Learn It Systems Behavior Technician, Part-time in Wausau, Wisconsin
No formal training required, just bring a passion for working with children and an interest in learning about behavior management. Our team is excited to train and develop you in this rewarding profession!
Begin a new career! Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP), one of the most respected autism services organizations in Wisconsin, is looking for enthusiastic individuals who are ready to begin a career working with children with autism. This position is ideal for someone who enjoys working with kids, is open to learning and being trained in our field, and has a desire to work flexible hours. Excellent opportunity for college students and recent graduates!
Starting at $13.25 with higher rates available based on ABA experience.
Work one-on-one with kids with special needs/ developmental disabilities
Flexible part-time and possible full-time hours (between 7am-7pm) that fit around school, depending on your schedule and client availability.
Receive extensive (paid) training to provide behavior therapy/ Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) – to create lasting change for our kids and their families
Work with kids in their home and natural environment with a focus on activities they naturally do (play!)
Receive support and supervision from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
This position is similar to the following position at other companies; Behavior Therapist, Behavior Technician, Registered Behavior Technician, ABA Tutor.
Preferred experience working with children; nanny, childcare, teaching, camp counselor
High School Diploma or equivalent
Preferred areas of study; psychology, education, special education, child care, health science
Must be able to lift 50lb child
Candidates interested in the following positions will find this role similarly rewarding and are encouraged to apply; Home Health Aide (HHA), Teacher Aide, Child Care Worker, Instructor, Counselor, Education Assistant, Home Care Worker, Caregiver, Mental Health Therapist.
WEAP is part of LEARN Behavioral, the leading network of providers serving children with autism and other special needs.
WEAP/LEARN Behavioral is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates must be presently eligible to work in the United States