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Beacon offers a supportive work environment, competitive salaries, research opportunities, 401K, and graduate tuition support

Beacon Services of Connecticut – Not only a great place to work, but also a GREAT PLACE to make a real difference

Early Intervention Associate 2

Positions available throughout Connecticut

For those new to the field and looking to gain experience. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree required. Even employees with minimal experience can become highly effective therapists. Early Intervention Associate 2’s receive comprehensive training and learn to implement behavior programming written by Early Intervention Associate 1’s and Board Certified Behavior Analysts.

Early Intervention Associate 1

Positions available all throughout Connecticut

For those with at least two years ABA experience who are eager to take the next step on their career path. Expand your knowledge by writing skill programs and progress reports, assist with training Early Intervention Associate 2’s in vivo, and collaborating with early intervention professionals and families.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Positions available throughout Connecticut

Whether you just passed the exam or have several years of experience, Beacon provides many opportunities to use your skills and expertise to provide clinical supervision, participate in research, attend conferences, and earn CEs!

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)

Positions available throughout Connecticut

Our SLPs conduct comprehensive speech-language and AAC evaluations, as well as provide home-based therapy to young children with developmental speech, language, social communication, and feeding disorders, including ASD.  Our therapists work collaboratively with families and home-based treatment teams to integrate therapeutic support across environments in order to produce the best outcomes.  Full time, part time, and subcontractor positions available.

Behavior Therapist – Public School Division

Positions available throughout Connecticut

A great opportunity for individuals with ABA experience seeking to work in a public school system implementing teaching and behavioral plans and programs to students one-on-one.

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Life at Beacon

Our staff travel to clients’ homes, daycare programs, and other community locations where the child feels most comfortable and is likely to make the most progress. During each 1.5 – 2 hour session, therapists teach children the skills that they need to attend to others, communicate, share, take turns, play with toys, and conduct activities of daily living such as washing hands and brushing teeth. Therapists design teaching sessions to be fun and interactive. Throughout each session, parents and caregivers are present and involved so that they can continue to practice the skills with the child after the therapist leaves. Supervisors also overlap in sessions each week to answer any questions and to provide therapists with ongoing training and support. A day in the life of a Beacon staff member provides many opportunities to make a difference in improving the lives of children with autism!

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Should I apply even if I am not sure I am qualified?

Yes! We are always excited to receive your application. Even if your resume does not meet the current qualification requirements, we will have you on file should these standards change in the future. Beacon has an exceptional orientation and professional development team, and we are very confident that we can provide you with the training that you will need to become a highly skilled professional, even if you currently have very little experience.

How does the recruiting process work?

Once you have successfully applied through the website, you will receive an email notification to inform you that you have applied successfully. If your education and experience are consistent with our current employment needs, a representative from our recruitment department will contact you to discuss the position further and to arrange an interview in our office, located in Cromwell.

What are next steps?

Once you submit your application, relax and let us take over from here. If you are scheduled for an interview, your recruiter will provide you with all of the information you will need about the next steps in the process.

Generally, how long does it take before I can begin?

We are eager to have qualified candidates join our team and begin making a difference in the lives of children and families throughout the Commonwealth! Qualified applicants can expect to attend an orientation session as soon as 3 weeks after the initial interview. If you are currently working, Beacon respects your responsibility to provide an adequate notice, and we will schedule your orientation to accommodate that notice.

How much training will I receive after I am hired?

Where do we begin? At Beacon Services of Connecticut, the training will continue throughout your career! The first week after you are hired, you will attend an orientation where you will learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder, Applied Behavior Analysis, and the teaching protocols that you will be using in your work with children.  You will also overlap with an experiences therapist and observe sessions in the field.   After your initial orientation is complete, you will be training in the field with skilled therapists, who will demonstrate teach you the skills you will need to work with our clients, as well as provide encouragement and feedback.. Be assured that you will not be working alone until you have received the support that you need in order to capably complete a session with the children you will be working with. But it does not end there! During your first 3 months of employment, you will receive increased supervision, feedback, and support.  Each quarter you will participate in a training day to further develop your skills as a therapist. Rest assured, Beacon has a well-designed and organized on-boarding process to optimize your transition to our team!

May I apply for more than one position?

Of course, although it is not necessary.   Our recruitment team is trained to evaluate your resume and your recruiter will discuss all the positions that you are qualified for during your meeting.

What if I still have questions? Is there someone I can talk to over the phone?

We would love to answer any additional questions that you may have.

You can reach us at  860-613-9930.

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