Careers
Appointments

Career Opportunities

If you are seeking opportunities with a reputable ABA company where you can learn and grow professionally, we are the place for you. Recognized as a leading provider of ABA services in Central Florida, Interventions Unlimited has been helping individuals with autism spectrum disorder, behavioral challenges, or other unique learning needs achieve their maximum potential for nearly 15 years.

With a dynamic team of more than 70 behavior analysts and therapists, we offer a fun, positive, supportive, professional and organized work environment that fosters teamwork, inspires professional excellence and encourages contributions by all members of our organization. When considering a career with Interventions Unlimited, know you would be joining a team that is passionate about our field and the lives we touch every day.

Interventions Unlimited is an internship practicum site for several university programs such as University of Central Florida, Florida Institute of Technology, Sage Collage, and Nova University.

Top 10 reasons for joining Interventions Unlimited:

  • Unmatchable reputation
  • Sustainable growth
  • Positive work environment
  • Employer’s commitment to help you succeed
  • Opportunities for training, growth and advancement
  • High ethical and professional standards
  • High customer and employee satisfaction
  • Competitive pay, steady referrals, and flexible schedule for behavior analysts and ABA therapists
  • Excellent benefit package for full time employees.
  • Tuition discount with partner Universities such as Rollins College, Kaplan University

Current Job Openings:

 

ABA Program Supervisors (BCBA)
  • Qualification: BCBA with supervisory experience
  • Salary: These are employment positions, not contracting. $50,000 to $65,000 per year
  • Benefit package: Paid Time Off; CEU reimbursement; Medical, dental and vision insurance; 401K with up to 4% employer matching

        Main job responsibilities:

  • Conduct assessments such as FBA, ABLLS, etc.
  • Develop behavioral intervention plans and treatment plans
  • Develop skill acquisition programs to teach a wide variety of skills
  • Provide training and consultation with parents and caregivers
  • Provide supervision to other ABA therapists
  • Analyze and graph data
  • Other duties as assigned
Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBA) in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Volusia, and Lake Counties.

          Main Job Responsibilities:

  • Conduct assessments such as FBA, ABLLS, etc.
  • Develop behavioral intervention plans and treatment plans
  • Develop skill acquisition programs to teach a wide variety of skills
  • Provide direct skill acquisition training with clients
  • Provide training and consultation with parents and caregivers
  • Provide supervision to other ABA therapists
  • Provide consultation to other professionals
  • Analyze and graph data

ABA Therapists and Behavior Assistants

         Main Job Responsibilities:

  • Implement skills acquisition programs
  • Implement behavior intervention plans
  • Collect data
  • Communicate with supervisor regarding client progress

Paid and non-paid internships

A great way to gain experience and training in the field of behavior analysis and working with children with autism or other developmental disabilities. Some internships can be paid positions.

We will supervise individuals pursuing BCBA or BCaBA certification as required by the certification board to meet the requirements.

Volunteers

 

"I started with the Interventions Unlimited over 5 years ago as an intern.  This has been a blessing in my life as it has provided me with encouragement and training from the staff and continues to allow me opportunities to grow and be challenged within the company as a BCBA. It has allowed me to have a flexible schedule as well as maintain an acceptable work load. I enjoy the interaction with clients and together we have been able to make a positive impact on many children and their families lives!"