ABA Behavior Technician
Compass is a community-focused multi-disciplinary counseling agency providing clinical services to children, adolescents and adults in the Hampton Roads area. We are currently seeking individuals who have a passion for working with children with special needs in our Connections ABA program.
Compass provides services in all seven cities of Hampton Roads (Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, Hampton, and Suffolk).
Compass provides competitive wages and a variety of benefits including:
- Company issued iPad to support field work and documentation
- Mileage reimbursement
- Cell phone subsidy
- Reimbursement for therapeutic supplies and resources
- Health, Dental, 401K, Life Insurance, and Long term Disability insurance for Full-Time employees
- Paid Time Off for Full-Time employees
- Professional Growth and Promotion opportunities
- Enriching and supportive environment for all employees
- Free clinical supervision towards BCBA or BCaBA certification available for eligible Full-Time employees
- Free Residency supervision for full-time LPC and LCSW Residents
As a professional in our program, you will:
- Provide home-based ABA services to individuals diagnosed with Autism and/ or related developmental disabilities under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
- Work directly with families to support them in learning interventions and improving client behaviors
- Collaborate with other professionals from various agencies in the community including: social services, schools, community service boards, physicians, etc.
- Work one-on-one with clients and families in their homes and in the community to support them in learning functional communication skills, play skills, self-help skills, and safety skills.
- Utilize interventions specifically designed for each child, record daily progress, maintain client records, and collect data on clients’ goals/ objectives.
Qualifications and Skills
- A Bachelors or Masters degree in a relevant field such as psychology, child development, communication disorders, behavior analysis, special education, or other human services fields is highly preferred
- A minimum of 1 year of direct experience working with individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental delays is required.
- Candidates must be available to work with clients and their families during after-school and evening hours.
- Candidates must be punctual, responsible, patient, friendly and motivated.
- Candidates must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and current auto insurance.