Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Position


The Madrone School is a private, non-profit school that provides ABA and educational services in a full-day, year-round program to children with autism in the greater Seattle area. We are a team of dedicated professionals who are committed to the children we serve and our core values of Respect, Empowerment, Commitment, Communication, and Innovation.  We are looking for a dynamic BCBA to join our team!


At The Madrone School, we use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to help our students learn and grow in a school environment. Currently on two campuses, our Redmond campus provides a setting for students who require 1:1 instruction, and our Woodinville campus is home to our Early Learning program and our Classroom Program which focuses on group learning. The current BCBA position is for our Redmond campus, and will serve students ages 7 to 14. Instructional domains across all our programs include: communication/verbal behavior, functional academics, self-management skills, social skills, leisure skills, adaptive skills, prevocational skills, and managing challenging behaviors.


Our BCBAs maintain small caseloads of 5 to 7 clients, work out of our school location (no driving), and maintain full-time, day-time hours (8:00-4:00).


We offer a competitive salary, paid time off, and reimbursement for continuing education. 

We are a 501c(3) non-profit organization.

BCBA Responsibilities

  • Conduct assessments and re-assessments as needed 

  • Develop, write, implement, and update Treatment Plans 

  • Evaluate students’ progress and make changes to interventions as needed utilizing data collection application (Catalyst)

  • Demonstrate mastery of basic and advanced behavior analytic principles and teaching methods

  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments and Functional Analyses as needed and write corresponding Behavior Intervention Plans

  • Provide direct supervision and crisis management when challenging behaviors occur

  • Conduct regular individualized parent/caregiver training

  • Provide supervision, training, and mentorship to a team of Behavior Technicians

  • Collaborate with students’ related service providers and/or other ABA service providers

  • Independently seek out professional development opportunities

  • Keep track of billable hours, maintain SOAP notes, and maintain familiarity with billable expectations with the support of the Clinical Director and our Billing Specialist

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in ABA, Education, Psychology, or a related field

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst in good standing with the BACB

  • Licensed Behavior Analyst in the state of Washington (or ability to become licensed prior to start date)

  • 2+ years of experience working with individuals with autism


Preferred Qualifications

  • 1+ years working as a BCBA

  • Experience working in a school setting and/or collaborating with special educators, speech therapists and occupational therapists

  • Experience working with clients who utilize alternative, augmentative communication (AAC)

  • Experience conducting FBAs, implementing Behavior Intervention Plans and managing challenging behaviors

  • Experience leading and managing a team of Behavior Technicians/aides 

  • Experience conducting behavior analytics assessments including: VB MAPP, AFLS, ABLLS


Reports to:

Assistant Clinical Director, Clinical Director


Physical Requirements:

Work at students’ level in the classroom (bending, kneeling, and sitting on floor)

 Infrequently transfer, lift, carry, push or pull 25 pounds or more


To Apply

Send your resume and a cover letter detailing your experience and interest to:

All applicants will be required to pass a background check and provide 2-3 positive professional references who are familiar with your work.

Location: Redmond, Washington

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