BCBA Board-Certified Behavior Analyst

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Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Are you a dedicated and experienced Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) looking for an exciting opportunity to make a profound impact? Our team is seeking a talented individual like you to join us in providing exceptional behavioral support and guidance. As a BCBA, you’ll play a crucial role in the development and implementation of effective interventions for individuals with behavioral challenges. And if you’re a student working towards becoming a BCBA, we encourage you to explore our BCBA Student Training Program!

If you’re passionate about utilizing your expertise to improve the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities, we invite you to explore this rewarding career opportunity with us.


Job Summary

Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) are highly trained professionals in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Their primary focus is on understanding and modifying behavior to improve individuals’ lives, particularly those with developmental disorders or behavioral challenges.


  • Assessment: BCBAs conduct comprehensive assessments to understand the factors influencing behavior. This may involve direct observation, interviews with clients and caregivers, and the analysis of existing records.
  • Designing Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs): Based on assessments, BCBAs create customized Behavior Intervention Plans. These plans outline strategies to address specific behavioral goals, reduce challenging behaviors, and teach new skills.
  • Supervising and Training: BCBAs often oversee the work of behavior technicians, providing supervision and guidance. They ensure that the behavior intervention plans are implemented correctly and may offer training to the team and caregivers.
  • Data Analysis: BCBAs analyze data collected by behavior technicians to assess the effectiveness of interventions. They use this information to make data-driven decisions and adjust strategies as needed.
  • Collaboration with Other Professionals: BCBAs collaborate with other professionals, such as speech therapists, occupational therapists, and educators, to create a comprehensive and integrated approach to intervention. Effective communication with the client’s support network is essential.
  • Conducting Research: Some BCBAs engage in research to contribute to the field’s knowledge and improve ABA practices. This may involve studying the effectiveness of specific interventions, developing new assessment tools, or contributing to the development of best practices.
  • Ethical and Professional Standards: BCBAs adhere to a strict code of ethics, maintaining professionalism and confidentiality. They ensure that their work is conducted with integrity and in the best interest of the individuals they serve.
  • Training and Professional Development: BCBAs engage in continuous learning to stay informed about the latest research and advancements in ABA. They may attend conferences, workshops, and pursue additional certifications to enhance their skills.
  • Consultation: BCBAs may provide consultation services to organizations, schools, or other entities seeking expertise in behavior analysis. They may assist in developing and implementing behavior support programs.
  • Advocacy: BCBAs may advocate for individuals with behavioral challenges, working to ensure access to appropriate services, resources, and support. They may also engage in advocacy at the policy level to promote awareness and inclusion.
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