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Sr. Behavior Technician / RBT Weekends

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This is a Full-time position in Newport News, VA posted May 3, 2021.

Part-time opportunity
Seeking Sr.

Behavior Technician / RBT’s to care for and assist spectrum disorder family needs.
Responsibilities:

• Providing support to families and deliver treatment through the modality of ABA

• Receive clinical supervision from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst

• Collect data on treatment outcomes and efficacies

• Communicate with collaborating providers through care coordination

• Educate parents through psychoeducation about their child’s disorder

• Facilitate referrals to other healthcare and educational providers

• Deliver 1:1 client care in the home and community

• Attend weekly staff meetings and clinical supervision

• Maintain a caseload of no less than 2 families

• Gain clinical experience needed to advance in the behavioral health field

• Work within a multi-disciplinary team to facilitate collaborative team approach to treatment
Qualifications:

• Previous experience working with children, adolescents, young adults or adults with developmental delays

• Clinical documentation or willingness to learn how to write clinical documentation

• Ability to build rapport with clients and their families

• Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills

• Ability to manage schedule and organizational skills

• Professionalism and ability to work in client homes while maintaining boundaries

• All candidates without RBT Credential must be willing to obtain credential within 90 days of employment (facilitated by BHWC)
Required Qualifications:

• Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) with the BACB
Required for job:

• Reliable transportation to get to client homes (monthly reimbursement based on caseload)

• Cell phone and email for communication (monthly reimbursement based on caseload)