Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)




The BCBA works with the Director of Therapy, Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT’s) and ABA Therapists. The BCBA provides a range of applied behavior analytic (ABA) assessments and clinical services for children with autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. The BCBA consults, provides training and supervision to therapists, conducts behavioral assessments of clients, and designs behavior support plans (BSP’).


The BCBA is responsible for coordinating, scheduling, communicating and continually evaluating the effectiveness of functional behavioral assessments, behavioral evaluations, behavior support plans (BSP’s) and individual education plans for clients on their caseload. The BCBA is a clinical teacher who educates, observes, assesses, and supervises the educational activities and service delivery of Registered Behavioral Technicians and ABA Therapists.


The BCBA is required to adhere to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts. The BCBA maintains a weekly billable caseload of service hours as directed by the Director of Therapy.





  • Provides direct ABA therapy to children with Autism and other developmental disorders in the clinic, home, school, and community settings

  • Provides parent, teacher, and staff training on the principles of ABA and behavior modification

  • Provides training and supervision to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and ABA Therapists

  • Conducts functional behavioral assessments

  • Conducts verbal behavior/language assessments (VB-MAPP/ABLLS-R)

  • Develops individualized behavior support plans (e.g., goals, objectives, and interventions) and monitors client progress towards goals

  • Consults and collaborate with schools, daycares, medical professionals, and other pediatric disciplines

  • Assists with administrative tasks and oversight of the therapy department (including ensuring compliance with insurance requirements for session notes, treatment plans, supervision, treatment authorizations, RBT requirements, etc.)

  • Opportunities are available for advancement and promotion into director positions for individuals that display great leadership ability, initiative, skill, and dedication to their position and the field of ABA




  • Minimum of Master’s Degree required

  • Must be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

  • Must have at least 1 year of experience providing ABA services to children

  • Must be able to pass a Criminal History Background Check-10 year

  • Proven ability to work within a team, leadership and problem solving abilities

  • Strong core values, such as integrity, loyalty, trust, leadership, team work are required

  • Exhibits positive and proactive approaches to problem solving




The BCBA is required to be available to work any schedule within TMP’s core business hours of 8:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday and may be required to conduct home visits outside of business hours. The BCBA may be asked to work some weekends to assist with respites or community events. TMP Employees first 90 days of employment are considered an Introductory Period. Employees must successfully complete the Introductory Period, which is also considered a new hire training period. Salaried employees are eligible to earn paid time off, sick time and holiday pay after successful completion of the Introductory Period.




The BCBA must have the ability to lift up to 50 pounds and be able to effectively handle client behaviors to ensure overall safety of client and self.



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