Behavior Technicians

Helping children with autism reach their full potential

Each office is directed by a Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst (BCBA/LBA). The BCBAs lead close-knit teams of Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) as they provide in-home Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to children and families in their local communities.

The mission of the Behavior Technician is to diligently execute treatment plan programs, as directed by a BCBA, to clients with autism or related special needs in order for the clients to achieve mastery of behavior treatment goals. This requires compassion, a firm grasp of ABA, and professionalism.

If you desire to help children with autism or special needs, want to build a career where you can serve others, and be well-compensated, Hi-5 ABA may be a great fit for you! Hi-5 ABA franchisees provide supervision and training for Technicians interested in becoming BCBA-certified. This position often has flexible hours (part-time or full-time) and involves high levels of interaction with the client, the client’s family, other Technicians, and your BCBA Supervisor.

A Behavior Technician is required to have, at minimum, a high school diploma (or equivalent) and at least 40-hours’ direct training which qualifies for RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) certification with the BACB. Adult and Pediatric CPR/BLS is required to be with clients one-on-one. Hi-5 ABA also requires multiple background checks and a TB screening to ensure the safety of clients. Additional educational requirements may apply for Medicaid/Humana service providers.

To apply, click the button below, then upload your Resume and Cover Letter.

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