We are currently hiring part-time behavior technicians in the San Fernando Valley. BTs are required to drive to client's homes within the SFV to provide applied behavior analysis services. The hours that we service our clients are typically M-F between 3-8pm and Saturdays 9-2.
Behavior technicians provided one-on-one in-home applied behavior analysis services to individuals with special needs to help teach them new skills. Our ultimate goal is to help clients become as independent as possible, teach them socially significant skills, and improve their quality of life.
Skill Knowledge and Ability Requirements
• Some college experience. Ideal candidates will have a BA/BS, in the field of psychology,
special education, behavior analysis, sociology, or any other related field.
• Previous experience working with a special needs population.
• Experience implementing Applied Behavior Analysis Principles (training provided)
• Must be available to work on Saturdays
• Possess excellent time management skills and knowledge of street routes/maps
• Utilizes professional language (avoid slang) when conversing
• Must possess the ability to communicate electronically.
• Must have reliable transportation and current liability insurance for the vehicle
Minimum Physical and Mental Demands
• Must stand, sit, twist, kneel, bend-over, crouch down, walk, sprint (in the event of client
elopement), & sit/play on floor for extended periods of time
• Must be able to lift, push, and pull up to 40 lbs without assistance from another adult
• Act or react to behaviors in an appropriate manner
• Utilize CPI techniques when a child aggresses and under no circumstance restrain, hold,
pinch, push, hit, or provide any physical or mental discomfort to the child.
• Must be able to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high SES
• Ability to work with clients that may have sexual dysfunctions or other potentially disturbing
• Must be comfortable working in homes (studio apt, housing project, etc.) of families with
• Provide one to one intervention, utilizing the Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis in a
Discrete Trial Training session or Adaptive Skills Training in the home, school or
• Attend monthly team meetings as required.
• Provide feedback to supervisor(s) regarding the consumer's progress, goal development,
need for new programming, and quality of intervention provided by instructors on each
• Accept, follow, and implement directions from Supervisor(s) and Clinical Director(s).
• Communicate parental concerns immediately to the supervisor.
• Use appropriate techniques when managing difficult behaviors
• Effectively follow the set behavior plan