Consultants for Children, Inc. RBT (Registered Behavior Technician), Boulder, CO in Boulder, Colorado
Are you interested in supporting children with autism or developmental / intellectual disabilities to help them live their best lives? Then this is the position for you!
This is a part time position to start, with the potential to build your caseload.
Availability Needed: Tuesday - Friday 9am-3pm
Current RBT preferred, but training provided for the right candidate. This is a part time position to start, with the potential to build a caseload.
As a Registered Behavior Therapist (RBT), you will work one on one with children using the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). An RBT is a credentialed paraprofessional that works with people receiving ABA. The RBT will work under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), in order to improve the quality of life of the clients and families Consultants for Children serves!
Why You Should Join CFCI:
Be a part of our multi-disciplinary clinical team that may include BCBA / BCaBAs, Mental Health Therapists, Respite/In-Home Support Providers, RBTs, Wraparound Facilitators, Summer Club staff, and our therapy dog, Sprout
Client-focused agency with AWESOME clinical/support team
Flexible schedule, we do not assign caseloads or clients
Discounted coursework through our partnership with Purdue University Global
Free CEUs, CPR/1st Aid, Handle with Care, and Seizure First Aid certifications
Privately owned since 2002 with eight locations throughout Colorado
RBT Position Summary:
The RBT will use evidence-based protocols and positive reinforcement to teach or increase language and communication skills, promote play and social skills, encourage daily living activities, and develop pre-academic skills in the home, community, and/or school setting. You will directly contribute to our client's success stories by providing them with the necessary skills to be successful!
Implement one on one ABA intervention programs to children in a home, school or other environments as needed
Observe and collect data on the child's behavior
Teach child the specific behavior skills called for in the treatment plan
Attend regular supervisory meetings with a BCBA
Maintain clear lines of communication and professional boundaries
Continue to improve your professional performance through the feedback of your BCBA
Ability to interact well with active children
Ability to work cooperatively as a therapy team member, and work independently
Availability to work a minimum of 10 hours per week
Abide by the RBT ethics code
Be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent
Clean background and reference checks
10 paid holidays a year, including your birthday
Paid sick time
Employee Assistance Program
Medical/vision/dental and PTO for employees working at least 30 hours/week