JOB DESCRITION - Behavior Technician
Implement programs based on ABA principles improving communication, self-help, social and
Responsible for maintaining positive rapport with supervisors/teams and families,
communicating professionally, punctual and consistent attendance, time management, and
performance improvement, including responding appropriately to feedback.
Keep a consistent record of client’s progress.
Manage challenging behaviors that occur.
Maintain confidentiality of client information.
Travel to client’s homes/community settings, as required to deliver services.
May be responsible for diapering and toileting if applicable, and for cleaning, sanitizing and/or
disinfecting toys or work surfaces
Have the ability to regularly walk, stand, or squat, crouch, bend, stoop, sit on the ground, and
stand up from the ground or floor. Regularly kneel, crawl on the floor, and sit in child-sized
chairs, lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Occasionally
may require running or otherwise moving quickly.
Exhibit manual dexterity to regularly enter data into a computer/tablet/phone; regularly use a
computer/tablet/phone to view electronic screens.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision,
and ability to adjust focus.
Specific auditory abilities required by this job include perceiving the nature of sounds at normal
to below normal speaking levels with or without correction, ability to receive detailed
information through oral communication and to make discrimination in sound, spatial
awareness of sounds and speech at a variety of volume levels, often in background noise.
Be able to speak in a manner easily understood, be capable of driving a motor vehicle regularly.