What is a Behavior Technician?

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A Behavior Technician at MeBe works directly with their assigned clients providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy either at their client’s home or at one of MeBe’s many Learning Centers. Depending on their schedules, Behavior Technicians work with about 2 to 3 clients per day, for about 2 to 3 hours with each client.

Behavior Technicians are supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who creates the individual programs and teaching plans for each client.

Who we are looking for…

You might be interested in becoming an RBT if…

  • You have previously worked with children as a babysitter, nanny, or childcare provider
  • You have experience working with children on the autism spectrum
  • You have volunteered for a Best Buddies, Big Brother or Big Sister program
  • You can exhibit great patience, understanding, and compassion
  • You are looking for rewarding work in the field of ABA
  • You are pursuing a career in education, nursing, child development, special education, counseling, or psychology 

Qualifications for
becoming a Behavior Technician

  • Consistent availability Monday through Friday
  • High school diploma
  • Valid drivers license and reliable transportation
  • Negative TB test is required for school-based cases
  • Background check
  • Proof of vaccination when required at specific locations

How do I become a Registered or Certified Behavior Technician?

  • Depending on the state you are located in, Behavior Technicians who have passed their exams can either be referred to as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) or a Certified Behavior Technician (CBT). The only MeBe locations that use the CBT job title are MeBe Seattle, MeBe Woodinville, and MeBe Bellevue, located in Washington state.
  • We offer virtual, in-person, and self-paced training depending on employee work availability and location, which amount to a total of 40 hours of training.
  • All learners must attend shadow sessions and demonstrate fluency of key intervention strategies with real clients in order to sit for the RBT exam.
  • The exam is 85 multiple choice questions in the following content areas: measurement, assessment, skill acquisition, documentation and reporting, professional conduct and scope of practice.
  • You can learn more about the RBT Exam on the Behavior Analyst Certification Board website.
  • MeBe has an average 90% first-time pass rate!

Responsibilities of a Registered Behavior Technician

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  • Teach and promote language, behavioral, social, and daily living skills in a fun, play-based setting to increase motivation and positive performance among our clients
  • Record objective daily data to reflect client progress towards outlined goals
  • Provide direct client care in 1:1 and group settings utilizing a combination of intensive teaching and natural environment training arrangement
  • Effectively community positive feedback to clients
  • Be able to recognize and respond to critical improvement in client behaviors


Competitive hourly pay

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Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance

To be eligible, you must work an average of 26 hours/week over the course of 3 consecutive months, measured on a quarterly basis

401K Match

To be eligible, you must be at least 21 years of age and have been an employee for at least 3 months

Paid drive time and mileage reimbursement

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