Join Our Team!
Employment at Jumpstart Autism Center is more of a learning experience than a job, and the skills you learn at JAC have a positive effect on your for the rest of your life! New team members should be outgoing, energetic and be willing to play with kids; we’ll help you learn the skills that you’ll use in turn to help these children. JAC employees have the opportunity to make a difference in their clients’ lives every day.
All JAC staff need to earn their Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Certificate; we provide the necessary training and evaluations for you to qualify. You’ll learn new ways to teach children and adolescents necessary skills and effective ways to manage behaviors. Our training involves coaching and mentoring to improve your intervention skills. The training is fast-paced and will home your skills that allow you to actively engage clients through their sessions.
After your intensive training period is complete—typically 1.5 to 2 months for part-time employees—you will be asked to participate in monthly staff training (around 1.5 hours a month) that will continue your training process.
Becoming a Behavioral Interventionist—including earning your RBT Certificate—is not a job for everyone, but if you choose to take on the challenge of learning how to implement highly effective ABA interventions, it will become an experience you cherish.
JAC requires a one-year commitment from our Behavioral Interventionists (BI). Available positions are listed below. We appreciate your interest in our organization and in improving the lives of children everywhere.
Behavioral Interventionist (BI)
Qualified applicants should gather and complete the following documents for our review:
- Cover Letter
- BI Application
- BI Availability Spreadsheet
Submit these documents via email, attn. Allison Bertsch, M.Ed., BCBA, Clinical Supervisor at: email@example.com
BCBA/BCaBA Supervised Fieldwork Experience
JumpStart Autism Center has a limited number of opportunities available for individuals pursuing certification as Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBA). We can help those students complete their Supervised Independent Fieldwork Experience.
We do set very high standards for those applicants as the nature of the internship requires extensive supervised experience in our clinical setting. If you are interested in receiving said supervision, please review JAC’s Supervised Independent Fieldwork Experience Overview & Requirements below.
If you have additional questions about the internship after reviewing the information, please contact us. The number of available internship positions will vary for each application cycle, and we will prioritize applicants who are current JAC employees. JAC’s supervised fieldwork experience opportunities begin January, May and August of each year.
Please submit an application, resume and three letters of recommendation to Jenna Gallegos, M.Ed., BCBA at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will schedule a time for you to visit our facility, and then an interview with our BCBA supervisors. We do anticipate having all observations and interviews complete within two weeks of each application deadline, and we will notify all applicants regarding acceptance as quickly as possible.