Instructional Therapist needed to work with an adult with autism on a casual basis. Individual will implement vocational, communication, and academic curricula in both educational, community, and home settings. Individual must provide constant supervision to the client while maintaining the highest level of safety. The ideal candidate has some experience working with non-verbal adult learners with autism in home programs, private school and community settings and has a flexible schedule.
Specific duties & responsibilities:
client's daily routines, assisting with personal hygiene, and preparing small meals
Minimum qualifications (mandatory):
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Any specific physical requirements for the job:
Classified title: Instructional Therapist
Working title: Autism Teacher
Salary Range: $30.00/hr. (Commensurate with experience)
Employee Group: Casual/On Call
Employee Subgroup: Exempt
Schedule: Working up to 37.5 hours per week; Monday-Friday (Varies)
Location: 60 E. 42 Street, New York, NY
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