May Institute offers a continuum of care that begins with applied behavioral analysis (ABA) services for toddlers newly diagnosed with an ASD, and continues with school consultation, residential placement, special education schools, and adult services to meet the needs of our many clients and their families.
Our mission and vision drive us to understand each person's unique needs and find effective means to help each individual reach his or her potential and live as independently as possible.
We offer a competitive salary, an array of exceptional benefits, flexible scheduling to meet the needs of families, fully paid in-house training, continuing education seminars, internal transfers and promotions, generous time off, and the opportunity to work with national experts in the fields of ASD and other developmental disabilities, brain injury, and behavioral health.
Other terrific opportunities for professional growth and development include:
A highly collaborative environment and the opportunity to work with teams of BCBA
Tuition reimbursement and opportunities to participate in graduate programs
Senior-level clinical support and supervision from doctoral-level BCBAs
Participation in applied and grant-funded research
Opportunities to publish and present
Diverse clinical experiences across age ranges and populations in the community and at our world-class schools and outstanding adult programs
Ongoing professional development tailored to areas of interest
Cutting-edge developments in computerized data management systems and technology for communication and language training
Supervision hours to meet advanced academic requirements
Generous compensation and great benefits package
May Institute's Home, School, and Center Based Division is currently seeking a Masters Level In Home-Based Services (IHBS) Consultant to provide behavioral support services to families of individuals who display challenging behavior at home and in the community.
10-20 Hours per week
Candidates must be flexible in their scheduling, which may include weekend hours, based on the needs and availability of the families served.
Provide a structured setting for learning new skills and eliminating problem behaviors
Oversee the daily activities and ensure the health, safety, and general well-being of the student(s)
Observe and analyze behavior and evaluate progress
Provide treatment procedures as specified in student's treatment plan
Provide support to families, including skills training and sibling services
Masters degree in a related field
Demonstrated knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis
Previous experience with social/emotional disabilities preferred
Ability to work independently and as part of a wrap-around team
May Institute is an Equal Opportunity employer of qualified individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law. May Institute also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees based on any of the protected categories.
Pay Type Hourly
Required Education Master's Degree
Plymouth, MA, USA
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