JOB DESCRIPTIONCreative 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 trainingOpportunity to work with, and learn from, Masters and Ph.D. level Clinical Supervisors and Directors-BCBA SupervisionPlenty of opportunity for career advancementContinuing education and professional growthA supportive, collaborative, and creative cultureMileage reimbursement for traveling between clientsExtremely competitive compensation packagesABOUT USCreative 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.