Do you want to work for an ABA agency that puts ethics and clients outcomes above profits? An agency led by an extraordinary BCBA owner passionately committed to every single client? One who is equally committed to both BCBAs and RBTs?
ABA Support Services
ABA Support Services is a team of specialists providing research based interventions and resources for individuals and professionals who require support and training with behavioral management and skill development. We improve the quality of life for our clients, families, and professional communities.
ABA Support Services, LLC
MAKING CONNECTIONS TODAY FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
ABA Support Services is seeking new employees that have the same passion, drive, and commitment to helping our clients reach their full potential. They are looking for employees that can contribute ideas, experience, and passion to the operations of managed care and business. They value their employees in that they recognize that they
are the reason behind a companies’ success. If you feel that you fit the companies vision and core values, we would love to receive an application and discuss future employment further.
Hiring BCBAs (Board Certified Behavior Analysts) & BHT/RBTs
ABA Business Growth has been hired on a retained basis to locate a few highly ethical and outcomes-driven BCBAs and RBTs to serve the needs of their clients in the Bethlehem / Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania area.
Easton, PA; Nazareth, PA; Bethlehem, PA; Allentown, PA; Reading, PA; Lehigh Valley, PA; Philadelphia, PA
Multiple positions, APPLY TODAY!!!
BCBA JOB DESCRIPTION
In accordance with the needs of the ages and of the population served by ABA Support Services LLC, the Behavior Analyst I will organize and maintain data collection and statistical analysis systems for programs; conduct behavioral assessments and program implementation; direct clinical activities and staff/parent training; act as the Behavior Analyst on your assigned cases.
Critical features of this position are described under the headings below but can be subject to change at the discretion of ABA Support Services, and the Management Team. The job description reflects the designation of essential job functions but does not provide an all-inclusive list of duties that may be assigned.
RBT JOB DESCRIPTION
Critical features of this position are described under the headings below, but can be subject to change at the discretion of ABA Support Services, and the Management Team. The job description reflects the designation of essential job functions but does not provide an all-inclusive list of duties that may be assigned.
TOP 5 REASONS WHY ABA SUPPORT SERVICES IS DIFFERENT
- The owner walks the walk. She is an exceptional BCBA with the skill to take on the most challenging cases – cases that others reject.
- This organization has heart. The owner drives over 90-minutes to help clients who would otherwise not receive services.
- They care deeply about professional development. They fly in world-class ABA leaders to provide clinicians opportunities to learn from the best.
- Once hired, BCAs want to stay with the company. Their retention rate of BCBAs exceeds 80%. The industry average is less than 50%.
- They are an independent ABA agency. It’s the perfect size – small enough to care about meeting the needs of their employees, yet rapidly growing due to their reputation as one of the best ABA service providers in the state of PA.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A REGISTERED BEHAVIOR TECHNICIAN?
Are you considering getting an entry-level job as an RBT?
Want to know more about what this job entails?
Let’s take a look at the 3 primary tasks expected of RBTs:
Instruction is the individualized teaching you provide to your special needs students (i.e., often autistic students). You’ll focus on addressing the core deficits of autism spectrum disorders with a treatment plan and instructions provided by a BCBA (clinical supervisor). These can include:
- Language Skills (listening, speaking, communication)
- Skills (sharing, following directions, respecting others, using manners)
- Play Skills (problem-solving, creativity, social play)
You’ll work with your BCBA (clinical supervisor) to develop a treatment plan. And you’ll review the plan together on a regular basis. The BCBA will also train and support you on other skills you need in your role.
2. Behavior Management
Special needs students often engage in undesirable challenging behaviors. Socially unacceptable or unsafe behaviors are the primary concern with behavior management. As an RBT you might experience some common repetitive behaviors often seen in Autistic individuals such as scripting and stimming.
You’ll work closely with a BCBA to focus on any challenging behaviors. You’ll learn a lot from your BCBA and get lots of hands-on training on how to deal with challenging behaviors.
Additionally, special needs students can engage in unsafe behavior when they are frustrated. In some cases, if they find their programming or “work” too difficult they may attempt to run away, hurt themselves or others, or be unsafe.
You’ll have many opportunities to learn about behavior intervention plans. And see how these plans focus on reducing socially unacceptable challenging behaviors. While working to decrease challenging behaviors, you will also replace these behaviors with appropriate communication skills. Replace undesirable behaviors with smiles, laughter, talking, and loads of fun with your students in play and fun activities.
Do you want to help children find their smiles?
3. Data Collection
As the RBT you’ll learn how to collect data and be expected to take data daily on all the skills in the treatment plan.
These can include challenging behaviors, play skills, communication, and self-help skills. And you’ll track skills using a system of data collection so that the BCBA can make data-based decisions on the child’s programming (example: datasheets, tech-based platforms, charts, graphing, etc.)
This Role Is Right For You If You…
- … love working with people (children, families, teams)
- … love to learn
- … want the opportunity to enter a field that has endless growth opportunities
- … are fascinated by social sciences, psychology, and education
- … hate doing the same thing every day – because every day is different here
- … like flexible scheduling to work around your routine (part-time, full-time, etc.)
A day in the life of an RBT/ BHT at ABA Support Services
If you were working with us today, you’ll have started with greeting your client at the door with smiles and toys.
You’d have worked on a goal you’ve been working on for a long time with the child and the child finally got it! You’ll experience the joy of achieving the goal and celebrate with the child.
You told your supervisor about the success and there’s another mini celebration.
And you spoke to the parents in the waiting room and mom broke down into tears of joy hearing about her child’s new accomplishment that used to seem impossible.
All smiles and happiness!
After your lunch break, you see your next client. Although this case is more challenging for you, the BCBA (clinical supervisor) was right there with you to teach you a new strategy. And this helped you and your student to move one step closer to reaching their goal.
A supportive environment that nurtures the needs of the clients and the staff.
So now you understand what this job will entail, are you ready to take the next step on your journey towards working for an ethical agency?
Join our team, become part of a supportive family. Find your smile and help clients and team members find theirs!
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