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Learn more about becoming a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and growing your career at Breakthrough Behavior. We answer commonly asked questions, including:

  • How do I start the process?

  • How much training do you offer?

  • What tests do I need to take?

  • How do I become a BCaBA or a BCBA?

  • What is your AIT program?

To learn more, please contact us at

Interested in joining the Breakthrough Behavior team?
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  • Six months of experience working with children

  • Completion of at least 12 college units

  • Valid drivers license and car insurance

  • Availability between the hours of 3:30-6:30 PM

  • Reliable transportation

  • Documentation to work in the United States

  • BACB certification (RBT, BCaBA, BCBA, BCBA-D)


  • Corporate Housing Available (at selection locations)

  • Relocation Assistance

  • Creative and Collaborative Culture

  • Exceptional Clinical Supervision

  • Mentoring Opportunities

  • Flexible Work Scheduling

  • Professional Development Opportunities

  • Competitive Compensation

  • Four (4) Weeks of Paid Maternity/Paternity Leave

  • 401(k) Retirement Savings

  • Mileage Reimbursement

  • Bereavement and Jury Duty Paid Leave

  • Paid Time OffPaid Holidays & Paid Mental Health Days

  • Full Suite of Group Health Benefits

Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging

Breakthrough Behavior embraces the diversity of team members, clients, culture and ideas, while recognizing the opportunity to grow. We encourage every person to be their authentic selves, and our continued investment in diversity is a direct reflection of the organization’s passion and pledge to do better in today’s environment. We pride ourselves in our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion for every individual we encounter.  We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace where we hire employees without regard to race, ethnicity, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, neurodiversity, ancestry, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical or mental disability, registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, marital status, veteran or military status, citizenship status, or any other legally protected category. Breakthrough Behavior’s formal Non-Discrimination/ Harassment Policy prohibits discrimination and harassment and applies to all persons involved with our organization, to include internal employees and families to whom we serve. 

Accommodations for Applicants with Neurodiversity, Exceptionalities and/or Disabled Veterans 

Breakthrough Behavior provides reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with neurodiversity, exceptionalities and/or disabled veterans in job application procedures. Applicants will have access to specialized support and guidance to facilitate the interview process.  If you need an accommodation during your application process, you may contact us about your interest in employment at


Breakthrough Behavior staff have been trained in Safety-Care Behavioral Safety Training, a leading crisis prevention training course focusing on how to prevent behavioral challenges, de-escalate early and manage behaviors safely. The curriculum is founded upon evidence-based research in the areas of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) which we believe offers our staff and those we serve with the best strategies available. Safety-Care is consistent with our goal to maintain a comfortable, safe and learning environment and it meets or exceeds the accreditation standards outlined by CARF, JCAHO, COA and other agencies concerned with quality care. Learn more about Safety-Care at