Get to Know Us

Early Autism Services is a team of highly trained board-certified behavior analysts (BCBA), registered behavior technicians (RBT) and caring individuals committed to helping children with autism build the skills they will need for everyday life.

We are equally committed to our team members and help them grow in their careers. We believe that when our team members are happy and passionate about their work, our clients receive better care. This belief is why we put so much focus on building our internal relationships. We do this through team-building activities, community outreach efforts and one-on-one meetings between team members and managers to discuss individual career goals.

A Job With Purpose

Working at Early Autism Services is more than just a job — it’s a chance to change a life. We are a value-driven agency dedicated to helping every child reach their full potential. With our ABA therapist jobs, you can directly impact a child’s life through our adaptive therapy plans.

We prioritize our employees’ individual perspectives, cultures and approaches and frequently hold all-staff meetings to discuss client progress and hear individual input. Since our founding in 2008, we have helped hundreds of children grow with our behavior technicians and behavior therapists.

Ideal Candidates for Employment at EAS Are:

  • Enthusiastic
  • Caring
  • Innovative
  • Reliable
  • Compassionate
  • Dedicated
  • Kind
  • Personable

Join Our Team (United States)

To view our open positions in the United States, select your state on the map, or contact our Director of Recruiting, Nicole Head, by email at or by phone at 708-724-2677. We can’t wait to speak with you about your career goals and the opportunities here at EAS!

If you are looking for a position in Nebraska, Texas, Oklahoma or New Mexico, please consider our affiliated company, Autism Learning Collaborative.

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Join Our Team (Australia)

To view our open positions in Australia, please select your state on the map, or contact our Clinical Director in Australia, Jayne Franklin, by email at or by phone at 0477 778 414. We are excited to speak with you about your career goals, and the opportunities here at EAS!

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Benefits of Working at EAS

At EAS, we take pride in providing the best possible therapists and services to our clients. We have many locations across the United States, Australia and India and have helped employ hundreds of local professionals. As we continue to expand and offer more services, our need for high-quality, reliable employees increases as well. We offer part-time and full-time positions.

As a part-time member of our team, you will enjoy benefits such as:

  • Rewarding experiences in helping children through ABA therapy practices
  • Flexible hours
  • Company-issued iPad
  • Opportunity for career growth
  • Discounts with university partners
  • Sign-on bonuses

We also offer many full-time positions that come with numerous benefits:

  • Rewarding work helping children with ABA therapy
  • Health insurance (vision and dental optional)
  • 401(k) 4% match
  • Life insurance
  • Access to company-issued iPad
  • Opportunities for career growth
  • Discounts with university partners
  • Sign-on bonuses

A Diverse and Inclusive Culture

At EAS, we strive to be a diverse and accepting workplace and have created a Diversity and Inclusion Team. Our Diversity and Inclusion team works to cultivate an atmosphere of respect and acceptance for all employees and families. EAS is a place where we accept, listen to and value all backgrounds, ethnicities, identities, nationalities and abilities.

Our Diversity and Inclusion team regularly provides educational opportunities for our employees and requests feedback to ensure all backgrounds and perspectives receive recognition. Some primary focus points of our team include:

  • Creating and instilling awareness on cultural sensitivity and inclusion
  • Identifying and addressing barriers within systems
  • Employing and retaining highly qualified employees who have experience working in an inclusive environment and acting respectfully among themselves and clients
  • Developing training relating to unconscious bias and other cultural competencies

Our Values

As a company, our primary purpose is to ensure our high-quality behavioral therapy is accessible for all children with autism. Within this mission statement, we uphold four fundamental values. These values are:

  1. Make decisions based on observation and experience.
  2. Provide accessible support to all individuals.
  3. Respect every client.
  4. Experience growth with the client.

Apply Today!

Whether you’re interested in remote ABA jobs or a board-certified behavioral analyst job, a meaningful career helping children reach their full potential is possible. We encourage you to apply to one of our many open ABA therapist positions today and start making a difference.