Career Opportunities

It's more than just a job,

it's about making a difference

in the lives of others.

At QSAC, we're Mission-Driven, Results-Oriented, Collaborative, and Passionate in our effort to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and adults with autism and their families. We have job opportunities for people just entering the workforce and those who are seeking the next great opportunity. Positions include part-time and full-time jobs throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Nassau, Queens, and Suffolk.

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EXPLORE A CAREER AS A
Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of the people with autism we support? Then you might want to become a QSAC DSP! This is an entry level career opportunity that takes pride in supporting and teaching people with autism new skills that promote personal goals, interests, life plans and independence! QSAC provides continual hands-on training, staff support and opportunities for growth.

New to the field? We will train you! Not sure what you might qualify for? Send us an email with your resume and salary requirements to jobs@qsac.com.

Featured Job Opportunities

Behavior Intervention Specialist (BIS) - All Programs

QSAC is hiring Behavior Intervention Specialists (BIS) across QSAC programs!   We are looking for committed and energetic Behavior Intervention Specialists (BIS) who will conduct, assess and develop behavior support plans, address challenges and train our Direct Support Professionals (DSP) in the Day Habilitation Program, Residential Program and Family Services.

Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Are you a dedicated Direct Support Professional (DSP) who thrives when helping others and is passionate about supporting individuals with autism?  Then this might be the job for you!  The DSP is responsible for assisting the people we support, while following established treatment plans.  QSAC’s Day Habilitation program emphasizes the importance of promoting independence and integration into the community through recreational outings and volunteer training opportunities.  You will abide by the Direct Support Professional Code of Ethics at all times.

A Rewarding Career 
+ Great Benefits 
= Your Next Opportunity

Our employees and their well-being are essential to the delivery of our services for the autism community. We take pride in offering an array of competitive benefits including a robust professional development program to support those entering the field as well as seasoned educators and behavior analysts among others.

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