The Autism Technician/Registered Behavior Technician functions primarily as a direct instructor of autism specific individualized interventions utilizing the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) for Spanish speaking clients and families. Technician will provide services to individuals enrolled in the Autism Clinical Services. Autism Technician/Registered Behavior Technician will be supervised by licensed Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).
Essential Job Functions:
- Responsible for implementation of skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs utilizing ABA principles, as designed by the BCBA.
- Interpretation if needed
- Implements programming in one on one or group settings.
- Collects and records data to track client behavior throughout intervention sessions, according to the guidelines provided by their clinical supervisor.
- Completes required paperwork including, but not limited to, daily clinical notes and behavior tracking sheets.
- Submits required paperwork in a timely manner.
- Organizes and creates instructional materials.
- Participates in training related to applied behavior analysis and autism, in order to ensure delivery of the highest quality of care to each individual served.
- Attends supervision meetings with case supervisor, on a monthly (at minimum) or as-needed basis.
- Works collaboratively and demonstrates a professional attitude with clinical team members including; Supervisor, other Autism Technicians/Registered Behavior Technicians, parents and other professionals to ensure continuity and quality of care for the individual.
- Applicants must be 18 years or older.
- You must be bilingual Spanish speaking
- High School diploma or national equivalent from an appropriately accredited institution is required; college degree is preferred.
- Preferred experience in Education, Child Development, Psychology or Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Registered Behavior Technician certification is not required and the appropriate training necessary to obtain this certification will be provided at the start of employment. Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification must be obtained within 180 days of employment and maintained throughout employment with ESUCP.
- Proven experience working with individuals with autism and their families.
- Strong organization and time management skills.
- Ability to work with staff, participants and the public in a professional and concerned manner.
- Must possess unrestricted, state appropriate driver’s license and current vehicle insurance.