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Careers: Behavior Technician

At Holdsambeck Behavioral Health, we believe we can help people meaningfully change the trajectory of their lives by helping them change their behavior. We aspire to be inspiring, compassionate, and accountable to the community we serve. As a new member of our family of services, you will join a clinical, administrative, or leadership team. Every team, and individual member, contributes to our mission of inspiring life change by helping people change their behavior. Whether you are new to the field of behavior analysis, or bring years of experience, we feel everyone at every level aspires to do their best and continues to learn. As a member of our family of services, your compassion for the people we serve will shine through, whether providing direct service or connecting people to the resources they need. You will change lives!

Through meaningful behavior change, you will help:

  • Increase access to meaningful life experiences.
  • Improve engagement at school.
  • Enhance enjoyment in our community.
  • Help people overcome behavioral barriers.
  • Teach successful communication.
  • Accelerate learning with fluency.


Benefits

  • Career development in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
  • Flexible schedule that provides a work and life balance
  • Opportunity to grow within our company and build a career
  • Competitive hourly compensation based on your education and experience
  • Generous Benefits — access to Employer sponsored health, dental, vision, and life insurance
  • Earned Paid Time Off (PTO) and 3 days of sick time annually
  • Complimentary access to Registered Behavior Technician training, CEUs, and other professional development including Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies conferences.
  • BCBA supervision for those working to accrue hours
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan w/ up to 3% employer matching
  • The rewarding experience of changing the lives of children and their families
  • Reimbursed mileage and drive time at minimum wage for travel in-between daily appointments
  • Communication Stipend
  • Full and part-time positions are available


Position Overview
As a Registered Behavior Technician, you will receive supervision and guidance to implement behavioral programing catering to the individual needs of children and adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, or other developmental disabilities. This role is designed as an apprenticeship, in which you have the opportunity to learn how to provide excellent behavioral services, inspiring meaningful behavior change, providing compassionate service, while upholding meticulous accountability.  As a Registered Behavior Technician, you will assist in data collection for assessments, implement intervention activities according to the intervention plan provided by your supervisor, demonstrate behavior analytic principles under the guidance of supervision with children and families, and monitor behavioral progress. In this growth position, you will benefit from training and supervision to develop your professional skill set, which will help you progress in this field or other areas of social service. As a Registered Behavior Technician, you are responsible for meeting productivity requirements provided in your annual contract and will access a database to assist you in self-monitoring your productivity. You will inspire the people you work with by modeling best practices. You will attend meetings and participate in on-going trainings and professional development opportunities as we encourage our entire team to pursue life-long learning. As an accountable member of the team, all job duties are expected to be completed accurately, need little revision, completed on time and in accordance with all policies and procedures in the company manuals.

The best applicants for this position have the following qualities:

  • Inspiring attitude and enthusiasm for this work
  • Compassion for the families we serve
  • Accountability to our families, team members, and funding sources which make this work possible
  • Experience working with people with developmental disabilities
  • An understanding of Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Customer service orientation and professionalism in all interactions
  • Sound ethical judgment, decision-making, and communication skills
  • Ability to relate on a professional yet caring level with children and their families without crossing boundaries into friendships


Requirements:

  • Official transcripts of highest degree earned
  • Ability to lift 25 pounds
  • Ability to pass background/fingerprint clearance, health screenings and provide/obtain immunizations including TB, and drug testing
  • Reliable transportation, proof of valid California driver's license, safe driving record, proper auto insurance and vehicle registration


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Fluent in Spanish
  • College degree
  • CPR certification
  • RBT certification


Join our growing family of services!

Send your Resume and completed Employment Application to HireMe@Holdsambeck.com