We don’t offer jobs; we offer careers that make a difference in people’s lives.
A career with AST means you will truly make a difference by helping children learn the skills needed to grow and become independent, while providing parents the training and resources essential to facilitating their success.
There is no one size fits all. Everything we do must be customized to meet the needs and goals of our clients.
We believe in supporting the whole family and including them in the therapy. We want parents to understand what we are doing in therapy and know how to best support their family’s goals when we are not there.
We love the science of ABA and use it every day to guide treatment.
AST provides the best clinical services anywhere. I see myself continuing to grow and develop with AST for a long, long time."
In addition to competitive salary, AST offers the following benefits:
Comprehensive 80 hour new hire training with Safety-Care certification
Health insurance (medical, dental and vision) for full-time staff
Support for certifications (RBT, BCAT, BCBA)
Free BCBA supervision and CEUs
Flexible Spending Accounts and 401k
Professional development and research stipends
Tablets for all staff
Entry level position working one-on-one with kids with autism and other developmental disabilities. Receive extensive training to deliver Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy (aka Registered Behavior Technician).
Build supervision skills by providing hands-on support to newer Interventionists and helping BCBAs with their clinical programming. Opportunity to accrue supervision hours towards BCBA.
Work under the direction of a BCBA as a mid-level supervisor in a three-tier supervision model leading a team of 5-7 interventionists. Opportunity to accrue supervision hours towards a BCBA certification while building case supervision and leadership skills.
Lead a clinical team as the BCBA supervisor. Mentor and train Behavior Interventionists and ensure clinical excellence in programming.
Lead a team of Supervising Interventionists in a three-tier supervision model. Provide clinical oversight for all cases and leadership for entire clinical team.
Support one of our Clinical Directors as a member of AST’s clinical leadership team.
Serve as the head of a regional office, leading and guiding all things clinical and business related. Work closely with a team of BCBAs to ensure AST’s clinical excellence while connecting with your community and serving your community.
Train and support other interventionists in direct intervention techniques while developing coaching skills.
The Advanced Behavior Interventionist provides behavioral intervention to children with autism or other developmental disabilities and their families in a variety of settings. An Advanced Behavior Interventionist reports directly to a Program Supervisor or Clinical Supervisor.