Wellesley, MA, US
Nov 04, 2020
Grade Level
High School
Wellesley Public Schools

1.0FTE High School Paraprofessional ABA. This is a 1,171.20 hr./yr. position or 32 hr./wk. Rate of Pay:$26.73/hr. to $32.49/hr. (depending on experience). Benefits available.

Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis – collect, analyze, and apply data/student performance indicators to assist lead teachers in the writing of individual student program books, Positive Behavior Intervention Plans (PBIPs) and/or other behavioral plans based on the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Must have at least one year of experience implementing ABA within the Wellesley Public Schools or alternative ABA experience deemed comparable by the Director of Student Services. These criteria for the SKILLS Program may also apply to paraprofessionals who work in specific preschool classrooms or with specific preschool students as determined by the Director of Student Services.
Position Type: Full-time
Positions Available: 1
Welcome to Wellesley High School!
We cultivate positive learning experiences and foster responsibility and integrity so that upon leaving Wellesley High School our students will continue to contribute to their worlds. Wellesley High School is a dynamic community guided by these core values: • Academic excellence • Cooperative and caring relationships • Respect for human differences • Commitment to community Academic Expectations: Our goal is that Wellesley High School students will: write effectively for a variety of purposes read actively and critically across the curriculum for a variety of purposes speak effectively in different settings express ideas creatively across the curriculum apply reasoning and problem-solving in all disciplines use technology effectively and responsibly for a variety of purposes perform physical and artistic skills identify, evaluate and utilize a variety of resources for obtaining information Wellesley High School encourages our community to recognize the value of learning for learning’s sake. Social Expectations: Our goal is that Wellesley High School community members will: contribute to the well-being and welfare of others within the school community assume responsibility for their own decisions and behavior demonstrate a willingness to resolve conflicts responsibly respect one another Civic Expectations: Our goal is that Wellesley High School community members will: foster respectful and productive relationships between the Wellesley High School community and the community at large exercise their rights and responsibilities in a democratic society

Equal Opportunity Employer
Wellesley Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Wellesley Public Schools ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, disability, or any other class as protected by law. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mission Statement We believe it is our moral responsibility to welcome, celebrate and affirm the full spectrum and intersections of human differences in, and beyond our community. We commit to create a culture that embraces advocacy and pursues justice for all, especially those who have been historically marginalized. We will achieve our commitment by continuously challenging one another to examine systems of privilege and bias, confronting and interrupting inequity in all its forms, and routinely measuring the efficacy of our efforts.
Job Requirements
  • At least 2 years of relevant experience preferred
  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

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    Contact Information Greg Beaupre, Dept. Head of High School Special Education
    50 Rice Street
    Wellesley, Massachusetts 02481
    Phone: 781-446-6290