Take Your BCBA Career to the Next Level

Be A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) at The Autism Clinic at Hope

Discover how you can be the difference that helps a child reach their full potential.

Why Be A BCBA At The Autism Clinic?

The Hope Difference

Hope is a non-profit organization with nearly 70 years of legacy.  The Autism Clinic at Hope is committed to giving children with autism spectrum disorder professional care and attention so that they can soar.  With a focus on clinical quality and training for all levels, both children and BCBAs thrive at our clinics!

Why BCBAs Love The Autism Clinic at Hope

BCBAs from Cordovana and Gallatin, TN, and Huntsville clinics share why Hope is so special to them.

What our BCBAs Do


  • Assessment and Evaluation:

    • Conducting comprehensive behavioral assessments using various methods, including direct observation, interviews, and standardized tests.
    • Developing individualized treatment plans based on the assessment results.
  • Treatment Planning and Implementation:

    • Designing and implementing evidence-based intervention programs tailored to each child’s unique needs and goals.
    • Using principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach new skills and reduce challenging behaviors.
    • Ensuring that treatment plans are ethically sound and align with best practices.
  • Data Collection and Analysis:

    • Collecting and analyzing data on the child’s progress and behavior.
    • Making data-driven decisions to adjust treatment plans as needed for optimal outcomes.
    • Ensuring accurate and detailed documentation of all interventions and progress.
  • Training and Supervision:

    • Providing training and supervision to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and other support staff.
    • Ensuring that all team members are proficient in implementing ABA techniques and protocols.
    • Offering ongoing professional development and support to enhance staff skills and knowledge.
  • Family and Caregiver Involvement:

    • Collaborating with families to understand their needs and priorities for their child’s treatment.
    • Providing training and support to parents and caregivers to ensure consistency and effectiveness of interventions across different environments.
    • Maintaining open and regular communication with families to discuss progress and address any concerns.
  • Collaboration with Multidisciplinary Teams:

    • Working closely with other professionals, such as speech therapists, occupational therapists, and special education teachers, to provide comprehensive care.
    • Participating in multidisciplinary meetings to ensure cohesive and integrated treatment approaches.
What Our BCBAs Receive


  • Real Work-Life Balance
    • Manageable clinic-based caseloads with attainable weekly goals
    • Day-time hours ending no later than 4:30 pm; No evenings or weekends
    • Opportunities for full or part-time positions
    • Limited administrative duties with a focus on clinical care
    • Flexible scheduling
  • Professional Development
    • Generous professional development stipend and opportunities
    • Frequent internal training opportunities
    • A collaborative network of talented BCBAs
    • Promotional opportunities, including position advancement and relocation
  • Benefits
    • Health Insurance
    • Short-Term Disability Insurance
    • Paid Time Off (34 paid days off annually)
    • 401k + match
    • No non-competes
    • Compensation based on your level of experience
    • Referral bonus
    • Commitment bonus

Be part of the Hope Difference today!

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