License Required: KSDE License Endorsement or Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)



High School Diploma or GED required, Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s degree in psychology, education, special education or related field preferred.

Two years’ experience in a school setting, working with students with behavior challenges (including students with Autism, SED and other developmental disabilities).


Essential Job Functions:

Provide direct student instruction, and assist staff with implementation, in one-on-one and group settings utilizing a combination of intensive teaching and natural environment teaching arrangements. Follow prescribed behavior skills acquisition and behavior change protocols. Assist with preparing materials as necessary.

Commitment to ongoing training and development as it relates to clinical skills, professional development, ethics, and technology, and training in order to perform job responsibilities to required standards

Collect, record and summarize data on observable student behavior. Assist with skill acquisition and behavioral assessments. Collect data on all programming.

Document interventions, progress data, session notes

Assist with staff training of student’s individualized treatment and behavior change protocols, through direct teaching, modeling and fidelity checks.

Communicate with staff regarding student progress as instructed by the BCBA. Collaborate with school teams and attend IEP meetings as necessary.

Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to HIPPA laws

Ability to manage multiple tasks with frequent interruptions

Ability to diffuse and manage volatile and stressful situations

Ability to accept constructive feedback and develop knowledge and skill sets accordingly

Ability to maintain honesty and integrity in all aspects of the job

Develop and maintain professional relationships with students, co-workers, supervisors, and community members

Abide by code of ethics as indicated by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board

Ability and willingness to adhere to attendance requirements, including regular and punctual employee presence

Ability to promote and follow Board of Education policies, Superintendent policies, and building and department procedures

Ability to communicate, interact and work effectively and cooperatively with people from diverse ethnic and educational backgrounds

Ability to recognize the importance of safety in the workplace, follow safety rules, practice safe work habits, utilize appropriate safety equipment, and report unsafe conditions to the appropriate administrator

Perform other duties as assigned