Employment Opportunities

See open position listings below.

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Volunteer Opportunities

PACTT often has unpaid educational internships and volunteer opportunities available.

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Residential Manager. Full Time. PACTT Learning Center is seeking a Residential QIDP Manager who will provide leadership, administration, oversight and case management for all of the Agency's residential homes.  PACTT works with individuals with autism in several different settings.  Our residential department operates group homes for DCFS and CILA homes for DHS.  Clinical expertise and oversight is a key position component.  The QIDP is a key member of the in the organization that has major responsibility for implementing agency-wide practices and initiatives with regards to the individuals PACTT serves.  PACTT provides services in Oak Park, Elmwood Park and Rogers Park. (Full position description HERE.)

Direct Service Professional / DSP (Oak Park, Elmwood Park, Rogers Park) Full-Time and Part-Time: PACTT's Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) provide assistance to individuals with autism in a fully integrated habilitative program in a community residential setting. DSPs provide a supportive and nurturing environment for residents in their home and community. PACTT DSPs implement specialized programs in areas of communication, socialization and behavior management. Other tasks include assisting with and teaching independent living skills, taking participants to various community activities, and enhancing participant’s leisure skills. Work hours require availability on evenings and weekends.


Special Education Teacher (Rogers Park). Full-Time. (Starts: July 1) PACTT Learning Center is seeking a Special Education Teacher to provide assistance to individuals with autism in a fully integrated educational program at a therapeutic day school. Special Education Teachers provide direct support to students in the areas of academics, socialization, communication, independent living, and vocational skills. Special Education Teachers work with students and families to develop individualized communication and behavior supports. Our low staff-to-student ratio and small class sizes allow for regular small group and individual instruction.  Related services (Speech Therapy, Occupational therapy and Social Work) are integrated into our classroom and community experiences.  Teachers are assisted by one or more Paraprofessionals based on the number of participants in their classroom. Salary based on experience.


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