Let us help you do what you do best.

Red House gives you the opportunity to use your skills in a user-friendly and supportive environment that allows you freedom to create and deliver ABA programs that will make a difference.

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As ABA professionals, your interest is in finding the best ways to help kids and families bring about meaningful and positive behavior change, to increase skills and functional communication, and to become more independent.

We share your vision.

Our company is here every day to help you with your questions, issues and concerns. Emails and calls are returned promptly. The staff is knowledgeable, professional and compassionate. Company president Dr. Robert Levine is a clinician who has worked for many years with hundreds of families all over the country coordinating ABA services. Red House also has an ongoing commitment to staff education and training and offers numerous resources for both our BCBA providers and families.

What’s important to us is you.

We believe that your success is our success, and our goal is to support you to be the best that you can be. From inception of a case through ongoing services, we’re with you every step of the way to ensure that you have the resources you need. The Case Management process is streamlined to make sure that administrative issues can be resolved quickly and easily, and our payroll process is simple and dependable.


Hear what they’re saying.

“Working with Red House has been a perfect experience for me. The team responds to every question or concern I may have in a timely manner – making this system work seamlessly for me as a provider, for the RBTs working with me, and for the families we serve.”
— Becky B., BCBA, Kansas City, MO

“Working at Red House has been a wonderful experience. They are a supportive and inclusive team who has valued my input to better improve clients’ experience and potential.”
— Jordan M., Behavior Therapist, Worcester, MA

“I have loved the Red House provider experience. The attention that they give their cases and providers filters down to each family and helps them achieve their maximum potential. Plus the cases are so convenient – I’m so relieved I don’t have to do all the driving that I used to.”
— Betsy D., Redwood City, CA


Positions & Locations

We frequently update our position locations, so check back with us often.

BCBA Supervisor

The BCBA Supervisor executes a variety of clinical and administrative tasks to effectively oversee ABA programs within the Company. BCBAs coordinate and conduct Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA); they plan, develop and supervise implementation of behavior intervention plans that teach new behavioral, social, and daily living skills. BCBAs also train parents in the use of positive behavioral intervention techniques, collect and analyze data and provide feedback to behavior therapists.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Education, or a related field.
  • BCBA Certification (and state license where applicable).
  • Able to drive with reliable transportation, and available to work 8am-6pm daily.
  • Experience providing ABA services for children on the autism spectrum.

Must Have Knowledge Of

  • Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • BCBA Certification (and state license where applicable).
  • Child development, autism spectrum disorder and related disorders.
  • Data collection design and methods.

Benefits

  • Flexible schedule, direct deposit.
  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available.

Current Location Openings

  • Natick, MA
  • Camden County, NC
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Sunnyvale, CA (BCBA or BCaBA)

Behavior Therapist

The Behavior Therapist providers 1:1 ABA therapy services in the child’s home, school or other natural environment. They teach new behavioral, social and daily living skills and effectively respond to and minimize difficult or disruptive behaviors. Behavior Therapists run discrete trials and collect empirical data to track a child’s progress. They create and organize teaching materials, conduct parent trainings and complete daily clinic notes, logs and behavior tracking sheets.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 48 college credit hours or a bachelor’s degree in Education, Psychology or related field, or GED/HS and 500 hours of past employment providing ABA services.
  • Reliable means of transportation required.

Must Have Knowledge Of

  • Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis – SPED background or training in ABA preferred.
  • Child development, and autism spectrum disorder, and related disorders – prior experience with special needs children preferred.
  • Child development, autism spectrum disorder and related disorders.
  • Data collection design and methods.

Benefits

  • Flexible schedule, direct deposit.
  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) training and credentialing available.

Current Location Openings

  • Alameda, East Bay, Redwood City, San Francisco
  • Fairfield, CA
  • Amherst, MA
  • Bedford, MA
  • Natick, MA
  • Camden County, NC


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