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Autism Behavior Technician (RBT-Sponsored) / Bi-lingual Preferred

Summary Sheet: Healthcare & Medical

Advertiser NameAligned Vision BehaviorAdvertiser Type:Agency
Classification:Healthcare & MedicalSubclassification:
Country:United StatesLocation:United States
Language:English - United Kingdom (en-GB) Contact Name:
Employment Type:PermanentWorkhours:Not Specified

Position: Autism Behavior Technician (RBT-Sponsored) / Bi-lingual Preferred

Description: Is working for an Ethical Company that places client outcomes ahead of profits and makes investments in staff to achieve those outcomes important to you? By partnering with Special Learning's ABA Recruiting Organization, you will ONLY be introduced to Ethical ABA Organizations that put the well-being of clients and employees ahead of profits. We only partner with clients that meet our extensive ethical practice checklist - ETHICS SCORECARD - and have proven to be committed to not only changing the lives of individuals with autism and their families but also to changing the scope of ABA by advancing the services provided and reaching more families. ABOUT OUR CLIENT: ALIGNED VISION BEHAVIOR "Cultural competency" is just a word to most professionals in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Yet to the founder of Aligned Vision Behavior, being able to "bring to light the inequity that impacts students with students with special needs, particularly those living in multi-lingual, culturally diverse families, to be trailblazers to ethically support the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse clients is the mission which makes Aligned Vision Behavior a diamond among all other ABA Organizations. POSITION INFORMATION We are currently seeking eager professional compassionate people to become Autism Support Technicians who will be fully supported (including paid training, orientation, competency assessment, exam fees and exam prep) on thier journey to obtainng the Registered Behavior Technician credential (RBT). Overview: As a Behavior Technician, you will work with children with autism or other developmental challenges by providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and implementing their treatment plan under the direction and guidance of a BCBA. You will be fully trained and supported by an experienced team of clinical supervisors, managers, and mentors who are invested in your personal and professional growth. Responsibilities: Working under close supervision of highly experienced and empathetic BCBA, provide ABA Therapy for children and school-aged clients in their homes to assist them with improving behaviors and acquiring new skills. Follow specific protocol for each client and implement individualized ABA programs as set by the treatment plan and directed by BCBA. Document client sessions by recording data, writing quality session notes and inputting timesheets. Develop strong rapport with the client and family and work with parents to ensure the client is meeting their goals Communicate with supervisors on case updates, changes in schedule, and availability Participate in supervision sessions and team meetings Complete training and competency necessary to obtain RBT certification. Maintain appropriate professional conduct and boundaries at all times, client confidentiality, and ensure timely communication with families Logistics and Details: LOCATION: HAGERSTOWN, MD Benefits include health, dental, vision, and life insurances, paid time off, and 401-K SCHEDULE (25 TO 30 HOURS): MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 3:15pm to 8:00pm (GUARANTEED HOURS / Admin fee paid at reduced rates) Competitive compensation starts at $18/hr for those without experience and $26.00/hour for current RBTs Opportunity for increases based on evaluations and promotional opportunities You WILL extensive hands-on on-the-job and virtual/classroom training to ensure that you are fully prepared to deliver highest quality care. Weekly hybrid supervision (in-person and tele-health) of 10% or more, depending on need and complexity of each case. COVID-19 considerations (for this position): All employees are required to be vaccinated / Required to wear a mask, social distancing in place, restricted visitation, and building daily cleaning and sanitization QUALIFICATIONS What you will bring (Required): Must be 18 years old Must have a high school diploma or equivalent Must have experience working with children What will make you stand out (Preferred): Experience working with children with autism, challenging behaviors, emotional support needs, or developmental disabilities and delays. Experience as a paraprofessional, behavior support, emotional support, school aide, classroom aide, TSS, special education classroom support, etc Strong communication and relationship-building skills Strong technical skills with basic systems such as email, notes, medical records, etc on both computer and iPad Ability to receive and and deliver constructive criticism Creative problem-solving skills Ability to ask questions Resiliency and positive, growth mindset TRUE DESIRE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS APPLY TODAY! If you are eager to make a change not only for yourself but in the lives of clients and their families we want to meet you! All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status

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