Anderson County Schools' Preschool
Job Description
  • A Bachelor of Science or higher in applied behavior analysis or a related field, such as social work, psychology, early childhood education or counseling with three years of experience working with children and families

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Collaborate with preschool teachers and parents/guardians and observe, screen, identify, and develop plans for children exhibiting challenging behavior and having trouble adjusting to the classroom setting
  • Collaborate with community partners to provide mental health services as needed/required
  • Provide in-class support to model behavior interventions
  • Conduct parent workshops to provide relevant information about child development in regards to behavior and social-emotional development
  • Facilitate referrals to contracted mental health consultants, as needed
  • Ability to travel for training and professional development
  • Use computers and other technology to enter and access information related to essential job functions
  • Operate a motor vehicle to conduct various work activities
  • Engage family in at-home interventions for children with emotional needs
  • Facilitate professional development training related to positive behavior management
  • Provide weekly individual play therapy for students
  • Work with individual children to support positive behavior
  • Participate in Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings for children who qualify for mental health assistance
  • Complete classroom mental health observations as needed
  • Serve as the program’s EHS disability coordinator
  • Serve as the program’s 504 coordinator
  • Create a Staff Wellness Plan
  • Perform other duties as assigned
*Spanish speaking desired, not required. 
*Must be fully vaccinated from COVID-19 by Jan. 1, 2022.
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