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Founded in 2001, AST is one of the leading providers of Applied Behavior Analysis in the country. Led by a talented team of clinicians, AST utilizes evidence based practices with a family focused approach to ensure the best possible results.

A career with AST means you will truly make a difference by helping children learn the skills needed to grow and become independent, while providing parents the training and resources essential to facilitating their success. 

You’ll be surrounded by highly educated, accomplished professionals with diverse expertise.  (Read articles written by our staff in our In Touch Newsletter)


AST offers autism professionals the training, support, advancement opportunities and the latest technology. This is a place where individuals beginning their career can learn from the best and reach new levels of career satisfaction and success. 

We are committed to your professional development from day one, and we want to help you achieve your career goals while enjoying work you love.  

Many of our staff members contribute to the Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) knowledge base by publishing research and articles related to autism and autism therapies. (Read AST Research)

AST has offices in Arizona, California, Illinois, Louisiana and Washington and we’re continuing to expand across the nation.

Did you know?  Most of AST's senior clinical leadership began with us as a Supervisor or Interventionist! 


Q: What level of education is required to work at AST?

A: We hire staff with high school diplomas, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees and PhDs!  

Please review the job descriptions for the specific requirements for each position.

Q: What type of support do you provide for continuing education?

A: At AST, it’s our people that set us apart. That’s why we do everything we can to develop our staff. In addition to company trainings and professional development, we offer assistance with BCBA certification through a partnership with an online University; these classes are also offered at a discounted rate. We also offer BCBA supervision hours at no cost.

Q: How is the work-life balance at AST?

A: At AST we take work/life balance seriously. Our managers work with each staff member to create a schedule that works for the staff member while meeting the needs of the company. 

We serve families during the day, the night and the weekend so we have flexibility in crafting schedules.

Q: What are the job requirements at AST?

A: We seek team members who exhibit a passion for helping children succeed.

Q: What positions are eligible for benefits?

A: We have both full and part-time positions available at AST. Your benefit package will depend on your individual employee status.  

Q: Where does AST provide services?

A: The majority of AST services are provided in homes, in schools and in the community. We also operate several clinics where we provide direct intervention.

Q: What type of advancement does AST offer?

A: We promote heavily from within. Once you become an employee, you will work directly with your supervisor to help them understand your career goals.

Q: As a Interventionist, how many hours per week can I expect to work?

A: For staff seeking full-time employment, our goal is to schedule 35-40 hours per week. While this is our goal, in certain situations it may take time to build a staff member’s caseload to this level. It also depends on you and your flexibility. 

Q: I have already applied for a position.  Who can I reach out to about questions I have?

A: Once you have applied, our team will reach out to you regarding the interview process. If you have a question, reach out to us at: