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Job Locations US-HI-Wailuku
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11350
Job Locations US-TX-Carrizo Springs
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11349
Job Locations US-IL-Oak Park
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11348
Job Locations US-NM-Albuquerque
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11347
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11346
Job Locations US-IL-Oak Lawn
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11345
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11344
Job Locations US-NM-Las Cruces
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11343
Job Locations US-WA-Spokane
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11342
Job Locations US-TX-Laredo
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11341
Job Locations US-NV-Reno
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11340
Job Locations US-IL-Naperville
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11339
Job Locations US-NE-Omaha
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11338
Job Locations US-FL-North Miami
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11337
Job Locations US-TX-Katy
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11336
Job Locations US-IL-Hoffman Estates
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11335
Job Locations US-CT-Bridgeport
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11334
Job Locations US-TX-El Paso
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11333
Job Locations US-CA-Modesto
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11332
Job Locations US-IL-Crystal Lake
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11331
Job Locations US-CT-Windsor
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11330
Job Locations US-CA-Stockton
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11329
Job Locations US-WA-Moses Lake
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11328
Job Locations US-WA-Kennewick
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11327
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11326
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11325
Job Locations US-WI-Hudson
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11324
Job Locations US-HI-Honolulu
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11323
Job Locations US-FL-West Palm Beach
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11322
Job Locations US-MO-Kansas City
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11321
Job Locations US-MI-Holland
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11320
Job Locations US-TX-Plano
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11319
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11318
Job Locations US-IL-Aurora
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11317
Job Locations US-CA-Salinas
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11316
Job Locations US-CA-Brentwood
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11315
Job Locations US-CA-Antioch
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11314
Job Locations US-CA-Richmond
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11313
Job Locations US-CA-San Mateo
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11312
Job Locations US-CA-Cupertino
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11311
Job Locations US-CA-Santa Clara
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11310
Job Locations US-CA-San Jose
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11309
Job Locations US-CA-Fremont
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11308
Job Locations US-CA-Fremont
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11307
Job Locations US-CA-San Leandro
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11306
Job Locations US-CA-Walnut Creek
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11305
Job Locations US-CA-San Ramon
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11304
Job Locations US-CA-Pleasanton
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11303
Job Locations US-CA-Hayward
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11302
Job Locations US-MD-Annapolis
- The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with children, teens, and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Complete the CARD Training Program successfully by completing all coursework and passing all examinations - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including monthly staff training - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements   - CARD Behavior Technicians Must:  - Be able to work with patients who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, community and clinic environments - Move frequently throughout the therapeutic setting to gather materials, anticipate and respond to the movement of a patient, and/or provide instruction in a variety of settings, such as school, playground, clinic, or community locations - Constantly position oneself to participate and respond to the movements and behaviors of patients, including but not limited to bending to assist a patient, kneeling/crouching to teach a play skill, hurrying to block an open doorway, or reaching to prevent a patient from entering a traffic congested street - Be able to utilize continuous visual tracking in order to monitor the movement of patients, as well as the items and circumstances in the surrounding environment - Occasionally move to evade aggressive behaviors and/or physically block attempts to aggress towards others. Responding to behaviors may occasionally require bearing weight of a patient who is leaning, pushing, etc. - Frequently teach patients to use vocal speech. Must be able to articulate sound and model speaking clearly, as well as listen to and shape vocal communication of patients  - Occasionally use modeling to teach gross motor skills, such as climbing or jumping, and fine motor skills such as clapping or opening a container - Work in both indoor and outdoor settings as they relate to the patient’s natural environment, which may include being outdoors in a variety of weather conditions (e.g., community skills, recess in a school setting, etc.) - Be able to lift up to 30 lbs. while assisting patients - Be able to utilize assigned iPad for iMessage communication, email correspondence, viewing online eLearning modules, use of the SKILLS Logbook application during each therapy session, and any other iPad applications that may be needed for a patient’s program - SKILLS Logbook application includes: reviewing written instructions and supervisor updates for each patient’s program, reviewing and interpreting previous data, reading and responding to correspondence notes, and collecting trial by trial and narrative data while working with each patient - Be able to pass Initial Therapist Training including: completion of online eLearning modules and quizzes, participation in hands on role play sessions with trainer, completion of field training with patients, passing a comprehensive written exam and passing a field evaluation prior to working independently with patients  
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11301