Current Employment Opportunities
Autism Project Manager
- Oversee the efficient and effective operation of social activity groups and other programs for children with ASD.
- Provide families of children with autism support, resource, referral, and advocacy services.
- Oversee and supervise social activity groups, parent groups, and all other programs in the Autism Project.
- Investigate new funding sources, develop and submit grant proposals.
- Function as a liaison between The Kennedy Center and outside agencies or groups involved with autism.
- Provide training to Autism Project staff, Kennedy Center staff and others on topics specific to autism.
- Develop new services where gaps exist.
- Network with a wide variety of governmental and community agencies to develop new community programs and to increase community awareness of The Kennedy Center’s Autism Project.
- Develop evidence-based curriculum including outcome measures.
Hours: 37.5 hrs.
Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Flexibility required including evenings and weekends.
- Current licensed LMFT, LPC, LCSW or BCBA preferred.
- Working towards above degrees considered.
- Three years experience working with families and children with autism.
- Experience with administering assessments and social skills curriculums.
- Experience working with culturally diverse high risk populations preferred.
- Minimum of one year supervisory experience.
- You are required to be in possession of a car on site during your entire shift to transport yourself to community sites in all weather conditions and throughout all neighborhoods.
- Depending upon assignment, must be able to work in a variety of settings, weather conditions and locations.
- Must attend frequent out of office meetings in families’ home and in the community.
- Must maintain CPI, CPR and First Aid certification.
- Must have excellent community networking, collaboration, training, and advocacy skills.
Date Posted: 10/14/16