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The Revenue Cycle Manager (RCM Manager) manages all functions of the organization’s revenue cycle to maximize cash collections while maintaining and improving payor and client relations.  The RCM Manager will contribute to day-to-day operations of the revenue cycle function, provide analysis and management to KPIs, create written processes, regularly assess team workflows for improvement, liaise with payors and families on billing and collections issues, and train others on the revenue cycle team. This position will oversee RCM team members and manage the team’s performance to ensure the timeliness of all payor and enrollment issues.     SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: - Oversee the activities of RCM Team, with overall responsibility for team performance and productivity, and management of workflows. - Regularly review and improve billing, collections, payor relations, and credentialing processes and workflows - Act as liaison with payors for the purpose of escalating payment issues and provider enrollments by building trusting internal and external relationships. - Monitor productivity and quality assurance of the RCM team to align targets, identify areas of opportunity, and take action to drive continuous improvement. - Collaborate with leadership concerning revenue, payers and vendors. - Ensure payor deadlines are met for payment and enrollment. - Track and analyze reports for targeted escalation of payor issues. - Work with Leadership to develop new processes to create efficiencies within the RCM department. - Prepare weekly and quarterly reports to be shared with Leadership regarding day-to-day obstacles in operations, progress, and trends within process to be reviewed and proactively changed. - Participate in Company month-end closing procedures. - Collaborates with Senior Director of RCM on interviewing, hiring, evaluations and team management up to and including promotions and termination. - Coach, motivate, develop and provide resources and tools to the team. - Sets quarterly goals for department in line with goals set by the Leadership Team. - May be asked to complete work as described in all other RCM team roles (i.e. directing billing and credentialing responsibilities)   Skills and Competencies: - 5+ years of medical billing experience. Experience within ABA or a specialty field. - Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. - Associate Degree in Accounting/Finance Management is plus, but not required. - Strong communication and presentation skills - Previous medical billing and EMR experience required. - Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, and other data collection programs specific to our industry. - Confident communication skills for fielding calls on behalf of Helping Hands Family. - Excellent written communication skills for professional emails and various reporting methods. - $55,000-$65,000 annual salary Personality:A successful Team Member will be… - Detail-oriented & highly organized - Communicative & collaborative - Committed to purposeful care - Ambition to grow with the company About Helping Hands Family: Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential. Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
RCM Manager
ID
2024-1608
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High school diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   Philrbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1607
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High school diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Trumrbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1606
Our RBT Trainer directly contributes to our mission of making autism services personal by overseeing and leading clinical trainings for team members to uphold our standards of quality. This team member will also:      SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: - Maintain a direct RBT client caseload of 16 hours per week - Establish & maintain a therapeutic relationship by pairing self as a reinforcing entity and building the value for the client of social interaction. - Prompting safe and socially acceptable replacement behaviors in order to build a repertoire of communication, social interaction, and problem-solving skills. - Fading prompts appropriately to promote both successful and independent responding. - Increasing the frequency and/or duration of safe and appropriate replacement behaviors by providing access to reinforcers (desired items/actions, attention, or removal of demands/aversive situations). - Accurately collecting data on current programming, including: A-B-C, count, frequency, duration, latency, inter-response time, event, and interval-based recording. - Following the treatment plan goals and interventions using sound judgment and seek out appropriate consultation, as needed. - Participating in conducting behavior analytic assessment of clients, with BCBA direction and supervision - Maintaining the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code of the BACB for RBTs - Maintaining client dignity and avoid dual relationships with clients and their families - Implement new hire training in Applied Behavior Analysis principles and related systems - Implement retraining to clinics or staff as deemed necessary via program evaluations or at the request of the Clinical Director(s) - Implement monthly CPR and/or Safety Care training - Support new hire staff through the RBT certification process - Provide staff support with Learning Management System(s) - Assist in building out and/or creating new trainings under the direction of the Director of Quality and Education - Provide a combination of remote and in-person trainings at the clinical sites - Work with the Director of Quality and Education to continue to evolve, improve, and enhance the Helping Hands Family training program - Ensure all trainings meet the BACB task list or requirements per the roles - All other duties assigned   Skills and Competencies: - Passion for making a difference in the lives of our clients and team members. - Valid RBT or BCaBA Certification Required. - 3+ years in the field of ABA, with 1+ years experience leading trainings. - Strong verbal and written communication skills. - Confident communication skills for interactions and trainings of Team Members. - Ability to explain technical aspects of ABA in non-technical ways to facilitate learning. - $24-26 per hour - Ability to travel within assigned area: - Expectation to be at a clinical site daily, although some remote work will be permitted Personality: A successful Team Member will be… - Detail-oriented & highly organized - Communicative & collaborative - Committed to purposeful care - Ambition to grow with the company - Supportive About Helping Hands Family: Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential.   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.  
Job Title
RBT Trainer
ID
2024-1600
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Colurbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1592
Our RBT Trainer directly contributes to our mission of making autism services personal by overseeing and leading clinical trainings for team members to uphold our standards of quality. This team member will also:      SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: - Maintain a direct RBT client caseload of 16 hours per week - Establish & maintain a therapeutic relationship by pairing self as a reinforcing entity and building the value for the client of social interaction. - Prompting safe and socially acceptable replacement behaviors in order to build a repertoire of communication, social interaction, and problem-solving skills. - Fading prompts appropriately to promote both successful and independent responding. - Increasing the frequency and/or duration of safe and appropriate replacement behaviors by providing access to reinforcers (desired items/actions, attention, or removal of demands/aversive situations). - Accurately collecting data on current programming, including: A-B-C, count, frequency, duration, latency, inter-response time, event, and interval-based recording. - Following the treatment plan goals and interventions using sound judgment and seek out appropriate consultation, as needed. - Participating in conducting behavior analytic assessment of clients, with BCBA direction and supervision - Maintaining the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code of the BACB for RBTs - Maintaining client dignity and avoid dual relationships with clients and their families - Implement new hire training in Applied Behavior Analysis principles and related systems - Implement retraining to clinics or staff as deemed necessary via program evaluations or at the request of the Clinical Director(s) - Implement monthly CPR and/or Safety Care training - Support new hire staff through the RBT certification process - Provide staff support with Learning Management System(s) - Assist in building out and/or creating new trainings under the direction of the Director of Quality and Education - Provide a combination of remote and in-person trainings at the clinical sites - Work with the Director of Quality and Education to continue to evolve, improve, and enhance the Helping Hands Family training program - Ensure all trainings meet the BACB task list or requirements per the roles - All other duties assigned   Skills and Competencies: - Passion for making a difference in the lives of our clients and team members. - Valid RBT or BCaBA Certification Required. - 3+ years in the field of ABA, with 1+ years experience leading trainings. - Strong verbal and written communication skills. - Confident communication skills for interactions and trainings of Team Members. - Ability to explain technical aspects of ABA in non-technical ways to facilitate learning. - $24-26 per hour - Ability to travel within assigned area: - Expectation to be at a clinical site daily, although some remote work will be permitted Personality: A successful Team Member will be… - Detail-oriented & highly organized - Communicative & collaborative - Committed to purposeful care - Ambition to grow with the company - Supportive About Helping Hands Family: Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential.   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.  
Job Title
RBT Trainer
ID
2024-1590
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1586
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   MechRBT
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1584
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patient - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Edibcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2024-1583
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000     *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patient - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Mccbcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2024-1581
Our Clinical Training Compliance Coordinator directly contributes to our mission of making autism services personal by supporting with the clinical trainings for team members and ensuring documentation for team members to uphold our standards of quality. This team member will also:    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: - Support new hire staff through the RBT certification process - Implement new hire training in Applied Behavior Analysis principles and related systems - Input and monitor training record details in systems determined by the Director of Quality and Education - Provide staff support with Central Reach Institute and related systems - Oversee and support with monthly CPR and/or Safety Care training and scheduling - Complete training and quality documentation audits - Provide a combination of remote and in-person trainings at the clinical sites, as needed - Work with the Director of Quality and Education to continue to evolve, improve, and enhance the Helping Hands Family training program and processes - Assist in auditing initiatives across clinical, compliance, and quality assurance measures - All other duties assigned by the Director of Quality and Education and/or the Director of Compliance   Skills and Competencies: - Passion for making a difference in the lives of our clients and team members. - Valid RBT Certification preferred. - 1+ years in the field of ABA, with 1+ years administrative experience preferred. - Strong time management and organization skills. - Strong verbal and written communication skills. - Confident communication skills for interactions and trainings with Team Members. - Ability to explain technical aspects of ABA in non-technical ways to facilitate learning - Occasional travel to clinic locations may be required Personality:A successful Team Member will be… - Detail-oriented & highly organized - Communicative & collaborative - Committed to purposeful care - Ambition to grow with the company - Supportive About Helping Hands Family: Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential.   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
Clinical Training Compliance Coordinator
ID
2024-1579
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Roxrbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1577
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Chatrbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1570
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   Wcparbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1565
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   The Clinical Director is the CEO of their clinic. Clinical Directors manage operations and team members at their location. They will support BCBAs and RBTs by answering clinical programming questions and concerns. CDs communicate with families that have high-level concerns. CDs are responsible for establishing a positive atmosphere and supportive culture to facilitate RBT retention.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities   -   Oversee the day-to-day clinic operations to ensure quality-based services. -   Clinical - - Review, supervise, and give feedback on all clinical programs, behavior intervention plans, assessments, reassessments and BCBA session notes for clinical content and appropriateness. - Provide team-member and regulatory supervision, training, and support. - Promote positive and appropriate interactions with clients and their families. - Coach and mentor BCBAs, along with RBTs, in accordance with company policies and applicable laws. - Operational - - Establish a culture of accountability and support to ensure clinic success. - Run clinical meetings and relay company information accurately. - Ensure regulatory compliance with HIPAA, OSHA, labor laws, and other federal, state, and local regulations. - Participate in the yearly budgeting process, monthly P&L reviews, meeting the budget and team utilization. -  Proactively monitor financial progress of clinic, analyze results, and adjust, if necessary, to ensure all budget goals are achieved. -  No caseload when clinic is operational with full BCBA team.       Qualifications            ✔ 5+ years of experience as a BCBA (Master’s Degree in ABA or a related field is required).   ✔ BCBA Certification required plus state license (if applicable).   ✔ Strong leadership, communication, and presentation skills.   ✔ Previous medical billing and EMR experience required.   Benefits   -  Annual bonus plan -  Medical, dental, vision benefits -  401k with match -  Short & long term disability -  PTO, paid holidays, and paid family leave -  Paid employee referral program -  Opportunities for career advancement   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Wyobcba
Job Title
Clinical Director-BCBA
ID
2024-1562
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Lanhrbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1558
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   LanRBT
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1556
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.  
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1550
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   The Clinical Director is the CEO of their clinic. Clinical Directors manage operations and team members at their location. They will support BCBAs and RBTs by answering clinical programming questions and concerns. CDs communicate with families that have high-level concerns. CDs are responsible for establishing a positive atmosphere and supportive culture to facilitate RBT retention.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities   -   Oversee the day-to-day clinic operations to ensure quality-based services. -   Clinical - - Review, supervise, and give feedback on all clinical programs, behavior intervention plans, assessments, reassessments and BCBA session notes for clinical content and appropriateness. - Provide team-member and regulatory supervision, training, and support. - Promote positive and appropriate interactions with clients and their families. - Coach and mentor BCBAs, along with RBTs, in accordance with company policies and applicable laws. - Operational - - Establish a culture of accountability and support to ensure clinic success. - Run clinical meetings and relay company information accurately. - Ensure regulatory compliance with HIPAA, OSHA, labor laws, and other federal, state, and local regulations. - Participate in the yearly budgeting process, monthly P&L reviews, meeting the budget and team utilization. -  Proactively monitor financial progress of clinic, analyze results, and adjust, if necessary, to ensure all budget goals are achieved. -  No caseload when clinic is operational with full BCBA team.       Qualifications            ✔ 5+ years of experience as a BCBA (Master’s Degree in ABA or a related field is required).   ✔ BCBA Certification required plus state license (if applicable).   ✔ Strong leadership, communication, and presentation skills.   ✔ Previous medical billing and EMR experience required.   Benefits   -  Annual bonus plan -  Medical, dental, vision benefits -  401k with match -  Short & long term disability -  PTO, paid holidays, and paid family leave -  Paid employee referral program -  Opportunities for career advancement   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Drexbcba
Job Title
Clinical Director-BCBA
ID
2024-1549
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High school diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status. mtlrbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1548
Help families within the Autism Community get the services they need! Our Client Services Coordinator compassionately guides families through the steps to receive ABA Services. Entry level applicants encouraged to apply.   HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
Care Coordinator
ID
2024-1543
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Colurbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2024-1536
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners     Lehrbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1533
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1530
Our Billing Specialist directly contributes to our mission of making autism services personal by timely and accurately billing the services we provide, collecting revenue, and working with families to make sure they feel supported throughout the billing process.   SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: - Must have ABA billing with CENTRAL REACH experience - Submit and follow up on Commercial and Medicaid, primary and secondary insurances - Track and verify clients’ Medicaid status - Develop relationships with PA Medicaid payors to ensure successful processing and payment of claims - Work and manage claims from all aging buckets including posting and appeals, including resubmission of claims and appropriate adjustments. - Input & Review billing data for accuracy, including data entry. - Ensure that billing and collections adhere to all compliance policies and procedures. - Work with Billing Manager and local clinic team members to ensure accurate billing. - Follows up on claim resolution from initial billing through final resolution including identifying and correcting billing errors/rejections and denials (denial management investigations & appeals). - Manage claims submission and AR for assigned clinics. - Process remittance advices/EOB’s to achieve finalized clean claims for payment including researching and correcting denials (Pull EFT back-ups). - Post and reconcile payments received using system and deposit reports. - Assist the intake team in completing required Medicaid documents for new clients and clients in need of reassessment - Serve as the point of contact for Medicaid audits   Skills and Competencies: - ABA billing experience with Central Reach experience required for remote work. - Associate Degree in Accounting/Finance Management is plus, but not required. - Strong communication and presentation skills. - Previous patient admission or verification experience required. - Confident communication skills for fielding calls on behalf of the agency and its representatives. - Excellent written communication skills for professional emails and various reporting methods.    Personality:A successful Team Member will be… - Detail-oriented & highly organized - Communicative & collaborative - Committed to purposeful care - Ambition to grow with the company About Helping Hands Family: Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential. Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   Job Type: Full-time   Salary: $20.00 - $24.00 per hour   Benefits: - 401(k) matching - Dental insurance - Health insurance - Paid time off - Vision insurance - Paid Family leave
Job Title
Billing Specialist
ID
2023-1527
          Join the top-rated BCBA Fellowship program with comprehensive clinical training and supervision.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to every patient.   Our Fellowship position is one of the few that offers paid supervision hours through a structured clinical program. Our BCBA Fellows provide one-on-one care through ABA behavior interventions to teach communication, practice daily living skills, and encourage positive behaviors. Fellows will be eligible to complete unrestricted activities, as defined by the BACB, to help meet requirements to sit for the BCBA exam.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities   - Restricted/Direct Activities: - - Build a positive and trusting relationship with clients through social interaction. - Encourage the development of communication, social skills, and problem-solving by guiding clients towards safe and acceptable behaviors. - Gradually reduce prompts to promote independent responses while ensuring success. - Increase the occurrence and duration of desirable behaviors by providing positive reinforcement. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Unrestricted Activities: - - Observe and collect data. - Train staff and caregivers on behavior-analytic programs. - Conduct behavior-analytic assessments (e.g., functional analyses, stimulus preference assessments). - Research literature relevant to a current client’s programming. - Write and revise behavior-analytic programs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs and client dignity. - Work with BCBA Mentor on guided practice of the BCBA role throughout Fellowship.     Qualifications          ✔Enrolled or graduated from a BACB approved Master’s or Certification Program ✔ Pass the RBT exam within 45 days of employment (if not already certified) ✔RBT competency and exam must be completed within 90 days of hire ✔Strong verbal and written communication for speaking with clients’ families and recording session notes.     Fellowship Benefits   - Program is FREE to accepted applicants - 70% of supervision hours paid - Comprehensive 7-level program to develop essential BCBA skills - BCBA mentorship through monthly meetings and consulting opportunities - Paid RBT training, competency & exam - Meaningful unrestricted clinical experience - Free "Pass the Big ABA Exam" test prep course - Participation in choosing, implementing, and scoring assessments - 3 months of co-consulting with a BCBA for 30 hours / week     HHF Benefits     PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave   401k with match   Dedicated hours program to maintain scheduled hours regardless of cancellation   Medical, dental, vision benefits   Short & long term disability   Tuition discounts, free internal CEUs, and $100 annual external CEU stipend   Edirbt Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status
Job Title
BCBA Fellow (Seeking BACB Supervision Hours)
ID
2023-1517
Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.* Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   NorPhiBCBA
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1506
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High school diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-25/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status. ridcenrbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1503
          Join the top-rated BCBA Fellowship program with comprehensive clinical training and supervision.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to every patient.   Our Fellowship position is one of the few that offers paid supervision hours through a structured clinical program. Our BCBA Fellows provide one-on-one care through ABA behavior interventions to teach communication, practice daily living skills, and encourage positive behaviors. Fellows will be eligible to complete unrestricted activities, as defined by the BACB, to help meet requirements to sit for the BCBA exam.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities   - Restricted/Direct Activities: - - Build a positive and trusting relationship with clients through social interaction. - Encourage the development of communication, social skills, and problem-solving by guiding clients towards safe and acceptable behaviors. - Gradually reduce prompts to promote independent responses while ensuring success. - Increase the occurrence and duration of desirable behaviors by providing positive reinforcement. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Unrestricted Activities: - - Observe and collect data. - Train staff and caregivers on behavior-analytic programs. - Conduct behavior-analytic assessments (e.g., functional analyses, stimulus preference assessments). - Research literature relevant to a current client’s programming. - Write and revise behavior-analytic programs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs and client dignity. - Work with BCBA Mentor on guided practice of the BCBA role throughout Fellowship.     Qualifications          ✔Enrolled or graduated from a BACB approved Master’s or Certification Program ✔ Pass the RBT exam within 45 days of employment (if not already certified) ✔RBT competency and exam must be completed within 90 days of hire ✔Strong verbal and written communication for speaking with clients’ families and recording session notes.     Fellowship Benefits   - Program is FREE to accepted applicants - 70% of supervision hours paid - Comprehensive 7-level program to develop essential BCBA skills - BCBA mentorship through monthly meetings and consulting opportunities - Paid RBT training, competency & exam - Meaningful unrestricted clinical experience - Free "Pass the Big ABA Exam" test prep course - Participation in choosing, implementing, and scoring assessments - 3 months of co-consulting with a BCBA for 30 hours / week     HHF Benefits     PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave   401k with match   Dedicated hours program to maintain scheduled hours regardless of cancellation   Medical, dental, vision benefits   Short & long term disability   Tuition discounts, free internal CEUs, and $100 annual external CEU stipend     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Abirbt
Job Title
BCBA Fellow (Seeking BACB Supervision Hours)
ID
2023-1502
          Join the top-rated BCBA Fellowship program with comprehensive clinical training and supervision.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to every patient.   Our Fellowship position is one of the few that offers paid supervision hours through a structured clinical program. Our BCBA Fellows provide one-on-one care through ABA behavior interventions to teach communication, practice daily living skills, and encourage positive behaviors. Fellows will be eligible to complete unrestricted activities, as defined by the BACB, to help meet requirements to sit for the BCBA exam.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities   - Restricted/Direct Activities: - - Build a positive and trusting relationship with clients through social interaction. - Encourage the development of communication, social skills, and problem-solving by guiding clients towards safe and acceptable behaviors. - Gradually reduce prompts to promote independent responses while ensuring success. - Increase the occurrence and duration of desirable behaviors by providing positive reinforcement. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Unrestricted Activities: - - Observe and collect data. - Train staff and caregivers on behavior-analytic programs. - Conduct behavior-analytic assessments (e.g., functional analyses, stimulus preference assessments). - Research literature relevant to a current client’s programming. - Write and revise behavior-analytic programs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs and client dignity. - Work with BCBA Mentor on guided practice of the BCBA role throughout Fellowship.     Qualifications          ✔Enrolled or graduated from a BACB approved Master’s or Certification Program ✔ Pass the RBT exam within 45 days of employment (if not already certified) ✔RBT competency and exam must be completed within 90 days of hire ✔Strong verbal and written communication for speaking with clients’ families and recording session notes.     Fellowship Benefits   - Program is FREE to accepted applicants - 70% of supervision hours paid - Comprehensive 7-level program to develop essential BCBA skills - BCBA mentorship through monthly meetings and consulting opportunities - Paid RBT training, competency & exam - Meaningful unrestricted clinical experience - Free "Pass the Big ABA Exam" test prep course - Participation in choosing, implementing, and scoring assessments - 3 months of co-consulting with a BCBA for 30 hours / week     HHF Benefits     PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave   401k with match   Dedicated hours program to maintain scheduled hours regardless of cancellation   Medical, dental, vision benefits   Short & long term disability   Tuition discounts, free internal CEUs, and $100 annual external CEU stipend     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Paorbt
Job Title
BCBA Fellow (Seeking BACB Supervision Hours)
ID
2023-1501
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   The Clinical Director is the CEO of their clinic. Clinical Directors manage operations and team members at their location. They will support BCBAs and RBTs by answering clinical programming questions and concerns. CDs communicate with families that have high-level concerns. CDs are responsible for establishing a positive atmosphere and supportive culture to facilitate RBT retention.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities   -   Oversee the day-to-day clinic operations to ensure quality-based services. -   Clinical - - Review, supervise, and give feedback on all clinical programs, behavior intervention plans, assessments, reassessments and BCBA session notes for clinical content and appropriateness. - Provide team-member and regulatory supervision, training, and support. - Promote positive and appropriate interactions with clients and their families. - Coach and mentor BCBAs, along with RBTs, in accordance with company policies and applicable laws. - Operational - - Establish a culture of accountability and support to ensure clinic success. - Run clinical meetings and relay company information accurately. - Ensure regulatory compliance with HIPAA, OSHA, labor laws, and other federal, state, and local regulations. - Participate in the yearly budgeting process, monthly P&L reviews, meeting the budget and team utilization. -  Proactively monitor financial progress of clinic, analyze results, and adjust, if necessary, to ensure all budget goals are achieved. -  No caseload when clinic is operational with full BCBA team.       Qualifications            ✔ 5+ years of experience as a BCBA (Master’s Degree in ABA or a related field is required).   ✔ BCBA Certification required plus state license (if applicable).   ✔ Strong leadership, communication, and presentation skills.   ✔ Previous medical billing and EMR experience required.   Benefits   -  Annual bonus plan -  Medical, dental, vision benefits -  401k with match -  Short & long term disability -  PTO, paid holidays, and paid family leave -  Paid employee referral program -  Opportunities for career advancement   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Doybcba
Job Title
Clinical Director-BCBA
ID
2023-1497
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High school diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status. monrbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1493
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   DoyRBT
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1487
          Registered Behavior Technicians(RBT) provide 1-on-1 care to children with autism through ABA behavior interventions. Behavior techs provide services in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the therapy plan and monitor progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*     This is the Job for You if… - you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis. - you want to make a difference. - you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity. - you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility. - you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:   - Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community. - Manageable case load - Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement. - Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA. - Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions. - Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs. - Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:   -   ✓ High diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred). -   ✓ Being comfortable working with children. -   ✓ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. -   ✓ Ability to lift 50 pounds. -   ✓ Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes. -   ✓ Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families. -   ✓ Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire). -   ✓ Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred). -   ✓ 1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:   - Pay rate $18-22/hr -Comprehensive, paid RBT training  - Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement - Paid vacation and holidays - Paid Family Leave - Dedicated Hours program for full time staff - Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits - 401K with employer match - Employee referral program - Opportunities for career advancement - Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs - Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   LaurRBT
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1486
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.*       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Doybcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1482
          As the office manager, you are the heartbeat of our clinics. They schedule sessions, communicate with families, manage session cancelations, plan events, and work closely with the Clinical Director to ensure the clinic operates smoothly. Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities     Manage the clinic schedule by coordinating client sessions, assigning appropriate staffing, and adjusting for cancellations.  Adjust schedule to facilitate for staff or client call-outs.   Assist the Clinical Director by managing clinic processes and protocols in the Practice Management System.   Conduct reports and audits as required (ex: conversion audits & signatures).   Greet families with a positive attitude and answer any questions during pick-up and drop-off.   Ensure client/family satisfaction, including escalating complaints to the Clinical Director.  Report and troubleshoot relevant clinic issues including site maintenance, with assistance from the Support Center.   Assist the Clinical Director with coordinating team engagement including: - - Staff meetings - Team building events / celebrations - Community engagement / outreach - Welcome activities for new team members    Act as a fill-in RBT as needed in the clinic.     Qualifications     1+ year(s) of medical administrative experience (ABA experience or a behavioral health field a plus).   Associate Degree (or higher) in Healthcare Administration or Business is preferred but not required.   Strong communication and customer service skills.   Previous medical billing and electronic medical records (EMR) experience is preferred.   Confident phone etiquette, professional email writing, and strong interpersonal skills.     Benefits     Annual bonus plan  Pay rate $20-27/hr  Medical, dental, vision benefits   401k with match   Short & long term disability   PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave   Paid employee referral program   Opportunities for career advancement     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status edirbt
Job Title
Program Support Specialist(PSS)
ID
2023-1443
        Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000     HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔ BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status pittbcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1435
Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.* Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Lanhbcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1431
        Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000     HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔ BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Hybrid work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status wyobcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1422
          Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   The Clinical Director is the CEO of their clinic. Clinical Directors manage operations and team members at their location. They will support BCBAs and RBTs by answering clinical programming questions and concerns. CDs communicate with families that have high-level concerns. CDs are responsible for establishing a positive atmosphere and supportive culture to facilitate RBT retention.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities     Oversee the day-to-day clinic operations to ensure quality-based services.   Clinical - - Review, supervise, and give feedback on all clinical programs, behavior intervention plans, assessments, reassessments and BCBA session notes for clinical content and appropriateness. - Provide team-member and regulatory supervision, training, and support. - Promote positive and appropriate interactions with clients and their families. - Coach and mentor BCBAs, along with RBTs, in accordance with company policies and applicable laws.   Operational - - Establish a culture of accountability and support to ensure clinic success. - Run clinical meetings and relay company information accurately. - Ensure regulatory compliance with HIPAA, OSHA, labor laws, and other federal, state, and local regulations. - Participate in the yearly budgeting process, monthly P&L reviews, meeting the budget and team utilization.   Proactively monitor financial progress of clinic, analyze results, and adjust, if necessary, to ensure all budget goals are achieved.   Will not carry a caseload when clinic is operational.       Qualifications     5+ years of experience as a BCBA (Master’s Degree in ABA or a related field is required).   BCBA Certification required plus state license (if applicable).   Strong leadership, communication, and presentation skills.   Previous medical billing and EMR experience required.   Benefits     Annual bonus plan   Medical, dental, vision benefits   401k with match   Short & long term disability   PTO, paid holidays, and paid family leave   Paid employee referral program   Opportunities for career advancement   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   NorPhiBCBA
Job Title
Clinical Director-BCBA
ID
2023-1416
        Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000     HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔ BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   LHVBCBA
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1412
Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023. Responsibilities   - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patient - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications           ✔ BCBA Certification issued by the BACB. ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment. ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs). ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills. ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping. ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds.     Benefits   -  Quarterly performance-based bonus -  Medical, dental, vision benefits -  401k match -  Short & long term disability -  PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support - Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status Drexbcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1396
          Join the top-rated BCBA Fellowship program with comprehensive clinical training and supervision.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to every patient.   Our Fellowship position is one of the few that offers paid supervision hours through a structured clinical program. Our BCBA Fellows provide one-on-one care through ABA behavior interventions to teach communication, practice daily living skills, and encourage positive behaviors. Fellows will be eligible to complete unrestricted activities, as defined by the BACB, to help meet requirements to sit for the BCBA exam.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2022 and 2023.     Responsibilities    Restricted/Direct Activities: - - Build a positive and trusting relationship with clients through social interaction. - Encourage the development of communication, social skills, and problem-solving by guiding clients towards safe and acceptable behaviors. - Gradually reduce prompts to promote independent responses while ensuring success. - Increase the occurrence and duration of desirable behaviors by providing positive reinforcement. - Accurately collect unbiased behavior data. - Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs.   Unrestricted Activities: - - Observe and collect data. - Train staff and caregivers on behavior-analytic programs. - Conduct behavior-analytic assessments (e.g., functional analyses, stimulus preference assessments). - Research literature relevant to a current client’s programming. - Write and revise behavior-analytic programs.   Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs and client dignity.   Work with BCBA Mentor on guided practice of the BCBA role throughout Fellowship.     Qualifications     Enrolled or graduated from a BACB approved Master’s or Certification Program   Pass the RBT exam within 45 days of employment  RBT competency and exam must be completed within 90 days of hire  Strong verbal and written communication for speaking with clients’ families and recording session notes.     Fellowship Benefits     Program is FREE to accepted applicants   70% of supervision hours paid   Comprehensive 7-level program to develop essential BCBA skills   BCBA mentorship through monthly meetings and consulting opportunities   Paid RBT training, competency & exam   Meaningful unrestricted clinical experience   Free "Pass the Big ABA Exam" test prep course   Participation in choosing, implementing, and scoring assessments   3 months of co-consulting with a BCBA for 30 hours / week     HHF Benefits     PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave   401k with match   Dedicated hours program to maintain scheduled hours regardless of cancellation   Medical, dental, vision benefits   Short & long term disability   Tuition discounts, free internal CEUs, and $100 annual external CEU stipend     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Wcparbt
Job Title
BCBA Fellow (Seeking BACB Supervision Hours)
ID
2023-1391
        Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000     HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.       Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔ BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   wyobcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1389
          Registered Behavior Technicians provide one-on-one care through ABA behavior interventions to teach communication, practice daily living skills, and encourage positive behaviors. These services are provided in our clinics, family homes, and the community. An RBT works alongside a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who will create the care plan and monitor the progress.   Helping Hands Family (HHF) is a top-rated ABA provider that offers a rewarding work experience creating a lasting impact on children’s lives.   HHF provides personalized, play-based autism services, utilizing ABA therapy for children typically ages 2 to 10. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a practice to help children with autism, reach developmental milestones, improve communication, and grow socially. ABA is a medically prescribed therapy endorsed by the American Medical Association and the US Surgeon General.   HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2022 and 2023.     This Could be the Job for You if…     you want to work with children on a 1-on-1 basis.   you want to make a difference.   you are considering a career as a teacher, nurse, or in a daycare but desire greater career flexibility and growth opportunity.   you worked with children previously but want a career path that offers paid training and upward mobility.   you are considering a career in the healthcare industry.     Responsibilities:     Provide 1-on-1 direct care to children with autism in clinics, at home, or in the community.  Manageable case load   Teach daily living and social skills using evidence-based treatments and positive reinforcement.  Implement therapy sessions designed by a BCBA.   Establish a relationship with the client to assess interests and motivators to effectively implement the behavior plan.   Accurately collect unbiased behavior data during sessions.   Collaborate and participate in clinical team meetings and ongoing training.   Communicate proactively with fellow RBTs, BCBAs, families, and Clinical Directors to support the clients’ needs.   Maintain BACB Ethical Compliance Code for RBTs.     Qualifications:     Highschool diploma or equivalent required (associate or bachelor’s degree in a human services area preferred).   Being comfortable working with children.   Strong communication skills for speaking with clients’ families and writing session notes.   Confident interpersonal skills for interactions with the clients’ families.   Complete company provided RBT training and pass the RBT exam (within 90-days after hire).   Reliable transportation (valid driver’s license preferred).   1 year of experience working with children is preferred but not required.     Benefits:     Pay rate $18-22/hr   Comprehensive, paid RBT training   Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement   Paid vacation and holidays   Paid Family Leave   Dedicated Hours program for full time staff   Health, dental, and vision insurance benefits   401K with employer match   Employee referral program   Opportunities for career advancement   Supervision and mentorship opportunities for aspiring BCBAs   Tuition discounts from university partners       Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.   Abirbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1375
Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.* Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status Astbcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1374
Work at a top-rated ABA provider managed by a clinical leadership team of BCBAs! Helping Hands Family (HHF) provides ABA services in our clinics, in family homes, and in the community. Our mission is to provide personalized autism services to each and every patient.   Our BCBAs directly contribute to our mission by overseeing the quality and implementation of clinical programming to their patients. HHF provides a network of support through on-site BCBA clinical directors, CEU trainings, internal conferences, and opportunities to contribute to research in the ABA field.   Salary Plus Bonus: $75,000-$100,000 based on experience      *HHF is Great Place to Work Certified™ in 2021, 2022 and 2023.* Responsibilities - Develop and supervise a meaningful care plan with personalized goals and programming to address the needs of each patien - Conduct detailed assessments and reassessments - Provide supervision, coaching, and mentoring to RBTs - Develop and monitor data collection - Provide parent training - Maintain a positive working relationship with patients families and respond to questions in a timely manner - Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments - Communicate with the Clinical Director on a regular basis - Provide a weekly update email or facilitate team meetings - Uphold regular treatment integrity checks - Adhere to the relevant CPT codes     Qualifications          ✔BCBA Certification issued by the BACB ✔ Meet licensing requirements for your state of employment ✔ Experience in the field of ABA (experience as an RBT will count for newly certified BCBAs) ✔ Confident verbal and strong written communication skills ✔ Must pass internal competency within 90 days of hire ✔ Ability to lift 50 pounds. ✔ Ability to perform physical tasks, including prolonged periods of walking, running, standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, climbing, and stooping.     Benefits   - Quarterly performance-based bonus - Onsite Clinical Directors - Medical, dental, vision benefits - 401k match - Short & long term disability - PTO, Paid holidays, and paid family leave - Bonus incentive program for employee referrals     HHF Offerings for BCBAs   - Career advancement and growth opportunities - Ethical corporate team and business support -  Access to free trainings and CEU library - Healthy work/life balance - CEU stipend - Clinics are clinician owned - Flexible work schedule - Manageable caseload - Training based company with opportunities for continued education - Training opportunities for new BCBA hires - Team oriented company culture     Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status   Drexbcba
Job Title
BCBA
ID
2023-1360
Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential.   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.     Helping Hand Family’s ST’s directly contribute to our mission of making autism services personal by creating customized ST plans as part of HHF’s Integrated Care Model. This team member will also build relationships with the clients and their local community to bring positive awareness to our business and the ASD community.
Job Title
Speech Language Pathologist(SLP)
ID
2023-1354
Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential.   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.     Helping Hand Family’s ST’s directly contribute to our mission of making autism services personal by creating customized ST plans as part of HHF’s Integrated Care Model. This team member will also build relationships with the clients and their local community to bring positive awareness to our business and the ASD community.
Job Title
Speech Language Pathologist(SLP)
ID
2023-1353
Helping Hands Family (“HHF”) is an organization that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our supportive, inclusive culture helps every individual reach their highest potential.   Helping Hands Family is dedicated to a supportive, inclusive culture. From growing our team to the client treatment plans, we have committed to celebrating differences and helping everyone reach their highest potential. HHF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.     Helping Hand Family’s ST’s directly contribute to our mission of making autism services personal by creating customized ST plans as part of HHF’s Integrated Care Model. This team member will also build relationships with the clients and their local community to bring positive awareness to our business and the ASD community.
Job Title
Speech Language Pathologist(SLP)
ID
2023-1352