Speech, Occupational and ABA therapy in one SPOT, we did it first, we do it best!
Join the first company in Howard County, Maryland to bring the transdisciplinary therapy approach to treating children with special needs in a private practice setting. The three owners work in each of the three respective fields, and continue to practice so they can keep up with the latest treatment techniques and research. Our staff and clients benefit from a hands on, collaborative approach to guide tough treatment decisions, assist in program and goal development and provide consultations as necessary. Services are provided both in home and at our center.
We are looking for PT, FT and contractual:
- BCBA’s and BCaBA’s
- ABA technicians/Registered Behavior Technicians (we pay for RBT licensing!)
- Speech Language Pathologists
- A supportive and fun work environment
- Crisis Prevention Training (CPI)
- CPR/First Aid Training
- Materials for programming
- A program for data collection “in real time”- minimizing data log binders and duplicate work
Full time benefits include:
- Health insurance (medical, dental and vision)
- Continuing education reimbursement
- 2 weeks paid time off plus 6 holidays
- Simple IRA retirement plan
- Mileage reimbursement
- Licensing fee coverage
See below for job descriptions and to apply.
The Children’s SPOT, Inc. is currently in search of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) Therapists who are looking to be part of a professional, passionate, and expanding organization based in Columbia, Maryland. The BCBA will be assigned a caseload based on location and experience. Currently, there are openings in Howard, Prince George, Mongomery, Baltimore, Carrol and Anne Arundel Counties.
The essential functions of the BCBA Therapist will be to assess and develop teaching procedures to address the deficits and needs of the client using direct instruction, discrete trial, shaping, chaining, task analysis, and schedules of reinforcement. The individual will meet with parents/caregivers, school personnel, other service providers, and ABA therapists to complete assessment, conduct observations, develop data tracking systems, and to train on programs for the individual receiving services. The BCBA will provide session notes, record data during each session with the client, and conduct program fidelity checks. The BCBA may be responsible for supervising an ABA therapist and working directly with clients receiving services. There are opportunities to co-treat with other professionals.
The ideal candidate for this position will have a Master’s degree, have their BCBA certification and in good standing with BACB, knowledge of verbal operants, and experience implementing home-based programs. Candidates should possess strong communication and problem-solving skills, work independently, and effectively collaborate with others.
The Children’s SPOT, Inc. is currently in search of ABA instructors who are looking to be part of a professional, passionate, and expanding organization. The ABA instructor will be an independent contractor and will be assigned a caseload based on experience and location. Currently, there are openings in Maryland in Howard, Prince George, Mongomery, Baltimore, Carrol and Anne Arundell Counties.
The essential functions of the ABA instructor will be to implement a program developed by a BCBA to address the deficits and needs of the client using direct instruction, discrete trial, shaping, chaining, task analysis, and reinforcement procedures. The individual will provide session notes and record data during each session with the client. The ABA instructor is supervised by a BCBA and will receive initial and ongoing training. The ideal candidate would be familiar with applied behavior analysis terminology and have experience implementing an ABA program developed by a BCBA. However, we are willing to provide more intensive training for less experienced candidates who exhibit strong interpersonal skills, a desire to learn and a strong work ethic. Candidates should possess strong communication and problem-solving skills, work independently, and effectively collaborate with others.
Part Time and Full Time Certified Speech Language Pathologists
Certified Speech Language Pathologists wanted with experience working with children ages 2- 21 with a variety of disorders. Experience with behavior modification techniques is a plus. Candidates should have a minimum 1 year of experience, be able to work independently and have a strong work ethic. Our center offers opportunities to work alongside a variety of clinicians from different disciplines including occupational therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis to help improve outcomes for our clients. Our therapy center is the ideal treatment space with all the tools you need to help your clients succeed.
The ideal candidate has a master's degree in speech pathology, is a member of ASHA and is licensed to practice in the State of Maryland.