Employment

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Behavior Technician (Salaried/Full-Time, Tacoma Campus)

This individual will work amongst a team of professionals, including licensed psychologists, speech-language pathologists, board certified behavior analysts, medical professionals, faculty, graduate students, and pre- and post-doctoral fellows.  This BT position will provide clinical services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders, providing/Implementing direct interventions to children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) using principles of applied behavior analysis under the supervision of a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analysts).

Board Certified Behavior Analyst Clinical Supervisor

Under the guidance of the UW Autism Center’s Director of Clinical Services, the ABA Team Clinical Supervisor will provide supervision and support to Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs- masters-level clinicians), Behavior Technicians (BTs- bachelor level clinicians) and practicum students. The ABA Team Clinical Supervisor will work effectively with UWAC Leadership Team, clinicians, and operations staff to provide high quality ABA-based services to individuals with autism. There are two primary job functions for this position, which include clinical supervision of individuals on the ABA Services team and providing clinical services on the ABA team.

Behavior Technician (Salaried/Full-Time, Tacoma Campus)

This individual will work amongst a team of professionals, including licensed psychologists, speech-language pathologists, board certified behavior analysts, medical professionals, faculty, graduate students, and pre- and post-doctoral fellows.  This position will provide clinical services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders, providing/Implementing direct interventions to children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) using principles of applied behavior analysis under the supervision of a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analysts).

Behavior Technician (Hourly/Temporary, Seattle Campus)

This individual will work amongst a team of professionals, including licensed psychologists, speech-language pathologists, board certified behavior analysts, medical professionals, faculty, graduate students, and pre- and post-doctoral fellows.  This position will provide clinical services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders, providing/Implementing direct interventions to children with ASD using principles of applied behavior analysis.

Or see the UW Human Resources Department to check for additional posted opportunities.