Autism Spectrum Instructional Resource ASPIRE


ASPIRE is looking for caring individuals interested in providing and/or overseeing behavioral therapy to our clients in the greater Austin, TX area.
We currently have the following positions available:

Behavior Therapist/RBTBoard Certified Behavior Analyst

Behavior Therapist/RBT

We are seeking individuals with a passion for working with individuals with autism and related disabilities. Candidates must be energetic, reliable and able to commit to working with clients for a minimum of one year. We provide in home services throughout the greater Austin, TX area and also have clinical space in South/Central Austin and in the North Austin/Round Rock area. Reliable transportation is required (mileage reimbursement is paid). Upper-division students or graduates with degrees in Behavior Analysis, Education, or a related field and prior ABA experience / RBT Certification are preferred, but not required for those with the passion to learn and grow in a rewarding career.
During sessions, therapists are responsible for applying the principles of behavior analysis in a one-to-one setting to clients with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include implementing programs designed by the Behavioral Consultant, keeping the client engaged, applying behavior analytic techniques to reduce challenging and stereotypic behavior, teaching appropriate play and social skills, and providing reinforcement for desired behaviors. Therapists also maintain accurate records of client progress through extensive data collection and session notes and attend on-going training and workshops.

Qualifications / Requirements:

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Consultants apply knowledge of the principles of behavior analysis in a one-to-one setting to clients with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include:
Conducting assessments & producing written assessment reports.
Developing individualized program treatment plans.
Ensuring that all treatment methodologies are evidence-based and reflect the most recent research findings.
Providing direct instruction, training, and support to client and family members during regularly scheduled home based visits.
Providing direct instruction, training, support to behavioral therapist staff during regularly scheduled supervisory visits.
Reviewing and evaluating the performance of the behavioral therapist staff to ensure proper implementation of treatment plan.
Working closely with the behavioral therapist staff in their provision of direct services, and providing the needed resources to assist clients, parents, and behavioral therapists in the development and implementation of behavior protocols.
Providing written reports in a timely manner for authorizations, program reviews, re-authorizations.
Maintaining certification and following ethical guidelines set by the BACB.
Applicants must be energetic, reliable, and able to commit to working during periods of greatest client need (weekdays after 3pm).

BCBA Qualifications / Requirements:

What ASPIRE Offers (*some benefits require full time status):

Employees enrolled in a graduate level ABA course sequence are eligible to apply to our BCBA Training Academy. Participants can take advantage of the following program benefits:

If you are interested in job opportunities with ASPIRE please fill out the Pre-Employment Questionnaire form and email it to .