Job Summary

  • Parent-2-Child (P-2-C) is The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc.'s office-based program for children with an autism diagnosis, aged 0-3 years old. It is a an ABA-based, parent training model. Some home visits, by appointment, as well.
  • The Parent-2-Child Leader will oversee the entire P-2-C program, and be responsible for the successful implementation of its mission.

  • Set schedule:
    Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm
  • Paid time-off
  • 11.5 paid holidays
  • Salary commesurate with experience

Major Responsibilities/Activities

  • Must have experience implementing ABA with children, understanding of autism, as well as skills in teaching others in behavioral techniques. Includes assessment of skills, developing goals, developing data collection procedures (including summarization) and monitoring progress.
  • Experience in Pivotal Response Teaching (PRT), and VB Maps a plus.
  • The P-2-C Leader may supervise interns.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred.
  • Experience and comfort in teaching (parent training), and confidential record keeping.

A successful candidate will have a personal vehicle, proof of 100,000/300,000 liability auto insurance, and a safe driving record. Candidates must have a clean BEAS, criminal, and driving record in order to attain employment with IPPI. A background check will be required for successful candidates seeking employment.

How to Apply

The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. is committed to hiring compassionate, caring individuals to work with the individuals we support. Thank you for considering The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. in your job search.

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If you are interested in this position, please complete the application on the official Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. website (/new-hampshire/new-hampshire-career-opportunities/).

The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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