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Support a 4-year-old Girl with Autism in Novelty Hill Area of Redmond

This is a great line of work for those who love kids, have a heart for individuals with special needs, and may be seeking a future career in the areas of Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Special Education, Counseling, and related fields.

Become credentialed as a registered and certified behavior technician (paid and guided by us) to work with a 4-year-old girl in the Novelty Hill area of Redmond, WA who has an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. You could begin your certification process now with the goal of starting the position in December.

Work Schedule:

We would like to find someone to fill 2-3 mornings/week from 9:00-12:00. There is also the potential to support her at preschool from 12:30-3:00 if interested. 

Supervision meetings are the 2nd/4th Wednesdays each month from 12:30-2:30

You would support her skill development across a variety of developmental domains: language, social skills, play, adaptive functioning, cognitive/academic, and gross and fine motor.

If interested in this position or curious about some of our other clients throughout King and Pierce County who have hours to fill, please reach out! We'd be happy to field your questions about this line of work and schedule a remote interview.

We look for people who have studied in a related field (i.e. psychology, counseling, early childhood development, speech and hearing sciences, special education, occupational therapy), individuals with experience working with young children (i.e. nannying, daycare worker, babysitting, tutoring, volunteering in church youth ministry), and those who feel they have the capacity to really commit to the training that is involved to become both a Registered Behavior Technician with the national board and a Certified Behavior Technician with the State of WA (we guide and pay for this process).
We also desire candidates who can commit to serving a young child for at least 6 months (ideally a year) because of the training involved and because we want a stable team of providers working with a child so he/she does not experience a revolving door of people in and out of their lives.