Overview: Behavior Analysts are vital to our mission to improve the quality of lives of the families that we work with. Furthermore, we lean on our Behavior Analysts to shape the culture of Teamwork in order to be the team that they're proud to work with. We give Behavior Analysts the opportunity to take on several key responsibilities, including (but not limited to): assessing learners' needs, developing and analyzing treatment plans, coordination of services and communication among stakeholders, Behavior Technician training/supervision, as well as caregiver training. In addition, we highly encourage Behavior Analysts who have the capacity, interest, and initiative to go above and beyond by contributing to research, suggesting improvements to Teamwork's clinical model, implementing Organization Behavior Management (OBM) recommendations, and providing families with support in IEP meetings.
In the industry, Behavior Analysts go by a couple different names: Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Licensed Behavior Analysts (LBAs), and Behavior Consultants. Our Behavior Analysts have received graduate degree education and training in ABA, have obtained certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, and are also licensed to practice ABA by law in your state.
Company Introduction: Teamwork provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in the school and home settings to help families improve their quality of life. We treat ABA like the individualized education it truly is.
We think we're different from other organizations in many ways because of the principals we believe in and the culture we hope you'll contribute to. Fundamentally, we believe it takes happy and motivated team members to ensure that the individuals we work with receive the best treatment possible. If an organization that believes in investing in your growth, cares about your happiness, and shares your vision to improve the lives of others piques your interest, then we encourage you to consider a career at Teamwork