The Edinburg Center Skills Trainer (Nights/Weekend $25) in Lynnfield, Massachusetts
Skills Trainer - $25 Per Hour.
Afternoons/Weekends (6-10 hours per week)
Are you seeking additional income? Looking to pick-up a few extra hours a week that fit perfectly into your busy schedule? The Edinburg Center is seeking individuals to provide supportive In-Home skills training to individuals aged 6-22 years.
Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred, or equivalent related work experience
Experience/Training in Positive Behavioral Support Interventions
Positive verbal/written reference responses as received from professional or personal contacts
Successfully meet all pre-employment screening requirements including a Criminal Records Inquiry (CORI) and National Background Inquiry
Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and must meet The Edinburg Center’s “Safe Driving” standards
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
Previous experience/exposure to working with individuals between the ages of 6-22.
Proficient computing skills
Excellent written and interpersonal skills
The ability to work collaboratively within a team setting, or independently with little supervision
Implement, model and monitor progress of behavior support plan and/or skill acquisition plans under the supervision and direction of the Family Navigator
Collaborate with collateral team members when needed
Provide direct instruction to children on the Autism Spectrum when utilizing Skills Training Services
Comply with DESE, DDS, Edinburg Center and Children's Services policies and procedures
Submit administrative/electronic health records paperwork accurately and on time (Evolv progress notes, ADP, Bill Checks, monthly mileage, etc.)
Maintain service productivity standards by meeting caseload allocations as identified by supervisors.
Maintain all required documentation for self and collateral contacts in all client records
Complete other tasks as assigned by a supervisor
Who We Are:
A dedicated team of professionals who have chosen to join an organization with a forty-year history of serving people with mental illness, developmental disabilities, brain injury and autism in the community. When we’re not at work, we love to hike, bike, craft, read, shop and sing opera, among many other things! Our staff of 350 have range of interests and skills and we know you do too! We know that The Edinburg Center will mean as much to you as it does to us!
Be YOU! We are committed to providing a welcoming, inclusive, and diverse environment for our employees and the people we serve. Persons from diverse backgrounds including women, communities of color, the LGBTQ community and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
The Edinburg Center, Inc. is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply by visiting us at http://www.edinburgcenter.org/careers