Advanced Behavior Technician

Job Locations US-CA-San Gabriel
Job ID
Business Unit
Autism Spectrum Therapies
Behavior Technician


Work with Kids in San Gabriel Valley!! (Spanish speaking preferred)


No formal training required, just bring a passion for working with children and an interest in learning about behavior management.  Our team is excited to train and develop you in this rewarding profession!


Begin a new career! Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST),, one of the largest, most respected autism services organizations in the country, is looking for enthusiastic individuals who are ready to begin a new career working with children with autism.  This position is ideal for someone who enjoys working with kids, is open to learning and being trained in our field, and has a desire to work flexible afternoon and evening hours.  Excellent opportunity for college students and recent graduates



  • The Advanced Behavior Interventionist provides behavioral intervention to children with autism or other developmental disabilities and their families in a variety of settings. An Advanced Behavior Interventionist reports directly to a Program Supervisor or Clinical Supervisor.


    An Advanced Behavior Interventionist is responsible for implementing the specific ABA programs/treatment plans as written by the Supervisor for their specific clients. In addition to implementing behavior plans and program goals, the behavior interventionist is responsible for collecting data and working closely with parents. An Advanced Behavior Interventionist is also responsible for recommending programming goals for their clients, creating client materials as needed, running monthly team meetings with their clients, responding to parent questions, and preparing progress reports when assigned.


    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    In-Field Support

    • Provide field support to BIs on the clinical team
    • Act as a floater for school cases, as needed
    • Provide Parent Education and Consultation services
    • Assist with client programing; analyzing data to identify issues for supervisor
    • Provide other support to BCBAs as requested

    Off-Site Support

    • Write first drafts of progress reports
    • Review client programs on Catalyst
    • Conduct Program Development
    • Assist with coordination of care


    • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of two-years experience working with children with special needs and/or autism
    • Proficient use of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
    • Ability to quickly learn new software programs as needed

    In addition to the most competitive salaries in the area, AST also offers the following benefits to their eligible employees: 401(k); Paid time off (PTO); Paid drive time & mileage; Paid training and on-going developmental opportunities; BCBA coursework and supervision offered on-site.


    AST/Learn Behavioral is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must be presently eligible to work in the United States.


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