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Achieve Beyond - Locations in NY, CA, TX, VA

Achieve Beyond: BCBA: Part-time

POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN New York, California, Texas and Virginia
Part-time Supervising BCBA (ABA 1:1 at home and/or the community)

Summary/Job Objective:

Achieve Beyond is leading national Healthcare provider specializing in Pediatric Therapy and Autism services for children from birth through twenty-one years of age. Our family centered approach allows us to work in partnership with families to meet each child’s developmental needs in a nurturing and supportive environment.  We are currently seeking qualified part-time BCBAs to join our team to supervise ABA cases for our private insurance business either in New York, California, Texas or Virginia.  The BCBA would be responsible for providing supervision to trained behavioral therapists providing direct individualized home-based/community Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children on the autism spectrum.   Children receiving services will range in age from two to twenty-one years of age.

At Achieve Beyond we strive to:

  • Acknowledge the family’s own perceptions of the child’s strengths and weaknesses
  • Encourage active participation of family members in assessments and intervention
  • Agree on expectations and goals for the child

Essential duties and Responsibilities:

As the Board Certified Behavior Analyst, you will assist with the following but not limited to:

  • Provide direct/indirect supervision to behavioral therapists assigned to cases 
  • Complete paperwork and performance evaluations during / after observations
  • Design curriculum plans, review, and update on a regular basis
  • Design behavior intervention plans
  • Clinically review reports and session notes on a regular basis  
  • Analyze data and implement data-driven program changes
  • Write reports summarizing data and progress for each client supervised
  • Regular communication with parents, behavioral therapists, and the Achieve Beyond office is required
  • Participate in bi-weekly collaborative team meetings for supervised cases
  • Conduct assessments for children diagnosed on the autism spectrum ages 2-21 years of age using the ABLLS-R
  • Per cases assigned, twice yearly clinical write-ups are required for continued approval of ABA services
  • Coordinate with Program Manager / Director of Clinical Services to maintain quality of cases
  • Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children and families (in accordance with State & Federal regulations).
  • Offer suggestions of incorporating individualized goals into family’s daily routine.
  • Provide parents and teachers with resources.
  • Ensure program quality assurance (services, programs, schedule, staff, etc.)
  • Must be self-motivated, a team player, and exercise patience/professionalism.
  • Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.

Educational Requirements:

  • Master's Degree in (Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Educational/Health/Human Services, Psychology).
  • BCBA REQUIRED

Experience:

Minimum of one year of ABA client/teacher field supervision

Please your resume to lgirden@achievebeyondusa.com

Action Behavior - Austin, TX, Houston, TX

BEHAVIOR THERAPIST FOR CHILDREN ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
Locations: Austin, TX, Houston, TX

Job Summary:  Do you love to work with children?  Would you like to have a full-time, salaried position playing an essential role in the development and success of special needs kids that are on the autism spectrum?  Our company specializes in a highly-effective therapy that helps young children on the autism spectrum to communicate verbally, learn basic life skills, and reduce problematic behaviors.  It’s hard to imagine a job where YOU can make a bigger impact in the life of a child. Our Behavioral Therapists provide therapy based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities in a clinic-based setting in North Austin.  You will implement world-class behavior modification programs through one-on- one therapy, collect data electronically, assist
with parent training, and coordinate with other team members to offer an incredibly valuable service to our clients and families.

About Action Behavior Centers: Action Behavior is a new, dynamic provider of ABA therapy services in Austin, Texas.  Founded by experienced, successful entrepreneurs and clinically-rigorous and friendly Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Action Behavior offers a superior career opportunity to behavioral health practitioners.  Our business culture is work hard, play hard and each of us have a commitment to excellence in ourwork.

Requirements:

  • Given the level of interest in our positions, at this time we are exclusively considering those with 6 months prior experience doing ABA therapy.
  • Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds
  • Must be able to assume and maintain a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crawling, sitting, standing) for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to sit on the floor or stand for extended periods of time.
  • Must be willing and able to hold/transport and utilize quick body movements as indicated in the Behavior Intervention Plan in the course of working with children with challenging behavior.
  • Must have manual dexterity to perform specific computer and electronic device functions for data collection.
  • Must be able to receive detailed information through oral and written communication.
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid Texas Driver’s license, and be able to show up on time and ready to go every work day!  We have great little clients and families that depend on us, and absenteeism isn’t possible!

Education:

  • Our therapists will likely all have a college degree, or be enrolled in a four-year college or university program.  However, to be a great behavior therapist doesn’t require any particular formal education.  We are practical, and invite the best people who care about working with children and helping them reach their full potential.
  • One of our founders attended Harvard for graduate school, but we know that formal education doesn’t always mean a great team member, and many of the smartest folks out there pursued other paths in their life.

Training:

  • We will provide full training to our behavior therapists, even if you are already a behavior therapist.  We have very high standard for our therapists.  If you are looking for an easy job, this isn’t it.  Our training is rigorous and our work is extremely important, so we screen applicants closely for having the “right stuff”.

Compensation:

  • Salaried position for full-time staff
  • Experienced BT/RBT:  $34,000 annually (equivalent of $17/hr.) +
  • SIGNING BONUS
  • New therapist:  $30,000 annually (equivalent of $15/hr.)
  • Training, coaching, and continued education assistance to new and experienced staff
  • Opportunities for professional development
  • Paid time off
  • After-work voluntary team events
  • A work environment that is based on positive reinforcement and culture formation
  • If you are interested in applying for a position at Action Behavior Centers, below is our process.  We move very quickly, but we are committed to finding the top talent through a rigorous screening.
  1. Submit the form below with your name, email, phone, and less than 100 word summary of why you want to work with children on the autism spectrum
  2. If we are interested, we’ll respond to you and ask for a resume and have some additional questions.
  3. If you seem to be a match, one of our team will call you for a phone interview.
  4. After the phone interview, we’ll do a group interview where we see how you work and play with others in a fun, unique structure
  5. Finally, we’ll do one-on- one interviews with each of our management team, do background and credential checks, and reference checks.

To get started, please complete the form on the Action Behavior career page.

To learn more about us, visit www.ActionBehavior.com.

Autism Pediatric Therapy & Learning Center - BCBA - Pearland, TX

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Autism Pediatric Therapy & Learning Center

Join our enthusiastic experienced team for a rewarding career! Our management team has both extensive clinic-based and home-based treatment experience. Our Executive BCBA has 23 years of experience in behavior analysis. We are looking for outgoing and creative BCBAs to work in a therapeutic clinical setting with children ages 18 months to 17 years of age. We provide new and modern working environments that provide a comforting learning experience. Applicants must have solid computer word processing skills and be proficient with Microsoft Excel. Applicants must be great leaders and self- starters. Positions for part-time work are also available.

BCBA Requirements:

Must:

  1. Have a minimum of 2-5 years of experience working with children with autism
  2. Hold a BCBA certification
  3. Have strong communication and leadership skills
  4. Have a willingness to learn and ability to adapt to multiple environments and personnel
  5. Experience training verbal behavior skills
  6. Ability to conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments
  7. Ability to create and design effective behavior programs in a wide range of skill domain
  8. Be experienced with or willing to learn to conduct various skills assessments such as the VB-MAPP

 Our employees have access to Fortune 500-Level benefits.

Choose from a range of benefit packages from a variety of insurance carriers, including United Health Care.

Benefits:

  • major medical insurance
  • flexible work schedules
  • paid time off for certain positions
  • up to 30 days paid vacation yearly for certain positions
  • online training courses
  • employee counseling services
  • paid training
  • full-time and part-time positions available
  • Full-time positions (30+ hours per week) are eligible for health benefits

Clinical Lead BCBA. We currently have 3 positions open and if you would like to find out more information about this position, reply to this email, or call the number below to schedule an interview.

Contact: Kristina @ (832) 967-6236.

Check us out! Our website: autismpediatrictherapy.com

  • Compensation is: 60K-70K/yr. plus possibly bonus
  • Full Fortune 500-level health insurance benefits
  • Trained Team of therapists and organized, experienced scheduling administrators and team managers
  • 30 Paid days off yearly and all major holidays off
Camino Real Community Services - BCBA - San Antonio, TX

Career Opportunity for Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in San Antonio, Texas and surrounding area.

19965 FM 3175, POB 725; LYTLE, TX 78052

PHONE: (210) 357-0300

FAX: (830) 772-4304

www.caminorealcs.org

Camino Real Community Services Center is looking for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to provide supervision and direct client contact; including completion of assessments and treatment plans for children and adults with Autism/IDD.  Our administrative office is located in Lytle Texas, south of San Antonio on IH 35.  We cover a nine county area and some travel would be required.  Agency vehicle or mileage reimbursement is available. 

REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES:

  • Full-time employed position
  • Master’s in Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education, or a related field
  • BCBA certification required
  • Bilingual in Spanish preferred, but not required
  • General computer knowledge required
  • Electronic health record experience preferred
  • Experience working with adults and children with Autism and/or Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

 

BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary and pay based on experience
  • Paid Training Programs and opportunities for professional development
  • Company cell phone and Windows tablet
  • Career Guidance & Mentorship
  • Opportunities for advancement
  • Travel opportunities
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst©,  supervision
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Flexible savings account for health benefits - Cafeteria Plan
  • Employee health insurance –PPO
  • Additional Dental, Vision insurance available, with agency contribution       
  • Agency paid Life and Accidental Death insurance
  • Optional additional Life and Accidental insurance
  • 401(K) defined contribution retirement plan with 6% full match
  • 403(B) optional plan available
  • Major holidays
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Short Term and Long Term disability insurance available
  • Employee assistance program available

Download an application on our website: www.caminorealcs.org

For questions, contact:

Lynnette Aguilar, M.A., BCBA, ABA Program Supervisor

E-MAIL: Lynnettea@caminorealcs.org           

PHONE: 830-266-5450

OR

Holly Barnhill, HR Recruiter

EMAIL: HollyB@caminorealcs.org                

PHONE: 210-357-0359

Camino Real Community Services - BCBA- Lytle, Texas

JOB TITLE: Behavior Analyst I-V (BCBA)

WAGE: $53,110 - $60,160 annually

JOB STATUS: Full Time

SHIFT: 8:00AM - 5:00PM Mon-Fri, variable

POSTING NUMBER: #104230

HIRING PROGRAM: IDD

JOB LOCATION: Lytle, Texas

BENEFITS: Full

A completed application is required for this position. Proof of education required upon request and requires a valid Texas driver’s license and acceptable driving record.

 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will provide highly advanced, evidenced-based, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and Behavioral Health (BH) and/or related disorders. The BCBA will provide clinical supervision and consultation to all ABA Training Specialists, and members of behavior support teams in the area of ABA. The position will require the BCBA to conduct observations and assessments relevant to ABA programming and intervention so as to increase appropriate behaviors, and prevent or decrease targeted challenging behaviors. The work entails systematic evaluation of ABA services which include, but are not limited to: Behavioral consultation in the home, school, and community environments; Conducting Functional Assessment and Analysis; Staff and caregiver interviews; Development, training, and monitoring of ABA program strategies, program outcomes, tracking forms, and Behavior Support Plans. The BCBA will be required to provide staff trainings on ABA related topics, and the use of ABA strategies and procedures. The BCBA will work in collaboration with Camino Real’s ABA Program Supervisor to facilitate effective staff management and program implementation. The BCBA will assist with the professional development of ABA Training Specialists including knowledge in ABA, positive behavior support, clinical behavior management, and contemporary behavioral issues to positively impact service delivery. It is the responsibility of the BCBA to maintain knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, department and agency policy, and to develop systems and procedures which meet the standards and requirements therein. Attends work on a regular and predictable schedule in accordance with agency leave policy and performs other duties as assigned. Acts as the ABA Program Supervisor in the temporary absence of the ABA Program Supervisor. Informs the ABA Program Supervisor in a timely manner and with recommendations for correction regarding any significant issues related to behavioral services. Other duties as assigned include but are not limited to actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency’s obligations for service planning meetings. Such participation may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location.

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  •  Behavior Analyst I – Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university that was conferred in behavior analysis, psychology, social work, education or related field. Must be in good standing and possess current certification with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. Experience and or willingness to work with individuals with IDD and/or ASD and/or BH of all ages.
  • Behavior Analyst II – Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university that was conferred in behavior analysis, psychology, social work, education or related field. Minimum of (1) year work experience utilizing ABA principles with child, adolescent, and adult populations with IDD and/or ASD and/or BH. Must be in good standing and possess current certification with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board.

PREFERRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • At least (2) years of experience working with ASD/IDD individuals utilizing ABA principles.
  • Supervisory experience of direct care staff.
  • Experience in developing and implementing behavioral programs with IDD/ASD/BH individuals.
  • Experience in training and supervising direct care staff.
  • Experience in grants, research proposals, and other relevant documents.
  • Demonstrate ability to read, write and speak English and Spanish.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to program.
  • Submits required documentation and/or reports accurately and timely.
  • Must commit to completing the DADS HCS and TxHmL Behavioral Support Services Provider Policy Training.
  • Ability to evaluate behavioral and program data and make clinical recommendations based on those data.
  • Ability to work under conditions requiring physical stamina and ability to work in a stressful environment.
  • Must possess good computer skills.
  • Highly motivated, excellent work ethic, high degree of quality work.
  • Must be able to lift 30 pounds and have full flexibility of movement.

 19965 FM 3175, POB 725; LYTLE, TX 78052

PHONE: (210) 357-0300 FAX: (830) 772-4304

www.caminorealcs.org

Camino Real Community Services - Crisis Intervention Specialist - Lytle, Texas

JOB TITLE: Crisis Intervention Specialist

WAGE: $60,160.00 annually

JOB STATUS: Full Time

SHIFT: 8:00AM - 5:00PM Mon-Fri, variable

POSTING NUMBER: #104259

HIRING PROGRAM: IDD

JOB LOCATION: Lytle, Texas

BENEFITS: Full

A completed application is required for this position. Proof of education required upon request and requires a valid Texas driver’s license and acceptable driving record.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Crisis Intervention Specialist will work under the supervision of the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program Supervisor to promote awareness of IDD services to persons with IDD, their families, the community, and other IDD providers in the local service area. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: developing IDD awareness events, developing information materials for distribution, delivering presentations and information which promotes IDD and related services, developing and delivering trainings to various entities which promote the needs of those diagnosed with IDD, develop data collection instruments which track and assess program efficiency/effectiveness to a standard appropriate for weekly internal monitoring, monthly status reporting to direct supervisor, and quarterly reporting prescribed by DADS or as requested. The Crisis Intervention Specialist will be required to collaborate with appropriate LIDDA staff and Transition Support Team members to identify individuals with IDD in the local service area who are at risk of requiring crisis services, such as individuals who exhibit repeated and severe behavior disturbances that jeopardize the individual’s safety or current living arrangement. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: collaborate with team members on appropriate and evidence based prevention strategies to teach coping skills which will assist in avoiding potential crisis events, develop and provide training and supports as needed that increase the probability of success to those with IDD in crisis of living in the community (e.g., scheduled respite or planned crisis respite) to avoid a potential crisis event, support members of the service planning team by means of on-going follow-up and monitoring activities (e.g., assisting with addressing concerns and monitoring visits, such as involvement with law enforcement or emergency room visits. The Crisis Intervention Specialist must be available after hours and weekends to address crisis calls.

The Crisis Intervention Specialist will provide trainings related to appropriate engagement of individuals with IDD regarding a crisis event to entities (e.g., MCOT, law enforcement, internal collateral, or others as appropriate) to increase professional competency of these members as needed. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assist in developing criteria for referrals of individuals in crisis to receive crisis respite, develop crisis respite service plans describing the therapeutic support needed, collaborate with the individuals service planning team on follow-up and relapse prevention activities (e.g., assisting with transition from crisis respite, addressing concerns/issues identified during monitoring visits, etc.). The Crisis Intervention Specialist will provide supervision and monitoring to all assigned supporting IDD crisis staff in accordance with Camino Real Community Services policies and procedures. The position will require the Crisis Intervention Specialist to conduct observations and assessments relevant to the program on therapeutic recommendations and intervention so as to increase the probability of positive outcomes for the individual in crisis and their families (e.g., systematic evaluation of assigned team members, varying site consultations, Functional Assessment and Analysis, internal/external interviews, provide training, and monitoring of crisis respite plan strategies, monitoring program outcomes, developing and training on tracking forms, etc.). It is the responsibility of the Crisis Intervention Specialist to maintain knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, department and agency policy, and to develop systems and procedures which meet the standards and requirement therein. Attends work on a regular and predictable schedule in accordance with agency leave policy and performs other duties as assigned. Inform their direct supervisor in a timely manner and with recommendations for correction regarding any significant issues related to IDD crisis services. Such participation may require an alternate shift patterns assignment and/or location.

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications to be eligible for the position:

  • Must be licensed or certified in the State of Texas as: BCBA, LPC, LCSW, LPA, or Psychologist, or a Certified Authorized Provider through DADS.
  •  Is certified or certifiable by DADS as a Behavior Supports Service Provider as described in 5.161 of Title 40 of the Texas Administrative Code (TAC).
  • Must have at least one (1) year of experience working with individuals with IDD in crisis with a Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university that was conferred in behavior analysis, psychology, social work, education or related field.

PREFERRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Demonstrated ability to read, write and speak English and Spanish.
  • At least two (2+) years of experience working with IDD individuals and crisis intervention.
  • Supervisory and training experience.
  • Experience in developing and implementing behavioral programs with IDD/BH individuals.
  • Experience in data collection, data analysis, and other relevant documents.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  •  Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to program.
  • Submits required documentation and/or reports accurately and timely.
  • Must commit to completing all required DADS training modules within 30 days after hire date and any additional training modules assigned by DADS or CRCS as needed.
  • Ability to evaluate data collected on program efficiency and effectiveness and make adjustments based on those data.
  • Ability to professionally supervise assigned staff.
  • Highly motivated, excellent work ethic, high degree of quality work.
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds and have full flexibility of movement.
  • Advanced writing skills and in developing technical reports.
  • Works efficiently with ability to multi-task.
  • Well organized and detail oriented.
  • Self-starter who works independently with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to work calmly in a fast-paced and therefore sometimes stressful environment and still maintain personal health and emotional stability.

19965 FM 3175, POB 725; LYTLE, TX 78052

PHONE: (210) 357-0300 FAX: (830) 772-4304

www.caminorealcs.org

Camino Real Community Services - BCBA - San Antonio, Texas

Career opening for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

San Antonio, Texas and surrounding area

Camino Real Community Services Center is looking for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to provide staff supervision and client contact including completion of assessments and treatment plans for individuals with Autism/IDD. Our administrative office is located in Lytle Texas, south of San Antonio on IH 35.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree from a four-year college/university in Behavioral Science, Psychology, Education, or related field
  • Current BCBA certification and in good standing with the BACB.
  • 1-5 years’ experience working with persons with Autism/IDD with challenging behaviors required.

BENEFITS:

  • Full-time position preferred, but part-time positions are available
  • Competitive salary and pay
  • Paid Training Programs and opportunities for professional development
  • Company cell phone provided
  • Technology to access our state-of- the art electronic health recording system
  • Career guidance and mentorship
  • Participation in Regional and State ABA summits
  • Opportunities to work on research and development projects
  • Statewide travel opportunities
  • Use of agency vehicles
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Flexible savings account for health benefits - Cafeteria Plan
  • Employee health, dental, and vision insurance are available with agency contribution       
  • Agency paid Life and Accidental Death insurance
  • Optional additional Life and Accidental insurance is also available
  • Short Term and Long Term disability insurance available
  • 401(K) defined contribution retirement plan with 6% full match
  • 403(B) optional plan available
  • Major holidays
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Employee assistance program available

For questions contact Lynnette Aguilar, Director of IDD Behavioral Services

E-MAIL: Lynnettea@caminorealcs.org

PHONE: 830-266- 5450

Download an application on our website at

http://www.caminorealcs.org/

Guardian Healthcare Providers - Texas, Florida

 Guardian Healthcare Providers, Inc. - Seeking BCBAs

Guardian Healthcare Providers, Inc. is a trusted behavioral staffing company, providing Behavioral Analysis Services to facilities and organizations which are unique!

We seek BCBAs to engage in Full-time Positions in Texas and Florida, to provide services to adolescent and/or adult residents with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Autism, and Dual Diagnosis.

You will be able to assess and develop person-centered behavior plans, in coordination with multi-disciplinary teams, to ensure the best care is provided in the least restrictive care settings. 

Guardian understands the competitive career market for BCBAs in Texas and Florida, and is prepared to offer qualified and motivated candidates which are selected for these opportunities, the most competitive compensation and benefits available; including life, health, dental, vision, 401K, generous Paid Time Off, relocation assistance, and bonuses highly negotiable. 

  • We may consider newly licensed BCBAs overall as well.  If you just completed your academic Applied Behavior Analysis program, and are due to complete the exam soon, we want to speak with you. 

To confidentially discover more about these opportunities, please contact:

Deb Jones, Director

502-429-8003, ext. 102

502-472-4023, Mobile

 

Therapy and Beyond - Positions Available in CO, OK, and TX

Our organization is led by dedicated professionals with PhD, BCBA-D, and BCBA credentials. Our practice is founded on the core values of excellence, integrity, and responsibility, which guide our commitment to providing quality one-on-one ABA therapy and Speech Therapy. We are a treatment and family focused organization looking to expand our team of talented professionals passionate about working with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities. 

 We are hiring for the following positions:

  • Program Supervisor (BCBA) South Denver & possible contact position in North Denver
  • Training Coordinator (BCaBA) Southwest Houston and/or The Woodlands
  • Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) – Tulsa & Dallas
  • Clinic Director (BCBA or BCBA-D) – Dallas/Fort Worth

 A few benefits of working with us are:

  • Full Time Salaried Position
  • High Energy Environment
  • On-Site Administrative Assistant for Directors
  • Manageable Caseloads for Supervisors
  • Competitive Salary
  • Center-Based & In-home Services
  • Paid Holidays & Generous Amount of PTO
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
  • 401(k) Options
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flex Spending Account (FSA)
  • Life Insurance
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Onsite childcare options for employees (In Dallas Center)
  • Supervision, training, and instruction closely provided by BCBA or BCBA-D
  • Weekly ABA skills training provided for all therapists

 At this time we are hiring in the following regions: 

  • Dallas/Fort Worth (Program Supervisor, Clinical Director, and SLP)
  • Denver (Program Supervisor)
  • Houston (Program Supervisor & Training Coordinator)
  • Tulsa (SLP)

 ***** Possible relocation package available or sign on bonus!  *****

 If you are interested in interviewing, please visit the site below to apply.

http://www.therapyandbeyond.com/careers/

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