Behavioral Registered Technician
Behavioral Registered Technician
Do you have experience working with individuals with developmental behavior challenges? Bring your commitment and clinical know-how to a team-based workplace that puts people first.
- Ensure that individuals’ treatment plans are consistently implemented by following the treatment plan goals and interventions, building and maintaining a therapeutic relationship with those served, utilizing sound judgment, and seeking out appropriate consultation.
- Collaborate with family and treatment team members; educate parents/guardians on reinforcement and intervention information when requested.
- Utilize appropriate interactional style and maintain dignity and respect towards those served.
- Prompt safe and socially acceptable replacement behaviors in order to build a repertoire of communication, social interaction, and problem-solving skills.
- Fade prompts appropriately to promote successful independent responding.
- Increase the frequency or duration of safe and appropriate replacement behaviors by providing access to reinforcers.
- Review participant progress objectively using behavior analytic methods, identify solutions to barriers, and make recommendations to the supervisor and behavior analyst when needed.
- Accurately collect behavioral data as defined in the RBT program as needed.
- Complete all clinical and residential documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
- Review daily updates such as new programs, access level changes, scheduled sessions, etc.
- Ensure proper implementation and retraining as needed by routinely communicating with staff.
- Schedule and prepare for leisure activities to keep participants engaged and active when therapy sessions are not taking place.
- Participate in training and refreshers from clinical staff on the implementation of program updates to ensure that rehabilitative objectives are achieved.
- Attend clinical meetings such as access review meetings, clinical team meetings, progress conferences, etc. as assigned.
- Provide up-to-date residential status of participants and identify problem areas affecting the participant; implement solutions as recommended by the clinical team.
- Understand and ensure adherence to company policies and procedures while maintaining compliance with relevant external regulatory guidelines.
- High school diploma or equivalent required.
- RBT Credential or desire to work toward obtaining the RBT Credential with guidance provided, and the ability to complete that training and board exam within 30 days from hiring date.
- Two years of completed college coursework in psychology, education, social work, behavioral science, human development, or related field preferred.
- Two years of experience working with individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury or other individuals with developmental behavior challenges who engage in severe problem behaviors preferred.
- Current CPR/First Aid certification as required by state.
- Current driver’s license in good standing, car registration, and auto insurance if providing transportation for individual receiving services.
- Professional, with the ability to maintain composure and exercise sound judgment and discretion.
- Exceptional communication skills with an ability to establish trust and rapport quickly.
- A good listener with an ability to empathize while still providing guidance.
Why Join Us?
- Paid time off and health benefits for employees working 30+ hours/week.
- Enjoy job security with career development and advancement opportunities.
- Paid training, holiday pay, mileage reimbursement.
- Work with some of the best co-workers you could ask for!
- Rewarding, hands-on work that makes a lasting impact on the lives of individuals.
We have meaningful work for you – come join our team – Apply Today!