Fieldwork RBT JobTerre Haute, IN

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Why You'll Love This Job

Join the team and become a vital part of our mission to transform lives through applied behavior analysis. As a Fieldwork RBT, you'll be immersed in our fellowship program, where you'll simultaneously work as an RBT and pursue your graduate coursework. This unique opportunity allows you to gain hands-on experience through training, mentorship, and fieldwork hours to become a BCBA!  

But that's not all—at Hopebridge, we're committed to your personal and professional growth. Our cutting-edge internal development programs provide the support and resources you need to thrive in your role and beyond. Every day brings new opportunities to learn, grow, and make a difference in the lives of those we serve. 

So, if you're passionate about making a real impact and shaping brighter futures, join us at Hopebridge and start your journey of growth and fulfillment today.  

Pay: $15.50-$19.50/hour
Pay Structure: Compensation is determined by RBT certification and experience. If you don't have your RBT yet—no worries, we will help you get there! 
 
Fieldwork RBT Perks & Benefits:   
  • Annual $125 Professional Development Stipend: Invest in your growth and expertise in Autism intervention 
  • Personalized Placement Review in the Fellowship Program (Exam pass rate 20% higher than the national average- yes, please!) 
  • An opportunity to earn restricted and unrestricted supervision hours 
  • Exclusive Access to Robust Learning Opportunities (mentorship, HBx seminars, journal clubs, study sessions, Funds for Fellows, and more!)  
  • Paid exam application and scheduling fees  
  • Free access to exam study materials (e.g., BDS study modules and mock exams) 
  • Exam pass bonus   
  • College Tuition Employee Discount: Discounts with multiple universities!  
  • Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance: Prioritize your physical well-being 
  • Wellness Programs: Nurture a healthy work-life balance 
  • 18 Days of PTO: Enjoy paid time off, holidays, and a flex holiday 
  • 401K Retirement Options with Company Match: Secure your financial future 
  • Opportunity to Relocate: Explore exciting career possibilities in any of our states 

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:  
  • Create an environment that fosters skill acquisition, functional communication, and school readiness for children 
  • Learn directly from Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) to provide therapy that transforms lives 
  • Review behavior plans and instructional materials to ensure consistent implementation and monitor outcomes 
  • Complete daily progress notes related to the implementation of the intervention plan 
  • Work with children by creating an environment that champions continued skill acquisition and development of functional communication, peer interactions, and school readiness, just to name a few 
  • Celebrate victories (both big and small!), help kids and families celebrate milestones, and get more high fives than you’ve ever thought possible 

Skills & Qualifications

Requirements:  
  • Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in behavior analysis, psychology, education, early childhood, or related field.  
  • Proof of enrollment in an accredited graduate-level behavior analytic program  
  • Hold a 3.0 or higher GPA  
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Job Number: 128399

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