Fred Finch CARES is looking for passionate professionals to join our growing treatment team as Behavior Technicians/Registered Behavior Technicians in San Diego, Riverside, Orange, and Imperial counties. Fred Finch CARES provides comprehensive, innovative, effective services supporting children, youth, young adults, and families living with autism, neurodevelopmental disorders, mental health concerns, and histories of significant trauma and loss. Utilizing research-based interventions and best practices, our programs are individualized to meet the specific needs of each child, youth, and family. Our staff is compassionate, committed, and innovative in our solutions. At CARES, our values are not just what we say, but what we do. You can see it in every program. All the services we develop respond to the needs of our local communities. At CARES we value diversity and inclusion and are committed to having a robust workforce which is representative of the cultural and linguistic needs of those we serve. We offer flexible schedules and prioritize self-care and work life balance. Bilingual Preferred - 6% additional pay adjustment with verified bilingual skill! Our benefits Include: · Flexible morning, afternoon, and evening shifts · Cost Free RBT training · Bilingual Stipends · Qualify for the Federal Loan Forgiveness Program · Fred Finch Degree Assistance Programs ($10,000 scholarships) · Employee Assistance Program · Scheduling Department · Full-service IT - all staff receive am iPad and cellphone · Supervision toward licensure or certification · Professional growth and ongoing training/mentorship opportunities · Corporate discounts- Cellphone, gym memberships, etc.
Behavior Technicians are responsible for: · Delivering high quality in-person Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services in home, community, and school settings · Attending regular staff training and staff development programs · Meeting regularly with Supervisor/s · Maintain accurate data collection What CARES is looking for: · High School Diploma/GED · Experience working with children and families · Motivation to continue learning and growing in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). · High ethical standards · Promote positive morale and team cohesion · Strong organizational skills, detail oriented, able to maintain records, and work independently · Communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing, with co-workers, supervisors, and youths · CA driver's license (or ability to obtain one) and reliable transportation