Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) for Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) JobWorcester, MA
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The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) will provide one-on-one applied behavior analysis (ABA) services to a young child with autism in their home and/or childcare center. The RBT will play an important role in the child’s EIBI program by directly implementing skill development and behavior reduction protocols specified in their individualized treatment plans under the direction and supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The RBT will generally provide services with parents or caregivers present and must be compassionate, collaborative, and respectful of families’ privacy and cultural or religious practices. Building supportive and professional relationships with children and families is an important part of this role.
- Full-time year-round position
- Hours: 35 hours per week, not including a daily one-hour unpaid lunch break. If a parent cancels a session, the ABA Therapist will have the option of working in another NECC program that day instead.
- Days: Monday through Friday.
- Time: Sessions are scheduled between the hours of 7:30 AM and 4:00 PM.
- Planned closings: The EIBI program calendar includes 26 days per year when it is closed for services.
- Provide one-on-one applied behavior analysis (ABA) services to a young child with autism in their home and/or childcare center.
- Implement skill acquisition and behavior reduction procedures as prescribed in treatment protocols.
- Collect data on target skills and behaviors targeted for decrease for progress tracking and assessment.
- Complete daily session notes.
- Participate in paid supervision meetings and professional development activities.
- Respect the privacy, cultural customs, and religious practices of children and families.
- Build and maintain positive and collaborative relationships with children and families while maintaining professional boundaries.
- Certified as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT). NECC will provide RBT supervision conducted by a BCBA as required to maintain RBT certification.
- Must be a compassionate and kind person with a desire to work with young children and families.
- High school diploma is required. Having or pursuing a college degree is preferred.
- A willingness to learn and build skills through training that includes observation and feedback by a BCBA.
- Good communication skills and ability to work independently.
- A strong work ethic that includes reliability and professionalism.