Hiring Behavior Technicians
We're Hiring Behavior Technicians &
Registered Behavior Technicians
Healing Haven provides behavioral services to families of children with autism and other special needs between the ages of 2 – 16. Our clinics are growing and we are seeking dedicated and energetic individuals to join our team. We are hiring Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians. This position provides one-on-one therapy with children to increase communication, socialization and play skills.
Why Become a Behavior Technician?
Essentially Behavior Technicians can help change lives through on-on-one ABA therapy for children and teens with autism and other special needs. Behavior Technicians have the opportunity to make an impact on a child’s development. Through ABA therapy children and teens work on communication, social skills and life skills. Additionally, ABA Therapy also addresses any behaviors that interfere with learning.
Behavior Technicians at Healing Haven enjoy a warm, supportive environment that fosters passionate employees and emphasizes professional and ethical development. Hands on, didactic and online training is provided to develop competency in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. In addition, training remains ongoing throughout employment with a focus on constantly improving independence and quality of life for the children we serve. Healing Haven offers a variety of career paths for those interested in making a difference in the lives of children and families impacted by autism.
Benefits available to Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians at Healing Haven include:
- Competitive salary with annual eligibility for merit increases
- $20 an hour starting rate for 1+ year of experience in the field and active RBT certification.
- Monthly bonus opportunities
- Earn up to $5,000 in 9 months with our referral bonus
- Opportunity for advancement in a growing company
- Employer paid life insurance
- Access to medical, dental, vision, disability with generous employer contribution to medical
- Access to 401k retirement plan
- Full and part time schedules
- PTO, sick pay, and holiday pay
Summary of Essential Job Functions of the Behavior Technician:
Here are some of the specific duties related to being a Behavior Technician.
- Working one on one with children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder;
- Teaching skills involving language and social skills, fine and gross motor, relaxation, play, and ADLs;
- Maintaining a fun and interactive environment that is clean and organized;
- Building strong, lasting relationships with clients and families;
- Documenting behaviors and collecting data;
- Fostering a warm, inclusive environment for staff and families;
- Working as a team with other departments including Speech and Occupational Therapy;
- Obtaining/Maintaining Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Certification and Quality Behavioral Solutions (QBS) Safety-Care Training.
Minimum Requirements needed to apply for this position:
- Bachelor’s Degree not required, but preferred
- Professional references
- Reliable means of transportation
- Clean criminal history
- Maintaining respect and confidentiality for all clients
- Ability to walk, run, lift, squat, bend, push/pull 30 pounds as needed for therapy services
- Ability to efficiently write and communicate verbally
- Ability to work supportively with other professionals and staff
Job Type: Full-time and part-time
Pay: $17.00 – $22.00 per hour, depending on experience and RBT certification status
To apply, please complete the form below:
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