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Program Department

We are looking for people like you to join our team!

Are you interested in a job with Els for Autism but don’t see a position matching your skills? We still want to hear from you!

We have a highly qualified transdisciplinary team of professionals in the fields of Behavior Analysis, Speech and Language Pathology, Mental Health Counseling, Occupational Therapy and more.  The team works together to develop unique & individualized programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.

If you feel you are a good fit for our growing team, please apply here.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Full-time

Board Certified Behavior Analyst Job Summary:

The Behavior Analyst is responsible for all aspects of a client’s ABA program including initial intake, program development, implementation, assessment, and discharge. As part of a therapeutic team, the Behavior Analyst will work with individuals from a variety of disciplines including, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, music therapists, educators, and parents. As an integral member of a client’s therapeutic team, the Behavior Analyst is required to communicate the client’s primary goals to other team members and present evidence-based methods for targeting these goals.

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Licensed Clinical Psychologist – Contractor

Licensed Clinical Psychologist Job Summary:

This position focuses on providing differential diagnostic evaluations for children 18 months through 5 years of age who are referred due to a concern of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The psychologist will be expected to administer diagnostic assessments, work on a multidisciplinary team provide diagnoses (e.g., ASD and other related developmental disabilities), provide families with an initial understanding of ASD, write a comprehensive evaluation report and develop empirically supported treatment recommendations.

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Director of Adult Services – Full-time

The 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 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 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, collaborative, and managerial skills are necessary.

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Please send a cover letter and resume to marlene.sotelo@elsforautism.org

Employment Coordinator – Full-time

Employment Coordinator Job Summary:

The Els for Autism Employment Coordinator will work with the Adult Services Manager to develop, plan, implement, and assess employment programs for transition aged-youth and adults with developmental disabilities.  Employment Coordinator will assess the supports in place or needed that enable participants to increase independent living, communication and pre-vocational skills in preparation for paid employment, and work with families to developing systems of referral, family support, and direct support services. Employment Coordinator will oversee employment skills training, assessment, and placement into community employment.  Employment training may take place at The Els Center of Excellence or in community-based settings.

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Behavior Technician – Part-time

Behavior Technician Job Summary:

The Behavior Technician provides 1:1 and group behavioral intervention services to children and 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, play skills, social skills, personal hygiene and vocational skills. The Behavior Technician works as part of a transdisciplinary team composed of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, music therapists, educators, parents and behavior analysts. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA/BCBA-D) designs the programs implemented by the Behavior Technician with input from all members of the child’s team. The Behavior Technician is responsible for providing services in accordance with the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct. Training and supervision of behavior analytic principles and procedures are provided via didactic and on the job training. Behavior analytic services may be provided at The Els Center of Excellence campus or in community-based settings.

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Job Coach – Full-time

Job Coach (Full-time) Job Summary:

Els for Autism Job Coach will work with Adult Services Manager to develop, plan, implement, and assess programs for transition aged-youth and adults with developmental disabilities.  Job Coach will utilize systematic evidence-based strategies and supports to plan and teach activities that enable participants to increase independent living, communication and pre-vocational skills in preparation for paid employment. Job Coach will provide supported employment supports within a community business for Vocational Rehabilitation customers.  Job Coaching may take place at The Els Center of Excellence campus or in community-based settings.  This job requires flexibility in schedule (may include working hours in the evenings and/or on weekends) and commuting between worksite locations.

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Job Coach – Part-time

Job Coach (Part-timeJob summary:

Great opportunity to work with doctorate level professionals and highly experienced staff to develop, plan, implement, and assess programs for transition aged-youth and adults with developmental disabilities.  Job Coach will utilize evidence-based practices for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (“ASD”) to plan and teach activities that enable participants to increase independent living, communication and pre-vocational skills in preparation for paid employment.  Job Coaching may take place at The Els Center of Excellence or in community-based settings.  This job requires flexibility in schedule (with a need for support in the evenings and weekends) and commuting between worksite locations.

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Development Department

Marketing and Events Internship

  • Participants will gain valuable skills relating to the planning and execution of fundraising events as well as experience working for a non-profit organization.
  • Participants will have the opportunity to assist in a wide variety of marketing activities.
  • Apply today! Please complete the form here.