Rebecca School is currently seeking:
Teaching Assistants – Bachelor’s Degree required as well as experience working with students who have neurodevelopmental delays. Openings for TAs are available immediately.
All positions require an understanding of neurodevelopmental delays in relating and communicating, as well as knowledge of DIR/Floortime. Rebecca School is an interdisciplinary model with all related service and classroom staff working together as a team. The ability to work in dyads and small groups as clinically appropriate is crucial. We offer employee health benefits, 401K, tuition reimbursement and professional development stipends.direct all applications to Kristin Srp, Assistant Director: email@example.com
Rebecca School is expanding its Transitions program and seeking a Masters level full-time Transitions Coordinator to help its older students and their families prepare for the transition from school to adult life. Responsibilities include: leading person-centered planning processes with approximately 20 students and their families, building community partnerships, leading parent trainings and support groups, helping families navigate public benefits, and making quality referrals. Rebecca School is a developmental program that utilizes the DIR Floortime method developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan. Rebecca School serves children on the autism spectrum as well as neurodevelopmental delays ranging from ages 4-21. We offer employee health benefits, 401K, tuition reimbursement, and professional development stipends. Required Experience: 1-3 years of experience working in either a school setting, with individuals with developmental disabilities, or in a clinical setting working with children and families. Bi-lingual in Spanish preferred.
Please send resume and cover letter to Josh Noble, LCSW: firstname.lastname@example.org
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