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Estimated Pay $11 per hour
Hours Part-time
Location Philadelphia, Tennessee

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Proud Moments ABA is a national behavioral health organization, providing the gold standard of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for children on the autism spectrum from birth to age 21.   We are looking for Behavior Technicians (BT's) to join our growing team.  Our BT's are an essential part of the treatment team- providing 1-1 specialized treatment in partnership with our Board Certified Behavior Analysts to our clients in a home-based setting.  If you are looking for a career that allows you to provide life changing treatment to children this could be the role for you - if you have the passion we have the training!


What Proud Moments can offer you:

  • Flexible part-time/evening/afternoon hours + potential for guaranteed hours
  • Paid training and support to feel confident in your ability to execute treatment plans
  • Fun, challenging, fulfilling, team-oriented, work environment 
  • The ability to positively impact the lives of families and their children on the autism spectrum
  • Competitive compensation
  • Career growth
  • Medical, dental, vision, 401k (for full time employees)

What you will bring to the role:

  • A passion and love for working with children
  • Ability to work in an everchanging, fast paced environment
  • Have a strong, reliable work ethic (your clients depend on you)
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
  • Strong communication skills and ability to interact with children and parents
  • Fun, creative, and innovative ideas to engage your client 
  • Implement behavioral plans designed by Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
  • Collect data to monitor the progress and effectiveness of the individualized treatment plan and report progress
  • Support BCBA with training families on implementing individualized treatment plans
  • Be responsive to the needs and requests of clients, their families, and supervisors
  • Maintain clear lines of communication with families, supervisors, and other applicable parties
  • Any other tasks outlined by BCBA/LBA
  • Access to reliable transportation
  • Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
  • Experience working with children with ASD, preferred but not required
  • Demonstrated ability to work with confidential information
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple high-priority tasks while working in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong communication, problem-solving and organizational skills