Current openings

1. Office Administration- Part Time 25 hours per week

ATC is looking for an intelligent, energetic, efficient addition to our team!

Location: New Berlin, WI

Job Description

Autism Treatment for Children is looking for an intelligent, energetic, efficient addition to our team! 
Our ideal teammate will be well organized and have the ability to multi-task in a small office environment. 
Daily tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Tracking Data

  • Organizing Data

  • Creating Spreadsheets to keep the organizing efficiently

  • Create processes to streamline work

  • Answer phones energetically

  • Respond to teammate's questions in a prompt manner

  • Take notes at meetings

  • Prepare documents for insurance audits

  • Ordering supplies and tracking inventory

  • Distribute and collect annual forms

Required Education

  • High School or Equivalent

Required Experience

  • 3+ years

  • Pay will be commensurate with experience

Does this sound like your perfect fit?  Apply now on the join our team page! www.atcwi.com

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Statement:        

 

ATC provides equal opportunity in all of our employment practices to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military status, genetic information or any other category protected by federal, state and local laws.  ATC recognizes the need to identify job groups and classifications with under-representation, set goals, and plans for increasing the employment of such under-represented groups through outreach, recruitment, training, and other activities and commitments.

 

 

 

 

2. Treatment Technician

ATC is looking for a fun loving, energetic, dedicated addition to our team!

Location: Milwaukee, Waukesha, West Allis, New Berlin, Sussex, Oak Creek, South Milwaukee, Cudahy

Job Description

  • Spend a minimum of 6 hours per week with one of our kiddos

  • Attend team meetings led by the Treatment Therapist member to discuss client’s progress, challenges encountered, goals, etc.

  • Receive weekly one on one supervision from Treatment Therapist member during therapy with your child client to allow Treatment Therapist member to evaluate performance and offer instruction and coaching.

  • Collect and record data accurately in the data book in accordance with guidelines established by Treatment Therapist member.

  • Assist parents by, for example, preparing the reinforcers you wish to use.Treatment Technician members are not expected to baby-sit, wake, or feed the child.

  • The Treatment Technician member position requires the ability to articulate clearly with clients as they are often learning to speak.

  • Read over, review, and initial all behavior notes, Treatment Therapist member’s notes, and team meetings notes, before starting your session.

The Treatment Technician position also requires a great deal of patience, love, flexibility, and perseverance.While children with autism are sweet, energetic, and fun, the particular child with whom your work may have significant self-care and/or behavioral needs, particularly during periods of frustration.Thus, Treatment Technician members must be psychologically prepared for the possibility of challenging behavior.This could include, for example, crying, tantrums, kicking, hitting, biting, lack of cooperation, child’s attempts at self-injury, urination or bowel movement accidents, etc.The Treatment Technician members may have to ward off or block a child when the child exhibits aggressive behaviors.Such a response requires agility, quick reflexes, and the ability to use physically evasive movement.Your therapy notes should always describe any challenging behaviors occurring during your shift so that your Treatment Therapist member can devise a plan of action for dealing with the behaviors.

Required Education

  • High School or Equivalent

Required Experience

  • None- We provide 40 hours of paid on the job training

Does this sound like your perfect fit?  Apply now on the join our team page! www.atcwi.com

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Statement:        

 

ATC provides equal opportunity in all of our employment practices to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military status, genetic information or any other category protected by federal, state and local laws.  ATC recognizes the need to identify job groups and classifications with under-representation, set goals, and plans for increasing the employment of such under-represented groups through outreach, recruitment, training, and other activities and commitments.

 

 

3. Treatment Therapist

ATC is looking for a fun loving, energetic, dedicated addition to our team!

Location: Milwaukee, Waukesha, West Allis, New Berlin, Sussex, Oak Creek, South Milwaukee, Cudahy

Job Description

The Treatment Therapist is a professional level position.  The Treatment Therapist must complete ATC’s Treatment Therapist Training Program.  Treatment Therapists are paid an annual salary and work under the direct supervision of Dr. Jill Rudman.

In addition to their other responsibilities, Treatment Therapists are required to attend a weekly staffing during which case progress, case management, and personnel and clinical issues are discussed with Dr. Jill Rudman.

 

The following represents a summary of the Treatment Therapist’s job duties:

 

  • Develops and implements the appropriate therapeutic course for each child on an ongoing basis. This includes taking appropriate training and supervisory measures to insure that therapy is being implemented consistently across Treatment Therapists.

  • Supervises approximately 5 teams, spending 5 hours per week, every week, in direct service to each child with whom the Treatment Therapist works. This is based on a full-time 40+ salaried position. Treatment Therapists are responsible for their own scheduling and for communicating their schedules to their families within a timely manner.

  • Maintains the data book.

  • Holds weekly, one-hour team meetings and provide weekly program updates (in writing) for the therapy team to implement each week.

  • Ensures that each child is being scheduled for his/her allotted hours that are covered by the state waiver or by the child’s private insurance, in collaboration with the parents and Dr. Jill Rudman.

  • Provides direct and individual supervision of each Treatment Therapist, weekly or biweekly.

  • Consults with Dr. Jill Rudman and Kim Bingen-Ward to apprise them of therapy, staff, or personnel matters requiring their attention.

  • Conducts performance evaluations of Treatment Therapist, implements any required developmental and/or corrective action measures, and otherwise keep owners appraised of personnel issues. Therapy issues should be documented in the Treatment Therapists’ employee logs on a weekly basis.

  • Prepares monthly progress reports.

  • Attends school meetings as needed, observes school-age children at least monthly if supported by the school and county case coordinators, when applicable.

  • Meets with parents to address programming, as needed.

  • Develops and implements the child’s treatment plan and behavioral treatment plan.

  • Runs progress reviews with the parents, Kim Bingen-Ward, and Dr. Jill Rudman.

  • Attends a weekly staff meeting.

  • Returns phone calls and e-mails of staff and parents in a timely manner (typically within 24 hours).

  • ATC services clients in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington Counties. Therapists may be called upon to travel to any of these counties to serve clients. ATC makes every effort to keep travel to a reasonable level for each of its Treatment Therapists, but it is the expectation that Treatment Therapists be willing to travel to any of our service areas.

     

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree required.

  • 2000 hours of supervised experience using applied behavior analysis or an equivalent behavior modification therapy with children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorders.

  • Passing score of 88% or higher on all trainings

  • Ongoing training as required

  • Willingness to travel to any of ATC’s service areas – Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to follow specific instructions.

  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries in interactions with client, family, and Technicians.

  • Physical requirement of lifting is 30 to 50 pounds.  See below for other specific physical requirements.

Does this sound like your perfect fit?  Apply now on the join our team page! www.atcwi.com

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Statement:        

 

ATC provides equal opportunity in all of our employment practices to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military status, genetic information or any other category protected by federal, state and local laws.  ATC recognizes the need to identify job groups and classifications with under-representation, set goals, and plans for increasing the employment of such under-represented groups through outreach, recruitment, training, and other activities and commitments.

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