at national and international conferences
· Opportunities to review ABA literature with colleagues
· Opportunities to conduct seminars and workshops
· Compensation for mileage
· Paid training
· Potential for career advancement
· Opportunities to consult world-wide
· 401 K Retirement Plan (with company contribution)
· Life and long-term disability insurance
· BCBA Mentorship
· 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 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 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.