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Behavioral Treatment Technician
The Wisconsin Early Autism Project has immediate positions available for you to train with the most experienced behavioral treatment specialists in the state of Wisconsin. By joining our team, you can work directly with a child with autism and their family in the home or in our center-based treatment program. Behavioral Treatment Technician positions are available throughout most counties in Wisconsin. This entry-level position is available to
individuals who are at least 18 years old, and have a high school diploma or equivalent, a clean background check, and reliable transportation.
Entry level Behavioral Treatment Technicians receive 40 hours of paid training from experienced behavioral treatment clinicians. Training is provided on building positive interactions with children, playing with a purpose, effectively teaching new skills, and monitoring progress. Regular feedback and support is offered through a structured supervision hierarchy. Being part of a WEAP team gives you the opportunity to start or continue a career that serves the needs of children and families affected by autism and other related conditions or special educational needs.
Part-time and Full-time work is available Monday - Sunday, and
schedules are flexible. We offer a competitive hourly rate and paid travel to all Technicians, and health insurance, 401K and paid time off (PTO) to full-time employees.
Advancement opportunities are frequently available and promotion to an Advanced Behavioral Treatment Technician can happen as early as the first 6 months of employment. This position provides you with further paid training to enhance your skills and an increase in your hourly rate.