Employment

Submit resume and cover letter to:

officemanager@gbsautism.com

Accepting applications for all the following positions:

Behavior Health Technicians, Registered Behavior Technicians, Behavior Consultants, Board Certified Behavior Analysts.

Part time positions open in our Lycoming and Union County Center Based programs.

Supervision on-site for RBTs and for independent field experience for individuals working toward BACB certification. (inquire about availability)

BHT Job Description:

Job Responsibilities:

  • Reliability- be on time for your scheduled sessions.
  • Provide direct intervention or support in 1:1 or group settings
  • Implement treatment plan utilizing intensive behavioral interventions
  • Follow prescribed behavior skill acquisition and behavior reduction protocols
  • Record data for behavior protocols and graph data for analysis
  • Utilize safe and appropriate procedures when working with clients
  • Maintain client confidentiality
  • Assist with behavior assessments as needed by LBS/BCBA
  • Collaborate with team and families
  • Report directly to Behavior Consultant or Lead RBT
  • Implementation of treatment plan
  • Maintain paperwork in program book
  • Write daily service notes and weekly update notes
  • Timely submission of materials
  • Maintain client hygiene: change diapers, assist with clean up, change client clothing when necessary
  • Follow the BACB Ethical and Professional Guidelines

Minimum Training and Experience for Behavior Health Technician/RBT:

  • High School Degree
  • 1-2 years’ experience with Autism or professional experience with children
  • Physically able to meet demands of position
    • Able to lift at least 50 pounds
    • Able to move and twist
    • Able to get on floor and quickly stand up
    • Must be able to assume and maintain a variety of postures (kneeling, squatting, crawling, sitting in child size chairs, standing, etc) for extended periods of time
    • Must be able to take feedback from supervisor and implement feedback
  • Must be able to sit on ground for extended periods of time
  • Must be willing and able to block aggression and utilize quick body movements as indicated in the treatment plan
  • Must accept risks when working with children with challenging behaviors
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and communication system (cell phone)
  • Must be able to receive detailed information through oral communication
  • Must have visual acuity to read and comprehend written communication through a variety of modalities.
  • Must have basic English reading skills and basic math skills (addition, figuring out percentages, etc)
  • Provide copies of current CPR, Child Abuse Clearance, FBI Fingerprinting, Criminal Clearance, and copy of degree/transcript, and three professional references.
  • May not have any report or history of ethical issues, legal actions against you, felonies, or misdemeanors

Registered Behavior Technicians:

RBT’s must meet the above requirements in addition to:

  • obtaining RBT certification from the BACB
  • Meeting RBT supervision requirements
  • Maintaining RBT certification (renewing yearly)
  • Being a model staff for BHT and orientees
  • Assisting with assessments, FBA, graphing, staff training and additional responsibilities as assigned by the BCBA.