Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Specialized Services - Schools Moline, Illinois


Position at SESI Schools


We are seeking a Behavior Analyst for our Quad Cities, Illinois Campus & Davenport-IDC, Iowa Campus.

The Behavior Analyst will develop interventions to increase positive behaviors and progress towards the students’ goals to enhance the success of students in the education environment. 

Duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Provide behavior training and consultation to school personnel.
  • Observe students in their educational environment, analyze existing data, and conduct different assessments (i.e., preference assessments, experimental functional analysis, etc.) to increase student success.
  • Through observations write and provide notes/recommendations for the educational team and write an ABA report based off of observations and recommendations.
  • Create and model implementation of behavior programs/strategies in the school environment.
  • Help create materials (i.e., visual schedules, token boards, social stories, etc.) for the educational team to use to help the student succeed.
  • Facilitate data collection with educational teams to monitor student progress.
  • Collaborate with educational team to help develop behavior intervention plans for students experiencing behavioral concerns in the school environment.
  • Review and analyze data, as well as provide follow up consultation and assist with modifications as needed.
  • Help identify and assess behavioral difficulties that interfere with student’s attendance, adjustment, academics and achievements in school.
  • Participate in team meetings and IEP conferences.
  • Help create and conduct presentations on ABA and behavior modification techniques to the educational team.
  • Travel to different school campuses to provide behavioral support for students.



  • Qualified candidates must be currently enrolled in or graduating/graduated from an ABA program and in the process or eligible to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst exam.
  • Experience working with children and adolescents in a school setting preferred.
  • Proven ability and working knowledge with Microsoft software applications, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.