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  • Administer formal and informal assessments, screenings and testing
  • Analyze and interpret assessment, screening and testing information and make written reports and recommendations for services
  • Deliver speech services to students including, but not limited to oral motor, sensory feeding, augmentative communication (hi/low tech), social thinking, articulation, etc to meet IEP goals
  • Responsible for the proper safety and maintenance of materials and equipment; including assistive tech, routine programming, back up and shipping of devices for repair
  • Coach and train 1:1 instructors and other professionals as appropriate
  • Make written recommendations for audiological/medical and related services evaluations (aug comm evals)
  • Plan and implement groups (speech and language, social, feeding)
  • Maintain ISBE and ASHA/ISHA credentialing/certifications
  • Collaborate on goal writing and plan evidence based interventions for individual students and group activities
  • Participate on the IEP team, write IEP goals in accordance to ALCA policy and ABA methodologies
  • Take and interpret data to adjust intervention strategies based on student performance, daily, weekly and quarterly
  • Attend meetings and trainings (ex: implementation, teacher late days)
  • Collaborate with other professionals, such as occupational, music and physical therapists, as well as life skills coach, hearing itinerant, teachers and BCBAs, etc
  • Participate in field trips as assigned
  • Serve as bus monitor
  • Provide parent training as needed
  • Provide staff training
  • Participate in intakes and implementation meetings
  • Maintain student, parent and staff confidentiality
  • Regular, consistent, and punctual attendance
  • Other duties as assigned





  • Minimum two years working with children with autism
  • Experience with verbal and non-verbal students a must
  • Experience with low tech aug com (PECS, visuals, etc) and dynamic display aug com (iPad, Nova Chat, Dynavox), sensory feeding (SOS), articulation, play, engagement and social skills


  • Desire to work with children on the autism spectrum
  • Detail Demonstrated ability to quickly problem solve and multi-task
  • Demonstrated ability to meet service goals
  • Ability to be certified in CPR/First Aid and maintain certifications
  • Successful completion of PCM certification and annual recertification
  • Exhibit professional conduct with school colleagues, students, parents, school districts, and the community-at-large in accordance with ALCA policies, procedures and work rules
  • Maintain confidentiality of all employee and student information
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related tasks as needed
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading technical publications, etc



  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

How to Apply

Email resume to: cdiaz@alcacenter.org

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