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Board Certified Behavior Analyst/BCBA

Discover the difference you can make at a different kind of company!

Now Hiring Full-Time BCBAs!

We are in immediate search ​to add to our team servicing clients near you. Our passion is delivering progress towards the hopes and dreams of our clients.  Our mission is to provide quality, evidence-based therapy and counseling to children with ASD and their families in the home.  Our comparative advantage is our customized, fully integrated solution, which combines the highest quality care with technology support and comprehensive end-to-end insurance, billing and process infrastructure to make caregiving and insurance reimbursement seamless. 

AHSS provides center based and in home services as well as educational consulting.  We believe in collaborating with the ABA and autism community to achieve better outcomes for people with autism.  Our organization is led by experienced professionals, backed by savvy investors and is fully committed to the best experience for our clients and our team.

What we offer you as a BCBAt:

  • Ethical service delivery
  • Flexibility to work virtually and independently
  • Professional development environment
  • Outstanding peers to collaborate with and support
  • A strong in-home clinical focus for diversity of therapy programming & generalization
  • Commitment to best practices for client
  • Whole child and family approach
  • Industry leading technology support with Line Technicians providing data electronically during session
  • BCBA candidate supervision program 
  • Leverage your knowledge and capabilities by supervising and developing Line Technicians
  • Diversity of organization - clinical and support team experience and culpability: all levels focused on client Insurance and operations support which allow clinical team to focus solely on case and treatment management with less bureaucracy

Full-Time and Part-Time BCBAs:

  • Provide assessment
  • Plan development and monitoring
  • Coordination with families/schools, training/coaching Behavior Technicians/RBTs; and completing progress reviews and plan adjustments. 
  • Work from home! (local field hours also required)

Full-Time BCBAs:

We offer a competitive compensation package, which includes; Major Health and/Dental Insurance, Life, LTD and STD, Paid Time Off, 401K, professional development allowance (CEU's), generous mileage policy, and bonus opportunities! Relocation Allowance available.

Is this location not a match for you? Autism Home Support Services has many openings throughout IL, CO and MI. Please check out all of our openings by clicking here.

Check out this video to learn more about Autism Home Support Services!

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