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          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
          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
          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
          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
          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
          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
          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
          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
          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
          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
        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 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:   -   ✓ 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.   NewSquRBT
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1333
          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 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:   -   ✓ 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.   MontgRBT
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1324
          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:     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   Collrbt
Job Title
ABA Therapist(RBT)
ID
2023-1317