Working at NAC

Northwest Autism Center employs a diverse network of individuals committed to providing comprehensive services for those with autism spectrum disorder using community based approaches

At Northwest Autism Center we work together to reach every child and adult in a continuum of settings through a strong community outreach program and on-site service provision. We are the only non-profit Applied Behavior Analysis service provider in the Inland Northwest and those who join our staff enjoy a rewarding environment, competitive pay and excellent benefits. 

28

Behavior Technicians

4

Board Certified Behavior Analysts

Why Choose Us

We are looking for talented, ambitious and collaborative people to come alongside our mission and vision. Working at Northwest Autism Center you have the opportunity to serve individuals with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and be apart of their skill development and behavior change using Applied Behavior Analysis.  

Mission focused

We fill service gaps in the community through individualized treatment plans, occupational and recreational programs and by providing services to youth and adults.

University partnerships

We work with statewide universities to include opportunities for university student practicum and internship positions and supervision hours for BCBA candidates

Career track oriented

We have a defined career success strategy built on structured mentorships and trainings to prepare individuals for a rewarding career in ABA therapy.

Qualified Staff

We employ Board Certified Behavior Analysts who oversee a team of Certified Behavior Technicians to provide clinic or community-based ABA services to individuals with autism and other intellectual disabilities.

Our Benefits

  • Competitive Pay 
  • Retention bonus after 1 year of employment
  • Health Insurance, paid vacation, and life insurance for full-time individuals.
  • Sick pay for both full and part-time individuals.
  • Simple IRA retirement plan with a 3% company match
  • Gain experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Training provided in Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Collaborative, research-based clinical and community-based environments
  • ABA career mentorship and support
  • Opportunity for BCBA field supervision hours

Current openings

We are happy to receive interest from qualified applicants anytime!

If you are interested in working with Northwest Autism Center, please follow the links below to apply for specific opportunities.  


Northwest Autism Center celebrates the individualism of its employees, patients, and families. We are committed to nurturing a safe and respectful relationship with our community that celebrates the things that make us special and give us the confidence to engage with each other as we wish to be seen and treated. We are more than an equal-opportunity employer – we are a diversity partner.


We look forward to working with you soon!

Are you looking for an opportunity to work for a growing, successful non-profit invested in the Spokane community? 

Are you ready to take that next step into a more advanced role with greater responsibility? 

 

Northwest Autism Center is seeking a qualified financial professional to become our Finance Director to oversee all financial aspects of our small business and drive the organization’s financial growth, strategy and planning. With strong support from leadership, this position is responsible for assessing the financial performance of the organization and advising on areas of vulnerability and growth.  Additional responsibilities include payroll, risk management, and direct oversight of contracts, general accounting, billing, accounts receivable and collection.

 

This position is full-time salaried.  Work days are Monday – Friday during normal business hours, but some schedule flexibility and work from home options are available.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Ideal candidates will have experience with financial forecasting, planning, budgeting, investing, assessment, audits, and various other finance-related duties, preferably in a senior level finance position.  Finance experience in a non-profit, healthcare or medical billing environment a strong plus. Must be highly proficient with QuickBooks, and have the ability to learn complicated medical software systems quickly in order to pull reports.  Must possess the ability to translate financial concepts to – and to effectively collaborate with — program and fundraising colleagues who do not necessarily have finance backgrounds. This includes preparation of financial reports for the Executive Director and presenting at Board meetings.  Prior experience supervising staff another plus (this position oversees two administrative staff members.)

BENEFITS

  • Competitive compensation
  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Retirement plan with company match
  • Paid vacation and sick time
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development
  • Member of a growing organization that is committed to the individual, community, inter-professional education and impacting systems on a local, state, and national level

 

Northwest Autism Center celebrates the individualism of its employees, patients, and families.  We are committed to nurturing a safe and respectful relationship with our community that celebrates the things that make us special and give us the confidence to engage with each other as we wish to be seen and treated.  We are more than an equal opportunity employer – we are a diversity partner.  We look forward to working with you soon!

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Northwest Autism Center is currently searching for passionate, dedicated individuals to join our stellar team of Behavior Technicians to provide ABA services to individuals with autism and other intellectual disabilities. We currently have full-time and part-time positions available (10 – 32+ hours per week) in our community-based programs. Employees in this program could be located in our Day Clinic, school, or in-home environments.

As a Behavior Technician, you will serve individuals with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and focus on skill development and behavior change using Applied Behavior Analysis. You will work directly under a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to implement 1:1 programming with clients. Duties will include implementing intervention, ongoing data collection and graphing, behavior management and support, and collaboration with staff and families.

What We Offer:

  • PAID training to become a Certified Behavior Technician! (takes about 4-8 weeks to complete) SIGN-ON BONUS for those who already hold their RBT or CBT!!
  • Retention bonus after 1 year of employment
  • Health Insurance, paid vacation, and paid sick leave for full-time individuals
  • Paid sick leave and flexible schedules for community-based individuals
  • Opportunity for BCBA field supervision hours
  • Gain experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Training provided in Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Collaborative, research based, clinical and community-based environments
  • ABA career mentorship and support

Minimum Requirements:

  • Experience working with children
  • Ability to pass the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) exam, and the Certified Behavior Technician (CBT) background checks.
  • Background in special education, psychology, or a related field
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to follow directions and respond to corrective feedback
  • Commitment to principles of Behavior Analysis
  • Reliable transportation to travel between clinics and/or community-based environments
  • Physically capable and able to lift up to 50 lbs
  • Ability to work a minimum of 20 hours per week
  • For community-based positions, must be available to work any hours M – F 8am – 7pm. Schedules will be regular and based on client need.

Preferred Requirements:

  • RBT or CBT certification (will be given first consideration in selection process)
  • Experience and/or coursework in ABA and autism
  • Experience providing services to children with autism or other disabilities
  • Experience in implementation of ABA programming
  • Experience working closely with parents and families
  • Pursuing a career in Special Education, Behavior Analysis, Psychology, or related field

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Northwest Autism Center is currently searching for passionate, dedicated individuals to join our stellar team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts to participate in the development and implementation of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) programming for in home, community and clinical settings.  At this time, we are giving first consideration to candidates who have experience with developing programs for adolescents and/or adults, or with crisis intervention.

As we continue to expand the diversity and breadth of our reach, our BCBAs are front and center to help lead the way! We invite you to take a closer look at position details below:

What We Offer:

  • Manageable caseload of clients in order to enhance quality service provision and staff support;
  • Competitive compensation;
  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance (premiums paid 100%);
  • Retirement plan with 3% match;
  • Paid vacation and sick time;
  • CEU’s provided;
  • Professional certifications/renewals paid;
  • Access to professionals in multi-disciplinary fields;
  • Multiple opportunities for professional growth and development;
  • Mentorship and support from Leadership; and
  • Member of a growing organization that is committed to the individual, community, inter-professional education and impacting systems on a local, state, and national level.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Maintain regular schedule of effective supervision for Behavior Technicians (BTs).
  • Maintain and deliver high-quality services for assigned caseload of clients.
  • Conduct comprehensive assessment and write appropriate treatment plans for clients.
  • Design, collect, graph, analyze and report client data.
  • Establish and implement practices to promote the care, safety and health of each client across all environments.
  • Provide direct treatment services to clients, as needed.
  • Provide training and on-going support to assigned BTs.
  • Maintain regular and effective communication with client families, colleagues and supervisor.
  • Deliver education and training to families.
  • Coordinate with families, staff and other team members to ensure program consistency.

Minimum Requirements:

  • BCBA® certification
  • Experience in providing ABA services to individuals with ASD and other Developmental Disabilities
  • Approved by BACB® to provide BCBA® supervision
  • Experience with ABLLS-R or VB-MAPP
  • Ability to pass background checks and clearances
  • Excellent assessment, intervention, and organizational skills
  • Mature interpersonal, communication, and collaborative skills

Preferred Requirements:

  • Experience working with multiple age ranges of individuals (children, teenagers and adults)
  • Ability to work flexible hours

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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Address

528 E Spokane Falls Blvd Suite 14 Spokane, WA 99202

Call Us

(509) 328-1582 Mon - Thu, 8:00-4:30, Fri 9:30-2:30

Email Us

info@nwautism.org