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Interested In Joining Our Team?

Registered Behavioral Technicians 

We are seeking full-time and part-time Behavior Technicians to join our team! You will be responsible for implementing effective treatment plans for patients in individualized settings.

 

Responsibilities

Registered behavior technicians (RBTs) are responsible for assisting Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) in the direct implementation of behavior reduction and skill acquisition treatment plans for a vast array of patients. The behavior technician candidate will assist patients with achieving their outcomes through daily treatment implementation, monitoring of behavior, and collecting data on patients' progress. They are also responsible for interacting professionally with caregivers. Other duties may include clerical and administrative duties.

 

Qualifications

- Highschool Diploma or GED Required (Bachelor’s Degree in a related field preferred)

- Relevant experience preferred 

- Valid First Aid & CPR Certification required 

- Fingerprint Clearance Card required 

- Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification strongly preferred. (If you are not certified, but have a passion for children you must agree to take course and get certification ASAP)

 

Compensation

Competitive hourly compensation 

Comprehensive training that meets eligibility to become a Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT)

Supervision offered for individuals pursuing BCBA or BCaBA certification 

Starting Pay: $15

Board Certified Behavior Analysts 

We are seeking full-time Board Certified Behavior Analysts as well as Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts to supervise RBTs.

Responsibilities

Supervising/directly observing treatment implementation 

Training, supervising and providing ongoing clinical direction on specific treatment protocols

Maintaining, improving, and ensuring quality treatment implementation

Developing treatment plan goals, protocols, transitions/discharge plans

Evaluating client progress and the effectiveness of treatment 

Summarizing data and reporting progress toward goals

Making data-based adjustments to treatment

Addressing family preferences, needs, and concerns 

Coordinating care with other professionals involved in the individual’s care

Training, consulting and supporting caregivers and other professionals

In some cases, the BCBA may provide direct treatment to the client

Maintaining professional boundaries.

Qualifications

Master's or Doctorate degree required for BCBA

Bachelor's degree required for BCaBA

Spanish speaking strongly preferred

Current BCBA or BCaBA certification required

Compensation

Competitive Salary