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Program Department

RECREATION PROGRAM ASSISTANT

The Program Assistant works with graduate/doctoral level professionals and highly experienced staff in a team atmosphere to facilitate programs, provide direct supervision, and support participants. The Program Assistant will utilize evidence-based practices for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (“ASD”) and intellectual disabilities to assist participants and carry out the goals of the program. The Program Assistant will participate in a variety of physical activities including but not limited to fitness, walking, swimming, golf, tennis, and soccer. The Program Assistant supports programs that take place at The Els Center of Excellence and in community-based settings. This job requires flexibility in schedule (with a need for support in the evenings and weekends)

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ADULT DAY PROGRAM PERSONAL CARE AIDE – PART TIME (30 HOURS)

The Adult Day Program Personal Care Aide (PCA) works with graduate/doctoral level professionals and highly experienced staff in a team atmosphere to facilitate programs, provide direct supervision, and support participants in daily living skills. The PCA will utilize evidence-based practices for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related developmental disabilities to assist participants and carry out the goals of the program. The PCA will need to be able to actively participate and assist participants during volunteer projects and instructional classes while out in the community and on-site. In addition, the PCA will actively participate in a variety of physical activities such as fitness, swimming, and golf. The PCA will support clients in programs both at The Els Center of Excellence and during outings across community-based settings.

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ADULT DAY TRAINING PROGRAM ASSISTANT – FULL TIME

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The Adult Day Training Program Assistant works with graduate/doctoral level professionals and highly experienced staff in a team atmosphere to facilitate programs, provide direct supervision, support participants, develop Implementation Plans in coordination with the Adult Day Training Program Coordinator, collect and interpret data for goal attainment.  The Program Assistant will utilize evidence-based practices for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related developmental disabilities to assist participants and carry out the goals of the program.  The Program Assistant will need to be able to actively participate and assist participants during volunteer projects and instructional classes while out in the community and on site. In addition, the Program Assistant will actively participate in a variety of physical activities such as fitness, swimming, and golf.  The Program Assistant will support programs that take place at The Els Center of Excellence® and in community-based settings.

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SEA OF POSSIBILTIES ASSISTANT – PART TIME

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The Sea of Possibilities is a microbusiness of the Els for Autism Foundation.  Ocean-inspired art products are created by participants of the Adult Day Training Program as a means of teaching vocational, social, and communication skills. The Sea of Possibilities (SOP) Assistant supports all functions of the microbusiness including attending weekend and evening art fairs to sell products. This position requires a flexible work schedule which may include work both on The Els Center for Excellence Campus and in the community.

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LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR

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This position includes mental health counseling services in the form of psychosocial assessments, individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, family systems support, and social competence training. Mental health counseling services are offered to individuals and families experiencing mental health needs associated with living with or being a family member to an individual with autism spectrum disorder and other related disabilities. Individual and group counseling services are offered live or via telehealth in both individual and group formats. The Licensed Mental Health Counselor will triage and support the initial application process of all mental health counseling clients, will oversee all mental health counseling services, supervise counselors working toward licensure and provide mental health consultation and support across programs within the Foundation. This position requires flexibility in schedule (may include working hours in the evenings and/or on weekends) and may include conducting counseling services both on and off campus.

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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADULT SERVICES

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The Associate Director of Adult Services is an experienced administrator leading managers and staff in the daily operations of the Adult Services Department. The primary role of the Associate Director is to achieve the mission of The Foundation through the development, facilitation, and sustainability of a wide range of innovative, evidence-based services including but not limited to, vocational training, supported employment,
independent living training programs, family support, and clinical consultation services to adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. The Associate Director of Adult Services is responsible for assuring the overall quality and effectiveness of all services provided, and for the development and attainment of financial and operational goals. This position is responsible for ensuring continuous quality assurance is being effectuated and that programs and services are in compliance with our various funding entities, grantors, and oversight agencies. Strong leadership, communication, collaboration, and managerial skills are necessary.

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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) – Full Time

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The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) provides 1:1 and group behavioral intervention services to adults diagnosed with ASD and other developmental disorders. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment is individualized to meet the unique needs of each client. Behavioral programs may be used to reduce maladaptive behaviors and promote skill acquisition. Areas of focus include communication, daily living skills, social skills, personal hygiene, and vocational skills. The RBT works as part of the Adult Services Day Program Team and in collaboration with the transdisciplinary team composed of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, music therapists, educators, and parents. A Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA/BCBA-D) designs or guides the programs implemented by the RBT with input from all members of the adult client’s team when applicable. The RBT is responsible for providing services in accordance with the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct. Training and supervision on behavior analytic principles and procedures are provided via didactic and on-the-job training. The RBT is required to have an RBT certification and a minimum of one year of experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum. Behavior analytic services may be provided at The Els Center of Excellence® or in community-based settings.

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Development Department

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING

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The Director of Development & Marketing will serve as a key leadership member, setting the organization’s strategic major gift and grant agenda to achieve and exceed its revenue goals through the solicitation of individual, corporate and foundation support to grow the base of philanthropic support and increase public awareness of the Els for Autism Foundation. Activities will include fundraising efforts involving major gifts, defined as donations and grants over $100,000; planned giving; annual giving; direct marketing; corporate and foundation support; sponsorships. The individual will work closely with the Executive Director, Managing Director, and Board of Directors in developing and implementing periodic capital and/or other comprehensive campaigns. The Director of Development and Marketing will work to inspire people to connect with the mission of Els for Autism through strategic marketing and communications, while helping to build and manage the Els for Autism brand and all aspects of marketing communications in order to raise the awareness of the organization and increase donor development.

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Administration & Operations

HR COORDINATOR

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The Human Resources Coordinator supports all manpower resources needed to support our mission. You will facilitate all HR functions and programs and work toward improving policies, practices, and procedures to ensure staff efficiency and high-performance.

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