Creative Behavior Interventions is searching for highly motivated individuals to work part-time with children with autism and related disabilities in an at-home setting.
The Behavior Interventionist will provide 1:1 aide support, implement programs designed by a certified BCBA, complete accurate data documentation, as well as maintain a positive and professional relationship with team members and family.
As a Behavior Interventionist for CBI, you will undergo an initial training period, and receive ongoing training throughout your employment with CBI.
What CBI offers to you:
- Paid initial and ongoing training
- Opportunity to work with, and learn from, Masters and Ph.D. level Clinical Supervisors and Directors-BCBA Supervision
- Plenty of opportunity for career advancement
- Continuing education and professional growth
- A supportive, collaborative, and creative culture
- Mileage reimbursement for traveling between clients
- Extremely competitive compensation packages
Creative Behavior Interventions knows that for a child to BECOME all they can be, they have to be surrounded by those that BELIEVE whole-heartedly in them. To BEGIN a season of new success for a child takes knowledgeable people with hope in their hearts.
Join a team that provides one-on-one, in-home ABA therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or related developmental delays in the areas of Speech, Communication, Language, Social Interaction, Play, Motor Skills, Academic Skills, or with Behavioral Deficits & Behavioral Excesses, under the supervision of a BCBA.
We are looking for motivated, energetic, creative, and compassionate individuals who love to work with children. We provide all the training you need.
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS
- In the pursuit of a BA, in the field of Psychology, Sociology, Child Development or other related field.
- Must be self-motivated, responsible, honest, articulate and able to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Be able to pass either the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) exam or the Applied Behavior Analysis Technician (ABAT) exam – both administered by outside sources.
- Have excellent time management skills and knowledge of city maps.
- Be able to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high social economic status areas.
- Be comfortable working in families’ homes with limited resources (e.g. studio apt., housing projects, etc.).
- Maintain professional boundaries, professional composure, and work well under pressure.
- Implement behavior modification strategies under agency supervision.
- Effectively communicate with others (clients, family members, agency staff, etc.).
- Accept, follow, and implement direction from agency representatives.
- Be creative, spontaneous, and animated in your gestures, facial expressions and voice interactions.
- Have a telephone and reliable method to record scheduled appointments, and return phone calls within 24 hours.
- Have reliable transportation and current liability insurance for your vehicle.
- Stand, sit, twist, kneel, bend-over, crouch down, walk, and sit/play on the floor for extended periods of time.
- Must be available to work weekday afternoons, evenings, and/or weekends (After 3:00 PM M-F and one weekend day).
- Ability to provide negative TB test results.
- Ability to pass FBI & DOJ background fingerprinting.