The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is now HIRING for its first CARD Adults Center for Excellence (CARD ACE)!
Behavior technicians implement center, school, community, and home-based treatment programs for CARD patients and their families using applied behavior analysis (ABA). CARD behavior technicians are an integral part of the therapy team as their work directly contributes to patient and family success. Behavior technicians report to the CARD behavior analysts. In addition to frequent interactions as part of the therapy team, behavior technicians receive individualized mentorship from experienced behavior analysts to ensure the highest quality service. This is an hourly, non-exempt, part-time or full-time position.
CARD ACE is focused on helping individuals with exceptional needs learn essential life skills in the areas of pre-employment, vocational, social skills, and independent and adaptive living skills training using applied behavior analysis (ABA). In addition, we help support individuals in reducing challenging behaviors by teaching socially appropriate replacement behaviors.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is the world’s oldest and largest autism treatment provider. Founded in 1990, CARD now has more than 230 locations throughout the United States. If you are interested in working with teens and adults affected by autism spectrum disorder and/or with exceptional needs, we invite you to explore CARD’s job postings with the knowledge that CARD provides all training, including extensive initial and ongoing training and support. CARD is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
The CARD behavior therapist will be trained to work with teens and adults with exceptional needs and their families/caregivers. Acquire valuable career skills, such as:
Perks & Benefits
*Applicants who are considering a new career or have worked in these fields below should apply:
nanny, counselor, after-school counselor, behavioral and social sciences, behavioral therapist, ABA therapist, behavior therapist, behavior technician, behavior interventionist, caregiver, camp counselor, childcare worker, babysitter, healthcare, hospice, marriage family therapist, preschool teacher, social work, developmental disabilities, mental health specialist, social services, social learning, sociology, special education teacher, teacher assistant, teacher’s aide, youth program coordinator, child development, autism, tutor, student, coach, kids, respite worker