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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA/LBA)

Teamwork Healthcare

Brooklyn, NY

$90 - $100 an hour - Part-time

Job details

Salary: $90 - $100 an hour

Job Type: Part-time

Full Job Description

Company Introduction:

Teamwork raises the standard of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to help children with autism. Since it began working with families in 2019, Teamwork’s therapists work with children in the settings that matter most: home, school, daycare, out in the community, or even via telehealth. With the fundamental idea that families deserve an affordable option, data-driven clinical decision making, and experienced ABA therapists, Teamwork systematically targets each individual need of the child in order to make meaningful, holistic quality of life improvements for families.

Enabled by a team of experienced therapists, care advocates, clinical supervisors, engineers, and venture investors, the company is building a redefined ABA platform to make its vision a reality. Teamwork’s vision is that elevating and putting the right, experienced therapist with the right family is what matters most. We’re building the first managed marketplace in the field to do that. Teamwork also believes that families shouldn’t spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on ABA therapy and that’s why we’re already in-network with almost all insurance plans in NY, meaning that families spend $10 to $30 a day instead. If we’re not, we’ll work with each family to find a way to work with us. We simply never turn down a family that needs ABA services. We also place incredible importance on data collection and analysis and we believe our approach help children with autism receive the best possible treatment and achieve their full potential.

Teamwork is focused on adding happy and motivated team members to ensure that the individuals they work with receive the best treatment possible. Through learning and development opportunities, genuine interest in individual growth, and a culture of compassion, the team is able to focus on what matters most: delivering the best ABA care possible.

Teamwork is not only an equal opportunity employer, but also a safe space for therapists and clients of all races, genders, religious affiliations, and ethnicities. Spend just one minute with us and you’ll see we don’t strive for diversity, transparency, and ownership, it’s already built-in.


Teamwork Healthcare, a leading and fast growing Applied Behavior Analysis and Tech Company is looking to hire Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)/ Licensed behavior Analyst (LBA).

The Board Certified Behavior Analyst is an integral member of our team who will be responsible for but not limited to the following:

  • Conduct assessments, including the VB-MAPP, AFLS, ABLLS, and FBAs, in the home, school and/or community

  • Design behavior plans and interventions for individual clients based on assessments' results and ongoing data analysis

  • Provide supervision of ongoing ABA programs, assess the performance of programs, and adjust as necessary

  • Provide ABA training for parent and other caregivers

  • Collaborate with and manage Behavior Technician staff

  • Manage electronic data regarding the client’s progress using our Central Reach platform

  • BCBAs/LBAs may have the option to provide hybrid services.

Note: This is a client facing position, we do not offer remote positions at the moment.


  • Free enrollment to the Central Reach Institute, where you will have access to 150+ BACB CEUs, CR software best-practice courses, the 8 hour supervisor training, and 300+ courses/webinars/podcasts relevant to the ABA field.

  • BA meetings once per month where you will be able to to collaborate with your colleagues on your cases, discuss the latest findings in the field, and receive agency updates.

  • Free LBA supervision hours are offered

  • Training offered for newly minted BCBAs with supervisor towards LBA certification.


  • $90 - $100 USD Per Hour


  • Must possess a BCBA Certification and/or NYS LBA

  • Experience working with clients with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

  • Master’s degree in a related field (e.g. ABA, Special Education, Psychology)

  • Reliable transportation.

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