Are you a BCBA or BCaBA looking to find a workplace that values the individual experiences our learners go through? At Light of Hope, we utilize person-centered care using strategies and interventions rooted in the compassionate care of each individual. We believe that language and communication are the pathways to functional behaviors that should occur across all of the contexts, experiences, and emotional states a learner moves through in their life.
We are seeking BCBAs or BCaBAs who understand the application of conceptual and methodological principles of behavior analysis in today’s world. We want to work with individuals who have experience teaching communication, adaptive skills, play skills, social skills, and functional replacement behaviors at a highly individualized level.
As a Light of HOPE supervisor, you will be tasked with evaluating and assessing a learner's current levels of performance, identifying socially valid future behaviors, and structuring ABA sessions to target functionally significant behaviors across contexts. A Light of HOPE supervisor will develop not only individualized teaching protocols but also robust and ethically sound behavior intervention plans.
The Light of HOPE clinic is equipped to increase the effectiveness of RBT training so they are empowered to implement treatment protocols at a high level of fidelity. Because we have supervisors onsite at all times, we are able to utilize performance management interventions, including intensive competency measurements, for every staff member; all staff members are certified in the Safety-Care curriculum by our own in-house Safety-Care trainer; and we employ flexible teaching applications so that learners and staff are able to move freely throughout the entire facility
Light of HOPE offers many benefits to its staff members. As a family-owned and family-operated business, we take pride in treating our staff like family.
Are you a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) or interested in learning more about that role? At Light of HOPE, we are always seeking full-time RBTs to help us reach our ever-growing list of children in need of ABA services.
If you already have your RBT certificate, we will help ensure you are up-to-date on HIPAA, Bloodborne Pathogens, Mandated Reporters, CPR, and Safety-Care trainings.
If you are not a certified RBT, we would love to have you come tour our facility and meet with us to ask more questions and learn if this field is right for you! Should you decide to move forward and take the course to achieve your certificate, we will set you up for all of the necessary trainings. If you complete your hours and competency assessment within two weeks, you will receive a bonus to reimburse you for the cost of the certification course once you complete your 60-day orientation period with us.
If you're interested in one of our open positions, start by applying here and attaching your resume.
Monday, April 17th | Jekyll Island Golf Club
12 p.m. Shotgun Start
Help us raise money to provide much needed ABA therapy to children in our community. Thank you in advance for your sponsorship, your participation, and your donations! We truly appreciate your support and look forward to seeing each of you at our event!