Registered Behavior Technician RBT or Behavior Tech
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CBA offers competitive W-2 pay, flexible schedules and an outstanding benefits package with matching 401K, Medical, Dental, Vision and Health Savings Account (HSA). We provide multiple CEU opportunities, provide access to a highly qualified team and we innovate our service delivery models. We are not a contracting 1099 agency, our supervision model of service delivery helps maintain career advancement for all employees eligible. We participate in ABAI, APBA, KYABA and many more social events. Performance pay model with supervised competency based training is provided along with a ton of other opportunities.
Supervising BCBA/LBA or designee.
The RBT provides direct one-on-one behavior intervention designed to teach communication, social, daily living skills and aids in reducing challenging behaviors in the home, community, and school settings. RBTs utilize evidence based interventions consistent with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), they are developed by the assigned BCBA/LBA.
- Accepts constructive feedback and incorporate suggestions from supervisors during therapy sessions.
Establishes & maintains therapeutic relationship through pairing procedures.
- Teaches socially acceptable replacement behaviors, building better communication, social interaction, and problem-solving skills.
- Fades prompts appropriately to promote successful and independent responding.
- Increase the frequency or duration of safe and appropriate replacement behaviors by providing access to reinforcers.
- Works 1:1 and in small groups to promote better cooperation and participation in group activities.
- Accurately collects behavior data including: A-B-C, rate, frequency, duration, latency, inter-response time, event and interval-based recording.
- Follows treatment plan goals and interventions utilizing sound judgment and seeks out appropriate consultation when necessary.
- Sanitize therapy materials and assist with cleaning around the center.
- Collaborates with family and treatment team members to provide treatment effectively and without disruption to the environment or other individuals in the environment. Educate parents on reinforcement and early intervention information.
- Educates all those involved about the role of ABA based interventions, RBT roles and functions within the boundaries of the RBT role, providing treatment.
- Reassessment are provided as appropriate.
- Adheres to the BACB.com’s ethical requirements relevant to RBT qualifications.
Must be at least 18 years old.
- Must maintain an active and current certification as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) as issued by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB.com).
- Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing.
- Ability to adjust to different and changing environments.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word & Excel) and familiarity with computer basics is required, as well as electronic health records experience.
- Ability to work independently and under supervision in a feedback model of support and development.
- Active and able to lift up to 50 pounds.
- Energetic, engaging, and able to have fun playing with children.
Compensation Based on Experience under the Supervision of a BCBA:
Hourly pay ranges from $13.00 – $20.00(+) an hour depending on the number of full-time years with an active RBT credential under BCBA supervision. The high end of the pay range is commensurate with 5+ years of full-time experience that meets this criteria. We are not a contracting agency. We provide nationally competitive W-2 reimbursement with comprehensive benefit option(s). See the benefit outline in the PDF attachment (i.e., when you start applying you’ll see CBA_Benefits_1page PDF to download).
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Mission & Core Values
The Core Values listed below were designed by families and partners that know who we are and what we represent. They are based on how our community views us, our services and how we administer our business. Including our community in our ongoing development is not only important to us, we believe it’s crucial if you want to make a meaningful difference.
Individuals and families have enough on their plates without having to concern themselves with the opinions of others. We create a judgment-free environment in which participants and families feel welcomed and understood. We offer encouragement, lend a sympathetic ear when needed, and work to address any concerns head-on.
Our ability to care for our clients in a timely manner puts them at ease
and sets us apart. We know the journey to improved quality of life can be overwhelming, which is why we take the time to listen, recognize concerns and put together a plan of action with a healthy sense of urgency. Once the plan is in place, we are hands-on throughout the process, making ourselves available, obtaining feedback, and adjusting accordingly.
We are lifelong learners who create lifelong change for our participants. We are constantly evolving in order to develop and offer the most
effective services possible. A systematic approach to intervention services allows for consistency in the application of our findings, which we’ve accumulated through years of research and experience. We are organized and disciplined in our work, enabling us to build on the strengths of our participants and achieve positive outcomes.
The families we serve entrust us with their most valuable and vulnerable loved ones. We don’t take that lightly. It’s not easy, but we never cut corners or undermine our ethical practice guidelines. Instead, we always do the right thing. We are honored to be able to help our participants and their families and we won’t jeopardize that honor. We work diligently and meticulously to provide the highest quality of care with the highest level of integrity so our participants can live with dignity and respect.
We meet individuals and their families when their lives are in a state of uncertainty. Part of our mission is to bring peace and stability into their lives. That’s why at CBA when we say we’re going to do something, we do whatever it takes to do it. We hold ourselves accountable to reinforce our relationship with and commitment to the individuals, families and case managers we serve.