About

Founded in 2004, Center for Behavioral Sciences started with Dr. Joyce C. Tu’s vision of changing lives and empowering individuals with developmental disabilities through a commitment to research-driven behavior analysis.  It was a commitment that endured, and it’s been quite a ride!  CBS has grown to over 100 employees state-wide, providing quality behavior analysis and consulting services in California and beyond. 

Now, as one of the leading applied behavior analysis (ABA) providers in California, we offer a variety of treatment formats for clients of all ages based upon ABA principles—including one-to-one direct instruction, consultation for caregivers and school staff, social skills groups, as well as individual and group workshop training. We also offer consulting services to organizations locally and overseas, in places like China and Bahrain.

CBS is always looking for exceptional bachelor level Behavior Technicians and master’s level Behavior Consultants for part- and full-time work.  We strongly emphasize staff training and education, and there are opportunities for advancement.  At CBS, we invest in our staff and want to see your career grow with us!

Compensation & Benefits

At CBS, people skills and teamwork are prized, compensation is among the highest in the field and there are opportunities for bonuses and advancement.  The starting pay for Behavior Technicians is $17/hour ($19/hour with bonus potential after the first six months).  The starting salary for first-year BCBA-level consultants is typically $70,000 as of 2018.  Pay rates may vary based upon prior experience and education.  

Our doctoral-level staff provide paid training and supervision hours, and CBS pays work-related travel time and reimburses mileage for all job positions.  In addition, most full-time employees are eligible for paid training, vacation and sick leave; as well as health, dental and 401K benefits.