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Director of Behavior Analysis


Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States

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Director of Behavior Analysis

Position details: Full-time position; Monday through Friday; daylight & after school/early evening hours may vary. Travel required between assigned location, home office, and other locations for team meetings.  Travel may be required throughout home office location and surrounding counties.

The Director of Behavioral Analysis (DBA) position provides the clinical backbone for behavioral services provided by FBR.  The DBA is responsible for providing regular supervision and clinical guidance to field staff through individual and/or group meetings and onsite consultation.  DBAs will also develop and administer trainings to staff as needed. 

In addition to face to face supervision, the DBA is also responsible for ongoing clinical audits of existing documentation including functional behavior assessments, behavioral and/or skill deficit assessments, treatment plans, progress documentation, and data analysis.  DBAs will work as part of a clinical team of BCBAs who are available for support and work together to provide opportunities for ongoing professional collaboration and development of FBRs field staff.  This is a supervisory position with no caseload or productivity requirements.


  • Master’s degree in behavior analysis, special education, or related field.
  • Must have active BCBA certification
  • BSL required


The Director of Behavior Analysis (DBA):

  • Provides clinical oversight of all services provided within regional area programs.
  • Collaborates in the maintenance and development of new programs to service consumers
  • Clinically directs and guides assigned programs
  • By leading team meetings/engagement in leadership meetings, participate in the strategic
  • development of the clinical team members (supervisors and field staff), and assigned programs.
  • Maintaining unbiased collaboration with all agencies providing community support
  • Supports the Family Behavioral Resources and AERI Behavioral Health brand strategy
  • Maintains a commitment to professional development
  • Adheres to professional and ethical interaction policies and procedures
  • By interacting professionally, ethically, and respectfully with candidates, and other team
  • members and co-workers, at all times; following policy and procedure and maintaining
  • appropriate professional boundaries
  • Supports on-going and future business needs
  • By completing other duties, as assigned, to effectively support business priorities and processes

FBR is an Equal Opportunity Employer

FBR provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment free from unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation or any other status protected by local, state, or federal law.

Job type: Full-time