As part of an interdisciplinary team, provide leadership, mentoring and assistance for residential and day school teaching and program staff within private special education program; curriculum development and implementation of differentiated educational programming; develop, chair and implement IEPs with classroom staff; maintain collaborative relationships with LEAs, other related services and community partners. Master’s Degree in Special Education or related field; certification in Special Education and certification as a Special Education Administrator or eligible required; minimum of five years progressively responsible administrative and supervisory experience with special needs students required. Competitive salary and benefits package available.
Licensed part-time psychiatric nurse practitioner position available to work within residential and community-based outpatient programs serving children, adolescents and families. Responsibilities include diagnostic assessments, psychopharmacology assessment and management, consultation, integration and implementation of care, progress reports, and discharge summaries. Minimum of Masters Degree in Nursing and current Massachusetts license and Board certification as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner required with three to five years relevant experience in the advanced nursing role with children and adolescents. Competitive fee-for-service rate available for this position.
Full time position available within multi-disciplinary treatment team to provide specialty occupational therapy and individualized therapeutic services for children and youth with varied psychiatric, behavioral, and emotional disorders and learning disabilities; work collaboratively with inter-disciplinary team to facilitate diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, life skills training, sensory integration and other related services. Minimum B.S. in Occupational Therapy required with Massachusetts licensure/certification, two to three years previous related experience with children and adolescents required.
Seeking a leader responsible for instruction in a small self-contained classroom serving students who are emotionally, behaviorally and learning disabled. The ability to teach all core subject areas and familiarity with Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks is a must. This is full-time position Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Candidates must be licensed as an Educator of Students with Moderate Disabilities Pre-K–8/Grades 5–12 or licensed in a specific content area with a willingness to obtain special educator licensure.
Provide clinical and care coordination services to youth in the Residential Education/Day School program; provide individual and family therapy; facilitate psychoeducational groups; develop behavior support plans with family and staff; crisis support in the milieu; chair Individual Treatment Plan meetings; participate in after hours on-call rotation for acute program intake; provide consultation for program staff. Flexible hours required including early evenings. MSW/MA in clinical area with 2 to 3 years direct clinical experience; licensed or license eligible required.
Rewarding and challenging opportunities available working with youth; part time and relief positions available on second shift within our campus and community-based living environments; responsibilities include teaching daily living, social and recreational skills to youth; implementation of therapeutic interventions and behavior management plans. Previous experience with children/adolescents preferred; High School diploma required.
Accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children
Licensed by the MA Department of Public Health
Licensed by the MA Department of Early Education and Care
Approved by the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as a Private Residential and Day School for Special Education
Sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River