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Career Opportunities

Positive Behavior Steps is seeking patient, compassionate, and motivated individuals looking to develop or further their experience in behavior analysis, community inclusion, and social services. We hire candidates who believe in our mission of providing quality support to families living in unseen communities. Apply now or contact us to discuss reasons why we might be the right fit for you!

Qualifications for Employment

Available Positions

Clinical Supervisor, Board-Certified Behavior Analyst

Responsible for assessing, observing, developing, implementing, and monitoring a variety of behavioral supports for children receiving services through our ABA program. Provide direct and indirect supervision to Behavior Therapists, collaborate with clinical team, and develop comprehensive BIPs.

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Behavior Therapist

Under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), the Behavior Therapist implements ABA intervention strategies outlined in a child’s individualized Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP). Utilize reinforcement to motivate child to learn, decrease target behaviors, and ultimately teach functional skills and socially significant behaviors. Develop skills in the following areas: data collection, session note documentation, analysis of behavior intervention planning, and the implementation of evidence-based intervention methods. Only monthly cell phone reimbursements offered for this position.

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COMMUNITY FACILITATOR

The Community Facilitator provides community inclusion supports by working with a child or adolescent out in the community. Implement individualized programs, connect clients to community resources, provide transportation, assist clients during planned outings, and teach functional and communication skills. Assist individual in maximizing participation and success within social, educational, and vocational settings. Both mileage and monthly cell phone reimbursements offered for this position.

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SLS Worker

Responsible for supporting adults in establishing and maintaining safe, comfortable, and stable living arrangements. SLS Workers may assist with home management, budgeting, personal hygiene, for example, and may transport clients to medical or dental appointments, social service offices, day programs, and other social outings.

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