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Dream Big Children’s Center was founded in 2016 with the vision of being a company that delivers exceptional service and has an employee culture of enjoyment, satisfaction, purpose and motivation. We are looking for people who love playing and want to make a difference in children’s lives. Our employees are part of the Dream Big family that supports each other and encourages personal growth, career achievement and everyday enjoyment of life.

Dream Big Children’s Services is a Behavioral Health Care Agency providing services for clients throughout East LA, San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire and Coachella Valley

We are seeking behavior therapists to join our team of talented and dedicated professionals to implement behavior therapy to children with autism. Therapists who join our team will be under the guidance of a behavior consultant.

Behavior therapists will target skills goals as directed by the behavior consultant, develop good relationships with the child and their family, and collaborate with the clinic team.

To apply, please email your resume to: careers@dreambigchildren.com

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We don’t just dream of inclusive and equal environments- we create them. Dream Big is passionate about building an inclusive work and play space where everyone is celebrated. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Dream Big does not discriminate based upon race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, color, age, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. We celebrate uniqueness in our clients and staff- we know we are better together.

Who We Are

At Dream Big Children’s Center we are dedicated to three core values:

1. Commitment – to our patients, their parents, and each other

2. Continual improvement – growing as therapists and as people

3. Honesty and integrity – treating others the way we want to be treated

Who We're Looking For

ABA Therapist

Job Type: Part-time or full-time


  • Work with children who have ASD one-on-one and in group setting, in their home, school, or other facility.
  • Implement the ABA-based treatment plan formulated by your BCBA supervisor
  • Work with your BCBA supervisor to adapt the treatment plan over time


  • $18-22 per hour
  • Part-time and full-time options
  • A rewarding experience, helping children and their families achieve their goals
  • Opportunity to work with and learn from a board-certified behavioral supervisor
  • Opportunity to grow with our agency over time


Must have:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in psychology or related field from an accredited institution, or enrollment in a Bachelor’s program
  • Availability to work in East LA or the Inland Empire
  • Experience working with children in an educational or therapy setting for at least six months
  • Complete TB test and liverscan clearance

Desired Characteristics

We’re looking for life-changing behavioral therapists with the following personal characteristics:

Adaptable — ABA therapy offers a slew of techniques to choose from.  Each child is different, and different times call for different approaches.  Adaptability means that the therapist will work with his or her BCBA to know when to employ each technique.  An adaptable therapist will also have the skill to manage behavior while creating a fun learning environment.

Passionate — Working with autism requires tremendous commitment and energy.  We are looking for therapists who see their work as more than a job; they should see it as a cause.  With this attitude, therapists can build lasting and positive relationships with the learner and their family.

Compassionate — Sometimes therapists can be so determined to see progress with a child that they forget that the learner is a person, a member of a family and of society.  Just like adults, children have good days and bad days; they have days when they are sick, or days when they are especially happy.  At times a child may be very motivated; other times he or she may be distracted or tired.  Therapists should recognize that the learner has a full school day, in addition to the additional therapy hours.  At it’s core, compassion is the ability to see the context behind a child’s presenting behavior.

Professional — Although we encourage our therapists to build positive, rewarding, long term relationships with the learner and their family, therapists must also have the professionalism to set appropriate boundaries.  This includes fundamental professionalism, such as reliability and timeliness, as well as balancing a professional-personal relationship; for example, proactively balancing friendly conversation with parents versus spending time working with their child.


How to apply for this job

  1. To apply for the position, use this form you see below right to introduce yourself to us.  
  2. After you click the blue “Apply” button, you’ll be sent to our thank you page.
  3. On the thank you page is an email address you will use to send us your resume.  Simply send us your resume and we will contact you. 

We will keep your information private.