Atlantic Behavior Services is a small and rapidly growing behavioral service provider based out of MidCoast Maine. Atlantic academy is a special purpose private school dedicated to treating and educating our most needy population.

We provide evidence-based programming, treatment, and training to school districts and human service providers throughout greater Maine. 

Job Opportunities

Atlantic Academy is hiring for Ed Tech IIIs / BHPs +

We are currently seeking full-time and part-time Ed. Tech IIIs to help students with special needs achieve treatment progress and learn meaningful life skills for the purpose of successful integration into mainstream settings. The right candidate for these positions will be:

  1. Invested in learning evidence-based approaches for students with both emotional-behavioral disorders, and students with autism.

  2. Interested in working closely within a team atmosphere.

  3. Amenable to ongoing positive support & supervision.

Staff at Atlantic Academy will receive professional development opportunities in innovative practices and approaches in both applied behavior analysis, mental health, behavioral medicine, and education. Staff is encouraged to advance professionally in the fields of applied behavior analysis, social work, psychology and/or education through advancement and supervision opportunities. By the end of your training and supervision, you will be a Registered Behavior Technician, a nationally certified credential through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.

Qualifications: Must have bachelor`s degree. Must hold or is eligible for State of Maine Ed Tech III certification (i.e., at least 90 college credits). A CHRC (Criminal History Record Check) done by the Department of Education. Behavior Health Professional Certification a plus, however training for BHP Certification will be provided if not already BHP Certified.

Benefits: Very competitive starting wage ($16-$19 per hour, commensurate with experience). PTO, health insurance, retirement, and clinical supervision towards BCaBA/BCBA for employees averaging 35+ hours/week. Training/certification as an RBT.

Please send inquiries, cover letter and resume, copy of certification and CHRC, transcripts and three professional references/letters of recommendation to
edonovan@atbehavior.com
10 Knowlton St
Camden, ME 04843-1517

Atlantic Behavior Services is hiring for Board Certified Behavior Analyst +

We are looking for Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) experienced in delivering top-notch services in schools and home settings. The right candidate must have excellent interpersonal and writing skills, be adept at cultivating and maintaining positive and productive relationships with a variety of stakeholder, handle adversity in a professional and solution-based manner, and be dedicated to delivering evidence-based programming. Excellent organizational and time management skills are a must.

Job duties include:

  • Conducting functional behavior assessments, functional analyses, and language-based assessments.
  • Determining scope of services with special education directors, school administration, teachers, and families.
  • Developing pragmatic interventions, protocols, and comprehensive behavior programming.
  • Training staff on behavior reduction, skill-acquisition, crisis intervention procedures, and systems of support.
  • Supervising programs.
  • Responding to, and mitigating, treatment barriers in a professional and productive manner.
  • Providing feedback to staff regarding implementation of behaviorally-based procedures and strategies.
  • Supervising BCaBAs in carrying out behavior programming.
  • Developing and presenting assessment and consultation reports.
  • Collecting data, writing reports, and documenting barriers to treatment.
  • As needed development of tracking sheets, visual schedules, token boards, and other materials and systems that may be necessary.
  • Maintaining appropriate boundaries with staff and clients and adhering to the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct.
  • Supervising programs.
  • Responding to, and mitigating, treatment barriers in a professional and productive manner.
  • Providing feedback to staff regarding implementation of behaviorally-based procedures and strategies.
  • Supervising BCaBAs in carrying out behavior programming.
  • Developing and presenting assessment and consultation reports.
  • Collecting data, writing reports, and documenting barriers to treatment.
  • As needed development of tracking sheets, visual schedules, token boards, and other materials and systems that may be necessary.
  • Maintaining appropriate boundaries with staff and clients and adhering to the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently certified as a BCBA
  • Approval to work in Maine public schools (by passing a background check).
  • Experience conducting and writing assessment reports.
  • Experience developing and supervising behavior programs, protocols, and intensive teaching strategies to students with autism and related disorders, and students identified with emotional disturbance.
  • Experience taking data.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working in schools and knowledge of IEPs and federal special education laws.
  • Experience with dangerous behaviors.

Part-time and full-time positions are available.

Benefits and Compensations

  • Mileage to and from worksite.
  • $40-70 per hour (as 1099 contractor) depending on experience.
  • Quarterly performance reviews and performance-based incentives.
  • Work for a rapidly growing organization dedicated to expanding services to the under-served.

    We are looking for a team member interested in long-term employment and in helping a growing organization work at its best, most efficient level. References will be required.

    If you think you fit these qualifications, please submit a cover letter and resume to mail@atbehavior.com

Atlantic Behavior Services is hiring for Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst +

We are looking for a Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) experienced in implementing a wide range of behavioral strategies, behavior reduction, and skill-acquisition programs. The BCaBA will work under the direct supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Job duties include:

  • Conducting functional behavior assessments, functional analyses, and language-based assessments.
  • Determining scope of services with special education directors, school administration, teachers, and families.
  • Developing pragmatic interventions, protocols, and comprehensive behavior programming.
  • Training staff on behavior reduction, skill-acquisition, crisis intervention procedures, and systems of support.
  • Supervising programs.
  • Responding to, and mitigating, treatment barriers in a professional and productive manner.
  • Providing feedback to staff regarding implementation of behaviorally-based procedures and strategies.
  • Supervising BCaBAs in carrying out behavior programming.
  • Developing and presenting assessment and consultation reports.
  • Collecting data, writing reports, and documenting barriers to treatment.
  • As needed development of tracking sheets, visual schedules, token boards, and other materials and systems that may be necessary.
  • Maintaining appropriate boundaries with staff and clients and adhering to the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct.

The right candidate must be willing to follow direction from a clinical supervisor (BCBA), be comfortable with the potential for dangerous behaviors, be highly professional and adaptable, and have excellent written and communication skills. Certification in SafetyCare or other crisis management training is a plus.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently certified as a BCaBA
  • Approval to work in Maine public schools (by passing a background check).
  • Experience implementing behavior programs, protocols, and intensive teaching strategies to students with autism and related disorders, and students identified with ED.
  • Experience taking data.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in language acquisition programming, discrete trial instruction, and naturalistic teaching methods.
  • Experience working with students identified with emotional disturbance.
  • Experience with dangerous behaviors.
  • Experience with teaching functional skills, utilizing errorless learning procedures, and direct instruction programs.

Part-time and full-time positions are available.

Benefits and Compensations

  • Mileage to and from worksite.
  • Supervision towards BCBA offered.
  • $20-35 per hour depending on experience.
  • Quarterly performance reviews and performance-based raises.
  • Work for a rapidly growing organization dedicated to expanding services to the under-served.

    We are looking for a team member interested in long-term employment and in helping a growing organization work at its best, most efficient level. References will be required.

    If you think you fit these qualifications, please submit a cover letter and resume to mail@atbehavior.com