Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Posted: 02/24/2023

At Arches you are not just an employee, you are a member of our energetic and qualified team. Arches is dedicated to providing our clinical staff with the respect they deserve, and the resources required to allow them to deliver exceptionally high-quality therapy to our clients while, and equally as important, experience the joy and satisfaction from their chosen career.  

We are looking for candidates who wish to maximize their potential in an environment that rewards dedication and compassion. Here you will play a major role in our dynamic, and supportive environment where children are cherished. Our skilled team works with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families to help foster independence and communication and to provide them with the tools they need to navigate life’s experiences. 

Position Title 

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) 

This position is full-time salary non-exempt 

About Arches 

Arches provides in-clinic ABA services for young children diagnosed with ASD, focusing on communication and social skills development. We are committed to developing an organization grounded in a “team-member focused” model which we believe will lead to greater job satisfaction - which will translate into consistent, high-quality levels of service and support for our clients and their families. Our company will always be guided by our core values of: Passion, Trust, Integrity, Accountability, Safety, Fun, Learning and Empathy 


About the Role 

BCBA provides support to clients, families, and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) by coordinating and overseeing the implementation of ABA strategies and procedures.  BCBA conducts skills and behavior assessments in order to design and maintain effective, meaningful, and individualized treatment programs for children diagnosed with ASD. BCBA provides ongoing supervision and training of RBTs as it relates to the delivery of ABA services in a clinical setting and consults with parents/guardians to ensure the carryover of treatment plans in the client’s home/natural environment. 

About You 

  • Master’s or doctoral degree in related field required. 

  • Current BCBA certification from Behavior Analyst Certification Board required. 

  • Current LBA license from Louisiana Behavior Analyst Board required. 

  • 2 or more years practicing as BCBA is preferred. 

  • Obtain and maintain certification for CPR and BLS (to be provided by employer upon hire).  

  • Possess a valid driver’s license and provide proof of auto insurance. 

  • Demonstrate passion and patience for working with young children. 

  • Exhibit strong communication, collaboration, time management, and supervision skills. 

Benefits & Wages 

  • Salary from $75,000. 

  • 15 days PTO. 

  • 8 Paid Holidays. 

  • Annual continuing education stipend plus 2 paid continuing education days. 

  • 75% employer contribution to Medical, Dental, and Vision. 

  • Company covers LBAB and BACB licensure and certification fees. 


How to Apply 


The Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer, drug free workplace, and complies with ADA regulations as applicable.