Driven Behavioral Support is a locally owned and operated Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program that was founded directly by BCBAs who share a passion for serving others. We are a team of experienced practitioners who are looking to take our passion for serving families of children with disabilities to the next level! To do this, we need equally passionate team members!
As a practitioner with Driven Behavioral Support, you will be helping to support families in our community by developing treatment plans, implementing skills and behavioral assessments, providing supervision to our passionate clinicians, and providing parent training. You will be part of developing our culture that is dedicated to improving the lives of families in our community. Experience clinical and leadership growth while leading a team of hardworking and dependable ABA clinicians
We are currently looking for individuals who share our passion for supporting individuals in our community. Candidates should have direct experience working with children and/or adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as providing supervision or guidance to ABA technicians regarding the implementation of treatment programs, management of problem behaviors, and supporting families with a positive, hard-working, and collaborative attitude!
Why join the Driven Behavioral Support team?
We offer a competitive and provider-friendly salary structure
Relocation assistance for domestic candidates and sponsorship opportunities for those relocating internationally!
LOW billable hour requirements to maintain a healthy work-life balance!
Supportive environment with an emphasis on quality of services to our community
Ongoing supervision, training, and support; including future professional conference opportunities
Professional liability coverage
Cell Phone provided and/or Stipend
Mileage and Materials Reimbursements
Full-time employment benefits
Be part of this special growing team and help us develop an altruistic and close-knit ABA culture!
Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field that fulfills BACB requirements.
License as a Behavior Analyst (LBA) or Assistant Behavior Analyst (LaBA) in Virginia or are Board Certified as a Behavior Analyst who will apply for Licensure as an LBA in Virginia upon joining the DBS team.
At least 1 year of experience working with individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities.
Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
Ability to provide negative TB test results
Ability to pass criminal background check
Ability to easily navigate the child’s physical environment (stand up/sit down easily, ability to implement appropriate interventions if client becomes aggressive, ability to quickly move if the client has a history of running)
Desire to help others and to be part of this close-knit and dedicated team of behavior specialists!
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions, and one of our founding BCBAs will be more than happy to speak with you about this opportunity to join this highly motivated and passionate team!