Working at BLC
Since BLC opened its doors in 2007, we have worked hard to help individuals with special needs become the greatest versions of themselves. It is the same philosophy we have adopted with every member of our close-knit family...and we want YOU to be part of it!
BLC is a rapidly growing industry with plenty of opportunities for development. We are determined to grow our team by recruiting talented professionals to implement autism treatment.
Working with BLC means you will have support and training in an environment that encourages questions and addresses your concerns. We are family-oriented and have been told repeatedly that we have our priorities right. And the work you will do with the kiddos can be summed up in one word: REWARDING!
Reasons why you should work with BLC!
You should talk to us today…even if you do not have formal training in Applied Behavior Analysis. Because at BLC you will discover:
- Flexible working hours
- Communicative co-workers
- Extensive, ongoing training
- An opportunity to work independently
- Management with an open-door policy
- A uniform desire to always do better!
Behavioral Learning Center offers amazing career opportunities and internships for the following:
- ABA Therapist
- Behavior Specialist
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
- Behavioral Therapist
- Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
- Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
- And much more!
A Position with Purpose
Besides our cumulative decades of knowledge, BLC has been around as a company long enough to know what works and what does not. We are a diverse group and hire based on qualifications, without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, orientation, or age.
Whether you already have experience, or you are just getting started, BLC has developed a well-defined career path for your future growth. This, in turn, opens advancement opportunities like obtaining an RBT and accessing our paid Program Manager Internship.
Professional development for our team members is very important to us here at BLC. This translates to supervisory and management teams understanding firsthand from day one the challenges you will encounter. They know how rewarding the work can be when you have the passion to help others. And they recognize there are frustrations brought about by the process, and what they need to do to make things easier.