Employment Opportunities

About Working at BRAINS

Founded in 2007, BRAINS has built a reputation across West Michigan and surrounding areas for understanding the complexity of each person and improving functioning for all ages by integrating brain, body, and real-life into all layers of care. We strive to provide the personalized care of a private practice while offering a variety of services typically found at much larger facilities, making us a valued partner for over 1,000 referral sources including our community’s most trusted health systems. Joining our team means that you exemplify our core values of the Highest Standards of Excellence, Expertise, Compassion, Work Ethic, and Teamwork.

What makes BRAINS different

  • Services all ages – infancy through late adulthood.
  • Working with people with neurodevelopmental disabilities, challenges in behavior or mood regulation, and families experiencing marital and/or family tension, or are seeking support. To meet these needs, the company is expanding services in multiple locations and enhancing interventions in the community.
  • CARF accredited to be able to provide excellent service and work with many insurance companies.

How our employees describe BRAINS

  • Collaborative
  • Supportive
  • Friendly
  • Fast-paced
  • Flexible
  • Team-Based

BRAINS provides comprehensive services for children and families from infancy to adulthood. We emphasize teamwork, professional mentoring and continuing education opportunities for all employees, so you have the opportunity to grow your practice based on your passion and expertise while a dedicated support team serves your clients with scheduling, billing, and other administrative needs. Most clinicians at BRAINS have a specialization in one section of the lifespan.

Interested in working at BRAINS?  Contact our HR Director Jo Ann Atkinson at [email protected] or 616-365-8920 ext 211.

Employment Opportunities

This is a full-time position working as a member of a team which provides ABA services to children and teens affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders....