Job Details


Company name
Sudbury Public Schools

Sudbury, MA, United States

Employment Type


Posted on
Nov 22, 2022

Valid Through
Mar 07, 2023


Job Description

ABA Tutor - Partner Program

The Sudbury Public Schools, a PreK-8 district, is seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated individual to work as an ABA

Tutor in the Partners Program at the Josiah Haynes Elementary School. Using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the program is designed to help children diagnosed with Autism reach their full potential. The students receive highly specialized instruction with inclusion opportunities provided and supported as appropriate. This work is performed in the classroom under the direct supervision of a Head Teacher and BCBA supervisor. Training is provided and is on-going.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

The role of the ABA Tutor is to implement an intensive skills based program that is grounded in the principles of applied behavior analysis. This work is performed under the direct supervision of a Master’s Level Head Teacher.

-Aid in planning and implementing academic and behavioral programming for assigned students in collaboration with other members of the team;

-Record, enter and summarize data;

-Assist in data collection and the writing of progress reports in collaboration with the Lead Teacher; ? Meet regularly with team members;

-Embed into teaching and learning the student’s skills learned in related services (OT, PT, Speech and Language, etc.) per the recommendations of the service providers;

-Accommodate and modify general education curriculum and instructions to meet student’s needs and skill level to insure successful inclusion experiences;

-Actively participate in ongoing professional development;

-Collaborate with other team members;

-Other related duties as assigned.

Schedule: 183 days (1.0 FTE); 30.84 hours per week (prorated)

Salary: Based on the collective bargaining agreement

Hiring is contingent upon a successful CORI and fingerprinting clearance. All finalists will be required to provide official transcripts.


Resumes will be reviewed upon receipt and the position will remain open until filled. Position Type:


Positions Available:


Welcome to Josiah Haynes Elementary School!

The Haynes School community embraces for core pillars: responsibility, respect, safety and kindness. In all that we do, we model and reinforce these values for one another. Every day, students engage in learning that is targeted to meet their needs, in an environment where every child feels supported. Community and excellence are the hallmarks of our school. Together we work to foster independence, responsibility and personal choice, while taking care of ourselves and each other. Teachers focus on student progress in Sudbury’s learning standards, while developing dynamic experiences in which students question, explore, make mistakes and find solutions. Since our opening over 60 years ago, Haynes has long been a pioneer in educational innovation, and has been recognized routinely for its education program. We know that learning is very much a social experience. To that end we focus on teaching students social competencies and how to develop and sustain healthy peer relationships.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Sudbury Public Schools is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws.

Job Requirements


Meets the Department of Education Guidelines for Highly Qualified Paraprofessionals which includes:

-High School diploma or equivalent and an Associate’s (or higher) degree;


Completion of 48 credit hours at an Institution of Higher Education; OR

Completion of one of the formal Massachusetts-endorsed Assessments: Parapro or WorkKeys;

-Bachelor’s degree in education, special education, psychology or related field preferred;

-Experience in teaching and supporting children with autism, emotional impairments, communication disorders, and/or learning disabilities required;

-Demonstrated warmth, caring, and respect in the approach to children and parents required;

-A strong commitment to children with significant disabilities required;

-Familiarity with the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis required.

Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

Company info

Sudbury Public Schools
Phone : 978-443-1093
Fax : 978-443-7513
Website :

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