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Available Jobs

Looking for Compassionate, Caring and Energetic Employees

Chief Operating Officer – The Chief Operating Officer will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for all Chileda programs. The COO is responsible for providing effective and inspiring leadership, building a caring, compassionate and responsible workforce to provide excellent supervision and a quality experience for students. The COO ensures the programs are fully compliant with all licensing, accreditation, policies and procedures. The COO is responsible for the Residential Care Center (RCC), Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) and Chileda Day School programs, and related departments. Directly supervises the Compliance Manager, Educational Manager, and Residential Manager. Is a member of the Administrative Team, including the CEO and CFO. The COO reports to the CEO, ensuring the Mission, Vision and Values are in the forefront of actions and results.

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Lead Behavior Specialist – Completes functional behavior assessments (FBA) using interviews with members of the child’s interdisciplinary team, direct observation, review of records, and other appropriate assessments. Works with interdisciplinary team to develop and monitor individual behavioral approaches defined in each student’s Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP) using results of the FBA in concert with all areas of staff, parents, guardians, and social work agencies to accomplish a positive behavior support plan for youth entering Chileda’s program(s). Plans for and facilitates less restrictive behavioral interventions. Complies with all applicable licensing rules, by regulatory entities, and accreditation standards.

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Behavior Specialist – Utilize dignity and respect when working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Have a sound knowledge of developmental disabilities, particularly Autism Spectrum Disorders, attachment disorders, cognitive challenges, and interfering behavior. Demonstrate knowledge of outcome-based treatment philosophy. Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, parents, and social workers, effectively use written communication, and effectively use computers and other technological resources relevant to special education field.

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Special Education Teacher – Responsible for the overall operation of assigned classroom, including student evaluation, and the design and implementation of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Provide overall direction and supervision of assigned classroom in coordination with the agency program initiative. Develop and implement viable and productive lesson plans and educational experiences for students within the framework of each student’s assessed strengths and needs.

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Program Assistant – The starting wage is $11/hour Monday-Friday and $12/hour Saturday and Sunday. Provision of comprehensive educational, recreational, and residential care, including assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), social skills development, and verbal and physical behavioral interventions for children and young adults with special needs including Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Attachment Challenges, related developmental delays, and intensive behavioral needs.

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 Please email employment inquiries to hr@chileda.org