The Registered Behavior Therapist (RBT) provides 1:1 interventions to children with autism to help increase their academic, social and communication skills; implement programs based on all principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
The RBT works closely and collaboratively with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to implement programs based on different approaches such as Verbal Behavior, Discrete Trial Programming, Natural Environment Teaching and Social Skills.
As an RBT you will be responsible for conducting a therapy session, collecting data, documenting behaviors and providing summary to the parent and BCBA.
Registered Behavior Technician certification preferred but not required. Prior experience working with children is a very beneficial.
- Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Education, Human Service Field or Psychology is preferred. Those currently enrolled in the above programs with at least 75 credits are also encouraged to apply.
- Candidates must be energetic, animated, and outgoing, with a passion for working with and helping children.
- Experience working with children, especially those with autism or other developmental disabilities is required.
- Must be able to implement behavior support plans, complete clinical and administrative tasks as designated by a supervisor.
- Must have ability to bend, lift, run, stoop, kneel and be able to quickly transition from a seated floor position to standing position.
- Must have ability to deal with moderate challenging behaviors
- Paid training and fees to obtain Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification
- Paid professional liability insurance
- PTO, health, dental and vision insurance benefits with full time employment.
- Teladoc services and PTO offered with part time employment.
- Employer matching 401-K plan
- Discounts on bachelor and master’s degree programs with our university partners
- Free supervision and field work hours for BCBA students