Sage offers a variety of training options to suit your needs. We offer competitive rates, accommodate class schedules for students, and provide opportunities for professional advancement. Sage strives to create a highly rewarding work environment where each individual’s talents are recognized and fostered.

Current Openings

  • Program Supervisor/Behavior Analyst

    Sage Behavior Services is always looking for qualified professionals seeking advancement in the field of behavior analysis.  While there is currently not an active position available for the position of a Program Supervisor or Behavior Analyst, we encourage interested applicants to submit their resume and cover letter.  We will review the information and set up interviews based on our current needs.

  • Behavior Interventionist Intern

    As an intern, you can get an inside look at what it takes to become a Behavior Interventionist while receiving course credit or obtaining valuable experience. Opportunities for paid positions are available upon completion of internship hours and successful completion of the Behavior Interventionist trainings. Intern duties include:

    • Attending Behavior Interventionist trainings
    • Providing support to children during social skills groups
    • Assisting Behavior Interventionists and Social Skills Group Facilitators by setting up activities and cleaning up after clinic sessions
    • Assisting Behavior Interventionists during in-home sessions
    • Creating visuals and materials needed for clients
    • Completing data entry

    To apply, email your resume and cover letter to

  • Part-Time Behavior Interventionist

    A part-time Behavior Interventionist provides 1:1 services in applied behavior analysis with children with developmental disabilities in the home, clinic, or community settings. Duties include:

    • Following and implementing individualized behavior plans
    • Managing challenging behaviors such as aggression, tantrums, and elopement
    • Teaching communication skills, self-help skills, community safety skills, and social skills
    • Collecting data on all target areas during each session
    • Maintaining confidentiality of all clients and engaging in professional conduct across all work settings


    • High school diploma or equivalent required
    • Must be available between 2:00-7:30pm for a minimum of 6-15 hours per week
    • Have reliable transportation and willingness to drive to multiple client sites
    • Must be able to pass the comprehensive classroom, web-based, and on-site trainings
    • Bilingual preferred but not required

    To apply, email your resume and cover letter to