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ABA Therapist / Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Stride Autism Centers
Chicago, IL
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

We are seeking ABA Therapists / Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) for our center in South Loop! You will work as valued members of our team to provide individualized services in a 1:1 teaching format to children with autism. Stride provides all necessary training to start a career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and ongoing professional development to advance your career in the field. Therapists will work closely with our Lead BCBA to drive great outcomes for our young learners. They will have the opportunity to grow into more senior clinical roles as they gain experience.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide the best possible support to children with autism and their families by attracting, developing and retaining world-class clinicians and therapists. Stride has an unwavering commitment to meaningful outcomes. Please visit www.stridecenters.com to learn more about us!

Stride's Program

Stride’s center-based ABA program for preschool learners (ages 2-6) utilizes both structured and natural teaching strategies. Our full-day programs allow for predictable and manageable scheduling that results in superior participant outcomes and enhanced quality of life for therapists. Our clinical team provides training and supervision that prepares you, the therapist, to positively impact the lives of the children we serve and their families.

Note: During this time, Stride is taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect our clients, clinicians and communities. Measures include limiting and temporarily deprioritizing group activities and implementing heightened sanitary, safety and distancing protocols.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Available Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
  • Reliable transportation to our center and/or client homes
  • Must be able to pass a clinical background check
  • Ability to move freely, quickly and frequently from sitting to standing and to lift up to 25 lbs
  • Working knowledge of computer usage
  • Successfully complete Stride's onboarding and training

Benefits

  • Competitive wages
  • Focus exclusively on clinical outcomes and positively change lives
  • Mentorship from our lead clinical staff
  • Predictable hours with no late nights/weekends
  • Health, vision and dental insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Short-term disability insurance
  • PTO
  • Support for tuition towards a degree in behavior analysis

Responsibilities

  • Work 1:1 with children with autism under the direct supervision of a BCBA
  • Follow treatment plans developed by BCBAs that help increase the child's communication, self-help, social and play skills
  • Relay info on client progress to BCBAs to keep them informed
  • Assist BCBAs with assessments
  • Accurately record client progress using Stride's data collection system
  • Write and submit clinical notes summarizing client sessions
  • Toilet training and diaper changing as required
  • Voices issues/concerns to leadership as appropriate
  • Build positive relationships with families while maintaining professional boundaries
  • Abides by Stride's policies and procedures
  • Coordinate as needed with parents, teachers and other professionals on the child's team
  • Support team members and assist in non-clinical activities as needed
  • Positively contribute to the Stride culture
  • Maintain client confidentiality, ethics and professionalism at all times
  • Caring, compassionate and empathetic demeanor
  • Exudes a positive and constructive energy/attitude
  • Possess a strong work ethic
  • Communicates effectively with clients, parents, BCBAs and others
  • Passion to learn and grow individually and looks for improvement opportunities for Stride

Stride’s Core Principles

  • Commitment to meaningful outcomes: Enabling independent and joyous lives for our clients and their families is our #1 priority.
  • Investment in the Stride team: Our clinical team members receive formal mentorship from Stride’s leadership who are leaders in the field of ABA.
  • Continuous improvement: We seek constant improvement in all our activities and embrace ongoing changes that benefit our clients and staff. We have developed relationships with leading academic institutions and autism centers across the country to quickly leverage best practices as the field evolves.
  • Recognizing underserved community needs: We locate our centers in communities that need us most. Many families we will serve desperately need autism services and often have no one to turn to. Stride’s caseload will not exclude clients on Medicaid because we believe every life is precious and deserves access to quality treatment.
  • Impact: We aim to meaningfully impact as many individuals as possible.
Company Description
Our mission is to provide the best possible support to children with autism and their families by attracting, developing and retaining world-class clinicians and therapists. Founded and funded by the sibling of a severely impacted individual, Stride has an unwavering commitment to meaningful outcomes.

Stride’s unique clinician mentorship model, led by Dr. Linda LeBlanc, Ph.D., BCBA-D, promotes continued improvement in clinical skills, systems development, and leadership. Additionally, we closely collaborate with leading universities to expand access to high-quality services.

Stride's ABA program is for preschool learners and makes use of both structured and natural teaching strategies.

Stride Autism Centers

Address

1925 S Archer Ave

Chicago, IL
60616 USA

Industry

Healthcare