Work With Us! Become an Ally For Children with Autism
Are you passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of children? Do you have a desire to work in a dynamic and innovative organization that values equity, inclusivity and diversity? If so, we’d love for you to join our team!
We are dedicated to empowering children with autism, and other developmental disabilities and their families to achieve their full potential. We are looking for individuals who share our vision and mission and are committed to making a meaningful impact in the lives of those we serve.
As an ally for children in your community, you will have the opportunity to work with a dedicated team of professionals and make a difference in the lives of our learners every day. We offer a supportive and collaborative work environment, ongoing training and professional development opportunities, and competitive compensation.
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**ABS, LLC is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We embrace and encourage a workforce that prioritizes inclusion across disability, race, identity, and experience to foster community.**
Office Administrator Assistant
ABS is looking for a highly motivated individual who is a self-starter, works collaboratively with our team, highly skilled communicator who is committed to a high level of professionalism. Our busy, client focused office needs a reliable, well-organized Office manager to handle day-to-day operations with the focus on efficiency and time management. The office manager will provide administrative duties to assist with the running of the clinic operations. This position is a full-
Registered Behavior Technician
An RBT, or Registered Behavior Technician, is a person trained to help with behavior support, especially for individuals like kids with autism or similar challenges. They work directly with these individuals, using specific strategies to help them learn and grow. To become an RBT, they undergo special training and then take a test to show they know their stuff. While they’re skilled, they always team up with more experienced professionals in the field to ensure top-notch care. You might find RBTs in places like schools, therapy centers, or even assisting families at home.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
A BCBA, or Board Certified Behavior Analyst, is a professional who specializes in understanding and influencing behavior. They’re experts in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and are trained to design, implement, and evaluate behavior-based interventions. BCBAs often work with individuals with autism and other developmental disorders, helping them learn new skills and reduce challenging behaviors. To become a BCBA, a person needs advanced education, typically a master’s or doctoral degree in behavior analysis or a related field, and they must pass a rigorous exam. Once certified, they often oversee the work of Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and other professionals, ensuring that interventions are effective and ethical.