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Behavior Technician

Behavior Technician


Kidspiration Pediatric Therapy is an EIDT facility offering Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to clients diagnosed with autism. ABA therapy is a highly individualized evidence-based therapy designed to build and foster appropriate socially significant behaviors. Through the use of science based behavioral interventions - target behaviors such as communication, social skills and adaptive skills are a primary focus to promote independence for all learners. We are currently looking for individuals to work as Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) in an “in-clinic” setting at our Mountain Home location.


We believe that only well supported teams can do their best work for our kids and families. You will not want to miss the opportunity to get in on the ground level of a growing company with a great team! It’s OK if you haven’t worked as a behavior technician before. We will provide you with training and support to learn about implementation of ABA therapy. In fact, in the early days of your employment we will support you in achieving the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential.



Pay: $13.00 to $16.00 an hour depending on experience.

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM center-based schedule
Job Types: Full-time


Mentorship with experienced RBTs and BCBAs

Ongoing training



What Does a Behavior Technician Do at Kidspiration?


  • Work 1:1 with children with autism under the direct supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) by applying evidence-based techniques in a therapy setting.
  • Teach individuals with autism focusing on communication, play, making friends, and age-appropriate skill building.

  • Follow treatment plans prescribed by BCBAs while promptly communicating new, relevant information back to BCBAs to help refine plans for clients.

  • Keep clients motivated by tailoring activities/techniques to their preferences.

  • Respond intentionally to challenging behavior by helping clients de-escalate and prompting appropriate skills.

  • Maintain accurate records of client performance/progress via data collection and clinical notes while adhering to privacy and other requirements.

  • Partner with BCBAs and clinical leadership to build relationships with families by providing effective, relatable information.

  • Prepare materials for upcoming sessions

  • Support other technicians as needed

  • Adhere to HIPPA and ethical guidelines

  • Attend meetings, trainings, and workshops to acquire further knowledge

  • Help with initiatives outside clinical role as requested

  • Support growth efforts by sharing job postings and participating in community outreach events

  • Toilet training and diaper changing may be required


About You:


  • Have an energetic attitude and desire to help kids succeed
  • High School diploma or equivalent required

  • Experience working with children preferred

  • Experience with special needs individuals preferred

  • Must be able to maintain a reliable schedule

  • Are sensitive to working with an ethnically, linguistically, culturally, and economically diverse population

  • Have the ability to remain calm and neutral in challenging situations

  • Have successful background clearance and reference checks


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