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Do you enjoy working with children? Have you had experience working with children on the autism spectrum? Are you interested in being trained while getting paid to provide ABA therapy to children on the spectrum? This may be a great opportunity for you! Easterseals Washington is recruiting for ABA THERAPISTS for our ABA therapy program in Silverdale. This program provides center-based services. The ABA Therapist provides specialized behavioral intervention services and therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. High school diploma or national equivalent required and full paid training to help you attain your Registered Behavior Therapist certification provided. View More >>
The Assistant Director will coordinate with the Program Director to maintain quality program procedures and outcomes. View More >>
At Easterseals Olympic Peninsula Autism Center we boldly pursue the most progressive methods of teaching children with autism and their families how, not only to overcome, but also how to excel in the face of one of the most puzzling conditions humankind faces. The BCBA provides specialized behavioral intervention services and therapy supervision for children with autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. View More >>
The certified Nursing Aid is an integral member of the nursing team. This position is responsible for four areas within the center: Provision of Activities of Daily Living, Group Facilitation, Care Plan Management, and Quarterly Management. View More >>
Responsible for the cost effective and efficient development and operation of the assigned Easter Seals Child Development Center. View More >>
The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) Lead Teacher is responsible for providing an early childhood education program for a group of three and four year old children that meet the early childhood education standards of the ECEAP Performance Standards. The Lead Teacher addresses all areas of development and meets the individual needs of each child. In partnership with parents, the Lead Teacher observes and assesses children’s development, plans children’s curriculum based on child development knowledge, designs the learning environment, and implements and supervises developmentally appropriate learning activities. View More >>
The Employment Consultant (EC) works to place individuals with developmental disabilities in community-based jobs by developing, implementing, assessing, modifying and communicating approved individualized plans while maintaining determined financial outcomes. View More >>
The Floater I will assist and support all center classrooms by providing break and lunch relief for center staff, and support the classroom teacher and therapy staff in program implementation and the day-to-day care and supervision of children. View More >>
The Kitchen Coordinator is an integral member of the center staff. This position is responsible for Food Preparation, Food Program Compliance, and Kitchen Maintenance. View More >>
The Head Start Classroom Teacher plans, implements, evaluates, and supervises developmental classrooms for children, including children with disabilities and their peers without disabilities when applicable. He/she will act as case manager/service coordinator for each child in the class by consulting with parents and other staff to promote and ensure appropriate programming, and must adhere to and perform the duties/responsibilities outlined by the Head Start program. The Head Start Classroom Teacher adhere to may be asked to assist other center staff members in a variety of ways. View More >>
The Occupational Therapist (OT) will provide occupational therapy services and rehabilitative training. View More >>
The Program Assistant is an integral member of the team. This position is responsible for three main areas within the center: Program Services, Group Facilitation, and Care Plan Management. View More >>
The Registered Nurse (RN) is an integral member of the Health Service team. This position is responsible for Health Services Management, Care Plan Management, onsite consultation with the Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), and nursing assessments. View More >>
The Camp Counselor provides personal care and supervision of campers to ensure a quality camp experience to children and adults with disabilities. Part-time; 1-2 weekends per month from September through May. View More >>
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