Training & Job Opportunities


Board Certified Behavior Analyst


The Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health is seeking a full-time Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Doctoral Level (BCBA-D) with experience in early intervention and verbal behavior. Eligibility for licensure as a psychologist (LP) or psychological associate (LPA) in North Carolina is preferred. 


This position involves planning and coordinating programing in a clinical setting for a small caseload of young children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. Training opportunities in the assessment and treatment of challenging behavior and feeding difficulties are available.   


Responsibilities include: 

  • Conducting assessments of children’s current skills and deficits

  • Developing, evaluation, and refining individualized clinical programs for clients

  • Maintaining positive relationships with clients’ caregivers and family members

  • Training caregivers in effective behavioral interventions and assessments

  • Training and supervising a small number of behavior technicians

  • Generating clinical notes 

  • Independently completing administrative tasks 

  • Maintaining required certifications and licenses

The Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health offers a competitive salary, based on experience, health benefits, paid time off, financial support for conferences and continuing education, and in-house continuing education and LPA supervision

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Registered Behavior Technician

The Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health is seeking part-time and full-time registered behavior technicians for primarily in-clinic 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)

  • Assisting supervisors in conducting assessments and training caregivers

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Clinical and Research Training

The 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.  The center enjoys strong connections with the University of North Carolina Wilmington and other training and education entities in the region and around the United States. Interested individuals should forward a completed letter of intent, employment/volunteer application, and curriculum vitae to

Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health accepts postdoctoral research associates for one-year appointments in our Early Skill Acquisition, Pediatric Feeding Disorders, and Severe Behavior 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. 

Continuing Education

The Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health is an Authorized Continuing Education (ACE) provider of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).  

University of North Carolina Wilmington Psychology Clinic

720 St. James Drive Wilmington, NC 28403

Tel: 910-660-8200

Fax: 910-660-8199

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