Job Description

Behavior Technician for Outpatient ABA - Per Diem

Location: Metro West
Type: PerDiem/Relief

Behavior Technician Outpatient ABA 

Position available in the Boston Metro, Merrimack Valley, Metro West, South Shore, and North Shore areas.

TILL provides essential support to adults with developmental disabilities, learning differences, acquired brain injury, and other specialized needs through a wide range of housing options, from structured, staffed, small group living to individualized support options. TILL is committed to creating a work environment which expands learning, offers career growth opportunities, and satisfaction in knowing that each of us can and does make a difference in someone else’s life.
We are seeking ABA technicians to be a part of our enthusiastic team committed to providing excellent ABA services to children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism. Our team offers individualized home-based ABA services for our clients after school and early evening. With the guidance of an ABA analyst the Behavior technician implements behavior modification plans as well as track the child’s progress through data collection and analysis. The BT works to improve the family’s quality of life, communication, and household stability. 
Schedule is flexible. In the morning before or in the afternoon after school

•    Provide coaching and modeling for child and family based on guidance of ABA analyst
•    Utilize Safety Care de-escalation strategies
•    Monitor progress of goals/objectives of behavior treatment plan and provide ABA analyst with feedback
•    Collaboration between BCBA and ABA technician mandatory
•    Attend supervision and monthly staff meetings, as well as mandatory on-boarding and assigned trainings 
•    Local travel to clients
•    Follow program policies and procedures

•    18 years or older
•    High school diploma required with 12 months experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, particularly autism
•    Associates degree in either a human, social, or educational services discipline, or a degree certification related to behavior management and a minimum of six months of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, particularly autism 
•    Enrollment in BCBA/master’s program
•    Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)preferred but not required
•    Must have a reliable vehicle and a valid driver’s license, and be willing to travel within the Greater Boston area
•    Strong computer literacy skills
•    Bilingual individuals strongly encouraged to apply, but not required
•    Patience, empathy, and compassion
•    Sound judgement, especially during crises\
•    Demonstrated ability to model, teach, and support
•    Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
•    Demonstrated ability to accept and provide constructive feedback
•    Meets productivity expectations
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills