Northeast Arc

Behavior Therapist (m/w/d)

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23883 Salem


*** For a limited time select qualified candidates may be eligible for a $1,000 or $2,000 sign on bonus***
Are you looking for a fun, rewarding, and lively environment to work in? Join us at the Northeast Arc. We are currently looking for new and experienced Behavior Therapists to work in 1 or more of our ABA programs. We provide services in a variety of locations throughout Eastern Massachusetts and offer services to individuals ranging from 15 months to 22 years.

Why would Northeast Arc be a good fit for you:

  • Flexible schedules – full time, part time and per diem positions available
  • Opportunity to work across multiple programs and age groups
  • Initial and ongoing training and RBT certification
  • Competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits, such as: tuition reimbursement, monthly billing bonuses, generous paid time off, health, dental, vision, pet insurance, 403B with matching and much more!
  • Employee appreciation events throughout the year

  • Northeast Arc’s ABA Services
    provide a continuum of consistent evidence-based direct care and services for children, teens, and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Individualized treatment programs are developed by a Board-Certified Licensed Behavior Analyst (BCBA/LABA) based on assessments, consultation, and person-centered plans, in order to meet the needs of the individual served. Our Behavior Therapists work in a team atmosphere alongside BCBAs, Early Intervention staff, families and caregivers. Our programs facilitate interactions through Natural Environment Training and capitalize on organic opportunities for engagement with our kids using an evidence-based approach.

    Service Areas: Boston and surrounding areas, Central Middlesex, Lowell, Metro-North, Merrimack Valley and North Shore

    Behavior Therapists will:

  • Provide home, community, clinic based support to individuals 15 months to 20 years old
  • Teach goals and skills outlined in the treatment plans and implement behavior strategies developed by the BCBA (clinical supervisor)
  • Attend and contribute to clinical and non-clinical meetings, trainings, and individual supervisions.
  • Complete required sessions notes and data and any additional non-clinical paperwork
  • Insure the health, safety, and well-being of clients.

  • Qualifications:

  • Minimum of High school diploma along with 1+ years experience working with children. Bachelor’s or Associates degree preferred.
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication, interpersonal and problem-solving skills, along with excellent organizational skills and flexibility.
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team.
  • Reliable, able to maintain confidentiality, and high degree of professionalism
  • Valid Driver’s license and vehicle
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