Autism/ABA Teaching Assistant

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The KidsLink Family of Services, located in Streetsboro, Ohio is seeking passionate, innovative and caring individuals looking for full-time employment. We work with kids ages 2-22 who have behavioral and developmental disabilities, such as autism and related diagnoses. Support Staff work directly with students to assist with behavior and to help teach academic, social, vocational and life skills. Experience is preferred; however, all staff will be fully trained during the onboarding process. 

What makes this job Amazing?

  • Make a difference in the lives of children and families with special needs
  • $1000 12-month sign-on bonus for full time
  • Up to 10 weeks off per year 
  • Daily mentoring opportunities with knowledgeable clinicians
  • Paid supervision for BCBA candidates ($7,000 value)
  • In-house training leading to professional certifications (Behavioral Therapist/Marcus Crisis Prevention Program)
  • Professional medical and educational environment
  • Opportunity to be part of a committed, compassionate, cohesive team

Benefits (full-time):

  • 401 K
  • Health/Dental/Vision
  • Tuition assistance
  • Life insurance

Daily Responsibilities:

  • Work directly with a variety of students (behavior, learning, activities of daily living, communication, community-based instruction, vocation development)
  • Implement programming and behavior plans under supervised support to include data collection
  • Create teaching and classroom materials
  • Implement the Marcus Crisis Prevention Procedures model to support students with unwanted behaviors
  • Assist with classroom daily activities and lessons to help students develop skills and independence


  • Ability to assist in lifts and/or physically manage students of varying sizes and weight
  • BCI & FBI background check
  • Reliable transportation
  • Desire to change lives

Physical Demands:

  • Ability to participate in physical interventions, when necessary, using certified safety techniques (training provided). Physical interventions are a last resort and targeted to be reduced, however when they occur, they may require physical exertion. Physical requirements include, but are not limited to:  kneeling, lifting, bending, twisting, and holding in a quick paced environment.

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