ABA Tutor-Northern New Hampshire JobMilton, NH

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$2,500 Sign On Bonus! *based on start date

Advance your career in Special Education and ABA with us!  The New England Center for Children is seeking to fill a full-time ABA Tutor position. Extensive training provided and previous experience credited!
Tutors will work under the direct supervision of the Partner Program Lead Teacher. The tutor is responsible for supporting students across various settings within the public school. The tutor works directly with students to help them acquire skills and participate successfully across the school day utilizing the principles of ABA. Gain knowledge and skills implementing plans and lessons to address students’ clinical, educational, social, vocational, and daily living skills objectives.

About YOU: You are seeking a full-time position in a public school and have a strong interest in working with children and young adults. You have strong interpersonal skills and aspire towards gaining knowledge and understanding of best educational practices and the principles of ABA. You have interest in becoming a special education teacher or BCBA. You want a position with opportunities for advancement.

  • 35 days PAID vacation per year starting first year
  • Comprehensive health / dental / vision benefits
  • Retirement / pension plans
  • Generous sick time package
  • Childcare reimbursement
  • Predictable M-F schedule
  • PAID College/Tuition Support at Masters and Bachelor’s level
    • Become a Special Education Teacher: FREE on-site or virtual master’s or post-master’s program through Simmons University (MSEd Autism Specialization) with tracks to become a licensed teacher in both MA and NH. 
      • Estimated value:  $55,000
      • Paid practicum experience with supervision provided
    • Become a BCBA: Generous Tuition support/reduced cost through Western New England University or Regis College (MS Applied Behavior Analysis)  
      • BCBA supervision hours provided
    • Interested in a related field? We offer generous tuition reimbursement
    • Working on a bachelor’s degree? Tuition support for Bachelor’s program in related field
  • Additional miscellaneous benefits

  • Direct instruction for children with autism in both sub-separate and inclusion classrooms
  • Paid time each day to complete case management responsibilities which may include:
    • Data summary
    • Generating lesson materials
    • Modifying curriculum
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills and ability to carry out written and verbal instructions
  • Supportive of an inclusive culture celebrating the diversity of NECC’s employees, families, and students

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Interest in working with children or young adults in a special education setting
  • Ability to obtain US driver's license and access to personal vehicle
  • Successful completion of NECC-required training including CALM safety training to teach de-escalation strategies and procedures to manage challenging behavior in the safest way possible.
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