Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Public School Division
- Stratford, CT, USA
Beacon Services of Connecticut has been a leader in the Behavior Analysis community in Connecticut for over a decade!
- Clinical support from a network of experienced masters and doctoral level BCBAs.
- Professional development opportunities through our affiliated Master’s and PhD programs at Cambridge College: www.cambridgecollege.edu/degree/phd-applied-behavior-analysis-specialization-autism-intervention
- Opportunities for research, training, and conference attendance
Expand your skills as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst by working with students of varied skill levels, including students with autism, in a public school setting
- Complete assessments and develop individualized client treatment plans, including both behavior reduction and skill acquisition programming
- Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of special education teachers, speech pathologists, physical therapists, and regular education teachers
- Supervise and train Behavioral Therapists to work in a variety of school settings
- Participate in PPTs, where progress and data are presented to members of the school team, as well as families of the students we serve
Full Time and Part Time Opportunities!
- Master’s Degree or PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Psychology, or related field
- Current BCBA Certification
- At least Two (2) years of experience in applied settings developing and implementing behavioral interventions and teaching programs
- Bilingual Spanish a plus
- Highly competitive rates
- Medical & Dental Insurance
- Voluntary Benefits
- 401k with company contribution
- Staff Events
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