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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
$65,000 - $80,000 / annual salary depending on education, experience and location
Aveanna Healthcare, the largest home health care company in the U.S., is hiring compassionate Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) to work with children and youth in home, school and community settings. Aveanna's ABA programs are operated by Board Certified Behavior Analysts. We are the hearts of 30,000 caregivers and trusted by over 33,000 families.
Aveanna BCBAs develop comprehensive and targeted treatment plans for children to increase functional skills within the framework of Applied Behavior Analysis. Aveanna BCBA's work with staff, families and other professionals to help each and every client maximize their potential and reach their goals.
Qualifications of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst:
Current Board Certification in Applied Behavior Analysis ? BCBA, per BACB guidelines
May require licensure or eligibility to obtain it, based on work location.
Responsibilities of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst:
Training and supervision of Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians
Conducting Functional Behavior Assessments and creating Behavior Support Plans for the reduction of challenging behavior
Teaching functional communication, social skills, and adaptive living skills.
Providing Behavioral SERVICES for children and/or adolescents in the home and/or school setting.
Benefits for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst:
Paid Holidays & Vacation Days
Paid sick days
Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
Company-Paid Life Insurance
401(k) Savings Plan with Employer Matching
Company-provided tablets for easy access to electronic charting during client visits
24 hour -7 days a week Support for direct clinical and scheduling assistance
Paid Training and Professional Development allowance
Access to supervision from BCBA-Ds
Opportunities to grow professionally
benefit eligibility is dependent on employment status



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