Level 1 therapy positions are appropriate for people who have little to no direct ABA experience.  Level 1 therapists provide therapy in 1:1 home settings with clients.  Level 1 therapists receive additional training and supports.  This position is appropriate for college students and paraprofessionals working in the human service field.  

level 1 positions are part-time with shifts available in the evenings and on weekends. this position requires:

  • clear cori check
  • reliable transportation
  • excellent references

Benefits include 4 weeks Paid Time Off, BCBS medical and dental, paid training, life and disability insurance, Fidelity IRA with employer matching, and mileage reimbursement.




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NEBS offers year-round, full-time,  paid internships, BCBA supervision, and training to students pursuing careers in ABA.  Please contact info@nebehavioralservices.com wtih the subject line "internship inquiry."

 All interns must have a documented record of successful experience in ABA and be nearing the end of their educational programs in order to be matched with a home-based client in a BCBA assisted supervisory role.  

NEBS interns are paid employees, with full - time and part - time options.  Full - time interns are subject to all of the benefits of regular, paid employment.

For our clients' benefit, NEBS does NOT offer short-term, summer, or semester-long internships for home services.  NEBS is not authorized to sponsor visas.  NEBS does not offer unpaid internships.

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​BCBAs and LABAs at NEBS play a crucial role in designing client programming, training staff, and providing training and ongoing to support to caregivers.  From assessment to goal mastery, the BCBA uses their analytical skills and empathy to create a dynamic and engaging client-based instructional program.

All BCBAs at NEBS participate in home-based and center-based sessions, and all BCBAs work flexible schedules which include after school hours.  The benefits package and salary structure for BCBAs are superior.

To inquire about applying to join NEBS clinical team, please contact


The Lead Behavior Therapist is appropriate for experienced behavior therapists.  Lead Behavior Therapist engages in all aspects of ABA therapy within the client home and community settings.  In addition, the Lead Behavior Therapist engages in case management responsibilities and attends weekly meetings with the supervising BCBA.  Where appropriate, the Lead Therapist assist with the skills-based training of fellow therapists.

A successful applicant for this position will have:

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience with ABA.  
  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification in good standing.
  • Working knowledge of Verbal Behavior and positive / supportive de-escalation skills.
  • BA / BS / MA / MS in ABA.  Degrees in Psychology or Special Education are acceptable when combined with s      substantial experience and documented ABA training.
  • The ability to work in both independent and collaborative environments.
  • A strong record of reliability and professional work ethic.
  • Excellent personal references, reliable transportation, and a clear CORI check                                                      
  • The ability to commit to a contract with a client for a minimum of one year.
  • ​Benefits include 4 weeks paid time off, BCBS medical and dental, life and disability insurance, paid training, option to enter the BCaBA or BCBA internship program with 100% employer paid tuition, fidelity IRA.