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Lead Behavior Technician - $1000 Sign-on Bonus!

Company: TrulyHired
Location: Coventry
Posted on: November 22, 2021

Job Description:

Lead Behavior Technician - Pathways Strategic Teaching Center$20.50/hour$1000 Sign-on BonusFull-TimeBenefits:Competitive Compensation4 Weeks Paid School Vacation in April, July, August & December3 Additional Weeks of Paid Time Off (PTO)12 Paid HolidaysHealth, Dental & Vision - Eligible after 1 full month of employmentHealth Reimbursement Account (HRA)Employer Paid Life Insurance/ Voluntary Life InsuranceVoluntary Long-term Disability InsuranceFlexible Spending Account403(b) Retirement Savings PlanPaid Training OpportunitiesRBT TrainingApproved Practicum Site for Salve Regina UniversityTuition ReimbursementEmployee DiscountsPremier non-profit is seeking a Lead Behavior Technician for one of its vastly growing programs. Pathways Strategic Teaching Center is a year- round comprehensive education and treatment program, servicing children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other related disorders. Founded in 1988 through a collaborative effort between the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center and local parents of children with autism, Pathways is committed to utilizing scientifically validated teaching methodologies in improving the lives of individuals with ASD and their families. Pathways education and treatment strategies are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Individually tailored curricula address speech and language, pre-academic and academic skills, daily living and self-care skills, play and social skills, vocational skills, and assessment and treatment of challenging behavior.As a Lead Behavior Technician, you be will responsible for:Supporting children 1:1 with autism & related disordersImplementing instructional strategies and treatment plans utilizing the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)Managing a broad range of needs presented by children with autismImplementing all aspects of child's educational program, including self-care and toiletingCollecting and managing data within individual child measurement systemsAssisting with preparation/implementation of student IEPs and behavioral measurement systemsCoordinating classroom activities when Supervisory Educator is absentAssisting in the preparation/facilitation of student group activitiesCreating/organizing classroom schedule and daily student lesson plans/materialsMonitoring bus/student morning arrival and afternoon departure dailyParticipating in interview process for the Behavior Technician position, as requestedAssisting in the training of newly hired Behavior TechniciansPerforming other duties and job assignments as directedEducation/ Requirements:Bachelor's degree requiredBachelor's degree in education or special education or a related field preferredThree years of experience working with children in a special education classroom or setting preferredMust be amenable to instruction, able to follow specific directions of supervisor(s), and be receptive to feedbackMust be capable and ready to assume leadership duties during working hoursGood interpersonal skills are essentialMust have basic computer knowledgeMust have a valid driver's license, automobile insurance, and own the vehicle to be used, as directed, to provide transportationOur mission is to promote an enhanced quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities. If you envision a career that makes a difference, join our team today!

  • Position Type:Full-time
  • Positions Available:1
  • Salary:$20.50 to $20.20 Per HourJob Categories :Classroom Teacher > Alternative Learning EnvironmentSpecial Education > Alternative Learning EnvironmentSpecial Education > AutismSpecial Education > Behavior Specialist / EBDSpecial Education > General Special EducationSpecial Education > Learning DisabledSpecial Education > Mentally DisabledSpecial Education > Mild/Moderate DisabilitiesSpecial Education > Multiple DisabilitiesSpecial Education > Severe/Profound DisabilitiesEmployer DescriptionA Warwick landmark for over 50 years, the Trudeau Center was borne out of the necessity & belief that people with disabilities should be allowed full citizenship within their own communities. Arthur & Evelyn Trudeau along with a legion of supporters tirelessly sought to create services such as special education, recreation, and vocational training. Today, Trudeau is the area's leading provider of services promoting an enhanced quality of life for both children & adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our comprehensive programs include: Early Intervention, Pathways Strategic Teaching Center, Home Based Children's Services, Community Support Services, Day & Community Activities, Employment Concepts, Residential Services, Self-Directed Services, and Shared Living. If you envision a career that makes a difference, join the Trudeau team today! The life you change may be your own... Learn more about us...Location DescriptionPathways Strategic Teaching Center is a year round comprehensive education and treatment program servicing children with autism and other related disorders. Founded in 1998 through a collaborative effort between the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center and local parents of children with autism, Pathways is committed to utilizing scientifically validated teaching strategies in improving the lives of children with autism and other related developmental disorders and their families. Pathways education and treatment strategies are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Individually tailored curricula address speech and language, pre-academic and academic skills, daily living and self-care skills, play and social skills, and assessment and treatment of challenging behavior. A one-to one ratio of behavior technicians trained in Applied Behavior Analysis is typically utilized, although small and large group instruction may be used with students who achieve the skills to learn in such settings. A comprehension system of student evaluation allows for daily refinement of students programs. Behavior Analyst's train, supervise and collaborate with Special Education Teacher's, Behavior Technician's, Related Service Professionals and community based treatment staff in implementation of behavior analytic teaching methodologies. Individual student curriculum and programs are designed to treat problem behavior and teach socially appropriate skills. Relevant measurement systems are used ongoing to assess student progress. Pathway's provides opportunity to conduct research projects and works closely with local University's and College's. Parent trainings are provided as well as consultation services to public school districts throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Learn more about us...Equal Opportunity EmployerJ. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.Job Requirements
    • At least 3 yearsof relevant experience preferred
    • Bachelor degree preferred
    • Citizenship, residency or work visa requiredContact Information
      • Tracy Kataisto , HR Representative
      • 3445 Post Road
      • Warwick,Rhode Island 02886
        • Phone: (401) 739-2700
        • Email: click here

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