ABA Career in Victorville, CA

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Behavior Technician - Paid Training ABAT RBT

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

💳 Starting rate: $19/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.

Urgently Hiring

Who we are:

Serving people who are neurodiverse since 2010, Autism Behavior Services Inc. (ABSI) has sought to help people live functional, independent lives in their communities. As a national company providing premier services, ABSI’s goal has been to hire team members who can think outside of the box, have a passion to help others, are collaborative and team-oriented, and are continuously striving to learn and grow. 

Behavior technicians at ABSI receive complete, paid training in the ever evolving practices of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and are prepared to become nationally certified behavior technicians. If you love helping others and want to grow in the process… APPLY NOW!

Do You Want to Help People?

Is ABSI For You?
Behavior Technicians at ABSI are continuously trained on the ever changing needs of the various families we work with. All team members are certified with an Applied Behavior Analysis Technician (ABAT) certification or the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification. These are nationally accredited certifications, and they ensure that our team members can implement ABA fundamentals across a multitude of environments (home, classroom, community). At ABSI, client safety is of paramount importance, which is why all team members are CPR certified.
Our Certifications
The coursework our team members take to prepare for certification is from The Behavior University. This coursework is accredited by the QABA Board and BACB. At ABSI, a high degree of importance is placed on team members’ knowledge and skill set so that certification renewal can be achieved.

Behavior Technicians at ABSI

ABSI Family

ABSI is proud to have team members from diverse communities, educations, and backgrounds. 

In our goal of making sure our clients are supported, we offer services in the home, school, and community at large. 

To that end, team members are never simply placed in a situation for which they haven’t been prepared. They are continuously supported by clinicians, other behavior technicians, and our administrative team.

Our Mission

Continuing education is the cornerstone of our team members’ success and growth. It is efforts such as this, that we feel adds intrinsic value to the clients we serve.

By remaining evergreen in our educational goals, ABSI takes a “people first” approach to how we serve our families.

Meaningful Work

At Autism Behavior Services Inc. we believe in empowering team members, many of whom come from diverse backgrounds and educational experiences, with knowledge and tools so they can do their best work.

This is represented by our team members and utilized to help our clients be independent, functional contributors to the communities in which they live.

We Believe in Dream Jobs

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

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.


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.
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 $19 per hour

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.

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!

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.
All behavior technicians receive 40 hours of paid training to prepare themselves for being in the field. The training consists of a mix of modules and in-person overlapping with clients, so that new trainees are as prepared as they can be to take on their own caseload.
Whether you are a new trainee or someone who has worked in the field for a while, your level of, and access to support is always the same. You will have a supervisor assigned to your cases as well as other Behavior Technicians available to support you. Nobody is ever “on an island” or put in a “sink or swim” environment.
At ABSI, Continuing Education is important to continue building our team knowledge and skill sets. Our Training and Development Team has developed coursework to ensure all Continuing Education Units required for certification renewal are completed prior to the renewal deadline. Our goal is for all team members to continue to learn and grow throughout their career with ABSI.
Environments that might one might work in are as varied as the clients we serve. One session might see a Behavior Technician working in the home with a client. Another might see them in a school setting, or out in the community working on various skills.