Autism4Description: This position provides direct ABA services (Verbal Behavior) and program supervision to children on the autism spectrum. This position may also entail behavioral acquisition and reduction services to other individuals and their families.

Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include conducting verbal behavior (VB-MAPP and ABLLS) and functional assessments, developing treatment plans, directly implementing the treatment plan, analyzing progress data, modifying the treatment plan as necessary. The position may also require training and supervising others (parents and other behavioral staff) on the treatment plan. These positions may require travel within the local area.

Locations: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Miami, Florida & south Palm Beach County, Florida

Minimum Qualifications: The candidate will have (a) a minimum of a masters degree from an educational program whose primary emphasis is behavior analysis; (b) one or more years supervised experience developing, training, implementing, and monitoring behavior plans; (c) effective oral and written communication skills; and (d) outstanding social skills. The candidate must also be able to pass a rigorous criminal backround screening. Special consideration will be given to persons with prior Verbal Behavior experience and/or persons who speak fluent Spanish.

Certification Requirement: The candidate for this position must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) as of the start date. Others will not be considered for this position – please do not apply if you do not meet this criterion.

Salary: We offer very competitive salaries based on experience.

Benefits: We offer outstanding benefits including paid holidays (salaried only), vacation and personal leave (salaried only), health insurance, disability and life insurance, dental insurance, professional development, professional liability insurance (salaried only), travel reimbursement, relocation assistance, 401(K) savings plan with company contribution, and research opportunities. For more information on the benefits of employment with Behavior Analysis, Inc., please see our job benefits and behavioral community and pages.

To Apply: Send a cover letter including salary requirements and a curriculum vitae or resume to jobs@behavior-analysis.org. Please specify the position(s) for which you are applying.

To see other open positions, please visit our job openings page. 

argue1Description: This position provides direct behavior analysis services to children and familes where the child is at risk of out-of-home placement and/or to foster families. Please our Family Strengthening program description for more information.

Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include conducting ecological and functional assessments, developing treatment plans, training parents and caregivers to carry out the treatment plan, analyzing progress data, modifying the treatment plan and conducting follow up services as necessary. These positions require travel within the local area.

Location: Southwest Florida (Naples, Ft. Myers).

Minimum Qualifications: The candidate will have (a) a minimum of a masters degree from an educational program whose primary emphasis is behavior analysis; (b) one or more years supervised experience developing, training, implementing, and monitoring behavior plans; (c) effective oral and written communication skills; and (d) outstanding social skills. The candidate must also be able to pass a rigorous criminal backround screening. Special consideration will be given to persons who speak fluent Spanish fluently.

Certification Requirement: The candidate for this position must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) within six months of the start date. Others will not be considered for this position – please do not apply if you do not meet this criterion.

Salary: We offer very competitive salaries based on experience.

argue2Benefits: We offer outstanding benefits including paid holiday (salaried only), vacation and personal leave (salaried only), health insurance, disability and life insurance, dental insurance, professional development, professional liability insurance, travel reimbursement, relocation assistance, 401(K) savings plan with company contribution and research opportunities. For more information on the benefits of employment with Behavior Analysis, Inc., please see our job benefits and behavioral community and pages.

To Apply: Send a cover letter including salary requirements and a curriculum vitae or resume to jobs@behavior-analysis.org. Please specify the position(s) for which you are applying.

To see other open positions, please visit our job openings page.

teach2Description: This is a part-time position teaching language and academic skills to children with autism using the methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We provide extensive training and supervision to ensure competence.

Responsibilities: Primary job duties include (all of the following activities are completed under the direction and supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and may require travel):

    • Implementing language and academic programs
    • Collecting individual progress data
    • Maintaining program books
    • Creating teaching materials
    • Discussing session progress with parents

Locations: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Miami, Florida and Boca Raton, Florida.

Minimum Qualifications: The preferred candidate will have (a) at least two years of college, (b) experience working with children, (c) effective oral and written communication skills, and (d) outstanding social skills. Special consideration will be given to persons with prior experience working with children with autism, who have completed college-level behavior analysis coursework and/or who speak fluent Spanish.

Center-Based Schedule: The candidate must be available Monday through Friday to work at least one of the following time slots (must work same exact time slot every day):

     • 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
     • 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     • 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
     • 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
     • 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Community-Based Schedule. There are no set time slots for home- and school-based therapy; however the candidate must be available for at least two hours every day Monday through Friday (preference given to four hours or more daily) and must be available at the same time(s) every day Monday through Friday. If  you do not meet this requirement, please do not apply.

Starting Salary Range: Varies according to experience and education.

Benefits: This is an outstanding entry-level position that has great potential for advancement. Benefits include:

     • Supervision by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst for hours leading to certification
     • Quarterly performance-based pay rate increases
     • Performance recognition bonuses
     • Participation in 401(K) with company contribution

To Apply: Send a cover letter including salary requirements and a curriculum vitae or resume to jobs@behavior-analysis.org. Please specify the position(s) for which you are applying, the days and time(s) you are available, the length of time you expect to have this availability and the length of time you expect to be employed by us.

To see other open positions, please visit our job openings page.