BCBA

Benchmark Human Services
Savannah GA

If you’re looking for a rewarding job helping people with disabilities become more independent and involved in their community, Benchmark Human Services is seeking a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).  We provide thorough training, great challenges, and even greater fulfillment as you help individuals reach their maximum potential. Very flexible schedule you will not find in clinic settings.

Description:   Flexible 7 day on call, 7 day off call schedule.  Salaried position with no billable hours.   Provide supports to clients and staff working in the Georgia Mobile Crisis Support Program.  Must be willing to flex schedule accordingly to provide services, supports, care and treatment to individuals as required.  Weekend and on-call work is required. Must be experienced and competent in profession and maintain any applicable license, training, or and certifications.

Benefits:  Very competitive salary, opportunities for career advancement, flexible schedule, medical and dental insurance, 401K with employer match, tuition reimbursement, paid time off and sick time, employee referral bonuses and potential 5K annual bonus on top of salary. 

Requirements:   BCBA preferred. Must be BCBA eligible and obtain certification within 2 years of employment.   Master’s degree in psychology, behavioral analysis, education, social work or related field.   Minimum of 35 hours training and education in behavioral analysis and behavioral supports or Behavioral Analyst Board Certification.    At least two years experience with behavioral supports evaluation and services for people with developmental disabilities.  Valid driver’s license and auto insurance.  Certification and ongoing training in crisis intervention curriculum. 

Contact Information:

Please apply online at BenchmarkHS.com and select the Careers tab, or send resume to bholloway@benchmarkhs.com

Phone:  478-451-0557

Website:  benchmarkhs.com

 

EEO and Affirmative Action Employer

Veterans, Women and Individuals with Disabilities encouraged to apply