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Job Locations US-VA-Newport News
- 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
2020-11244
Job Locations US-VA-Chesapeake
- 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
2020-11243
Job Locations US-VA-Chesapeake
- 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
2020-11242
Job Locations US-CA-Visalia
- 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
2020-11241
Job Locations US-CA-Tulare
- 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
2020-11240
Job Locations US-CA-Merced
- 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
2020-11239
Job Locations US-CA-Santa Maria
- 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
2020-11238
Job Locations US-CA-Madera
- 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
2020-11237
Job Locations US-MI-Grand Rapids
- 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
2020-11236
Job Locations US-CA-Fresno
- 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
2020-11235
Job Locations US-CA-Clovis | US-CA-Clovis
- 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
2020-11234
Job Locations US-CA-Bakersfield
- 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
2020-11233
Job Locations US-CA-Bakersfield
- 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
2020-11232
Job Locations US-CA-Bakersfield
- 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
2020-11231
Job Locations US-CA-Atascadero
- 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
2020-11230
Job Locations US-CA-Fresno
The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with teens and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers.  Acquire valuable career skills, such as: - Understand  autism  and how to  treat the deficits and behaviors associated with the diagnosis; - Learn applied behavior analysis (ABA)  principles and procedures; - Implement treatment plans across multiple domains, including language, social, cognitive, executive functions, adaptive, and independent living, as well as pre-employment and vocational skills; - How to reduce problem behavior; - How to  implement ABA programs in the natural environment, such as the home, school, place of employment, and community; and - Work with apps, games, and web-based technology via an iPad
Category
Behavior Technician
ID
2020-11229
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
- 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
2020-11228
Job Locations US-VA-Woodbridge
- 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
2020-11227
Job Locations US-VA-Woodbridge
- 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
2020-11226
Job Locations US-VA-Sterling
- 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
2020-11225
Job Locations US-VA-Sterling
- 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
2020-11224
Job Locations US-VA-Stafford
- 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
2020-11223
Job Locations US-VA-Reston
- 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
2020-11222
Job Locations US-VA-Manassas
- 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
2020-11221
Job Locations US-VA-Fairfax
- 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
2020-11220
Job Locations US-VA-Ashburn
- 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
2020-11219
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
- 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
2020-11218
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
- 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
2020-11217
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
- 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
2020-11216
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
- 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
2020-11215
Job Locations US-AZ-San Tan Valley
- Implement and represent CARD policy enthusiastically - Oversee administrative staff and daily office operations of their satellite office - Track data and prepare management reports (reports include but are not limited to: potential client list, contract fulfillment, billable percentages, timesheets, turnover, applicant tracking, P&L) - Prepare and maintain employee and client rosters and files - Responsible for the scheduling of all local clients and staff - Ensure accurate and on-time submittals of client and employee timesheets of their local office - Act as liaison between CARD satellite office and Corporate Headquarters - Assist with Payroll, Billing and Human Resources functions - Manage office supplies budget and purchase orders of their local office - Implement procedures to improve office performance (i.e. minimize session cancellations, minimize staff turnover) - Maintain client and employee privacy in accordance with CARD policy and HIPAA regulations - Attend/lead required trainings and meetings - Hold quarterly coaching sessions and annual performance reviews with direct reports (Administrative Staff) - Responsible for achieving performance goals including but not limited to 95% contract fulfillment and minimum billable requirements - Provide marketing support for the office, and meet minimum monthly growth requirements - Implement procedures which assist their local office in maximizing minimum billable requirements Must keep abreast of changing organizational needs as it relates to business systems, legal practices, HIPAA compliance, and technology - Meet monthly with assigned Senior Operations Manager to receive supplemental trainings and to review monthly goals that are in line with the quarterly goals set by the Manager of Satellite Operation
Category
Management
ID
2020-11035
Job Locations US-AZ-Tucson
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10991
Job Locations US-AZ-Tempe
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10990
Job Locations US-AZ-Scottsdale
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10989
Job Locations US-AZ-Phoenix
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10988
Job Locations US-AZ-Goodyear
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10987
Job Locations US-AZ-Gilbert
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10985
Job Locations US-AZ-Gilbert
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10983
Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10980
Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10979
Job Locations US-LA-Youngsville
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10977
Job Locations US-LA-Prairieville
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10973
Job Locations US-LA-New Orleans
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10971
Job Locations US-LA-New Orleans
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10970
Job Locations US-LA-Mandeville
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10967
Job Locations US-LA-Lafayette
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10966
Job Locations US-LA-Hammond
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10964
Job Locations US-LA-Gonzales
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10962
Job Locations US-LA-Denham Springs
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10960
Job Locations US-LA-Baton Rouge
- Adhere to CARD policies and procedures - Represent CARD professionally and ethically to internal and external stakeholders - Provide top-quality one on one therapy in the CARD clinic, in the patient’s home, in the patient’s school and during patient meetings under the direction of the Behavior Analyst - Set and meet performance goals for case quality, clinic quality, and billable time   - Complete introductory and on-going trainings to include initial Behavior Technician training, ongoing clinical staff trainings, and ongoing field training - Maintain accurate and timely records - Report to behavior analyst on patient progress and implement feedback during each therapy session - Participate in regular meetings including staff meetings and mentor meetings - Complete necessary steps to maintain RBT Credential - Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times, across all settings - Minimize cancellations - Maintain billable requirements CARD Behavior Technicians Must: - Be able to work with children who are seated on the floor, in small chairs, or other home, school, 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 child, 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 motor skills, such as climbing, jumping, clapping, skipping, etc. - 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
2020-10959