Working with children who are Deaf/HOH using ASL
Perspectives Corporation is seeking caring individuals with basic to proficient skills in ASL to work in the homes of Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing or hearing children with a variety of needs.
Behavior Technicians will work directly with the child with the involvement of a clinical team, with the goal of implementing and modeling strategies to parents, teachers, and care givers to foster independence in the child's home, school and community.
As part of the treatment team, this position will receive regular supervision and support from a licensed clinician.
Perspectives' New Employee Orientation program provides a welcoming, in-depth training experience to accommodate those who have never worked with people with developmental disabilities.
In addition to a creative and collaborative work environment, Perspectives offers a generous benefits package that includes:
- Flexible schedules
- Paid training and mentor programs
- Employee incentive programs
- Generous paid time off
- Verizon, AAA and health club discounts
- Medical and dental benefits
- 401k savings plan
At Perspectives, we listen to people's ideas, see their talents, and assume unlimited potential. We invest in our employees and support their career development by providing the resources to make it happen!
Here are just a few ways we give back to our dedicated professionals:
- Tuition reimbursement
- Management "in-training" programs
- American Sign Language (ASL) classes
- Mindfulness Training
- DSP Mentor Program
- National DSP (NADSP) Certification
- CPR Certification
Candidates must have at least one year of college level education or currently be enrolled in a minimum of 6 college credits; have a favorable criminal background check, favorable driving record, and DCYF clearance. Proficient users of American Sign Language (ASL) and bilingual Spanish/English candidates encouraged to apply.