Registered Behavior Technician

Job Description

RBT Job Description 

We are looking for an experienced, dedicated, and compassionate behavior technician to join our team. As a behavior technician at our company, you'll be responsible for assisting behavior analysts to implement various treatment plans. 

You will work one-on-one with patients and help them with daily activities, monitor their behavior, collect and record data on their progress, and communicate with the patient's family. To be successful in this role, you will display empathy, compassion, and discretion in your work.

RBT Requirements 

  1. Relevant experience in applied behavioral therapy.
  2. Certificate, bachelor's, or associate's degree in behavioral health. A degree in a related field is also acceptable.
  3. Must be physically fit and able to lift and carry patients.
  4. RBT Certification 
  5. BLS/CPR Certification 
  6. Reliable Transportation
RBT Responsibilities
  1. Collaborate and communicate with the training of parents, staff, and clients.
  2. Provide a safe, empathy-filled, and supportive environment for patients and their family.
  3. Maintain strict confidentiality for all client work.
  4. Provide direct care to clients in a one-on-one or group therapy setting.
  5. Perform clinical assessments and other administrative tasks.
  6. Attend RBT training to always keep your skills up-to-date.
RBT Skills

To be successful in this role as a behavior technician, you should have the following skills:

  1. Excellent communication skills
  2. Time management skills
  3. An ability to develop and maintain relationships with clients, colleagues, and supervisors.             

Type: Part-time
Pay: $22.00 to $26.00 per HOUR
Expires: 12/31/2023

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Creating a Positive Environment, Inc.

CAPE is a premier ABA agency led by Ana Base, M.S., BCBA, a seasoned clinical director, a proud military veteran (Army) and her husband, Tom Base, MBA, also a veteran (USMC). Ana is the mother of a 13 year old autistic son.

Our team understands the unique needs of the military family. We provide home-based services in North County San Diego (including Camp Pendleton) and in the Inland Empire (Temecula area).

We take pride in the our clinical expertise by going through our extensive on-going training program to ensure we are delivering the highest quality of services. We use state-of-the-art technology to ensure we are spending time doing what matters most: working 1:1 with your child.

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