Behavior Trainee

<strong>To make a meaningful and lasting difference for individuals and families living with diverse intellectual, emotional, or physical needs, by providing a lifetime of quality healthcare, housing, education, employment, and support services.&nbsp;</strong>

Minneapolis, MN

Fraser

<h3><strong><br /><br />Fraser is more than a job, it&rsquo;s a calling and a profession. At Fraser, you will enjoy competitive pay, flexible hours, a variety of work locations, supervision, and our commitment to high-quality services for children, adults, and families.&nbsp;</strong></h3> <h3><strong><br />Fraser began as a pioneer in Minnesota&rsquo;s Disability Rights Movement and we actively work toward diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in everything we do.</strong></h3> <h3>&nbsp;<strong><br />When you work for Fraser, you can feel empowered knowing that your job is meaningful, that you are working to make access to healthcare more equitable for underserved communities, and that revenues earned will go directly to serving our clients (not to owners/shareholders).</strong></h3> https://fraser.org/

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Full-Time

N/A

Overview: Are you currently in your Masters program for ABA and will be pursuing your BCBA? Have you completed your Masters program and plan on sitting for your BCBA? If so, the Behavior Trainee position is for you! Who is Fraser? Fraser is looking for caring, compassionate people that want to teach kids to thrive. At Fraser, your work truly makes a difference in the lives of others! As a Behavior Trainee, you will be working with the BCBA to implement treatment plans for kids diagnosed with ASD. You will be helping providing observation and direction to direct care staff, as well as participating in family/ caregiver training. Join our growing team with a wide array of locations throughout Minnesota. What Can Fraser Offer You? Free supervision for fieldwork hours built into your schedule. Schedule: Our clinical hours are Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm. Comprehensive Benefits: $350 hiring bonus offered for external new hires! Benefits available for full-time employees working 30 hours or greater. This includes 5 weeks of PTO, 403b, Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, and so much more! Competitive Pay: This position starts at an annual salary of $46,000. Annual clinical productivity bonus up to $2,500 Growth and Advancement Opportunities: We offer continuous training, tuition reimbursement, and student loan assistance, career path opportunities and more. Be a Part of a Great Team: You’ll be part of a passionate, empathetic, and supportive team. Collaborative and relationship-oriented culture.
Responsibilities: Provide direct care to children diagnosed with ASD. Assist clients with increasing independence, skill development, self-care, safety, sensory processing, communication, and other areas Participate in family and caregiver training. Provide observation and direction to direct care staff.
Requirements: In a Masters Program for ABA. Completed MA degree with intent to pursue your BCBA. Passionate about children with special needs and enjoys making a difference in the lives of children and families Experience with preschool-aged children, children with diverse needs, autism, or a mental health diagnosis are highly preferred but not required. Ability to pass DHS background check Reliable transportation Commitment to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion with a focus on culturally responsive practice, internal self-awareness, and reflection.