What is a Behavior Technician?

Want to make a difference and do great things, but don’t know where to start? Looking to work alongside like-minded, mission-focused colleagues? Searching for experience and skills to help you down the road?

Consider becoming a behavior technician (BT) with LEARN Behavioral. BTs work one-on-one with children with autism, helping them build skills in communication, play, socialization, and daily living. Turn your passion for working with kids into a job where you can help your community while building exceptional experience.

We offer:

  • competitive pay, paid time off, and plenty of advancement opportunities
  • rewards beyond a paycheck
  • work schedules that meets your needs—full-time or part-time

And, we provide all the training and support you need to be successful. All we ask is that you bring a steady supply of compassion, empathy, enthusiasm, kindness, goodwill, and reliability.