Our May Center Schools for Autism and Developmental
Disabilities, and our May Center School for Brain Injury and
Neurobehavioral Disorders offer full-day, year-round educational
services to children and adolescents.
Our schools focus on building communication, social, behavioral,
vocational, and academic skills. We base our programs on applied
behavior analysis, or ABA, which has been shown through hundreds of
scientific studies to be the most effective method to teach
children and adolescents with autism and other developmental
The May Center School for Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral
Disorders successfully educates students with complex needs and
co-occurring diagnoses. These young people often require a
combination of physical, medical, cognitive and social/behavioral
therapies in an environment that supports skill development and
Our caring professionals help each child to reach his or her
May Center for School for Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral
Disorders in Brockton is looking for a qualified Special Education
Instructor to work in a classroom assisting the Senior Teacher on
lead responsibilities and providing services to our students.
May Institute is an award-winning nonprofit organization that
provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare
services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other
developmental disabilities, brain injury, and behavioral health
needs. Our mission is to understand each individual's unique needs
and find effective means to help them reach their potential and
live as independently as possible. Since 1955, we have worked with
thousands of children and adults, shaping futures and changing
lives every day for the individuals we serve.
This rewarding role also comes with an excellent benefits
package. We offer year-round employment, a variety of different
schedules, exciting career paths, tuition reimbursement and student
loan forgiveness programs, an excellent benefits package including
generous paid time off policies, and an opportunity to engage in
life changing work.
- Assist with coordination and leadership of the classroom
- Provide assessments of students: strengths, needs, and
preferences. Using this information to develop individualized
- Develop long and short-term goals.
- Implement comprehensive behavior support plans when
- Taking data on maladaptive behaviors; graphing and reporting
updated findings to the clinical team.
- Ensure curriculum standards are met and integrated into
- Use planning time to prepare and organize classroom materials
and lesson plan.
- Bachelor's degree (or enrollment in a Master's program)
- Valid Driver's License
- Experience in ABA preferred
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- Commitment to helping children with significant challenges
learn and grow
- Medical/Dental Insurance
- Matching Contribution to retirement plan
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Student Loan Forgiveness
- Generous Paid Time Off
- Multiple Training and Certification Opportunities
- Medical/Dependent Care Flexible Spending
May Institute is an Equal Opportunity employer of qualified
individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or
any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local
law. May Institute also prohibits harassment of applicants or
employees based on any of the protected categories.