The May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in Randolph is looking for a Direct Support Professional to be responsible for the administrative, operational, and clinical functions of a group home for children, ages 5-22, with autism, PDD, and other developmental disabilities.
Some of our students reside in May Institute homes and are supported by staff during all non-school hours. Direct Support Professionals and Program Coordinators work with children in their residence to facilitate development of play, social, and independent living skills using principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).
This position is a great stepping stone towards pursuing an advanced degree in behavior analysis, psychology, or special education and May Institute will work with you to help you achieve your goals. We provide tuition assistance and loan reimbursment to employees pursuing degrees. In addition, May Institute has relationships with local universities where you can earn a Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis and Special Education while working with us.
Most positions require working some weekend shifts.
There are various shifts, schedules and hours available. Part time and fulltime opportunitites.
Most shifts are late afternoon and evening hours during the week, and day/evening hours during the weekend.