Join Our Team as a Behavior Technician

 

Make a Difference in the Lives of Children and Their Families

 

Touchstone applies ABA techniques to help children become more productive and independent

Our Behavior Technicians are a critical part of the Touchstone team, working with children with autism, learning differences and behavioral challenges, helping them acquire skills that improve their daily lives.

For many of our clients, social understanding and communication can be a challenge as can other daily routines or behaviors such as toileting, eating habits,  or play skills .  We work with children on a highly individualized basis, emphasizing and reinforcing positive behavior change, using the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

As part of the ABA team, you will work with highly educated analysts to make a difference in the lives of these children.  If you are not a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) yet, we will work with you to help you achieve that credential.  This is a growing field and offers great opportunities and professional paths for career-minded individuals.

What kind of employee is Touchstone looking for?

We hire individuals who are mature, professional and have a desire to learn and grow. They nurture our clients and enjoy the challenges as much as the successes.

Touchstone ABA works with individualsWho does Touchstone serve?

At Touchstone, we use a scientific method (Applied Behavior Analysis) to positively influence the behavior of individuals, with and without disabilities.  Our approach can help individuals make positive behavior changes at home, at work or at school.

Enjoy these wonderful benefits when you work with Touchstone.

  • Health Insurance
  • Retirement savings and planning
  • On-going staff training and development
  • Conference attendance opportunities
  • Bi-weekly staff incentives
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Vacation and sick leave for salaried employees.

 

What our employees say about Touchstone…

“Working at Touchstone is incredibly rewarding.
When I see a child use a word or a tool correctly for the first time…
to be a part of that is amazing.”


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