Behavioral Therapists/MHA provide support to students with Intellectual Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders in an educational and residential setting. They assist with the implementation of our treatment programs and carry out any educational and independent living skills activities. Please contact Human Resources at 781-830-7801, fax 781-828-7547 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Higher rates may apply
This is a wonderful opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of those individuals that we proudly serve. Putting a smile on the face of an individual after accomplishing something once thought impossible provides the greatest feeling to both staff and student. Come apply and be a part of our team and you will experience no greater feeling!
The maintenance staff performs all repairs and construction throughout JRC’s school buildings and residences. This includes carpentry, plumbing, construction, and upkeep. This position reports directly to the Maintenance Supervisor. It is a full-time (40 hours per week) position, paid on a non-exempt basis. The standard work day is typically 8:30AM through 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with some variation to provide on-site weekend coverage. On-call holidays, nights, and weekends are required.
We are seeking a full-time certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA/L). JRC serves a population with a wide variety of diagnoses, ranging from intellectual disability to emotional disturbance. Occupational Therapy at JRC focuses on physical, cognitive and sensory aspects of the day for increased participation and independence. Although this position is primarily based at the school building there are times when OT services may be provided at the residences. For this reason, our students work on increased independence with daily living skills as well as typical school-based skills, commonly addressed in OT.
The nurse position is responsible for assisting the staff physician, attending to injured students/clients and or staff, and monitoring the distribution of medication and the general well-being of the students. On-call for holidays, nights, and weekends is an integral component of this position. This position reports directly to the Director of Nursing. It is a full-time (40 hours per week) position, paid on a non-exempt basis. A part-time position can be established for this job description if staffing or student enrollment warrants this action. Many different shifts are available- Monday through Fridays, Tuesday through Saturdays, or Sundays through Thursdays, or as established by the Director of Nursing.
Currently seeking a licensed Speech/Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA). The SLPA position is responsible for a full range of support duties in the Education Department, primarily concerned with meeting the speech therapy needs of a multi-handicapped student population. This position reports to the Special Education Director and/or Education Assistant Director and consults with the Speech/Language Pathologist. It is a non-exempt (hourly) full-time position. Hours of work are 8:00-4:00 pm, Monday-Friday.
Seeking full-time teacher. Must be MA certified in Spanish. Tutor up to 15 students individually or in small groups where appropriate. Salary negotiable, excellent benefits. Great teacher resources, support available. Send cover letter and resume to Human Resources at careers [at] judgerc [dot] org, or fax 781-828-7547.
Currently seeking a full-time BCBA-D. Candidates should be interested in using state-of-the-art behavioral systems within a team-based environment to help people with severe aggression and self-injury achieve significant clinical progress and quality of life improvements.
Fully-licensed Special Education Teachers, up to $98,000, based on experience. Excellent benefits. Vacation buy back option and tuition reimbursement. Small classes. Team environment. Great teaching resources and support. State of the art behavioral teaching systems. Send resume and cover letter to Human Resources at careers [at] judgerc [dot] org or fax 781-828-7547.
JRC is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA). We consider applicants for all positions without regard to age, race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, criminal record, mental illness, handicap/disability, or any other legally protected status pursuant to Massachusetts Fair Employment Practices Act, and other relevant federal, state, and local laws.
Please note: the Job Interest Notification form is not a complete job application; applicants will also be required to fill out full application forms when visiting the school to apply for any of the above positions.