Behavior technicians are a crucial component of a successful ABA team. We seek to hire individuals who are patient, compassionate, and love working with children. Behavior technicians and/or Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) work directly with Autistic children to implement skill acquisition and behavior modification plans. The skills being taught pertain to the values and goals identified by the client, their caregivers, and the BCBA.
As a practice, ABA tends to have a high turnover rate, and we do our best to respect the work-life balance of our employees in order to avoid burnout. We aim to provide our Behavior Technicians with a supportive environment through consistent communication and compassionate responses and solutions to feedback on processes that may not be meeting expectations in the field. Additionally, we seek to foster a collaborative culture where all staff can learn from each other. Behavior techs will interact with their supervisors at minimum once per week. BCBAs are required to conduct weekly supervision, in order to ensure treatment fidelity and support direct care staff. For more information about promotional opportunities as an RBT, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.