BASICS NW LLC is currently recruiting ABA Behavior Technicians in the following areas:
▪ Cowlitz County (Longview/Kelso, Castle Rock/Toledo Area)
▪ Vancouver, WA
BASICS NW provides effective, evidence-based behavioral intervention through Applied Behavior Analysis to families and their children with autism in western Washington State.
We provide children and adolescents with cognitive and/or behavioral challenges, their families, and other pertinent team members highly-effective tools to improve quality of life for our client families.
Full and part-time positions available for Monday-Friday – HIRING IMMEDIATELY
The successful candidate for an ABA Behavior Technician must be capable of fulfilling the following responsibilities:
Required Qualifications for ABA Behavior Technicians (BTs):
✓ Be at least 18 years of age
✓ Able to pass criminal background check and drug screening
Preferred Qualifications for ABA Behavior Technicians (BTs):
One of the three following educational requirements must be met:
o must have completed a minimum of 12 semesters hours of college work in psychology, education, social work, behavioral sciences, human development or related fields, such as counseling, occupational therapy, SLP, and be currently enrolled in a course of study leading to an associate’s or bachelor’s degree by an accredited college or
o must have completed a minimum of 48 semester hours of college courses in an psychology, education, social work, behavioral sciences, human development or related fields, such as counseling, occupational therapy, SLP, and be currently enrolled in a course of study leading to an associate’s or bachelor’s degree by an accredited college or accredited college or university;
o must possess a High School diploma or GED equivalent and have completed 500 hours of employment providing supervised ABA
✓ Successfully complete a criminal background registry check at the time of application
✓ Completed an approved 40-hour training program (conducted by a BACB certificant) based on the RBT Task List
✓ Passed the RBT Competency Assessment
✓ Experience working with children with special needs, driver’s license, transportation, and willingness to travel to home, school, and/or clinic settings to conduct behavioral intervention services for clients
✓ Possess a passion for working with children and families, have a high level of commitment and professionalism, and eager to learn more each and every day to better serve client families
✓ Field experience working with children with ASD by providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Pivotal Response Training (PRT), Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Natural Environment Teaching (NET), Verbal Behavior, and/or data collection, etc.
*BASICS NW will facilitate this training for the right candidate(s)
When submitting your information for consideration, please identify the location you are interested in, hours of availability, and ensure resume is updated to reflect all ABA and related experience.
Hourly Compensation: $15-$22 based upon education, experience and location
▪ Benefits Package with Medical, Dental, Vision & Retirement
▪ Access to materials and technology
▪ Part of a collaborative team environment that is passionate about finding ways to provide ABA services to families, no matter their geographic or socioeconomic limitations