Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (FT BCaBA)

Location : Location US-IL-Aurora
ID
2024-31414
Business Unit
Total Spectrum
Category
Behavior Analyst

Overview

Looking to jump-start your future career as a BCaBA? Check out this opportunity just for YOU!

 

Who We’re Looking For

Total Spectrum is looking for a bachelor's-level ABA professional to join us in providing high-quality, evidence-based, contemporary ABA therapy to children with autism. Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs) have demonstrated expertise in behavior treatment and are committed to delivering individualized, person-centered care rooted in the principles of assent-based treatment. BCaBAs assist behavior analysts in supervising cases, providing protocol modification, delivering treatment by protocol, and family treatment guidance.  

Allow Us to Introduce Ourselves

 

Total Spectrum

 

For nearly 10 years, Total Spectrum has provided evidence-based, contemporary ABA therapy to help children, teens, and young adults with autism find success. Our goal is to empower our clients to build the skills needed to live a happy and fulfilling life.

 

As a BCaBA at Total Spectrum, you’ll not only have access to experienced local clinical leadership and support, but you’ll also be part of LEARN Behavioral—a collective group of ABA providers delivering collaborative care to communities from coast-to-coast. LEARN employs over 500 BCBAs and offers services in 18 states, and our average clinical leader has been with the organization for 10 years.

 

What We Offer

LEARN Perks

  • Free, on-demand CEUs on our proprietary LEARNing Lab
  • New Hire Training & additional trainings to help you transition into a supervisory role
  • Mileage & Drive-time reimbursement between clients
  • Tablet for use across working environments + electronic data collection
  • Person-centered and assent-based programming
  • PTO, paid holidays, and floating holidays for full-time employees
  • Sick leave in accordance with state policies
  • Support from multiple specialty teams including: Feeding Intervention Support Team, Functional Analysis Support Team, and High-Risk Review Team
  • DE&I, Neurodiversity, and other specialty groups to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace
  • Organization-wide commitment to ethical, quality-led services for families!

Additional Benefits

  • Compensation starting at $68k+ based on experience
  • Mileage & Drive-time reimbursement between clients
  • Tablet for use across working environments + electronic data collection
  • Full-time and part-time benefits available including:
    • Medical
    • Vision
    • Dental
    • Mental Health/Well-being resources (EAP, Care.com Membership, and Lifecare Specialists)
    • 401(k) with discretionary match starting at year 1
    • Accident Benefit, Short Term Disability, Life/AD&D Insurance, and more
  • PTO, paid holidays, and floating holidays for full-time employees
  • Sick leave in accordance with state policies

What You Have

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or expected to sit for the BCaBA exam in the next three months
  • Supervision hours in progress or completed (as outlined by the BACB requirements)
  • Certification, registration, and/or license as required by local statutes to deliver behavior treatment
  • Commitment to our five values: clinical curiosity, integrity, parent partnership, client-focus, and clinical competency

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Provide behavior treatment by protocol to clients, as-needed
  • Provide clinical direction to technicians, as-needed
  • Assist behavior analysts in protocol modification, assessments, family treatment guidance, treatment planning and clinical programming
  • Follow guidelines regarding time spent on non-billable activities
  • Ensure data is collected and recorded with fidelity and reliability
  • Complete mandatory trainings and attend required meetings
  • Document services delivered accurately and timely according to company policies
  • Report clinical and scheduling concerns promptly
  • Adhere to all company compliance policies, written or unwritten
  • Complete other tasks as assigned by supervisor

Total Spectrum/LEARN Behavioral is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must be presently eligible to work in the U.S.

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