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Searching for a Behavior Analyst for Manassas Campus in VA!

At APTS® (Alternative Paths Training School) our philosophy is founded on Applied Behavior Analysis principles that focus on the functional nature of behavior and examine the cognitive,  environmental, and behavioral influences which impact individual and group behavior. This model incorporates both team and client-centered strategies in promoting positive and measurable  outcomes.

Our approach is to provide effective training and consultative services that will empower agencies and families to become their own best resources in sustaining long-lasting positive behavioral growth. APTS® is searching for a Behavior Analyst for our Manassas Campus in Virginia.

Primary Duties:

  • Conducting functional assessments, develop behavior intervention plans, participate in IEP meetings,  and collaborate with the education department members.
  • Complete relevant parts of students' progress reports, exit summaries, and transition reports. 
  • Conduct initial and ongoing training for staff in behavior plan implementation and individualized data collection.
  • Implement and monitor students' behavior plans, to include directlyworking with students in school during routine and crisis conditions.


  • Master's Degree in Behavior analysis, Education, Human Services, Psychology, or a field related to Behavior Analysis from an accredited college or university.
  • Certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Salary & Benefits:

  • Starts at $65,000 annually (MUST be a BCBA)
  • 401k with employer contributions
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits
  • Free gym membership

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