Coordinate and provide coverage for absent Interventionists. To otherwise provide direct service to meet program and client needs by effectively implementing individualized educational and behavioral support services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. To support staff and child scheduling, along with other program functions.
Bachelor’s degree or higher, preferably in education or the human services field. Educational qualifications may be waived given relevant work experience and demonstrated skills in core job competencies. Prior training and experience working with children with Autism and EBD. Knowledge of, and experience in, ABA treatment methodologies. Supervisory experience desirable but not required.