Pediatric ABA Behavior Technician

Job Purpose

The Pediatric ABA Behavior Technician, under the direct supervision of a licensed Behavior Analyst, provides 1:1 ABA services for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. The hours of direct service are provided throughout the day and technicians are expected to bill 25 to 30 hours per week. 

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific Responsibilities:

• Provide 1:1 behavior intervention services in the clinic for children with autism spectrum disorder and their families.

• Implement educational and clinical behavioral programs as directed by the Pediatric ABA Behavior Analyst

• Collect data, as directed by the Outpatient Behavior Analyst, during every session

• Collaborate with Outpatient Behavior Analyst in developing individualized goals and objectives for clinic-based programs for each individual on caseload 

• Maintain and modify client materials (e.g., data notebooks, teaching materials) as directed by the Pediatric ABA Behavior Analyst and VIA policy 

• Conduct caregiver training as necessary

• Attend regular team meetings with the Pediatric ABA Behavior Analyst to review client progress 

• Complete all necessary documentation in a timely and satisfactory manner as requested by supervisor

• Maintain a billable caseload of as required by the program director hours per week and document billable hours according to VIA policy and state and federal regulation


• Employee comes to work when scheduled

• Attends meetings as scheduled by supervisor and administrative staff

• Maintains weekly schedule and communicates availability to entire outreach team as required 

Position Type

This is a full-time position. This position involves working with students who exhibit challenging and/or aggressive behavior and participation in community outings.  

Physical Requirements

The ability to move independently throughout a wide range of environments, some of which may not be wheelchair or otherwise handicapped accessible, is required.  Independent transportation to locations that may not be served by public transportation may be necessary.  

Amount of Time: Continuously (67%-100%) Frequently (34%-66%) Occasionally (10%-33%) Rarely (1%-9%)

Bending- Continuously

Carrying- Frequently

Climbing- Occasionally

Crawling- Continuously

Kneeling- Occasionally

Lifting- Frequently

Pulling- Frequently

Pushing- Occasionally

Reaching- Frequently

Restraining- Frequently

Running- Frequently

Sitting- Continuously

Squatting- Frequently

Standing- Continuously

Walking- Continuously


Carrying- Medium 20-50 lbs.

Lifting- Medium 20-50 lbs.

Direct reports

This position does not provide supervision.



• Bachelor’s degree preferred and/or equivalent experience in Psychology, Education, Social Work, Behavioral Science, Human Development or related field

• Minimum of six months of experience working with children (special needs preferred)

• Must have legal authorization to work in the United States of America

• Valid driver’s license

The position may involve working with students who exhibit challenging and/or aggressive behavior and participation in community outings.