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The TEACCH Autism Program began in 1972 as a system of university-based regional centers to serve children, adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. As part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the program has an active clinical, teaching, and research program. TEACCH operates seven community regional clinics across the state and a vocational/residential facility for adults with ASD. Each center offers a set of core services along with unique programs meeting the needs of individuals with ASD, their families, and professionals across the state of North Carolina. TEACCH is part of the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) program and faculty are actively involved in student and professional training activities within the state, nation, and across the world. All TEACCH programs are coordinated through a central administration and research unit in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

TEACCH employs fixed-term faculty appointed through the UNC School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry in both clinical and research roles. For a list of currently available faculty appointments, click here.

The TEACCH Autism Program began in 1972 as a system of university-based regional centers to serve children, adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. As part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the program has an active clinical, teaching, and research program. TEACCH operates seven community regional clinics across the state and a vocational/residential facility for adults with ASD. Each center offers a set of core services along with unique programs meeting the needs of individuals with ASD, their families, and professionals across the state of North Carolina. TEACCH is part of the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) program and faculty are actively involved in student and professional training activities within the state, nation, and across the world. All TEACCH programs are coordinated through a central administration and research unit in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

For a list of clinical, research, and staff positions currently available, click here.

TEACCH Employment Services provides job coaching and support to adults across the spectrum enabling them to get and keep meaningful employment. The program has two major service areas, one in the Triangle area and the other in the Triad area. The program supports over 300 adults across the two regions.

The ES Program often has positions available, click here to view available positions.

TEACCH Employment Services employees are employees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which is an equal opportunity employer.

For more information on TEACCH’s Employment Services Program, click here.

TEACCH’s Carolina Living and Learning Center, a vocational and residential facility in Pittsboro, NC,  often has job openings. The CLLC’s staff members work directly with residents with autism to improve the quality of their lives and maximize their ability to function as independently as possible in the community.
The Carolina Living and Learning Center often has full and part-time positions available, click here to view available positions.
CLLC employees are employees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on the CLLC, click here.