We offer guaranteed salaries, opportunities to increase your own income, monetary bonuses, paid time-off, paid holidays, plus all of the following benefits:
$2,500 sign up bonus
No billable hour requirement
Free CEU events
Medical and dental insurance for full-time employees
Support at professional conferences
Opportunities to participate in ongoing research projects and to present
at national and international conferences
Opportunities to review ABA literature with colleagues
Opportunities to conduct seminars and workshops
Compensation for mileage
Potential for career advancement
Opportunities to consult world-wide
401 K Retirement Plan (with company contribution)
Life and long-term disability insurance
Relocation assistance (when applicable)
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 staffFor children exhibiting challenging behavior responsibilities may also include:
Conducting functional assessments
Developing behavior intervention plans
Caregiver and teacher training
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 will require travel within the local area and late afternoon and early evening hours (peak times are 2:30-7:30pm).
The applicants must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). BCBAs must have one or more years supervised experience developing, training, implementing, and monitoring acquisition and reduction plans; effective oral and written communication skills; OUTSTANDING INTERPERSONAL SKILLS are a must.
Very competitive salaries based on experience.
Please email a cover letter and your vita to: Ms. Krystine Cardenas, BCBA, Director of Autism Services at Kcardenas@behavior-analysis.org or fax to (954)-577-7790. A professional letter of reference is also required, but may be provided following the interview.
For more information visit us on the web at www.behavior-analysis.org.