Are you looking for an entry-level position where you can make a positive impact? Do you want to work with kids and potentially have a long-term career in a growing field?
If so, then we want to talk to you about our Behavior Technician positions!
“I love when a parent tells me that the work we do has changed their child’s life and the lives of the whole family. Nothing is more rewarding than changing lives for the better! “ – Emily M., ABS Kids Employee
What would you do?
As a Behavior Technician/ Registered Behavior Technician, you will work one on one with children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, whether it be from a patient's home, school, or in one of our centers designed specifically for children with autism.
Why work for ABS Kids?
Great part-time opportunities and long-term rewarding careers available, whichever you are seeking!:
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Apply today if you have experience in the following positions or fields or want to work with kids for the first time:
After-School Counselor, autism spectrum disorder, Babysitting, Behavior Analyst, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Behavioral Health, Behavioral Health Technician, Behavior Specialist, Camp Counselor, Caregiver, Child Development, Childcare, Children, Coach, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Developmental Condition, Developmental Disabilities, Direct Support Professionals, Education, Habilitation Technician, Healthcare, Intervention, Kids, Mental Health Specialist, Medical student, Modification, Neurobehavioral Lab Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Paraprofessional, Preschool Teacher, Psychology, Respite Care, Social Learning, Social Services, Social Skills, Sociology, Special Education Teacher, Speech Language Pathology Assistant Teacher Assistant, Teacher's aide, Therapy, Tutor, Working with Children, Youth Program Coordinator.
Likewise, if you have an educational background in any of the following fields, we encourage you to apply:
Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavior Science, Child Development, Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Education, Human Development, Liberal Studies, Nursing, Psychology, Psychiatry, Speech and Hearing Services, Social Work, Rehabilitation, Sociology, or related field.
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