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Behavior Instructor

Job Description
: ABA Education Foundation is currently seeking Behavior Instructors in the San Diego Area to provide direct service to children with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders. Service provision includes intervention and programs of instruction within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. The instruction may take place in the home or school settings. This position requires driving between client locations. Examples of essential functions of Behavior Instructors include: implementation of discrete trial training, pivotal response treatment, Picture Exchange Communication System, and other ABA interventions; data collection and analysis; and implementation of caregiver training.

Requirements:

Candidates must possess a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor or Science degree from an accredited college or university, with a major in psychology, human behavior, child development, early childhood education, education/special education, behavior analysis, or a closely related field. Prior teaching and or ABA experience is highly preferred.

ABA Education Foundation offers competitive wages and benefits. Full and part-time positions are available. Hours are between 8:00am-5:30pm Monday through Friday.

Please send resume to cgarmer@bridgesaba.com or fax to 619-220-0215.

ABA Education Foundation is always looking for enthusiastic and talented men and women to join our team. Below are job descriptions of positions that are frequently available.

If you are interested please send your resume or CV and a cover letter attention to:

Dr. Erin Dyer Zwahlen
ABA Education Foundation
5694 Mission Center Road, Suite 602, PMB 341
San Diego CA, 92108

ezwahlen@bridgesaba.com

Or you may fax your resume to (619) 220-0215

Behavior Instructor
Behavior Instructors implement intensive intervention programs using ABA teaching techniques and behavior management strategies with children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Behavior instructors implement only interventions that are scientifically proven effective. The instruction is planned by and under the supervision of a program supervisor, who is either a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst, or well trained and experienced in the principles and procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis. A B.A./B.S. is required in psychology, human behavior, child development, early childhood education, education/special education, behavior analysis, or a closely related field. Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) preferred.


Program Supervisor
Program supervisors supervise behavior instructors, deliver direct services, monitor the program of ABA instruction, analyze child performance and data, assess progress, provide training to families and school personnel, and work closely with Director of Operations and Executive Director of Intervention Services. Program supervisors implement and supervise only interventions that are scientifically proven effective. Program supervisors are required to have a B.A./B.S. degree or a M.A./M.S. degree in psychology, human behavior, child development, early childhood education, education/special education, behavior analysis, or a related field. Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is preferred.