Behavioral Support Partnership is expanding and seeks experienced, compassionate and highly skilled professionals in the field of behavior analysis. Individuals with experience in early intervention, working with children with autism and parent training consultation are encouraged to apply. Our team spirit, flexible working conditions, compensation and benefits contribute to a highly motivated and diverse work environment. Part-time, hourly and full-time positions are available. Fluency in Spanish and/or Vietnamese is a plus. We promote from within, offering numerous opportunities for continued professional training and advancement.
Behavioral Support Partnership offers supervision and training for those candidates seeking to expand their career options with RBT or BCBA certifications. Competitive salaries and benefits are offered depending on experience and education.
Behavioral Support Partnership is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Therapists provide 1:1 direct instruction with children in the family home and/or community. Interventions are evidence-based and focus on Pivotal Response Treatment and other ABA teaching techniques.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in Psychology, Special Education or related field and experience working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities. Early childhood and Applied Behavior Analysis experience is preferred.
Parent Training Consultant
Parent Training Consultants teach ABA principles and strategies to parents in order to successfully carry out intervention programs with their children during the normal routines of daily life.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in Psychology, Special Education or related field and at least two years of experience working with children with developmental disabilities and Applied Behavior Analysis. The Applicant should have at least one year of experience designing and implementing Positive Behavior Support Plans and working with individuals with challenging behaviors.
Case Supervisors support and supervise Behavior Therapists working with families in the home. Interventions are evidence-based and will focus on Pivotal Response Treatment and other ABA teaching techniques.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Psychology, Special Education or related field and have at least two years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and early intervention. BCBA is required.