Position Overview

An Autism Specialist works under the direct supervision of a special education manager. S/he plans, develops, and organize service delivery options to meet the needs of students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

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Autism Specialist Resume Sample


Anna Smith

22 Example Street, Jersey City, NJ 64111
(999) 999-9999, a.smith @ email . com


• Five years of experience as a classroom teacher and school psychologist in classrooms for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Well-versed with modern educational practices for students with ASD
• Knowledge of applicable case law related to ASD
• Experience in early childhood evaluation tools and procedures
• Knowledge of childhood growth


• Observational data collection
• Instructional strategies development
• On-site training
• Tactful with good manners
• Follow-up observations
• Behavior management strategies
• Works well with parents and staff
• Behavior plan development



St. Louis School, Jersey City, NJ
Autism Specialist | 2008-Present
• Design and execute student programs to special day classes and workers working with ASD students
• Coordinate changeover plans for students moving to additional instructional environments; works considerately with workers from the student’s district of habitation and/or outside agencies
• Utilize optimistic strategies to administer student behaviors and help in developing behavior management plans
• Promote optimistic public relations and advocates so as to set up and maintain comprehensive services for students with ASD
• Take part in professional growth activities for example conferences, classes, staff meetings and program visitations


CITY UNIVERSITY, Jersey City, NJ – 2005
Master’s Degree in Psychology
Major: Child Psychology

New Jersey driver’s license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles

Moderate-Severe of Severely Handicapped Special Education Teaching Credential