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Eden Autism Services Our Teaching Assistants work directly with their students to implement IEP goals and manage maladaptive behaviors appropriately under direct supervision of a Certified Teacher. Eden follows an ABA approach to teaching. TAs are responsible for collecting data and graphing, writing progress reports, and keep an updated work profile for each student.
High school diploma required. Full-time status in an approved university or college program in special education or related field; or Bachelor’s degree in special education or related field strongly preferred.
Recreation Assistant (Part Time)
Eden Autism Services The Recreation Assistant provides instruction to students during community-based activities, and implements teaching goals and behavior support plans under the direction of a certified teacher. Recreation Assistants are responsible for ensuring students are engaged in appropriate activities, daily collection of teaching and behavioral data, and writing daily logs to communicate with parents.
High School diploma required or GED equivalent required. Enrolled in college or university toward a four-year degree is strongly preferred.
Rutgers, Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking Full-time Classroom Assistants for the Douglass Developmental DisabilitiesCenter. Under the direct supervision of the certified teacher, assists in providing educational and/or behavioral programs for elementary through 12th-grade students.
Child Development Specialist
Sunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Services We currently are looking for Educators throughout New Jersey.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides developmental supports, services, and on-going assessments in natural environments for children, age 0-3, and their families according to their Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) Conduct initial assessments and attend IFSP’s with the appropriate flexibility needed to meet families’ schedules, in their natural environment, with respect for individual cultural differences Provides periodic home visits to the child and family providing support to enhance parent-child interactions and developmental guidance Supports the family in providing an appropriate environment and activities and strategies to enhance their child’s development Work as a team member, including families as active equal participants Attendance at initial IFSP meetings, periodic 3 or 6 month IFSP reviews and Annual IFSP meetings Have clear communication with families and with all other team members Submission of all paperwork in accordance with agency policies and procedures Maintain strict confidentiality of all shared verbal and written information gathered according to agency policy Demonstrates compliance with state-mandated training requirements Attendance at agency monthly staff meetings Perform other duties as assigned/required Travel required Experience/Education/Credentials:
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in a health, human service or education field, and at least one year of experience working with children 0-5 with developmental delays and disabilities or at least six credits in infant and toddler development or early childhood development.
Gateway School Direct educational and behavioral instruction to students 5-21 years of age
The Family Resource Network With more than 50 programs and services available for New Jersey residents living with epilepsy, autism, intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities, and chronic illness, The Family Resource Network (FRN) and its affiliates have been affecting lives of thousands of families across New Jersey for the past 48 years. The BCBA is tasked with completing Functional Behavioral Analyses and creating Behavior Support Plans for youth with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and providing supervision to the staff implementing those Behavior Support Plans.
BCBA RESPONSIBILITIES: Complete the FBA and assessments for each youth that is assigned. Supervise the Behavioral Technician implementing the Behavior Support Plans. Complete Progress Notes for every session and activity related to the implementation of services. Collaborate with the family and other professionals. Conduct parent/caregiver trainings. Attend department meetings and trainings as needed.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Qualifications: BCBA certification Masters Degree in behavior analysis, psychology, or related field (preferred). Ability to exercise good judgement and use common sense. Flexibility to deal with people at a variety of levels, both internally and externally. Ability to present facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form. All services are implemented in the home of the youth being served. The BCBA must be willing to travel to the homes of the youth referred for services. FRN EOE
Community Access Unlimited Community Access Unlimited is seeking Overnight Registered Behavior Technician's to work with individuals with developmental disabilities and implement individualized behavior analytical procedure (i.e., teaching, measurement, behavior-reduction, etc.) under the guidance of a BCBA.
RBT's will help with the creation of an individualized curriculum, utilizing data collection methodology, logging detailed session notes, reviewing and implementing procedural changes referenced in BCBA protocols.
Candidates for this position should either have a high school diploma with three years of experience in Applied Behavior Analysis or a Bachelor's degree in psychology, special education, social work, or a related field and one year of experience in Applied Behavior Analysis. RBT certification (or willing to pursue and complete RBT training). Candidates must have a genuine desire to work with individuals with developmental disabilities, a vehicle to use for work purposes, and a valid driver's license. EOE
Full and Part time Overnight Hours are 11pm-9am. Full Time position includes a comprehensive benefits package.
One week of paid orientation is required prior to the start of your assignment. Ongoing paid training outside of normal work hours is also required.
We provide you with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Center for Family Services Program Coordinator - Full Time - Passaic Mobile Response, Passaic County, NJ
***Sign on Bonus***
Take advantage of our new sign-on bonus! Center For Family Services is a place where you can be part of a dynamic, top workplace team dedicated to improving lives. When you apply and get hired, you are eligible for a $1500-3000 Sign on Bonus depending on licensure.
$3000 for LCSW, LCADC, RN, LMFT, LPC
$1500 for LAC, LPN, LSW
Passaic Mobile Response and Stabilization Services is looking for a Program Coordinator who is energetic, creative, flexible to join a fast pace environment. The Program Coordinator provides supervision and over site to staff who provide crisis management and de-escalation services to youth and families in Passaic County.
Location: Passaic County
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide weekly individual and team supervision to CIS and be available for on-call supervision and/or back up crisis supervision. Identifies needs and provides ongoing staff training in a variety of clinical modalities (e.g., family systems, behavioral, cognitive, etc). Assign cases per program requirements. Ensure compliance with directives from supervisors. Monitors youth/family progress toward goal achievement. Coordinates school, court, etc meetings. Provide Field Supervision Responsible for on call on a rotating basis Attend community meetings/presentations as deemed appropriate Practice sound clinical (when appropriate to license) and administrative judgment and provide guidance to staff accordingly. Effectively act as a liaison between staff and all levels of administration. Make recommendations in hiring, disciplinary actions, promotion and termination in conjunction with Program Director. Conduct regular staff evaluations and oversee implementation of the Quality Assessment and Check In while providing staff with opportunities for leadership. Attends and participates in agency/office meetings. Serves as liaison between agency and all referr
Crisis Intervention Specialist
Center for Family Services Crisis intervention Specialist - Full Time - Passaic Mobile Response, Passaic NJ
Take advantage of our new sign-on bonus! Center For Family Services is a place where you can be part of a dynamic, top workplace team dedicated to improving lives. When you apply and get hired, you are eligible for a $500 sign-on bonus.
Passaic Mobile Response and Stabilization Services is looking for a Crisis Intervention Specialist who is energetic, creative, flexible person to join a fast pace environment. The Crisis Intervention Specialist provides crisis management and de-escalation services to youth and families in Passaic County.
Location: Passaic, NJ
Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintain a caseload as per program requirements. Collaboratively develop individual and family service plans and goals which are behaviorally specific with the family. Provide 24/7 emergency crisis response phone/in person to agency clients on a rotation basis. Respond to crisis call within 1 hour and Provide crisis intervention Provide case management services by coordinating services to meet the needs of the family. Attend school meetings and court hearings as needed. Assist team leads in training as needed both in field and in the office Develop a transition plan with families to assist with termination and ensure linkage to ongoing support. Attend and participate in individual and team supervision as well as any required meetings as determined by the program coordinator. Coordinate and/or participate in collateral meetings. Maintain timely and relevant communication with all involved parties weekly. Document all contact within 24 hours. Maintain ethical and legal compliance. Complete all required trainings through FIS and CSOC Maintain yearly CAT certification Bilingual a plus Currently working with a hybrid model (office, home, community) Job Requirements (Qualifications):
Bachelor's degree in a related field (e.g., social work, counseling, psychology, psyc
The Children's SPOT, Inc. Offering sign on bonus
The Children’s SPOT
We offer Speech, Occupational and ABA therapy programming for children with a variety of cognitive disorders and developmental delays, including Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our therapists have a proven track record and extensive experience working with children in need of early intervention services through to young adulthood in the areas of augmentative and alternative communication, apraxia, articulation, receptive and expressive language disorders, gross and fine motor delays, handwriting, auditory processing, sensory dysfunction, behavior modification, academic instruction, vocational training and more. Our space is designed to have both individual and group sessions. We have a gym, multi sensory room and kitchen, ready to meet the needs of clients of varying ages and needs.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA Therapist) The Children’s SPOT, Inc. is currently in search of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) who are looking to be part of a professional, passionate, and expanding organization. Besides BCBAs and RBTs our team of therapists include occupational therapists and speech/language pathologists. Our clients can be seen in our clinic located in Columbia, MD, the community, or in their homes.
Assess our clients Develop skill acquisition programs Develop function-based behavior reduction interventions Meet regularly with parents/caregivers, school personnel, other service providers, and RBTs to complete assessments and. update progress Train staff on program implementation. Provide session notes, record data, and observe program fidelity. Supervise RBTs Co-treat with other professional
Teacher of Students with Disabilities
Alpine Learning Group Qualifications/Certificates: Bachelor’s degree NJDOE Certified Teacher of Students with Disabilities Experience working with learners with autism Understanding of Applied Behavior Analysis Valid driver’s license
Job Requirements/Skills/Knowledge: Be of good moral character Ability to successfully complete the Alpine Learning Group training program Good problem solving, organizational, oral and written communication skills Facility with educational technology (e.g. tablets, computers) Competence with planning/implementing/evaluating individualized skill acquisition and behavior reduction treatment programs Ability to work with diverse individuals and needs Maintain confidentiality 38 hour work week
Working Environment/Physical Demands: Sitting, walking, standing, occasional running, some lifting, good fine and gross motor coordination when guiding students, ability to supervise play and exercise routines, vision and hearing and receptive and expressive language abilities as suited to instructional and behavioral needs of one’s students.
Responsibilities: The Teacher of Students with Disabilities is responsible for developing students’ success in academics, interpersonal and social skills, communication and language skills, activities of daily living and other areas of skill acquisition. The teacher supervises students in the classroom, develops lesson plans based upon IEPs and Alpine Learning Group procedures, and collaborates with colleagues and families.
Alpine Learning Group Adult Program Adult Program ABA Instructor for Bergen County's Premier Autism Center Alpine Learning Group believes in... Transforming the lives of individuals with autism and their families Being on the cutting edge of autism education and research Learning from top leaders in the field of autism and ABA
Job Duties: • Supervises assigned learners throughout the day • Implements instructional programs • Provides job coaching at Supported Employment/Volunteer sites • Conducts discrete trials • Performs chaining techniques in order to teach more complex tasks • Executes prompting (e.g., modeling, manual guidance, verbal) • Provides incidental teaching learning opportunities • Provides systematic desensitization exposures • Collects, summarizes, and reports data • Manages problem behaviors and implements behavior reduction programs • Reports emergencies and injuries as per ALG policies and procedures • Attends staff meetings and in-service training sessions (including crisis intervention). • Recommends materials, equipment, and supplies. • Carries out other duties as may be requested by the Clinical Supervisors • Contributes to the overall development of instructional and treatment programs
Qualifications and Skills: • High School Diploma • Experience working with adult learners with disabilities (preferred) • Experience working with learners with autism (preferred) • Valid NJ driver's license
Benefits: The Adult Program Instructor will be eligible for a variety of generous fringe benefits after a 90-day waiting period. They include Medical insurance with hospitalization and prescription card (choice of 3 plans), dental insurance with an option to purchase vision insurance, short term and long-term disability.
Positive Aspired Learning, Llc PAL Behavior Technicians provide in-home ABA therapy services to clients with Autism aged 0-21 years. Behavior Technicians receive training, supervision, and have flexible hours.