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ABA Support Services is seeking new employees that have the same passion, drive, and commitment to helping our clients reach their full potential. We are looking for employees that can contribute ideas, experience, and passion to the operations of managed care and business. We value our employees in that they are the reason behind a companies’ success. If you feel that you fit the companies vision and core values, we would love to receive an application and discuss future employment further.

OPEN POSITIONS

BEHAVIOR ANALYST (BCBA)

We are looking for full time BCBAs in the following areas:

Honesdale, PA
Pocono Summit, PA
Easton, PA
Nazareth, PA
Bethlehem, PA
Allentown, PA
Reading, PA
Lehigh Valley, PA
Philadelphia, PA

In accordance with the needs of the ages and of the population served by ABA Support Services LLC, the Behavior Analyst I will organize and maintain data collection and statistical analysis systems for programs; conduct behavioral assessments and program implementation; direct clinical activities and staff/parent training; act as the Behavior Analyst on your assigned cases.

Critical features of this position are described under the headings below, but can be subject to change at the discretion of ABA Support Services, and the Management Team. The job description reflects the designation of essential job functions but does not provide an all-inclusive list of duties that may be assigned.

1. Maintain confidentiality as outlined by HIPAA protocol (found Employee Manual) on all company related correspondence.
2. Collect and record data based on client observable behavior.
3. Develop and write FBA’s, treatment plans, and BIP.
4. Write progress notes, supervision notes, assist direct therapists in maintaining program books, update progress notes, treatment plans, and behavior plans.
5. Conduct research on current interventions in ABA on specific target behaviors.
6. Actively guide and train in the implementation of baseline, treatment, parent training, and generalization sessions.
7. Develop behavior protocols and skill training protocols for clients. Disseminate this information to the treatment team.
8. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting or working with clients.
9. Implement integrity checks and target supervision in the areas in which the staff needs support.
10. Update treatment plans every 6 months or when the child has met their goals.
11. Conduct VB MAPP assessments, ABLLS, SKILLS, and any other assessments that may be appropriate to the development of a behavior program
12. Review graphs and make intervention changes when appropriate, at a minimum every 2 weeks.
13. Coordinate staff schedules that are working on your cases.
14. Supervise the direct therapists on your specific cases at least 1 time a week for a minimum of 5% of their hours.
15. Follow direction from Senior Behavior Analyst regarding RBT supervision.
16. Report to the Senior Behavior Analyst any problems on the cases. If you are unable to reach the Senior Behavior Analyst, you may contact the President of the Company.
17. Report to child line with any suspected abuse within 24 hours of the report or incident.
18. Update assessments every year.
19. Complete quarterly progress reports on client goals for school clients. Update insurance client treatment plans to reflect monthly progress to be kept in binder until end of treatment plan. Original plan with progress records should be turned into the office.
20. Attend treatment meetings and IEP meetings.
21. Turn in paperwork on time according to the schedule.
22. Maintain certification of your BCBA and LBS.
23. Complete application for LBS within 3 months of hire.
24. Modal treatment protocols to staff.
25. Maintain CAQH and credentialing with insurance companies.
26. Stay current on BCBA requirements and maintain CE credits with the BCBA board.
1. Must have own transportation.
2. Must provide proof of vehicle registration and insurance card.
3. Must own computer/laptop.
4. Must own printer.
5. Must check email correspondence daily.
1. Must be able to assume a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crouching, sitting, standing) in the course of working with developmental disabilities and severe behavior problems.
2. Must be able to lift and carry clients in braces and other adaptive equipment.
3. Must be able to restrain/hold/transport clients in the course of behavioral management.
4. Must be able to receive detailed oral communication and communicate orally to parents, supervisors and staff.
5. Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
6. Oversee case related duties such as protocol dissemination, protocol reviews, and parent/staff training.
7. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting and working with clients.
8. Provide indirect client care, following the prescribed behavioral/protocols/programs.
9. Shadow/supervise direct therapists a minimum of 5% of direct therapist’s hours per week.
1. Responsibility of level one BCBA to respond to parent concerns, direct therapy concerns, scheduling concerns and case specific concerns within 24 hours.
2. After responding to concerns stated above, if additional support is needed contact a Senior Behavior Analyst.
3. Any concerns regarding direct therapist case re-assignment will be communicated from office staff to supervisor who will communicate any changes to direct therapists and parents.
4. Report to Human Resources on employee related issues.
5. Report to Office Manager regarding billing, technology and schedule related inquiries.
1. BCBA at the Master’s Level or doctorate level with current certification.
2. Previous experience working in a reputable clinic, home, or school program is highly desirable.
3. A minimum of 1 year clinical/home/school experience providing direct services to children with Autism, training parents, and supervising staff in the implementation of intervention protocols.
4. Knowledge of insurance-third party funding systems or willingness to learn.
5. Extremely knowledgeable of early learning curriculum and the application of behavioral principles to increase a wide range of functional repertoires.
6. Exceptional leadership, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
7. Consultants should be able to work with children who range from high functioning to low functioning ASD and be able to develop and supervise the implementation of clinical programs in the home, school, and community environments.
8. Motivated, excellent work ethic, high degree of quality work and work with minimal direction.
9. Able to work independently and as a team member in a dynamic, fast paced environment including one that is building structure and process as it goes along; must be flexible and patient.
A Master’s Degree or Doctorate in Psychology, Speech and Language, Occupational Therapy, Education, or related field with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis.
Experience providing behavioral services to children with developmental disabilities is preferred.
1. Maintain up-to-date training/certification status in CPR, seizure training, child abuse reporting, professional crisis management, LBS license, BCBA certification and other company provided in-service topics.
2. Maintain CAQH and re-attestations current.
3. Complete credentialing process with insurance companies within the first 2 months of hire and recertify every 2-3 years based on insurance requirements.
4. Must have and maintain a basic knowledge of computer systems and applicable software.
5. Candidates with an LBS license and a current certification as a Behavior Analyst is preferred. All Behavior Analysts must obtain their LBS within 3 months of hire.
6. LBS candidates that are pursuing their BCBA will only be considered for employment. They must earn their certification within 2 years of hire to remain employed in a supervision position.
7. Once certified as a BCBA, staff must meet all requirements with the certification board to supervise the RBTs and BCBA candidates.
1. Must be able to ACCEPT constructive feedback.
2. Must be able to organize and manage time and manage multiple tasks.
3. Must possess excellent verbal and written skills.
4. Ability to develop and maintain effective communications in working relationships with other employees, clients, and their families as well as the general public, across all age groups, including but not limited to, neonate, adolescent, and adult populations.
5. Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by the hearing to the organizational policies and procedures and assuming authority appropriately.
6. Must maintain adequate personal grooming consistent with professional appearance.
7. Must pursue education or training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technology, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities.
8. Knowledge of normal/ abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum.
9. Ability to provide, assess, interpret and communicate age-specific data in response to treatment protocols.

DIRECT THERAPIST/RBT

We are looking for RBTs in the following areas:

Honesdale, PA
Pocono Summit, PA
Philadelphia, PA
Reading, PA
Annville, PA
Bethlehem, PA
Allentown, PA
Easton, PA

In accordance with the needs of the ages of the population served by ABA Support Services LLC, the Direct Therapist will organize and maintain data collection and statistical analysis systems for programs; assist with behavioral assessments and program implementation; assist with clinical activities and staff/parent training; assume lead behavior therapist duties in the temporary absence of such staff.
Critical features of this position are described under the headings below, but can be subject to change at the discretion of ABA Support Services, and the Management Team. The job description reflects the designation of essential job functions but does not provide an all-inclusive list of duties that may be assigned.
1. Collect and record data based on an observable client behavior.
2. Assist lead therapist in maintaining up to date graphs, summarizing and calculating data.
3. Write progress notes, program updates, create session materials and stimuli, maintain program books.
4. Actively participate in the implementation of baseline, treatment, parent training, and generalization sessions.
5. Assist lead therapist in the preparation and clean-up of session related activities (preparing client room, computers, recording equipment, etc.).
6. Assist with case related duties such as protocol dissemination, protocol reviews and staff/parent training.
7. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting or working with clients.
8. Provide direct client care following the prescribed behavioral protocols/programs.
9. Assume lead therapist responsibilities in the temporary absence of the lead therapist.
10. Shadow/co-treat/treat a minimum of 2-4 contact hours per week.
11. Report parent concerns and highlights to the lead therapist on the case.
12. Report any suspected child abuse within 24 hours of report or incident to child line.
1. Must have own transportation.
2. Must provide proof of vehicle registration and insurance card.
3. Must own computer/laptop.
4. Must own printer.
5. Must check email correspondence daily.
1. Must be able to assume a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crouching, sitting, standing) in the course of working with developmental disabilities and severe behavior problems.
2. Must be able to lift and carry clients in braces and other adaptive equipment.
3. Must be able to restrain/hold/transport clients in the course of behavioral management.
4. Must be able to receive detailed oral communication and communicate orally to parents, supervisors and staff.
5. Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
6. Oversee case related duties such as protocol dissemination, protocol reviews, and parent/staff training.
7. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting and working with clients.
8. Provide direct client care, following the prescribed behavioral/protocols/programs.
9. Must be physically present at the assigned job site.
10. Must have manual dexterity sufficient to perform various keyboard functions.
11. Must be able to travel to and from various locations and sites in greater Lehigh Valley Area, Wilkes Barre Area, Reading and Doylestown Area.
12. Be supervised a minimum of 10% of direct therapists hours per week.
13. Must be able to sit at a computer terminal for extended periods of time.
1. Report to the Supervising Behavior Analyst with plan specific questions, parent and supervision questions.
2. Report to Human Resources on employee related issues.
3. Report to Office Manager regarding billing, technology and schedule related inquiries.
4. Personnel Supervised: None
5. Direct therapists on their cases needing supervision for their RBT license.
1. Previous experience working in a reputable clinic, home, or school program is highly desirable.
2. A minimum of 1 year clinical/home/school experience providing direct services to children with Autism, training parents, and supervising staff in the implementation of intervention protocols.
3. Willing to learn about an early learning curriculum and the application of behavioral principles to increase a wide range of functional repertoires.
4. Exceptional interpersonal, and organizational skills.
5. Therapists should be willing to work with children who range from high functioning to low functioning ASD and be able to assist in the implementation of clinical programs in the home, school, and community environments.
6. Motivated, excellent work ethic, high degree of quality work and work with minimal direction.
7. Able to work independently and as a team member in a dynamic, fast paced environment including one that is building structure and process as it goes along; must be flexible and patient.
A Bachelor Degree or Master Degree in Psychology, Speech and Language, Occupational Therapy, Education, or related field.
Experience providing behavioral services to children with developmental disabilities is preferred.
1. Maintain up-to-date training/certification status in CPR, seizure training, child abuse reporting, professional crisis management, RBT license, and any other training related to the programs provided by ABA Support Services.
2. Complete the RBT process with the BCBA Board within the first 1 month of hire and recertify every 1 year based on BACB requirements.
3. Must have and maintain a basic knowledge of computer systems and applicable software.
1. Must be able to ACCEPT constructive feedback.
2. Must be able to organize and manage time and manage multiple tasks.
3. Must possess excellent verbal and written skills.
4. Ability to develop and maintain effective communications in working relationships with other employees, clients, and their families as well as the general public, across all age groups, including but not limited to, neonate, adolescent, and adult populations.
5. Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by the hearing to the organizational policies and procedures
6. Must maintain adequate personal grooming consistent with professional appearance.
7. Must pursue education or training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technology, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities.
8. Knowledge of normal/ abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum.
9. Ability to provide, assess, interpret and communicate age-specific data in response to treatment protocols.

BEHAVIOR ANALYST (LBS)

We are looking for LBSs in the following areas:

Hershey Area, Philadelphia Area, Lehigh Valley Area, Carbon Monroe County Area, Lancaster area, Honesdale area, Pocono Summit area

In accordance with the needs of the ages and of the population served by ABA Support Services LLC, the Behavior Analyst I will organize and maintain data collection and statistical analysis systems for programs; conduct behavioral assessments and program implementation; direct clinical activities and staff/parent training; act as the Behavior Analyst on your assigned cases.

Critical features of this position are described under the headings below, but can be subject to change at the discretion of ABA Support Services, and the Management Team. The job description reflects the designation of essential job functions but does not provide an all-inclusive list of duties that may be assigned.

1. Maintain confidentiality as outlined by HIPAA protocol (found Employee Manual) on all company related correspondence.
2. Collect and record data based on client observable behavior.
3. Develop and write FBA’s, treatment plans, and BIP.
4. Write progress notes, supervision notes, assist direct therapists in maintaining program books, update progress notes, treatment plans, and behavior plans.
5. Conduct research on current interventions in ABA on specific target behaviors.
6. Actively guide and train in the implementation of baseline, treatment, parent training, and generalization sessions.
7. Develop behavior protocols and skill training protocols for clients. Disseminate this information to the treatment team.
8. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting or working with clients.
9. Implement integrity checks and target supervision in the areas in which the staff needs support.
10. Update treatment plans every 6 months or when the child has met their goals.
11. Conduct VB MAPP assessments, ABLLS, SKILLS, and any other assessments that may be appropriate to the development of a behavior program
12. Review graphs and make intervention changes when appropriate, at a minimum every 2 weeks.
13. Coordinate staff schedules that are working on your cases.
14. Supervise the direct therapists on your specific cases at least 1 time a week for a minimum of 5% of their hours.
15. Follow direction from Senior Behavior Analyst regarding RBT supervision.
16. Report to the Senior Behavior Analyst any problems on the cases. If you are unable to reach the Senior Behavior Analyst, you may contact the President of the Company.
17. Report to child line with any suspected abuse within 24 hours of the report or incident.
18. Update assessments every year.
19. Complete quarterly progress reports on client goals for school clients. Update insurance client treatment plans to reflect monthly progress to be kept in binder until end of treatment plan. Original plan with progress records should be turned into the office.
20. Attend treatment meetings and IEP meetings.
21. Turn in paperwork on time according to the schedule.
22. Maintain certification of your BCBA and LBS.
23. Complete application for LBS within 3 months of hire.
24. Modal treatment protocols to staff.
25. Maintain CAQH and credentialing with insurance companies.
26. Stay current on BCBA requirements and maintain CE credits with the BCBA board.
1. Must have own transportation.
2. Must provide proof of vehicle registration and insurance card.
3. Must own computer/laptop.
4. Must own printer.
5. Must check email correspondence daily.
1. Must be able to assume a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crouching, sitting, standing) in the course of working with developmental disabilities and severe behavior problems.
2. Must be able to lift and carry clients in braces and other adaptive equipment.
3. Must be able to restrain/hold/transport clients in the course of behavioral management.
4. Must be able to receive detailed oral communication and communicate orally to parents, supervisors and staff.
5. Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
6. Oversee case related duties such as protocol dissemination, protocol reviews, and parent/staff training.
7. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting and working with clients.
8. Provide indirect client care, following the prescribed behavioral/protocols/programs.
9. Shadow/supervise direct therapists a minimum of 5% of direct therapist’s hours per week.
1. Responsibility of level one BCBA to respond to parent concerns, direct therapy concerns, scheduling concerns and case specific concerns within 24 hours.
2. After responding to concerns stated above, if additional support is needed contact a Senior Behavior Analyst.
3. Any concerns regarding direct therapist case re-assignment will be communicated from office staff to supervisor who will communicate any changes to direct therapists and parents.
4. Report to Human Resources on employee related issues.
5. Report to Office Manager regarding billing, technology and schedule related inquiries.
1. BCBA at the Master’s Level or doctorate level with current certification.
2. Previous experience working in a reputable clinic, home, or school program is highly desirable.
3. A minimum of 1 year clinical/home/school experience providing direct services to children with Autism, training parents, and supervising staff in the implementation of intervention protocols.
4. Knowledge of insurance-third party funding systems or willingness to learn.
5. Extremely knowledgeable of early learning curriculum and the application of behavioral principles to increase a wide range of functional repertoires.
6. Exceptional leadership, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
7. Consultants should be able to work with children who range from high functioning to low functioning ASD and be able to develop and supervise the implementation of clinical programs in the home, school, and community environments.
8. Motivated, excellent work ethic, high degree of quality work and work with minimal direction.
9. Able to work independently and as a team member in a dynamic, fast paced environment including one that is building structure and process as it goes along; must be flexible and patient.
A Master’s Degree or Doctorate in Psychology, Speech and Language, Occupational Therapy, Education, or related field with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis.
Experience providing behavioral services to children with developmental disabilities is preferred.
1. Maintain up-to-date training/certification status in CPR, seizure training, child abuse reporting, professional crisis management, LBS license, BCBA certification and other company provided in-service topics.
2. Maintain CAQH and re-attestations current.
3. Complete credentialing process with insurance companies within the first 2 months of hire and recertify every 2-3 years based on insurance requirements.
4. Must have and maintain a basic knowledge of computer systems and applicable software.
5. Candidates with an LBS license and a current certification as a Behavior Analyst is preferred. All Behavior Analysts must obtain their LBS within 3 months of hire.
6. LBS candidates that are pursuing their BCBA will only be considered for employment. They must earn their certification within 2 years of hire to remain employed in a supervision position.
7. Once certified as a BCBA, staff must meet all requirements with the certification board to supervise the RBTs and BCBA candidates.
1. Must be able to ACCEPT constructive feedback.
2. Must be able to organize and manage time and manage multiple tasks.
3. Must possess excellent verbal and written skills.
4. Ability to develop and maintain effective communications in working relationships with other employees, clients, and their families as well as the general public, across all age groups, including but not limited to, neonate, adolescent, and adult populations.
5. Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by the hearing to the organizational policies and procedures and assuming authority appropriately.
6. Must maintain adequate personal grooming consistent with professional appearance.
7. Must pursue education or training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technology, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities.
8. Knowledge of normal/ abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum.
9. Ability to provide, assess, interpret and communicate age-specific data in response to treatment protocols.

THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT STAFF (TSS)

We are looking for TSSs in the following areas:

Pottstown, Turbotville,  Bethlehem, Bath, Macungie, Easton, Philadelphia, Collegeville, Morrisville, Seven Valleys, Mechanicsburg, Wind Gap, Pocono Summit, Honesdale

In accordance with the needs of the ages of the population served by ABA Support Services LLC, the Direct Therapist will organize and maintain data collection and statistical analysis systems for programs; assist with behavioral assessments and program implementation; assist with clinical activities and staff/parent training; assume lead behavior therapist duties in the temporary absence of such staff.
Critical features of this position are described under the headings below, but can be subject to change at the discretion of ABA Support Services, and the Management Team. The job description reflects the designation of essential job functions but does not provide an all-inclusive list of duties that may be assigned.
1. Collect and record data based on an observable client behavior.
2. Assist lead therapist in maintaining up to date graphs, summarizing and calculating data.
3. Write progress notes, program updates, create session materials and stimuli, maintain program books.
4. Actively participate in the implementation of baseline, treatment, parent training, and generalization sessions.
5. Assist lead therapist in the preparation and clean-up of session related activities (preparing client room, computers, recording equipment, etc.).
6. Assist with case related duties such as protocol dissemination, protocol reviews and staff/parent training.
7. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting or working with clients.
8. Provide direct client care following the prescribed behavioral protocols/programs.
9. Assume lead therapist responsibilities in the temporary absence of the lead therapist.
10. Shadow/co-treat/treat a minimum of 2-4 contact hours per week.
11. Report parent concerns and highlights to the lead therapist on the case.
12. Report any suspected child abuse within 24 hours of report or incident to child line.
1. Must have own transportation.
2. Must provide proof of vehicle registration and insurance card.
3. Must own computer/laptop.
4. Must own printer.
5. Must check email correspondence daily.
1. Must be able to assume a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crouching, sitting, standing) in the course of working with developmental disabilities and severe behavior problems.
2. Must be able to lift and carry clients in braces and other adaptive equipment.
3. Must be able to restrain/hold/transport clients in the course of behavioral management.
4. Must be able to receive detailed oral communication and communicate orally to parents, supervisors and staff.
5. Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
6. Oversee case related duties such as protocol dissemination, protocol reviews, and parent/staff training.
7. Utilize safe and appropriate handling, management and guidance procedures when transporting and working with clients.
8. Provide direct client care, following the prescribed behavioral/protocols/programs.
9. Must be physically present at the assigned job site.
10. Must have manual dexterity sufficient to perform various keyboard functions.
11. Must be able to travel to and from various locations and sites in greater Lehigh Valley Area, Wilkes Barre Area, Reading and Doylestown Area.
12. Be supervised a minimum of 10% of direct therapists hours per week.
13. Must be able to sit at a computer terminal for extended periods of time.
1. Report to the Supervising Behavior Analyst with plan specific questions, parent and supervision questions.
2. Report to Human Resources on employee related issues.
3. Report to Office Manager regarding billing, technology and schedule related inquiries.
4. Personnel Supervised: None
5. Direct therapists on their cases needing supervision for their RBT license.
1. Previous experience working in a reputable clinic, home, or school program is highly desirable.
2. A minimum of 1 year clinical/home/school experience providing direct services to children with Autism, training parents, and supervising staff in the implementation of intervention protocols.
3. Willing to learn about an early learning curriculum and the application of behavioral principles to increase a wide range of functional repertoires.
4. Exceptional interpersonal, and organizational skills.
5. Therapists should be willing to work with children who range from high functioning to low functioning ASD and be able to assist in the implementation of clinical programs in the home, school, and community environments.
6. Motivated, excellent work ethic, high degree of quality work and work with minimal direction.
7. Able to work independently and as a team member in a dynamic, fast paced environment including one that is building structure and process as it goes along; must be flexible and patient.
A Bachelor Degree or Master Degree in Psychology, Speech and Language, Occupational Therapy, Education, or related field.
Experience providing behavioral services to children with developmental disabilities is preferred.
1. Maintain up-to-date training/certification status in CPR, seizure training, child abuse reporting, professional crisis management, RBT license, and any other training related to the programs provided by ABA Support Services.
2. Complete the RBT process with the BCBA Board within the first 1 month of hire and recertify every 1 year based on BACB requirements.
3. Must have and maintain a basic knowledge of computer systems and applicable software.
1. Must be able to ACCEPT constructive feedback.
2. Must be able to organize and manage time and manage multiple tasks.
3. Must possess excellent verbal and written skills.
4. Ability to develop and maintain effective communications in working relationships with other employees, clients, and their families as well as the general public, across all age groups, including but not limited to, neonate, adolescent, and adult populations.
5. Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by the hearing to the organizational policies and procedures
6. Must maintain adequate personal grooming consistent with professional appearance.
7. Must pursue education or training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technology, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities.
8. Knowledge of normal/ abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum.
9. Ability to provide, assess, interpret and communicate age-specific data in response to treatment protocols.

Requirements for employment with ABA Support Services

epatch.state.pa.us (PA/State Police Criminal Background Check)
compass.state.pa.us (Child Abuse Clearance)
reportabusepa.pitt.edu (ACT 31 – Mandated Reporter)
uenroll.identogo.com   The service code to be used to register is 1KG6Q9 – (Department of Education)
keepkidssafe.pa.gov    The service code to be used to register is IKG738 – (Department of Public Welfare/Human Services)
Below please find a list of items that are pertinent to the hiring process and employment consideration. You will be responsible to provide the below documentation if you are considered for employment:

  • ACT 114 – Education Clearance
  • ACT 114 – Department of Public Welfare
  • ACT 34 – PA State Police/Criminal History Clearance
  • ACT 151 – Child Abuse Clearance
  • ACT 24
  • ACT 168 – ABASS
  • ACT 168 – Current/Former Employer
  • ACT 131- Mandated Reporter Quiz
  • Official Transcripts
  • CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Seizure Certification
  • TB Testing
  • I-9 Form
  • Driver’s License
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Vehicle Insurance Card
  • Copy of Associates Degree or BA Degree or MA Degree
  • Direct Therapist Job Description
  • Non-Solicitation and Confidentiality Agreement
  • Offer of Employment
  • Signed Acknowledgement & Receipt of Employee Manual
  • Signed Acknowledgement & Receipt of Compliance Policy
  • TriNet New Employee Personal Information Form
  • Licensed Behavior Specialist license (if applicable)
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst Certificate (if applicable)
  • National Provider Identifier (NPI) (if applicable)
  • CAQH (if applicable)

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APPLICATIONS

ABA Support Services LLC
Trolley Station Mall, Suite 22A
224 Nazareth Pike
Bethlehem, PA 18020

Phone: (610) 365-8373
Fax: (610) 365-2522

Email: info@abasupportservices.com