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Collaborative and Supportive Environment
If you are excited about working with Autistic students in a mission-driven, collaborative, and supportive environment, League School delivers. As one of the first schools in New England for children with Autism, we are dedicated to advancing pioneering Autism education as well as your career in serving those on the Autism spectrum.
Our award-winning, year-round program is based on a multidisciplinary team approach, using a holistic and individualized model to build on the strengths and needs of each student. League School also supports its founders’ vision in being a place where people can learn about the latest in Autism education best practices.
To attract and retain quality staff, we offer competitive salaries and an outstanding benefits package including tuition reimbursement and a flexible wellness benefit individualized to each employee.
League School employs professionals in a variety of roles and levels across programs including, but not limited to, head teachers, assistant teachers, specialists in clinical, speech, nursing, occupational therapy, RBT, BCBA, administration, and direct support.
We invite you to apply for open positions. If you do not see an opportunity that matches your qualifications or interests, please submit an application for future openings.
Apply to League
If you are interested in becoming part of our caring and committed community, please fill out an application.
All employees must complete Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and Statewide Applicant Fingerprint Identification Services (SAFIS).
For questions about openings, the application process, and working at League School, please contact human resources at email@example.com.
League School for Autism is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or other legally protected status in admission to, access to, or operations of its activities.
Applicants with disabilities may contact League School via telephone, fax, e-mail, or other means to request and arrange for accommodations.