Care to join our talented, dedicated, diverse team as an employee or intern? We’d love to have you!
Children’s Autism Center is one of the largest behavioral therapy centers in Austin, TX. We offer excellent career growth opportunities, a paid apprenticeship program, internship program, training and supervision hours, benefits packages including group health insurance and 401k plan, paid vacation and holidays, opportunities to attend local and national trainings, and a supportive work environment.
We are consistently hiring for all positions (BCBAs, BCaBAs, RBTs, and therapists), please email your resume to: email@example.com.Contact Us For More Information
Children’s Autism Center provides exemplary supervision for future behavior analysts using the Apprentice Supervision Model developed by Hartley, Courtney, Rosswurm & LaMarca (2016). Using this model, competitive employees who have completed a minimum of 750 supervised direct service hours and have shown superior clinical and analytical skills transition into an apprentice role (paid) working closely with an experienced CAC behavior analyst on the administrative duties involved in therapy programming. The apprentice program allows mutual benefits for both the apprentice and the experienced behavior analyst by:
- Affording the apprentice invaluable training on critical skills necessary to transition into a BCBA role (e.x. supervising therapists, treatment planning, report writing, etc.)
- Allowing supervising behavior analyst more time to focus on supervising and analyzing client programs by reducing analyst’s administrative load
- Increasing job satisfaction for both parties
- Systematizing and streamlining the supervision process by offering a collaborative experience where expectations are upfront and clear, reciprocal evaluations are implemented, and BACB Experience Standards criteria is met.
Source: Hartley, B.K., Courtney, W.T., Rosswurm, M., LaMarca, V.J. Behavior Analysis Practice (2016) 9: 329. doi:10.1007/s40617-016-0136-x
Shadow our team to learn more about ABA services from an inside perspective!
Students who intern with us typically come from an education, behavioral sciences, communication sciences, or nursing background and receive academic credit through independent study at their university. We provide opportunities for interns to observe 1:1 therapy sessions, diagnostic testing and evaluations, natural environment activities (recess, science projects), social skills groups, daily living routines (feeding, self-care) and classroom instruction, as well as program planning, professional development, and the general comradery of clinical service provision. Students will have access to a variety of professionals and observe the ways in which their roles and responsibilities support a team-based approach to service provision.
Our team includes Board Certified Behavior Analysts, therapists, certified Master’s level classroom teachers, psychologists, and speech pathologists. We employ play-based approaches to teaching children ages 18 months to 14 years. Internships do not include monetary compensation.
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding our internship opportunities.
“CAC’s supervision program gave me more than just the hours I needed to sit for my certification exam. The quality supervision I was given through my employment at CAC allowed me to become a more successful therapist and significantly improved and enhanced my knowledge and practice of ABA.” -Recently certified behavior analyst
“The entire staff at CAC has such great passion for ABA which makes for a highly supportive work atmosphere. CAC’s collaborative environment allows a diverse group of analysts from different backgrounds and with different experiences and educations to develop well-rounded, multi-faceted, effective programs for our clients.” -Experienced BCBA