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Autism Support Teacher
The Bradley Center Pittsburgh, PA
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$49k-82k (estimate)
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The Bradley Center is Hiring an Autism Support Teacher Near Pittsburgh, PA

Job Description

Job Description

The Bradley School is a licensed private academy educating students who present with special education needs. These students may have learning, emotional and/or behavioral challenges and struggle to succeed in a traditional classroom setting. The Bradley School offers each student a different kind of academic experience and a renewed chance at success.

Our experienced staff and our dedication to enhancing the lives of every child we serve are the building blocks of education at the Bradley School. In addition, our classrooms include state-of-the-art resources that are specifically designed to serve the needs of the students.

We are looking for an Autism Support Teacher who is motivated, compassionate and has a calling and passion for helping children. We are looking for someone with initiative, creativity and a desire to have a positive impact on a child’s life.

Requirements

  • Current PA Department of Education Certification in Special Education required (K-12 preferred)
  • Autism certification or endorsement or ABA degree required
  • Minimum of six months experience working with youth in a special education or psychiatric setting required

Qualifications best suited for the position:

  • Initiative
  • Ability to build rapport with clients
  • Patience and creativity while working with residents at their own pace
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Professional demeanor, sound judgment, dependability, and a strong work ethicic

Benefits

  • Student loan repayment program (We contribute directly to employee's student loan lenders monthly)
  • $1500 sign on bonus
  • $2000 relocation assistance
  • Referral bonuses
  • Four weeks paid time off in first year of employment
  • Health, dental and vision Coverage
  • 401(k)
  • Life insurance
  • Free parking and meals
  • Advanced training opportunities and continuing education credits

We are committed to advocacy for children with special needs, care and compassion, and focusing on the inherent strengths of children, youth and families without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or gender. The Bradley Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Summary

JOB TYPE

Full Time

SALARY

$49k-82k (estimate)

POST DATE

04/12/2024

EXPIRATION DATE

04/25/2024

WEBSITE

thebradleycenter.org

HEADQUARTERS

PITTSBURGH, PA

SIZE

200 - 500

FOUNDED

1905

CEO

LISA FOX

REVENUE

$10M - $50M

INDUSTRY

Skilled Nursing Services & Residential Care

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About The Bradley Center

For over 100 years Bradley has been providing hope to children and families in need of comprehensive and caring services. Bradley was founded by The United Methodist Women in 1905 as The Elizabeth A. Bradley Home for Children and operated for many years as an orphanage and as interim housing for children whose parents were separated or divorced. In 1972, it was incorporated as The Bradley Center to serve abused, neglected and dependent children. In 1991, Bradley was reorganized by a new non-denominational, community-based Board of Trustees and executive management. The Bradley Center has since... evolved into an accredited, regional behavioral healthcare and child welfare system that provides hope to young girls and boys. Bradley is committed to advocacy for children and dedicated to the restoration of productive relationships among children, their families and the community whenever possible. The Bradley Center implements the Sanctuary Model of Trauma Informed Care developed by Dr. Sandra Bloom. Sanctuary is a treatment and organizational model that is based on understanding trauma. Every staff and resident in care focus on "SELF" - Safety (physical, psychological, social and moral), Emotion management, Loss (traumatic experiences and separation), and the Future (how can things get better?). Bradley has earned the quality distinction of accreditation by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. It is also licensed by the Pennsylvania Departments of Education and Welfare. Bradley's Vision is to be recognized nationally by families, communities and professionals as a premier behavioral healthcare, education and child welfare organization that promotes the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual growth of the children, youth and families that it serves. More
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