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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in East Bay

Are you looking for a company where an employee's happiness, growth and success are valued as much as our clients? Do you have a passion for psychology, human development, speech and language, or education? Would you like to help learners with autism develop communication and social skills? You may have found what you’re looking for as an RBT with Inspire Behavioral Learning, LLC! Come inspire children, teens, and young adults to learn and make a difference in their lives!

Who We Are:

We believe that to inspire learning is to inspire action. We do this by moving individuals to learn in ways that are personally meaningful, motivating, and relevant to their entire lives. We provide outstanding educational and behavioral health services for children to teens and adults throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.


What Makes Us Unique:

  • We are a small company focused on quality over quantity. We value excellent ABA service both for you and your clients, rather than rapid growth at the expense of employee and client happiness.

  • Each employee is valued as a whole person and a unique individual, which is the same respect we give to each client. We use 360 degree feedback, in which everyone's observations and perceptions matter.

  • We value the integrity of the whole person. As such, we are dedicated to competent, ethical practice in ABA; kind-hearted care for both the client and employee; and acting on principles of behavior and learning to improve lives.

  • ABA is not only a therapy for children with autism, so as an RBT, you will also have opportunities to work with teens and adults with autism, learners with dual diagnoses, and learners without autism.

  • Enjoy 30 minutes or less drive time between client locations.

  • Training is paid at your regular hourly rate, not minimum wage or a reduced rate.


Position Description:

  • As an RBT, you will engage learners in interactive behavioral therapy, using the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) in natural environments, such as the client’s home, school, and community. In one-on-one sessions, you will help clients replace problem behavior and improve communication, social, play, and self-advocacy skills and more!

  • This position is part-time, perfect for current undergraduate and graduate students.


  • Provide one-one-one behavioral therapy for children to young adults under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

  • Travel to clients in their homes, schools, and community throughout the East Bay

  • Assist learners in mastering individualized, measurable goals in the following areas:

    • Verbal behavior

    • Social skills

    • Play skills

    • Motor skills

    • Self-help and daily living skills

    • Safety skills

    • Executive functioning

    • Self-advocacy

  • Implement play-based learning for children and interactive learning for all ages

  • Apply methods of ABA in therapy sessions, including naturalistic and incidental teaching, discrete trial training (DTT), functional communication training (FCT), verbal behavior, and positive reinforcement based on learner preferences and choices

  • Participate in parent coaching/training

  • Communicate client progress with parents/guardians and teachers where applicable

  • Record objective session notes in vivo

  • Use an online data collection system

Required Qualifications:

  • Submit proof of Registered Behavior Technician™(RBT) certification by the BACB® ($250 sign-on bonus for current, unexpired RBT certification)

  • High school diploma

  • Valid CA driver’s license

  • Reliable transportation to client locations in cities throughout the East Bay, including the Berkeley, Oakland, Richmond, El Cerrito, and Martinez areas

  • Availability in afternoons and evenings at least three days per week M-F; availability occasional Saturdays

  • Pass a DOJ and FBI background check and TB test

  • Provide proof of TB test and immunizations

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or current major in psychology, applied behavior analysis, human development, speech and language pathology, education, special education or a related field

  • One year experience working with children and young adults with disabilities

  • Experience working with children with autism to reduce problem behavior

  • Kind, caring, and compassionate in working with learners 

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a therapy team

  • Outstanding oral and written communication skills

  • Excellent time-management and organizational skills

  • Enthusiastic and passionate about inspiring learners to achieve their full potential at home, school, and in the community

Perks and Benefits:

  • Flexible part-time hours with 30 min or less travel time between clients

  • $250 sign-on bonus for active and unexpired RBT certification by the BACB®

  • Opportunity for a raise 90 days from your date of hire

  • Training paid at your regular hourly rate

  • Performance-based bonuses

  • Paid drive time between client locations

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick leave

  • Chromebook/tablet and learning materials provided

  • ABA tuition and professional development assistance

  • Opportunity for promotion to Program Supervisor if you attain BCaBA certification or are currently taking BCBA coursework, among other qualifications

  • Supportive and friendly environment with ongoing coaching, mentorship, and paid training

  • Weekly supervision tailored to both the employee's and client's needs

  • Become part of a company that truly cares about both the employee's and client's happiness and success!

Compensation: $19-$25 DOE

Hours: Part-time 

Apply: Click the link below to submit your resume and cover letter, specifying why you might be a great fit! 

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