Gain rewarding experience with Behavioral Concepts (BCI) —part of LEARN Behavioral!
With one in 36 children diagnosed with autism, this entry-level job is in big demand. As a Behavior Technician at BCI, you’ll have the exciting role of helping children with autism learn, grow, and build communication, socialization, and self-help skills through a form of play-based therapy known as applied behavior analysis (ABA)!
See why working with BCI could be the perfect fit for you: https://lrnbvr.com/why-learn
Working as a Behavior Technician requires some specific characteristics that we look for, including:
For over 20 years, BCI has provided evidence-based, contemporary ABA therapy to help children and young adults with autism find success.
We understand there are many jobs in the market now to consider, but if you’re looking for rewarding work and an opportunity to learn new skills that you can use throughout your life, you’ve come to the right place!
At BCI, we want to help you reach your career goals. Once you learn the ropes of ABA, there’s potential to be promoted in as little as three months and plenty of opportunities to develop professionally! Check out our additional perks.
Physical requirements vary and are based on specific client assignments. You may be asked to engage in any of the following: push, pull, and lift up to 35 pounds and move quickly, according to client needs. It is necessary to be able to sit on the floor, stoop, stand, walk, and run.
Ready to make a difference in someone’s life, including your own? Apply today.
BCI is part of LEARN Behavioral, a collective group of ABA providers dedicated to delivering collaborative care and nurturing the unique potential of children with autism and special needs in communities from coast-to-coast.
LEARN Behavioral is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Candidates interested in the following positions will find this role similarly rewarding and are encouraged to apply: teacher, psychologist, behavior analyst, speech and language pathologist, occupational therapist, social worker, home health aide (HHA), teacher aide, child care worker, instructor, counselor, education assistant, home care worker, caregiver, mental health therapist, childcare assistant, paraprofessional, life skills coach.
This position is similar to the following positions at other companies: behavioral technician, behavior therapist, registered behavior technician, RBT, board certified autism therapist, BCAT, behavior treatment technician, ABA tutor, line therapist, behavior interventionist, autism instructor, licensed behavior analyst, and board certified behavior analyst.