Behavior Health Tech - BHT

Lebanon, PA
Lebanon County Children's Services
Clinical
  • have a High School Diploma or the equivalent of a High School Diploma
    • and completed a 40 hour training covering the RBT Task List that we will provide OR
  • have certification of as a BCaBA OR
  • have a certification as an RBT OR
  • have certification as a BCAT OR
  • have a behavior analysis certification from an organization that is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies or the American National Standards Institute OR
  • have a High School Diploma or the equivalent of a High School Diploma and have completed a 40 hour training covering the RBT Task List as evidenced by a certification that include the name of the responsible trainer, who is certified as BCBA or BCaBA OR
  • have a minimum of 2 years of experience in providing ABA services and a minimum of 40 hours of training related to ABA approved by the Department or provided by a continuing education provider approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board OR
  • bachelor degree in psychology, social work, counseling, sociology, education, criminal justice or similar human service field with no previous work experience required
  • valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Pennsylvania State Police Criminal History Check
  • Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance
  • FBI Criminal Background Check completed through the Department of Human Services

Join our team and start your career as a Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) with guaranteed full time hours, paid health insurance (or waiver pay), paid time off and paid holidays.

Starting out as a BHT is a great entry level position in the Human Services field. After you gain a year of experience you can transition into various other positions within the company.

Helping a child who is non-verbal to master communication of their wants and needs through picture cards, assisting a child who struggles with peer interactions to become more socially engaged or helping a child who is failing his classes to stay focused and complete his school work - it's all in the day of a IBHS professional! The goal of IBHS is to provide a comprehensive, individualized and behaviorally focused treatment that assists children in discovering their potential in the home, school and community.

The therapeutic staff support works under the direct supervision of an MT or BC in the child's home, school and community to provide the interventions outlined in the child's treatment plan. General tasks associated with the BHT’s role include collecting data and information about problematic behaviors and the child's reactions, reinforcing parental roles/responsibilities with the child, helping the child to integrate into activities, helping the child to improve interactional skills with peers and adults, helping the child to deescalate, and helping the child to develop problem solving skills. EOE

  • company paid health insurance OR waiver pay of $100 per paycheck if you are enrolled in health insurance elsewhere
  • dental, vision and disability insurance also available
  • company provided laptop for electronic documentation and telehealth services
  • in house training department with training tracks available for career development
  • 401K option with employer match available after 1 full year of employment
  • up to 7 1/2 week of Paid Time Off, option to have paid summers off
  • 6 Paid holidays
  • paid time and mileage for all drive time throughout the day 
High School Diploma / GED
Full Time