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Join us!

Our company culture at The Spectrum Center for Autism is one that focuses on growth, both professionally and personally.  We value education and experience and want to give you opportunities that will move you forward in your field of study as well as in your day to day life.  We have several different opportunities for you to become a part of our team at The Spectrum Center for Autism as well as chances to move up into a more advanced, leadership position!  We are only as strong as our team and we would love for you to join!

 

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) are paid members of our team.  Each RBT completes training to become certified as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT).  RBTs work 6-12 hours per week on average (more hours can be discussed if desired) and can make at least a one year commitment to The Spectrum Center.  RBTs are responsible for providing 1:1 or group therapy to children with autism or other developmental disability.  Therapy sessions may be center-based, in-home or a combination of both.


Behavior Therapy Intern

Behavior Therapy Interns are non-paid members of our team who are either fulfilling a required internship/practicum for school or want hands-on experience with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), autism and our company but cannot commit to working more than 6 hours/week.  Interns are required to complete training modules to learn the basics of ABA and autism and will have the opportunity to assist with 1:1 therapy or social skills groups.


Behavior Therapy Volunteer

Behavior Therapy Volunteers are non-paid members of our team who assist in a variety of ways.  Volunteers have the opportunity to help create and organize materials and curriculum programs, provide structured childcare during workshop or trainings held at The Spectrum Center.  Volunteers are also able to help run structured activities during our day camps and social skills groups. This is a great opportunity for group organizations such as sororities or special interest groups.