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Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidence-based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self. Does this resonate with you? Find your why in ABA with our ever-growing team! We look forward to meeting you!

Do you have specific questions? Not sure what position is right for you? Excited but overwhelmed with our growing list of options? Contact our Recruitment Team! 


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Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

 


 

 

  • ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Apollo, PA Apply Details
    Department: BHT-PA-Armstrong
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    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Apollo, PA  Department: BHT-PA-Armstrong
    Type: Part Time

     ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)-Apollo, PA.

    Start your career without a college degree! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    Achieving True Self wants to help you begin your journey.

    Do you have a passion for changing the lives of children? Do you want to make a positive impact on children and their families? 

    Become a BHT/RBT! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    At ATS, you have the opportunity to make a change in the life of a child. As a Behavior Health Technician, you will use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to provide personalized behavior support services in homes and/or community settings. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while applying individualized treatment! You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify. 
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like pet insurance. 
    • Performance reviews conducted with supervisors to foster professional development.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities for those who want to go back for continued education.
    • We offer paid training for your Registered Behavior Technician certification within the first month of employment.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • We provide a company chromebook to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and your availability.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    Are you the right fit for a career as a BT/RBT? Do you have…

    • An unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to those we serve?
    • Professional experience working with children or individuals with disabilities? Ex: Nanny, Day Care Professional, Teacher, Camp Counselor, Paraprofessional/TSS, Direct Support Professionals or,
    • Educational experience in a field that relates to our industry? Ex: Psychology, Education/Special Education, Sociology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work.
    • Proof of high school diploma or transcripts and are you at least 18 years old?
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, a good driving record and your own reliable vehicle? Ride sharing and public transportation are not permitted for this position.
    • Ability to work during evenings and after school hours? Client sessions are typically after school, Monday-Friday, and 2-6 hours in length.
    • Ability to start working in a part time role as we develop and grow your caseload. 
    • Ability to use technology for documentation completion and administrative responsibilities? 

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for them.
    • Be a part of the ongoing success and achievement of our young clients by focusing on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Carry out individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans to support our young clients within the home and community setting.
    • Collect data as defined within the plan and record in our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. 
    • Help to guide and support families and caregivers to implement new skills.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Apollo, PA  Department: BHT-PA-Armstrong
    Type: Part Time
  • ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Ford City, PA Apply Details
    Department: BHT-PA-Armstrong
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    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Ford City, PA  Department: BHT-PA-Armstrong
    Type: Part Time

     ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)-Apollo, PA.

    Start your career without a college degree! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    Achieving True Self wants to help you begin your journey.

    Do you have a passion for changing the lives of children? Do you want to make a positive impact on children and their families? 

    Become a BHT/RBT! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    At ATS, you have the opportunity to make a change in the life of a child. As a Behavior Health Technician, you will use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to provide personalized behavior support services in homes and/or community settings. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while applying individualized treatment! You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify. 
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like pet insurance. 
    • Performance reviews conducted with supervisors to foster professional development.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities for those who want to go back for continued education.
    • We offer paid training for your Registered Behavior Technician certification within the first month of employment.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • We provide a company chromebook to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and your availability.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    Are you the right fit for a career as a BT/RBT? Do you have…

    • An unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to those we serve?
    • Professional experience working with children or individuals with disabilities? Ex: Nanny, Day Care Professional, Teacher, Camp Counselor, Paraprofessional/TSS, Direct Support Professionals or,
    • Educational experience in a field that relates to our industry? Ex: Psychology, Education/Special Education, Sociology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work.
    • Proof of high school diploma or transcripts and are you at least 18 years old?
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, a good driving record and your own reliable vehicle? Ride sharing and public transportation are not permitted for this position.
    • Ability to work during evenings and after school hours? Client sessions are typically after school, Monday-Friday, and 2-6 hours in length.
    • Ability to start working in a part time role as we develop and grow your caseload. 
    • Ability to use technology for documentation completion and administrative responsibilities? 

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for them.
    • Be a part of the ongoing success and achievement of our young clients by focusing on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Carry out individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans to support our young clients within the home and community setting.
    • Collect data as defined within the plan and record in our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. 
    • Help to guide and support families and caregivers to implement new skills.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Ford City, PA  Department: BHT-PA-Armstrong
    Type: Part Time
  • ABA Behavior Technician (BT)

    Location: Clarksburg, WV Apply Details
    Department: BT-WV-Harrison
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    ABA Behavior Technician (BT)

    Location: Clarksburg, WV  Department: BT-WV-Harrison
    Type: Part Time

    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)-Clarksburg, WV.

    Start your career without a college degree! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    Achieving True Self wants to help you begin your journey.

    Do you have a passion for changing the lives of children? Do you want to make a positive impact on children and their families? 

    Become a BHT/RBT! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    At ATS, you have the opportunity to make a change in the life of a child. As a Behavior Health Technician, you will use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to provide personalized behavior support services in homes and/or community settings. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while applying individualized treatment! You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify. 
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like pet insurance. 
    • Performance reviews conducted with supervisors to foster professional development.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities for those who want to go back for continued education.
    • We offer paid training for your Registered Behavior Technician certification within the first month of employment.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • We provide a company chromebook to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and your availability.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    Are you the right fit for a career as a BT/RBT? Do you have…

    • An unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to those we serve?
    • Professional experience working with children or individuals with disabilities? Ex: Nanny, Day Care Professional, Teacher, Camp Counselor, Paraprofessional/TSS, Direct Support Professionals or,
    • Educational experience in a field that relates to our industry? Ex: Psychology, Education/Special Education, Sociology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work.
    • Proof of high school diploma or transcripts and are you at least 18 years old?
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, a good driving record and your own reliable vehicle? Ride sharing and public transportation are not permitted for this position.
    • Ability to work during evenings and after school hours? Client sessions are typically after school, Monday-Friday, and 2-6 hours in length.
    • Ability to start working in a part time role as we develop and grow your caseload. 
    • Ability to use technology for documentation completion and administrative responsibilities? 

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for them.
    • Be a part of the ongoing success and achievement of our young clients by focusing on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Carry out individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans to support our young clients within the home and community setting.
    • Collect data as defined within the plan and record in our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. 
    • Help to guide and support families and caregivers to implement new skills.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    ABA Behavior Technician (BT)

    Location: Clarksburg, WV  Department: BT-WV-Harrison
    Type: Part Time
  • ABA Behavior Technician (BT)

    Location: Martinsburg, WV Apply Details
    Department: BT-WV-Berkeley
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    ABA Behavior Technician (BT)

    Location: Martinsburg, WV  Department: BT-WV-Berkeley
    Type: Part Time

    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)-Martinsburg, WV.

    Start your career without a college degree! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    Achieving True Self wants to help you begin your journey.

    Do you have a passion for changing the lives of children? Do you want to make a positive impact on children and their families? 

    Become a BHT/RBT! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    At ATS, you have the opportunity to make a change in the life of a child. As a Behavior Health Technician, you will use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to provide personalized behavior support services in homes and/or community settings. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while applying individualized treatment! You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify. 
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like pet insurance. 
    • Performance reviews conducted with supervisors to foster professional development.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities for those who want to go back for continued education.
    • We offer paid training for your Registered Behavior Technician certification within the first month of employment.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • We provide a company chromebook to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and your availability.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    Are you the right fit for a career as a BT/RBT? Do you have…

    • An unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to those we serve?
    • Professional experience working with children or individuals with disabilities? Ex: Nanny, Day Care Professional, Teacher, Camp Counselor, Paraprofessional/TSS, Direct Support Professionals or,
    • Educational experience in a field that relates to our industry? Ex: Psychology, Education/Special Education, Sociology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work.
    • Proof of high school diploma or transcripts and are you at least 18 years old?
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, a good driving record and your own reliable vehicle? Ride sharing and public transportation are not permitted for this position.
    • Ability to work during evenings and after school hours? Client sessions are typically after school, Monday-Friday, and 2-6 hours in length.
    • Ability to start working in a part time role as we develop and grow your caseload. 
    • Ability to use technology for documentation completion and administrative responsibilities? 

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for them.
    • Be a part of the ongoing success and achievement of our young clients by focusing on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Carry out individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans to support our young clients within the home and community setting.
    • Collect data as defined within the plan and record in our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. 
    • Help to guide and support families and caregivers to implement new skills.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    ABA Behavior Technician (BT)

    Location: Martinsburg, WV  Department: BT-WV-Berkeley
    Type: Part Time
  • ABA Behavioral Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Waynesboro, PA Apply Details
    Department: BHT - PA - Franklin
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    ABA Behavioral Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Waynesboro, PA  Department: BHT - PA - Franklin
    Type: Part Time

    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

    Start your career without a college degree! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    Achieving True Self wants to help you begin your journey.

    Do you have a passion for changing the lives of children? Do you want to make a positive impact on children and their families? 

    At ATS, you have the opportunity to make a change in the life of a child. As a Behavior Health Technician, you will use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to provide personalized behavior support services in homes and/or community settings. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while applying individualized treatment! You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify. 
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like pet insurance. 
    • Performance reviews conducted with supervisors to foster professional development.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities for those who want to go back for continued education.
    • We offer paid training for your Registered Behavior Technician certification within the first month of employment.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • We provide a company chromebook to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and your availability.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    Are you the right fit for a career as a BT/RBT? Do you have…

    • An unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to those we serve?
    • Professional experience working with children or individuals with disabilities? Ex: Nanny, Day Care Professional, Teacher, Camp Counselor, Paraprofessional/TSS, Direct Support Professionals or,
    • Educational experience in a field that relates to our industry? Ex: Psychology, Education/Special Education, Sociology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work.
    • Proof of high school diploma or transcripts and are you at least 18 years old?
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, a good driving record and your own reliable vehicle? Ride sharing and public transportation are not permitted for this position.
    • Ability to work during evenings and after school hours? Client sessions are typically after school, Monday-Friday, and 2-6 hours in length.
    • Ability to start working in a part time role as we develop and grow your caseload. 
    • Ability to use technology for documentation completion and administrative responsibilities? 

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for them.
    • Be a part of the ongoing success and achievement of our young clients by focusing on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Carry out individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans to support our young clients within the home and community setting.
    • Collect data as defined within the plan and record in our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. 
    • Help to guide and support families and caregivers to implement new skills.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    ABA Behavioral Health Technician (BHT)

    Location: Waynesboro, PA  Department: BHT - PA - Franklin
    Type: Part Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: McConnellsburg, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Fulton
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: McConnellsburg, PA  Department: BC- PA- Fulton
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- McConnellsburg, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: McConnellsburg, PA  Department: BC- PA- Fulton
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Kittanning, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Armstrong
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Kittanning, PA  Department: BC- PA- Armstrong
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Kittanning, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Kittanning, PA  Department: BC- PA- Armstrong
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Chambersburg, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA - Franklin
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Chambersburg, PA  Department: BC- PA - Franklin
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 

    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Chambersburg, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Chambersburg, PA  Department: BC- PA - Franklin
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: York, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- York
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: York, PA  Department: BC- PA- York
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- York, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: York, PA  Department: BC- PA- York
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Irwin, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA - Westmoreland
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Irwin, PA  Department: BC- PA - Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 

    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Irwin, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Irwin, PA  Department: BC- PA - Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Lancaster, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Lancaster
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Lancaster, PA  Department: BC- PA- Lancaster
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Lancaster, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Lancaster, PA  Department: BC- PA- Lancaster
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Carlisle, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Cumberland
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Carlisle, PA  Department: BC- PA- Cumberland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- LOCATION

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Carlisle, PA  Department: BC- PA- Cumberland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Waynesboro, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Franklin
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Waynesboro, PA  Department: BC- PA- Franklin
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)-Waynesboro, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Waynesboro, PA  Department: BC- PA- Franklin
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Washington, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Washington
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Washington, PA  Department: BC- PA- Washington
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Washington, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Washington, PA  Department: BC- PA- Washington
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Harrisburg, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA - Dauphin
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Harrisburg, PA  Department: BC- PA - Dauphin
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 

    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Harrisburg, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Harrisburg, PA  Department: BC- PA - Dauphin
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Indiana, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA - Indiana
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Indiana, PA  Department: BC- PA - Indiana
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's.
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Indiana, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Indiana, PA  Department: BC- PA - Indiana
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Greensburg, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC-PA- Westmoreland
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Greensburg, PA  Department: BC-PA- Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Greensburg, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Greensburg, PA  Department: BC-PA- Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Mechanicsburg, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Cumberland
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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Mechanicsburg, PA  Department: BC- PA- Cumberland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Mechanicsburg, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Mechanicsburg, PA  Department: BC- PA- Cumberland
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Cranberry Township, PA, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA-Butler
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    Behavior Consultant/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Cranberry Township, PA, PA  Department: BC- PA-Butler
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Cranberry, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Cranberry Township, PA, PA  Department: BC- PA-Butler
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Behavior Consultant/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Mercer, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA-Mercer
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    Behavior Consultant/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Mercer, PA  Department: BC- PA-Mercer
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BC's and BCBA's. 
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Cranberry, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team? 

    • 1. PA License as a psychologist, professional counselor, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, social worker, or behavior specialist AND 1 of the Following:  
      • BCaBA/BCBA Certification 
      • Minimum of 1 year of full time experience providing ABA services and 12 credits in ABA 
      • Minimum of 1 year full time experience providing ABA under the supervision of a BCBA, AND 40 hours of ABA training
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Behavior Consultant/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Mercer, PA  Department: BC- PA-Mercer
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Bilingual Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)- Spanish

    Location: Hagerstown, MD Apply Details
    Department: RBT-MD-Washington
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    Bilingual Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)- Spanish

    Location: Hagerstown, MD  Department: RBT-MD-Washington
    Type: Part Time

    ABA Behavior Health Technician (BHT)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)-Hyattsville, MD. 

    Start your career without a college degree! We provide PAID TRAINING TO BECOME AN RBT!

    Achieving True Self wants to help you begin your journey.

    Do you have a passion for changing the lives of children? Do you want to make a positive impact on children and their families? 

    At ATS, you have the opportunity to make a change in the life of a child. As a Behavior Health Technician, you will use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to provide personalized behavior support services in homes and/or community settings. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while applying individualized treatment! You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify. 
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like pet insurance. 
    • Performance reviews conducted with supervisors to foster professional development.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities for those who want to go back for continued education.
    • We offer paid training for your Registered Behavior Technician certification within the first month of employment.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • We provide a company chromebook to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and your availability.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    Are you the right fit for a career as a BT/RBT? Do you have…

    • An unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to those we serve?
    • Professional experience working with children or individuals with disabilities? Ex: Nanny, Day Care Professional, Teacher, Camp Counselor, Paraprofessional/TSS, Direct Support Professionals or,
    • Educational experience in a field that relates to our industry? Ex: Psychology, Education/Special Education, Sociology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Social Work.
    • Proof of high school diploma or transcripts and are you at least 18 years old?
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, a good driving record and your own reliable vehicle? Ride sharing and public transportation are not permitted for this position.
    • Ability to work during evenings and after school hours? Client sessions are typically after school, Monday-Friday, and 2-6 hours in length.
    • Ability to start working in a part time role as we develop and grow your caseload. 
    • Ability to use technology for documentation completion and administrative responsibilities? 

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for them.
    • Be a part of the ongoing success and achievement of our young clients by focusing on their strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Carry out individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans to support our young clients within the home and community setting.
    • Collect data as defined within the plan and record in our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. 
    • Help to guide and support families and caregivers to implement new skills.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Bilingual Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)- Spanish

    Location: Hagerstown, MD  Department: RBT-MD-Washington
    Type: Part Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Glen Burnie, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Anne Arundel
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Glen Burnie, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Anne Arundel
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Glen Burnie, Md.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Glen Burnie, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Anne Arundel
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Martinsburg, WV Apply Details
    Department: BCBA-WV-Berkeley
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Martinsburg, WV  Department: BCBA-WV-Berkeley
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Martinsburg, WV.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Location: Martinsburg, WV  Department: BCBA-WV-Berkeley
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Bethesda, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Montgomery County,
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Bethesda, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Montgomery County,
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Bethesda, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Bethesda, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Montgomery County,
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Westminster, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Carroll
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Westminster, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Carroll
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's.
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Westminster, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Westminster, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Carroll
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Rockville, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD-Montgomery
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Rockville, MD  Department: BCBA- MD-Montgomery
    Type: Part Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Rockville, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Rockville, MD  Department: BCBA- MD-Montgomery
    Type: Part Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Brandywine, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Brandywine, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is hiring BCBA's.
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)-Brandywine, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Brandywine, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Waldorf, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Charles
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Waldorf, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Charles
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is hiring BCBA's.
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Waldorf, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Waldorf, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Charles
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Capitol Heights, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Capitol Heights, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Capital Heights, Md.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Capitol Heights, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Laurel, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Laurel, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is hiring BCBA's.
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Laurel, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Location: Laurel, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Morgantown, WV Apply Details
    Department: BCBA-WV-Monongalia
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Morgantown, WV  Department: BCBA-WV-Monongalia
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)-Mogantown, WV.


    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Morgantown, WV  Department: BCBA-WV-Monongalia
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Beltsville, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA-MD
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Beltsville, MD  Department: BCBA-MD
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Beltsville, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Beltsville, MD  Department: BCBA-MD
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Elkton, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Cecil
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Elkton, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Cecil
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's.
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Elkton, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Elkton, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Cecil
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Frederick, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Frederick
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Frederick, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Frederick
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)-Frederick, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Frederick, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Frederick
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Bel Air, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD-Harford
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Bel Air, MD  Department: BCBA- MD-Harford
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Bel Air, Md.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Bel Air, MD  Department: BCBA- MD-Harford
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Hyattsville, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Hyattsville, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Hyattsville, Md.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Hyattsville, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Prince George
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Hagerstown, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Hagerstown, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's!
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Hagerstown, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Hagerstown, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Oakland, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Garrett
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Oakland, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Garrett
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's.
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Oakland, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Garrett
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: White Marsh, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Baltimore
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: White Marsh, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Baltimore
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- White Marsh, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: White Marsh, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Baltimore
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Alexandria, VA Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- VA-Fairfax
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Alexandria, VA  Department: BCBA- VA-Fairfax
    Type: Part Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 

    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Alexandria, VA.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Alexandria, VA  Department: BCBA- VA-Fairfax
    Type: Part Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Pittsburgh, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Allegheny
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Pittsburgh, PA  Department: BC- PA- Allegheny
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is hiring Behavior Consultants (BC's) and Behavior Analysts (BCBA's).
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Pittsburgh, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Pittsburgh, PA  Department: BC- PA- Allegheny
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Baltimore, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Baltimore
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Baltimore, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Baltimore
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's!
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Hagerstown, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Baltimore, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Baltimore
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Monroeville, PA Apply Details
    Department: BC- PA- Allegheny
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Monroeville, PA  Department: BC- PA- Allegheny
    Type: Part Time to Full Time

    Achieving True Self is hiring Behavior Consultants (BC's) and Behavior Analysts (BCBA's).
    Behavior Consultant (BC)/Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Pittsburgh, Pa.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BC and BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BC’s and BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BC’s and BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BC/BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Location: Monroeville, PA  Department: BC- PA- Allegheny
    Type: Part Time to Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Jessup, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Jessup, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)-Jessup, Md.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Location: Jessup, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
    Type: Full Time
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Silver Spring, MD Apply Details
    Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
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    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Location: Silver Spring, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for BCBA's. 
    Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)- Silver Spring, MD.

    We believe wholeheartedly that people matter -- and that begins with our staff who are providing medically necessary, critical life-changing services to individuals and families. It’s not just talk… Ask one of our clinical staff, we’ll arrange a call for you.

    Achieving True Self (ATS) wants to be a part of your professional journey! Find a new home for the holidays with ATS!

    As part of  Achieving True Self, it is the responsibility of the BCBA to conduct various assessments and, based on behavior analytics, design ABA treatment plans for our young clients. BCBA’s provide training and supervision to BCBA supervisees and our Registered Behavior Technicians and supervises and monitors treatment progress of a client. They can also provide training to parents/guardians and other responsible parties for the client. You will have the ability to collaborate with like minded professionals and opportunities for continuing education to build your knowledge and skills. You will feel empowered to thrive, contribute, and ultimately feel appreciated.

    What are the benefits of working with Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • Sign on bonus for positions based on billable hours requirement for those that qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too, like Pet Insurance!
    • You are paid indirect time for travel reimbursement, training and mentoring; included in your total weekly hours.
    • You will have caseloads that support an ability to provide clinical excellence to your young clients within your desired locations. At ATS, we strive for work/life balance. 
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow and advance with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, graduate program partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • You will experience cohesive team work that includes daily operational and administrative support.
    • We provide a company laptop to record your data collection and analytics during sessions.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What qualifications do I need to join the ATS team?

    • Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field and be recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
    • Be licensed as a Behavior Specialist/Analyst. 
    • An inherent desire to train, supervise and develop new BHTs and RBTs, to help support exceptional clinical outcomes for our kiddos.  
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance and a good driving record is required.
    • New grads are encouraged to apply!

    What are the responsibilities of an ATS BCBA?

    • Be able to smile, laugh, have fun, play, be silly, nurture, have compassion, forgive, be present, be open, and make learning fun for your young clients.
    • Be available for sessions in the evenings and after school at least 3 days a week. 
    • Ability to start working in a part time role, where needed, as we develop and grow your caseload.
    • Deliver exceptional, consumer-focused, evidence-based treatment through ethical interactions.
    • Emphasize individual motivation and engagement to create the space for ongoing progress.
    • Complete initial evidence-based assessments and reassessments per deadline.
    • Assess the family’s and consumer's strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences.
    • Implement individualized treatment and behavior intervention plans, facilitating skill transfer to all caregivers.
    • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records.
    • Be a steward of ATS’s mission, vision, values, and beliefs.

    Our mission.

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

     

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    Location: Silver Spring, MD  Department: BCBA- MD- Washington
    Type: Full Time
  • Day Care Director-Center for Learning and Belonging at Achieving True Self

    Location: Irwin, PA Apply Details
    Department: CLB-Admin
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    Day Care Director-Center for Learning and Belonging at Achieving True Self

    Location: Irwin, PA  Department: CLB-Admin
    Type: Full Time

    Director-Center for Learning and Belonging at Achieving True Self- Irwin, PA. 

    The Center for Learning and Belonging is seeking a Day Care Director who wants to make a big impact in the lives of young children we are proud to care for each and every day.

    The Director of the Center of Learning and Belonging is responsible for the effective functioning of the daycare facility, as well as staff.  This position will be responsible for maintaining a safe and fun environment for children and maintaining the safety of the facility for children’s use.  The Director of the Center of Learning and Belonging immediately reports any concerns to the children’s parents and guardians if any should arise.  You will be an important part of a thriving and collaborative team that is always open to new ideas. If you want to love to come to work everyday, CLB is the home for you!

    What are the benefits of working with the Center for Learning and Belonging at Achieving True Self?

    • Competitive salary.
    • Full-time, exempt position.
    • Bi-weekly paydays.
    • Paid time off.
    • Medical, dental, vision, retirement options with employer match, and employee assistance programs.
    • Supplemental insurance to include short term disability options for those that qualify.
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • A company that strives for work/life balance.

    The best perk we can offer is to provide you with a chance to make a difference in young lives knowing that the early years are important for laying the foundation for a child’s future, all while working with talented and dedicated people who love what they do.

    What are the responsibilities of the Director of the Center for Learning and Belonging?

    • Plans and develops daily program activities.
    • Hires and trains new daycare staff.
    • Assists and coordinates the activities and duties of all daycare staff including group supervisor, assistant group supervisors, and daycare aides.
    • Assists with maintaining the well-being of children under their care.
    • Ensures the daycare facility is safe and well maintained including checking safety equipment, removing hazards, and ensures facility is always clean and orderly.
    • Markets and promotes awareness of the facility and available services.
    • Meets with parents and staff to discuss and learning or behavior issues.
    • Maintains general responsibility for the facility.
    • Administers facility finances, personnel, maintenance, meal planning and preparation.
    • Manages programs facilities and objectives.
    • Designates duties and responsibilities to staff in directors’ absence.
    • Performs written evaluations of staff.
    • Attends and participates in daily/weekly/monthly team meetings.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the Center of Learning and Belonging. 

    What are the qualifications needed for a Director? 

    • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in early childhood, child development, special education, elementary education, or a human services field and 1 year of experience working with children.
    • A Bachelor’s degree with 30 credits from an accredited college or university in early childhood, child development, special education, elementary education, or a human services field and 2 year of experience with children.
    • An Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in early childhood, child development, special education, elementary education, or a human services field and 3 years of experience with children.
    • An Associate’s degree with 30 credits from an accredited college or university in early childhood, child development, special education, elementary education, or a human services field with 4 years of experience with children.
    • Strong ability to multi-task and problem-solve. 
    • Good organization, communication, and attention to detail. 
    • Positive, friendly attitude. 
    • Must be flexible and adaptable to rapid changes in the daily work environment and be resourceful in solving problems. 

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Day Care Director-Center for Learning and Belonging at Achieving True Self

    Location: Irwin, PA  Department: CLB-Admin
    Type: Full Time
  • Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Latrobe, PA Apply Details
    Department: IDA-HAB-Westmoreland
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    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Latrobe, PA  Department: IDA-HAB-Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for Habilitation Aide Specialists to joining our team!

    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB) - Westmoreland County, PA

    A new career for the new year? Achieving True Self wants to invest in you!

    At ATS, you will have the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a client. As an Intellectual Disabilities/Autism (ID/A) Habilitation Aide Specialist you will provide direct support services for our clients in their homes or in the community setting. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while providing one-on-one support to help them achieve their truest self.  

    As a Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB), we offer you paid training, opportunities for external education, and professional development. You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    Where is ATS providing HAB Aide services?

    • Westmoreland County, PA

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too!
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We offer paid training for you to be able to advance in your career.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • A company chromebook is provided to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and availability.
    • A company that strives for work/life balance.

    What are the required qualifications?

    • High school diploma or GED equivalent.
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, good driving record, and a reliable vehicle.
    • Ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs.

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Complete necessary documentation for each service provided, collect, and evaluate any applicable data and progress, and assess and further work with the team to develop positive strategies of support 
    • Provide direct support in accordance with the plan and ODP guidelines
    • Provide supports to children and adults in home and community-based settings to acquire, maintain and improve skills necessary to live in the community, to live more independently, and to participate meaningfully in community life.
    • Provide assistance, support, and guidance with self-care, maintaining health and well-being, home management, communication, mobility, relationship development and socialization, participation in community activities
    • Provide transportation for consumers to be able to attend engagement activities within the community, such as, but not limited to, community events, social appointments, errands, and volunteer activities.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?:

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations, and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Latrobe, PA  Department: IDA-HAB-Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time
  • Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Murrysville, PA Apply Details
    Department: IDA-HAB Westmoreland
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    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Murrysville, PA  Department: IDA-HAB Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time

    Habilitation (HAB) Aide Specialist- Jeannette, PA

    Achieving True Self wants to invest in you!

    At ATS, you will have the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a client. As an Intellectual Disabilities/Autism (ID/A) Habilitation Aide Specialist you will provide direct support services for our clients in their homes or in the community setting. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while providing one-on-one support to help them achieve their truest self.  

    As a Habilitation (HAB) Aide Specialist, we offer you paid training, opportunities for external education, and professional development. You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    Where is ATS providing HAB Aide services?

    • Westmoreland County, PA

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too!
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • A company device is provided to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and availability.
    • A company that strives for work/life balance.

    What are the required qualifications of a HAB Aide?

    • High school diploma or GED equivalent.
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, good driving record, and a reliable vehicle.
    • Ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs.

    What are the core responsibilities of a HAB Aide?

    • Complete necessary documentation for each service provided, collect, and evaluate any applicable data and progress, and assess and further work with the team to develop positive strategies of support 
    • Provide direct support in accordance with the plan and ODP guidelines
    • Provide supports to children and adults in home and community-based settings to acquire, maintain and improve skills necessary to live in the community, to live more independently, and to participate meaningfully in community life.
    • Provide assistance, support, and guidance with self-care, maintaining health and well-being, home management, communication, mobility, relationship development and socialization, participation in community activities
    • Provide transportation for consumers to be able to attend engagement activities within the community, such as, but not limited to, community events, social appointments, errands, and volunteer activities.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?:

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations, and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Murrysville, PA  Department: IDA-HAB Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time
  • Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Irwin, PA Apply Details
    Department: IDA-HAB-Westmoreland
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    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB)

    Location: Irwin, PA  Department: IDA-HAB-Westmoreland
    Type: Part Time

    Achieving True Self is looking for Habilitation Aide Specialists / Direct Support Professionals (DSP) to joining our team!

    Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB) - Westmoreland County, PA

    A new career for the new year? Achieving True Self wants to invest in you!

    At ATS, you will have the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a client. As an Intellectual Disabilities/Autism (ID/A) Habilitation Aide Specialist you will provide direct support services for our clients in their homes or in the community setting. You will get to have fun and let your personality shine while providing one-on-one support to help them achieve their truest self.  

    As a Habilitation Aide Specialist (HAB), we offer you paid training, opportunities for external education, and professional development. You will be a part of an exceptionally supportive work environment where team members thrive, feel valued, and are ultimately appreciated for their contributions.

    Where is ATS providing HAB Aide services?

    • Westmoreland County, PA

    What are the benefits of working at Achieving True Self?

    • We offer bi-weekly, competitive pay, along with paid time off, and floating holidays for those who qualify.
    • We offer medical, dental, vision, and retirement options, as well as supplemental insurance and short term disability plans for those who qualify.  
    • We offer an entirely free and confidential employee assistance program that gives you access to mental health, financial health, legal services, and wellness benefits that can be used for you and your family. This includes a discount program too!
    • We “Hire to Retire” providing you with the tools necessary to grow with Achieving True Self. Tuition discounts, college and university partnerships, and continued education and supervision opportunities. 
    • We offer paid training for you to be able to advance in your career.
    • We celebrate differences and thrive on diversity. We are committed to an inclusive-company culture, where team members can thrive and feel valued.
    • A company chromebook is provided to record your data during sessions. 
    • Travel time reimbursement; included in your total weekly hours.
    • Considerate client matching based on your location and availability.
    • A company that strives for work/life balance.

    What are the required qualifications?

    • High school diploma or GED equivalent.
    • A valid driver's license with proof of car insurance, good driving record, and a reliable vehicle.
    • Ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs.

    What are the core responsibilities?

    • Complete necessary documentation for each service provided, collect, and evaluate any applicable data and progress, and assess and further work with the team to develop positive strategies of support 
    • Provide direct support in accordance with the plan and ODP guidelines
    • Provide supports to children and adults in home and community-based settings to acquire, maintain and improve skills necessary to live in the community, to live more independently, and to participate meaningfully in community life.
    • Provide assistance, support, and guidance with self-care, maintaining health and well-being, home management, communication, mobility, relationship development and socialization, participation in community activities
    • Provide transportation for consumers to be able to attend engagement activities within the community, such as, but not limited to, community events, social appointments, errands, and volunteer activities.

    Who is ATS, and What is our Mission?:

    Achieving True Self is passionately cultivating and inspiring growth through the delivery of evidenced based treatment to assist individuals, families, organizations, and their surrounding communities to achieve their self-defined goals. Through a supportive organizational culture focused on developing and retaining team members, we are determined to change the world by instilling hope and helping each person whose life we touch achieve their truest self.

    People matter. A concept so simply stated, yet powerfully embraced.

    Achieving True Self is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that celebrates differences and thrives on diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of their age, ancestry, color, citizenship status, creed, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, orientation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any protected category or characteristic prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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    Type: Part Time
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    IDD/A Program Specialist

    Location: Irwin, PA  Department: IDD/A Admin
    Type: Full Time

    Achieving True Self-Irwin, PA.

    Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Autism Program Specialist


    Achieving True Self is expanding, and we have an INCREDIBLE opportunity for an exceptional IDD/A Program Specialist and we are looking to our current team members to fill the role!

    The IDD/A Program Specialist at Achieving True Self will provide direct support with individuals we proudly serve at ATS in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities/Autism Department. An ID/A Program Specialist would be involved in assisting in the development, implementation, and evaluation of services for individuals with a diagnosis of ID/A through the coordination of services in accordance with their Individual Support Plan (ISP) with guidelines established by Achieving True Self based on principles of evidence-based practices and by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) in Pennsylvania. They will work with an unstoppable passion for excellence and an unquestionable commitment to ensuring those we serve always receive individualized support and outcomes while receiving our services. 

    What are the responsibilities of the IDD/A Program Specialist? 

    • Assist in development and implementation of new service lines within the ID/A program to include: updating of policies and work protocols as warranted while maintaining State, County and ATS requirements and standards.  
    • Coordinate service lines with initial and ongoing through implementation within program guidelines. 
    • Assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of services for individuals through the coordination of services for the consumers. 
    • Provide direct support in accordance with the consumers plan and also ODP guidelines.
    • Complete necessary documentation for each service provided, collect and evaluate any applicable data relating to service and progress on objectives, and will continue to assess and further work with the team to develop positive strategies of support
    • Complete session planning materials. 
    • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications and establishing personal networks, a