Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D
We at bSci21Media are proud to announce the release of our new job board. For a highly-trafficked outlet such as ours, in the booming field of behavior analysis, including Applied Behavior Analysis and Contextual Behavioral Science, it only makes sense to leverage our traffic for the benefit of job seekers and employers.
Why use the bSci21 Job Board?
Lots of organic traffic. At the time of this writing, according to Google Analytics, we receive approx. 30,000 monthly users and 90,000 monthly views from the behavioral science world. Moreover, the majority of our traffic is organic – meaning most of our traffic comes from search engines. A strong source of organic traffic is a long-term positive health indicator for any website.
Unique content. Anyone can start a website, but no one produces the content that we do. Our mission is to weave behavioral science into the fabric of society. From the beginning, we have set ourselves apart from others in the behavioral media space with a focus on connecting behavioral science to the world around us. We talk about things no one else talks about. Thus, we attract an audience of creative thinkers who embrace complexity and outside-the-box thinking – just the sort of person who can add value to your organization.
It’s free. At the time of this writing, you can post up to 10 jobs for 10 days for free! Should you decide to continue, paid options are available. If you aren’t happy with your free trial, you are under no obligation to continue.
Who should use the bSci21 Job Board?
ABA Practitioners and Agencies. Practice is booming, particularly with Autism treatment. Practitioners include Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs), Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs), and Licensed Behavior Analysts (LBAs). If you are looking for a new job, or have jobs to post, check out our job board.
Behavior Analysis Faculty. The science of behavior would be nothing without research to drive the development of the field through basic, applied, and theoretical/philosophical domains. If you are looking for a new faculty position, or if you are part of an academic program looking to hire, check out our job board. Particularly relevant here are programs accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), programs with course sequences approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB), or programs accredited by the American Psychological Association with an emphasis in Contextual Behavioral Science (e.g., Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Analytic Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Relational Frame Theory, etc…).
OBMers. Everyone works in an organization, and those who work in Organizational Behavior Management help your organization run more efficiently. If you are looking to hire behavior change experts, who can improve performance, refine systems, and ultimately increase your bottom line, check out our job board.
Contextual Behavioral Science (CBS). Whether you call it “Behavior Analysis” or “Contextual Behavioral Science,” it all comes from the same place. To us, there is no fundamental difference, and a healthy proportion of our content targets topics in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Relational Frame Theory (RFT), and Functional Contextualism. If you are part of the burgeoning CBS community, as a researcher, clinician, or business consultant, check out our job board.
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Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D is a science writer, social philosopher, behavioral systems analyst, and the President and Founder of bSci21Media, LLC, which aims to connect behavioral science to the world in an engaging, non-academic way. Dr. Ward received his PhD in behavior analysis from the University of Nevada, Reno under Dr. Ramona Houmanfar. He has served as a Guest Associate Editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, and as an Editorial Board member of Behavior and Social Issues. His publications follow a theme of behavioral systems analysis, organizational performance, theory & philosophy, and language & cognition. He has also provided ABA services to children and adults with various developmental disabilities in day centers, in-home, residential, and school settings, and previously served as Faculty Director of Behavior Analysis Online at the University of North Texas. Dr. Ward can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org