Serve as the primary interventionist in the education/treatment of children with autism.
Implement treatment plans to support the acquisition of social, communication, academic, and daily living skills.
Assist with assessment and implementation of behavior management plans; record and help analyze data on a daily basis.
Participate in group and individualized training meetings on a regular basis.
Work in the family's private residence and community (sometimes in the child's school) helping support, life skills, play, community outings, independence skills, and sibling interactions.
Collaborate with the team, transport to therapies, support the child in social play, language development, and daily living skills
Willing to drive to and from the client’s location
Valid driver's license and vehicle
Experience working with children is a plus
Being bilingual is a plus
Must pass a background check and TB test
Preferred: BA/BS in Psychology, Education, Special Education, Child Development, Social Work, SLP, Communications, or similar fields.
Be energetic, animated, and outgoing, with a passion for helping children achieve their true potential.
Strong interpersonal and communications skills, self-motivated, creative, and dependable.
Comfortable working with children who display behavior challenges.
Bachelor's degree is required. A degree in psychology, applied behavior analysis, or education is preferred.
Los angeles or Orange County
at least 1 year