Career Opportunities

Autism Immersion Postdoctoral Fellowship (2 positions)

The Autism Immersion postdoctoral fellowship at the Moore Autism Center (MAC) is an opportunity for focused training with the ASD population. Postdoctoral fellows conduct two comprehensive autism evaluations per week, carry an individual therapy caseload of approximately 12 clients, and participate in facilitating the group’s Journal Club, and preparing professional CEU courses with the MAC’s autism specialist psychologists. Fellows will become expert in the administration and scoring of the ADOS-2. They will become expert in the treatment of ASD, utilizing treatment philosophies and techniques including Floortime and ABA. Fellows who have completed the BCBA coursework will have the opportunity to complete their BCBA supervision hours under the supervision of a qualified behavior analyst. The primary clinical supervisor for the fellowship is Dr. Jennifer M. Steber, Ph.D. Dr. Steber is the director of autism services at the MAC, and she has been training postdoctoral fellows for over eight years. Fellows will develop skills in producing multi-specialty reports as they collaborate with Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and medication providers during the MAC’s comprehensive evaluation process. Early applications are encouraged.

Compensation/Benefits: Fellows have W-2 status and are paid a salary of $70,000 for the postdoctoral year. Health, dental, and vision insurance are provided. Fellows may contribute to a pre-tax matching retirement plan. Fellows receive 10 paid holidays, 5 paid vacation days, 5 unpaid days, and 3 paid sick days. Fellows have one day per week that is a “no-patient day,” during which time they can work on reports and notes, and/or study for the EPPP. 

Deadline: Applications are currently being accepted. Highly qualified applicants will be considered for acceptance without delay.

Application Process: Please send a letter of interest and CV to