Behavior Therapist (RBT)

Florida Autism Center

Are you a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) or want to become one? Florida Autism Center would like to speak with you.


What is an RBT?

Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) are therapists that work one-on-one with children diagnosed with autism and directly implement an ABA treatment plan designed and guided by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA). As an RBT the help the children acquire new skills and work toward the goals of building communication, social interactions, problem-solving and adaptive living skills.


Becoming an RBT

Does the role of an RBT sound like something you want to take on, but you’re concerned you don’t have the right qualifications?


We provide complimentary on-the-job training for our ABA therapists to become licensed RBTs. The 40-hour course, RBT® Competency Assessment and RBT® exam – which FAC pays for! – can all be completed in a matter of five weeks or less.



Our benefits package is unmatched, including
Comprehensive health, dental, and vision benefits
Generous Paid Time Off
A scholarship program that allows you to advance your ABA career without paying money up front
Monday - Friday Work schedule
Opportunity for free supervision towards Board Certification

High School Diploma (Some college experience or College Graduate preferred).
If college graduate, preferred areas of study: Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood Education, or related fields
Experience with children ages 2 - 13 preferred
Experience working with children with special needs
Experience in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a HUGE plus!
Current RBT certification (Preferred)
Florida Approved Medicaid Provider (Preferred)
Don’t hold back and wonder, “what if?” Take the next step towards your career change and apply to better the lives of these amazing kids.


The Florida Autism Center is not just another pretty face in the growing segment of autism services. Since 2005, we have a strong solid track record of sending little ones out of specialized services and into traditional school and social settings.