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School Program Behavior Specialist

Job Details

Monterey, CA
Full Time
$17.00 - $25.00 Hourly


We want YOU to join the TUCCi team!

  • Do you have a passion to make a difference in children and/or adults with special needs?

  • Are you in psychology, healthcare, education, child development or a related field?

  • Do you want to build a rewarding career helping others?

  • Are you looking for a fun and fulfilling job with a strong support system and competitive pay?


Who we are!

Tucci Learning Solutions is a vibrant and growing ABA organization with deep roots in the Central Coast of California and branches in several California counties. TUCCi was founded by Vicci Tucci, a pioneering BCBA, who witnessed the maltreatment of patients when growing up across the street from a state hospital in the 1970s. This formed her life goal to create a non-coercive model of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) called the Competent Learner Model (CLM), which has been developed over the past 40 years.

This evidence-based, peer-reviewed curriculum is designed to be easily accessible to parents, educators, and clinicians. The CLM provides a framework for Behavior Analysts to develop successful skill acquisition and behavior replacement programs to improve quality of life for our learners and for them to gain increased access to their community, school, and home lives. TUCCi team members benefit from the richness of our history and our commitment to be on the cutting edge of Applied Behavior Analysis implementation.


About the position:

As a Behavior Technician, you will work directly with a supervisor and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). You will deliver behavioral therapy to individuals with Autism and related developmental needs working in both home and/or school settings. Skills worked on will include: communication, social skills, academics, play development, behavior management and self help skills. TUCCi sets themselves apart from other companies by maximizing supervision to ensure teams are getting the support they need and so that clients can make rapid progress.


What’s in it for you?

  • Competitive pay based on experience and qualifications

  • Paid travel time and mileage

  • Health Benefits for full time (25+ hours) employees

  • Cell-phone stipend

  • Retirement - Employee Stock Ownership Plan/401K opportunity

  • Opportunity to receive an RBT certification

  • BCBA supervision for RBT recertification

  • Flexible schedules

  • Paid sick time & training time

  • No-Cost supervision for Behavior Technicians/RBT enrolled in a BCBA or BCaBA school program

  • No-Cost Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - financial, personal, legal and family support

  • Training and advancement opportunities to RBT, CLM Coach, Lead Behavior Technician, Behavior Analyst in Training, and Behavior Analyst.

  • Raise opportunities based on completion of CLM Course of Study, performance, furthered education, and promotions.

  • Opportunities to participate in conferences and research.


What is your role?

  • Work with learners implementing behavioral and instructional ABA based programs as designed by the BCBA in a school, home or community setting.

  • Collect data as directed by your team's BCBA.

  • Follow behavior and skill acquisition plans in a playful yet professional manner as directed by your team’s BCBA.

  • Promote client dignity and safety at all times.

  • Communicate effectively with team members in an acceptable time frame.

  • Attend regular team meetings and CLM coaching sessions.

  • Drive self to multiple work sites during the work day.

  • Exemplifies the desired culture and philosophies of the organization.

  • Commitment to following company policies, maintain client confidentiality, and adhere to HIPPA laws as well as the Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts/RBTs.

What’s needed from you?

  • Must have a desire to work with individuals with Autism or other developmental needs.

  • Positive attitude and kindness towards team members and clients.

  • [Preferred] Experience working with children and /or adults in the school, home and/or community settings.

  • [Minimum] High School diploma and background check

  • [Preferred] Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Education, or related field

  • [Preferred] Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in good standing or willing to complete RBT certification within one year of employment.

  • Reliable transportation required.

  • A background check

  • Negative TB test required

  • Carry out schedule as agreed upon, including good time keeping

  • Comply with California Department of Public Health COVID-19 policies.

  • Willingness to complete the Competent Learner Model (CLM) Course of Study.

  • Accepts feedback and implements suggestions.

  • Demonstrates initiative, creativity and flexibility with individuals and how the learning environments are arranged and rearranged.