Career Opportunities at our Autism Treatment Center

Why choose a career at The SEED Center? Simple, it is important to positively impact the lives of children with autism and help to give them an opportunity to live their best life! Providing ABA therapy for those in need is a fulfilling experience as you know you are impacting the client’s life as well as the lives of their loved ones. We are looking for people who strive to make a difference and invest in the growth and development of others. Together, our team will help others in need and teach them the necessary skills to excel in their individual lives. If you want to join our team and you believe you have the necessary skills and experience, please fill out an application.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Behavior Technician (BT)

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“I did my undergrad in psychology from SUNY Polytechnic Institute and my Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis from Western Connecticut State University. I am currently working on getting my Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology. With this degree in conjunction with my BCBA, I will be able to both diagnose various mental and developmental disorders. It is important to me, to be able to diagnose because I want to be able to ensure all children regardless of socioeconomic status obtain the proper diagnosis they require. For the past 3 months I have enjoyed working at The SEED Center. I thought commuting from The Bronx, NY would be dreadful but coming into the center is always a pleasure. The families and clients I have been working with have been nothing but phenomenal. They have been the perfect transition into a new company. I have enjoyed working with the clients at The SEED Center. I also like that The SEED Center, unlike other companies I have worked for, does not focus on “billable hours” but more on providing the BCBAs with more of a work-life balance when it comes to their caseload. The individuals that work at The SEED Center have been warm and inviting in my transition into the company. It has felt like a family environment. My tips for new BCBAs are, it is okay to reach out to other BCBAs for help. Never be too intimidated if there is something you don’t know or need clarification on. If a company makes you feel bad for requesting help or expressing that there is something you don’t understand as a new BCBA, that is not a company you want to work for. This is something I have learned in the 11 months I have been a BCBA.”