We're looking for caring and professional Behavior Technicians to join our team
Behavior Technicians (BT’s) will work directly under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and will provide services within the client's home. The focus of the job is to help the child/adolescent develop emotionally and behaviorally through the implementation of play-based approaches and behavior plans designed by the BCBA. BT’s will record data after every session and report directly to their Program Supervisor.
Candidates must be able to work independently, be self-driven and work in sometimes stressful environments.
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in behavior analysis, behavioral health, education, or some other related field and a minimum of one year working with children diagnosed with AutismorAn associate's degree or an equal amount of credit hours completed from an accredited institution in behavior analysis, behavioral health, education or some other related field and a minimum of 2 years working with children diagnosed with Autism.
- Proof of certification in physical management is required; however, this certification is also provided free of charge
Autism: 1 year (Required)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (3pm-7pm)
* RBT training is offered after 6 months of employment
* Will provide free supervision for students working towards their BCBA Certification