Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- Danbury, CT, USA
Beacon Services of Connecticut is a private group practice of behavior analysts, behavioral therapists and specialized therapists organized to provide intensive behavioral and instructional services to individuals with disabilities. This practice specializes in evidence-based treatment to young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD).
Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) are responsible for the completion of behavioral assessments, short and long term behavioral consultations and direct treatment as assigned by management. They are responsible for the supervision and training of Early Intervention Associates (I and II), the development of individual goals and objectives and of written guidelines for behavioral interventions, teaching plans and programs, and the collection and analysis of data.
- PhD or Masters in applied behavior analysis, special education, psychology or related field
- Current BCBA certification
- Minimum of (2) two years in applied settings developing and implementing behavioral interventions and teaching programs
- Strong communication skills to confidently explain information and converse with families
- Organizational Skills to effectively process, implement and teach programs
- Self-Confidence to take the initiative to approach families
- Achievement motivated to work with families to set and achieve realistic goals
- Working in home settings - will require travel to various types of homes
- Full Time
- Various Session Times
- 8:00am - 7:00pm
- Monday through Friday
To begin your career, please apply online by visiting our website at www.beaconct.org.
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