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Camp Lead Facilitator Job
Job Number: GRA18605
Job Title: Camp Lead Facilitator
Department: Autism Project Summer Camp - 5353572
Facility: RI Autism Project, Inc.
Location: Johnston, RI
Lead facilitator for Social Skills Groups for children and teens with autism. Groups are formed based upon age and abilities of participants. This is a 3-6 hours per week position for 9 months.
Essential Job Functions
Social Skills Groups
o Facilitate Social Skills Groups within the guidelines established by the Department of Human Services for Medicaid eligibility.
o In conjunction with Group Facilitator, develop activity plans for assigned groups, including curriculum, goals, activity sequence, and materials.
o Maintain goal sheets and progress notes for students within group, including support staff and 1:1 SALs and treatment support assessments.
o Oversee scheduled audits of participant files for quality control and compliance.
o Assess and develop individual treatment plans as needed
o Design and direct fabrication of specialized visual/support materials.
o Maintain weekly billing sheets for students within group, submitting them weekly.
o Attend trainings and staff meetings associated with Social Skills Groups.
o Communicate with families regarding their children’s group participation.
o Maintain communication with coordinators regarding group status and updates.
o Supervise/manage support and 1:1 staff.
o Maintain billable hours as determined by Group Program Coordinators.
o Flexible work schedule including some nights and weekends when groups are running.
o Licensed professional with Rhode Island Dept. of Health (OT, SLP, LICSW, LMHC, LMFT or BCBA)
o Knowledge of autism spectrum disorders a must along with training in current best practices for supporting individuals with autism.
o Willingness to work as a team member in a rapidly expanding NON-PROFIT agency.