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Autism Services Careers

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Discover a career at the Center for Autism.

Hope Network’s Center for Autism (CFA) is growing our teams in Grand Rapids, Kentwood, Holland and East Lansing. Behavior Technicians and Behavior Analysts are essential roles in providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to youth diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Read more about some of our careers below – including benefits – and then fill out a quick form to be contacted by a member of our Talent Acquisition team.

Hope Network’s Center for Autism (CFA) is one of Michigan’s leading providers of early autism diagnosis, behavioral intervention, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for learners ranging in ages eighteen months through 21 years old. Using evidence-based interventions, we customize comprehensive treatment plans to meet each learner’s specific needs that are designed to support improvements in learning, reasoning, communication, and socialization.

As a founding member of the Michigan Behavior Analysis Providers (MiBAP) association our centers are committed to providing the highest-quality of care to produce the greatest clinical outcomes. Through ABA therapy and comprehensive clinical services, we empower those with autism to overcome challenges to achieve their highest level of independence.

Behavior Technician

Behavior Technicians are responsible for delivering evidence-based, one-on-one ABA therapy under the close supervision of a Behavior Analyst. Behavior Technicians support behavior leadership in implementing skill acquisition programming and behavior intervention plans.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

BCBAs are responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of behavioral assessments and programming. BCBAs provide training to Behavior Technicians on evidence-based behavioral interventions and training to parents on general behavior management.

“I began working at the CFA as a Behavior Technician shortly after earning my Master of Social Work, eager to gain experience with a new population before eventually returning to my field. It only took a few weeks at the CFA to realize I had no intention of returning to social work. I love my job and amazed by the social, communicative, and behavioral improvements I see in the children I work with. I’ve witnessed firsthand how ABA can change lives, and I can’t imagine doing anything else as my career.” -Current Behavior Technician

“When I was hired at the CFA, I had never heard of ABA and had zero experience with people diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum. My undergraduate degree was in a completely different area of study and I didn’t plan on working at the CFA for long. Within months, though, I had fallen in love with the science of ABA. One year later, I began graduate school and was promoted to the CFA Leadership team as an Assistant Behavior Analyst. A year after that, I received my master’s degree in ABA and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. I will forever be grateful to the CFA for introducing me to the field that has become my passion.” -Current BCBA

As a CFA professional, you will change lives – including your own. Here are just some of the ways Hope Network invests in you for all that you do:

  • Competitive Benefits
  • Supportive Work Environment
  • Education Reimbursement
  • Career-Pathing
  • Paid Training
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Generous Paid Time Off

Contact us directly with any questions.

Clinical Recruiter Amy McCann – 616.248.5208 / almccann@hopenetwork.org

 

Autism Services Careers

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