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Behavior Technician Job- Tigard OR

Behavior Technician


Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (CARD)

Part Time (Hourly)

  • Interest in working with persons with autism (experience preferred but not required)

  • High School Diploma (GED acceptable)

  • Reliable transportation or own vehicle with proof of auto insurance

  • Knowledge of iPads or similar

  • Must pass criminal background check and must pass tuberculosis test

  • Hourly rate based on years of experience and location 
  • Mileage will be paid along with travel time 
  • Yearly reviews with potential for pay increases 
  • Paid training program 
  • Additional opportunities for advancement 
  • Travel opportunities both domestic and international 
  • For qualifying employees, benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, flex spending program, 401K, sick pay, tuition assistance program and discount programs for company related items.
  • Opportunities to participate in research
  • Available bonus and rewards program
  • Assistance will be provided to become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) 
  • Opportunities to obtain Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT) 
  • Career Development Assistance if you wish to pursue becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Board Certified Behavior Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) preparation programs 
Training Opportunities include:

Becoming a Registered or Board Ceritified professional to work with individuals with Autism as listed below:
  • Behavior Technician
  • Certified Autism Technician 
  • Certified assistant Behavior Analyst  
  • Certified Behavior Analyst

When you become a Behavior Technician, you will participate in a training program where you will develop robust skills in the following areas of responsibility:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Discrete trial teaching techniques

  • Management of maladaptive behaviors

  • Social skills development

  • Data collection techniques applicable to our patient population

Training opportunities continue throughout employment as our Behavior Technicians receive ongoing supervision from professional clinicians for each patient with whom they work.  This is your opportunity to build a career.

Because you are working with patients in their natural environment, physical activity is a regular part of this role. Examples include:

  • Sitting on the floor, in small chairs, and similar

  • Able to anticipate and respond to movement quickly, in case you need to block a doorway or prevent a patient from entering a busy street, etc.

  • Able to lift up to 30lb

  • Keen observational skills

  • Occasionally evade aggressive behavior

  • Working indoors & outdoors in all types of weather

Do you love working with all kinds of people?  Are you looking for a new career making a difference in an someone's life?  Do you want long term career growth and opportunity from your next position?

This is an entry level position where you can train on the job to become a Registered Behavior Technician within a month.  

Behavior Technicians implement 1:1 behavioral intervention programs to persons of all ages with autism and related disorders, in their homes, community settings and serve as instructional shadows in school settings. 

As a Behavior Technician you'll have a direct influence on patient success. 

Treatment programs are designed and supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at all times.

You will be provided with extensive initial and ongoing training throughout your career, always at your own pace and going in the direction you want. 

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Why You’ll Love this Job

Are you compassionate and expressive, a great listener, and easily able to help individuals understand themselves or their situations better? Do you enjoy working in different spaces and places, developing relationships and doing work that makes a difference? Would you love to work in a casual setting with flexible hours and the opportunity to develop a career?

Begin your new career as a Behavior Technician at CARD, and learn how to implement one on one behavioral intervention programs to help patients with Autism. In your new role as a Behavior Technician, you may work in patients’ homes, community settings, schools, or even in natural settings like parks and playgrounds.

You will participate in a Behavior Technician training program to learn about Applied Behavior Analysis, teaching techniques, social skills development, and other relevant skills. As you progress, continued training is available to help you advance your career.

Perks & Benefits

  • Competitive hourly rate commensurate with experience and geographic region
  • Comprehensive paid initial and ongoing training
  • Travel time pay and mileage reimbursement
  • Paid Sick Time & opportunities for Paid Holidays
  • Access to Mentorship Manager
  • Sponsorship to earn credentials to advance your career
    • Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT)
    • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
    •  Free Continuing Education to maintain your credential
  • Potential opportunities for quarterly bonuses and rewards incentive program
  • Flexible part-time schedules
  • Annual performance reviews with potential for wage increases
  • Monthly socials, trainings & awards
  • Paid Clinic times
  • Opportunities for career advancement with increased compensation and benefits at each level
  • Educational Assistance Program, Master’s in psychology program, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) preparation program
    • Free supervision and training for maintaining credentials
  • Opportunities for paid internships
  • Therapist Rewards Program
  • Employee discounts for cell phone service, restaurants, retail stores, travel, recreation, and more

Training Opportunities

  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Credential

  • Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT) Credential

  • Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) coaching and supervision

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) supervision and guidance, and more!


  • Eager, energetic and passionate demeanor

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent

  • Your own vehicle with proof of auto insurance or another reliable means of transportation

  • Must pass TB test and criminal background check

  • Availability to work 3 weekday afternoon or evening shifts (2-8pm) and 1 weekend day shift (9am-5pm)

About CARD

The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is among the world’s oldest and largest autism treatment providers.  Founded in 1990, CARD now has over 100 locations throughout the United States and internationally.  As CARD continues to add new locations, CARD is always hiring both entry-level and experienced individuals. If you are interested in working with individuals affected by autism spectrum disorder, we invite you to explore CARD’s job postings with the knowledge that CARD provides all training, including extensive initial and ongoing training and support.

With locations open 7 days a week, CARD offers both traditional and flexible workdays and hours and a clear career path with tuition assistance for employees who qualify. Find out more about the rewarding job of working with individuals affected by autism and the opportunities for advancement and travel.

CARD is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Interviewing and hiring immediately for multiple Behavior Technician job openings near you. Apply now!

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Type: Part Time (Hourly)
Date Posted: Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:48:48 GMT