We're seeking a team of talented, mission-driven BCBAs for our new clinic in Murfreesboro! We're looking for those who are eager to help us bring ABA to communities that need it the most!
At Autism In Motion (AIM) Clinics, our mission is to ensure every child with autism has the opportunity to live their best life. We believe “autism” defines a disorder, not a person.
Since 2017, AIM Clinics has provided children with autism in under resourced areas the powerful, evidence-based treatment they were once unable to access. We’re an ambitious team working tirelessly to change the landscape of autism care and to ensure every family, everywhere, has access to the highest quality ABA therapy.
What makes this a special opportunity:
This is an unmatched opportunity for a passionate BCBA to join our young, rapidly growing team and work with us on the ground floor as we seek to build the best ABA program in the US.
We are a mission-based organization and we live our core values every day. We are:
Child-centered: We believe every child’s future is full of hope. Our sole focus is helping them achieve their greatest potential. This is why our BCBA caseloads are intentionally small, so every child gets the full attention they deserve.
Growth-oriented: Growth is achieved not only by the children we are serving, but also by our own team members. We offer fully sponsored professional development opportunities (up to $1,500 per year), ongoing training and mentorship.
Mindful: Our mission is lofty and our job is challenging. We believe taking care of our therapists is the best way to serve our kids. Our benefits are designed to support our therapists' self-care.
Authentic: We are ethical in everything we do and believe that honesty and transparency are the best ways to achieve our mission. We take the opportunity to celebrate the smallest victories together and support one another as a family.
Compensation and Benefits:
$7,500 signing bonus
Very competitive base salary and quality based bonus
Company sponsored health insurance plan
Retirement plan with company matching
16 weeks of paid family leave
Sponsored professional development opportunities
And much more!
What will make you successful:
Innate passion for changing kids’ lives and focus on quality of care
Curiosity and genuine interest in the field of ABA and willingness to learn new teaching methods and approaches
Desire for continuous self-improvement and the ability to take advantage of AIM Clinics’ unparalleled professional development resources
Ability to be a strong leader of case teams and a patient mentor of RBTs and other colleagues
Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to take initiative and help build clinical processes
What you will do:
Our Behavior Analysts work as valued members of our teams to provide high quality ABA therapy, assessment, consultation and supervision services for our clients, as well as ongoing support and supervision for their team members and the families they serve. As a BCBA at AIM Clinics, you will:
Conduct assessments across multiple learning domains such as language, academics, social skills, and functional life skills
Design, implement, and monitor individualized treatment plans based on assessment results
Conduct functional assessments of problem behavior and develop behavior intervention plans as needed
Design and implement data collection procedures and make data-based decisions to update treatment plans as needed
Supervise and train clinical staff in Verbal Behavior and ABA techniques
Provide training and instruction to parents on behavioral strategies and implementing ABA teaching methods in the home
Perform fidelity checks and provide feedback to Behavior Technicians
What experience you will need:
Credentialed with Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field
Familiarity with a variety of assessment types including the ABLLS-R and VB-MAPP assessments
Experience creating individualized treatment plans with an emphasis on skill acquisition
Experience analyzing problem behavior and creating individualized intervention plans to reduce problem behavior
Ability to work 1:1 with children and young adults by applying and implementing behavior analytical techniques across a variety of settings including home-based, clinical-based, and school-based environments