Wednesday, Oct. 16 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. | CMU first floor (west side) near the stairs
Students and faculty can stop by at their leisure and meet and network with this employer to find out what they do as well as discover internship, volunteer, and part-time and full-time job opportunities they have available or could in the future.
The Anne Carlsen Center (ACC) is a non-profit organization that provides support and services to those touched by developmental disability or delay. They are dedicated to helping children and adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families enjoy lives of quality and learning at home, at school, and in their communities. While serving individuals of all ages, ACC believes in the effectiveness and importance of early intervention to help lead to successful outcomes and make a lasting and profound impact on quality of life.
The Anne Carlsen Center is searching for enthusiastic, passionate individuals that share their desire to make a difference in the lives of the people they serve. Their immediate openings include Behavior Technicians and Direct Support Professionals (DSP)in a variety of different programs including Behavior Health Services, Education, Residential and Community Based Services. For a complete listing of their job opportunities, please visit www.annecarlsen.org/careers
The Behavior Technician will implement behavior analytic services, under the ongoing supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) for children and young adults served by the Anne Carlsen Center. The services include implementation of clients’ behavioral support programs as well as evidence-based curriculum, interventions, and programming. The position provides training, guidance, and direction to the client’s team and staff.
The Direct Support Professional role is to support clients with their life to include health and personal cares, therapeutic, educational, recreational, and leisure activities for individuals with special needs to achieve maximum growth and learning as they make transitions throughout life.
Why be a Direct Support Professionals (DSP) or Behavior Technician?
- Rewarding and Challenging work.
- Can be a career and skill development step.
- Great experience for students: education, nursing, psychology, pre-med, social work, sociology, PT, OT, SLP, etc.
Please stop by to visit with the Anne Carlsen Center at this event.
If you have questions about this event, please contact Jami Crummy in the Career Development Center.