Registered Behavior Technician

Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc. - Pooler, GA


Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc. is seeking highly qualified Registered Behavior Technicians to provide applied behavior analysis services. Applicants that do not possess Registered Behavior Technician credentials will be provided training to work in the role of behavior technician. The ideal candidate must possess passion in choosing this career path as a calling; this is imperative and expected when providing ABA therapy services to our clients from all of our behavior technicians.

At Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc., our behavior technicians are all trained extensively to provide the most advanced ABA therapy supervised by Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Behavior Technicians that are hired by Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc. receive the minimum training requirements to become a Registered Behavior Technician by the BACB. In addition, our behavior technicians also receive a minimum of 6-8 weeks of intensive ABA implementation training supervised by the BCBA prior to rendering ABA services to our clients. As a Behavior Technician for Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc., you will receive ongoing training, supervision and support from our BCBA at least weekly. The BCBA provides session-by-session supervision, evaluation, training, and feedback.

Our Behavior Technicians receive frequent ongoing training in the application of ABA techniques via monthly client specific trainings conducted by the BCBA or supervised by the BCBA, one-on-one therapy supervised by the BCBA, and monthly clinical staff training's. To ensure quality of services provided by our behavior technicians, they receive monthly ABA Implementation Trainings. In addition to direct training provided, we also complete 100% weekly chart audit for all clients to review progress and ensure proper implementation of applied behavior analysis procedures and behavior reduction techniques are utilized in order to maximize our clients’ therapy outcomes. Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc.’s Behavior Technicians are also encouraged to attend outside ABA conferences and continuing education training's.

Behavior Technicians receive extensive on the job training that will allow them to enhance their current knowledge of ABA Therapy, while introducing new concepts and ideas that will allow them to achieve maximum clinical care and provide the most effective therapy to clients. We provide our behavior technicians with a variety of opportunities to expand their career in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis to include training supervision required to become credentialed as a Qualified Autism Services Provider, Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. All supervision hour training requirements are received here at Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc. to applied behavior analysis staff seeking advancement.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor Degree in Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Special Education or related field preferred, but not required approved by the BACB.
  • Completion of forty (40) hours Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) training required to work with learners with Autistic Disorder.
  • CPR certification and First Aid required.
  • Restraint training preferred; however, applicants who do not possess current training will be provided by Coastal Autism Therapy Center, Inc.

Required Skills

The position requires patience, a positive attitude, and good communication skills, as well as the ability to handle stress and time management in a busy atmosphere. Exceptional customer service skills are required. The candidate must also have the ability to work long and flexible hours.

The candidate must have:

  • The ability to maintain professional and ethical conduct at all times.
  • The ability to demonstrate professional behavior by adhering to organizational policies and procedures and assuming authority appropriately.
  • Must be able to accept constructive feedback.
  • The ability to follow oral and written instructions.
  • Good writing, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Creative, patient, positive and passionately enjoy working with individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
  • Must be able to implement and understand behavior assessments and plans, record client behavior, while fully engaging the client at all times during each session.
  • Provide supportive care to all clients and families to ensure therapy results are achieved to the fullest potential.
  • The ability to provide services in the center, home, school, and/or community to best meet the needs of the individual and their family.
  • Implement programs as directed and supervised by the BCBA.
  • Obtain continuing education opportunities to ensure they are up-to-date with the most current research on Applied Behavior Analysis by attending conferences and workshops.
  • Have no prior criminal history and have a clean state, federal and national criminal background check completed.
  • Subject to drug

This position is a permanent full-time benefited position that is very high-demanding in an extremely fast paced environment.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Behavior Analysis: 1 year (Preferred)


  • Bachelor's (Required)


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance