|Job Type||Full Time|
|Address||2501 W 26th St|
Registered Behavior Technician-Rapid City
If you are familiar with what a Registered Behavior Tech (RBT) career is, then you are aware that there are very rewarding careers for people that have a passion to work with individuals that are affected by a behavioral disability. This position starts off as a certified individual that provides support and assistants to behavior analysts and behavior therapists. RBT's also get to work one-on-one with the individuals affected by a behavioral disability by implementing the applied behavior services that were designed by a board-certified behavior analyst. Still interested? Here are just a few of the challenging, yet very rewarding tasks RBT's do for their job:
Provide behavior therapy services:
- Establish and maintain rapport with children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
- Implements behavior interventions designed by the BCBA in clinic or home settings; Follows treatment plan goals and interventions utilizing sound judgement and seeks out appropriate consultation.
- Collects data accurately and document within the EMR and within other software programs, used by the department/organization.
- Collaborates with family and treatment team members to provide treatment effectively and without disruption to the environment or other individuals in the environment; communicates with family and other members of treatment team regarding progress.
- Collaborate and assist with planning and implementation of center-based/group programs.
- Assist BCBA and other RBT®’s with preparation of client materials for assessments, interventions, etc.
- Educate peers, co-workers, and community members about ABA and the role of ABA based interventions.
- Maintains expertise in current research/techniques affecting persons supported, and remains current on legal and ethical issues. Promotes behavior analytic theory and principles.
- Assist BCBA with training family, caregivers, and others regarding reinforcement, interventions, and any other topics related to the treatment plan and goals.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or GED equivalency is required. Must be 18 years of age or older. Current certification as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT®) as issued by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) is preferred. Two years of completed coursework in psychology, education, social work, behavioral science, human development or related fields and/or prior experience working with individuals with developmental and physical disabilities, and challenging behaviors is preferred.