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We would love to have you join our team. Our team has extensive training and experience in Applied Behavior Analysis. We believe that working as a team enhances both treatment integrity and job satisfaction.

JOB OPENING

Behavior Technician

California

Behavior Treatment & Analysis is seeking Full & Part Time Behavior Technicians to work with our clients between the ages of 0 to 12. The professional in this position will be responsible for providing treatment and implementing ABA services, pursuant to a treatment plan developed and approved by the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Program Supervisor

California

The Program Supervisor provides guidance, training and education to the team members of each client. He/She will support the Behavior Technicians by overlapping them in the field and ensures that Behavior Technicians are arriving on time, implementing therapy with fidelity, and taking accurate data.

Clinical Supervisor (BCBA)

California

The Clinical Supervisor is the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) whose role is to provide clinical support to the Program Supervisors and Registered Behavior Technicians to ensure treatment fidelity and procedural integrity across the client’s intervention (included but not limited to staff/parent training development).

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Join our team of professionals!

Due to our constant growth, at BTA we are always searching for the best talent in health services with the objective to bring the best service and help to our patients to develop their abilities.

We know that the wellness of each member of our team helps in everyday relationships with our patients, which is why we look to reach its maximum potential, helping our talent achieve its best personal and professional level leading to investing in its continuous development.

Our philosophy is embedded in teamwork and values like respect, equality, and responsibility.

BEHAVIOR TECHICIAN

BEHAVIOR TECHICIAN:

The Senior Registered Behavior Technician provides training and field support to the Behavior Technicians thereby providing support to the Program Supervisors and the clients. Senior RBT ensures that Behavior Technicians are arriving on time, implementing therapy with fidelity, and taking accurate data. The Senior RBT is also responsible to do Behavior Skills Training (BST) to provide the Behavior Technicians with the opportunity to practice and they provide feedback to the Behavior Technician. They remind Behavior Technicians to behavior analytic principles when providing therapy while following the RBT ethical guidelines. The Senior RBT then follow up, by putting data regarding each overlap on the database. The Behavior Technician overlapped will be sent the overlap report. This report includes objective goals for the Technician to work on. The Senior Behavior Technician will report to the Office close to their region unless stated otherwise. Any conflict or issues that may arise during sessions, the Senior RBT will direct the issues to the supervisor or to the right department.

Responsibilities and Duties:

• Delivers ABA treatment protocol developed by a BCBA

• Provide direct client care in a 1:1 setting in the client’s home, community and/or school

• Work with clients, families and communities to implement client treatment plan

• Attends staff meetings, training, and other meetings as requested

• Active participation in staff training programs designed to increase overall skill

• Responsible to complete additional job-duties as assigned by Supervisors/Management

• Complete daily paperwork and data collection notes in detail and timely manner

• Maintain accuracy and be consistent

• Participate actively in the creation of the digital & virtual contents designs and research in a timely manner

Conditions of Employment:

• Ability to obtain and maintain criminal record clearance through the Department of Justice. The People & Performance department must analyze DOJ/FBI live scan reports in accordance with applicable federal, State and local laws as well as fitness for position

• Must have a valid California Driver’s License. Maintain a clean driving record. Show proof of auto insurance

• Must adhere to all federal, state and local laws/legislation as applicable as well as HIPAA laws and regulatory agencies

• Must pass health screenings, obtain vaccinations and clear TB testing based on company policies

• Ability to obtain and maintain CPR certificate

• Ability to obtain and maintain clearance through the Office of Inspector General

• Must attend all BTA required training

 

Qualifications and Skills:

• High school Diploma

• AA or BS a Plus

• Willing and committed to work with individuals of special need

• Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion pertaining to the work environment

• Ability to utilize a computer, fax machine, Tablet etc.

• Frequent proofreading and checking documents for accuracy

• Be compassionate and understanding

• Bilingual Spanish is a Plus

• Telehealth experience is a Plus

Benefits:

• Full Time & Part Time employees benefit from competitive hourly rates + paid mileage and drive time.

• Tuition discounts at National University

• Growth opportunities

• Opportunities for BCBA mentor-ship

• Allowances for purchasing client reinforcers

• Paid sick time off

• Vacation time

• Health benefits

• Professional Development Opportunities to become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behavior Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and Clinical Director!

More Company Perks:

• Company socials by region, such as: dinners, bowling, yoga, holiday parties and more!

• Performance Incentive Program with choice of rewards, such as a variety of e-gift cards and bonuses!

Additional Information

BTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability, age or covered veteran status.

PROGRAM SUPERVISOR

PROGRAM SUPERVISOR:

The Program Supervisor provides guidance, training and education to the team members of each client. He/She will support the Behavior Technicians by overlapping them in the field and ensures that Behavior Technicians are arriving on time, implementing therapy with fidelity, and taking accurate data. The Program Supervisor will utilize Behavior Skills Training (BST) to provide the Behavior Technicians with the opportunity to practice and they provide feedback to the Behavior Technician. The Program Supervisor will then follow up, by recording data including objective goals for the Behavior Technician to work on. The Program Supervisor is also responsible for assisting with client’s reassessments, writing progress reports and goals, analyzing data, making clinical decisions, writing individualized programs, as well as assessing a child’s progress and the effectiveness of the therapy team. The Program Supervisor is also responsible for facilitating Clinic meetings in the home and providing parent education on a monthly basis for each client. The Program Supervisor will report to the Office close to their region unless stated otherwise. Any conflict or issues that may arise during sessions, the Program Supervisor will direct the issues to the Clinical Supervisor (BCBA) assigned to the client or Associate Clinical Director of the region.

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR (BCBA)

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR (BCBA):

The Clinical Supervisor is the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) whose role is to provide clinical support to the Program Supervisors and Registered Behavior Technicians to ensure treatment fidelity and procedural integrity across the client’s intervention (included but not limited to staff/parent training development). The Clinical Supervisor is assigned to conduct initial assessments per month, case management, and to ensure that the client’s progress is continuous throughout the treatment period. The Clinical Supervisor is also responsible for creating detailed behavior intervention plans (BIP) and treatment plans to address the behaviors of concern and client’s deficit areas. Treatment plans are primarily designed to address areas of medical necessity and may occur in a variety of settings including the patient’s home, school, community, or via telehealth. In addition, the Clinical Supervisor will provide direct supervision to the RBT and will adhere to the BACB ethical and supervision guidelines. Clinical Supervisors report to the Associate Clinical Director of the region and/or the Executive Clinical Director.