Behavior Technician


Are you curious about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)? Are you eager to make a difference in the life of a child? Do you want to be able to tell your friends “I get paid to play”? Here is your chance to work with some incredible kids on an amazing team.

NTS has immediate openings for Line Therapists/Behavior Technicians.

While prior experience is desired it is NOT required (we will give you all the support and training you need).

What IS required:
– a love for high energy kids
– a desire to be part of a team atmosphere
– a willingness to learn and implement the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
the flexibility to work across multiple environments
the ability to pass a child malpractice / federal background check
and the availability to start immediately.

Anyone interested should contact Chris to request an application.




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Job Title:

Behavior Technician / Line Therapist


Job Description:

  • Carry out the individual lessons and behavior plans as directed by the Behavior Analyst
  • Work 1:1 with child in the clinic/home/community/school setting
  • Run DTT trials and collect data to track the child’s progress
  • Model appropriate play skills in both structured and unstructured play settings
  • Complete required paperwork
  • Attend staff meetings and training opportunities
  • Organize and create teaching materials
  • Work collaboratively with teammates, parents, the behavior analyst and other professionals


Behavior Technicians are required to do the following:

  • Complete required paperwork
  • Have a minimum of 15 hours training in applied behavior analysis
  • Possess a High School diploma or equivalent
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Demonstrate and maintain competence on skills assessment
  • Follow ethical guidelines listed on the BACB Website


NTS will select individuals for Behavior Technician positions based on a combination of their education, training, and experience. Applicants will not be discriminated against based on sex, race, or age. Employment will be contingent on a candidate’s ability to successfully pass all background checks.