Behavior Technician Position
The Madrone School is a private, non-profit school that provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and educational services in a full-day, year-round program to children with autism in the greater Seattle area. We are looking for dynamic individuals to join our team and become Behavior Technicians at The Madrone School.
At The Madrone School, we provide our students with an individualized education grounded in the principles of ABA We are seeking an individual who is dedicated to serving children with autism and learning about Applied Behavior Analysis. Current CBTs, RBTs, and those interested in learning about ABA are encouraged to apply.
As a Behavior Technician (BT), you will be supported by a team of professionals including Certified Educators and BCBAs (Board Certified Behavior Analysts) who provide ongoing training and support as you learn to provide instruction according to each student’s individualized goals.
We provide training and offer competitive wages that are commensurate with experience in the field. We offer BCBA supervision, paid time off, and reimbursement for continuing education.
We are a 501c(3) non-profit organization.
Responsibilities and Duties
Direct teaching of skills to students and data collection on student responding
Implement behavior intervention plans and report observations of student behavior to the BCBA/Lead Teacher
Provide feedback and data to BCBA/Lead Teacher
Implement students’ goals during group lessons and enrichment activities
Ensure documentation is accurate and timely
Work collaboratively as a team with other Behavior Technicians, BCBAs, and Teachers
Interact positively with students’ families including reports about students’ days and relaying important information to the BCBA/Lead Teacher
High School Diploma or equivalent
A passion for working with children and prior volunteer or work experience with children
Able to pass a background check
Ability to work at student's level (bending, kneeling, and sitting on floor). Infrequently transfer, lift, carry, push, or pull 25 pounds or more
Ability to become a Certified Behavior Technician in WA State (paid training provided)
Certified Behavior Technician (WA State) and/or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT - BACB)
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Education, ABA, or a related field
Individuals with prior experience working with special needs children are strongly encouraged to apply
Please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
All applicants will be required to pass a background check and provide 2-3 positive professional references who are familiar with your work.
Location: Woodinville and Redmond, Washington