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Registered Behavior Technician job Posted Aug 10
Confidential, USA, CO
 
Job Description:

The RBT I will provide clinical skills instruction and behavior reduction protocols based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, community, and school settings. The RBT I will collect data on programs and assist the BCBA and/or BCaBA with clinical preference assessments as needed, directly.
Duties/Responsibilities/Tasks:

Implement 1:1 ABA intervention programs to children in their homes.
The BACB requires that BCaBAs, or Assistant Behavior Analysts, work under the supervision of a BCBA-D or BCBA. RBTs must work under the supervision of a BCBA-D, BCBA, or BCaBA.
The Registered Behavior TechnicianTM (RBT®) is a paraprofessional who practices under the close, ongoing supervision of a BCBA, BCaBA, or FL-CBA. The RBT is primarily responsible for the direct implementation of behavioranalytic services. The RBT does not design intervention or assessment plans. It is the responsibility of the RBT supervisor to determine which tasks an RBT may perform as a function of his or her training, experience, and competence. The BACB certificant supervising the RBT is responsible for the work performed by the RBT on the cases they are overseeing"
Complete all maintenance requirements every year; and
Complete the RBT Competency Assessment; and
Submit complete renewal applications on the required schedule via the RBT Renewal Application, including all necessary fees, attestations, and self-reporting requirements; and
Adhere to the BACB’s ethics requirements identified as relevant to RBTs; and
Have a Responsible Certificant on record with the BACB; and
Adhere to the supervision requirements outlined below.
Demonstrate understanding of the services and outcomes for children with Autism utilizing ABA techniques as attested to by the BCBA and/or BCaBA.
Observe and record child’s behaviors and acquisition data.
Communicate with supervisory staff.  Participate in all meetings.
Videotape home therapy sessions for evaluations.
Maintains documentation demonstrating service provided.
Attends regular supervisory meetings with a Behavior Analyst to review: consumer care and treatment, any changes in consumer level of functioning, significant behavioral incidents, or other issues that affect consumer’s behavioral status.
Communicates effectively with the Behavior Analyst regarding any issues, including service delivery, task assignment, etc.
Participates in introductory and ongoing training programs that provide instruction in ABA and other methodologies applicable to the client population.
Collects data throughout the session in a timely and efficient manner.
Provides direct ABA therapy for clients in at home, school, or in other environments as needed.
Implements behavior intervention strategies and program changes as directed by the Behavior Analyst and/or as decided upon by the treatment team.
Assists in performing preference assessments and other ongoing assessments for clients.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
Engages successfully in Behavior Skills Training and incorporates and grows with feedback from supervisor.
Patience.
Ability to interact well with children.
Ability to work cooperatively as a therapy team member.
Ability to work well independently.
Required to work a minimum of 5 hours per week.
Ability to continually improvement therapeutic skills.
Required Experience:
Be at least 18 years of age.
Education Experience:
Have graduated from high school or earned a high school equivalency degree.
Preferred background in ABA.
Be RBT certified.

Company Description:
Consultants for Children, Inc. is a unique company striving to meet the individual and varying
needs of children with autism and other developmental disabilities, as well as their families.

Our mission is to provide the best possible treatment plan for children diagnosed with Autism
and/or other developmental disabilities by providing comprehensive direct service to the
children in the home, in the community, during social skills clubs and by collaborating with schools.

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