May Institute is an award-winning nonprofit organization that provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities, brain injury, and behavioral health needs.
We are looking for Direct Care Professionals to work with individuals with autism and developmental disabilities in one of our many residential or day habilitation programs. We offer a variety of different schedules, exciting career paths, an excellent benefits package, and an opportunity to engage in life changing work.
Our aMAYzing benefits include: generous paid time off policies, ongoing training and education, tuition or student loan forgiveness programs, a robust benefits program, and a diverse workforce dedicated to respect and open communication throughout the company.
Join our team and see what it means to truly BE aMAYzing
The May Center School for Brain Injury and Neurological Disorders in Brockton is looking for a
Relief Teacher Assistant to work in a classroom setting providing services to children and adolescents with special needs in our Intensive behavior Core.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Education, or a related field, you are qualified to work directly with our students. You will receive extensive training in using ABA to work with our students and will learn to implement a student’s social, behavioral, and academic programs. Assistant teachers have the opportunity to participate in research studies and will work closely with behavior analysts and licensed teachers.
This position is a great stepping stone towards pursuing an advanced degree in behavior analysis, psychology, or special education and May Institute will work with you to help you achieve your goals. We provide tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness to employees pursuing degrees. In addition, May Institute has relationships with local universities where you can earn a Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis and Special Education while working with us.
- Provide direct instruction and support to students in the areas of academics, self-care (ADLs), and vocational tasks
- Teach skill development and community integration
- Assist individuals in meeting their personal care such as toileting, bathing and assisting with nutritional needs
- Assist in behavioral interventions
- Participate in the development of IEP/ISP objectives and documenting consumer progress