Sign on Bonus for Behavior Technicians!
Looking for an opportunity that will make a difference in the lives of others? Eager to join an organization with an exciting work culture?
IDS is the perfect fit for you!
Are you interested in pursuing a career working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders? Come join our team as a Behavior Technician and start your career! Get training and supervision towards your Masters Degree while you are working!
IDS offers career advancement for Behavior Technicians that are on the path to a relevant Master s Degree. We provide pay differentials at various levels: those who are just starting in the field or those who are already a Registered Behavior Technician; for varying educational levels including high school, bachelor s, and master s; and finally a salary for BCBA's.
The Behavior Technician position involves implementing behavior support plans as directed by a BCBA. This includes one-on-one behavioral interventions and skill development activities. Services are provided to individuals with ages ranging from 2 through adulthood in the family's home, our therapeutic center, and/or community-based settings. Behavior technicians receive 40 hours of required ABA training, provided by IDS, before beginning casework.
This position will be providing in-home, clinic, and community based services in the Madison area and all over the state of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Green Bay, Eau Claire and New Richmond areas.)
IDS provides ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy to children and young adults across the state. These services include programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. We work as compassionate partners with clients, families, teachers, case managers, and other therapeutic professionals.
High school diploma required.
Must be 18 years or older.
Available to work at least 15 hours/week
Able to pass criminal and caregiver background check
Bachelor's degree, preferably in psychology, education, social work, or a related field, preferred.
Relevant experience working with children, especially those with developmental disabilities, preferred.
Implement individuals' Behavior Support Plan daily, maintaining knowledge of current status of client s goals and recommendations, and recording daily data towards goals progression
Review data with Lead Clinician to ensure services provided are correct and recording data is accurate
Responsible for maintaining an accurate record of services delivered and time worked; creating and maintaining rapport with clients and families; and helping model current behavior strategies and interventions
Compensation based on level of education and ABA experience
Paid training in ABA
Work alongside nationally known BCBAs
Career advancement and opportunities for Master s level supervision
Sign On Bonus after 90 days of employment
Hours and Expectations:
Part time positions
Behavior Technicians typically work 16-25 hours per week, with room to grow to 31+ hours as available
Job Type: Part-time