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Personal Care Aide: Canon-Mac School District


Washington, Pennsylvania, United States

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The Personal Care Aide is responsible for implementing strategies and instructional methods to target student progress toward IEP goals. They must also assist with academic lessons and behavior goals.

This role will begin with part-time variable hours, and will build into more regular part-time or full-time hours. This role will service the Washington, PA area.


  • As directed within the IEP and/or Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP), provide on-site modeling of behavior, behavior support, intensive behavioral episode intervention, training, cueing to family and other school staff.

  • As directed within the IEP and/or PBSP, collect and record data regarding student progress toward IEP goals.

  • Review and maintain current with Department of Education regulations to ensure fidelity of existing programs.

  • As directed within the IEP and/or PBSP, provide assistance in implementing alternative activities to redirect challenging behaviors.

  • At all times, offer honest, respectful, professional, and caring collaborations with the family and school staff.  

  • The PCA will maintain an assigned planned schedule which is decided upon by the IEP team and communicated to the PCA.

  • Schedule and participate in supervision with a behavior consultant no less than one time per month.

  • Complete documentation related to provision of all services provided in the classroom/home environment.

  • Maintain a commitment to ongoing professional development through attending agency trainings and maintain current knowledge in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.

  • Provide exceptional care and compassion in all student/family related interactions.

  • Work with all members of the educational team to ensure that they fully understand the needs and goals for the student and family.

  • Establish and maintain professionalism with faculty, administrators and students.

  • Collaborate with other members of the IEP team and will be present and participate in any meetings, supervision and trainings as required.

  • Perform additional reasonable responsibilities as assigned by Behavior Consultant and Director of Individualized Education Services.  

  • All other reasonable and necessary program specific activities at the discretion and direction of the Program supervisors.

  • must be at least 21 years of age
  • possess a high school diploma (required)
  • 2 years’ experience (minimum) working in direct contact with children or adolescents.\

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