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Behavioral Technician


Behavioral Technician

Irvine, CA
Part Time
  • Responsibilities



    401(k) matching

    Competitive salary

    Flexible schedule

    Health insurance

    Paid time off

    Tuition assistance

    We are seeking a Behavioral Technician to join our team of professionals who are committed to improving the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and related conditions. The Behavioral Technician will work under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and will be responsible for implementing individualized behavior intervention plans.

    Our team of ABA professionals led by Gabriella Nelson, BCBA (AKA @thebehaviorchick on Instagram) utilizes evidence-based techniques to teach in a fun way a wide range of skills, such as communication, socialization, and daily living skills, to children who require individualized support. We work closely with families, caregivers, and other healthcare professionals to create a fun treatment plan that meets the unique needs of each child.

    No experience required!


    Implementing behavior intervention plans developed by a BCBA

    Collecting data on clients' progress toward behavioral goals

    Conducting preference assessments and other data collection procedures

    Assisting with skill acquisition programs, such as language and social skills

    Providing feedback to parents, teachers, and other caregivers on clients' progress

    Maintaining accurate and timely records of clients' progress and behavior incidents

    Participating in ongoing training and professional development opportunities


    Strong interpersonal and communication skills

    Enjoys working with children.

    Ability to work independently and as part of a team

    Reliable transportation and willingness to travel to clients' homes or schools

    Ability to pass a background check, drug screening, and TB test.

    High School Diploma

    A lively personality for sessions!

    Salary and Benefits:

    Entry level after completion of required 40hr training $18 per hour+ for billable work (once pass RBT exam $20+ per hour) and $16 for indirect work (drive time, breaks, mentorship, etc).

    Experienced Behavioral Techs will be offered a competitive rate.

    Cell phone reimbursement

    Mileage and drive time between clients

    Opportunities for professional development and advancement within the organization

    401K matching

    Healthcare for full time employees.

    Are you one of the following?

    Psychology major: Behavioral analysis is rooted in the principles of psychology, particularly the study of behavior and how it is affected by the environment. A psychology major may have a strong understanding of these principles, as well as experience with research and data analysis.

    Special education major: Individuals with developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders are often in need of special education services, and a major in special education may provide candidates with experience working with these populations, as well as knowledge of special education laws and regulations.

    Communications major: Effective communication skills are essential for any role in the behavioral analysis field, as professionals must communicate with clients, caregivers, and other members of the treatment team. A communications major may have experience with written and verbal communication, as well as experience with public speaking and presenting.

    Join our team of dedicated professionals and make a positive impact on the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families