BCBA/LABA - Come achieve your ideal Work/Life Balance!

New England ABA is the leading provider of home and community-based ABA in Massachusetts with offices in Wakefield and Quincy and Fall River coming in early 2019.
Why choose New England ABA?
Highly competitive salary PLUS unique bonus structure paid out each paycheck! New England ABA will never lose an amazing candidate over pay rate and will match or exceed any competitive offers.
Work/Life Balance
Schedule allows for flexibility in the morning and early afternoon hours
Ability to work remotely or in your local office work environment.
Caseload located in tight geographical region to reduce travel distance and time
We have other team members that handle all billing, scheduling and other administrative tasks so our BCBAs can focus solely on delivering state of the art ABA therapy to our clients.
Small, manageable caseloads focused on clinical quality.
Small company feel with big company benefits
Our teams are broken into small regional pods to allow for the highest in customer service and client success.
Comprehensive benefits package, including medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401k retirement with company match, and paid time off.
Professional development yearly stipend to attend conferences, seminars, etc.
Regional Clinical Managers operate without a caseload,andare available to support all BCBAs within their region.
Career Path & Professional Growth
With the growing number of BCBA's in the organization, consultations from other BCBAs are available.
Monthly collaborative meetings with team members.
With new regional offices opening frequently, there is room for career growth.
All Behavior Technician's complete a 40-hour ABA training and pass a competency test before being cleared for field service
Overview of Position:
Looking to make an impact in the lives of children, adolescents and their families living with Autism? Would you like to join a thriving ABA practice where you can build a career?
BCBAs at New England ABA provide clinical oversight to Behavior Technicians in the field. Duties include writing behavior intervention plans, establishing how goals are targeted, structuring sessions in a productive manner, evaluating Behavior Technician's clinical growth and mastery of professional development goals and other clinically related tasks. Our BCBAs are leaders within our organization. Most client sessions are from 3-8PM, providing flexible scheduling during morning and early afternoon hours.
Job requirements:
Current licensed applied behavior analyst (LABA) in the state of Massachusetts required.
2-5 years working directly with children and adolescents with ASD required.
Experience with VB, PECS, DTT, PRT and ESDM a plus.
What makes a strong candidate:
Positive, solution focused attitude.
Adaptable in all environments
Professional mission aligns with our mission of changing lives, one family at a time.
Leadership skills needed to fill potential management roles within the practice.
Strong knowledge of ABA fundamentals and a person-centered approach to therapy
Interested in professional growth through the use of a growth-oriented mindset.
Proven track record of growth and success in prior employment.
New England ABA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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