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Seeking BCBAs in Chicagoland!

Currently seeking BCBAs in Chicagoland!

We’re expanding and looking for passionate leaders to join our organization. Contact us about opportunities to join our national, multidisciplinary team of professionals at the forefront of helping children with special needs succeed in school and in life. Our Clinical Supervisors provide intervention programs in home, community, and/or school settings for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
We want to hear from you! Be the first to know about new opportunities with our companies by contacting Lauren Meredith, our BCBA Career Coach, at 443-799-5638 or by email at

Who we are: Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST) provides ABA services using NET and verbal behavior methodology. Our staff is highly educated and experienced. We take great pride in having over 100 Board-Certified Behavior Analysts as members of our community. We service families in Arizona, California, Illinois, Louisiana, and Washington and are expanding across the nation.

What you will be responsible for: Our Clinical Supervisors manage a caseload, throughout Glenview and surrounding areas, working in home with a focus on early intervention clients. In partnership with the Clinical Director, Clinical Supervisors ensure that the most effective treatment plans are in place, as well as oversee a team of Behavior Interventionists, conduct field visits, develop client goals, review data, and monitor client progress.

​What AST offers Clinical Supervisors:
  • Comprehensive benefits with compensation and bonus plan
  • Up to 18 days of PTO per calendar year to start, plus 7 paid holidays
  • Compensation for mileage
  • Company-provided cell phone, iPad, and laptop with built in LTE coverage and the ability to access tools to work remotely!
  • CEUs available through AST-sponsored training programs
  • Paid professional development days
  • $2,000 relocation bonus



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