The Residential Behavior Technician implements behavior-analytic services to the people supported under the close supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) as well as providing direct support services to the people supported in the program.
Develop and implement community based/in-house programming in accordance with program participants needs, preferences, and desires as per their Life Plan.
Act as the liaison for the Behavior Specialist assigned to the program.
Under the supervision of a qualified Behavior Specialist (i.e. BCBA) assist with the completion of functional behavioral assessments and the development of person-centered behavioral support plans in assigned programs.
Assist the Behavior Specialist with summarizing behavioral data, training employees in the areas of applied behavior analysis, and implementation of The Arc Westchester’s strategic initiatives as they relate to behavioral services.
Provide all services in accordance with relevant regulations.
Requires a High School Diploma/GED and a valid NYS driver’s license. One (1) year experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities is preferred but not required.
Documentation of certification as a Registered Behavior Technician through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board is required within 90-days from date of hire.
Basic knowledge of applied behavior analysis and basic computer skills including Word and Excel.
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