Behavior Technician

Location: Various cities in Michigan

Job Description

  • Part-time (15-25 hours/week), entry level position, hourly rate based on experience
  • Afternoon and evening hours available (M-F, approx. 3pm-8pm)
  • Hundreds of locations in the state of Michigan
  • Unlimited growth potential
  • Eligible for pay increases/bonuses every 6 months
  • Work for a company who fosters, invests in and provides for their employees!
The Behavior Technician will work full or part-time or on an as-needed basis under the supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (“BCBA”) or designee and will work directly with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder on a 1:1 basis. The Behavior Technician will provide individualized Applied Behavior Analysis (“ABA”) therapy services in the context specified within client’s individualized treatment plan including home, center, school, or community-based setting. The Behavior Technician will implement learning programs (i.e., communication, play skills, social interaction, adaptive life skills), collect data on target behaviors, communicate with client stakeholders, maintain client confidentiality, and regularly meet with their direct leader. The Behavior Technician will be expected to act in a responsible manner when working in the home or representing company in the community. Success as a Behavior Technician is measured by many factors, including but not limited to successfully achieving and maintaining all duties and responsibilities.


The below reflects the essential functions considered necessary for a Behavior Technician and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job or assigned by supervisory personnel. This job description is used as a guide only and not inclusive of all responsibilities and job duties.

Provide ABA therapy services directly to clients, primarily in a 1:1 setting at the client’s home or one of the company’s centers utilizing a combination of intensive teaching and natural environment training arrangements:

  • Follow the prescribed behavioral skill acquisitions, behavior reduction protocols, and client behavioral plans
  • Observe client behavior and collect, record, and summarize data on such
  • Aid parent and caregiver training in line with the client’s individualized treatment and behavior reduction protocols
  • Ensure documentation is completed on time and follow established procedures
  • Effectively communicate with parents and caregivers regarding client progress under the instruction of the Supervising Clinician or BCBA
  • Utilize safe and appropriate procedures when working with clients, including de-escalation of client behaviors
  • Appropriately report all critical incidents and safety concerns in accordance with payor requirements and reporting policies
  • Support a clean, safe, and organized environment to effectively work with the client and provide therapy services

Qualifications & Requirements

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