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Home Based Program Openings:

ABA Therapist Home Based:  Our ABA therapists provide 1:1 instruction for children in home and community settings.  They are responsible for running discrete trials, behavior management, incidental teaching, natural environment teaching and parent training and support.  You work individually with each child and may also participate in EI groups and social skills programs with the child. In this position you will do home/community visits with the children on your caseload of an average 3 visits per day.  You will work with a BCBA assigned to your child to help them in goal setting and generalization of learned skills.

Position requirements:  The position requires a minimum of an Associate’s degree with a Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Demonstrated experience in early childhood education, special education, psychology or autism, may be used in place of degree requirements.

BCBA:
All BCBA’s must be certified and licensed in the state of Massachusetts.  They are responsible for initial and ongoing assessments, treatment planning, concurrent reviews, program development, staff training and supervision, parent training and direct services to clients.  There a both positions in the Center and in the Home programs available.

Senior level BCBA’s have more experience and have worked as a BCBA for a minimum of 3 years and in the field of Autism for 5 years and are responsible for the insurance compliance and oversight.

Staff BCBA’s must have at least 6 months – 1 year experience as a BCBA and 2 years experience working directly with clients in the field of Autism.

Entry level BCBA’s
are newly credentialed BCBA’s with a minimum of 6 – 1 years experience working directly with clients on the Autism spectrum.

Position requirements:  All BCBA’s must have a Master’s degree, experience in Autism and meet all of the state and health insurance company’s requirements and mandates for billing services, be certified and licensed in the State.
Openings exist in both Home based and Center Based Programs for BCBA positions.


Plymouth Campus Openings:


Center Therapist/Teacher:  Our center staff provides individual 1:1 ABA therapy to students as well assistance in group activities and programs in our Plymouth location.  For younger children there are pre-school programs and activities and for older children there is home work assistance, group play, social skills and activities of daily living programs.  You will work under the direction of Program Coordinators and BCBA’s as well as center staff.

Position requirements:  The position requires a minimum of an Associate’s degree with a Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Demonstrated experience in early childhood education, special education, psychology or autism, may be used in place of degree requirements.

Sped Teachers/Tutors: These openings are for the after school program.  The position is to work 1:1 with elementary school age children that  in an inclusive classroom setting to help them develop  study skills and daily routines and activities  that will lead to independence in organization, following directions, task and project completion, communication and related areas.

Position requirements:  A bachelor’s or Associate’s degree is preferred, but demonstrated experience in the area of working with children on the autism spectrum is accepted.

Social Skills Teachers & Group Leaders:  Our social skills programs have a 2 part component: (1) individualized teaching of social skills curriculum in a one to one or two to one setting with generalization of those learned skills to a small group activity of interest the student. Programs run after school and on Saturdays.

Position requirements: A BA or AA is preferred buy demonstrated working with students in a social skills setting and designing and implementing small group activities is applicable.

Guidance Counselors/SPED Teachers:  These positions are for staff to work in our innovative Program CAMPUS CONNECTIONS, a Transition to College program for high school juniors and seniors with Asperger’s and High Functioning Autism.  The initial part of the program will teach students how to explore the college options available to them. Topics covered will include types of support needed in college, whether or not to disclose their diagnosis and working with their high school guidance office and college admissions office to find the “right fit” for them.  The final part of the program will teach students the skills they need to be successful at college, such a navigating dorm life and the issues that arise, time management of classes and homework, identifying learning issues and having accommodations put in place, and dealing with social and emotional challenges that arise at college.  This program also has a parent training component so staff will work with parents and students, both individually and in small groups.

Position requirements: A degree in education, special education, social work, psychology or related field. Demonstrated experience teaching AS or HFA studens, social skills, executive functioning skills, self advocacy and daily life activities.

Center Assistants:  Center assistants help the therapists with the children at the center.  Duties may range from helping with meals, recess coordination and direction, assisting with children’s group activities in the classrooms, administrative work such as photo copying, filing, mailing, answering the phone, helping to clean up and maintain the center and other general tasks.

Position requirements:  A high school diploma or GED, a degree is preferred but not required. Previous experience in Childcare or pre-school settings, tutoring, special education, classroom assistant or related experience is needed.

Interns:  CMS will accept students enrolled in College programs for internships in both our center and in some cases our home programs as interns for semester or longer.  Students will be supervised, receive training and hands on experience in working with children on the autism spectrum.  Although this is not a paid position, there is a small stipend paid each semester to students participating in the program.

To apply for any of these positions, please send a letter of interest and resume to:

info@childrenmakingstrides.com or

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