Eisenhower Center is a Traumatic Brain Injury rehabilitation facility. Eisenhower Center is seeking motivated and dynamic individuals to provide behavioral services, serving adults with acquired brain injury. As strong behavioral background is ideal. Eisenhower Center is a leader in the field of brain injury rehabilitation and offers an outstanding professional environment with an excellent benefits package.Qualifications:Valid Michigan driver’s license and insurableCurrent RBT certification preferred (but not required upon hire)BA or BS in Psychology and/or ABA experience preferredHigh attention to detail. Experience with data collection, entry, and analysisGood problem-solving, communication skills (both written & verbal), & organizational skillsCommitment to Eisenhower Center’s mission statementRBT’s Role and Job Description Summary:The RBTs will be largely responsible for the implementation of the Functional Skills Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plans developed by the BAs. As such, they will be directly working with the clients on various skills building tasks described in their plan. They will also be observing and providing feedback to the staff’s engagement and implementation on these skill-building goals or behavioral modification plans.RBTs are assigned to units. They would primarily work on their assigned units and work with whomever is residing there, although they may be called to assist with managing crisis or problematic client behaviors should an issue arise on another unit. RBTs will complete case transfers similar to the way BAs do. This is a very floor-intensive position.Responsibilities:Assist rehab staff in implementation of behavior protocols that are developed by the BA.Assist in novel data collection, conducting simple assessments, making observations and documenting client behaviors and trends.Provide relevant corrective feedback and praise, for both clients and staff as appropriate. Feedback for staff would be specifically related to their implementation of Behavior ProtocolsModel appropriate, professional, and compassionate behavior for both staff and clients.Help management collect data on staff performance and improve accountability for staff in relation to client engagement.RBTs would be highly involved in increasing the staff’s engagement with the clients. They will assist management with:ensuring client engagement schedules are being followed including therapy attendanceconduct daily observations on engagement and provide immediate feedback/praise when necessaryteach and model for staff when dealing with more difficult clientsassist in more specific community access goals and interact directly with clients in the community when they are resistant or are otherwise underperforming in meeting their goalsRBTs would work with the BAs with cases on their units and would have weekly meetings with the BAs as a whole as well as supervision from a BCBA. RBTs require 2 hours of face-to-face supervision per month with a BCBA (or possibly a BCaBA who has gone through the appropriate training/requirements to be able to provide supervision). One of the 2 hours can be group supervision.RBTs would be responsible for responding to crisis situations during their shift and often responsible for managing and assessing the interventions of staff (e.g., NCI protocol).While RBTs will primarily be working with BAs, they will also be expected to work well within the multidisciplinary team. They will also need to communicate and work collaboratively with the Unit Managers, Program Coordinators, and clinicians of various disciplines (e.g., Occupational Therapists, Psychotherapists, Speech Therapists, Recreation Therapists, Health Educators, Dietician, Physical Therapists, etc.) depending on the client’s programming.RBTs would work with clients on community transportation goals (e.g cabbing, busing and walking with them) and would help clients in developing their own social networks in the community. They would be available to provide pre-teaching, goal-setting, and to provide feedback with the goal to significantly improve social skill sets and eventually increase their social networks outside of Eisenhower Center.They would input Incident Reports for their units. Estimated 8-10 hours per week would be spent on data entry.RBTs would handle client incentives and assist in troubleshooting issues with incentive protocols.RBTs would work varied hours, highlighting their presence during B-shifts and weekends. There are a mix of RBT schedules as the idea is to have coverage on the campus so that an RBT is available if needed to assist managing crisis situations or difficult client behaviors. As such the following are potential options for work shifts:Shifts:11:30am – 8:00pm3:30pm-12amWork week:Tuesday – SaturdaySunday – ThursdayNote: Availability of these work shifts will vary depending on which shifts are vacant at time of hiring.BENEFIT PACKAGE INCLUDES:PTOEmployee Stock Ownership PlanMedical, Dental, & Vision InsuranceFlex. Spending Account for Med. & Dependent Care Employer Paid Life Insurance & Long Term DisabilityVoluntary Life Insurance & Short Term Disability availableContinuing professional development opportunities401(k) plan eligible to participate after 1 year & 1,000 hours of employmentStudent StipendVirtual Learning ProgramEisenhower Center is an EEO employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.