The School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) and the Center for Autism at Oakland University is seeking a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in good standing with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB).  Candidates should have a strong background in the following: administering verbal behavior assessments (including ABLLS and VB MAPP), conducting language, play, and skill-based assessments; behavioral assessment, functional behavior assessment and functional analysis methodology; program development and program implementation for skill development in the areas of communication, social interactions, academics, and functional living skills, in addition to programming for the reduction of aberrant behavior.

Required Qualifications

    • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis, Special Education or Psychology
    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst in good standing


  • The ability to conduct themselves as a leader and provide feedback and guidance to all staff.


  • At least two to four years of experience providing services to individuals with developmental disabilities, including at least 120 hours of direct services to individuals with complex behavior problems.
  • Solid knowledge of the fundamental principles and practice of Applied Behavior Analysis. This includes functional analysis methodology, verbal behavior, and ethical standards in behavior analysis
  • Work collaboratively as part of a comprehensive team to provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Ability to work independently, with great attention to details, and prioritize tasks/goals for self and others
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills with individuals and groups at all professional levels

Time Commitment

  • Clinic Supervision
    • 8:00-5:00, 5 days a week BCBA on site
    • Scheduling: Adjust schedule as necessary to account for absences

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Skills and Experiences



  • 2 Weekly meetings with ABA Director and Office Manager


        • Updates on client progress
        • Discuss budget, procedures, and systems


  • Curriculum modifications for 10-12 preschool or school-aged children diagnosed with autism.


      • Conduct curriculum assessments including the VB-MAPP
      • Conduct functional assessments/analyses and develop behavior intervention plans to treat challenging behaviors
      • Develop treatment goals, protocols, and data collections systems
      • Complete intake, reassessment, and quarterly reports
      • Weekly review of each program
      • Daily modifications
      • Review of weekly progress notes
      • Summarize and analyze data
      • Develop and oversee transition/discharge plan


  • Supervision of Behavior Technicians


      • Conduct and oversee staff training
      • Conduct competency assessments
      • Provide feedback and evaluations for staff
      • Complete treatment integrity checks for staff


  • Provide supervision to BCBA and BCaBA trainees at the ABA Clinic and at other sites in accordance with board guidelines and insurance requirements
  • Parent or caregiver training


    • Train and consult with caregivers and other professional
    • Twice a month progress meetings
    • Weekly parent training with some families
    • Twice a year group parent trainings
Contact: Jessica Kornder [email protected]