About the Role
Study patient behavior and apply ABA principles
Respond appropriately to different situations common among children with Autism and others with behavioral and developmental challenges
Utilize key communication skills to provide effective feedback to student and parents
Effectively communicate positive feedback to students and parents
Be able to recognize and respond to critical improvements in the child's behaviors.
Become familiar with and use behavioral redirection techniques
Know how to respond to negative behaviors appropriately
Provide written documentation on each student.
Preferred Master's degree in ABA, psychology, education, or related field of study
Preferred Registered Behavior Technician certificate from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
0-5 years of experience required for entry-level positions
Strong communication skills required
Ability to work under high-stress situations
Exhibits significant reliable habits, including timeliness and organizational skills
Proven experience working with pre-school and elementary school-aged children
Additional evidence of successful work with patients suffering from Autism and development issue
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