Who we are

STAR Autism Support (SAS) is a family owned educational consulting company based in Portland, OR. SAS provides curriculum materials, workshops and training to school and agency staff who work with students with autism and other developmental disabilities. Our unique and practical approach provides school districts with curriculum resources and a continuum of professional development activities to address the educational needs of pre-K through post-secondary students throughout the country and internationally.

At SAS, our goal is to cultivate a supportive, positive, and welcoming work environment where all staff can successfully thrive. We value and celebrate equity, diversity, and inclusion. Our vision of equity includes a continuous commitment to becoming an antiracist, multicultural organization. We strive to provide all employees with a culture of curiosity and continued learning. Our company values are listed below:

  • Use innovative, evidence-based, culturally responsive strategies to positively impact our stakeholders including students with autism and educators.
  • Practice professional and personal accountability, adaptability, and respect for others.
  • Maintain sustainable growth and long-term partnerships with our stakeholders in order to provide equitable services to all.

The perks of working with us

Not only are you helping do good in the world, but you will be joining a team of passionate and exceptional people within a casual environment. We offer full benefits, 401k with matching, generous PTO, and holidays. We also encourage our team to continue their own professional development by helping fund opportunities to do so.  

We are a proud Equal Opportunity Employer. STAR Autism Support (SAS) is committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We celebrate the differences that make each person unique, both at work and in the communities we serve. Using evidence-based practices we strive every day to make positive educational outcomes accessible to all students and educators. This commitment is also foundational to our company culture. We acknowledge that research shows that Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) and women are significantly less likely to apply for some positions, believing they must meet every qualification as described in the job description. At STAR Autism Support, we value representation, and we are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job. We know that sometimes that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of the qualifications described in the job description.


Curriculum Coordinator

STAR Autism Support is looking for a Curriculum Cordinator to join our team. The Curriculum Coordinator is responsible for providing administrative support to the Curriculum department, which is the team responsible for developing evidence-based curricular materials for Educators and students with autism in classrooms around the world. Under the direction of the Curriculum Manager, this position will assist in the development and improvement of educational materials and the implementation of department systems to ensure the best learning outcomes for the students we serve. They will work collaboratively with various teams to maintain current systems and ensure deadlines are met so that SAS customers continue to receive high quality products and services that are in line with SAS organizational values. The ideal candidate will have experience in administrative functions, familiarity with education industry terminology, and a passion for ABA strategies and evidence-based practices, specifically when working with children and young adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

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Training Specialist

STAR Autism Support is looking for a Training Specialist to deliver workshops and consultation to educators and staff serving students Pre-K through secondary. These services will include side-by-side coaching, workshops and creation of curriculum resources. You will be provided extensive training to deliver workshops and consultation to educators and staff serving students Pre-K–secondary. You will provide training in your local area, virtually, and/or traveling, depending on where you live. You will work to represent the values and mission of STAR Autism Support (SAS). You are someone who thrives on rolling up your sleeves and helping teachers, students, and colleagues to use evidence-based practices. And, most importantly, you share in our passion for supporting the learning and curricula for students with autism.

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