Are You Passionate About Making A Difference?
Joining ACP Early Intervention offers a unique opportunity to be part of a dynamic and innovative team that is shaping the future of Early Intervention.
We foster a collaborative, flexible, and inclusive work culture, where your ideas and contributions are valued and encouraged. As a member of our team, you will have access to ongoing professional development and support from experienced clinical and operations teams.
Our commitment to our teammates ensures that you can thrive both personally and professionally. Together, we are making a meaningful impact and creating a positive difference in the lives of our families and the community.
Come grow with us, and let’s embark on an exciting journey of success and fulfillment together.
We Are Looking For
Teacher Assistants will work under the direct supervision of a Head Classroom Teacher and will be part of a multi-disciplinary team while providing 1:1 play-based therapy in a classroom setting with children ranging from 18 months to 3 years of age.
- Arrive on time and prepared for daily sessions
- Work collaboratively with a Head Classroom Teacher & Educational Director to implement basic principles and teaching procedures of ABA therapy
- Collect behavior and skill acquisition data during sessions
- Complete the session notes immediately after session
- Be responsive to the needs and requests of students, their families and supervisor
- Attend Professional Development Training’s, as required
- Be goal-oriented and maintain professionalism in all aspects of your work
- The ability to physically lift up to 50 lbs.
- A high school diploma or it’s equivalent; a college student pursuing a degree in one of the following fields is preferred: Early Childhood Education/ Special Education, Psychology, Behavioral Science, Human Services, Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
- Experience working with children with developmental delays or in a children setting preferred
- Ability to work closely with children between the ages of 0 – 3yr
- Applicants with personal related experience are encouraged to apply
- Bilingual applicants are welcomed
Head Classroom Teachers
Are you a Special Education Teacher committed to improving the lives of children with special needs and in the autism spectrum? Then come and join the clinical team at ACP Early Intervention as a Head Classroom Teacher. The Head Classroom Teacher will design, plan, and implement individualized educational and behavioral services for children in the NYS Early Intervention Program, utilizing evidence–based strategies, derived from the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). In compliance with EI regulations, the classroom teacher will complete all required documentation of each students’ progress and development (EI session notes, quarterly reports, justification letters, and child outcome summary exit forms). The Head Classroom Teacher will provide ongoing clinical support to Center-Based Aides as part of the organization’s supervision model, to promote professional development and ensure quality of services.
- As assigned, the classroom teacher delivers ABA instruction to students with the support of 1-1 aides.
- Conduct initial and/or post intervention assessments for every student.
- Ensures 1:1 coverage for every student (student assignment is rotated on a monthly basis)
- Assigns monthly classroom duties to 1-1 aides.
- Ensures that classrooms are clean, materials are organized, and learning sections are labeled accordingly.
- Records daily attendance for each student across all sessions
- Collaborates with Site Coordinator to manage 1-1 aides work schedules and attendance
- Conducts/documents bi-weekly staff meetings with CBA’s
- Education: bachelor’s degree in education (Special Education/Early Childhood – Student with Disabilities – Birth to Grade 2)
- Certification: NYS Certified in Students with Disabilities, Birth – 2nd Grade OR Special Education Permanent
Special Education Teacher’s to provide evidence-based, behavioral therapy to children on the autistic spectrum from ages 0-3 yrs. ACP Early Intervention provides state of the art services to children with developmental delays and disabilities. An industry leader in both the evaluation and treatment of children on the autistic spectrum, ACP Early Intervention seeks to help each child reach his or her full potential. Our multi-modal program incorporates both directive and naturalistic teaching methods tailored to the specific needs of each client and family.
- Provide in-home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy.
- Use behavior management techniques to help children develop social and life skills.
- Support child’s social, emotional, and behavioral health
- Teach parenting skills and enhance home-school collaboration
- Collect and analyze data related to school improvement, student outcomes, and accountability requirements
- Provide parents/caregiver with techniques on topics such as learning styles and behavior modification techniques
- Collect and analyze data to evaluate the effectiveness of the programs used
- Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or Early Childhood Education – Students with Disabilities
- Initial/Professional certificate in Early Childhood Education – Student with Disabilities (Birth – 2nd Grade), or Special Education Permanent Certificate
- Ability to work closely with children between the ages of 0-3
- Comfortable communicating with family or caregivers of children
- Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends, around the needs of the client
- Candidates must possess the necessary education, license and/or certification to provide early intervention services or will not be considered