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- Participate in initial and regular development training and education
- Under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, you will have responsibility for delivering Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) support and intervention programs to young people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
- As a part of a team, work with other team members to contribute to the development of individual intervention programs
- Attend required supervision and clinical team meetings
- Valid, clean California driver's license and proof of auto insurance
- Reliable form of transportation available for all working hours (due to HIPAA regulations, public transportation and ride shares do NOT qualify as a reliable form of transportation)
- It is a requirement that you pass a Department of Justice background check
- Although a Bachelors degree is preferred, we are also looking for people who are either currently completing, or are prepared to work toward a Bachelors degree in psychology or related field.
- Experience working with young people diagnosed with ASD and related disorders