Registered Behavioral Technician
Reports to: Director of Programs / BCBA
In addition to providing direct care to our clients, our Registered Behavior Technicians will be expected to implement individualized programs for adults based on ABA principles that increase communication, self-help, social and employment skills
B.A. or 6 years valid experience.
Utilize positive reinforcement and antecedent modification to increase appropriate behaviors over time.
Manage inappropriate behaviors that occur. Through the implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) and consultation with our Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs)
Facilitate interactions with peers, coworkers, and families.
Keep the clients motivated to learn through preference assessments.
Must be creative with daily activities.
Have fun with our clients while teaching them the skills that they need!
Accurately record information on the clients progress throughout the session.
Be courteous & professional with families, and organizations.
Communicate confidentially and professionally with behavior analysts.
Additional Essential Functions:
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills: spoken and written
Possess a driver's license with reliable transportation and auto insurance for driving to and from clients.
Have access to a working cell phone.
Additional Required Skills:
Have experience working with Adults and/or managing challenging behaviors with adults (preferred).
Compensation is based upon level of education and experience
If you are interested in exploring the opportunities, please send a letter of interest and resume to: