California Autism Center invites compassionate and experienced individuals to join our clinical team. You will enjoy a rewarding career with a reputable organization that makes a difference in the community. Our core values of positivity, perseverance and teamwork create an amazing team environment.

Our Case Manger position, often a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), will provide support to children diagnosed along the autism spectrum and their families by coordinating and providing Applied Behavior Analysis, function analysis and assessment, behavior acquisition and reduction procedures, and adaptive life skills.

The Case Manager is considered part of the management team within the California Autism Center. We will consider a Behavior Analyst who has experience developing client treatment plans and supervising Behavior Technicians to implement programs. The Case Manager offers support to their Case Assistants and Behavior Technicians in overcoming challenges and answering questions about day-to-day client interactions. We foster an environment of teamwork, where communication and openness to feedback is key.

Living in the Central Valley
Relocating? You’ll love what the Central Valley has to offer. There is an abundance of things you can do and places to visit while living in heart of California.  Fresno is a sophisticated city with gorgeous gardens and parks.  The Central Valley is the most productive agriculture region, with local farmers’ markets, a short drive to San Francisco, the beach, national parks, or any great destination. The surrounding community offers an array of exciting amenities like cultural events, eateries, and outdoor adventures. Fresno and the surrounding cities offer a reasonable cost of living and great school districts.

Nick, I wrote the following for some sort of marketing campaign a while back and thought I would share in case you want to use any of this for the relocating section! We might want to consider only using “Central Valley” if we’re including Merced in this description.

The city is centrally located in the heart of California – only 90 minutes from Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon national parks, and only about two hours from the San Francisco Bay Area, Paso Robles wine country, and the Central Coast.

San Joaquin Valley is the most productive agricultural region in the world, so you are sure to run into year-round fruit and nut stands, beautiful blossom trails and a fantastic variety of wine and olive oil tasting rooms.

Catch a AAA baseball game and Friday night fireworks at the Fresno Grizzlies minor-league stadium, tour the incredible Forestiere Underground Gardens, enjoy a large-scale concert or comedy show at the SaveMart Center, or gather friends for a tailgate before a Fresno State football game (go Dogs!). Visit a gallery, take in a live show or hang out at a nightclub in the unique Tower District. Take a stroll through the Sea Lion Cove or enjoy lunch at the Kopje Lodge overlooking the new state-of-the-art African Adventure exhibit at the Fresno Chaffee Zoo. Come October, you can spend a day at the horse races and enjoy carnival games, livestock shows and musical entertainment at The Big Fresno Fair – the 5th largest fair in the state.

If you love the outdoors, you’ll feel right at home in the central valley. Woodward Park, the valley’s largest regional park, spans an astounding 300 acres and offers miles of trails for walking or mountain biking, Japanese Gardens, multiple lakes and picnic areas, an outdoor amphitheater, dog park and more. Float down the Kings River or rent a boat on one of the many beautiful lakes only about an hour from town. Looking for a mountain retreat? Head up to China Peak Ski Resort, about 65 miles from Fresno, for summer & winter outdoor activities, live music & family-friendly eateries.