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Advanced Behavior Consultants is currently on the lookout for these following positions:

Behavior Technician

Position Overview

The primary roles of this person will be to implement a provided program for teaching social skills, academic skills and reduce problem behaviors for military families with children with autism. The children served range in age from 3 to 18 years and range from low to high functioning. The behavior technician will also be required to monitor program effectiveness through data collection.

Essential Job Functions

  • Be prompt, attentive, professional, collaborative and effective in building a strong relationship of trust and open communication with the parents.
  • Implement provided behavior program.
  • Record data during sessions and gather data from parents.
  • Build rapport with client by playing video games, board games and basketball etc.
  • Communicate recommendations to the parent given by the behavior analyst.
  • Occasionally visit clients’ school to communicate with teachers and gather collected data.

Requirements

  • Interest in research.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
  • No experience necessary.
  • Bachelor’s degree or currently pursuing a Bachelor’s with a minimum of 3.0.
  • Available for a minimum of 6 months.

We Offer

  • $350 SIGNING BONUS for candidates from the UNT behavior analysis program.
  • Highly collaborative and supportive work environment.
  • Excellent training.
  • $15 – $20 per hour based on experience.
  • Paid at full rate during supervised hours and $11 per hour for Clinical Review Meetings.
  • Health benefits
  • This job is fun!

Behavior Analyst

Position Overview

The primary roles of this person are to deliver ABA Therapy services to clients. Behavior Analysts are expected to provide and promote a standard of service consistent with our company mission and will be evaluated on their compliance with the company policies, procedures and values.

Essential Job Functions

  • Align one’s self with the company’s mission and values.
  • Contribute to company’s reputation and growth through active participation in the community.
  • Conduct research, present research and present educational workshops to professional community as well as parent and community settings.
  • Incorporate the latest behavior analytic research into behavior support programs as relevant.
  • Be prompt, attentive, professional, collaborative and effective in building a strong relationship of trust and open communication with the parents.
  • Work with parents to schedule weekly appointments and maximize fulfilled hours.
  • Conduct assessments including (but not limited to), preference assessments, functional assessments and skills assessments.
  • Collaborate with caregivers, teachers and other service providers to develop & implement the behavior support plans.
  • Monitor program implementation and effectiveness.
  • Provide caregivers, teachers and other service providers ongoing training in the implementation of behavior support plans.
  • Build rapport with administrative staff at institutions attended by clients (e.g. schools and daycares).
  • Contribute to the development of IEPs with the school district team of professionals.
  • Present graphed data and discuss progress/concerns at clinical review meetings.
  • Receive feedback from supervised sessions no less than on a quarterly basis.
  • Participate in further development of the company’s processes.

Requirements (to be adjusted based on the candidates level of experience upon hire)

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel.
  • Board certification.
  • A GPA of 3.75 or above.
  • Three letters of recommendation: at least one from a professor and at least one from a parent of a child with special needs. Or, contact information for three references (if letters are not available).

We Offer

  • Highly collaborative and supportive work environment
  • Substantial emphasis on Professional Development
  • Opportunities for advancement
  • Competitive hourly rate
  • Stipend for health insurance and cell phone
  • Continuing education reimbursement
  • Laptop and therapy materials provided
  • Retirement benefits

Performance Management Specialist

Position Overview

The primary role of this position will be to gather and summarize performance data at the organizational, process and performer levels. Secondarily, the performance management specialist will assist in performance-related projects such as process mapping and analysis. Training and support are provided for all expected duties.

Requirements

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
  • No experience necessary.
  • Pursuing a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
  • A recommendation from a professor in the I/O Psych. program.
  • A minimum of a 3.5 GPA from graduate level courses.
  • Available for a minimum of 12 months (good-faith commitment, no contract).
  • Available 2-4 hour per week.

We Offer

  • Highly collaborative and supportive work environment.
  • Excellent training.
  • $11-$15 per hour.
  • Hands-on, resume-building experience.

To Apply
Email resume and unofficial transcript to Curtis Harris at:
c.harris@advancedbehaviorconsultants.com

Social Group Volunteer

Position Overview

If you are interested in becoming a behavior technician but don’t meet the requirements yet or you want to build your resume by mentoring youths, this position is for you. Volunteers will assist the behavior analysts and behavior technicians by keeping social group participants engaged in the provided activities. Additionally, volunteers will gain experience in implementing behavioral programs and data collection.

Requirements

  • No experience necessary.
  • Pursuing a high bachelor’s degree.
  • If no experience, a recommendation from a college professor.
  • A minimum of a 2.75 GPA.
  • Available for a minimum of 6 months (good-faith commitment, no contract).
  • Available Friday, 5:30 – 7:00 am and Saturday, 10:00 – 11:30 am.

We Offer

  • Highly collaborative and supportive work environment.
  • Excellent training.
  • Hands-on, resume-building experience.

To Apply
Email resume and unofficial transcript to Curtis Harris at:
c.harris@advancedbehaviorconsultants.com

Here are some of the many advantages we can provide you with:

  • Excellent training & BACB supervision
  • Positive, dynamic work environment
  • Caseload variety: 2- 23 years old
  • Research opportunities
  • OBM projects available
  • Opportunities to train undergrad behavior technicians
  • Excellent benefits (medical, dental, term life)

Be part of our growing family here at Advanced Behavior Consultants. If interested, kindly submit your qualifications together with the filled out form below.