LittleStar ABA Therapy Autism Therapy Assistant in Carmel, Indiana
We deliver exceptional service by hiring extraordinary talent!
If you are passionate about helping others and want to have a career changing lives -- then the
Autism Therapy Assistant position could be the perfect fit for you.
LittleStar ABA Therapy works with children, teens, and young adults affected by autism. We are a non-profit organization, and we were the first ABA Center in the state of Indiana. We have been improving the lives of individuals with autism for over 18 years!
Why Work at LittleStar?
Highly competitive pay and up to $1500 in hiring bonuses
We are a non-profit organization, so we always focus on what is best for the individuals we serve
Quality training and a supportive team
A friendly and relaxed atmosphere
Three options for medical and two options for dental (50% paid by LittleStar)
Vision (100% paid by LittleStar)
Free health and wellness clinics for eligible staff (with free generic medications)
Generous paid time off and paid holidays
The Autism Therapy Assistant position is one of the most important roles within our organization. They work 1:1 with patients and are responsible for teaching new skills that will improve the quality of our patients? lives.
Qualifications and Skills
A passion for helping others
Highschool diploma or equivalent
At least 18 years of age
Must possess a valid driver?s license, reliable and safe vehicle, and a clean driving record
Able to lift up to 50 lbs., and to engage in physical activities like running, jumping, reaching with arms, etc.
RBT certification (i.e., Registered Behavior Technician). If not certified at time of offer, must be attained within the orientation/training period or before working with patients. LittleStar will cover the cost associated with obtaining certification.
To learn more about ABA Therapy and to get a head start on becoming an RBT, complete a free 40-hour training through Autism Partnership Foundation. https://autismpartnershipfoundation.org/courses/rbt/
To inspire, serve, and guide all those touched by autism to achieve a better reality.
To be the trusted, innovative, compassionate partner creating new possibilities for individuals touched by autism across their lifespan.
Real Care, Real Advocacy, and Real Progress