Change is hiring.


Part of loving what you do is loving where you do it. At Delta Behavioral Group, our staff are carefully trained and supported. That may help explain why they stay with us. According to our annual employment satisfaction survey, the BCBAs, behavior technicians, and administrative staff at Delta Behavioral Group have an overall happiness rating of 85%.

Want to love your job as much as we do?

Check out our openings below.


(Charlotte and Fayetteville, NC; Jacksonville, NC)

You long to contribute and collaborate within a culture of respect, growth, and integrity. You collect latency data on your iPad while blindfolded. Okay, that’s not required, but it would sure help! We’re looking for a personable, technically sound BCBA to join our team. We’re a well-established and respected psychology practice dedicated to providing best practice ABA services. Client progress and ethical practice are our top priorities.

Here are a few more details:  You’ll have the opportunity to provide services to a broad range of individuals. Typically developing clients with behavioral needs? Check. Individuals with intellectual impairments? Check. Individuals on the Autism Spectrum? Check. Supervision may be available by a licensed Behavior Analyst.

Behavior Technician / Registered Behavior Technician

(Asheville, Charlotte, Cornelius, Fayetteville, Jacksonville, Wilmington, Winston Salem, NC; Fort Mill / Rock Hill, SC)

We are looking for trained or naturally talented teachers who want to work one-on-one with individuals challenged with Autism, ADHD, and other behavioral health conditions. Make real, lasting, measurable change in the lives of those who need it most. If that’s a job you’ll enjoy, we want to speak with you. Have at least 48 college credit hours, please, though a Bachelor’s degree is preferred. And a willingness to learn!

Are you taking classes to become a behavior analyst and need supervision?

We’ve got that covered.

Have fun. Make an impact. Be part of a great team.

Apply now by sending your cover letter and resume to:
Marla O’Neill –