Immediate Openings for BCBA's

Behavior Analysis, Inc.
Miami/ Fort Lauderdale, FL

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR BCBAs (Miami and Fort Lauderdale)


If you are passionate about Behavior Analysis and value opportunities to continue to grow as a BCBA, consider joining our team! Our agency provides a unique opportunity to work closely within a true behavioral community with other passionate, knowledgeable, behavior analysts in beautiful South Florida.


Behavior Analysis, Inc. has immediate openings for Clinical Supervisors to work with children with autism, supervise verbal behavior (VB/ABA) programs, and work with families who have children exhibiting challenging behavior throughout the greater Miami and Fort Lauderdale areas.


Salary. Starting pay is $65,000 - $75,000/year with opportunities to increase your own income every week beyond your salary.



We offer guaranteed salaries, monetary bonuses, paid time-off, paid holidays, plus all of the following benefits:


·         Medical and dental insurance for full-time employees

·         401 K Savings Plan (with company contribution)

·         Paid time off

·         Free agency sponsored CEU events

·         Potential for career advancement

·         BCBA Mentorship

·         Ongoing opportunities to review relevant ABA literature with colleagues in fun environments

·         Paid support at professional conferences

·         Paid training

·         Opportunities to participate in ongoing publishable research projects

·         Opportunities to present state, national and international conferences

·         Opportunities to consult world-wide

·         Opportunities to conduct seminars and workshops

·         Google Chromebook

·         Compensation for mileage

·         Life and long-term disability insurance

·         Relocation assistance (when applicable)


Job Description.

Responsibilities include:

Working directly with children with autism using ABA/VB approach

Supervising staff implementing ABA programs

Conducting ABA language-based assessments

Developing ABA acquisition programs

Training caregivers and staff


For children exhibiting challenging behavior responsibilities may also include:

Conducting functional assessments

Developing behavior intervention plans

Caregiver and teacher training

Monitoring progress


The positions consist of working in caregiver homes in surrounding communities, schools, and/or one of our state-of-the-art Florida Autism Treatment Centers. The positions require minor travel within the local area and late afternoon and early evening hours (peak times are 2:30-7:30pm). 


Application Process.

Please email a cover letter and your vita to: Krystine Cardenas, M.S., BCBA, Director of Autism Services at or fax to (954)-577-7790. A professional letter of reference is also required, but may be provided following the interview.



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