Avg. Base Salary (USD)
The average salary for a Behavior Specialist is $37,000
What Do Behavior Specialists Do?
The position of a behavior specialist is employed mainly by healthcare industry companies such as hospitals and assisted living facilities. Many companies are searching for applicants with at least a Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science, though a Master's degree is more preferable. Employers also commonly prefer those with at least a year of experience in behavior programming, or a similar role such as behavior intervention.
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- Manage cases and devise behavioral plans for special education students or individuals with developmental disabilities.
- Assess individuals, collect data, and write plans including Individualized Education Programs if in an educational environmental with supervisors and psychologist(s).
- Collect, review, and analyze behavior trends and progress.