The successful candidate is one who has demonstrated
competency in, a) collaborating with a team to develop
individualized positive behavior support plans, b) developing and
monitoring behavioral and social skills instructional programs,
c) providing direct behavior analytic consultation and ongoing
teacher training, and d) working as an integral member of an
educational team providing high quality services to children with
significant academic, behavioral, and social skills needs.
Provide direct instruction, training and support to students with
autism spectrum and other related disabilities to teachers and
Provide support to insure the successful inclusion of K-12
students with disabilities in a public school setting.
Effectively manage caseload and prepare all documentation in a
timely fashion; participate in related IEP meetings.
Conduct functional behavior assessments and recommend positive
behavior supports for students with Autism Spectrum and other
Provide support for staff in the use of ABA strategies.
Prior experience in the evaluation and treatment of children with
serious behavioral problems and spectrum disorder required.
Experience within a public school setting strongly preferred.