The Pier Center for Autism is looking to add Behavior Technicians to our growing staff.
- Behavior Technician is responsible for the implementation of functional analyses, behavior reduction protocols, and skill acquisition programming as developed b the Clinical Director for clients in the Pier Center for Autism. The Behavior Technician is also responsible for assisting with the generalization and maintenance of client skills in community settings (e.g., home, school), which may include parent/caregiver training.
Please download and read the full job description here.
Behavior Technicians must have a bachelor’s degree. To apply, please visit the Mid-step Services website and complete the online application.