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Exciting Opportunity for Full-Time BCBA in the Norristown area
School District Based with a structured case load

Join the First Children Services Family!

Are you an experienced and dedicated Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) looking for a fulfilling role in the Pottstown region? First Children Services is currently seeking passionate individuals to join our team. We have a Full Time Clinic based opportunity as well as a School District Based opportunity currently..

About Us: First Children Services is a family-owned, family-operated, and family-focused organization. Our team is known for its passion, dynamism, and unique collaborative spirit, coupled with a steadfast commitment to high-quality, evidence-based practice.

What We're Looking For:

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Psychology, Special Education, or a related field.
Certifications: Current BCBA Certification and LBS. (Can consider candidate who has begun the LBS process for the District based opportunity)
Skills: Strong interpersonal and writing skills, with the ability to work effectively within a treatment team.
Experience: Minimum of 2 years working with children on the Autism spectrum.
Expertise: Conduct functional Behavioral Assessments, create programs and Behavior Intervention plans.
Assessments: Complete skill assessments such as ABLLS-R, VB-MAPP, and AFLS.
Training: Train and supervise school staff, Behavior Technicians (BTs), and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs).
Engagement: Provide parent training to facilitate a collaborative approach to support children.
Our Benefits and More:

Exceptional Company Culture

All staff earn PTO
Full Time Equivalent (30+hrs)
Paid holidays
Health, dental, vision
401 (k)
Paid Eligible Travel*
Tuition assistance, earn certificates and CEUs via our participating university
Employee Discount Program through ADP (LifeMart)
Employee Referral Bonuses Plan
Company Provided Laptop
CEU Budget

First Children Services is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

First Children Services
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

*Clinical Responsibilities

- Conducts initial and ongoing functional behavior assessments every 6 months or
as clinically indicated
- Develops/updates individualized and evidence-based behavior intervention plans
based on assessment results every 6 months or as clinically indicated
- Creates behavior datasheets that match behavior intervention plans in target name,
operational definition, and measurement
- Submits draft FBAs and behavior plans to their supervisor at least one week
before their due date
- Conducts baseline data and/or assessments to draft IEP or insurance treatment
plan goals
- Submits draft IEPs to their supervisor at least one week before their due date
Insurance Authorizations
- Completes assessments and required documents for initial insurance
authorizations within the allotted assessment time
- Submits draft initial authorizations to supervisor at least 1 week before the
assessment period ends
- Submits draft insurance treatment plans and re-authorizations to supervisor at
least 3 weeks before their authorization period expires

*Case Management Responsibilities

- Maintains a caseload of up to 28-30 billable hours/week
- Collects, monitors, and analyzes data to ensure data-driven decisions and program
modifications are made on an ongoing basis
- Reviews session notes from BTs/RBTs on an ongoing basis
- Completes progress reports for his/her caseload as needed and submits reports to
supervisor one week before their due date
- Ensures programming for his/her caseload is created in CentralReach
- Creates and maintains program materials

*Team Responsibilities

- Ensures relevant team members, including BTs/RBTs, teachers, related service therapists,
and parents/guardians, are trained on student-specific programming and data collection
- Responds to questions/concerns from team members and families in a timely manner
(including issues that arise after business hours)

*Supervisory Responsibilities

- Provides clinical supervision to BTs/RBTs on their teams in line with minimum state and
BACB requirements
- Ensures clinical supervision is accurately documented
- Completes feedback tools on BTs/RBTs on a monthly basis to ensure consistent and
accurate implementation of academic and clinical programming
- Reviews feedback tools with BTs/RBTs in a timely manner and ensures signatures are
collected at the time of the review
- Provides BTs/RBTs with prompt and supportive feedback/retraining regarding all
observations in a timely manner

*Supporting Responsibilities

− Meets required indirect hours each month
− Creates schedule on Central Reach one week prior to service delivery
− Completes all required paperwork for direct services
− Converts appointments to his/her timesheet on Central Reach as soon as possible after the
− Submits required paperwork for billing
− Meets with direct supervisor on a regular, pre-determined schedule that meets minimum
state licensing requirements
− Attends and participates in scheduled BCBA meetings, clinical reviews, and all staff
− Completes all training hours assigned by Supervisor
− Ensures appropriate documentation is submitted for any approved, external trainings that
he/she completes
− Provides on and off-site trainings as needed
− Maintains BCBA certification and state license, if applicable
− Maintains CPR, First Aid, and Safety Care certifications
− Follows policies, procedures, and standards of professionalism as outlined in company
− Completes all other duties as assigned by supervisors


Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in Special Education, Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Mental
Health Counseling, or related field
• Experience developing and implementing ABA programs for children and adolescents in
home, school, and clinic settings preferred
• Board Certified Behavior Analyst certification
• 0-2 years post-certification experience developing and implementing ABA programs for
children and adolescents in home, school, and community settings
• Participation in First Children Services Mentoring Program for 6-12 months
• Appropriately licensed in the state of practice
• Clearances (current within 90 days)
o PA or NJ Child Abuse Clearance (Act 151)
o PA or NJ Criminal Clearance (Act 34)
o PA or NJ Federal Criminal History Record (Act 114)
o PA or NJ Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release (Act 168) – to be
completed for each employer where the candidate worked with children
• Completed Mandated Reporter Training (Act 31)
• Completed Arrest and Conviction Report (Act 82)
• Completed Tuberculosis (TB) screening
• Possession of a valid Driver’s License and have reliable transportation
• Must be at least 21 years old

Contact Info

First Children Services Website


First Children Services Job Opportunity Link