Are you interested in supporting children with autism to reach their fullest potential? Then this is the position for you!

At BAYADA Home Care, our clients come first and our employees are our greatest asset. We are looking for dedicated employees who have their Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential or are interested in pursuing their Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential. The RBT credential is a professional credential offered through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). The RBT credential is required for individuals providing services on any Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) or insurance-based contracts in Hawaii. This position includes working 1:1 in the home and community with children and young adults diagnosed with Autism. BAYADA will pay for your training as well as provide extensive supervision.
 
If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of others, contact Lauren Goo using the methods below.
(808)486-1804 (Call)
(808)342-0887 (Text)

We have current Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) openings in the following locations:
  • Oahu, HI
  • center, home, and community-based
Flexible Scheduling:
  • Part time positions available
  • Shifts available Monday through Friday and weekends
  • Most shifts are early mornings, afternoons, and weekends
  • Work in your neighborhood or commute for more hours
BAYADA Offers Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs):
  • Health Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Scholarships
  • Employee Appreciation Events
  • Weekly Pay Schedule
Qualifications for Registered Behavior Technician (RBT):
  • One year experience working with children with developmental/ intellectual disabilities preferred
Responsibilities for Registered Behavior Technician (RBT):
  • Work directly with clients and follow the established treatment plan/behavior support plan for implementing skill acquisition and behavior reduction procedures.
  • Establish and maintain effective, supportive, and therapeutic relationships with clients & families. Respect the values, thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes of clients and families.
  • Implement behavior therapy techniques as instructed by the Behavioral Services Manager and Behavior Specialist.
  • Document interventions and progress towards goals accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Collect behavior data as specified in client behavior support plan.
  • Review data and progress reports with Behavioral Services Manager and Behavior Specialist in order to strategize program improvements.
  • As applicable to the treatment plan, provide habilitation, training, instruction, and assistance to help the client acquire and maintain skills and to help meet identified goals.
  • As applicable, provide transportation related to the implementation of activities as directed by the treatment plan.
  • Provide training and/or support to the client in interpersonal skills, the development and maintenance of personal relationships, and in living in his/her community.
  • Monitor health status and physical condition and reports any changes in the client's condition or other incidents to the office.
BAYADA recognizes and rewards our RBTs who set and maintain the highest standards of excellence. Join our caring team today!

Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, BAYADA employs more than 23,000 field and office professionals who serve their communities in over 20 states from more than 300 offices. BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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