• AMIkids Orlando, Inc.

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    Lead Behavioral Interventionist
    Category: Administrative, Support & Clerical
    The role of the Lead Behavioral Interventionist has responsibility for directing and safely supervising the youth in our care. Primary responsibility is to provide guidance in behavior choices by teaching social, self-help, academic and living skills. Supervise and lead the Behavioral Interventionists; provide guidance, direction and ensure staff training is current and implemented.    Minimum ...read more
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    Driver (Part Time)
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    The Driver is responsible for providing safe, professional and supervised transportation to and from program activities, student homes and other assigned locations. The Driver may be required to drive assigned vehicles for scheduled special event(s) and/or unforeseen Institute requirements. At all times, the Driver's primary concerns are the safety, proper supervision and positive role modeling ...read more
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    AmeriCorps AMIkids Mentor
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    Member serves as a mentor for At-Risk Youth. The members are serving in partnership with AMIkids and agree to abide by the mission & vision of the agency.   High school diploma/GED OR working toward attaining a high school diploma or GED during their term of service. Member must agree to obtain either a diploma or GED before using an education award, 21 years of age in order to serve as an ...read more
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    Case Manager
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    The role of the Case Manager is to oversee the service planning and transitional process for youth entering and exiting the program. Perform the duties of the role while providing a safe and successful learning environment for youth and encouraging social and emotional development through the achievement of academic and personal goals. Job Qualifications: Bachelor degree in Psychology, Social ...read more
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    Certified Special Education Teacher (ESE)
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    Teaches middle and senior-high school classes, assists in the assessment program, identifies and teaches special education students maintaining individual education plans (IEPs) for each special education student, and maintains related administrative systems. In addition, as a staff member, the Special Education teachers primaryconcerns include the safety, supervision, advising, counseling, and ...read more
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    Certified English/Language Arts Teacher
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    The role of the Certified Teacher is to provide an effective learning environment to motivate and guide students toward the successful accomplishment of established educational goals and objectives. Primary objective is the realization of AMIkids mission to provide a safe and successful learning environment for troubled youth, while encouraging social and emotional development through the ...read more
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