Board Certified Behavior Analyst (Bcba)

The Stepping Stones Group Providence , RI 02940

Posted 1 month ago

The Stepping Stones Group is Transforming Careers. We're here for you every step of the way! Board Certified Behavior Analyst school-based openings in Providence, RI for the 21/22 SY!

Join our team and together, we will continue our mission of transforming the lives of children and families, improving the quality of therapeutic and behavioral services, and joining with like-minded therapists, clinicians and educators in order to have a greater impact in our communities.

We offer Clinical Support at every stage of your career, Professional Development, Comprehensive Benefits Package, CEU webinars and much more!

  • Professional development allowance & wellness stipend

  • Mentoring & Clinical support for at all stages of your career

  • Online resources including approved webinars, therapy ideas, and free CEUs

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree from an accredited university
  • RI Applied Behavior Analyst License Required
  • School Based Experience Preferred
  • 8+ Years Experience Preferred
  • Qualified Candidates Should Apply

Our passionate leadership team and expansive clinical support network ensure the delivery of the highest quality therapeutic and behavioral health services nationwide. The Stepping Stones Group is committed to diversity and inclusion beyond conceptual factors.

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