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The DNEA is searching for a qualified candidate to provide support to mental health professionals by conducting comprehensive professional development and coaching, facilitating statewide training, and maintaining fidelity to curriculum and project goals in supporting people with ASD and their families. To view the full job description including information on how to apply, click here

For questions related to this position, please contact DNEA Coach Kellene Copeland at


The DNEA is searching for qualified candidates to serve as adjunct instructors and lead statewide trainings for professionals who support individuals with autism.  Qualified candidates will hold a master’s degree or greater and have experience implementing evidence-based practices, working with individuals with ASD, and training, coaching, and/or supporting others to do the same.  Adjunct DNEA Instructors will join a team of trainers from diverse professional backgrounds and be regularly offered the opportunity to lead 3 to 6-hour statewide trainings related to their area of expertise.  Compensation will be in the form of an honorarium commensurate with the length of the training sessions.  Training materials and regular feedback will be provided and there may be additional opportunities to design new training content. 

Interested parties can send their CV or resume to  

For questions related to this position, please contact DNEA Program Coordinator Kara Downey at