Why You’ll Love This Job
- $500 sign-on bonus with state license
- Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K
- Supervision for pursuing certification
The Registered Behavior Technician™ · RBT® will provide ABA strategies to individuals with Autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, school and/or community settings. This position will work directly with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to implement individualized treatment plans aimed at improving the client’s independent functioning skills. The Registered Behavior Technician will provide one-on-one therapy, assist with parent training, and collect data related to individual behavior plans.
- Work directly with client receiving ABA therapy.
- Provide services in school, home, or community.
- Ability to work with families and children with diverse backgrounds, ethnicity, cultures and economic status.
- Collect data for ABA programming.
- Completes daily notes at the end of all sessions.
- Communicate with caregiver and other supports
- Remain in constant communication with BCBA
- Attend supervision meetings with BCBA
- Assist with program development
- Performs other special projects and additional duties as assigned
- Education: High School diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s degree or working towards a Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Experience: Previous experience working with children with developmental disabilities is a plus. Experience in teaching, tutoring, and/or applied behavior analysis. At least one year of ABA experience, or experience working with children diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) or related disabilities, preferred
- Licenses/Certifications: Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) credentialed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, preferred
- Computer Skills: Proficient use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point.
- Other Requirements: Outgoing with high energy. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Effective time management skills are a must.
Why You’ll Love This Job
- Paid licensure fees
- Student loan reimbursement
- Generous PTO and paid vacation
The Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) conducts Functional Behavior Assessments and other identified assessments to aid in the development of Behavior Support Plans. The BCBA works with assigned staff including Registered Behavior Technician Behavior Coaches to implement and teach direct care staff to implement behavior observation systems and behavior support plans.
The BCBA works collaboratively with all service areas to implement all aspects of behavioral programming for identified students. The BCBA consults with direct care staff and supervisory staff to ensure that daily activity schedules and behavior programs are adequate to meet needs of students. The BCBA develops and implements systems for conducting reliability on behavioral programs to ensure program effectiveness. The BCBA monitors and ensures compliance with internal, state, federal, requirements as well as policies and procedures. The BCBA prepares reports and assists in the development of policies, plans, goals, and priorities; advises on trends, issues, developments, and future direction of behavioral programming. The BCBA presents a positive and professional image to all internal and external customers.
- Master’s Degree in Psychology, Special Education or related field.
- Certified as BCABA or BCBA, or eligible.
- 2 years of experience minimum working with individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
- Experience with Functional Behavior Assessments and writing Behavior Support Plans.
- Training and experience in Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Must be able to collect, organize and present data/information clearly; utilize effective communication skills; train and direct staff; display strong clinical skills; and have a working knowledge of licensing/accrediting agency standards.
- Ability to multi-task, prioritize, delegate, coordinate, and provide all needed follow-up. Must have experience training employees, planning, assigning and directing work.
- Applicant must be 21 years of age prior to employment.
What We Offer
- Competitive salary
- Relocation/Sign-On Bonus
- Professional growth opportunities
- Medical/dental/vision/life insurance for eligible employees
- Short-term disability & long-term disability
Sequel Youth and Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer