Behavior Coach (Clinical Technician)

Phoenix, AZ
Full Time
Mid Level

​Now Offering a $500 Hiring Bonus! 

Looking for a great organization to support your career in Behavioral Health?  

Join AZA United, a 2023 Arizona Top Workplace winner, known around the valley as a community-based organization that provides compassionate and life-changing care for individuals with autism.  We understand that it takes great people to provide great therapy, as well as a wonderful work environment for our teammates.  That’s why we prioritize staff support, professional development, career growth, and having lots of fun.  We learn together every day as we make a big difference in the lives of children and families.  As a nonprofit organization, we are in it for one reason only – to help people in need.  To see if this might be the right opportunity for you, here are 5 signs that you're a fit for Team AZA.  

About the Job  

Our Clinical Family Coaching (CFC) team is growing, and we are hiring!  We offer this unique behavioral health service therapy in-home throughout the valley. CFC is a one-of-a-kind, parent and family training program supporting individuals with challenging behavior. All CFC teams are collaborative units that work closely to treat challenging behavior in home and community-based settings. The Clinical Technician role is an essential part of the team working closely with Clinical Supervisors and other team members to provide direct support to clients and families in need.  

We serve families in all areas of Maricopa County, so positions are available VALLEYWIDE!  

This is a full-time (at least 30 hours a week) role that can lead to more hours over time, and we offer competitive payrates from $19 to $27/hour, depending on your experience and qualifications. New CTs will also receive a $500 Hiring Bonus after 90 days in the position.  In addition, any weekend hours worked (on a voluntary basis and dependent on client family needs) are paid at 1.5x your hourly rate

About Our CFC Program  

Clinical Family Coaching has been innovating clinical services in the behavioral health system since 2011. It is a whole family treatment and support model based on the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA). CFC is a graduation-based program that families participate in for 6 to 12 months. 75% of families who have participated in CFC have successfully graduated with behavioral and quality of life gains that maintain long after graduation. 

Career Development  

The role of Clinical Technician is to collaborate with their clinical teams led by Board Certified Behavior Analysts providing direct support to children, teens, and adults participating in the program.  

Clinical Technicians receive extensive training, frequent and thorough supervision, professional development twice per month, and the opportunity learn from and collaborate with behavioral health experts.  

If you are interested in a career in the field of ABA therapy long-term, we offer a career path to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).    

If you plan to explore other behavioral health fields in the future, this experience will serve you well in many roles including counselor, psychologist, special education teacher, etc.  We have many other clinical services and professionals at AZA United that collaborate with our ABA team to provide interdisciplinary care for families, so everyone is always learning and improving quality of life for families.   

Perks & Benefits  

There are part-time and full time Clinical Technician roles. All Clinical Technicians (including part-time) also receive a $500 Hiring Bonus, 401k matching, paid sick time, enrollment in a robust employee assistance program (EAP) and more. For full-time Behavior Technicians (30+ hours/week), AZA United offers employee health benefits after a 6-month period, which includes health, dental and vision insurance, and ability to meet PFLS student loan forgiveness requirements. Additional benefits such as PTO and holiday pay, disability insurance and life insurance are included for full-time staff in our Clinic CT role.  

One of the things Clinical Technicians tend to look for when evaluating different employers is training, professional development, and culture.  These are areas where AZA United goes above and beyond. Our residency model of training blends multiple weeks of classroom training along with 100% shadowing, modeling, and coaching in the field. The CFC team is a strong community of professionals and technicians working toward the same goals. All voices and perspectives are valued on a clinical team, as is strong leadership and creativity. We work with a complex population, we have high standards for ourselves and for the treatment families receive; for that reason, CFC is constantly learning, researching, training and expanding our competencies to continue to be highly effective in complicated situations.  

Required Qualifications  

Before you apply for this job, make sure you meet the following criteria:  

  • Staff must be able to provide their own transportation to get to client homes.  

  • Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years old.  

  • Applicants must have at least 6 months of paid work experience working with individuals with Special Needs. 

More About AZA United  

  • For more than 15 years, AZA United has been one of the state’s premier autism organizations.  In addition to CFC and ABA Therapy, we also provide speech and occupational therapy, diagnostic evaluations, counseling and more.  

  • In 2021 and 2023, AZA United was named a Top Arizona Workplace winner because we provide a collaborative work environment focused on transparent communication, teamwork and professional growth.  

  • AZA United has the highest level of accreditation from the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE), which evaluates ABA therapy companies for best practices in treatment quality and staff support.  

  • To learn more about AZA United, visit our website or check out our Glassdoor page.  You can also check out this page:  Why Work for AZA United?  

  • To learn more about why great people choose to work at AZA United, please visit:  

Ready to get started?  Join our team and change some lives...including yours!  

Autism knows no race, religion, gender, or identity.  We need and value diversity and inclusion in our workforce in order to fully support our families.  AZA United welcomes applicants of any race, age, religion, gender, identity or any other aspect which makes you unique.

To learn more about AZA United, visit our website or check out our Glassdoor page




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