ABA2Day is expanding our clinical services, and in search of passionate BCBA's to help us grow.
$5,000 Sign on Bonus
Seeking FULL-TIME BCBAs for In-Home, Center-based, daycare, and school-based environments
Discover the difference you can make at a different kind of company!
Why consider ABA2Day?
At ABA2Day, we focus heavily on ensuring our clients reach their greatest potential through monitoring broad-scale outcomes. We have developed proprietary tools and metrics to not only track a client’s progress toward each individual skill but ensure that progress is being made on the timeline/trajectory that is most appropriate for them.
We offer a competitive compensation package, which includes; Major Health and/Dental Insurance, Life, LTD and STD, Paid Time Off, 401K, professional development allowance (CEU’s), generous mileage policy, and up to $12,000 in performance bonus opportunities! Relocation Stipend available.
-Credentialed as BCBA by the BACB and retaining appropriate memberships certifications
-Pennsylvania practice license (LBS) is required!
-Experience working with children or young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
-Experience interacting with multiple care team members and families
-Assessment of skills & deficits across a variety of domains: Speech/Language/Communication, Sociability, Sensory/ Cognitive Awareness, Health/Physical/Behavior, Academic, Activities of Daily Living, etc. using best practice methodologies such as ABLLS-R, VB-MAPP, Vineland, etc.
-Development of skill acquisition and behavior support plans which deliver measurable improvement across metrics
-ABA methodologies including Functional Behavior Analysis, Discrete Trial Training, Verbal Behavior Analysis, Incidental Teaching, Shaping, Chaining, Modeling and Imitation, Task Analysis; Motivational methodologies and reinforcement practices;
-Interaction with parents and management staff in an agency and/or school setting;
-Technology and implementation of internet tools, willingness to learn
-Coordination with multiple care providers including Special Education Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Pediatricians, and Neurologists is helpful