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Mo Acharya-Lammert
Human Resources Manager
614-436-8396

Behavior Support and Behavior Technicians for Step By Step Classroom at Northmor Elementary in Galion, OH, and James A. Garfield Elementary in Marion, OH.

Major tasks, duties and responsibilities:

Primary job responsibility is to work with children with autism in either a 1:1, 1:2 or small group session and to facilitate peer interactions.  Receive 1:1 supervision from supervisors through observation and/or videos.  In addition, Behavior Technicians are required to attend weekly team meetings and scheduled skill set meetings. This is a Full-Time, Non-Exempt status position which will include working part or all of the summer if an extended school year (ESY) is offered.

  • Organize and maintain instructional area.
  • Prepare and keep reinforcement and needed materials accessible.
  • Delivers instruction following procedures learned from initial and ongoing training
  • Collect and analyze data accurately following SBSA procedures.
  • Maintain designated child’s program book.
  • Monitor designated child’s IEP/Treatment Plan objectives and the progression of goals.
  • Complete quarter review forms for designated child when assigned by Supervisors.
  • Conduct re-enforcer assessments and deliver reinforcement following ABA principles
  • Implements specific behavior plans as directed by supervisors.
  • Demonstrates accurate implementation of specific skill sets as taught in training.
  • Identifies when interventions are needed for specific children and programs.
  • Fill out Trouble Shooting forms when necessary and implement all interventions.
  • Receive and work towards goals developed by supervisors.
  • Communicates in a professional manner with coworkers and parents
  • Seeks, receives and applies feedback appropriately and professionally
  • Dresses appropriately and arrives on time for work.
  • Uses professional language when describing the children and/or behaviors.

Education:

    • High School Degree/GED required. Some college or college degree a plus
Positions Available in Worthington, Newark, and Marion

Roles and Responsibilities

Primary job responsibility is to work with individuals with autism in a small group classroom and to facilitate peer interactions; some 1:1 interaction as needed. This is a Full-Time, hourly position.

Qualifications and Skills

    • Organize and maintain instructional area.
    • Prepare and keep reinforcement and needed materials accessible.
    • Delivers instruction following procedures learned from initial and ongoing training sessions and based on feedback given from supervisors.
    • Collect and analyze data accurately following SBSA procedures.
    • Maintain designated child’s program book.
    • Monitor designated child’s IEP/Treatment Plan objectives and the progression of goals.
    • Complete quarter review forms for designated child when assigned by Supervisors.
    • Conduct re-enforcer assessments and deliver reinforcement following principles as learned in initial and ongoing training sessions and based on feedback from supervisors.
    • Implements specific behavior plans as directed by supervisors.
    • Demonstrates accurate implementation of specific skill sets as taught in initial and ongoing training sessions and based on feedback from supervisors.
    • Identifies when interventions are needed for specific children and programs.

Requirements

    • Education: High school graduate or GED (required transcripts demonstrating completion of high school/GED); Some college preferred
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Exemplary attendance
    • High degree of flexibility
    • This is a physically demanding job that requires candidates to walk, run, sit, stand, reach, handle, crouch, crawl, lean, bend, lift above knees and life above shoulders

Major tasks, duties and responsibilities:

Educating students with Aspergers/Autism Spectrum Disorders in all grades within the guidelines of the Ohio Standards for Education. Must use Applied Behavior Analysis within the class environment.

Responsibilities:

• Research/implement effective training methods/curriculum for a variety of functioning autism/Aspergers
• Develop curriculum for students of all ages
• Manage and provide instructional guidance, teaching and general strategies for a moderate-sized class of students.
• Help implement IEPs.
• Evaluate tests and assessments, complete report cards and conduct parent conferences.
• Communicate regularly with parents/clinical staff of students to insure that their IEP goals are being met, and that their needs are addressed in a timely and appropriate fashion.
• Consult with IS and Clinic Director and coordinate the implementation of specially designed instruction as defined in the IEP regarding students with specific needs and potential learning issues.
• Schedule, organize and conduct IEP related meetings as needed.
• Work with clinical staff to develop and implement program modifications and strategies for all students.
• Assist, as needed, with the organization and proper implementation of all paperwork, documentation and procedures for the IEP process.
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date data on each student
• Assist with administering state testing and coordinate the special adaptations that are required based on the IEP
• Provide support to clinical staff assessing and interpreting data
• Write treatment plans (social and academic)
• Write quarterly reviews

Qualifications

• Masters and BCBA certification
• Ohio teaching certification and/or 1 or more years of teaching experience, a plus
• Shared view of the SBS mission
• Ability to support and guide students and communicate with parents
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Organization and time-management skills
• Proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word, and Outlook, and experience using them in a professional capacity
• Exemplary attendance

Clinical Speech & Language Pathologists -SLPs
Step By Step – Worthington, OH
Step By Step, a community mental health agency serving Central Ohio and the surrounding areas, offering a variety of services designed to support the ongoing needs of our community. Offerings include customized and integrated care that combines behavioral counseling and therapy, pharmacological management, center-based educational service, speech therapy and other mental health services under one umbrella to help our consumers across all ages to achieve the best outcomes in school, home and work.
Step By Step is currently looking for highly motivated Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs). Utilizing leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, this center-based speech-language pathologist will provide prevention, assessment, and remediation services for consumers who exhibit difficulties in the areas of language, speech, voice, and fluency. These services are designed to help consumers meet their specific goals.
Masters in Speech-language pathology
ODE certificate (or eligible for application)
State of Ohio License in Speech-Language Pathology
Knowledge of devices and autism a must
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Step By Step offers competitive reimbursement and benefits based on experience
EOE
Job Type: Full-time
Required education:

  • Master’s

Required license or certification:

  • SLP certification

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • Master’s

Required experience:

  • Speech Language Pathologist: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • SLP certification
Licensed Social Worker (LSW)
Step By Step – Worthington, OH
Major tasks, duties and responsibilities: 
Primary job responsibilities include assisting clients with mental health needs by providing strategic services that identify and address the social-emotional-environmental issues that interfere with the treatment process. Working with parents/guardians, center staff, and community based resources, the social worker implements strategies that promote client’s positive center adjustment. This is a full-time, salaried position.

  • Identifies and assesses psychosocial and life skills needs through analysis of factors impinging on client adjustment including factors in the home, center and community.
  • Completes psychosocial assessments to assist in the determination center-based services.
  • Determines and implements appropriate therapeutic strategies to effect changes in behavioral-social interactions of clients and their families.
  • Provides individual and group therapeutic counseling to clients and their families.
  • Provides parent/guardian educational workshops on identified issues related to child development, stress reduction, discipline and safety, and teacher/parent/client communication.
  • Initiates collaboration and consultation on behavioral-emotional-environmental issues affecting client participation in the learning process with the client’s supervisor(s) in implementing strategies to promote client learning during counseling sessions.
  • Conducts staff development on issues related to social-emotional-environmental factors that impact treatment.
  • Conducts treatment room meetings, psycho-educational social skills groups, and presentations on identified areas of concern for the clients.
  • Maintains all required clinical records and submits appropriate documents for statistical reports with adherence to program standards in social work.
  • Completes risk assessments on referred clients by the Clinic Director, Director of Clinical Operations and/or Executive Director.
  • Attends meetings and professional development activities as required.
  • Provide 30 billable counseling and/or assessment hours for each week that SBSA is open.
  • All other assigned duties.

Qualifications

EDUCATION: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work required, Master’s Degree preferred
  • Must be licensed in good standing with the State of Ohio

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: 

  • Exemplary attendance
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, demonstrating professionalism with both co-workers and parents and consumers
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to stay focused
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
  • Ability to follow all SBSA policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated clinical knowledge of many children with autism at different areas of the ASD spectrum
  • Intermediate computer skills
  • Professional telephone etiquette
  • Type 40 wpm
  • Must be able to show tact and diplomacy when dealing with parents, clients, peers and staff

EOE

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • Bachelor’s

Required experience:

  • Social Work: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Licensed Social Worker

Mental Health Clinician – Worthington

To provide mental health assessments, behavioral health counseling, and consultation services through the Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic at Step By Step Academy, Inc. and for our center-based consumers.

Step By Step is a community mental health agency serving Central Ohio and the surrounding areas, offering a variety of services designed to support the ongoing needs of our community. This includes customized and integrated care that combines behavioral counseling, psychological assessment, consultation, pharmacological management, center-based educational service, intensive behavioral intervention, partial hospitalization, speech therapy, and case management services. Services are provided to help children, adolescents, young adults, and individuals with developmental disabilities, specifically Autism Spectrum Disorders achieve the best outcomes at home, school, and work.

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Primary job responsibility is to provide mental health assessments and behavioral health counseling for a broad range of behavioral health issues impacting children, adolescents, young adults and individuals with developmental disabilities, specifically Autism Spectrum Disorders. Clinicians should also be comfortable working with a wide variety of mental health issues including serving various populations within the community. This is a full-time, salaried position.

  • Provide mental health assessments to new clients
  • Provide mental health services to clients in outpatient behavioral clinic and center-based programs
  • Participate in treatment team meetings, provide recommendations, and advocate for client’s needs
  • Carry an ongoing caseload and meet weekly productivity requirements
  • Maintain all appropriate clinical documentation

EDUCATION: 

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field required
  • Licensed with the State of Ohio as a LSW/LPC, LISW/LPCC, or LISW-S/LPCC-S
  • Additional training or clinical experience focused on child/adolescent populations or developmental disabilities is preferred

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: 

  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, demonstrating professionalism with both co-workers, employees, parents, and consumers
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to stay focused
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
  • Demonstrated clinical knowledge of children and adults with co-occurring developmental disorder and mental health issues
  • Clinical supervisory experience
  • Must be able to show tact and diplomacy when dealing with parents, clients, peers, and staff