Why join the team at Accel Therapies?
Accel Therapies Inc., founded in 2005, is one of the most established organizations serving individuals with disabilities across multiple states and regions nationally. We have the benefits and stability of a large organization, with the care and attention to each individual team member of a small startup!
Compensation and Benefits
- Highly competitive hourly rate based on experience, geography, and qualifications
- Continuous performance evaluation cycles to allow Accel team members to level up in terms of roles and compensation at their own pace
- Medical, dental, and vision benefits
- Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement
- Paid sick time
- Paid initial and ongoing training program
- 401K with employer matching
- Frequent social events and team bonding activities
- Performance bonuses
- Employee referral bonuses
- Opportunities for rapid promotions and advancement based on performance
- Supervision by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and assistance with preparation for BCBA, BCaBA, and BCAT certification programs
Overview of Accel Therapies
At Accel Therapies, we are dedicated to helping all children realize their potential. Through evidence-based methods and a results-driven philosophy, our professionals help children and their families enjoy meaningful, life-changing progress as they achieve their developmental goals.
We specialize in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy) for children with Autism and / or other developmental disabilities. What sets us apart is our individual connection with our clients and our family-centered approach, which allows us to craft and implement a bespoke intervention plan to produce real, tangible results for a child’s unique needs.
Description of the Role
Behavior Technicians implement ABA therapy programs in home, center, community, and school settings. Behavior Technicians will complete a paid ABA therapy training program, including ABA fundamentals, role play, shadow sessions and more prior to starting clinical cases. Behavior Technicians will report to a Case Manager or Clinical Supervisor. This position is hourly, exempt, and part-time or full-time.
- Complete the ABA therapy training program, including successfully passing examinations and competency assessments
- Provide ABA services for children, teens, and young adults and their families
- Maintain HIPAA confidentiality at all times
- Adhere to all company policies and procedures and represent the company professionally in all situations
- Implement treatment plans and track/collect data against goals
- Report client progress to Case Manager and Clinical Supervisor
- Arrive on time to all clinical and administrative appointments and meetings
- Finish daily clinical notes on time and accurately
- Complete ongoing training and attend staff meetings
- Ability to lift 30 lbs. while assisting patients
- Ability to efficiently use a Company iPad for internal communications, data tracking, clinical notes, scheduling, and other applications that may be needed
- Ability to work in various indoor and outdoor environments, including in-home, community, school, and center settings
- Ability to work on the floor or in children’s chairs with clients
- Ability to handle aggressive behaviors and monitor movement of clients to ensure client and provider safety
- Passing of TB test, immunizations, and background check
- COVID Vaccination may be required in California (with exemptions available for religious beliefs and qualified medical conditions)
Experience and Qualifications
- Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
- Interest in working with individuals with disabilities
- Availability to work at least 15 hours (ideally, weekday availability of 2-8 pm on at least 3 weekdays, and weekend availability of either Saturday or Sunday 8-2 pm)
- Reliable means of transportation