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Open Positions at a Renowned Autism Center

At Therapeutic Pathways, we work to make people’s lives better, and that includes our staff. As part of an esteemed client-centric organization, you’ll help individuals with autism and behavior disorders live more independent, fulfilling lives. 

We’re always hiring for these positions, so get started today on a career you’ll truly care about.

Registered Behavior Technician

The Behavior Technician (BT) role is a great way for recent graduates and current students to begin their careers, although anyone with relevant training, experience, or interest may apply.

If you enjoy working with children in a hands-on environment and helping improve lives, this position may be a good fit. The Behavior Technician (BT) and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) will work under the close supervision of a BCaBA, BCBA, or BCBA-D to provide direct client care in one-on-one in-home, center, and group settings. BTs receive the training and supervision necessary to become professionally credentialed as an RBT. The BT and RBT will provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and uphold the values, code of ethics, and core principles of behavior analysis, the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB), and Therapeutic Pathways, Inc. 

We are proud to offer a generous total rewards package that includes industry-competitive compensation, family-friendly medical coverage plans, and development opportunities to help you grow both personally and professionally. We also provide educational assistance for those still in school. Other benefits include:

registered behavior technician

  • Initial and ongoing paid training and supervision
  • Opportunities for career advancement
  • Performance and promotion raises
  • Paid mileage
  • Paid drive time
  • Employee assistance

Clinical Assistant

The Clinical Assistant will be responsible for the coordination and facilitation of treatment for individual caseloads. They must be a Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) and will oversee and participate in clients’ initial and ongoing assessments, both in the center and at home. BCaBAs work under the supervision of experienced clinical staff (BCBA or BCBA-D).

The Clinical Assistant will also be responsible for creating assessment and treatment reports and developing specific treatment plans for their clients. They will give direction and professional feedback to each client’s team, including Lead Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians. The Clinical Assistant will provide educational training for the client’s family to implement similar techniques and procedures in the home.

We are proud to offer a generous total rewards package that includes industry-competitive compensation, family-friendly medical coverage plans, and development opportunities to help you grow both personally and professionally. Benefits include:

clinician assistant

  • Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance Benefits
  • Free Continuing Education Units
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • 401(k)
  • Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • On-the-Job Training
  • Industry Conference Allowance
  • Employee Assistance Program

Clinical Supervisor

The Clinical Supervisor oversees the functions of the Clinical Assistant and other mid-tier staff.  They will be responsible for overseeing and managing all aspects of treatment for individual clients.

Clinical Supervisors must be a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. They will oversee and participate in clients’ initial and ongoing assessments, at the center and at home. They will also create assessment and treatment reports and develop specific treatment plans and programs for their clients.

The Clinical Supervisor gives direction and professional feedback to the client’s team, which includes the Program/Clinical Assistant, Lead Behavior Technician, and (Registered) Behavior Technician. The Clinical Supervisor provides educational training for the client’s family to implement similar techniques and procedures in the home, and they will work collaboratively with funding and community partners. 

We are proud to offer a generous total rewards package that includes industry-competitive compensation, family-friendly medical coverage plans, and development opportunities to help you grow both personally and professionally. 

clinical supervisor

  • Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance Benefits
  • Free Continuing Education Units
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • 401(k)
  • Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • On-the-Job Training
  • Industry Conference Allowance
  • Employee Assistance Program

The above positions are available at both the Kendall Center and Behavior Center, but the roles will take on a different focus at each location. The Behavior Center treats children and adults with behavior issues with or without autism, while the Kendall Center treats children and teenagers with autism.

1. How old is your child or dependent?

2. What are your goals for your child?

3. Has your child been given a formal diagnosis of autism?

4. What types of behavior is your child demonstrating?





Please select a value.

Readiness

Your answers indicate that your child may be best treated in the Readiness program. This individualized, evidence-based program teaches young children skills they need to accelerate their learning and gain independence. Using imitation and naturalistic learning techniques, your child will develop useful skills in the areas of speech and language, cognition, and self-awareness. A program for children ages 0-3. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Foundations

Your answers indicate that your child may be best treated in the Foundations program. This program gives preschool and school-age children the structure to achieve important social, emotional, and intellectual milestones, helping them test within their peers’ range. With 25+ hours of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy per week, your child will develop social skills and better self-awareness for school and home. A program for children ages 4-7. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Breakthroughs

Your answers indicate that your child may be best treated in the Breakthroughs program. Specifically designed for children who have limited hours due to school schedules, this program removes life barriers by developing communication, social, and self-help skills. We teach your child to engage in appropriate behaviors, helping them interact with peers and develop relationships. A program for children ages 8-11.

Interactions

Your answers indicate that your child may be best treated in the Interactions program. Through guided social skills groups twice a week, this program helps improve social functioning in children ages 5 to 16. Parent or caregiver participation is crucial to this program; our certified staff provides training for successful participation.

Independence

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited for the Independence program. Geared toward older children, this program includes more in-depth skills that will help your child function independently. Taught skills include functional communication, self-management, and financial literacy. A program for individuals ages 12-25. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Your Child My Be Suited to Multiple Programs

Independence

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited for the Independence program. Geared toward older children, this program includes more in-depth skills that will help your child function independently. Taught skills include functional communication, self-management, and financial literacy. A program for individuals ages 12-25. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Strategies

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited for the Strategies program. The most age-encompassing of our programs, the goal of Strategies is to reduce challenging behaviors and issues with aggression. These behaviors interfere with independence and community participation, so we work to mitigate those challenges and encourage safe, appropriate behavior for individuals of any age. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Strategies

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited for the Strategies program. The most age-encompassing of our programs, the goal of Strategies is to reduce challenging behaviors and issues with aggression. These behaviors interfere with independence and community participation, so we work to mitigate those challenges and encourage safe, appropriate behavior for individuals of any age. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Breakthroughs and/or Interactions

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited to the Breakthroughs or Interactions programs. These programs treat similar symptoms, so Therapeutic Pathways will need to meet with you and your child before we can place them within the appropriate program.

Specifically designed for children who have limited hours due to school schedules, Breakthroughs removes life barriers by developing communication, social, and self-help skills. We teach your child to engage in appropriate behaviors, helping them interact with peers and develop relationships.

Through guided social skills groups twice a week, Interactions helps improve social functioning in children. Parent or caregiver participation is crucial to this program; our certified staff provides training for successful participation.

*This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Your Child My Be Suited to Multiple Programs

Breakthroughs and/or Interactions

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited to the Breakthroughs or Interactions programs. These programs treat similar symptoms, so Therapeutic Pathways will need to meet with you and your child before we can place them within the appropriate program.

Specifically designed for children who have limited hours due to school schedules, Breakthroughs removes life barriers by developing communication, social, and self-help skills. We teach your child to engage in appropriate behaviors, helping them interact with peers and develop relationships.

Through guided social skills groups twice a week, Interactions helps improve social functioning in children. Parent or caregiver participation is crucial to this program; our certified staff provides training for successful participation.

*This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.

Strategies

Your answers indicate that your child may be best suited for the Strategies program. The most age-encompassing of our programs, the goal of Strategies is to reduce challenging behaviors and issues with aggression. These behaviors interfere with independence and community participation, so we work to mitigate those challenges and encourage safe, appropriate behavior for individuals of any age. *This is a suggestion based on the answers you submitted. Please contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280 to discuss which program would best suit your child.