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Partners In Excellence Inc Behavior Therapist - Winona in Winona, Minnesota

Are you passionate about making an impact on the life of a child and helping them reach their greatest potential? Join us as a Behavior Therapist and be a part of an amazing team, dedicated to improving the lives of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through providing early intensive therapies to young children. Partners In Excellence (Partners) is a premier autism therapy center providing autism therapy services to children in a healthcare setting. Our autism therapy center provides simulated environments that reflect real-life situations, enabling the children to work on their skills one-on-one or in small groups with trained behavior therapists. Through our paid two-week premiere training program, you will be equipped with the skills needed to apply ABA techniques to implement targeted curriculum with a variety of teaching techniques. Clinical staff will provide you with supervision, ongoing coaching, and professional development opportunities as you accumulate your clinical/supervision hours. All new staff are assigned a mentor upon hire Benefits of Working at Partners: Competitive pay Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance Short and Long-Term Disability 401(k) (with automatic Partners contribution) Employee Assistance Program Casual Dress Environment Paid Holidays Paid Time Off Flexible Spending Accounts Life Insurance Profit Sharing Employee Appreciation Events Kudos Program Employee Referral Bonus Program Collaborative, empathetic, supportive, and rewarding company culture Responsibilities: Works under supervision to provide direct therapy to a team of 4-6 clients following client treatment plans ensuring goals and objectives are being met Documents therapy services accurately and timely (e.g., daily treatment notes, data collection, reporting parent and Partners In Excellence communications and client information) Ability to read written treatment directions, collect numeric data, and write progress notes In order to effectively fulfill the duties of a BT, you will have access to protected health information (PHI) of many of Partners Clients. It is your responsibility to be fully knowledgeable of Partners in Excellence s Privacy Policies and Procedures and to report any violations to their direct and/or clinical supervisor (see Partners Policies and Procedures HIPAA). It is the responsibility of the BT to protect Partners Clients privacy at and away from work Completes the required technical training and participates in ongoing training opportunities Redirects, intervenes, observes, and monitors client behaviors Ability to problem solve and make appropriate decision Possesses the interpersonal skills to be playful, enthusiastic, and bring a high level of energy into the therapeutic situation Ability to work with a team and accept corrective feedback, complying with supervisory direction Effective communication skills with parents, co-workers, and supervisors Makes sound decisions and uses good judgment when dealing with clients, parents, and co-workers Demonstrates dependability and consistency in therapy and other job-related activities Communicates daily progress and client concerns to the appropriate staff members Organizes and cleans clients space and equipment Assists in keeping the facility safe, organized, sanitary, and guides others to do the same Assists clients with personal care including dressing, toileting, personal hygiene, food, nutrition, and diet needs Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds Attends and participates in meetings Reports all safety concerns to the Center Manager or their direct supervisor The BT is assigned to an area or areas (i.e., POD) at the Partners in Excellence s center-based programs Other duties as assigned Partners offers both full-time and part-time positions, working Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00am-5:00pm. To learn more about starting a rewarding career with an innovative, exciting company that offers room for promotion and advancement, please visit ou website at www.partnersmn.com. Individuals with experience working with culturally diverse populations are encouraged to apply.