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Employment Opportunities

Start a career with us at Autism Spectrum Support Center. We strive to impact the community and make a difference in the lives of families. There are tremendous growth opportunities as we expand in California. We have openings in Los Angeles and Orange County. 


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Job Descriptions

As an employee at ASSC, we offer flexible schedules, competitive rates, ongoing training, tablets for staff, professional development, support for certifications (RBT/BCBA), supervision for BCBA candidates, staff socials, and much more!

Early Interventionist

Work with infants and toddlers under the age of 3 years old with special needs, at high risk, or have developmental delays. The early interventionist therapist will improve and teach skills that pertain to early learning skills like listening, responding to name, simple play skills, etc. Sessions typically are an hour long and sessions are held in the client's home.

Early Interventionist

The early interventionist supervisor will oversee the EI therapist while working with the child to ensure the programming is addressing the skill deficits of the child. Provide parent training and support to the staff.

ABA Behavior Therapist

ABA behavior therapists work 1:1 with children who have special needs and address behavior problems. Records data using an iPad and implements ABA strategies based on the programs. Can be accruing hours to be a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT). Sessions are held in the client's home and the duration can be from 2-3 hours long.

ABA Program Manager

ABA program managers are currently enrolled in a Master's program and have experience in ABA or working with children. Program managers are mid-level supervisors who is supervising the Behavior Therapists during sessions, provide parent training, assist with program development, and ensure ABA strategies are being implemented accurately. Opportunity to accrue hours to become a BCBA and have BCBAs supervise program managers in the field.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) leads the clinical team and manages a caseload of clients. BCBAs develop programming, conduct parent training, and mentor and train Program Managers and Behavior Therapists to ensure the clinical quality of service. Additionally, BCBAs supervise BCBA candidates who are accruing their hours for BCBA certification. 

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