The Autism Society of North Carolina is the leading statewide resource and direct-care provider serving people across the autism spectrum throughout their lifespans. We are always looking for qualified candidates who are passionate about helping individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. ASNC encourages bilingual candidates.
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We are always seeking candidates or referrals for the following positions:
- Behavior Technicians, under the supervision of board certified behavior analysts, provide direct instruction and support to individuals with autism across a variety of skill areas. They receive extensive training and become certified as registered behavior technicians. We seek motivated, energetic applicants, with an interest or experience in Applied Behavior Analysis, to use evidence-based practices to improve the lives of individuals with autism.
- Autism Support Professionals provide one-on-one services to individuals with autism ages 5 years through adulthood, teaching them valuable skills that greatly enhance their lives. These professionals also work with individuals with autism in day programs teaching self-care, communication, independence, and pre-vocational skills. We are seeking energetic applicants with a passion for working part-time with people with disabilities on individualized goals in areas such as social skills, communication, and daily living.
- Employment Support Professionals offer assistance to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder in finding potential employers, training for a job, and thriving in their new role, a key part of the transition to adulthood.
- Autism Services Coordinators collaborate with families, caregivers, and direct-care staff to manage the services and supports provided to help people with Autism Spectrum Disorder reach their individualized goals. They ensure that best practices are used to deliver quality service in compliance with all federal, state, and local rules and regulations.
- Social Recreation Counselors work with individuals with autism in a social recreation setting that is focused on providing a safe and welcoming environment for individuals on the autism spectrum of all ages. We are seeking energetic applicants with a passion for working part-time and/or seasonally with people with disabilities on social and recreation skills.
Where we work and what we do
ASNC has offices in Asheville, Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Greenville, and Raleigh. We also operate programs in Davidson, Moncure, Newport, and Wilmington. We provide care through the Innovations waiver, private pay, and some insurance plans. Want to learn more? Click on the office name below to learn about the services we provide in that area: