• Full Time
  • Monterey ,CA
  • Industry Sector : Healthcare
  • Healthcare


Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy

We are looking for a full time BCBA Regional Clinical Manager to lead our team here at Behavior Treatment & Analysis.

The Clinical Manager is the Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who’s responsible for oversight for an entire region of learners. The CM’s role is to provide clinical support and guidance to the Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Coordinator to ensure treatment fidelity and procedural integrity across the client’s intervention (included but not limited to staff/parent training development). The Clinical Manager is assigned to conduct initial assessments, indirect case management, and to ensure that the client’s progress is continuous throughout the treatment period. The Clinical Manager is also responsible for overseeing behavior intervention plans (BIP) and treatment plans to address the behaviors of concern and client’s deficit areas. In addition, the Clinical Manager will collaborate with the Quality Assurance team to address clinical and administrative needs for each region. The Clinical Manager is responsible for adhering to the BACB ethical and supervision guidelines.

Why Choose Behavior Treatment & Analysis?

At Behavior Treatment & Analysis, we value our employees and strive to create a supportive and empowering work environment. Here’s what we offer:

1. Competitive Compensation: We offer a competitive salary of $88k-92k, plus bonuses. Additionally, we provide comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance options, along with 401k benefits.

2. Professional Development: As part of our commitment to your growth, we offer supervision towards BCBA certification and ample opportunities for advancement within our organization. With flexible scheduling and 80 hours of PTO per year, you can achieve a healthy work-life balance while pursuing your career goals.

3. Cutting-Edge Resources: We provide you with the tools you need to succeed, including a cell phone and laptop. Our state-of-the-art technology enables you to deliver high-quality ABA treatment and support to our clients effectively.

4. Meaningful Work: By joining our team, you’ll have the opportunity to design, develop, and implement ABA programs that positively impact the lives of individuals with autism. You’ll collaborate closely with families and other professionals to tailor treatment plans to each client’s unique needs.

5. Supportive Team Environment: Our team is dedicated to fostering collaboration and continuous learning. You’ll receive ongoing support and guidance from experienced professionals as you supervise direct care staff and train behavior technicians.

6. Expansion: Additionally, we are thrilled to share that we are expanding and opening new locations in all of California. This expansion presents an exciting opportunity for you to be part of our growth journey and contribute to our success.


Competitive Salary pay ($88,000 – $92,000)
Professional Development Stipend for CEUs and future education
Health, Dental, Vision Health plans, PTO, Paid Holidays, Company Issued Devices, Bonus Incentives

Master’s Degree or higher in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, or related field
BCBA Certification required
3-5 years of BCBA experience
Experience working in behavioral healthcare or related industry
Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred
Roles and Responsibilities:

Provides clinical support and training to an assigned team of Behavior Specialists
Conduct behavioral assessments, functional assessments, and functional analyses
Develop and update behavior support and intervention plans using data through Central Reach
Conducts regular home, clinic based, or community visits based on the clinical needs of the individualized programs
Provides caregiver training on the implementation of individualized Treatment Plans and Behavioral Support Plans
Be present in the first 3 to 5 visits to a new client, to oversee the assessment and treatment planning process and ensure that the Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) is appropriate for the individual’s needs
Participate in the hiring process by conducting interviews and providing input on the selection of behavior technicians and program supervisors
Provide ongoing support and consultation to clients, families, and other stakeholders
Attend monthly clinic meetings, bi-weekly BCBA meetings & provide monthly parent meetings
Conditions of Employment:

Must have a valid California Driver’s License. Maintain a clean driving record. Proof of auto insurance
Must adhere to all federal, state and local laws/legislation as applicable as well as HIPAA laws and regulatory agencies
Must pass health screenings, obtain vaccinations and clear TB testing based on company policies
Ability to obtain and maintain CPR certification
Must attend all BTA required training
Be vested in the ABA Field, committed to the cause, willing to learn and grow constantly amidst the changing landscape that is the ABA field.
Must have the following immunizations:
Rubella (2-series), Rubeola (2-series), Mumps (2-series), Varicella (2-series), Hepatitis B (3-series) (Declination acceptable), Pertussis (Tdap) (Declination acceptable), Absence of Tuberculosis (TB)
Additional Information

BTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability, age or covered veteran status


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