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Advanced Behavior Technician
Quincy, MA
The Stepping Stones Group is hiring immediately for a Full-Time Advanced Behavior Technician in Quincy, MA where you can provide state of the art behavioral services to children with autism that help us in Transforming Lives Together! Professional ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) experience with children or special needs is required. 
Pay: $25.00 - $28.00 per hour
  • Earn $250 per Behavioral or Mental Health hire with our employee referral program
  • Possess an active Bachelor's degree 
  • Strong interpersonal, collaborative, organizational and leadership skills 
  • Prior experience as a lead Registered Behavior Technician, delivering direct intervention to individuals with autism spectrum disorders 
  • Commitment to cultural competency in a diverse and inclusive work environment 
  • Reliable transportation
  • Enrollment in a master's program that meets BABC requirements to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst strongly preferred
  • Availability from 12pm-8pm Monday-Friday required; weekends preferred but optional
Job Highlights 
  • Full-time Advanced Behavior Technicians qualify for Paid Time Off (PTO), Paid Holidays, and sick pay 
  • Medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance benefits, 401k Retirement Plan 
  • Drive time and mileage reimbursement traveling between client visits 
  • Opportunity to act as a mentor to new hire behavior technicians and support them through their onboarding 
  • Opportunity to participate in and develop quarterly professional development programing for behavior technicians 
  • Local, physical office with on-site clinical management available for regular mentoring and support 
  • Advanced Behavior Technicians will be able to obtain supervision hours towards their BCBA certification, including PAID Non-Restricted hours. 
  • Support new hire training by delivering training content, modeling and facilitating role plays and providing constructive feedback to newly hired team members
  • Provide direct intervention across home, school, and community settings  
  • Utilize evidence based Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Interventions  
  • Collect behavioral data and complete progress notes
  • Provide mentorship, on-going training, and support to Stepping Stones Group behavior technicians in assigned office
  • Assist BCBAs with program development and administrative needs as assigned
About The Stepping Stones Group 
The Stepping Stones Group is a leading national provider of behavioral and psychological services to individuals with autism and related disorders. Together, we can stand even stronger behind our mission of Transforming Lives Together to bring children and families first-class pediatric services.