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Family First is looking for BCBAs and Behavior Interventionists in the Northstate area. We offer competitive compensation and work with most major insurance companies. Our administrative team will manage your credentialing and claims on your behalf and streamline your ability to provide services. For more information, contact us via at, or complete the brief application form below.

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Family First is looking for Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) to provide services to children and adults with developmental disabilities in the Northstate. Our BCBAs provide direct and supervised services in a variety of settings, as well as consultation work with schools, preschools, and professional organizations through the region.

Responsibilities include:

  • Conducting and completing functional behavioral and skills assessments

  • Developing and monitoring skill acquisition curriculum

  • Developing and monitoring behavior support plans

  • Collecting and analyzing data to monitor progress

  • Training of staff, teachers and/or parents to implement behavior support plans and curriculum

  • Report writing


  • BCBA certification

  • Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education, or related field

  • Experience working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities

  • Experience with DTT and other behavior intervention methodologies

  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others

  • Strong analytical skills

  • Experience in training and support of staff, teachers, and caregivers

  • Ability to work independently

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Experience with ADOS II and Vineland-II a plus!


ABA Behavior Interventionists/Registered Behavior Technicians

Family First is looking for qualified therapists to provide ABA therapy for children with autism and their families. You will work under the supervision of the BCBA to implement parent training programs to address areas of need for the child, such as building social, communication, play, or self-help skills.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide caregiver training, mentoring, instruction, and direct one-on-one ABA services to children and young adults on the Autism spectrum to facilitate:

  • Developing and monitoring skill acquisition curriculum

  • Developing, monitoring, and implementing Behavior Intervention Plans

  • Gathering and analyzing data to monitor progress and update treatment plans

  • Report writing


  • Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Education, Social Work, Behavioral Sciences, Human Development or related field

  • Four years field experience working with special needs children in a home or school setting

  • Familiarity with Applied Behavior Analysis techniques

  • Reliable Transportation

  • Excellent time management skills


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