The Hope Source is hiring for the following positions:
- Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) and Behavior Technicians
We will be hiring over 25 RBT/BTs over the next 6 months due to our growth! Training Classes are held 1-2x per month.
Professional Education and Experience Requirements
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree required.
- Candidates with less than a Bachelor’s degree, with the RBT credential and significant experience in the field, may be considered.
- Degree in ABA, psychology, social work, education or related field preferred.
- Pediatric or Adolescent experience preferred. Experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) preferred.
- Experience as Behavior Technician in ABA or Mental Health preferred.
- Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Certification preferred with compensation bonus for credentialed RBTs.
- Full-time: 40 hours per week preferred
- Part-time: 20 hours per week, 5 half days per week required
- Graduate Practicum: dependent on availability of supervisor within field of study and program requirements
- Work Hours: 7:30am-4:00pm Monday through Friday
- Early Arrival/Late Stay Rotating Schedule
- Competitive salary
- Paid Orientation Training with ongoing support from experienced training department
- 30 Minute Break during the day
- Fortune 500- caliber benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance, STD, LTD and other add-on coverage options
- 10K Life Insurance
- 401K – up to 3% employer match after one year of employment
- 22 PTO days: 17 days of PTO during scheduled closures, including one week of Christmas break, 5 discretionary PTO days1 additional PTO “Loyalty Day” per year of employment
- 2 week paid family leave (maternity, paternity, adoption)
- Paid mileage for outings
- Hope Source Café for onsite healthy snack and lunch options
- Free onsite Fitness Center access
- Crisis Intervention Team and onsite Nurse
- Staff Development: CPR, Crisis Intervention and quarterly Staff Development Days for team building and concept training
- ACE Provider: free continuing education for RBTs
- Staff Appreciation Events, Bonuses and Perks
- ADP Employee Discounts at restaurants, cellular and other retailers
- Generous referral bonus
Primary Responsibilities of a Behavior Technician
- Providing individual and group ABA intervention to children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Implementation of treatment and behavior plans under the direction of a Clinical Supervisor (BCBA)
- Guide skill acquisition and behavior management in clinic and classroom settings for assigned clients
- Complete accurate, real-time data collection via various documentation mediums – SOAP/progress notes, behavior tracking, ABC data collection, parent communication logs, etc.
- Participate in ongoing training, staff development and continuing education for professional growth
- Upholding strict ethical code and positive, healthy work environment
- Obtainment of Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential within 6 months