• Responsible for direct services with the client.
  • Implement individualized behavior plan and programming strategies designed by supervisor.
  • Utilize ABA principles including discrete trial teaching, incidental learning, shaping, chaining, differential reinforcement, etc., under the direction of supervisor.
  • Provide social skills training, and generalization of skills into school and community settings.
  • Track progress and behaviors using specified data collection methods during every session.
  • Take session notes and maintain and graph all data.
  • Maintain program book and all materials for programming.

ABA Services continues to grow!

ABA Tutors must meet all of the following:​​

  1. Be a high school graduate or GED equivalent.
  2. Must have a valid driver's license.
  3. Must pass all background investigations required by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services to include State and FBI criminal backgrounds checks and CPS check.


ABA Services currently has opportunities for Behavior Interventionists, BCaBAs, and BCBAs in the Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire areas!

Interested professionals should email a resume to
contact@abaservices.us or call 1-888-832-8919 to find out more information.

Primary Responsibilities for an ABA Tutor:

Our team provides ABA treatment to clients ranging in age from 2 to 21 with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum in the greater Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire areas. Services are provided in the client's home and community. All of our leadership and supervisors hold BCBAs or BCaBAs and work closely with clients and staff to promote growth and development. ABA Services is a great place to earn Supervised Independent Fieldwork towards your BCBA certification. Our clients receive ongoing assessments and extensive parent training. Our treatment is individualized for each client as well as data and research driven.

Minimum Qualifications for ABA Tutors: