Careers with Amoxie Group

Amoxie Group has partnered with schools and organizations across the United States to provide comprehensive evaluation, therapy, and support services. We provide PRN, part-time, and full-time opportunities for consultations who would like to be their own boss.

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Why Amoxie?

  • Set your own work schedule

  • Telecommute/Work from home opportunities*

  • Join a community of professionals with mentoring and ongoing professional learning support

  • Social events and opportunities to collaborate with professionals from various disciplines highlighting the multidisciplinary approach to provide student services

  • FREE Professional Learning opportunities to earn recertification/licensure credits

About Amoxie

At Amoxie Group we are educators supporting educators who are ready to evolve with educere!

We are calling for educators, therapists, and clerical support staff who have a passion for learning to join in our quest to build a coalition of educators, parents, and community members focused on bringing the courageous spirit, determination, and perseverance needed to empower all students to thrive in a global society.

Amoxie Group brings an inclusive educational approach that empowers everyone to be an accountable member of a complete support system for students to achieve.

Working Conditions

The field of education requires professionals, families, and community members to collaborate with moxie!

Skill Requirements

Amoxie Consultants must have well developed, general office skills, such as typing, filing, and the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, fax machines, and copiers. Consultant must be able to communicate (read, write, and speak) English proficiently in order to receive and provide related information in a timely manner.

Mental Demands

The Amoxie Consultant is required to maintain professional communication and ethical behavior at all times. Amoxie Group has adopted the Texas Educators’ Code of Ethics and Professional Standards and expects consultants to conduct themselves accordingly. Public relations and people skills are required. Amoxie Consultants may work with frequent interruptions and are required to maintain professional composure under stress.

Physical Demands

While performing duties with Amoxie Group, the consultant may be required to sit for prolonged and irregular hours; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear regularly. The consultant frequently is required to reach with hands and arms. The Amoxie Consultant is occasionally required to stand and walk. The Amoxie Consultant may routinely lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and color vision.

Work Environment

Work Environments at Amoxie Group are usually moderate but can vary depending on the job assignment of the consultant. Travel is an integral part of each position with Amoxie Group and may require travel throughout the district, school, and/or community served by the consultant. Amoxie Group consultants are expected to be punctual and communicate with their Amoxie Recruiter in the event they are not available for pre-planned events. Telecommuting/remote work arrangements may be optional depending on the position, with the exception of campus-based consultants that require regular attendance and performing all duties as expected by the Amoxie Group partner. Click to expand each position listing below for details.

CURRENT OPENINGS WITH AMOXIE GROUP

Administrative Assistant - Executive

  • Job Summary:

  • The Executive Administrative Assistant performs a wide range of secretarial duties for Amoxie Executives including but not limited to screening and directing phone and email communications; processing mail; typing memos; maintaining files/records; ordering, receiving, and distributing supplies; scheduling meetings, events, travel, and more.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - High School Diploma or equivalent
  • - Related Experience in Special Education (preferred)
  • Location:

  • Mansfield, TX - Remote

Amoxie Consultant - ARD Facilitator

  • Job Summary:

  • The Amoxie Consultant - ARD Facilitator implements the Special Education Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) process for students with disabilities. The ARD Facilitator is responsible for coordinating the development and completion of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students with disabilities, maintaining ARD deliberations, applicable special education supplements, reports, and records, adhering to established timelines, and working collaboratively with students, parents, and ARD committee participants to ensure meaningful participation.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s Degree in Education or related field

  • - Master’s Degree (preferred)

  • - Valid Texas Special Education Teaching Certification

  • - Educational Diagnostician or Administrative Certification (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Amoxie Consultant - Clerk

  • Job Summary:

  • The Amoxie Consultant - Clerk supports the ARD Facilitators, Evaluation Specialists, and School-Based Therapy providers in a variety of ways which may include but is not screening and directing phone and email communications; processing mail; maintaining files/records; ordering, receiving, and distributing supplies; scheduling meetings, and more.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - High School Diploma or equivalent

  • - Related Experience in Special Education (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Assistive Technology Specialist

  • Job Summary:

  • The Assistive Technology (AT) Specialist acts as the primary contact person for providing technical assistance to staff, faculty, students, and families to ensure students with disabilities have access to technology that will benefit their individualized education program. AT Specialists may conduct evaluations, respond to questions, and provide consultation services to staff, outside agencies, and families regarding the technology needs of the students with disabilities.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s Degree in Education or related field

  • - Master’s Degree (preferred)

  • - Valid Texas Special Education Teaching, Educational Diagnostician, or

  • - Related Service Provider Credentials (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Audiologist

  • Job Summary:

  • The Audiologist serves as the primary consultant for providing technical assistance to staff, faculty, students, and families regarding the needs of students who are deaf and hard of hearing. Audiologists may perform audiological evaluations for use in educational programming and at the request of DARS and other agencies; conduct hearing aid evaluations for the purpose of selecting and fitting appropriate amplification for students; and provide consultation services to staff, outside agencies, and families regarding audiological needs of students. This position may assign and/or supervise the work of certified therapy assistants.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Professional licensure in Audiology (or Extern in Audiology) through the State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

  • - Extern in Audiology: B.S. in Communication Disorders or equivalent, Texas State Extern License

  • - Master's degree in Audiology or Doctorate in Audiology (AuD) from an accredited college or university (preferred)

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Behavior Specialist

  • Job Summary:

  • The Behavior Specialist serves as the primary consultant for providing technical assistance to staff, faculty, students, and families regarding the behavioral needs of students in the classroom environment. Behavior Specialists may perform functional behavior assessments, collect data, develop, and monitor implementation of behavior intervention plans to ensure access for students with emotional or behavioral problems and related disorders, and provide consultation services to staff, outside agencies, and families regarding the behavioral needs of students.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s Degree in Mental Health, Psychology, or a related field

  • - Registered Behavior Technician or Behavior Analyst Certification (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Board Certified Behavior Analyst serves as the primary consultant for providing technical assistance to staff, faculty, students, and families regarding the behavioral needs of students in the classroom environment or personnel within the organization through the lens of Applied Behavior Analysis. Board Certified Behavior Analysts may perform functional behavior assessments, collect data, develop, and monitor implementation of behavior intervention plans to ensure access for students with emotional or behavioral problems and related disorders, and provide consultation services to staff, outside agencies, and families regarding the behavioral needs of students. To support the organization, the Board Certified Behavior Analyst may conduct a customized evaluation to assess the needs of the organization, provide leadership training, collect data, develop, and monitor an intervention plan. This position may assign and/or supervise the work of certified therapy assistants.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Professional licensure as a Behavior Analyst through the State Board of Licensing and Regulation.

  • - Master's degree in Psychology or Doctorate in a related field from an accredited college or university (preferred)

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Educational Diagnostician

  • Job Summary:

  • The Educational Diagnostician serves as the primary consultant for educational, learning styles, and instructional recommendations for students in the process of a special education evaluation. The Educational Diagnostician may provide diagnostic information, work cooperatively with instructional personnel to provide the most appropriate programs for students with disabilities, and facilitate the Admissions, Review and Dismissal (ARD) process to maintain compliance with federal and state law.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Master’s Degree in Educational Assessment or a related field from an accredited college or university

  • - Valid Texas Educational Diagnostician Certification

  • - Two years of teaching experience

  • - Valid Texas Teaching or Administrative Certificate (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Licensed Specialist in School Psychology serves as the primary consultant for performing professional psychological work in assessments, behavior management, and counseling for students with emotional disabilities, learning disabilities, and behavior problems. This position may assign and/or supervise the work of certified therapy assistants.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Master’s Degree in Psychology or a related field from an accredited college or university

  • - Valid Texas licenses as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology granted by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologist

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) Intern

  • Job Summary:

  • The LSSP Intern will assist in the development, implementation, and monitoring of appropriate educational programs for students with disabilities by conducting full individual evaluations, providing direct counseling, consultative psychological services, and participating in ARD meetings for students while under the direct supervision of a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP).
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Enrolled in a graduate program for students pursuing a Specialist’s Degree or Master’s Degree in School Psychology

  • - Valid LSSP trainee status letter as defined by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologist

  • - Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologist approved LSSP Supervisor

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Mental Health Counselor

  • Job Summary:

  • The Mental Health Counselor serves as the primary consultant for working with individuals, families, groups, and organizations to deal with mental health issues and improve mental well-being that may hinder academic or workplace outcomes. The Mental Health Counselor represents just one professional as a member of a multidisciplinary team that specifically works with people dealing with cognitive, behavioral, and emotional challenges. The Mental Health Counselor may perform special education counseling evaluations, functional behavior assessments, collect data, develop and monitor implementation of Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals/objectives to ensure access for students with emotional or behavioral problems and related disorders, and provide consultation services to staff, outside agencies, and families regarding the needs of students.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related field

  • - Valid Licensure as defined by the Texas State Board of Examiners of

  • - Psychologist as an Licensed Specialists School Psychologist (LSSP),

  • - Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Professional Counselor

  • - Assistant (LPC-A), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT),

  • - Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Occupational Therapist (OT)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Occupational Therapist (OT) serves as the primary consultant for providing school-based related services to students with sensory and/or fine motor delays. The OT may evaluate students and provide therapeutic intervention to maximize physical or mental functioning, increase independent functioning, and/or adjust to disabilities. This position may assign and/or supervise the work of certified therapy assistants.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy or related program

  • - Valid Texas license as an occupational therapist granted by the Texas Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Occupational Therapy Assistant, Certified (COTA)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant will assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of appropriate educational programs for students by providing therapy, consultative services, and participating in ARD meetings for students while under the direct supervision of an Occupational Therapist.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Graduate of an approved Occupational Therapy Assistant program

  • - Currently licensed to practice as an Occupational Therapy Assistant in the state of Texas.

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Specialist

  • Job Summary:
  • The Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Specialist serves as the primary consultant for providing comprehensive services to children with visual impairments in the school setting. The O&M serves as the specialist for establishing or maintaining one’s position and mobility, as in the process of moving safely and efficiently, within their environment.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s Degree required

  • - Valid Type 10 Certificate in Blind and Partially Seeing with O & M Endorsement OR AER Certification

  • - Relevant experience or working knowledge of orientation and travel skills (preferred)

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:
  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX
  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Physical Therapist (PT)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Physical Therapist (PT) serves as the primary consultant for providing school-based related services to students with gross motor delays. The PT may evaluate students and provide therapeutic intervention to maximize physical or mental functioning, increase independent functioning, and/or adjust to disabilities. This position may assign and/or supervise the work of certified therapy assistants.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s degree in physical therapy or related program

  • - Valid Texas license as an occupational therapist granted by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) will assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of appropriate educational programs for students by providing therapy, consultative services, and participating in ARD meetings for students while under the direct supervision of a Physical Therapist.

  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Graduate of an approved Physical Therapy Assistant program

  • - Currently licensed to practice as an Physical Therapy Assistant in the state of Texas.

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)

  • Job Summary:

  • The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) serves as the primary consultant for planning and providing speech-language services to students with speech, voice, or language disorders. The SLP may assess students and provide therapeutic intervention to eliminate or reduce problems or impairments that interfere with the students’ ability to derive full benefit from the educational program.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Master’ s degree in speech-language pathology from an accredited college or university

  • - Valid Texas license as a speech-language pathologist granted by the State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

  • or
  • - Bachelor’s degree

  • - Valid Texas Education Agency speech therapy certificate

  • and
  • - Certificate of Clinical Competence (preferred)

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLP-A)

  • Job Summary:

  • Assist speech therapist in planning and providing speech-language pathology services to students with speech, voice, or language disorders. Assist in the preparation and management of speech related classroom activities and administrative requirements. Work under the supervision of a speech language pathologist.
  • Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • - Bachelor’s degree in speech-language pathology from an accredited college or university

  • - Valid Texas license as a speech-language pathologist assistant granted by the State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

  • - Pediatric or school-based experience (preferred)

  • Location:

  • Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth, Crowley, and DeSoto, TX

  • - Remote, PRN, and/or Campus-Based positions

Primary Duty/Responsibilities

  • Works under minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment

  • Interpersonal skills to connect with others and develop rapport

  • Communicate effectively and exhibit the ability to explain, encourage and build confidence with compassion and empathy

  • Maintain detailed records of daily activities

  • Comply with all district and local campus routines and regulations

  • Continue professional development through attending workshops, reviewing literature, and collaboration with colleagues to improve skills related to job assignment

  • Provide an exceptional customer experience for all stakeholders with intentional and professional practices that promote a culture of respect and focus on achieving equitable outcomes.

  • Have access to reliable transportation with valid credentials and insurance to operate a motor vehicle in the state of Texas

Consultation Services

  • Assist with the implementation of educational programs

  • Consult with Amoxie Group Administrators and Consultants on high profile cases in your area of expertise

  • Consult with parents regarding the educational needs of students and interpretation of evaluation data

  • Consult with teachers, administrators, and other relevant individuals to enhance their work with students

Evaluation Services

  • Receive referrals and implement the assessment and evaluation process

  • Select and administer formal and informal evaluations to make eligibility recommendations according to federal and Texas Education Agency regulations as a member of a multidisciplinary team

  • Score and interpret test data

  • Participate in the Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) and/or Section 504 Committee process to assist with the interpretation of assessment data, appropriate placement, and development of education programs for students according to district procedures

  • Reviews multiple sources of data including relevant educational records, evaluation reports, parent, and teacher information to conduct assessments using the most current methods for eligibility identification

  • Maintains timelines and provides written evaluation reports prior to the due date as requested

  • Ensure as an evaluator, you have access to the appropriate supplies to conduct high quality evaluations based on the reported needs of the student to conduct evaluations in all areas of suspected disability

  • Work in conjunction with parents, schools, and outside agencies to ensure proper eligibility identification and educational programming for students

  • Maintain clinical and administrative records in accordance with local, State and Federal guidelines.

School-Based Therapy Services

  • Provide school-based therapy services based on the education program developed for identified students

  • Progress monitoring and make recommendations for modifications to the students education program as appropriate

  • Provide input on student’s progress and consultation to parents, teachers, and other school staff regarding the needs of students.

  • Maintain clinical and administrative records in accordance with local, State and Federal guidelines.

COMPENSATION

Duty Days: As identified by the consultant. Hours are negotiated at the time the consultant selects to join the Amoxie Group.

Pay Rate/Schedule: Contact an Amoxie Group recruiter today for details!

The Amoxie Group, as an equal opportunity educational provider, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression or any other basis protected by law in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment decisions.

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