. Smaller caseloads so you can fully support your patients and team membersGreat Benefits: Three options for medical, two for dental and free vision. Staff with medical insurance have access to free health and wellness clinics, plus free generic medicationsQualifications and SkillsMaster’s Degree in ABA or related fieldBoard certification in behavior analysis (BCBA)Experience with behavior guideline development and programming for children with autismStrong attention to detail for data collection and report writingPositive team player and energetic professionalAbility to train others (parents, staff) in basic principles of ABA, curriculum, programs, etc.Strong organizational and time management skills along with the ability to manage multiple tasksGood judgment and creative thinking skillsEssential DutiesCreates and supervises implementation of new skill acquisition programs and behavior support plan, and provides feedback and training to RBTs as neededCaptures and contrives opportunities to teach staff and patients in the natural environment and teaches others to do the sameConducts functional assessments and analysesParticipates in assessment processAttends and participates in parent meetings, staff meetings, trainings and other meetings as neededProvides information about programming to parentsAttends IEP meetings as needed for the progress of the patient’s therapy goalsOffers feedback on staff performance reviewsAssists with new RBT training Participates in research and presentation opportunities at local and national conferences