Training & Employment Opportunities
Director, Early Learner Program We are seeking an experienced behavior analyst and dynamic leader to serve as the Director of our Early Learner Program providing early and intensive behavioral intervention services to young children diagnosed with autism and related disorders. The primary responsibility of the Director is to oversee the effectiveness and efficiency of services, training, and supervision in the program by: •providing mentoring to behavior analysts serving clients and supervising technicians •ensuring all supervisors are developing the most current empirically supported behavioral assessments and interventions as well as supervision methods •improving ongoing training and supervision programs for technicians and interns pursing certification •developing and evaluating systems to improve program effectiveness and efficiency •working within our clinical leadership team to ensure effective, collaborative care •coordinating client services with our administrative team •developing collaborative relationships with community partners •conducting applied research in the areas of verbal behavior and early intervention, not required but supported Requirements and Qualifications •master’s degree in applied behavior analysis, or related field; doctoral degree is preferred •current BCBA(-D) certification •competency in developing skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs for young children •competency supervising behavior technicians •experience supervising trainees pursuing board certification •strong leadership skills with a passion for mentoring and team collaboration •desire to continually achieve high client outcomes with compassion •creative and organized •excellent analytical/problem solving skills
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)/Case Manager We are seeking full-time, salaried board certified behavior analysts (BCBA/BCBA-D) to serve as case managers in our Pathways Program. Supervision of behavior technicians would primarily occur in clinic with additional supervision and caregiver training in home, school, and community settings. Our case managers supervise small caseloads (5 to 6 clients). We provide mentoring by experienced doctoral-level board certified behavior analysts (BCBA-D) to early career behavior analysts. Collaboration with and training by behavior analysts with expertise in specialized areas, such as feeding disorders and severe behavior is available. We offer excellent benefits and competitive pay commensurate with experience. Responsibilities include: •conducting behavioral assessments, develop and evaluate behavioral programming, and oversee the implementation of behavioral programs by behavior technicians •consulting with and train clients' caregivers to implement behavioral programming to meet clients' needs •consulting with clients' medical, therapy, and school teams and collaborate with our team members, as necessary, to meet clients' needs and maximize clients' outcomes •facilitating on the job staff training to behavior technicians and prepare staff for certification as a registered behavior technician •participate in applied research projects Requirements and Qualifications •master’s degree in applied behavior analysis, or related field; doctoral degree is preferred •current BCBA(-D) certification •competency in developing skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs for young children •competency supervising behavior technicians •experience supervising trainees pursuing board certification •desire to continually achieve high client outcomes with compassion •creative and organized •excellent analytical/problem solving skills
Behavior Technician/Registered Behavior Technician Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health is seeking part-time and full-time registered behavior technicians for both center-based and in-home/community-based services. We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits for full-time employees, and we will assist exceptional candidates in becoming registered. Responsibilities include: •Developing and maintaining rapport with clients and families •Implementing individualized clinical programs for clients •Generating clinical notes •Participating in supervision with a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) and/or a licensed psychologist •Assisting supervisors in conducting assessments and training caregivers
Undergraduate and Graduate Practicum and Internships Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health is committed to training current and future generations of clinicians, researchers, and other professionals who may interact with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or behavioral disorders. Clinical and research training opportunities include practica, internships, and fellowships in psychology and behavior analysis for undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral trainees. Interested individuals should include a completed letter of intent and curriculum vitae to their employment/volunteer application.
Postdoctoral Fellowships Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health accepts postdoctoral research associates for one- to two-year appointments in our Behavior Management, Early Learner, and Pediatric Feeding Disorder Programs. Postdoctoral fellows receive a variety of training opportunities related to provision of clinical services in integrated primary care clinics, research (both independent and team-based), and supervision of master’s level students. Didactic training is provided regarding clinical topics, clinical administrative issues and preparation for the Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP). Licensed psychologists are the primary supervisors for postdoctoral fellows. Interested individuals should include a completed letter of intent and curriculum vitae to their employment/volunteer application.
Continuing Education Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health is an Authorized Continuing Education (ACE) provider of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).