A career path at Behavior Interventions can lead you from the front line staff to the top of the organization.

We are seeking qualified candidates to fill positions to meet the increasing demand for our services.

Behavior Interventions, owned and operated by Board Certified Behavior Analysts, was founded in 2006. We pride ourselves in delivering quality services and our sincere commitment to improving the lives of those we serve. We created a professional environment with full time salaried Behavior Analysts that receive a complete employment package.

Staff receive on-going support from our clinical team and provided with the tools to learn and advance within our agency. Throughout the year, team members are invited to attend training/social events to encourage professional development as well as build strong and lasting professional relationships.

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Behavior Interventions provides ABA services for a variety of providers, i.e. school districts, intermediate units, private health insurance, cyber schools, etc. Each of these providers have different educational, training, and experience requirements.

Current Contract (1099) positions at Behavior Interventions providing direct service:

  • PCA (Personal Care Assistant)
  • Behavior Technician
  • Registered Behavior Technician

Current Employed (W2) positions at Behavior Interventions:

  • Registered Behavior Technician
  • Assistant Behavior Analyst (Montgomery County, PA Only)
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Human Resources

Kim Tomlinson

Get Started

Email your resume to Kim Tomlinson at hr@behaviorinterventions.org.

All documentation must be obtained before services begin.

  • Clearances (Child Abuse, FBI, and Criminal History Checks to meet state requirements)
  • Tuberculosis Testing (within two years)
  • Completed/Signed Professional Service Agreement and W-9
  • Photo ID
  • Current CPR & First Aid
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Resume
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What is the difference between contractors vs employees?

Contractor's work is independent and employee's work is controlled by the agency.

When will I get paid and how often?

Payments are scheduled monthly. Terms of our billing and payment schedule is provided with your Professional Service Agreement.

How do I get referrals?

We provide you with an email each time we have a referral need. Each referral includes: number of hours per week, location of services, and possible times the individual is available, and the Behavior Analyst assigned to the family. In addition, our Open Referral website provides any unfilled referrals and/or unfilled substitute positions available.

What are the advantages of being a contractor?

As a contractor,

  • Flexible schedule (You may choose to accept a referral in a location and time that meets your needs)
  • You can choose to provide your services to other agencies
How do I become an employee of Behavior Interventions?

Great question! We encourage all of our contractors interested in becoming an employee begin discussing this process with the Behavior Analyst assigned to the family they are currently providing services.

What are the benefits to becoming an employee?

Our BCBAs are salaried employees and receive 4 weeks of paid vacation/sick/ holiday time off. Registered Behavior Technicians, BCBAs, and other employees enjoy the following benefits:

  • Paid Training/Supervision/Staff Meetings
  • Simple IRA with 3% matched
  • Expense Reimbursement account
    • Medical/Dental
    • Mileage/Office Expenses
  • Annual Profit Share Bonus