Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Clinical Family Coaching Program

Phoenix, AZ
Full Time
Arizona Autism United
Mid Level

 Are you looking for a great place to work and build a career while maintaining work/life balance?  A place where you can earn a competitive salary with a great benefit package, be part of a team-based culture, and maximize your clinical impact with a caseload size that prioritizes each client family? 

Arizona Autism United a 2023-2024 Top Workplace Winner and was recently awarded the 2024 Mercy Care Center of Excellence designation. We have celebrated 18 years in the Valley as a large and reputable nonprofit organization dedicated to providing high quality direct services and supports to children and families in our community.  We are looking for a talented and passionate BCBA to join our Clinical Family Coaching team and help advance our mission of helping as many families as possible with individualized supports through a combination of home, telehealth and community-based treatment. This position will work a hybrid schedule of remote work, work in client homes, and some meetings in other sites with team members. The pay range for this role is $80,000-$100,000 per year, DOE, with opportunity for advancement into our Senior Clinical Supervisor role. 

Clinical Family Coaching (CFC) is a unique and innovative ABA program that has been serving AZA United families for the past 10 years. CFC is an outcome-driven, caregiver coaching program focused on the treatment of challenging behavior. CFC teams are led by BCBA level, Clinical Supervisors who collaboratively develop treatment plans to address difficult behavior and work with caregivers to implement the plan and stabilize behavior over the course of several months.  

CFC Teams primarily work with adolescents, teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their primary caregivers. This could be their natural or adoptive parents, foster guardians, and group home staff. CFC Teams work with families, schools, hospitals, day programs, and group homes in the settings where the behavior occurs naturally, often in homes and in the community.

Because this is a unique program, we assume that there will be a learning curve for anyone joining the team which is why there is an extensive, ongoing training and supervision program built in.

This is an ideal position for BCBAs interested in expanding their clinical repertoire and maximizing their impact in communities with limited access to quality care and non-traditional ABA populations.

Features of the CFC team membership include professional development in-services twice per month, ongoing training in Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT), a team-based model with dense schedules of support, low caseloads to focus on higher client contact, generous allotments for nonbillable time, opportunities to conduct research, paid membership to the Arizona Association for Behavior Analysis, regular CEU events offered in-house, a budget for conference and workshop attendance, training and integration of cutting edge clinical methodologies including ACT, PEAK relational training system and Practical Functional Assessment-Skills Based Treatment (PFA-SBT), as well as interdisciplinary collaboration with our counseling, diagnostic, speech, family support and OT programs, and opportunities for leadership and growth.

The Job

The BCBA/Clinical Supervisor position involves overseeing a tight-knit team of technicians and mid-level supervisors who work closely together to develop treatment plans, lead treatment planning meetings, coach caregivers, contribute to our professional development series and work on collaborative projects.

Candidate Requirements

  • Experience working in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment settings
  • Experience providing clinical oversight to others
  • Interest in non-traditional ABA applications
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and licensed as a Behavior Analyst by the AZ Board of Psychologist Examiners (or eligible to apply if from out of state)

The Perks

We place great value in our people and invest in your success, and try to keep workload expectations manageable so that you can achieve a happy work/life balance. 

In addition to joining an organization with a great culture and supportive leadership that believes in work/life balance, you will also receive: 

  • A competitive salary with guaranteed pay increases every 6 months
  • An excellent comprehensive health benefit package that includes health, dental and vision, employer contributions to your health savings account, company paid Short-Term/Long-Term Disability, and employer paid basic life insurance
  • A 401K plan with no vesting period and up to 4% match after one year
  • Generous paid sick time and PTO, plus 12 paid holidays
  • Paid certification & licensing expenses
  • Paid maternity/paternity leave
  • Paid travel expenses
  • Annual professional development funding

Help us build a model community organization for the future of our children and families!

For more information about AZA United please visit our website at or view our profile on

Autism knows no race, religion, gender, or identity.  We need and value diversity and inclusion in our workforce in order to fully support our families.  AZA United welcomes applicants of any race, age, religion, gender, identity or any other aspect which makes you unique.





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