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Registered Behavior Technician-RBT

Job Responsibilities:

The Registered Behavior Technician will be responsible for providing in-home services to children with special needs under the management of the agency's Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Director. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide Applied Behavior Analysis treatment, including behavior management, discrete trial training, pivotal response training, social skills, and parent education to families with children with special needs.
  • Each session will last 2-3 hours, depending on family needs.
  • Behavioral Technician will follow through with the appropriate services as determined by the agency's Clinical Supervisor.
  • Collect data using the accurate and appropriate data collection system throughout each session.
  • Turn in data before or on the 5th of every month to the Clinical Supervisor for the previous month's data.
  • Indicate a need to check for mastery and introduction of new programs into the program list to the Clinical Supervisor on each individual case.
  • Attend family team meetings as directed by the Clinical Supervisor on each individual case,
  • Attend quarterly staff meetings and professional development meetings.
  • Report any incidents and communications from the parents to Clinical Supervisor and/or Clinical Director on each case.
  • Contact the Clinical Supervisor at least 24 hours prior to missing a shift. The missed shift must be rescheduled for a time during the same month.
  • Attend to other duties assigned and/or approved by the Clinical Supervisor or Clinical Director.

Job Requirements:

  • BA or BS in progress in the field of Psychology, Sociology, Child Development, or other related field. Must be self-motivated, responsible, honest, articulate, and able to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Have a minimum understanding of ABA/DTT/PRT/VB and be able to pass a competency test with a minimum passing grade of 90%.
  • Present a professional demeanor, be well organized, and pay attention to detail.
  • Have excellent time management skills.
  • Be able to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high social economic status areas.
  • Be comfortable working in homes (studio apt, housing projects, etc) of families with limited resources.
  • Maintain professional boundaries, professional composure, and work well under pressure.
  • Politely interact with individuals and families who may be uncooperative or aloof.
  • Maintain professionalism if and when a client aggresses, self-injuries, tantrums, screams, etc.
  • Implement behavior modification strategies and discrete trial teaching under agency supervision.
  • Effectively communicate with others (clients, family members, agency staff, etc)
  • Accept, follow, and implement direction from agency representatives.
  • Be creative, spontaneous, independent, and animated in your gestures, facial expressions, and voice interactions.
  • Have reliable transportation and current liability insurance for the vehicle.
  • Stand, sit, twist, kneel, bend over, crouch down, walk, and sit/play on the floor for extended periods of time.
  • Be able to lift, push, and pull up top 40 pounds without assistance from another adult.

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