Lead BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst)
Location: Snellville, GA, United States
Calling all dedicated clinicians ready to take the next progressive step in their careers. Join our clinician-founded, high-energy organization committed to progressive and compassionate clinical care within the autism community.
As the Lead BCBA, you'll oversee patients with autism up to age 12, providing exceptional programmatic guidance for patients, and families, and mentoring RBTs, Fieldwork Students/Case Managers, and Trainers. With your demonstrated mastery of clinical, communication, supervision, and interpersonal skills, you'll thrive here. Find your professional haven with us and make a pivotal impact on our patient's journey to success. It's time to take that exciting next step in your career!
When you become a part of our team as a Lead BCBA, we offer:
- Total Compensation: Ranging from $80,000 to $107,500, our package encompasses both base salary (which is tiered according to the candidate's experience and competency) and bi-weekly bonuses.
- Clinician-Designed Bonus: Bi-weekly rewards from client engagement and caseload.
- Relocation: Comprehensive support for a seamless move.
- Paid Time Off: 30 days (20 vacation, 8 holidays, 2 for professional development).
- Benefits: Health (HSA/PPO), Vision, Dental, 401(k) with matching, and disability coverages.
- Ethical Caseloads: To ensure both quality care and the well-being of the clinician.
- BCBA Career Pathways: Progress from Lead BCBA to Senior BCBA to Clinical Director to Senior Clinical Director to Regional BCBA with skill focus (and pay increases along the way).
- Continual Learning Opportunities: Dr. Adam Hahs, Jana Sarno, BCBA, Grand Rounds.
- Access to Internal Professional Development Series: PFA, SBT and HRE, PEAK Training.
- No Non-Competes: Promoting growth without limits!
We are looking for proficient Board Certified Behavior Analysts who excel in:
- Conducting detailed behavioral assessments and analyses.
- Designing evidence-based intervention plans tailored to unique needs.
- Adhering to the stringent professional and ethical benchmarks set by the BACB.
- Supervising and guiding team members, ensuring they deliver the highest standards.
- Collaborating effectively with a diverse group, ensuring interventions remain consistent across settings.
Required Education and Experience:
- Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Psychology or closely related field.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing with the BACB
- At least one year of certification with the BACB as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst
- Successful completion of BCBA Career Pathway competencies
- Experience with skills assessments and curricula (e.g., VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R, EFL, AFLS, PEAK), required
- Proficient to advanced knowledge with behavioral assessments (e.g., Practical Functional Assessments)
- Strong background in behavior reduction program development and oversight
- Meets the BACB qualifications to supervise BCaBAs, those pursuing certification, and RBTs
- Demonstrates ability to supervise and train effectively
- Ability to communicate knowledge in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to professionals and non-professionals
Your journey with us will commence with a swift and transparent selection process that involves:
- Quick online application!
- Discussion with a recruiter (on your schedule, we make it work).
- A virtual interview with the Regional BCBA (again, on your schedule).
- Swift feedback post-interview!
The First 30 Days (A pivotal month of integration, growth, and learning):
- Orientation: Introduction to organizational culture, values, policies, administrative tasks, and our mission!
- Learn and Grow Culture: It's one of our core values. We expect that you're learning your new role and have wraparound support to help you as you join the team.
- Training Sessions: Skill development and practice with tools, software, and evidence-based practices.
- Case Reviews: Overview, discussion, and clinical coaching for current clients and interventions.
- Team Integration: Introduction and regular check-ins with interdisciplinary teams.
- Shadowing & Observation: Observing client sessions and senior BCBAs for practical insights.
- Feedback & Evaluation: Initial feedback sessions with supervisors on integration and performance.
- Resource Familiarization: Access to materials, research, and in-house tools.
- Center Culture: A warm welcome to a collaborative team and mission-driven culture
- Client Interaction: Handling caseloads, assessments, family guidance, and intervention plans.
At Hopebridge, we champion inclusivity and are firmly against any discrimination. We welcome talents from all backgrounds, driven by a shared purpose.
Together, we will be a beacon of hope and trusted guides in our community! Ready to embark on this journey? Apply now!