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Registered Behavior Technician

Across the Board Therapy Group in Navarre, Florida is seeking Registered Behavior Technicians to join our multidisciplinary team of professionals. ATB is the only provider in the area to provide speech, occupational, physical, and behavior services in one dynamic facility. We are looking for enthusiastic RBTs to join our growing vision.

Qualifications:* Hold a current certification with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as an RBT* Effective written and verbal communication skills* All applicants will be required to pass a criminal background check

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Across the Board Therapy Group in Navarre, Florida is seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts to join our multidisciplinary team of professionals. ATB is the only provider in the area to provide speech, occupational, physical, and behavior services in one dynamic facility. We are looking for enthusiastic BCBAs to join our growing vision.

Qualifications:* Hold a current certification with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a BCBA* Effective written and verbal communication skills* Experience with writing, developing and maintaining behavior treatment plans* All applicants will be required to pass a criminal background check

Benefits:* Competitive salary* Heath Insurance* Holiday and vacation paid time off* Paid CEUs* All required licensure and liability paid

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ALBA ABA is currently seeking BCBA’s, BCaBA’s and RBT’s to join our team in Crestview FL. We are Clinic based but we also provide services in the community, in-home and educational settings.

Are you looking to grow with a supportive dedicated team? That believes in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis to create meaningful change in our learner’s lives. Then ALBA ABA could be the perfect place for you.

ALBA ABA Therapy Clinic
100 Premier Drive, Unit A,
Crestview, FL 32539

Employees of the Agency for Persons with Disabilities are required to demonstrate total commitment to outstanding customer service. This includes, but is not limited to, always acting in a responsive, professional, courteous manner with the employees, customers and public we serve at all times.

This position is a professional position responsible for working collaboratively with behavior analyst providers as well as with other APD staff and providers. Responsible for working in an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary fashion within the construct of the regional structure. This includes, but is not limited to, state office senior behavior analyst/designee, regional contracted behavior analyst, contracted providers, and other community providers/stakeholders.

Completes Behavior Analysis Service Eligibility report annually for consumers requesting or receiving 1:1 ADT service ratio by conducting a documentation review to include reviewing the Functional Assessment, Behavior Analysis Service Plan (BASP), and other required documents.

Sharon Stephens
Regional Program Supervisor
Clinical Supports
Agency for Persons with Disabilities

4030 Esplanade Way, Suite 280
Tallahassee, FL 32399
850.922.5356 (office)
904.478.8160 (home office)
Fax: 850.488.3763

Behavior Technician - Pensacola, FL

Aptitude Habilitation Services provides intensive ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We are hiring Behavioral Technicians (BTs) to provide therapy in-home and in settings within the community. BTs are responsible for their client for the entire session (1-4 hours) including keeping the child engaged, setting up incidental learning opportunities, teaching appropriate play and social skills, and providing reinforcement. Flexible schedules are available making this an ideal supplementary position for people currently employed as Instructional Assistants, Teachers, Students, and/or Parents.

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Registered Behavior Technician


A Registered Behavioral Health TM (RBT®) is a paraprofessional who practices under the close, ongoing supervision of a BCBA (BACB). The RBT is primarily responsible for the direct implementation of ABA services in the Autism Spectrum Disorder Outpatient Program. Direct and consistent supervision will be provided by the BCBA for the Registered Behavior Technician.

The Behavioral Health Technician is responsible for, but is not limited to:

  • Establishing a positive helping relationship with persons receiving services.
  • Assisting persons receiving services to complete activities of daily living, including accessing needed resources and building functional relationships with others.
  • Ensuring the safety of the person receiving services.
  • Implementing specific interventions according to the person’s treatment or service plan.
  • Monitoring and documenting the person’s progress.


  • A High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Behavior Tech III Requirements: At least two (2) years of experience working directly with seriously emotionally disturbed children or seriously mentally ill adults or completed two years (48 hours) of college classes or certified as a behavioral health technician or mental health professional.
  • Certified as a registered behavioral health technician (RBT) or be eligible for certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board within 90 days of hire.
  • Must be able to provide individualized, integrated mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring services to meet the needs of individuals served and their families, as required.
  • Must be able to use a computer.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work within the guidelines established in the policies and procedures of the agency and program.
  • Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with multidisciplinary staff.
  • Ability to recognize signs and symptoms of abuse.
  • Ability to effectively relate to a variety of individuals, including persons living with a mental illness and/or substance use disorder, persons with developmental disabilities, professional and support staff, and family members of persons served.
  • Ability to problem solve and advocate for persons served.
  • Ability to assist in maintaining a therapeutic milieu.
  • Must be able to pass organization screening requirements, including state or federal background screenings as appropriate.

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Behavior Analysis Support Services (BASS) has been a leading provider in ABA therapy since 2003. BASS is deeply rooted in the communities we serve and we strive to make our clients, their families, and our team members our priorities. It is because of our unwavering commitment to those we work for and with that we continue to be the go-to provider in the distinct areas of the state we are currently serving.

Are you looking to work with a company whose commitment to collaboration is paramount? Do you want to feel like you have an integral role in the development of not only services for your client, but the organization as a whole? If so, then we want you to consider becoming a team member at BASS!

Brittany Schmidt, CCC-SLP, BCBA
877.823.4283 ext. #38

Northwest Florida Behavioral Consultants is searching for a BCBA to join a small, intimate team of behavior analysts who are compelled to not only serve and promote achievement in the lives of children with developmental disabilities, but who are also dedicated to realizing the potential that the science of behavior analysis holds for all individuals and society at large. Our team provides direct services to a small number of clients so that each family is afforded the ultimate care and precision in achieving their desired goals. Our company is designed to maximize the benefit to all involved, both employees and clients. We deliver this through nurturance, compassion, education, education, non-coercion, and a commitment to focusing on quality of life outcomes.

Applicants may send resume/CV to Susan Sellers at or call 850.420.2498 for more information

BCOTB is known for its outstanding reputation in the Autism community and even more for its caring employee atmosphere. We are seeking full-time and part-time RBT’s/BCaBA/BCBAs for our three clinic locations in the Tampa Bay area.

RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) duties include:

Providing direct therapy and implement 1:1 skill acquisition programs and behavior reduction programs, collect data on clients in the form of graphs and reports, communicate with parents and other caregivers regarding client progress, create and organize program materials for current therapy clients, implement toilet training programs, collaborate with treatment teams by communicating with the case manager and other therapists, attend company coaching and training meetings, may provide parent training and coaching to parents in the moment if problem behavior occurs in the lobby, following relevant cleaning protocols, actively participate in case meetings, and complete tasks assigned to them from the case manager, DCO, Administrator of Clinical Programs

BCaBA (Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst)/BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) duties may include the above listed duties, as well as:

providing direct skill acquisition therapy, conducting FBAs and Verbal Behavior assessments, providing parent/teacher training, supervising behavior therapists, writing insurance authorizations and reports, conducting feeding and toilet training programs, community outreach and networking, managing client cases, attending IEP meetings and home/community/school consultations.

If you are working towards your BCaBA or BCBA certification and are interested in learning more about our company, please e-mail Nikki Bennett at or visit the BCOTB website.

Behavior Management Consultants - RBT - Navarre, FL

What you will be doing: BMC provides Behavior Analytic services in a wide array of settings that require the skills of a well-trained and knowledgeable candidate. Our contracts include public and private schools, residential facilities, clinic based, and private family homes. Consultants may work with all of these settings or just a single type depending on their interests and experience.

Required Credentials: RBT

Apply Online: or contact Christy Gray at

Consulting Behavior Analyst and Senior Behavior Analyst

What you will be doing: BMC provides Behavior Analytic services in a wide array of settings that require the skills of a well trained Behavior Analyst and Senior Behavior Analyst. Our contracts include public and private schools, residential facilities and private families. Consultants may work with all of these settings or just a single type depending on their interests and experience.

Apply Online: or contact Dr. Baker Wright at

Beacon Pediatric Behavioral Health, Jacksonville, Florida

Job Title: Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

About Us:

If you have the passion to make a difference in others’ lives and the desire to learn and grow in a team environment, then this is the job for you! Beacon Pediatric Behavioral Health is a rapidly growing multidisciplinary clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. We provide mental health therapy, diagnostic psychological evaluations, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment to children, adolescents, and their families. We are a team of psychologists, behavior analysts, and behavior technicians, and we work in conjunction with speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists to provide comprehensive care to our clients. We are the only facility in Northeast Florida with staff that carry multiple concurrent licensures and certifications in the areas of clinical psychology, school psychology, and behavior analysis, and several of our staff members are at the forefront in the field of ABA and Psychology, serving as faculty at the local university! We constantly learn from one another and have a professional, yet relaxed atmosphere of mutual respect and collaboration. Our mission at Beacon Pediatric Behavioral Health is to be the guiding light for children and families in need—to provide direction, support, and solutions. We believe that every individual brings a special spark to this world and our goal is to make that light shine…

Job Description:

We have immediate openings for talented Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) to join our team! As part of the position, the BCBA will:

  • Provide direct ABA therapy to children with Autism and other developmental disorders in the clinic, home, school, and community settings
  • Provide parent, teacher, and staff training on the principles of ABA and behavior modification
  • Provide training and supervision to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs)
  • Conduct functional behavioral assessments/analyses
  • Conduct verbal behavior/language assessments (VB-MAPP/ABLLS-R)
  • Develop individualized treatment plans (e.g., goals, objectives, and interventions) and monitor progress towards goals
  • Consult and collaborate with schools, daycares, medical professionals, and other pediatric disciplines
  • Assist with administrative tasks and oversight of the ABA department (including ensuring compliance with insurance requirements for session notes, treatment plans, supervision, treatment authorizations, RBT requirements, etc.)
  • Opportunities are available for advancement and promotion into director positions for individuals that display great leadership ability, initiative, skill, and dedication to their position and the field of ABA!


  • Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Must have at least 1 year of experience providing ABA services to children
  • Must be able to pass a Criminal History Background Check (CHBC)
  • Preference may be given to individuals already credentialed as ‘in network’ providers for insurance


Because we understand that everyone has different needs, we offer flexibility in employment options! The BCBA position may be offered as either a salaried employee position or an independent contractor position. You choose which is best for you!

Salaried employment positions offer:

  • Competitive consistent salary with performance based bonuses
  • Paid holidays and PTO
  • Continuing education reimbursement
  • Professional liability coverage
  • Company contributions toward health insurance

Independent contractor positions offer:

  • Percentage-based compensation – we provide you with a percentage of the revenue your services generate and you determine your income based on the amount you choose to work!
  • Flexibility in schedule and autonomy – you determine when and how much you wish to work!

Application process:

For immediate consideration please submit your resume and cover letter to Dr. Adrienne DeSantis at or via fax at 904.900.7732.

Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay (BCOTB) has been serving Tampa as the leading provider in pediatric ABA therapy since 2003. Founded, owned, and operated by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, BCOTB operates four clinic locations across the Tampa area to best cater to Tampa's early intervention ABA therapy needs.

Known for the training and support we provide our staff, BCOTB is a great space to land if you are just starting out in the field or have been working in the ABA arena and want to work in an inclusive, diverse, and collaborative environment!

Our team is constantly analyzing and improving the employee experience and has created a system that allows our RBT staff to continue to enhance their skillsets and knowledge while growing with the organization!

A day-in-the-life-of a BCBA:

  • Conduct behavior therapy sessions, as needed
  • Review and respond to all emails/phone calls directed to BCBA
  • Review calendar daily to ensure preparedness for all appointments
  • Respond to therapists’ questions and provides assistance, when needed
  • Submit timesheets daily
  • Follow up on all tasks given by Clinical Coordinator
  • Prioritize all tasks based on deadlines
  • Seek assistance from Clinical Coordinator if information is needed regarding tasks to complete
  • Assist with organization of materials/toys if all other responsibilities completed
  • Review/score client program books
  • Conduct therapist reviews on DTT, Manding, Problem Behavior, and NET skills and provide follow-up coaching, as needed
  • Conduct and complete monthly client program updates, when scheduled
  • Meet with Clinical Coordinator to discuss/review tasks and weekly schedule
  • Assist with development of behavior recommendations
  • Present information at bi-weekly team meeting, if needed
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments, observations, and recommendation review, when scheduled
  • Provide training to parents or teachers based on the Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Provide training to new staff
  • Conduct Skills Assessments (VB-MAPP) and develop program goals for clients
  • Implement Intensive Feeding Programs
  • Implement Intensive Toilet Training Programs
  • Assist Clinical Coordinator with IEPs and draft feedback and goal development, as needed
  • Run or co-facilitate social skills group sessions, as needed
  • Conduct trainings/workshops, when scheduled
  • Assist with marketing and attend networking groups, if requested
  • Complete insurance reports and reauthorizations
  • Prepare and conduct community presentations, as assigned
  • Participate in community outreach events, as scheduled

Job Type: Full-time, One Location- On-Site (Not a remote position)
Pay: Competitive Pay Range for In-Clinic BCBA
To apply, visit:

Behavior Quest LLC is seeking energetic individuals with a passion for ABA to join our team. We currently provide center-based services in Pace and Milton Florida. We have positions available for Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) at both locations.

Location: Milton, FL

Openings: Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) – Full-time or part-time

What we offer:

  • $500 sign-on bonus
  • Free supervised fieldwork for those continuing their ABA education
  • Competitive pay rates up to $21/ hour
  • Clinic-based (no travel)
  • Work hours regardless of patient cancellations
  • No evenings or weekends
  • Small caseloads
  • 401K with matching available
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance available
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off
RBT Requirements:
  • Active RBT Certification with the BACB (required)
  • Active CPR/BLS Certification (preferred)
  • HIPAA Training (preferred)
  • Ability to pass level II background screening
  • Ability to pass drug screening
  • Minimum 2 years experience working with children with developmental and behavioral disorders (preferred)
  • Knowledge of Autism and other developmental disorders
  • Knowledge of Verbal Behavior and Skill Acquisition
  • Passion for helping children reach their potential
  • Willingness to learn and work as a team
Job Responsibilities:
  • Conduct quality 1:1 ABA therapy to clients in a clinic-based setting
  • Implement ABA treatment programs as written by supervising BCBA
  • Write clear and complete session notes
  • Collect and record data thoroughly
  • Provide hands-on, direct services while following the principles of ABA
  • Communicate clearly and effectively – both orally and written – with clients, families, and
  • Maintain the professional and ethical standards of Behavior Quest and the BACB both on and off
    the job

Application process: For immediate consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter to Ashley Helm at

Position/Title: Behavioral Internship

Job Description: Better Life Behavioral Services of Central Florida is looking for behavior technicians to join our team of successful clinicians providing behavior analysis services in the Central Florida area. Located in Leesburg, we currently provide in-home and clinic-based behavior analysis services in Lake and Orange counties, but are looking forward to our expansion of these services in Marion, Hernando, Citrus and Sumter counties in the near future.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Conduct one-on-one therapy and small group therapy with clients under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
  • Implement treatment plans created by a BCBA
  • Help develop functional treatment techniques based on the outlined goals in the treatment plan
  • Collect data according to the treatment plan and continuously report data findings to his/her supervisor
  • Prepare and gather stimuli used during treatment sessions
  • Assist with parent training; collaborate with clients, parents, teachers, and all involved with treatment to expand upon the client’s needs and progress
  • Participate in discussions with other team members to review current progress of clients
  • Keep continual and accurate progress notes and logs of service.

A positive attitude, high standard of ethics and a reliable vehicle are required. A supportive work environment is guaranteed.

Please send all inquiries, resume/vitae to: Stacey Bass, M.A., BCBA -

Beyond Expectations is currently looking to hire several Registered Behavior Technicians!
Please send all resumes to

Job Description

Beyond Expectations is currently seeking Registered Behavior Technicians in the Fort Walton Beach, Crestview, or Pensacola areas to work under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and provide in-home, clinic, and community 1:1 ABA services to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Pay is based on level of education and experience, with yearly raises based on work performance.

This position requires a level 2 background check and a certification as a Registered Behavior Technician.

Job Summary: Registered Behavior Technicians provide 1:1 behavioral intervention programs to persons of all ages with autism and related disorders, in the home, clinic, and school setting. Treatment programs are designed and supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at all times. You will be provided with extensive training on how to implement 1:1 ABA services to your clients.

Why Work for Beyond Expectations?

  • We offer competitive pay ($12.00 - $19.00/hr). (Based on experience and educational level)
  • Dental, Vision, and Life insurance policies offered
  • Ongoing training and development opportunities
  • Work with other individuals passionate about their jobs
  • Open communication strategies implemented
  • Positive, supportive work environment

We are looking for:

  • Registered Behavior Technician Certification Required (RBT)
  • Associates or Bachelor's Degree Graduates (Preferred)
  • Highschool Diploma Required
  • Full or part-time hours
  • Motivated and enthusiastic personalities

High school or equivalent required education Required license or certification Driver's License Job Type: Full-time Salary: $12.00 - $19.00/hour

Bluewater Behavioral Services- BCBA/BCaBA  Destin/Niceville FL

Would you like to be a part of a small group of skilled, caring individuals providing top-notch behavior analysis services to children in need?

Do you want flexibility in your work hours?

Do you enjoy living on the beach and seeing the ocean on your way to work?

If so, you may be a great fit for Bluewater Behavioral Services!

We at BBS are seeking a dynamic Behavior Analyst to join our family. Applicants should be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA or BCaBA) in good standing or soon to test/ get certification.

BBS is unique in that we can allow any level of support you may desire as a new Behavior Analyst. If you prefer more independence, we can do that! If you desire help with interventions, write-ups, or behaviors, we would love to assist you! BBS is a cohesive, fun team with regular meetings and openness to your new ideas.

Job responsibilities will include:

  • Conducting behavioral assessments
  • Providing direct ABA services
  • Supervising RBTs
  • Supporting students in families preparing for IEPs and transitions
  • Parent training
  • Service locations may be in home and school.

Contractor and employee positions available. Experience-dependent, competitive pay with paid time off

We would love to meet you!

About Us

Bluewater Behavioral Services is a family and veteran-owned organization located in Niceville, FL. We provide in home, school, and community ABA services to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities throughout Okaloosa County.

Please email our Program Director, Eve Eder, at with your resume and any questions you may have.

BTEC Behavioral Therapy of Pensacola, FL, is actively seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts to join our innovative company dedicated to working with children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. BTEC is a clinic-based program that employs only Master’s level professionals credentialed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Our extraordinary model allows our practitioners to be active participants in every step of the behavior intervention process - from initial assessment and evaluation of clients, to the development and direct implementation of each individual’s behavior plan. At BTEC, behavior analysts have the rare opportunity to consistently conduct intensive 1:1 therapy exclusively with the small client base they serve, rather than supervising a large case load that receives direct service from paraprofessionals or non-credentialed staff. The occasion to collaborate daily with other experienced professionals in the field of ABA offers a unique opportunity for our practitioners to expand their knowledge base, and ultimately provide the highest quality of care to the children and families we serve. We are committed to building a company made up of well-rounded practitioners who thrive in a working environment that encourages professional growth and contribution to the field of ABA.

Qualifications: Applicants should be enthusiastic, self-motivated, and have a desire to contribute new ideas. Excellent social and written communication skills are essential. All employees are required to pass a criminal background screening. In order to be considered for a position at BTEC, a candidate must hold at least a Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Education, Psychology or related field, and have current certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a BCBA.

Responsibilities: Caseload responsibilities include functional assessment and evaluation of clients, development of client behavior intervention plans, direct 1:1 implementation of interventions and behavior change protocols with clients, data collection and analysis, and communication and direct training of parents and caregivers. All BTEC practitioners are expected to professionally collaborate with one another in order to ensure the integration of the most advanced research based methods of treatment into each child’s program.

Salary: Outstanding salary, commensurate with each candidate’s credentials, experience, and ability to enrich and positively contribute to the company.

Benefits: Medical benefits available, professional liability insurance, continuing education budget, paid vacation time and holidays.

Interested candidates should send a letter of introduction and current CV or resume to

The CORE Project, Inc. is currently hiring a Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT),
QASP-S in the Jacksonville, FL (Naval Air Station) area to operate in a home setting.
Please send resume to

About The CORE Project:
The CORE Project is a non-profit organization providing lifelong care, support, and educational opportunities for individuals with special needs on the Gulf Coast. Among the organization’s programs are Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and life/work skills training, elementary and secondary education, and parent training.

Responsibilities (BCBA) Include:

• Develop behavior intervention and treatment plans
• Provide training and consultation to caregivers
• Oversee and supervise Registered Behavior Technicians
• Provide direct therapy services as needed
• Other duties as assigned

Responsibilities (RBT) include:

  • Provide family centered ABA therapy under direction of BCBA
  • Assist with assessment procedures
  • Work across multiple settings
  • Other duties as assigned

Physical Requirement: The job responsibilities may require kneeling, crouching, carrying, pushing, bending, and lifting up to 50 lb.

The CORE Project, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Direct Behavioral Strategies - Winter Park, FL

Direct Behavioral Strategies is looking for two BCBA's to work in homes, in schools or in our new center in Winter Park. We provide an easy work environment that is hard to find in this ABA world.

If you are looking to arrange your own schedule, decide how many hours you will work per week, and want to work as part of a professional team that allows you to supervise your cases without interference, let's meet. We are a small company that focuses on quality and not quantity. We ensure that you are supported in all areas and you have direct contact with the owner so you are never left to figure things out on your own. We take the time to get to know our families so we can assign the right RBT and BCBA to each case.

We pay our BCBA's for their indirect hours. We give you the time you need to update your programs/graphs weekly and we don't expect you to do it for free. We know what it's like out there. We know what you are looking for. Here are just some of things we provide for our BCBAs:

  • VBMAPP, PEAK, EFL materials and assessments provided
  • Company templates for BIP and reassessments
  • Electronic Data Sheets that provide data and automatic graph updates to BCBA instantaneously
  • Competitive contractor pay based on experience. Range: $50-$60 per hour
  • Weekly pay by Direct Deposit
  • Electronic notes (no paperwork to mail, fax)
  • Paid Conference and Hotel accommodations for full time BCBA's
  • Paid indirect hours per client weekly
  • Monthly BCBA lunch meeting
  • Supervision / Monitoring Curriculum provided
  • Daytime/ Afternoon hours in schools, in home or in center
  • Part Time or Full Time Hours in Orange, Seminole or Osceola counties
  • Enjoyable, drama free workplace where everyone loves coming to work

As a BCBA for the last 15 years, I know what it's like to be a contractor in Orlando. I know what a BCBA needs to be happy in their work and I want my BCBA's to love their job. I am excited to bring on two new BCBA's and to build our team.

Please e-mail resume or questions to

Immediate Hiring of RBTs! Apply today!
Are you passionate about Applied Behavior Analysis and want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs? Engage Behavioral Health is now HIRING highly trained Registered Behavior Technicians in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Virginia!

Locations include:

  • Three clinics in Tampa, FL
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • Pinellas County, FL
  • Hernando County, FL
  • Sarasota and Manatee Counties, FL
  • Muscogee, Hamilton, Talbot, Marion, Stewart & Webster Counties, GA
  • Montgomery, Lee, Macon, Elmore, Bullock, Russell & Barbour Counties, AL
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Alexandria, Fairfax and Woodbridge, VA

Creativity and Leadership
At Engage we encourage our staff to be creative and innovative in their profession. We foster a community in which our supervisors and therapists are welcome to develop ideas and implement programs that will benefit our clients and families, their co-workers, and our company as a whole. Several of our current specialty programs, employee benefits, and community outreach were initiatives from our team members. We value a collaborative work environment in which everyone functions together as one organization. Come join our
team and see your vision come to life!

What Engage Offers You
Engage is equipped with a fully supportive administrative team that works around the clock to ensure you, the RBT, have everything needed to be successful. Our administrative team ensures seamless processes in authorizations, scheduling, credentialing, and billing; affording you the freedom to provide quality clinical services.

Job Responsibilities
The Registered Behavior Technician practices under the consistent and on-going supervision of a BCBA or BCaBA. The RBT provides ABA services to children with special needs and their families. The RBT is primarily responsible for the direct implementation of ABA services with clients across environments.

Job Requirements

  • Must be an RBT
  • Experience working with children, adolescents, and/or adults with special needs.


  • Competitive compensation & opportunities for monetary bonuses
  • Professional growth & promotional opportunities within company
  • Supervisor mentoring program
  • Opportunities to develop and implement research projects and collaborate with other experts in the field of ABA
  • Online access to Relias Learning modules for continuing education credits
  • Philanthropic and community outreach opportunities
  • Ability to choose a compensation package that works for you
  • Strong focus on improving your CV through research, publications, and poster & symposium opportunities
  • Opportunities for monthly case reviews, book reviews, and case presentations with colleagues
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Simple IRA Retirement Savings Plan with company match
  • Employee discounts on entertainment and other purchases
  • Paid time off
  • Paid holidays
  • Job Type: Full-time

Apply today! E-mail us at!

Immediate Hiring of BCBAs! Apply today!
Are you passionate about Applied Behavior Analysis and want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs? Engage Behavioral Health is now HIRING highly trained Board Certified Behavior Analysts in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Virginia!

Locations include:

  • Three clinics in Tampa, FL
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • Pinellas County, FL
  • Hernando County, FL
  • Sarasota and Manatee Counties, FL
  • Muscogee, Hamilton, Talbot, Marion, Stewart & Webster Counties, GA
  • Montgomery, Lee, Macon, Elmore, Bullock, Russell & Barbour Counties, AL
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Alexandria, Fairfax and Woodbridge, VA

Creativity and Leadership
At Engage, we encourage our staff to be creative and innovative in their profession. We foster a community in which our supervisors and therapists are welcome to develop ideas and implement programs that will benefit our clients and families, their co-workers, and our company as a whole. Several of our current specialty programs, employee benefits, and community outreach were initiatives from our team members. We value a collaborative work environment in which everyone functions together as one organization. Join our team
and see your vision come to life making the difference!

What Engage Offers You
Engage is equipped with a fully supportive administrative team that works around the clock to ensure you, the BCBA, has everything needed to be successful. Our administrative team ensures seamless processes in authorizations, scheduling, credentialing, and billing; affording you the freedom to provide quality clinical services.

Flexible Scheduling

  • 100% supervision caseload
  • Remote or Live Supervision/Work from Home
  • State-of- art technology tools
  • Competitive Compensation
  • Effortless Work/Life Balance
  • Benefits
  • Creativity

Job Responsibilities

Clinical and Senior Clinical Supervisors primarily perform the duties and responsibilities of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), demonstrating competency in the assessment and/or treatment of clients through the practice of ABA. They provide direct clinical services to clients and families, supervision of RBTs and the entire therapy team, and trainings to staff, caregivers, and teachers. They ensure the quality culture at Engage, participate in activities for professional growth, and continue to increase their skill sets as BCBAs through trainings and conferences.

Job Requirements

  • Must be a BCBA
  • Experience working with children, adolescents, and/or adults with special needs.
  • Experience administering a variety of assessments including but not limited to the ABLLS-R, VB- MAPP, AFLS and/or Essentials for Living


  • Competitive compensation & opportunities for monetary bonuses
  • Professional growth & promotional opportunities within company
  • Supervisor mentoring program
  • Opportunities to develop and implement research projects and collaborate with other experts in the field of ABA
  • Online access to Relias Learning modules for continuing education credits
  • Philanthropic and community outreach opportunities
  • Ability to choose a compensation package that works for you
  • Strong focus on improving your CV through research, publications, and poster & symposium opportunities
  • Opportunities for monthly case reviews, book reviews, and case presentations with colleagues
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Work within our private school, Learning for Life Academy, where we provide a year-round behavior boot camp and education
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Simple IRA Retirement Savings Plan with company match
  • Employee discounts on entertainment and other purchases
  • Paid time off
  • Paid holidays

Apply today! E-mail us at!

Family Tree Behavioral Care-Locations Throughout Florida

Join our growing team! Family Tree Behavioral Care is a small, but growing team with a home-base in Sarasota, Florida. We are currently hiring for positions based in Palm Beach, FL and in the Tampa Bay Area.

Location: Palm Beach, FL

Position: Registered Behavior Technician (or BCaBA/BCBA)

Position Description:

Seeking an enthusiastic and athletic RBT (or BCaBA/BCBA) for full-time position in Palm Beach, FL

  • Must be able to run several miles at a time, enjoy swimming, and teaching in a fast-paced and supportive environment
  • Experience working with individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities required Responsibilities include 1:1 behavioral support. Behavioral support includes teaching and reinforcing independent living skills, social and vocational skills, play skills, communication and coping skills. Implementation of function-based treatment for problem behaviors
  • Experience with assessment and treatment of problem behavior and skill-based assessments preferred, but not required
  • One-year minimum required with potential for extension if candidate is appropriate fit for client Position involves fun summer travel & accommodations are provided

Additional Information: Great opportunity for a college graduate who would like to set themselves on a stable career path that has many options for advancement in work, certification and education. Applicants seeking BCBA certification are encouraged to apply! FTBC is qualified to provide practicum experience and supervision towards BCBA certification.

This is a unique and exciting learning opportunity with highly competitive pay, supervision, training and support. Position available immediately. 

Those interested may email their resumes and cover letters to

Family Tree Behavioral Care

Family Tree Behavioral Care-Locations Throughout Florida
Join our growing team! Family Tree Behavioral Care is a small, but growing team with a home-base in Sarasota, Florida. We are currently hiring for positions based in Palm Beach, FL and in the Tampa Bay Area.
Location: Tampa Bay Area, FL
Position: BCBA & Registered Behavior Technician
Position Description: 
Seeking an enthusiastic and confident BCBA & Registered Behavior Technician to join our small, but growing team Full-time position in the Tampa Bay Area
Experience working with individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities required Responsibilities include 1:1 behavioral support. Behavioral support includes teaching and reinforcing independent living skills, social skills, vocational skills, play skills, communication skills, and coping skills. RBT's are also responsible for implementing function-based treatment for problem behaviors. Must be capable and comfortable working with potentially aggressive behavior with teenage & young adult clients. RBT certification preferred, but not required
BCBA position to include complete case oversight and supervision
Previous inpatient and residential experience as well as experience with assessment and treatment of problem behavior and skill-based assessments preferred, but not required

Reliable personal transportation to-and-from community settings required

Additional Information: Great opportunity for recent college graduate who would like to set themselves on a stable career path that has many options for advancement in work, certification and education. Great for those seeking BCBA certification as well.

This is a unique and exciting learning opportunity with highly competitive pay, supervision, training, and support. Position available immediately. 

Those interested may email their resumes and cover letters to

Family Tree Behavioral Care

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Responsible for providing intensive behavioral intervention services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental delays in language, cognitive, adaptive behavior, social-emotional, self-care, fine motor, gross motor and communication development. The behavior therapist is ultimately responsible for direct delivery of the behavioral services to the children and families, as well as accurate record keeping of case notes and excellent communication with supervising BCABA or BCBA about the program and the progress of the behavior service plans. The RBT maintains a weekly billable caseload of service hours as directed by the Executive Director.

Essential Functions

· Provide direct therapy in individual sessions.

· Maintain client's program book.

· Work with supervisor and implement individualized goals and checklists.

· Implement individualized treatment plan as written and directed by supervisor.

· Graph data as instructed.

· Maintain respect and confidentiality for all clients.

· Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops.

· Maintain and protect the wellbeing of all clients.

· Avoids legal challenges by keeping client information confidential.

Additional Functions:

· Adheres to the mission, vision and values of Florida ABA Therapy, LLC

Education and Experience:

· An bachelor’s degree in human related field is preferred.

· Experience with working with children (preferably special needs children).

Work Environment & Physical Demands:

· Ability to stand and circulate for extended periods of time.

· Ability to hear and understand speech at normal speech levels, in the English language.

· Ability to communicate so others will be able to clearly understand normal conversation.

· Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds.

· Moderate to high stress levels.

· Work fluctuates between a clinical, office and home environment.

· Regular contact with parents, community members and outside agency personnel.

· Hazards: Incumbent may be exposed to contact with individuals displaying physically aggressive, self-abusive, or socially undesirable behavior.

· Ability and willingness to travel between client locations for appointments as assigned in a punctual manner.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work

This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are typically Monday through Friday, hours will fluctuate based on workload and client schedule. Occasional weekend and evening work will be mandatory based on client needs.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $17.00 - $19.00 per hour


  • Paid time off

Medical Specialty:

  • Pediatrics


  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

COVID-19 considerations:

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely:

  • No

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

The Florida Autism Center (FAC) is a center-based Applied Behavior Analysis setting with four locations in the State of Florida. The organization's primary focus is intensive early intervention, with a particular focus in teaching Verbal Behavior. FAC serves children 18 months old through 13 years old and is an intensive practicum site for several major universities. The Florida Autism Center is a fun, professional, ABA-only setting. We work in-center, so travel is very minimal. If your personality is big, your clinical skills strong, your love of ABA great, and your attitude positive, you'll fit right in with us.

Competitive salary options from $50-80,000 based on experience, 401K with a company match up to 4%, health, dental, paid time off, tuition reimbursement and more means FAC has employees who want to stick around. Upon hire, Board Certified Behavior Analysts will fill important services roles as follows:• Provide direct care to young children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder;

  • Provide training, supervision and oversight to non-certified staff (modeling /demonstrate program implementation, discuss student programming and strategies, observe staff implementation of programming and provide constructive feedback);
  • Create individualized programming for clients;
  • Graph and visually analyze data;
  • Provide Parent Training and other assistance as needed to families;
  • Work in a team to facilitate optimal care and exceptional outcomes for clients;
  • Conduct new client assessments and initial treatment planning;
  • Complete paperwork as necessary

The Florida Autism Center is a growing company that is led by our dynamic team of Behavior Analysts and supported by a friendly team of experts in marketing, insurance, human resources, financial advisors and accountants. FAC is active in insurance reform for autism, university research, technology integration in ABA, and many other interesting facets of the behavior analytic profession. FAC is small enough that you can be really involved and make a difference, but large enough to provide opportunity for career growth and stability with excellent benefits. The Florida Autism Center is happy to provide you with a general listing of our excellent benefits package that also includes the following:

  • Supplemental (AFLAC) Insurance
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Disability, Life Insurance, and AD&D Insurance provided or optioned
  • BACB CEU Provider (teach and earn CEU's) and conference assistance
  • Opportunity to collaborate on research with major universities
  • True team environment with other BCBA's

Qualified candidates can forward their resume to Drew Hoyler at

Florida Autism Center

175 Middle St. Suite 1201

Lake Mary, FL. 32746


Florida Autism Center website

Florida Family Support ABA Therapy Services

Starting Rate: $50/hr
Locations: Coral Springs, FL Boca Raton, FL Weston, FL

-Perform functional behavior assessments
-Develop, implement and monitor behavior support plans and individualized treatment plans
-Perform skill assessments (ABLL's/AFLS's/VB-MAPP)
-Provide direct one on one instruction
-Complete progress reports
-Graph and analyze data
-Conduct support staff, parent and teacher training
-Oversight and direct behavioral support team

-Board Certified Behavior Analyst Certification
-Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities or behavior challenges.
-Experience working with individuals diagnosed with Autism is preferred.
-Reliable transportation and Drivers License
-Must be able to pass Background Check

Starting rate: $15/hr
Locations: Coral Springs, FL Boca Raton, FL Weston, FL

Provides 1:1 and/or group therapy to clients utilizing behavior plans under the supervision of the BCBA or BCaBA.
-Collecting and recording data on client progress through NET/DTT's
-Provides feedback and modeling regarding the behavior plan and approved procedures, policies, and protocols regarding behavioral treatment to the individuals
-Travel within the area is required
-Ability to work independently

-Registered Behavior Technician certification preferred; or willing to go through training to become one
-Experience working with children; experience with children on the Autism Spectrum or developmental disabilities strongly preferred
-Reliable transportation and Drivers License
-Must be able to pass Background Check
-Comfortable working with children who display behavior problems
-Able to ask for help from supervisors/support team when needed

Forbes Behavioral Services is a small, passionate, and ethically sound company in Central Florida providing ABA services in Lake and Orange County. We are growing and actively recruiting BCBAs to join our team. 

We are committed to providing evidenced-based ABA therapy to children and their families. Through individualized, consistent high quality services, we strive to increase communication, social skills, functional living skills, and overall quality of life for each child within our agency. Through compassion, understanding, and diligence we provide families with constant support and valid training, in order for them to provide exceptional care to their children.

Our company is led by Nicole Forbes, M.S., BCBA who is committed to providing high quality ABA services throughout Central Florida and is passionate about ensuring valid ongoing trainings for all team members. 

Benefits of Joining Our Team:​ 

  • Small and rapidly growing company with significant opportunities for upward growth
  • Inclusion in a team focused environment
  • Personable leadership, professional guidance, and ongoing training (including paid CEUs)
  • Ethically sound practices in delivery of services and billing, with open communication to all team members
  • Sign on Bonus for full time contractors
  • Insurance options available or full time contractors
  • Competitive hourly rate based on experience

You can find more information about our company and Nicole Forbes on the Forbes Behavioral Services website and/or find us on Facebook! 
If interested, send resume and cover letter to Nicole, at We look forward to hearing from you!

Who We Are
Forbes Behavioral Services is a dynamic and growing organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children and their families. We strive to increase communication, social skills, functional living skills, and overall quality of life for every child that we work with by delivering individualized, consistent, and high-quality services. Each member of our team delivers ABA therapy with compassion, understanding, and diligence. We include family members and caregivers in the therapy process and provide them with continuous support and effective training so that they can provide exceptional care to their children.

We are looking for a strong and passionate BCBA to join our team!

Job Description
As a BCBA at Forbes Behavioral Services, you will work as part of a cohesive team of professionals. The BCBA’s role involves building strong relationships with the parents and caregivers of the children that we serve, working closely with our registered behavior technicians to implement and maintain behavior plans, and applying technical expertise using evidence-based best practices in order to bring about successful skill acquisition and behavior change.

Some of the job requirements for the BCBA role include:
-Work directly with clients, registered behavior technicians, and families to ensure high quality ABA therapy
-Conduct ongoing assessments with each client
-Complete reports from data collection
-Monitor ongoing progress with goals
-Update behavior plans as needed
-Supervise RBTs with clients
-Provide ongoing training on implementation of behavior analytic practices
-Provide parent training for all caregivers to ensure generalization of skills and consistency with behavior plan
-Coordinate care with other disciplines and educational leaders to ensure consistency across settings and therapies
-Provide data collection materials and ensuring adequate training is provided for data collection by technician or family members.
-Provide necessary materials directly related to implementing skill acquisition goals during sessions
-Adhere to a consistent weekly schedule with client and client’s family
-Provide fluent communication with family and supervisor regarding client and schedule of sessions
-Maintain a professional relationship with client and client’s family, as well as all supervisors

-Current and active BCBA certificate
-At least 2+ years’ experience working with children diagnosed with Autism or related disabilities
-Ability to work in a team-oriented environment, including effective collaboration with public schools and other therapy providers
-Valid drivers license and reliable, personal transportation
-Must pass a Level 2 background check

-At least 1-year experience as a BCBA
-At least 2 years’ experience delivering in-home services with families
-Completion of BACB Supervision Requirements as BCBA

Compensation and Benefits
Forbes Behavioral Services offers our BCBAs a comprehensive benefits package as well as a competitive salary. At Forbes Behavioral Services, we invest in and are committed to our BCBAs and offer all of our employees the opportunity to grow with our company.
Compensation Package
- Competitive Salary based on experience, with expectations of working 30-35 hours per week ($60,000 - $70,000 starting)
- In addition to salary, we offer a paid hourly rate of $50-55 per hour for any overtime hours (above 35 hours) worked per week
- You will also receive payment for all indirect and paperwork hours
- We pay for continued education units (CEUs)
- We will also pay for you to attend conferences, including fees and accommodations
- Flexible schedule with morning, afternoon, or evening hours
- Health Insurance Options available
- Paid Time Off and Paid Sick Time
- We are a technology-enhanced organization offering you the ability enjoy entry of electronic client files and progress notes as well as online collaborative schedules and appointments

The culture at Forbes Behavioral Services centers on passion for helping our clients, support of one another and the families that we serve, and a collective desire to make a difference in the lives of our clients, their families, and the world of ABA.

If you would like to be considered for a BCBA position with our organization, please send your resume and a cover letter including your experience and education achievements to Nicole Forbes at:

 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)

Grey Matters ABA - Gulf Breeze, FL

Position Description:

The Registered Behavior Technician is responsible for knowing and following the board’s guidelines for ethical behavior, working to increase their clinical competencies, and ensuring excellence in the delivery of all clinical services provided by strict adherence to the treatment plan and protocols put in place by their supervising analyst. This is a nonexempt position

Reports to: Supervising Analyst/Clinic Director

Supervises: N/A

Position Qualifications:
-   Prior ABA Experience with special needs children highly preferred
-   Effective oral and written communication skills
-   Reliable means of transportation
-   Pass Federal, State, and County background check
-   Successful completion of the Registered Behavior Technician Exam
Job Functions (includes, but not limited to the following):
-   Provide direct services to clients based on current treatment plans
-   Report directly to a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
-   Maintain confidentiality with all client records and information. All client information is located in Central Reach.
-   Arrive on time to all schedule appointments.
-   Maintain electronic session notes in Central Reach

Please e-mail resume or questions to:

Shannon Leveille, MA, BCBA
Founder/Executive Director of Clinic Operations
Grey Matters Behavior Services
Grey Matters Behavior Services website

Hastings Comprehensive Mental Health Treatment Facility - BCBA

The following is a composite representation of the actual positions which make up this classification.  It is not intended to cover all possible job requirements or job factors which, if applicable, are included by reference.  Lines of supervision and reporting are as shown on an organizational chart.

Position Definition & Summary:

Provide individual therapeutic services to youth as assessed by the treatment team. Develops Functional Behavior Assessments. The comprehensive evaluation will drive the Treatment Plan, as a result of a collaborative review by the Director of Clinical Services, Therapist, Certified Behavior Analyst, Transition Services Manager, Psychiatrist, Designated Health Authority, Licensed Nurse and Case Manager. The Director of Clinical Services will monitor completion of evaluations via daily trackers, daily management meetings, coaching sessions, weekly clinical supervision sessions, and weekly verification reports. Assists the multi-disciplinary Treatment Team with prioritized treatment plans to focus on youth mental health and substance abuse issues. Individualized Behavior Modification includes a process of incorporating the positive performance system and behavior analysis or behavioral therapy for specialized cases of self-destructive or violent behavior, as prescribed by the treatment team. Behavior modification services are provided by the Behavior Analyst to assist in the implementation of the therapeutic approach, including the Positive Performance System and behavioral interventions, to teach the youth to self-manage behaviors in age appropriate and pro-social ways. To maintain consistency within the milieu, the behavior analyst will train staff to ensure the Positive Performance System is being followed, feedback is provided on the point sheets, staff understand role expectations, and most importantly, fidelity is maintained. 

Position Expectations and Essential Functions: 

- Under the supervision of the licensed clinical supervisor, creates Functional Behavioral Assessments and Individualized Behavioral Plans (IBP) through data collection and interviews with the resident and their family members one on one and transcribing relevant information
- Participates in the development and implementation of treatment plans as part of the multi-disciplinary treatment team.
- Attends regular treatment team meetings to provide therapists perspective to total case management of the resident by reading and discussing written progress notes from charts and communicating any state or local agency legal requirement for case management with the interdisciplinary team. Monitors overall course of treatment services
- Conducts educational and other didactic groups for resident and family members
- Reports incidents of suspected abuse using prescribed forms and protocols from the relevant community/state agency
- Maintains certification per applicable laws
- Ensures the fidelity of the Positive Performance System through review of point card application and adherence to the PPS.
- Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Position Requirements:


-- Must possess a Bachelors or Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, or related human services field

-- Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCBA/BCaBA).

 Other Requirements:

-- Must be 21 years of age or older.

-- Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in the state where the work site is located only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform the essential duties of the position. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of the theory and practice of psychology and human development, including the practical problems involved in giving varied types of tests and in scoring, analyzing and interpreting tests and test results.

- Ability to read, interpret, and apply rules, regulations, policies, objectives, and standards.
- Ability to carry out assigned work and to develop effective work methods in accordance with established procedures.
- Ability to work effectively with facility staff and other persons interested in or concerned with the treatment programs and services.
- Ability to select and administer psychometric, vocational, aptitude, performance and special tests, score the tests, analyze and interpret the results, and correlate the results of tests with other findings.
- Ability to make special studies of behavior and other problems.
- Ability to do assigned research work.
- Ability to prepare recommendations for carrying out programs of vocational education.
- Ability to keep current with literature, trends of thought, and new developments in the field of psychology, psychometric, and research.
- Ability to collect materials for and prepare clear, accurate, and informative psychological, statistical, and other reports containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations.
- Ability to draft correspondence.
- Ability to maintain established records and files.
- Ability to assist in the establishment and maintenance of the essential psychology records, studies, and files.
- Ability to work with a variety of behaviors.
- Ability to tolerate verbal and mental abuse while maintaining a professional demeanor.
- Ability to perform appropriate crisis intervention involving student behavior, including physically breaking up fights in the classroom.
- Ability to complete pre-service and annual in-service CPR and first aid certification training and self-defense and physical intervention training.
- Ability to pass drug and TB screening and testing.
- Ability to work under pressure; meet inflexible deadlines; set priorities; deal diplomatically with difficult individuals; and supervise others; ability to manage multiple programs; lead small program management teams and work independently. Adherence to the highest ethical standards essential.
- Ability to read, write, speak, understand, or communicate in English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position. American Sign Language or Braille may also be considered as acceptable forms of communication.

Equipment Utilized

- Ability to learn to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the agency, office, or related units.

Physical Requirements & Work Environment

- Talking: Ability to express and exchange ideas via spoken word during activities in which they must convey details or important spoken instructions to others accurately, sometimes quickly and loudly. Hearing and Vision: Ability to perceive the nature of sounds with no less than 40 dB loss at Hz, 1000 Hz and 2000 Hz with or without correction. Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication. Work requires a minimum standard of visual acuity with or without correction that will enable employees to complete clerical tasks, and observe youth. Dexterity: Ability to stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, push, pull, lift, grasp, and be able to perceive the attributes of an object such as size, shape, and temperature. Movements frequently and regularly required using wrists, hands and/or fingers. Physical Strength: Ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally. Position is mainly sedentary work (office work), but may on occasion include physical force execution. Employee may be subject to temperature changes, but the employee is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions as the work is predominantly inside. Language: Ability to write complex sentences, using proper punctuation, and ability to communicate in complex sentences using normal word order with present and past tenses. Processing and Reasoning: Ability to exercise self-control in potentially volatile situations such as in verbal and physical confrontations. Must be able to work and concentrate amidst distractions and noise. Ability to assist youth with problem solving and maintaining self-control in volatile situations

- The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this position the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions as they relate to travel.  The noise level is usually moderate as the primary work environment is a standard office setting. Work environment may involve exposure to noise, dust, fumes, dangerous machinery, chemicals, body fluids, falling objects, and aggressive verbal and physical behavior from students and weather and temperature extremes.

- Persons with mental or physical disabilities are eligible as long as they can perform the essential functions of the job after reasonable accommodation is made to their known limitations. If the accommodation cannot be made because it would cause the company undue hardship, such persons may not be eligible.


Arelis Lizardi
Corporate Recruiter (South Region)

TrueCore Behavioral Solutions

3109 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #650
Tampa, FL 33607
Fax: 813.387.2135

TrueCore Behavioral website

TrueCore Behavioral careers

Are you a BCBA or BCaBA who has experience working with children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Are you looking to join a rapidly growing clinic in the Crestview/Fort Walton area? 

Infinite Grace Autism Academy is seeking out a compassionate and energetic behavior analyst to help us grow!

Currently, the position is offered is independently contracted (taxes, licenses, and certificates are the responsibility of the independent contractor).  Hours range from 5 to 20 hours a week (Crestview and Fort Walton location) with a potential to increase in hours. 

If you are a BCaBA you will work under the supervision of our current BCBA. If you are a BCBA you will work with the current BCBA to begin building up your new client caseload.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Functional behavior assessments
  • Skills assessments (for example, VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R)
  • Treatment plans and programs
  • Communication with and Teaching of all stakeholders
  • Analysis of data and making decisions/modifications about treatment plans based on those data
  • Updates to treatment plans
  • On-going supervision and training for RBTs
  • Entering billable time into ClinicSource computer platform 

If you are interested, send a resume to or give us a call at 850.864.2273.

Infinite Grace Autism Academy

IMMEDIATE OPENING for a BCBA that can supervise RBTs. 

Additional Opening for Program Director:

Responsible for the overall case management of the ABA program, including:

  • oversight of initial assessment
  • functional analyses
  • creation of goals and treatment objectives
  • development of behavior strategies
  • creation of initial data collection system
  • creating training protocols
  • possesses excellent leadership
  • interpersonal and time management skills
  • proficient with writing and communication
  • good problem-solving skills
  • must work well within a collaborative team
  • Conducts, writes and submits initial assessments and progress reports in a timely manner which may also require interacting with funding agencies, managing referrals, and other administrative duties
  • Develops, coordinates, and provides clinical development trainings in coordination with the administrative team. 

Job Requirements:  

  • Holds a masters degree and BCBA, BCBA-D certification;
  • Is able to provide BACB supervision and direct care;
  • 2+ years of applied experience working with special needs children/young adults;
  • Experience with applied settings with individuals on the autism spectrum or other developmental disability;
  • Clear level-two background check;
  • Verifiable work references.
  • Options for part-time available

Contact: Lynn Lambert
Fax: 850.862.6270

If you are seeking opportunities with a reputable ABA company where you can learn and grow professionally, we are the place for you. Recognized as a leading provider of ABA services in Central Florida, Interventions Unlimited has been helping individuals with autism spectrum disorder, behavioral challenges, or other unique learning needs achieve their maximum potential for nearly 15 years.

With a dynamic team of more than 70 behavior analysts and therapists, we offer a fun, positive, supportive, professional and organized work environment that fosters teamwork, inspires professional excellence and encourages contributions by all members of our organization. When considering a career with Interventions Unlimited, know you would be joining a team that is passionate about our field and the lives we touch every day.

We have full-time and part-time positions for:

Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Conduct assessments such as FBA, ABLLS, etc.
  • Develop behavioral intervention plans and treatment plans
  • Develop skill acquisition programs to teach a wide variety of skills
  • Provide direct skill acquisition training with clients
  • Provide training and consultation with parents and caregivers
  • Provide supervision to other ABA therapists
  • Provide consultation to other professionals
  • Analyze and graph data

ABA Therapists

Job Responsibilities:

  • Implement skills acquisition programs
  • Implement behavior intervention plans
  • Collect data
  • Communicate with supervisor regarding client progress

We have openings for behavior analysts and ABA therapists in the following counties: Orange, Seminole, Brevard, Volusia, Osceola, and Lake.

Top 10 reasons for joining Interventions Unlimited:

  • Unmatchable reputation
  • Sustainable growth
  • Positive work environment
  • Employer’s commitment to help you succeed
  • Opportunities for training, growth and advancement
  • High ethical and professional standards
  • High customer and employee satisfaction
  • Competitive pay, Steady referrals, and flexible schedule for behavior analysts and ABA therapists
  • Excellent benefit package for full time employees
  • Beautiful facility

Contact: Jing Zhou
407.678.8889 ext. 123

Interventions Unlimited, Inc. 848 Executive Dr. Oviedo, FL 32765

Interventions Unlimited website

Invo Healthcare is actively seeking Board Certified Behavior Analysts to join our team

The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is a supervisory position that provides weekly motivation, coaching, and support to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). The BCBA will be accountable for metrics, client outcomes, employee retention, and parent training. The BCBA coordinates with all stakeholders to
ensure our clients’ highest quality of care.

The BCBA requires flexibility, time management, and collaboration with judgment. The right candidate will proactively identify potential barriers to client outcomes, deliver transparent expectations to parents, and submit care plans timely.

Quantitative Expectations

• Accountable for client cancelation metrics
• Increasing employee retention under their supervision
• Responsible for a minimum of 120 combined billables (100 supervised/20 BCBA) Essential Functions
• Comply with all company policies and procedures and regulatory requirements of payors and governing entities, including the BACB
• Recommend therapy and parent training hours with integrity
• Accountable for the overall treatment plan and progress of the client
• Communicate and maintain effective working relationships in all levels of the organization
• Write and revise behavior-analytic treatment plans.
• Train stakeholders and staff to ensure fidelity in the implementation of treatment plans
• Implement feedback and continue to seek personal growth and development
• Retain and engage employees by creating a welcoming and fun work atmosphere that fosters camaraderie, dedication to the Invo’s mission, productivity, and expresses a value for the staff’s
• Maintain confidentiality according to HIPAA guidelines
• Identify challenges and present solutions to the Regional Lead Board Certificate Behavior Analyst
• Comply with all company policies and procedures and regulatory requirements of payors and governing entities, including the BACB
• Attend monthly staff meetings


• Credentialed as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst by the BACB
• Minimum of one year of experience providing direct services to individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Experience or willingness to learn a variety of nest practices in assessments across domains such as but not limited to PEAK, VB-MAPP, AFLS, AIM, Carolina Curriculum, Socially Savvy, and Essentials for Living.
• Development of skill acquisition and behavior support plans with proven, measurable improvement across metrics
• Desire to mentor RBTs and Supervision Students
• Knowledgeable or interest in Natural Environment Teaching, Discrete Trial Training, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Verbal Behavior, Pivotal Response Training, Incidental Teaching, Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention, Precision Teaching.
• Values coordination and collaboration with multiple care providers, including Special Education Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Pediatricians, and Neurologists.

INVO is an equal opportunity employer and conducts all business activities (e.g., recruitment, hiring, assignment, conditions of employment, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, discipline and termination) without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity
or expression, genetic information, disability, veteran status, military and veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and local law.

Lucio Rubio
Recruiter II

Registered Behavior Technician
Sign on Bonus opportunities of up to $2,000 for entry level BTs and $4,000 for experienced RBT candidates
Are you looking for a rewarding professional career to help children with autism shine their light? We’re ready to guide your career in Behavior Analysis! Invo Behavior and Therapy Services, part of the Invo Family of Companies is seeking entry level and experienced part time or full time Behavior Technicians (BTs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). Qualified candidates are passionate, fun, energetic, empathetic, and creative!

We take pride in delivering the best possible outcomes for the kids we serve, which is why we emphasize clinical quality and provide our clinicians with unparalleled training, mentoring and support.

What to Expect:
As a BT/RBT, you will provide direct one-on-one Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy to children in their home or at a center location. The technician executes an individualized
program written and designed by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) for their clients and will guide you in facilitating language development, social interactions, independent living skills, and other aptitudes.Technicians typically start with a part-time caseload of about 12-15 hours per week, depending on region, with potential to grow to full-time (30 hours weekly) as opportunities arise. This position calls for a high-level of commitment and dedication to the required training, clients, and our high standards of excellence.

Why Join our Team:

• EARN while you train! This is a unique opportunity to receive paid training as you prepare to launch your career in Behavior Analysis
• 50-60 hours of paid training, including the competency exam with a BCBA
• Reimbursement for your RBT Certification, CPR and CPI Training
• ADVANCE with new and exciting opportunities to grow within our organization
• ACCESS great compensation, PTO for part time and full-time team members, robust benefits including a low-cost medical coverage option and professional development for
your continued growth
• LEARN and build new skills through peer modeling, hands on experience building, electronic documentation training, shadowing, support from experienced BCBA and RBTs and more – all giving you confidence before working with your own clients
• SUPPORT from your Invo team – our trainers, BCBAs, RBTS and People Services team are all here to support your success and connect you in our culture of inclusion, accountability, and integrity

Job Responsibilities:
• Adhere to the ethical guidelines of the company and the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)
• Motivate learners during implementation of programs and strategies in a one-on-one setting
• Electronically collect data accurately to ensure the effectiveness of treatment
• Implement written behavior plans to decrease mild to severe aggression and challenging behaviors
• Communicate proactively and timely with BCBAs and caregivers, and legal guardians
• Calmly respond to unexpected behaviors independently and appropriately
• Maintain confidentiality according to HIPAA guidelines


• Ability to commit to at least six months of employment without significant changes in schedule or location
• Exposure working with children or adults with special needs
• Valid Driver's License
• Must pass a background and motor vehicle background check consistent with our company standards
• CPR certified or willing to attend CPR course (with some in-person component) before starting client sessions
• Must have reliable transportation
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Some college experience preferred, not required, such as background in Special Education, Psychology, Mental Health, Communication Disorders, or Behavioral Health
• Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and be involved in physical floor play including bending
and reaching
• Experienced RBTs MUST possess valid RBT credential number on the BACB website

INVO is an equal opportunity employer and conducts all business activities (e.g., recruitment, hiring, assignment, conditions of employment, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, discipline and termination) without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability, veteran status, military and veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and local law.

Lucio Rubio
Recruiter II

KNR Therapy - Tampa, FL


• Opportunity to join a well-funded ABA therapy start up
• Continue professional training and education under esteemed university professor and published author in the areas of ABA therapy and positive behavior support
• Organization focused on clinical excellence and outcomes
• Flexible, entrepreneurial work environment
• Opportunity to grow with the organization and take on leadership roles, if desired

Job Description

• Ensure the implementation and evaluation of policies that are evidence-based and consistent with professional standards and values
• Provide family-centered ABA services to individuals with behavior challenges and skill deficits
• Conduct assessments, develop treatment plans and monitor skill development by analyzing progress data

Compensation & Benefits

• Salaried position (W-2)
• Competitive base salary of $70,000 with opportunity to earn quarterly bonuses
• Health insurance, travel reimbursement, relocation assistance
• Geography: Flexible across Florida, excluding Miami-Dade and Broward counties

For additional questions or to apply for the position, submit inquiries or resume to or contact Frank Bequer at 813.598.7447.

Lifelong Behavioral Services - Milton|Pace|Pensacola

We are seeking individuals who are highly energetic, dedicated and possess a passion for changing the lives of children, adolescents and young adults with Autism or individuals requiring behavioral support.

We provide in-home, community and soon center-based services in the Milton/Pace and Pensacola area currently. We offer competitive salary, hourly, part time and profit sharing opportunities. We provide training, supervision, CEUs, and other benefits. We are always interested in meeting with qualified candidates who have experience or an interest in this field of Applied Behavioral Analysis and Special Education.

Working with Lifelong Behavioral Services is meaningful, life-changing, challenging and fun!  If you are looking for such an organization to share your special skills and abilities with and grow with, please send us your resume! Lifelong Behavioral Services accepts applications and resumes year-round we are currently looking for Behavior technicians that wish to become Registered Behavior Technicians, or Registered Behavior Technicians or future BCBAs (Supervision hours available) as well as current BCBAs. Joining our team is simple for you! Let’s start with a basic email and attach your resume and any other documents you wish to share or FAX us if you wish! Please ask any questions! We will be in contact to set up an interview. We look forward to hearing from you!

Lifelong Behavioral Services, LLC

Lifelong Behavioral Services website


Fax: 850.626.6132


  • Hold an active BCBA® or LBA license or certification in good standing
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skills
  • Experience conducting functional behavior and educational assessments
  • Expertise in accurately identifying and targeting challenging behaviors
  • Proficiency in developing treatment plans using individualized and evidence-based strategies

Preferred Qualifications

  • Supervisory and behavioral assessment experience
  • Experience providing behavioral services to toddlers, children and adults
  • Experience in quality management

Martin Zomerschoe Jr, MSA. / Recruiter III

Maxim Healthcare Services
Fax: 877.394.2175
85 W Airport Blvd. Suite #5, Pensacola, FL 32503
Maxim Healthcare website

Board Certified Behavioral Analyst
Bradenton/Sarasota, FL or Wauchula, FL 
NeuroRestorative, a member of the Sevita family, provides rehabilitation services for people of all ages with brain, spinal cord and medically complex injuries, illnesses and other challenges. In a variety of locations and community-based settings, we offer a range of programs, including vocational and therapy programs, day treatments, and specialized services.

The Behavioral Analyst, Board Certified develops behavioral plans and provides behavioral therapy, and other therapeutic services to program participants.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential function listed below:  
- Works with supervisors in the development, implementation, maintenance, and generalization of behavioral change
- Works with clients who have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or have other neurological related disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Maintains the use of least restrictive treatment guidelines in the implementation of Behavioral Techniques
- Directs program participant contact in effecting behavioral change, primarily in the area of activities of daily living, behavior management and social skills
- Provides Behavioral Therapy and Active Treatment programming in the residence job site, and within the community on an individual or group basis
- Submits weekly logs indicating objectives, strategies, and results obtained
- Consults with staff, insurance providers, lawyers, service providers post-discharge, and family on treatment recommendations and progress
- Participates in family education and therapy as needed
- Participates in treatment planning with the trans-disciplinary team and attends pre-admission meetings as requested. Serves as a member on the rehabilitation team. 
- Ensures evaluation, progress, and discharge reports on each program participant are provided in a timely manner
- Ensures adherence to accreditation standards and ethics of confidentiality
- Assists in coordination of behavioral programming within all living settings, community settings, and vocational sites as necessary
- Provides support to assigned team
- Trains and consults with staff in behavioral techniques
- Oversees work and trains BIT intern and practicum students
- Participates in Behavioral Research Projects with the facility and Crisis Intervention System (On-call)
- Performs other related duties and activities as required

Minimum Knowledge and Skills required by the Job
- The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilities required to perform the job: Education and Experience:  
- Master's Degree in psychology or related field required
- Experience with behavior analysis within an applied setting preferred Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations:
- Board Certification Behavior Analyst (“BCBA”) preferred (Would also consider BCaBA)

Physical Requirements:
- Light work.  Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.  If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for sedentary work and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for light work.


External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job functions either unaided or with assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined on a case by case basis via the interactive process. Sevita is a leading provider of home and community-based specialized health care. We believe that everyone deserves to live a full, more independent life. We provide people with quality services and individualized supports that lead to growth and independence, regardless of the physical, intellectual, or behavioral challenges they face. We’ve made this our mission for more than 50 years. And today, our 40,000 team members continue to innovate and
enhance care for the 50,000 individuals we serve. Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability/vets

If interested in employment opportunities, please contact

Apply online or visit the NeuroRestorative website.

North Florida Therapy Services is a unique and growing ABA provider in the Tallahassee Region.  Our new, 4,000 sq. foot clinic is in Quincy, a short 20-minute drive from Tallahassee and serves area children in the home, school and clinic environment with close collaboration with our two other entities that provide Speech and Occupational therapy, as well as a PreK program and other education services.  Opportunities are available for in person and remote positions.  Additionally, we are always hiring RBTs!

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Assistant (BCaBA)
We are hiring for (2) different positions:

Full-Time/Part-Time BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst)

Full-Time/Part-Time BCaBA (Assistant Board Certified Behavioral Analyst)

Full Job Description


Must have BCBA certification or BCaBA certification

Florida Medicaid Number is preferred, however, we can assist with this process.

Experience supervising therapists.

About the Position:

North Florida Therapy Services is dedicated to providing a supportive and fun work environment at a company that provides exceptional services to every family in our care.

Please see the North Florida Therapy Service website.


Provide effective and supportive supervision to all Behavior Therapists and Registered Behavior Therapists (RBTs), working on your teams.

Assist in the implementation of ongoing feedback and training for staff members at NFTS

Facilitate and assist in the development and identification of resources and support information for clients and their families.

Provide model teaching and other direct instructional supports including, but not limited to, practicum supervision/teaching, class instruction and in-service instruction to other support professionals.

Complete assessments and functional behavior assessments.

Develop appropriate behavior strategies to reduce maladaptive behaviors and increase functional behaviors.

Develop programming based off of assessments to increase skills and independence.

Take and monitor ongoing data.

Update programs based off of data.

Develop Behavior Intervention Plans when necessary and train everyone involved with the client on that plan.

Conduct supervision and family training on a regular basis.

Meet as needed with supervised staff to discuss ongoing consumer issues and to provide support when necessary.

Provide consultation services and to maintain ongoing communication with all constituents (other supports, parents, community, and community agencies).

Keep current with the literature, new research findings and resources. In addition, continuing education courses to maintain BCBA certification are necessary.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Candidate Requirements:

Maintain reliable transportation and insurance.

Masters degree and certification in ABA (BCBA).

Bachelor's Degree and certification in ABA (BCaBA)

Good written and verbal communication skills.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, PRN

Job Types: Full-time-Contract Employee or 1099 Contractor

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Very competitive pay based on experience!


For more information or to apply, please email or send your resume to:

Amber Davis

North Florida Therapy Services

Director of Operations


Job Description
Panhandle Behavioral Services, LLC is currently hiring for a Behavior Analyst (BCBA/BCaBA) position in Pensacola, FL to provide Applied Behavior Analysis services to children with behavioral health needs and families that are participating in the child welfare system. Due to the agency's partnership with Northwest Florida Health Network (NWFHN) and the Department of Children and Families, the position is a unique blend of ABA, social services, and child welfare. Panhandle Behavioral Services provide high-quality Trauma Informed Care that delivers meaningful outcomes for children and families while placing an emphasis on work/life balance and the well-being of their providers.

• Conduct in-home and community-based sessions with clients and their families (primarily afternoon hours)
• Collect, analyze, and graph data on target behaviors
• Complete Functional Behavior Assessments
• Develop and monitor Behavior Intervention Plans
• Provide training to parents and caregivers on Behavior Intervention Plans
• Supervise RBTs and monitor performance

• Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, or related field, Masters is preferred
• Experience providing client sessions in-home and in community settings (school, day care, etc.) is preferred
• Active status as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA). Bachelor level clinicals in pursuit of their BCaBA certifications will be considered as well
• Strong analytical skills and ability to problem solve in the moment
• Ability to communicate effectively within a variety of situations
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Excellent time management skills
• Reliable transportation for travel to client sessions

See the Panhandle Behavioral Services website for additional information.

PBS Corp. is the premier provider in delivering in-home ABA services in the Puget Sound area of Washington state. You have the opportunity to work in dynamic family environments and develop behavior programs in real world settings with a focus on quality of life. At PBS Corp., you are provided with a great team of leaders, peers and direct support staff. With PBS there are many opportunities for professional growth, as you are encouraged and supported in developing goals and executing them.


Behavior Analyst (BCBA and BCaBA), Panama City, FL & Ft. Walton Beach, FL – Full time or Part time

As a Behavior Analyst you will provide family-centered ABA services to individual with behavior challenges and skill deficits. Behavior Analyst are responsible for conducting assessments, writing, implementing, and monitoring behavior plans, data collection and display, as well as training and supervising caregivers and staff in the home and community settings.


  • Health Insurance Options
  • Higher Pay Rates
  • Frequent and Free CEU Events
  • Paid Annual Conference
  • No Non-Compete to Sign
  • Paid Weekly
  • Work Where and When You Want
  • Professional Advancements as Senior Analysts
  • Clinical Support


Contact the Regional Coordinator: Tawnya Crider, BCBA at 855.832.6727 ext. 1081 or, or apply online at the Positive Behavior Supports Corporation website.

Positive Behavior Supports, Corp

BCBA/BCaBA Positions

We are looking for certified BCBA’s and BCaBA’s to join our growing team in the Panhandle as independent contractors. Full-time and part-time positions available!

Job Duties:

  • Conduct assessments
  • Write, implement, and monitor behavior plans
  • Train caregivers and staff working with the individual in the home and community settings


  • Manageable caseloads;
  • Full-time considered 25 hrs per week
  • Collaborative environment with other behavior analysts
  • Health Insurance options
  • Annual conference paid for
  • Opportunities to earn CEU’s
  • Opportunities to grow within an agency and supervise others
  • Technologically advanced communication system between analysts and across all regions
  • Paid weekly
  • Signing bonus available

Behavior Assistant Positions

We are looking for Behavior Assistants to join our team of independent contractors. Training will be provided in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and the analyst will provide ongoing training and supervision. Behavior Assistants must be interested in working 1 on 1 with individuals with Autism and other disabilities.

Job Duties:

  • Behavior plan implementation
  • Caregiver training
  • Data collection on maladaptive behaviors and skill acquisition programs


  • Must have experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities for at least 1 year
  • completion of Behavior Assistant course (20-hour course within the last year) OR able to take the 2-day course within 45 days
  • Prefer candidates with a Bachelor's degree in a related field or Associates degree with relevant previous experience
  • Must enjoy working with children, be organized, flexible, patient, and dependable and have great communication skills

Part time positions available.

Please contact Billy Crider at 855.832.6724 ext. 1606 for further information.

Psychological Services Director

For Behavioral Services Oversight

The Developmental Disabilities Defendant Program (DDDP) is seeking a Doctoral level Board Certified Behavior Analyst, preferably with forensic experience to direct and oversee behavior analytic staff in the development of behavioral programming, monitoring and staff training. The salary for this full time position begins at $75,000, with negotiation for years of experience.

The DDDP is a 146 bed secure facility, with current census of 89 individuals, located on the grounds of Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee, Florida, approximately 50 miles from Tallahassee. This is Florida’s only admission facility for individuals charged with a felony crime and found to be incompetent to proceed to trial based on a developmental or intellectual disability. 

The program is designed for competency restoration and also provides additional programming through: anger management, substance abuse, social skills, recreation and fitness, with the goal of preparation for a less restrictive placement when the judicial system allows for such transitioning.

In addition, all medical, dental and dietary needs are addressed through an individualized support team process. The program operates on a level system designed to increase socially appropriate behavior and decrease undesirable behaviors. The residents have an opportunity to earn points throughout the course of the day for class attendance and the absence of maladaptive behavior. Each evening residents have the opportunity to exchange these points for items purchased at a token store. Residents have increased privileges with advancement in the level system to allow for opportunities for trips outside of the secure network for shopping and dining out, with Court approval for that level of freedom of movement. 

Interested candidates can search for and apply on-line at after searching for the “Psychological Services Director – F/C” under the category of “Psychology” and in Gadsden County. If you have questions about the position you can contact the hiring authority:

Mr. Tony Reed

Assistant Superintendent

Sunland/Developmental Disabilities Defendant Program

100 N. Main Street

Chattahoochee, FL 32324

850.663.7138 (Office)

850.363.6247 (Cell)

Come Reach Milestones With Us

Our ABA Clinicians are hired at all certification levels (RBT, QASP/BCaBA, BCBA) and we provide company-sponsored certification for anyone who is seeking certification in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)!

Locations we serve
• Augusta, GA
• Beaufort, SC
• Columbus, GA
• Hinesville, GA
• Jacksonville, FL
• Layton, UT
• Newnan, GA
• Orange Park, FL
• Richmond Hill, GA
• St Marys, GA

Why work with us?
• Company-sponsored certification
• Paid time off & holidays
• Extensive benefits package
• Tuition reimbursement
• BACB supervision hours
• Continuous team trainings
• Family-friendly hours
• Advancement opportunities
• Team dedicated to the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis

How can you apply?

Apply online at the Reaching Milestones website or email resume to

Reveresco ABA Therapy, LLC – BCBA, BCaBA and Behavior Tech

Job Description:Established in 2009, Rapidly growing, Reveresco ABA Therapy, LLC, is looking for part time (15-20 hours) BCBA’s/BCaBA’s and Behavior Assistants/individuals (currently working towards certification in applied behavior analysis).

Location:Service locations are Broward and Palm Beach.

Behavior Assistants: (Employee Position) Opportunity to expand behavioral repertoire while working with families, typically developing children, and individuals with autism or other disabilities. For those serious about an intensive training environment and want to strive to be the best in the field. Applications are competitive as there are few spots available. Direct supervision and contact with onsite BCBA at all times, limited driving and room for growth. Flexible schedule. Great for candidates who are seeking supervised, paid clinical experience in order to fulfill requirements for the BACB examination. Rates are DOE (this is an employee position, not Independent Contractor) Reveresco is an approved hybrid Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) intensive practicum site.

BCaBA: (Employee Position/IC) Hourly/Salary/DOE (at least one year experience).

BCBA: $40-$50/hour/DOE (this is an independent contractor position). Morning hours may be available after 60 days. Opportunity to continue to expand on your behavioral repertoire while working with families, typically developing children, and individuals with autism or other disabilities with continued support from established BCBA’s.


  • Holds BCBA Certification
  • Seeking BACB certification
  • Bachelors level in relevant field
  • Experience with ABA
  • Availability from 2:30-6:00pm
  • Ability to work independently
  • Must pass level 2 background check


  • Collaborative Work Environment
  • Clinic based
  • Limited Driving
  • Flexible scheduling

Contact Information:
Interested candidates please submit resume with cover letter to Renee Miller, Clinical Director at


Seminole Tribe of Florida (STOF)

Health Department

Children’s Center for Diagnostics & Therapy (CCDT)

Job Opening:

BCBA or BCaBA will work under the STOF Health Dept CCDT program. CCDT is a unique multidisciplinary program that services the Seminole Tribal youth on the four reservation sites.  This is a full time salaried position with benefits. If you wish to seek employment opportunities please contact the HR department or review the application for employment at the Seminole Tribe of Florida website for further information. This position is currently open as of 12/14.

Original job posting

The ABA Network, LLC

Official Title: Board Certified Behavior Analyst

The ABA Network is seeking a team player experienced in ABA, with a passion for working with and helping children. 

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description: The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will be responsible for developing and implementing behavior interventions and related interventions and related data collection procedures to help increase academic, social and communication skills while also while also decreasing challenging behaviors, including aggression and self-injury, in children and adolescents. The BCBA will work in the surrounding School Districts as well as in homes in Sarasota and Manatee counties depending on the need of clients. The BCBA will supervise and train Lead Therapists, direct instructors, teachers, paraprofessionals and school personnel on all principles of Applied Behavior Analysis including but not limited to Verbal Behavior, Discrete Trial Programming, Natural Environment Therapy and Social Skills Training; provide school, center and home-based consultative services; providing training to parents; conduct assessments and provide recommendations of services; assist in the development IEPs, IFSPs, behavior plans; graph data and write progress notes; and contribute to group meetings and trainings. 

Position Requirements: Candidate must have Master's Degree and be actively certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in good standing. Current certifications in CPR and First Aid as well as a current Child Abuse Clearance and FBI fingerprint/background check must be obtained before hire. Must be willing to travel. Must have excellent communication skills. Must be able to complete clinical and administrative tasks. Light physical work may be required. 

Required education: 

  • Master's

Required experience: 

  • Work with Children with Autism: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Pay Scale: 

This is an independent contractor position of 30-40 hrs per week and pays $50-$65 per hour depending on experience. 

Contact: Shelly Swift

7555 Claxstrauss Dr. Sarasota, FL 34240



3151 Hardin Combee Rd. Lakeland, FL 33801

Job description:

Trek Behavioral Services is currently hiring Behavior Analysts, Assistant Behavior Analysts, and RBT’s to provide Applied Behavior Analysis services to children with Autism. Applicants will provide 1:1 ABA therapy in an office setting in the Polk County area. Part time and full time positions available with flexible hours. Supervision hours are provided.


  • Board certified as a BCBA, BCaBA, RBT or in process of becoming certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
  • Pass Level II Screening (FBI & FDLE)
  • Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Fluent in Verbal Behavior and Skill Acquisition
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively within a variety of situations
  • Excellent time-management skills
  • Must be comfortable working directly with families
  • Ability to work independently
  • Be highly ethical


  • Competitive compensation packages based on your needs and experience
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Supervision provided to BCBA, BCaBA’s and RBTs for field hours at no cost to employees per the BACB requirements
  • CEU reimbursement
  • Support staff
  • Opportunities to grow and advance in your career
  • Bi-Weekly pay through direct deposit

Application process:

To apply, please submit your resume to

Contact Information:

Clinical Directors of Behavior Services:


Trek Behavioral Services website

Virtus Health - RBT

Founded in 2011, Virtus Behavioral Health is a leading national provider of center based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy. While ABA is an objective discipline, Virtus uses the science for personal application. Our approach is relational and meaningful, because at Virtus we understand the tremendous value of the children and families we serve. We produce patient-specific, active, goal- oriented application to make a difference and touch lives.

We are looking for Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) who are ready to make a difference in the lives of children. RBTs at Virtus Health work under the supervision of Board Certified Behavioral Analysts whom oversee the programs and provide support on a daily basis. The RBT must adhere to the behavior plan and implement it with integrity, taking data and notes at each session. At Virtus, the work environment is based on a culture of positive support and team work. Virtus places great value on our staff and creates opportunities for advancement and long-term career opportunities for those who are committed to excellence!

Benefits for Working with Virtus:

• Virtus Health is a Daytime Center based program (no more traveling around town to get to clients)
• Our Centers are open Monday-Friday (No more working nights and weekends)
• W-2 Employee status for full-time and part-time
• $500 sign on bonus for all Medicaid Credentialed RBTs
• Paid Time Off (10 Days) and Holiday Pay (8 Days) for Full-Time Employees
• Health, Dental, and Life insurance available for Full-Time Employees
• Ability to Transfer Centers (Based on Availability: Ft. Myers, Sarasota, Naples, Orlando, North Port, Pensacola, and Goshen [IN])
• A supportive atmosphere with the desire to hear your feedback and ideas
• Team approach
• Child centered
• $15.00 to $20.00 /hour based on experience and credentialing

• Adhere to and support Virtus Health’s policies and procedures.
• Communicate openly with behavioral analysts and center directors regarding: a) availability, b) concerns affecting services, and c) other issues requiring attention.
• Review behavior plans and other relevant materials developed by behavioral analysts for clients in order to facilitate consistent implementation and monitor outcomes appropriately.
• Complete daily notes in Central Reach for the behavioral analyst to review.

• Support the family and other caregivers in implementing the behavioral support strategies in the plan as directed by the behavioral analyst.
• Assist the behavioral analyst in developing reports and conducting assessments upon request.
• Participate in meetings as requested by the behavioral analyst.

• A High School Diploma is mandatory
• Must be a qualified RBT in good standing with the BACB
• Must maintain RBT certification as required by the BACB
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Medicaid Credentials preferred
• Pass a Level Two Background Check
• CPR Certification

800.217.9289 ext. 704
Virtus Health website