Empower ABA is seeking passionate and dedicated Behavior Technicians to join our team of professionals. As a Behavior Technician, you will provide one-on-one ABA therapy to children with autism and other special needs under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
As you build a relationship with children and their families, your work will directly contribute to their growth, development, and improved quality of life.
Your responsibilities as a Behavior Technician at Empower ABA will include the following:
- Implement ABA therapy techniques under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
- Provide one-on-one therapy sessions to children, following individualized treatment plans tailored to their specific needs.
- Teach and reinforce appropriate social, communication, and behavioral skills in a supportive and structured environment.
- Foster a positive and engaging therapeutic relationship with clients, promoting their independence and well-being.
- Conduct assessments, collect data, and track progress to ensure effective treatment outcomes.
- Collaborate with the BCBA and interdisciplinary team members to review progress, address concerns, and modify treatment plans as necessary.
- Communicate effectively with parents/caregivers, providing updates on therapy goals, progress, and strategies for generalization of skills to the home setting.
- Maintain accurate and detailed documentation of therapy sessions, including progress notes and data collection.
- Participate in ongoing training and professional development opportunities to enhance your knowledge and skills in ABA therapy.
If you’re seeking a position that is fulfilling, impactful, and offers room for growth, this is for you! Join our warm and collaborative team of experienced therapists and make a difference in the lives of children with special needs and their families.
Our ideal candidate is someone who:
- Is passionate about working with children on the autism spectrum and individuals with special needs.
- Demonstrates patience, empathy, and a genuine desire to make a positive impact on the lives of children and their families.
- Has excellent interpersonal and communication skills to effectively engage with clients, parents, and the interdisciplinary team.
- Is detail-oriented and able to accurately follow treatment plans, collect data, and maintain comprehensive documentation.
- Can adapt to the individual needs of each client and implement appropriate strategies to support their progress.
- Has strong organizational and time-management skills to prioritize tasks and effectively manage a caseload.
- Is open to learning and receiving feedback, with a growth mindset and a willingness to enhance professional skills.
- Has availability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate client schedules.
- Candidates must have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Previous experience in ABA therapy or working with individuals on the autism spectrum is preferred, but not required.