Why Work at TLBC?
Local Caseloads: RBTs are assigned to clients near where they live, which means less time spent in the car and more time spent with clients.
Social Environment: We have monthly staff get togethers, clinic meetings, mentorship meetings, and a central office with coffee and snacks always stocked.
Technology: TLBC uses electronic data collection so you can focus on your clients and not on printing out data sheets and digging through a binder. BCBAs are able to make immediate changes to programs and see progress in real-time, which means RBTs are always running up-to-date programs
Structure for personal growth: RBTs are provided with a clear pathway to grow in the ABA field. We also support our RBTs’ individual interests and provide opportunities for them to pursue these interests at TLBC.
Focus on Staff: The happiness of our staff is essential to the quality of service that TLBC provides. We are constantly evolving to ensure our staff’s happiness through an extensive benefits package, supportive mentors and supervisors, and frequent opportunities for promotions and raises.
About The Language and Behavior Center:
We provide family-focused Applied Behavior Analysis services to children age 0-12 years old. With a focus on Natural Environment Teaching (NET), The Language and Behavior Center believes that language and skill development should be a positive experience for both the child and the family.
What does a Behavior Technician do?
Our RBTs work as a part of the ABA Treatment Team, providing in-home services for children with Autism and related disorders. Our RBTs receive frequent supervision and support from a Supervising BCBA. They’re integral to the child’s progress as well as family communication with the ABA Treatment Team. The Behavior Technician has the following responsibilities:
- Provide reliable one-on-one ABA services based on the child’s treatment plan
- Implement programs developed by a BCBA to help build verbal behavior, daily living skills, and social skills
- Provide positive reinforcement to increase appropriate behaviors
- Collect data throughout session to actively monitor the child’s progress
- Participate in program development with the BCBA
- Discuss collected data with the BCBA and assist with program modifications to ensure the child continues to progress
- Assist with preference assessment to ensure the child is continually motivated during teaching
- Maintain a professional demeanor with families and supervisors
- Ensure confidentiality and abide by HIPPA regulations
What makes you a great fit for TLBC:
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology, education, or a related field
- Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation
- Experience working with children
- Availability in the afternoon (4-8pm) at least 3 days per week
- Must pass a background check
- Must obtain RBT certification within 2 weeks of employment (training provided)
The Behavior Technician position is a W-2 position with the following benefits for full-time employees:
- Competitive hourly rate
- Paid Time Off
- Sick Leave
- Flexible hours
- Medical Insurance
- 401(k) with Company Match
- Short-term Disability Insurance
- Initial as well as Ongoing Training
- In-house RBT Training
- Tablet for Electronic Data Collection
- Paid trainings
- Mileage Pay
- Frequent BCBA Supervision
- Continuing Education reimbursement
- Access to TLBC materials, curriculums, and games
- Opportunities for growth within the company
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $18.00 to $20.00 /hour
- relevant: 1 year (Preferred)
- Bachelor’s (Required)
- Driver’s License (Required)
- Evening (Required)
- Health insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off
- Flexible schedule
- Professional development assistance
- Tuition reimbursement
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