Join Our Team!

At KORA Analysis, we take pride in maintaining a close-knit community of supervisors and supervisees.  Many of our providers began with us as behavior technicians and have remained on board while growing in experience and expertise. Our team members enjoy flexibility, collaboration, and a supportive environment in which to work.  Positions include Behavior Consultants and Behavior Technicians.  Supervised experience is offered through employment as a Registered Behavior Technician.

 

If you are interested in working with us, please find our applications below and submit to: info@aba-consult.com.

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

BCBAs with KORA Analysis, LLC are contractors that enjoy independence that comes from the ability to create their own schedules and maintain their desired size of caseload, yet still enjoy the perks of working within a team.  BCBAs provide consultative and direct services.  Those approved by the BACB to supervise may oversee Behavior Technicians seeking certification.  Interested candidates must be BACB-approved and licensed to practice within their state.

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Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst

BCaBAs with KORA Analysis, LLC are independent contractors that enjoy the ability to create their own schedules and maintain their desired size of caseload, yet still enjoy the perks of working within a team.  BCaBAs may provide both consultative and direct services.  BCaBAs receive the BACB-required monthly supervision by an ABC BCBA.  Interested candidates must be BACB-approved and licensed to practice within their state.

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Registered Behavior Technician

Behavior Technicians are employees gaining supervised experience toward board certification.  Techs work directly under BCBAs while providing in-home services to clients.  Experience is divided among the direct implementation of interventions and the indirect behind-the-scenes work necessary for effective training to become a behavior analyst.  Applicants should have or working toward an undergraduate degree in psychology, education, or a related field, an interest in pursuing board certification. 

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