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FATHER LOOKING FOR ABA TUTOR

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ABA Tutor Job Advert

Are you looking for a fresh challenge?
Do you like working with children with challenging behaviour.
Are you compassionate, organised, intuitive resilient, calm and committed?
Do you have experience supporting children with?


• Autism
• Communication difficulties
• Complex Learning Needs

Do you have training in following?
• ABA
• PECS
• Talk tools

The ABA Tutor Role and Location

I am seeking an ABA Tutor for my 4 years old son with a proven track record working with children
with Autism, Severe Learning Difficulties and Speech Language and Communication Needs. You will
be working under BCBA supervisor who will train you to train autistic child.

We ideally seeking registered behaviour technician (RBT). But if you have equivalent experience then
it shall be considered.

If you don’t have experience but studying towards behaviour analysis/science or psychology degree
then we can consider you.

This is a part time role based in Dunstable. 

Hours - 10 to 28 Hours 

Salary - Negotiable 

Benefits
• Genuine invest in your personal development as an ABA Tutor
• Competitive salary
• Homely and friendly environment
• Bubbly child
• Free onsite parking
• Free WIFI

Right to work in the UK
• You must have right to work and live in the UK
• You must have DBS (Disclosure barring service) or eligible for DBS
• You must have driving licence and a car

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