Behavior Technician Resume Sample

Updated on: October 27, 2019

The word “unfocused” is considered ugly in the job search, so it is important not to divert your focus when writing a resume.

The mention of too many jobs on your resume is employment suicide. It indicates a lack of commitment and does not gel well with a prospective employer.


A behavior technician should only write relevant experience, charting out the work that he did alongside licensed psychologists, teachers, social workers and school nurses.

Here is a sample resume for this position:

See also: ABA Therapist Resume




Behavior Technician Resume Sample



Brenda Campbell
635 Wilson Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 51128
(000) 999-9999
bcamp @ email . com

Behavior Support Technician

Inborn love to work with children with special needs.

7+ years’ diverse experience in a wide range of behavior management roles within educational institutions. An energetic and reliable professional with keen observational skills Strong track record of developing and implementing effective behavior management programs with consistent rollback effects.

• Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment alongside teachers, counselors, nurses, and school social service workers.
• Adept at developing and monitoring comprehensive behavioral objectives and goals.
• Able to put in place and oversee the work of “guidance centers,” to provide core assistance to students in behavioral distress.
• Skilled at assessing crises and diffusing situations, using conflict resolution techniques.

– One-on-one instruction
– Autism Spectrum Disorders
– Fun environment creation
– Cooperative discipline
– Reentry plans and referrals
– Intervention techniques
– Social skills development

• Developed and implemented a program called “Everest Child,” which brought children with ADHD together and placed them in an environment conducive to individualized learning.
• Reintegrated 33 autistic children into society by employing strategic behavior management programs.
• Increased parents’ interest in behavior support for their children by introducing a parent-teacher-child development program.
• Decreased the number of children with behavioral problems from 52 to 11 within one academic year.


Behavior Support Technician
The Arc of the Ozarks, St. Paul, MN | 2015-present

• Confer with school nurses and teachers to determine types of behavior issues individual students are facing
• Assess each child for behavior issues by conferring with them individually and in groups
• Determine strategic behavior support programs for each student
• Conduct classroom observations to determine behavior intervention plans
• Hold meetings with teachers and social workers to assess the need for intervention
• Plan intervention policies and guide school personnel on how to execute them
• Take and record students’ histories and document reasons that may have contributed to behavior issues
• Supervise students’ interactions with their peers and take notes to determine plans of action
• Document progress of each student after careful observation

Behavior Support Technician
The Mind People, Saint Paul, MN | 2011-2015

• Assisted in assessing patients with behavior problems by engaging them in conversation
• Provided support to psychologists in terms of taking patient data and providing feedback
• Planned interventions and observation techniques to determine patient response to medication and therapy
• Restrained unruly patients to ensure that they do not harm themselves
• Took telephone calls for information and appointments
• Maintained records of patients’ medical and mental health histories

A.S., Psychology

CPR and First Aid

• Social media interaction
• MS Word and Excel