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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (Onsite) Part time / fee for service

Gersh Autism
Concord, NH
  • Expired: December 01, 2022. Applications are no longer accepted.

BCBA’s Join the established team at Ready Set Connect (Concord, New Hampshire), a leader in autism services in New Hampshire for nearly a decade!

We are seeking a qualified, motivated Part Time BCBA with an interest in developing high quality behavior analysis services for young children diagnosed with autism. Ready Set Connect provides one-to-one ABA Therapy to preschool and school-age children with autism in a fun, supportive, clinic-based environment.

You will work alongside ABA Therapists who are RBT trained, all dedicated to providing supports and services to clients and their families. We have openings for BCBA’s in our centers in Manchester, Concord, and Tilton, NH.

BCBAs with at least two years clinical experience are preferred, but newly certified BCBA’s may also apply Experience billing a variety of insurances preferred. Experience using the ACE ABA Software System, VB-MAPP Assessment as well as PEAK Assessment and Curriculum are a plus, but not required.

We offer competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a supportive, high-energy environment!

Ready Set Connect is affiliated with Legacy by Gersh at Crotched Mountain Foundation, one of New Hampshire's most distinguished non-profit organizations dedicated to serving people with disabilities.


The primary function of the Board Certified Behavioral Analyst is to plan, develop, and monitor a variety of behavioral support service delivery options utilized in the RSC Clinic setting to meet the needs of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The BCBA oversees the RSC ABA Therapists and BCBA Candidates regarding pro-active, educational, behavioral supports and develops and implements comprehensive treatment plans. The BCBA reports to the regional Director.


Flexible! We are open to discussing your ideal schedule. This will be an onsite role with flexible hours.


+ Use appropriate assessment instruments and data to develop behavior change plans and intervention plans that reflect the outcomes and objectives identified in the treatment plan

+ Conduct VBMAPP, PEAK, AFLS, and Functional Behavior Assessments

+ Ensure that all treatment plans and programs comply with contract requirements, satisfy all insurance certification and other requirements, and meet or exceed professional standards

+ Provide training and supervision to the ABA Therapist through observations, meetings, performance coaching and other methods in the clinic and home setting as deemed necessary

+ Provide supervision to RBT’s and BCaBA and BCBA candidates as designated by the Regional Director

+ Establish and maintain data measurement, collection, analysis systems for children receiving behavioral interventions

+ Deliver consultation services to school districts, private schools and outside agencies as requested and secured for contract services

+ Hold regularly scheduled clinical support meetings for staff

+ Participate in parent meetings as needed, provide parent training in the home and clinic setting

+ Maintain all required continuing education requirements relevant to certification (BCBA), and annual RSC trainings to include; Safety Care and HIPPA training

+ Ensure that all health information is secure and protected in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)


+ Strong communication skills to work with a diverse team.

+ Excellent computer skills and the ability to learn and use all required software.

+ Ability to problem-solve and assist in decision-making, including during emergencies or when a supervisor is not onsite.

+ Maintain current status regarding assigned core competencies and other required certification acquisition within established schedule and timelines.

+ Work productively to develop relationships with individuals, families, and natural supports.

+ Proven creative abilities, strong organizational and time management skills.

+ Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills and good customer service skills.

+ Maintain a high level of organization for file maintenance, daily, weekly and monthly record keeping

***For full time employees, we offer medical, dental and vision insurance, and competitive pay PLUS a monetary incentive plan that pays out every 4 weeks (tiered program based on billable hours completed). For part-time employees, the compensation will be hourly based on billable hours completed and admin hours required to complete reporting/documentation.


Master’s degree in Psychology or related field, preferably from a BACB accredited program ***Will consider a Bachelor's degreed candidate as long as they still have their BCBA certification/licensure.

Training and certification under the Behavior Analysis Certification Program (BACB) for Applied Behavior Analysts

Solid knowledge of the principles and practices of Applied Behavior Analysis. This includes general behavioral assessment and Ethical Standards in Behavior Analysis

Ability to work with various technology including ACE ABA Data System

Ability to work with a high level of independence, prioritizing task and goals set for self and others


Part time employees are ineligible for benefits. Full time employees receive the option to partake in the following:

+ Health insurance

+ Dental Insurance

+ Paid time off

+ Dental insurance

+ 401(k)

+ Vision insurance

+ Life insurance

+ 401(k) matching

+ Retirement plan

+ Flexible spending account

+ Pet Insurance

Gersh Autism


Concord, NH
03302 USA