Golden Steps ABA is dedicated to hiring qualified, caring BCBA therapists to provide the highest standard of care to children with Autism. Golden Steps ABA offers some of the most exciting and rewarding positions in the industry. We understand the importance of working with each therapist and their interests individually. We realize that for a therapist to do their best in helping a child reach their highest levels of performance, we must do our best to help make their job as rewarding as possible.
We are looking for full-time or part-time employees. We have full caseloads available!
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Benefits:
We strongly value work-life balance! Starting with taking away administrative tasks and travel time. Everything is software-based, Flexible hours, with the ability to make your own schedule. Bonus opportunities are available as well. Our goal is, that you should love what you do!
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Responsibilities and Duties:
Ensures program effectiveness Perform comprehensive initial assessments Plans, manages, coordinates and evaluates assigned staff efforts to achieve the objectives of the client’s IEP/IFSP Provides training and supervision of Behavior Technicians Provides direct services to the clients and their parents, when appropriate Implements the program curricula Managing data regarding the client’s progress Assumes responsibility for recording data daily and reporting client status Prepares annual reports regarding program effectiveness Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Qualifications and Skills:
Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or behavior challenges with ABA You can check out our website at Goldenstepsaba.com Job Type: Full-time
Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT)
Golden Steps, ABA Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) Job Description
Are you looking to forward your career? Do you enjoy working with children and providing them with the skills to be successful in their progression, and abilities?
Golden Steps ABA is dedicated to hiring qualified, caring therapists to provide the highest standard of care to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). At Golden Steps ABA you will be placed in a rewarding position with room for growth, the ability to excel, and the guidance you need to be the best clinical therapist you can. We work with you and support you so that you can achieve all your individual career goals. We acknowledge and enforce that for a therapist to do their best in helping a child reach their highest levels of performance, we must do our best to keep the job as rewarding as possible.
Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) Responsibilities and Duties
·Work close to home, no more than a 30-minute commute between clients.
· Our compensation is very competitive. We offer flexible hours, with the ability to work with our team to develop a schedule that gives you the work-life balance you deserve, we want you to enjoy what you do!
· Available for supervision, phone conferences, and team meetings deemed necessary by your supporting BCBA.
· ABA Therapists / Behavior Technicians continuously monitor the client’s response to treatment through data collection methods written and supervised by a BCBA/LABA. (we provide training on our electronic systems)
Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) Qualifications and Skills
· Experience: 1 year as an ABA Therapist or 2 years working with children (Required)
· Possess a minimum of a high school diploma or a national equivalent.
Beyond The Label Autism Services Beyond the Label is currently seeking Behavior Technicians or RBTS to provide ABA services to individuals on the autism spectrum. Please contact us for more information and job inquiries!
Highly Competitive pay- Flexible Schedule- Retirement Plan and Contribution Match- Performance Bonuses and Raises- Career Advancement Tracks- RBT Certification
We are currently hiring in the following Indiana locations and surrounding areas: Shelbyville, Greenfield, Greenwood, Franklin, Columbus, Seymour, Madison.
Employment Coach--Shares, Inc.
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First Steps Bi-Lingual Service Coordinator (Spanish/English)
First Steps South East First Steps Southeast is hiring for the position of Bi-Lingual Service Coordinator (Spanish/English) in Delaware and surrounding counties. We are seeking an energetic individual with a social services background. The Service Coordinator assists families with a child age birth to 3 years of age with developmental concerns in accessing a community-based, comprehensive system of services. These services are individually tailored to meet the families' needs and are provided in the child's natural environment.
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DDSi Essential Duties and Responsibilities The essential duties and responsibilities of this position are to consumers on the behaviors consultant’s caseload, to customer companies, to other members of consumers’ ISTs and to DDSi. These include but are not limited to the following:
To provide interventions that improve quality of life To recommend interventions that use the least restrictive, effective procedures To revise interventions as necessary to address changes in consumer needs and preferences To assist in management of medications and medical conditions As necessary attends psychiatry appointments to discuss behavior control medication issues. Develops recommendations for behavior-control medication titration plans and applies it to the analysis of behavior progress. To be fully aware of the consumer’s recorded history To establish positive working relationships with each consumer on the caseload To be reasonably and responsibly available to consumers to assist them through periods of crisis Other duties as necessary.
To routinely inquire about priorities for interventions and to alter workload priorities when necessary to address changing customer priorities To assure compliance of work products with licensing and certification requirements as applied to the customer company To recommend interventions that are cost effective as well as clinically effective To forge positive, working relationships with key members of the direct-care and management staff of the company To provide reliable means of contact during emergencies
Other IST Members
To function as the content expert for behavior supports information and as the primary source for optimal solutions to consumer behavior problems. To fully participate in consensus-driven group processes to develop effective interventions and to modify them as necessary. To respond promptly and fully to inquiries and requests for information.
Masters Degree/License Required.
2021 CAN-Do Camp Coach
Optimal Rhythms, Inc. Camp Coaches will go through an intensive training process prior to the 2021 CAN-Do Camp [HOME EDITION] to learn about the neuroscience of autism (and other neurodiversities), why presuming competence is the least dangerous assumption, the sensory and motor differences of autism, successful sensory-motor strategies for regulation and communication, purposeful movement vs motor loops, etc. This camp is for K-12 and young adult campers with complex communication and motor challenges. Camp Coaches will provide 1:1 support to campers, parents, caregivers, and communication partners during this unique virtual camp experience that pairs camp participation with real-time support training in the home (or virtually). Camp is offered for 6 themed weeks during June and July. Camp Coaches should have completed at least two years of college, be responsible and passionate about learning, be confident and posses self-regulation skills, and be dedicated to a team approach. Great opportunity for college students majoring in social work, psychology, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, music therapy, physical therapy, education, etc. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW. Training begins on June 1.
Behavior Technician, RBT
Disability & Autism Services of Indiana (DASI) Disability & Autism Services of Indiana (DASI) is seeking hard working, positive team members to implement programs for children on the Autism spectrum using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. We provide on the job training in Applied Behavior Analysis, as well as, classroom and online coursework. We are proud to reward our team with a culture of engagement and an environment where people want to spend their time, and we are excited to announce this fun and rewarding opportunity! A Behavior Technician is a unique and demanding position that requires a diverse set of skills to really thrive in the role, and our goal is to attract and retain the best people as we recognize this is essential to our growth and success. Candidates should be interested in working within a home, clinic and/or community-based model. Training in Applied Behavior Analysis will be provided. All qualified applicants will be kept on file for six months.
Behavior Analyst, BCBA/BCaBA
Disability & Autism Services of Indiana (DASI) Disability & Autism Services of Indiana (DASI) is seeking an enthusiastic and passionate Behavior Analyst to join our amazing team. DASI is proud to reward our team with a culture of engagement and we are excited to announce this opportunity to join a dynamic, dedicated team of professionals committed to providing the highest quality ABA therapy services. A Behavior Analyst position is considered a leadership role; assisting team members in overcoming challenges and answering questions about their day to day client interactions. Candidates should be interested in working in a clinic based model. We are proud to incorporate Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) practices into our management procedures to better support our team members. All qualified applicants will be kept on file for six months.
Responsibilities: *Assess clients, develop and oversee the implementation of Individual Treatment and Behavior Plans *Supervise ABA therapy services and client progress *Create recommendations for therapy services *Provide consultation and training to team members and parents, as needed *Train, coach and facilitate treatment teams *Utilize organizational skills to maintain data collection and daily record keeping *Build rapport and maintain strong communication
Qualifications: *Must have BCBA or BCaBA credentialing *Two years of postgraduate clinical experience working with children with Autism is preferred *Leadership skills with the ability to collaborate as a team *Excellent interpersonal, communication and problem solving skills *Reliable attendance and excellent time management *Must be available at least 32 hours per week
At DASI we offer: *Sign on bonus *Competitive pay based on experience and education *Tuition Reimbursement *Individual Retirement Account (IRA) with 3% company match *Life Insurance *Aflac Supplemental Insurance *Paid Holidays, Paid Time Off & Personal Time *Mileage reimbursement and drive-time *Safety Care, CPR & First Aid certification
Usborne Books & More You run your own business as an independent consultant. You get to sell amazing children's books and help promote literacy. A typical day is running book parties and helping customers with recommendations based on their children's interests. Write your own story and success as you go. You set your own schedule and get out of it what you put in. This job is 100% commission based. You definitely learn a lot about yourself and who you really are.
ABA Therapy Careers at Lighthouse Autism Center
Lighthouse Autism Center Are you looking for a career where you not only make a difference in the lives of children, but are also a valued employee who has a voice in the company you work for? Here at Lighthouse Autism Center, we believe our employees are our most important asset. With centers in Indiana and Michigan, Lighthouse employees are a part of a family-oriented, team-centered organization that is committed to making a difference. We provide opportunities for growth and advancement as well as many other extra perks such as great benefits, generous time-off, company happy hours and outings, and a fun and inclusive work environment.
Behavior Consult - Master's Level
Life Choice We are expanding our Behavioral Support Team and seeking experienced, Masters level Behavioral Consultants to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in all areas of Indiana.
Conduct comprehensive Functional Behavioral Assessments for each client served
Develop Behavioral Support Plans based upon the foundation of Positive Behavioral Supports
Train and consult with direct care staff and team members on the implementation of behavior support plans
Responsible for data collection and on-going monitoring of the efficacy of behavioral support plans
Provide one on one behavior therapy with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, serve on the individual's support team
Consistent home-based visits
Master's degree in:
Applied Behavior Analysis
Minimum three years' experience providing Medicaid Waiver funded behavioral supports.
Must be: Available to work evenings Self-motivated Detail oriented with exceptional follow through Organized, efficient and strong with time management Highly professional, dependable, reliable
Benefits: Competitive pay based on Medicaid Waiver reimbursement rates Full and part time positions available Flexible scheduling PTO Dental, vision, supplemental benefits for full-time employees
Work Location: Home and community based Driving required
Direct Support Professional
Life Choice LLC GREENFIELD/GREENWOOD/SHELBYVILLE - Provides direct care to those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Performs personal care tasks, including assistance with basic personal hygiene and grooming, feeding, and ambulation, medical monitoring, and health care related tasks.