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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Clinical/Operations | McDonough, GA | Full Time

Job Description

Pathways is a leading ABA provider in Georgia and is accredited as a Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE). The Small Business Administration (SBA) recognized Pathways leadership as the 2019 Georgia Small Business Person’s of the Year.

Currently, we are hiring BCBAs to be leaders in our McDonough clinic. We are seeking qualified behavior analysts that have a passion for helping children and adolescents with autism reach their full potential. Leadership and growth opportunities available.

We are hiring in the following market: McDonough. GA


  • Full-time and part-time positions
  • Competitive salary commensurate on experience
  • Signing Bonus
  • Aggressive bonus plan
  • Relocation assistance available
  • Medical/Vision/Dental benefits
  • 401K and match
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Ongoing professional development in clinical and management training
  • Opportunities for leadership and career advancement
  • CEU reimbursement and Conference attendance
  • Member of a collaborative team


  • Provide regular training and support to direct care staff implementing treatment protocols in clinic, home, school, and community settings
  • Complete functional behavior assessments (FBAs), functional analyses (FA), and design behavior intervention plans for clients, to include follow through and support assistance for correct implementation
  • Design skill acquisition protocols inclusive of developing communication, social skills, independence, and behavior skill sets
  • Regularly review and analyze data to determine program and treatment outcomes and train and support staff on correct data collection measures
  • Provide oversight to cases, staff and family to make sure all company policies are followed, and treatment is provided according to ethical and best standards of practice
  • Provide regular parent training to clients pertaining to independence and skill development
  • Comply with organization, state and federal regulations set forth to include professional development, safety training, confidentiality policies, and adhere to the BCBA task list
  • Work collaboratively with other therapists, providers, BCBAs, and school staff for effective programs
  • Participate in all team meetings and company-wide trainings as designated by supervisor and organization
  • Maintain good standing and certification status with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB®)
  • Maintain current CPR and First Aid requirements  


  • Master’s degree (BCBA) in a related field (education or psychology)
  • Current Certification as a BCBA and in good standing with the BACB®
  • Experience with designing treatment protocols, behavior intervention plans and skill acquisition programs using behavior analytic principles with individuals with developmental disabilities and autism
  • Experience collaborating with other professionals and therapist to implement practices and principles of ABA in clinic, home, community, and school settings
  • Experience with delivering direct instruction/implementation of skill & behavior protocols
  • Experience training staff, parents, and direct care workers in the implementation of ABA
  • Completed the supervision and ethics requirements outlined by the BACB®
  • Demonstrate effective communication and collaboration skills with colleagues and parent and be a team player