We are open and accepting new patients during this difficult time.
Please check our COVID-19 and Tele-Health tabs for recent updates.
Start Your Career With Us
A Fulfilling Career Awaits You
At Autism Behavioral & Educational Services, Inc, we pride ourselves on valuing our most regarded asset: people. We’re looking for dedicated and reliable individuals to fill the vacant positions we currently have in our company. Make use of your experience and abilities while helping children with autism achieve the best version of themselves.
Board Certified Behavior Analysts
We’re seeking dedicated BCBAs to join a family-centric company with one singular focus – to fulfill meaningful goals defined by our clients and their families. We want humble, smart, and passionate individuals who can exemplify our service culture.
As a member of our interdisciplinary team, a BCBA designs and manages individualized educational and behavioral programs, including direct 1:1 therapy service and development of new academic, behavioral, social, and daily living skills. The candidate must also have experience in managing difficult or disruptive behaviors.
A BCBA conducts assessments, develops reports, and manages a team of behavioral interventionists to create a fun, motivating experience in order to generate the highest level of performance for our clients.
We offer full-time positions and a competitive salary based on the candidate’s experience.
Must have an active board certification as a BCBA
At least 2 years of experience working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities
Paid Time Off
Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance Benefits
Retirement Plan with a Company Match
Behavioral Interventionists/Registered Behavioral Technicians
A behavioral interventionist or a registered behavioral technician will be overseen by the BCBA. They will provide clinical skill instructions and behavioral reduction protocols based on the principles of applied behavior analysis to children with autism and related developmental disabilities at the clinics, their home and/or the community. He or she will collect data from programs, help with parent training, and assist the behavior analyst with clinical assessments as needed.