Autism Treatment | Autism Behavior Services, Inc.

ABA Career in
Modesto, CA

Join The ABSI Family And Discover Your Potential

Behavior Technician - Paid Training ABAT RBT

🕚 Part-Time Morning/Afternoon/Evenings shifts available M-F, MWF, or TTHSat

💳 Starting rate: $20.30/h (More info)

40 hours paid training in alignment with ABAT (Applied Behavior Analysis Technician)/RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) Board Requirements.

▶ After successfully completing the 40 hours of paid training, candidates will receive a certificate of completion from The Behavior University (TBU) that fulfills the ABAT/RBT training requirements.

🌟 In addition to that candidates will complete fieldwork toward their certification requirements:

▶ The 40 hours of paid training fulfills the requirement for the candidate to sit for the RBT/ABAT Exams. The certification exam is paid for by ABSI. (note - this is for the first attempt)

▶ Overlap with team members providing hands-on experience to ensure success after getting certified as an ABAT or RBT.

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Who we are:

Since its founding by Dr. Rosa Patterson in 2010, Autism Behavior Services, Inc. ‘s (ABSI) mission has always been helping people who are neurodiverse become integrated and engaged members of the communities they live in. To that end, ABSI has sought to hire technicians who share our company-wide values of empathy, education, and inclusion. Our Behavior Technicians are trained in the most up to date practices in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). If you want to help people bring out their inner potential and talents… APPLY NOW!

Do You Want to Help People?

Is ABSI For You?
ABSI certifies all team members with an Applied Behavior Analysis Technician (ABAT) certification or the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification. These nationally accredited certifications equip our team members with the fundamentals of ABA across a multitude of situations and settings. In addition to this, all of our team members are CPR certified to ensure the safety of the clients they work with.
Our Certifications
At ABSI, team members’ certification is culled directly from coursework that is provided by The Behavior University. This coursework has been given the seal of approval by the QABA Board and BACB. In addition to this, all of our team members receive continuing education opportunities in an effort to ensure certification renewal.


“I love seeing the growth of the children I provide therapy to. This is the most rewarding job I have ever had!”

Behavior Technicians at ABSI

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ABSI Family

ABSI seeks out team members from diverse educations and backgrounds. When our team members work with our families (in the home, school, clinics, or community at large), our overarching goal is to support people who are neurodiverse to accomplish their goals. In addition to behavior technicians, clinical supervisors and our administrative team are always available to support our technicians with the various situations they face in the field.
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Our Mission

In our ongoing effort to help people who are neurodiverse become integrated and engaged members of their communities, ABSI continues to push for our team members’ ongoing success and growth. It is because of this, that we place such an emphasis on continuing education. By making this a focal point of our team members’ growth, they make themselves an ever-evolving resource to the families we serve.
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Meaningful Work

Autism Behavior Services Inc. is proud of our team members’ culture, diverse backgrounds, and educational experiences. By supporting our team members, we believe we are helping play a vital role in our clients’ continued growth and success. ABSI sees our role in the communities we serve as being very impactful. This sense of mission, and belief in our clients and their potential, is ultimately emphasized by our team members who represent us in the community.

In our effort to provide premier care for all our clients we serve, ABSI provides:

40 hours paid training in alignment with ABAT (Applied Behavior Analysis Technician)/RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) Board Requirements

After successfully completing the 40 hours of paid training, candidates will receive a certificate of completion from The Behavior University (TBU) that fulfills the ABAT/RBT training requirements.

ABSI offers consistent support and outreach from supervisorial team and other Behavior Technicians so they are prepared every day for the rewarding and empowering work that they do.


Paid Training – 40+ hours paid at the state or local municipality minimum wage
Travel time, continuing education trainings, and all other non clinical work – paid at the state or local municipality minimum wage
Mileage Pay – $0.55 per applicable mile
Clinical care – providing ABA treatment to the client – starting at $20.30 per hour

Behavior Technicians work with clients and their families on targeted areas of need in a client’s life. These areas can range (depending on the age) from toilet training, social skills, word sounds, hygiene, and more.

All ABSI team members are certified as behavior technicians. ABSI will help you, step-by-step, in that process. We also require a valid driver’s license and the ability to lift 50 lbs. What else, you may ask. As an ABA behavior technician, you should also be extremely passionate about seeing others succeed.

The major benefit of becoming a Behavior Technician is that it is a great way to gain an overview of the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. It is a springboard that will help you target where you want to go in your career.
There are many factors that help people excel as a behavior technician. Aside from passion and a genuine desire to help people, some other intangible qualities include reliability, being a team player, having a positive attitude, and having the ability to build relationships with clients and their families.
Yes! Becoming a behavior technician is a great first step in a career of working with people who are neurodiverse. Just a few of the careers people can embark on are teachers, doctors, Board Certified Behavior Analysts, psychologists, occupational therapists and more.

A Behavior Technician can find themselves in a multitude of environments with their clients. One session might see you at home working on skills like pretend play. Another session could see you supporting a client at school. The next session could place you in a social skills group assisting the person you’re working with. Some sessions take place in the community and work on tolerating new environments. The goals of a client are ever changing and thus is the job of a Behavior Interventionist.

ABSI does their best to match their clients personality with that of the client’s they serve. The goal is to match both client and the Behavior Technician in a way that is mutually beneficial to both parties; building rapport between a Behavior Technician and client is key. This is why the lines of communication are always open between Behavior Technicians and their supervisors so that the best “fits” can be made for everyone.

Jobs in ABA therapy fit people who are curious, compassionate, caring, and want to help others. People in ABA jobs come from all different walks of life and career fields. Just as the people you work with are diverse, the diversity YOU bring to the job will help in the work you do with clients.

Join our team today and start making a difference in the lives of others!