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The 2024 ABAI 50th Annual Convention Career Fair is on the horizon!
2024 ABAI 50th Annual Convention Career Fair
May 25, 2024 - May 26, 2024
Job Type
Job Duration
$75,000.00 - $80,000.00
Min Experience
2-5 Years
Min Education
Master's Degree
Required Travel
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function


***Seeking BCBAs to work REMOTE or Hybrid in different CA locations***



The BCBA position will be held by an individual who has the training, education, and/or experience necessary to serve as a Qualified Autism Service Professional. This position will provide clinical supervision as well as oversight of the programs being implemented by the Supervisor/BCaBA and Behavior Interventionists. The BCBA is an individual who meets all of the following criteria: Provides behavioral health treatment, Develops and Implements Treatment Plans with the oversight and guidance of the Clinical Director, and has training and experience in providing services for individuals with Autism, developmental disabilities, or other delays.

Essential Job Functions / Key Performance Areas

To perform this job successfully, the BCBA must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential function listed below:

Designing, developing, and implementing a wide range of ABA programs for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, and/or delays.

Collaborating with families and other professionals to tailor ABA programs to each client’s specific needs.

Directly delivering individual and group learning experiences to assist each client served in obtaining his/her treatment goals and objectives.

Meet with, train, and supervise mid-level supervisors /BCaBA and direct care staff (Behavior Interventionists) to provide guidance and review progress on goals, determine the effectiveness of intervention strategies, and consult about the overall implementation of the treatment plan.

Conduct assessments, write treatment goals, analyze data and write progress reports, under the direction and supervision of the Clinical Director.

Conduct comprehensive Functional Behavior Assessments utilizing standardized assessment tools including the VB-MAPP, ABBLS-R, Vineland-III, etc., under the direction and supervision of the Clinical Director.

Develop and oversee the implementation of behavioral plans for children.

Assist in the development of adaptive skills for the individual to take a more positive role in the school, home & community setting.

Provide prescribed behavioral consultation to the family and/or school.

Supervise ABA programs to assist clients learn a variety of skills related to cooperation with daily routines and demands, coping with stress, play and social interactions, functional communication, attending to tasks, safety awareness, and self-help.

Empower parents, caregivers and other support staff to influence clients within their natural routines so they can be more successful, independent, and self-empowered.

Establish and maintain positive and supportive relationships with clients, all family members and any other staff persons supporting the client’s individualized needs.

Define target behaviors and write treatment goals while coordinating evidence-based programs, reinforcement, antecedent management strategies, protocols, interventions, etc.

Model for and teach support staff how to implement intervention strategies and protocols.

Set up and maintain ABA session schedule for support staff and clients and manage planned and unplanned adjustments or cancelations.

Meet with families/caregivers in-clinic OR via telehealth on a weekly basis to review progress on goals, determine the effectiveness of intervention strategies, and consult about the overall implementation of the treatment plan.


Competitive Wages.Health insurance (for all employees working 30+ hrs/wk).

Training and advancement opportunities/RBT Training.

Mileage & Drive Time Reimbursement between client’s homes (if selected to also work in the home setting).

Paid internships/supervision for Education, BCBA, LMFT, LPCC, and LCSW interns.



LifeMart Employee Discount Program

LifeCare Employee Assistance Program (Free Counseling, Referrals, etc.)

Compensation: $75,000.00 per year + bonus opportunities

To learn more:

Job Type: Full-Time



Availability to work a consistent weekly schedule: typically, mornings and afternoons for clinic.

Eligibility to work in the United States.

Valid California Driver’s license (if working in-person/hybrid)

Reliable transportation, and valid automobile Insurance.

Master's Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field.

BCBA Certification.

Patient demographics:

Children and adolescents up to 18 years old.


Monday to Friday.

Weekends, as needed if working with in-home clients

Work setting:


Work from Home


Master's Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field. (Required)


BCBA Certification (Required)

Work Location:

Burnett Therapeutic Services, Inc.

3419 Valle Verde Dr.

Napa, CA 94558

**Job Application**

Please send your resume and cover letter.

About us

Burnett Therapeutic Services (BTS) offers Behavioral and Mental Health Therapy Services for children, youth, adults, couples, and families. We are passionate about helping those who are receiving our services!

BTS is dedicated to the comprehensive service model, including, but not limited to working with the client with his or her family, communication training, skill building, coping skills training, family work, therapeutic counseling, behavioral therapy, cultural diversity, and activities that increase and build upon each client and their family's strengths. Our goal is to address a broad array of human needs with our services.

BTS, Inc. has multiple therapists specializing in differing treatment modalities and because of this, we have the ability to treat many different life, mental and behavioral issues.

We believe that each person receiving services has an inherent ability to learn, grow, and succeed if given the appropriate support, empathy, and tools. Please come join a supportive team and work environment making a difference in the lives of many children and families!

Job ID: 73366155

Please refer to the company's website or job descriptions to learn more about them.

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