Do you want a career that makes a difference? Do you want to change lives? You can – one child at a time. Caravel Autism Health is looking for caring, compassionate, mentor-minded people that want to teach kids to thrive. At Caravel, your work truly makes a difference!
As a Behavior Technician, you will interact with children on the autism spectrum, in their own homes. We utilize a results-oriented approach called applied behavior analysis (ABA therapy), which involves observing how our clients react to their environment and how they respond to people around them. You will engage these special kiddos in fun activities to help build their skills and social awareness and document their progress.
This position is ideal for people who are natural caregivers, individuals who have a passion or interest in preschool teaching, teaching assistant, daycare, early childhood education, and care for individuals with special needs. This is a great role for people who are looking to advance their careers in occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, behavior-based therapy, and other psychology specialties. No experience is required and we provide paid training.
We are looking for someone to work 25-27 hours within the times listed below:
Benefits offered to all employees include:
Additional benefits for qualifying employees include:
- Competitive Compensation
- Paid Training Program & Professional Development Opportunities
- Paid Travel When Applicable
We look for individuals who:
- Medical & Dental Coverage
- 401(k) available
- Display a fun and creative personality
- Possess a strong work ethic
- Must be 18 years old or older
- GED/HS diploma
- Reliable transportation and proof of auto insurance
- Able to pass a thorough criminal background check
Caravel Autism Health is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. M/F/D/V
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