BCBAs help children with autism learn new skills and reduce challenging behaviors using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
BCBAs are responsible for developing comprehensive, individualized treatment plans that assist children and their families to identify needs, learn new skills, and adapt to social environments. This includes ongoing monitoring of the child’s progress, curriculum analysis and modification, conducting formal assessments (e.g. ABLLS, VB-MAPP, etc.), and regular communication with the child’s parents. BCBAs will also supervise ABA Therapists to ensure treatment fidelity.
BCBAs have flexible hours with the ability to create their own schedules (Monday through Saturday, varying shifts from 7am – 7pm), but must be able and willing to travel up to one hour from headquarters to provide services.
BCI offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package. All BCBAs receive a professional development stipend, and as a special incentive, BCBAs can select to receive an increased stipend, sign-on bonus, or money for student loan repayment.*
Our BCBAs also enjoy unique opportunities to manage their work/life balance. BCI currently offers BCBAs the options to choose from additional time off, the ability to work from home for a pre-set number of days per year, or cash out unused vacation time after one year.*
Are you a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst Interesting in joining BCI’s team? Visit our Job Listings for current position availability.
*Note, benefits are subject to change.