Behavior Technician

Minimum qualifications: At least a high school diploma. 2 years completed college coursework in behavior analysis, psychology, special education and/or training in implementing one-to-one discrete trial instruction to children with autism preferred. 
Requirements: Valid Ohio driver's license, current automobile insurance, current TB clearance, immunization record, and fingerprint clearance through the BCI and FBI. 
Training: On the job field training or other training provided by Pathfinder and/or professionals outside the agency. Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) training provided and compensated for. 
Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Conduct scheduled 1:1 behavioral intervention for children with autism. 

  • Assist in introduction of items/targets as appropriate and according to the written protocol. 

  • Record and maintain accurate records of child's progress and difficulties for each session conducted. 

  • Relay observations and suggestions to Program Supervisor or Educational Consultant. 

  • Participate and contribute to regular team meetings. 

  • Review and sign weekly team meeting notes. 

  • Assist in training less experienced staff on child's team in behavioral intervention techniques and professionalism as required. 

  • Assist in maintaining child's service notebook in a clear, up to date, and organized manner. 

  • Assist in maintaining intervention materials at the home and office in an organized manner. 

  • Assist with intervention material generation as requested. 

  • Staff must be able to physically lift and carry up to 20 pounds (e.g., grocery items, houseware items, move furniture), as well as be able to physically assist, guide, and facilitate movement for consumers that may need physical assistance. 
    Starting Pay- $11.00-$13.00 
    Driving is REQUIRED for this position. Full-time positions available. This is NOT a seasonal position. 

Please contact Megan Hysell at with "Behavior Technician" in the subject line. Please attach a resume for review.