The Arc of Loudoun Employment Opportunities

Working at The Arc of Loudoun

Welcome to The Arc of Loudoun. We are located in Leesburg, Virginia on a campus of nearly 17 acres.  We have a dynamic team of 80+ employees working in five programs on our campus. We are an equal opportunity employer with opportunities for growth!

To apply for any position with us, please view our current job listings below and follow the position specific instructions for the application process. We encourage you to browse our website to learn more about each of our programs.

Employment Opportunities

Job Title: Volunteer: Teacher’s Assistant Intern

Reports to: Support Staff, and the Director of Open Door Learning Center

Education: Teacher’s Assistants should have a high school diploma or equivalent, experience working with preschool children in a group setting and must have received, is in the process of receiving, or be willing to receive classroom training in the education and development of young children.

  • Must relate well to children, have a warm and friendly personality, and be able to work in harmony with other staff members.
  • Must be willing to fulfill responsibilities in accordance with the center’s philosophy.

Certification/License: ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC); VA Speech Language Pathology License (through the VA Department of Health Professions)

Summary: Open Door Learning Center (ODLC) is a new and creative learning campus for children ages 2-7 years.  The center is licensed to serve 46 children, operates a full and part-time preschool program from 8:30am-3:30pm and a half-day preschool program from 9-12pm, and teaches Social Skills Groups from 11:30-3:30pm for children who are rising Kindergarteners (5 years old before October 1st).  We are a caring, educational community, founded in coordination with The Arc of Loudoun.  ODLC’s mission is focused on improving preschool services throughout Loudoun County and kindergarten readiness.  At ODLC, we understand that meaningful instruction given by exceptional teachers is the key to a child’s success.   We carefully select and train the most qualified staff to care for and teach the children.  For our staff, a child’s education should be their passion.  Our dedication to the children in our care differentiates the ODLC experience from that of any other program. We believe that education works best when valid research findings from the fields of education and psychology are consistently applied in the classroom and while exploring through natural environment teaching (NET).   Teaching practices at the school are derived primarily from the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and include positive reinforcement, direct instruction, continuous measurement of learning, and strategic data analysis based on graphic displays.

Complete job description, requirements, and contact information HERE.

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Job Title: Occupational Therapist, part time (est. 15-20/hours/week)

Reports to: Director of The Aurora School

Education: Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy

Certification/License: National Board Certified OT; VA Occupational Therapy License (through the VA Department of Health Professions)

Summary: Programming and delivering OT goals within each student’s educational and behavioral program.

The Aurora School is a 12-month day program that provides a collaborative and innovative learning environment for students 5-22 years of ages with Autism and other developmental abilities.

Complete job description, requirements, and contact information HERE.

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Job Title: ABA Instructor

Reports to: Support Staff assigned to his or her lead student, the Program Director, and the Director of The Aurora School

Education: High School diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, education, speech, or other related field preferred

Summary: Provide instruction that is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Verbal Behavior. The Aurora School is a 12-month day program that provides a collaborative and innovative learning environment for students for students 5-22 years of ages with Autism and other developmental abilities.

Complete job description, requirements, and contact information HERE.