Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- Chicago, IL
Are you a Board Certified Behavior Analyst looking to join a clinical team led and developed by BCBAs? Are you interested in working with children with autism in an exciting multidisciplinary clinic? Do enjoy the flexibility of working in-clinic, working from home, and with flexible scheduling? North Shore Pediatric Therapy is the place for you! We offer highly competitive compensation, Health/Dental/ Vision and Life Insurance, 401k, Flexible scheduling, Paid Time Off, Mileage Reimbursement, and Continuing Education.
NSPT provides a growth-oriented environment with many unique opportunities to pursue your passion.
As an Analyst at NSPT, you will be managing and leading ABA treatment for kids in multiple environments
including in clinic, in home, and/or in school.
NSPT is currently accepting applications for BCBA positions for our Chicago, IL clinic. This position will also split time in our Lincolnwood, IL clinic. NSPT provides a growth-oriented environment with many unique opportunities to pursue your passion. As an Analyst at NSPT, you will be managing and leading ABA treatment for kids in different environments such as in clinic, in home, and/or in school.
Why should you choose NSPT?
NSPT is a multidisciplinary clinic bringing together behavior
analysts, neuropsychologists, occupational, speech, physical, and behavior
therapists all under the same roof. This gives you the unparalleled opportunity
to collaborate with other professionals to provide the best treatment for your
NSPT is an expanding organization offering many leadership and growth
- You will be able to extend your work beyond the child and into the
community. You will have the opportunity to work with schools and allied health
professionals, as well as conduct parent training and outreach
What will your job at NSPT entail?
Complete assessments and reassessments to ascertain the child’s
level of functioning and aid in the development of individual programs and
interventions for the home, school, and clinic.
Create individual treatment programs for children
Supervise behavior therapists on your team
Conduct staff, parent, and teacher training
Maintain collaboration and communication with parents, teachers,
allied disciplines, and physicians by completing progress and evaluation
Develop new roles within our growing organization
Interested in working with us? Now you just need to make sure you meet our qualifications.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst, required
Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education, or a related field
Strong analytical skills
Excellent time management skills
Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Ability to work independently and collaboratively
Positive “can do” attitude!
Be client centered
We look forward to receiving your application!
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
To view more about being an NSPT team member, go to this web page: http://bestabacareers.com/