Sorry, this listing is no longer accepting applications. Don’t worry, we have more awesome jobs for you.

ABA Therapist- Ravenswood

Cornerstones Autism Services

ABA Therapist- Ravenswood

Chicago, IL
Part Time
  • Responsibilities

    Are you looking to make a difference in a family’s life? At Cornerstones Autism Services we are currently seeking highly motivated behavioral therapist and registered behavior technicians to work children and teens with Autism. Our therapists use applied behavior analysis programming and techniques to teach new skills and change a child's life. Therapists work one on one with a client to improve communication skills, daily living skills, social skills and more.

    Cornerstones Autism services is a home based ABA company that is dedicated to providing high quality ABA services to children and adolescents in the home, school, camp, community other natural settings. Staff at Cornerstones utilize empirically validated treatment approaches to address core symptoms of autism and assist all children and families to reach their fullest potential. Join the Cornerstones Autism Serivces and enjoy working with a fun, creative, and passionate team dedicated to making work fun while helping children and families achieve their goals.

    What we offer:

    Paid training to earn RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) Certification

    Company provided tablet for data collection

    Weekly supervision by your BCBA

    Team approach and opportunity to work in a variety of settings

    Aggressive hourly rates

    Bonus opportunities

    Potential to grow in the company

    BACB supervision opportunities

    Flexible schedule

    Job Duties:

    Work one on one with a child or teen on identified specific goals

    Implement behavior intervention plan to reduce negative behaviors

    Implement skill acquisition programs to increase functional skills

    Collect data in real time using electronic device

    Provide documentation of case notes

    Collaborate with BCBA and participate in team meetings


    Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Education, ABA or a related field

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    Personal means of transportation with a reliable vehicle

    Strong collaboration skills and willingness to work with other professionals

    Previous experience with children with autism