Learn It Systems Lead Interventionist - Seattle in Bellevue, Washington

Autism Spectrum Therapies ("AST") autismtherapies.com , one of the largest and most respected autism services organizations in the county, is looking for an exceptional master’s-level ABA professional to join our team as a Lead Interventionist (LI). This position is ideal for an experienced candidate ready to build their supervision skills while working toward becoming a BCBA.

AST currently employs nearly 100 BCBAs with offices in 7 states and growing. We offer continual professional development opportunities and the ability to participate in AST sponsored research projects. This is a great opportunity to join a first-class, growing organization and position yourself for success in the field of ABA.


A Lead Interventionist (LI) is preferably a Master’s level employee who is in the process of accruing indirect supervised experience hours towards the completion of the BCBA certification. An LI is assigned to a clinical team under the supervision of a BCBA and is responsible for assisting the BCBA with fulfilling certain supervisory duties. The LI may also provide direct intervention services as part of their position.

Essential Responsibilities

In-Field Support

  • Provide field support to BIs on the clinical team and help them with contract fulfilment

  • Act as a floater for school cases, as needed

  • Provide Parent Education and Consultation services

  • Assist with client programing; analyzing data to identify issues for supervisor

  • Provide other support to BCBAs as requested

Off-Site Support

  • Write first drafts of progress reports

  • Review client programs on Catalyst (e.g., see if anything has failed in maintenance and needs to be re-introduced, if trial counts and other measures are being hit appropriately, if child has met goals and needs new ones, etc.)

  • Conduct Program Development

  • Assist with coordination of care (e.g., prepare emails to SC's, be present if another service provider overlaps and BCBA cannot be there)


  • The LIs will be required to complete supervisor training.

  • The LIs will be required to meet as a cohort one time per month with Clinical Manager/Clinical Director for training/coaching on the following topics

  • Report writing; practice advice and coaching

  • Parent education

  • Programming

  • Professionalism

  • How to support weak BI’s

Productivity Expectations

  • Provide Field Supervision/Direct Intervention with the expectation of visiting clients at least twice per month, but maybe more, almost exclusively in afternoon and evening timeslots

  • LIs will be expected to deliver 15 hours of billable service (either direct or indirect services)

  • LIs will be paid up to 20 hours of non-billable time. Expectation once they have MA degree that more time will be billable.

  • All of the LI’s hours will be paid at the direct rate, with the exception of drive time


  • Strong detail orientation

  • Strong time management skills and follow-through

  • Organized and diplomatic

  • Ability to work independently or within a larger team

Work Hours and Travel Requirements

  • Expected to be available between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., Monday-Friday and on occasional weekends

  • Regular travel to clients’ homes and/or schools within the region, as well as occasional travel to office locations, is required for this position


  • Master’s degree preferred, but not required. Bachelor’s degree is required.

  • LIs without a masters will be required to continue to provide Direct Intervention for their hours of billable service

  • Selection of LIs will be made by the Clinical Director

Learn It Systems is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates must be presently eligible to work in the United States.

ID: 2018-3808

External Company URL: http://learnitsystems.com