The level 2 teacher is an entry-level position for individuals who hold a bachelors degree and are looking to begin a career in the field of human services. This position is for individuals who may have little experience to some formal experience working with children with special needs. These teachers work both in the school and in our residences with some evening and weekend hours. While all teachers work with all the students on the team, a Level 2 teacher who has had some formal experience may serve as a case manager for 1 student and is responsible for educational program design, IEP development using the ACE, and regular communication with parents.
The behavioral health technician position is designed for individuals looking to gain experience working with children and young adults with special needs. It is ideal for those with a high school diploma or associates degree or for those just beginning a career in the field of human services while still in school. These behavioral health technicians work primarily in the residences as they learn to provide instruction to our students in the areas of daily living skills, communication skills, social skills and community living skills.
The vocational counselor position is designed for applicants with Canadian citizenship and is for applicants who have had some formal experience working with individuals with special needs. This position works with the 14 and over population and involves the design and implementation of vocational programs and job readiness training. The counselor utilizes applied behavior analysis techniques to implement these programs in an unobtrusive manner in all settings. They serve as an advocate for workers and ensure employers satisfaction on an on-going basis. Counselors participate in skill development instruction including daily living skills, communication, and functional academics. They also may have some case management duties and are expected to work in the school, residence and community work sites during day, evening and weekend hours.Requirements
- Applicants must be seeking a full-time position with the flexibility to work evenings and weekends.
- Minimum requirements:
- Level 2 Teacher: bachelors degree
- Behavioral health technician: high school diploma or equivalent and one year related experience associates degree preferred
- Vocational counselor: bachelors degree, Canadian citizenship
- Applicants must be physically, mentally and emotionally prepared for a challenging career experience. Licensed and unlicensed positions available.
- Applicants must be willing to relocate to the state of Massachusetts.
- Applicants must have their own transportation and be able to obtain a valid Massachusetts drivers license.
- Applicants must have positive academic and employment references.
- Applicants must be bright, energetic individuals with a strong desire to work with children or young adults and with experience in, or an interest in being trained in, the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Applicants with Massachusetts licensure in Severe Disabilities will be given preference.
- Completion of all role responsibilities, which may include case management, depending on the position.
- Thorough knowledge and competent implementation of all student educational programs and behavior management guidelines.
- Diligent implementation of all medical, safety, and emergency procedures.
- Successful completion of the NECC training program.
How To Apply:
Forward resume to
Scott Barnes, Director of Human Resources
New England Center for Children, The
33 Turnpike Road
Southboro, MA 01772
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