Since 1939, Easterseals North Texas has helped individuals of all abilities achieve their highest level of self-esteem and independence. A nationally accredited, state-licensed community-based nonprofit, Easter Seals North Texas serves clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area as well as 37 counties in North Texas. Our centers are located in Fort Worth and North Dallas.
We invite you to join the team! Easterseals North Texas offers a comprehensive benefit plan and competitive salaries and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Easterseals North Texas prohibits employment discrimination in staff hiring, promotions, terminations, program or client assignments, or in any other employment related action. Download copies of our policy in English & Spanish.
Easterseals North Texas participates in E-Verify. Download copies of the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work Posters in English & Spanish.
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We are hiring in North Texas! Join us at Easterseals North Texas for an exciting career as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. Mission: To change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day. www.Easterseals.com/northtexas Easterseals North Texas helps more than 4,500 individuals every year become more independent. Our therapists, job coaches, and other professionals make profound differences every day in the way people live, learn, work, and play. As a part of the community since 1939, we deliver high-quality, customized care to our neighbors. The BCBA functions as the team leader of the client's Interdisciplinary Autism Treatment Team, providing evaluation, treatment, and consultation services to children and their families. The BCBA uses the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis within a family centered approach. The BCBA will develop and carry out programs and activities designed to improve the lives of children with autism and their families. View More >>
CLASS Case Manager provides comprehensive case management services to individuals enrolled in the Community Living Assistance Support Services (CLASS) Medicaid Waiver program, administered by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). The CLASS Case Manager consistently meets all CLASS program standards as stated in the CLASS Provider Manual, Policy Revisions/Clarifications, and Information Letter Clarifications. View More >>
Working under the direction of the BCBA and the Assistant Case Manager, the Junior Instructor will utilize Incidental Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques and developmentally appropriate guidance with children 6 weeks to 6 years of age. The Junior Instructor functions as an integral part of the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team, providing ABA therapy and care to children. View More >>
The Pediatric Occupational Therapist functions as an integral member of the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team, providing outpatient evaluation, treatment and consultation services to children and adults and their families. The Pediatric Occupational Therapist focuses evaluation and treatment primarily on fine motor and self-help skills along with activities of daily living; visual/perceptual skills and sensory integration; as well as upper body strength and upper extremity function. View More >>