Understanding Behavior Kent , WA 98031
Understanding Behavior, Inc. is currently seeking energetic, outgoing, and passionate individuals to become part-time ABA Therapists. We provide ABA services for children with autism and their families; experience with ABA and working with children diagnosed on the autism spectrum disorder preferred. Understanding Behavior (UBI) is one of the nations leading providers of family-oriented ABA therapy services for individuals with autism.
UBI offers Behavior Interventionists
Competitive salaries based on experience and Flexible schedules
Case load choices
A meaningful experience in the growing field of Autism Treatment, Behavioral Health and ABA therapy
Extensive hands-on training (online and on-sight) and ongoing program oversight
Room for advancement within the company
Opportunity to work with children of all ages and developmental levels
Comprehensive paid training program and on-going support by Board Certified Behavior Analysts
Mobile data collection/tracking
BCBA supervision hours to count toward your BACB exam (based on availability)
Implement individualized treatment programs designed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) to help children increase skills
Teach and help to promote language, behavioral, social, and daily living skills in a fun, play setting to increase motivation and positive performance for every individual
Collect and accurately record data on clients progress
Utilize an online system to enter, track, and view progress
Provide support to parents, teachers, and caregivers to make the most of their efforts in making our programs universal across all areas of the childs environment
Submit case notes of each session and hours worked every day.
Maintain timely communication with clients, UBI staff, and supervising BCBAs
A minimum of High School Diploma required; 48 college credit hours or a Bachelors degree is preferred.
Candidates must be energetic, animated, and outgoing, with a passion for helping children achieve their true potential.
Applicants must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be self-motivated, creative, organized, and reliable
Minimum of 1 year working with children; experience working with children who have autism or developmental disabilities strongly preferred
Reliable transportation and valid driver's license
Ability to work well independently and as a team
Ability to interact with children, i.e. running and implementing physical intervention and strategies when necessary
Comfortable working with children who display behavior problems
Understanding of proper professional and communication boundaries in terms of families and supervisors
Ability to defer to supervisors in program development, modification and report writing as appropriate
ABA experience preferred
Must be RBT (registered behavior technician) certified or willing to become one (see http:// http://bacb.com/rbt/ for more info)
Crisis Management Training (CPI) preferred
CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support) certification required
This is a part-time position and you must become a registered behavior technician
Most services occur between 3- 8pm weekdays and/or anytime during the weekend
Applicant must be okay with traveling up to a 30-mile radius
This position is also an excellent opportunity for a recent college graduate or student seeking practical ABA experience.