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Registered Behavior Technician

Posted:March 21, 2024 (posted 35 days ago)View All Jobs
Location:Springfield, MO (Greene County)
Company:The Arc of the Ozarks
1501 E Pythian
Springfield , MO 65802

The Arc of the Ozarks, is seeking a skilled and passionate Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) to join our ABA team. The work location will be in the Branson area primarily supporting our clientele and travel on occasion to the Springfield office location. The position will be part-time, approximately 20+ hours per week, and will be required to work nights and/or weekends. Travel will be required to complete the orientation and trainings for the department. The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) is responsible for the direct implementation of behavior support plans, skill-acquisition programming, and other behavioral interventions for consumers served by Rivendale and the ABA Services program. The RBT will collect observational, A-B-C, and daily data under the direct supervision of one or more Board Certified Behavior Analyst(s) (BCBA) and in collaboration with the RBT Supervisor (if not a BCBA but approved by the BACB) applicable Director(s). The RBT will assist with intervention and implementation of therapeutic programming and assessments, such as functional analyses and/or functional behavior assessments. In addition, the RBT will model interventions outlined within behavior support plans and provide feedback to other implementers/caregivers/parents under the supervision of the BCBA, RBT Supervisor, or applicable Director. The RBT is responsible for maintaining accurate data collection for consumers, including documentation of skills, and for retaining precise records for billing purposes. The implementation of programming with consumers occurs in a variety of settings such as site based, community, or in-home. The RBT is a paraprofessional non-exempt, hourly position. The RBT must have excellent reasoning, analytical and communication skills. Attention to detail, patience and perseverance are important characteristics.

Minimum required: High School Diploma or G.E.D., and one year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or psychiatric disorders. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field preferred. Candidate has successfully completed a 40-hour training program with a BCBA based on the BACB’s RBT Task List. Applicant must have passed the RBT Competency Assessment Exam administered by a BACB certificant, pass the BACB’s RBT exam, and obtain or be in process of obtaining registration as an RBT with the BACB.

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