Based on 579 responses, the job of Registered Behavior Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.03 out of 5. On average, Registered Behavior Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Registered Behavior Technician?
"ABA is an emerging field. Quality of care is directly related to quality of staff and has nothing to do with gimmicky “mission statements” and “core values”."
Registered Behavior Technician in Katy:
Pros: Proximity to home.
Registered Behavior Technician in Colorado Springs:
Pros: we are a military city, so the different kinds of people I have the opportunity to work with is amazing.
Cons: also that we are a military city and so we loose clients very frequently.
Registered Behavior Technician in Honolulu:
Pros: The children are the best part of this job. I've liked my supervisors but turn over is extremely high at this agency.
Cons: The general lack of communication between upper eschelons and us little people workers down here. The communication is really bad.
"Challenging but Rewarding."
Registered Behavior Technician in Merrillville:
Pros: Watching the kiddos learn!! I’ve have the amazing experience of teaching children that were considered Non-Verbal, how to communicate theirs wants and needs whether that be through, pointing, PECS, Assistive tech, Signing, and even talking..... that’s what I like the most. Hopebridge runs a nice balance of structure and natural play. I’ve been in three clinics and by far and I like it here.
Cons: Company policies. And working with all women. We can be, well, you know....
Registered Behavior Technician in Tawas City:
Pros: The support I get from my BCBA and the families and kiddos I work with are amazing.
Cons: The management are not open about lots of things, it always seems like I'm the last to know when there are big changes.
"Close to home and Family."
Registered Behavior Technician in Modesto:
Pros: I like that I’m close to family and don’t have to commute far
Cons: Safety is sometimes a concern when it gets darker.
"Good job but bad company."
Registered Behavior Technician in West Columbia:
Pros: I love the clients and my co workers. It is a job that makes me happy to come every day.
Cons: The new people are making more money than me. My clinic director asked for me a raise after I graduated school but they will not approve it.