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Sr. Residential BCBA
Upstate Caring Partners
The Senior Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (Sr. BCBA) of Upstate Caring Partners will lead the quality of residential applied behavior analysis services for individuals with IDD, agency education and collaborative partnership initiatives for the purpose of strengthening the infrastructure of supports available to children and adults with IDD spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities and their families. In conjunction with Upstate Caring partners’ clinical, educational, and residential administrative leadership teams, the Sr. BCBA will provide direct services and support to existing programs consistent with best practices in the IDD field using evidence-based practices. The Sr. BCBA will oversee the professional development of residential BCBA staff and communicate in a manner that energizes the work force, promotes retention, encourages team excellence, facilitates continuous learning and reinforces positive partnerships throughout the organization. The Sr. BCBA will be responsible to ensure integration of clinical behavioral services between the residential services and day service or education program.

Starting Rate: $108,000
Director of Healthcare Services
This is an outstanding opportunity to work with an amazing interdisciplinary team and truly have impact. The Director of Healthcare Services oversees a team of 6 nurses and 1 medical assistant who provide care for over 200 individuals in our school and residential settings. The Director’s responsibilities encompass a diverse range of essential duties, starting with spearheading the development and implementation of nursing care philosophies, goals, and objectives. The Director ensures that our standards of nursing practice align with professional guidelines while continuously assessing and enhancing the quality of care provided. Additionally, this role oversees various facets of healthcare management, including resident care, adult day programs, and school health initiatives, collaborating closely with physicians to optimize healthcare delivery. If you're ready to make a meaningful impact in healthcare management and contribute to the well-being of individuals and families in our community, we welcome you to join our dynamic team.
Senior Applied Behavior Analyst
The Guild for Human Services
Are you a Senior BCBA and want to do something different? The Guild School values community-based inclusion for our students. We are seeking creative, experienced, and excited professionals to work with community-based and residential education programs for students with intellectual disabilities. If you are looking for a challenge, have BCBA and LABA Certifications and have a commitment to inclusion and experiential learning, apply! Full and part time positions available and no hourly billing or client chasing is required!

Senior Clinicians provide high-level consultation and direct service to The Guild School’s students ages 6-22 years old who are diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, including autism, along with concurrent mental health diagnoses and challenging behaviors. Working in collaboration with program managers, qualified therapists also provide clinical supervision to junior analysts and those seeking licensure. This position is an integral piece of an interdisciplinary team with a primary goal to provide effective interventions that lead to an improved quality of life, community inclusion, and functional skills development. Services are rendered in milieu (school and group homes) as well as in community-based settings to promote generalization.

BCBA- $10,000 Sign-On Bonus!
Amego, Inc.
Center-Based Locations and In-Home Services: Work with clients in a variety of settings, including our state-of-the-art centers and in the comfort of their homes.
Certified Head Teacher- Special Edication
Amego, Inc.
Provide educational opportunities with the firm belief that everyone is capable of learning; complete assessments; write IEPs and lesson plans; monitor progress; provide training and supervision to classroom staff; collaborate with related service providers (PT, OT, SLP, BCBA); maintain regular parent communication
BCBA - Clinic Based Services
Utah Autism Academy
We are hiring a BCBA to assist with our clinic-based aba program that serves individuals with autism across the lifespan (new aba adult program as well). We'd love to chat with you, if you are interested in relocating to beautiful Utah!
Hybrid BCBA in Western Mass
Sprout, MBC
Join a values based organization providing compassion ABA in Western Massachusetts. We integrate precision teaching, PEAK, SBT and other current best practices in ABA. Provide in-home and center based services with the flexibility of a hybrid position. Competitive pay, full benefits package and plenty of room to grow within the organization.
BCBA - Across MA and NH
ABA Helps, LLC
Part-time and full time opportunities available for in home services. Competitive salaries and flexible schedule and caseloads.
BCBA- Adult Services
WCI- Work, Community, Independence
Come join our Adult Service agency working that provides residential, day program, Deaf services and ABI supports. Creative and unique opportunities await working with dedicated staff and a collaborative team.
ABA Specialist
Boston Public Schools

The Special Education ABA Specialist is responsible for the implementation of individualized intervention utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and discrete trial programs within a classroom setting and/or individually if deemed necessary. He/she will work under the direction and supervision of the Special Education and Student Services Program Director for ABA. The Special Education ABA Specialist will work as a member of a collaborative team and participate in IEP team meetings as needed.
The Guild for Human Services
The Licensed Psychologist will utilize clinical expertise and evidence-based practices to conduct assessments, contribute to interdisciplinary treatment plans, and provide direct counseling services. Participation in the Clinical Advisory Group will include work aimed at dissemination of best clinical practices for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities through (1) consultative support to program leadership teams regarding the implementation of clinical frameworks and practices, (2) clinical supervision of direct service providers, and (3) teaching, training, researching, and publishing in their areas of clinical practice. Utilizing Quality of Life Frameworks, Trauma-Informed practices, and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) they will provide consultation, training, and support for caregivers and staff to create comprehensive programming and promote the quality of life for individuals served by The Guild.
Pediatrician/ Dev Pedi
Integrated Center for Child Development
Developmental and medical management of children with autism in a multi-disciplinary setting.
Link: None
Utah Autism Academy
Looking for an SLP to join our team in Utah! Reach out for more information if you are interested in relocating to Utah!
Behavior Technicians, Special Education Teachers
Newton Public Schools
Please see our postings (link below)
Skills Trainer
Shepard Household

Looking for a Skills Trainer who is hands-on, alert and detail oriented with an upbeat and loving personality

The skills trainer must be able to assist different individuals affectively and with full support

Strong knowledge of behavioral individuals and ability to distinguish different coping skills

Knowledge of independent living skills and creative implementation

Assist the individual to accomplished the goals set in his/her individual support plan

Excellent problem solving, writing, communication, organizational and time management skills

Ability to manage multiple tasks in an efficient manner

Ability to interact socially, participate in games, puzzles, arts & crafts

Ability to relate to families in a positive manner and act as a role model to client

knowledge of local community resources and comfortable with going to parks, malls, restaurants, etc

Patient demeanor and ability to stay calm when child is emotional or aggressive

Enthusiastic and energetic - provide positive reinforcement through personal energy

Comfortable with toileting and feeding assistance

Must have direct support experience with people with ID/DD

Successful completion and maintenance of the following: CPR and First Aid Certification; Human Rights; Universal Precautions; Mandated Reporting; DPPC; Fire Safety and Vehicle Safety Health and employees on the 1st day of employment

Working knowledge of behavior modification techniques

Complete unique progress notes for each shift and perform other duties as assigned

Pay: $18.00 - $25.00 per hour
Link: None
Occupational Therapist - Full-time
The Children's Center for Communication and Beverly School for the Deaf (CCCBSD) offers exceptional school-based programs for children (ages 3 to 22) with unique learning, developmental, and communication challenges. The CCC and BSD Programs support students with a wide range of cognitive, physical, and developmental needs.

We are seeking an experienced full-time occupational therapist to join our team of five professionals in support of the needs of our students. The occupational therapy team partners with a larger therapeutic and clinical team including: physical therapists, speech and language pathologists, nurses, assistive technology specialists, vocational professionals, and a curriculum team.

CCCBSD occupational therapists provide both push-in and pull-out opportunities for students ages 3 to 22. CCCBSD faculty provide a 204 day schedule for students with traditional school vacations and a 24 day summer schedule. This position works under the leadership of a highly seasoned and knowledgeable Director of Occupational Therapy. Pediatric and Developmental experience preferred.

Exceptional benefits, team setting, and professional development. For more information please visit our website:

Contact: Chief Program Officer, Rachel Barstow
Community Support Professional
Direct support for a 32 year old. To engage individual in community activities, attend NEARC recreation and Special Olympics activities, go for walks and other recreational activities. Some in-home hours as well. Support inclusion, safety, well being and dignity. Must have car. Posting is by family. Applicant would be screened and hired by Seven Hills Family Services. Hours needed include some Saturdays, some Friday evenings, Wednesday and Thursday Afternoons as needed. Possible Tuesday afternoons
Link: None
Intensive Needs Special Education Teacher
Located in Beverly, Massachusetts, The Children's Center for Communication is a school for children ages 3 to 22 with unique developmental, physical, and communication needs. We are currently hiring an Intensive Special Needs Classroom Teacher as we expand our program for students with intensive developmental and communication needs. Small classroom of 3-5 students with an intensive faculty ratio using a communication-based model of instruction. Delivering an adapted curriculum, classroom instruction, therapeutic support, and use of instructional and communication technology including Assistive Technology and AAC.

Candidates should have experience leading a classroom in a special needs setting and familiarity with various instructional methodologies. Experience with children presenting with a range of disabilities and challenges required. Must have knowledge of and experience using voice output systems. 206 day program. Typical school year calendar including 23 day summer schedule. Includes support from a complete team of specialists including: SLPs, OTs, PTs, BCBAs, Assistive Technology support, Adaptive Physical Education, Curriculum Specialists, and more. Highly collaborative team setting with all of the positive benefits of a private, specialized campus in Beverly. We recruit exceptional educators who collaborate in a team-based setting. Recent graduates with or eligible for state licensure are encouraged to apply.

Starting salary for a first year masters-level licensed teacher is $72,120/yr. Additional benefits include: weekly professional development, ongoing curriculum and clinical support and collaboration to enhance classroom and school learning.

Apply directly on SchoolSpring or Contact: Kristen Humber, CCC Program Director:
Paraprofessional/Teaching Assistant - Intensive Special Needs
Located in Beverly, Massachusetts, The Children's Center for Communication (CCCBSD) is a school for children ages 3 to 22 with unique developmental, physical, and communication needs.

CCC boasts small classroom size of 4-5 students with an intensive faculty ratio. The program supports a general life-skills curriculum, classroom and community-based instruction, therapeutic and daily care support, use of technology including Assistive Technology and AAC.

Candidates should have experience working in a classroom or special needs setting, and have experience using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Bachelors degree in Human Services or related field preferred. Related experience in Human Services and Behavior Management and ABA can be substituted for educational requirement. Typical 180 day school year calendar plus a 24 day summer schedule. You will receive support from a complete team of specialists including: SLPs, OTs, PTs, BCBA, School Psychologist, Assistive Technology support, Adaptive Physical Education, Curriculum Specialists, and more. Highly collaborative team setting with all of the positive benefits of a private, specialized campus in Beverly.

Recent graduates of Communication Disorders, Psychology, or Teaching programs are encouraged to apply. We support our teaching assistants, through tuition reimbursement in developing a career track toward a Master's degree and becoming a special needs classroom teacher.

Depending on experience and degree, salary range is $37,700-48,600 annually. Positions open now for the 2023-2024 school year.

Currently scheduling in-person interviews and campus tours.

Apply directly on, SchoolSpring or Contact: CCC Program Director:
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