Occupational Therapist needed for child with ASD in Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaABA Tutor Finder are searching for a male Occupational Therapist to work on a home based ABA programme primarily with a 3 year old boy with a diagnosis of ASD in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Although the family in question will be the sole employer for the successful candidate, this varied role will also involve working with other children with developmental delay and a diagnosis of ASD known to the family. The successful candidate will be a qualified and experienced Occupational Therapist, ideally a Masters degree holder. The therapist should have experience working with children with autism, and be able to work as part of a multi disciplinary team. Only male candidates will be considered for this role as part of an endeavour from the family to have a diverse array of both expertise and gender influence on the home programme for their son.Report writing is important, so fluency in English is essential. Sensory Integration experience is also desired. Duties and Responsibilities: Report writing Organise and maintain the teaching environment, and instructional activities Oversee day-to-day management of learners’ programs, Participate in assessment and treatment meetings Review and provide feedback on progress reports Qualifications and Experience: Qualification in Occupation Therapy. Preference given to those with a Masters Knowledge and ability to implement Sensory Integrations Knowledge of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) an advantage Compensation and Benefits Package: £50,000 - £60,000 per-annum tax free (negotiable and dependant on experience) Private Health Insurance 30 days paid holiday Fully paid and provided accommodation All Visa requirements and licensing paid One return flight annually to home countryTo apply for this role please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to: email@example.comABA Tutor Finder specialise in the placement of therapists working or wishing to work in the field of ABA. We offer placements to individuals whose role it is to implement behavioural interventions that support the teaching of language, social & play skills, as well as early academics to children and adults.