YOUR CAREER STARTS HERE!
At Beacon Services of Connecticut, our employees have the opportunity to make an impact in the lives of children with autism and other developmental delays.
- Speech Language Pathologist
- Speech and Language Pathologist Clinical Fellow
- Occupational Therapist
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst
- Licensed Social Worker
- Physical Therapist
- Clinical Supervisor/Director Level Clinician
- Early Childhood Educator
- Occupational Therapist Associate
- Developmental Therapy Associates
- ABA Therapists
- Scheduling and Intake Coordinator
We Proudly Offer Benefits, Including:
- Competitive Wages and Compensation
- Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Plans
- Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts
- Voluntary Benefits
- Retirement Plan with Employer Contribution
- Paid Time Off (Holiday, Vacation and Sick)
- Professional Development Opportunities
Beacon services of Connecticut is seeking qualified staff who are interested in joining our team. If you don’t see your desired position below or are unsure which position best suits your qualifications, submit a general application.
Developmental Therapy Associate I
The Developmental Therapy Associate I employee works within an assigned region and is responsible for implementing behavioral programs primarily for young children with autism. This position is for employees who have some experience with ABA and with children with developmental disabilities. Our Developmental Therapy Associates receive training and ongoing supervision from a BCBA and may assist with assessment, data collection, and family coaching.
Developmental Therapy Associate II
The Developmental Therapy Associate II employee works within an assigned region and is responsible for implementing behavioral programs primarily for young children with autism. This position is for employees who have a bachelor’s degree but are new to the field and looking to gain experience. Our Developmental Therapy Associates receive comprehensive training and receive ongoing supervision and support by Board Certified Behavior Analysts.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA / LBA)
Our Board-Certified Behavior Analysts work in an assigned region and are responsible for evaluation of children’s current abilities using various assessment tools. Clinicians synthesize evaluation results, work as part of a team to develop individualized treatment plans, provide clinical supervision, and use data-driven/evidence-based intervention to facilitate children’s participation within the home environment.
Occupational Therapist (OT)
Our Occupational Therapists work in an assigned region and are responsible for evaluation of children’s current abilities using developmental and motor assessments. Clinicians synthesize evaluation results, work as part of a team to develop individualized treatment plans and use evidence-based intervention to facilitate children’s participation within the home environment.
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
Our Speech and Language Pathologists work in an assigned region and are responsible for evaluation of children’s current abilities using developmental and speech assessments. Clinicians synthesize evaluation results, work as part of a team to develop individualized treatment plans and use evidence-based intervention to facilitate children’s participation within the home environment.
ABA Behavior Therapist - Public School Division
Beacon Services of Connecticut is currently seeking a Behavior Therapist for our Public School Division who will be responsible for the implementation of teaching and behavioral plans and programs developed by the BCBAs in schools.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Public School Division
Beacon Services of Connecticut is currently seeking a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) for our Public School Division. Expand your skills by working with students of varied skill levels, including students with autism, in a public school setting!
Early Childhood Educator / Developmental Therapist (DT)
Our Developmental Therapists work in an assigned region to provide in-home services for children between the ages of birth to three. They assist in evaluating a child’s skills across a variety of developmental domains and then use this information to help develop and implement interventions. Developmental Therapists work as part of a multidisciplinary team to support families and children as they learn and grow.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LMSW / LCSW)
Our Licensed Social Workers work in an assigned region and provide support to families and the clinical team within our Birth to Three program. They participate in case management, evaluation, and direct services aimed at enhancing a family’s capacity to nurture their child’s growth and development.
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 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 regularly 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 and other developmental delays!
Tuition Support at Affiliated Master Degree Programs
How does the recruiting process work?
Once you have successfully applied through the beaconct.org 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.
What are next steps?
Generally, how long does it take before I can begin?
How much training will I receive after I am hired?
At Beacon Services of Connecticut, we view training as a career-long process! Beginning the first week after hire, employees attend an orientation to learn about being a provider in Birth to Three, including topics such as child development and early milestones, Early Intervention and family centered practices, and the primary service provider approach to teaming. New employees then overlap with experienced Early Intervention providers and observe sessions in the field. After the initial orientation is complete, employees then receive further training in the field with skilled therapists, who will model and teach each of the skills needed to work with children and their caregivers, as well as provide encouragement and feedback. But it does not end there! During the first 3 months of employment, professionals receive individually tailored supervision, feedback, and support. Ongoing training is also provided on relevant topics that will further each professionals’ capacity as both a clinician and an early intervention provider. Rest assured, Beacon has a well-designed and organized on-boarding process to optimize your transition to our team!
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 860-608-2038 or firstname.lastname@example.org.