TherapyTravelers places BCBA jobs in either local or traveling placements in schools around the grand canyon state.
Our BCBAs enjoy personalized support, top-of market compensation and benefits, and strong work/life balance.
TherapyTravelers contracts with school districts throughout the United States to place top BCBAs with the right opportunities.
Due to our strong relationships with schools, we’re able to provide our clinicians with information on open positions as soon as they become available.
Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K matching, paid holidays, PTO and sick days, and CEU membership and reimbursement.
TherapyTravelers provides a dedicated relationship manager to advocate on behalf of our clinicians, allowing you to focus on the kids who need you.
“The reason I continue to work with TherapyTravelers is the pay for one is great, the benefits, the 401K match is awesome. Another reason is my relationship manager. She genuinely cares about what I do on a day to day basis.”
– Riley, Speech Language Pathologist
A board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) is a specialist who provides supervision of behavior in order to encourage healthier, more productive behavioral changes.
If you’re on the lookout for job ads in this area, TherapyTravelers’ easy to navigate site has all the latest openings for part and full-time vacancies, and more – finding BCBA jobs in Texas has never been easier!
Working as a behavior analyst can be an incredibly rewarding career path, as your supervision and advice can make a significant difference to the quality of life of your patients.
Working full-time as BCBA in schools will give you hands-on experience with special needs children and allow you to help vulnerable young people.
Under the supervision of a BCBA, patients learn to manage and moderate their behavior in a way that will help them to achieve greater success.
Board-certified behavior analysts use Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) techniques to identify and help to change challenging behaviors in individuals.
Some behavior analysts will specialize in a certain area in order to treat patients with specific behavioral disorders and developmental issues. The supervision and advice of a BCBA can be vital to the quality of life of your patients.
To work as a BCBA, you will need a Master’s degree or equivalent in a related field and your board certification. You can then begin to work providing ABA services to patients.
It is common to practice ABA therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder, though the techniques can also be used in other situations.
Job type experience level may vary, but most employers will want to see significant experience working with people with special needs in addition to the required education level.
As the second most populous of the United States, Texas is full of potential employers looking for a board-certified behavior analyst.
Jobs for behavior analysts and behavior technicians are more likely to be available in larger cities, such as Dallas or Houston, TX. The supervision of a BCBA may be required at schools or Action Behavior Centers.
TherapyTravelers allows you to view job ads based on experience and location, helping you to find the perfect fit for your individual situation.
You can search companies and locations in Dallas and beyond for employment in this area.
In addition, as a services provider, TherapyTravelers offers many benefits such as health insurance, a 401K, and opportunities for paid professional development.
TherapyTravelers will support your career as a BCBA, offering the best-suited jobs and helping you to put your specific skill-set to good use.
Just search the TherapyTravelers page for BCBA-related jobs and employers in TX. Whether in Dallas, Houston, or wherever else, there are some great opportunities for a board-certified behavior analyst.
You can contact a program supervisor with any query you may have, and begin your journey as a behavior analyst today!
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