New York Child Learning Institute (NYCLI) (nycli.org), one of AABR’ s most influential programs, is currently in need of a Special Education teacher with a special knowledge of ABA.
Working in AABR’ s Early Childhood Services division NYCLI the Special Education Teacher ABA works alongside the Early Childhood Aide and Assistants as part of the interdisciplinary team.
Working in the classroom the Early Intervention Special Education Teacher ABA works with children with developmental disabilities on a variety of age appropriate educational goals Responsibilities
• Evaluate, assess, and screen students using appropriate standardized testing and clinical observational skills
• Responsible for the implementation of a child’s ISP and progress towards goals
• Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to implement the curricula utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
• Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to effectively manage classroom behaviors and implement Behavior Intervention Plans
• Provide required documentation for EI services that your program and/or supervisor have outlined for you
• Demonstrate ability to collect data and maintain documentation in a professional, efficient, accountable and confidential manner
• Supervise children during classroom activities
• Demonstrate the ability to effectively manage the assigned classroom staff
• Attend all meetings as scheduled and collaborate with other professional, staff and families
• Responsible for the maintenance of classroom materials and supplies
• Maintain and update professional knowledge, skills, and abilities through appropriate education, in-service training or high education
• Other duties as assigned Essential Functions
• Ability to lift up to 30 pounds (child) to a height of 3 feet
• Ability to carry 30 pounds (child) up to 200 feet.
• Must be able to run after a child up to 200 feet.
• Must be able to grasp, stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist.
• Must be able to get up and down from floor.
• Must have ability to follow oral and written directions and respond to fire alarm.
• Must be able to ascend and descend stairs with railing. Qualifications
• NYSED certification Special Education for Early Education
• Knowledge of Early Intervention Regulations preferred
• Experience working with young children with disabilities preferred
• Good interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
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