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Special Education Teacher (2018-2019 School Year)

Los Angeles, CA

Job Category: Teaching - Special Education

Posted on Friday, 08. of December 2017

ROLE SUMMARY: WHY TEACH AT ALLIANCE?

Alliance is seeking entrepreneurial educators who are passionate about innovating to transform the lives of children in communities where they are needed most. Alliance teachers don't have to choose between the benefits of a small community school and a large, cutting-edge organization—teachers enjoy the supports of a large network of 28 campuses, with the close-knit feel of a small school of up to only 150 students per grade. Alliance is an ideal place for educators who thrive in an environment of high expectations and collaboration in service of strong results for our students. Alliance educators collaborate and mentor one another, and they embrace professional development and coaching to grow and hone their craft. Alliance's social justice mission also supports our restorative justice approach to student discipline, keeping students where they learn best—in classrooms.

As an Alliance teacher, we expect you to:

Teaching and Learning

  • Drive outstanding student achievement for all students in your classroom and support colleagues in driving student achievement school-wide.
  • Leverage Alliance resources and supports to develop and implement powerfully engaging curriculum and lessons designed to prepare all students to succeed in college and beyond.
  • Utilize a wide variety of teaching methods to create differentiated opportunities for deep understanding for all learners, including students with special needs.
  • Utilize a variety of data and technology to drive instruction and intervention.

Creating Positive Culture

  • Create a positive, achievement-oriented, and supportive learning environment that excites and invests students in learning.
  • Create a culture of high expectations and continuous improvement with a drive toward student achievement and college and career readiness.
  • Work collaboratively with families and Alliance colleagues to support the achievement of all students and the mission and vision of the school.

COMPENSATION AND ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

  • Alliance offers a starting salary that surpasses our local school district's starting salary by more than 4%. Alliance's performance-based compensation system focuses on rewarding teachers for what matters most—making the biggest difference with students.
  • Alliance covers 100% monthly premiums for individual employee benefits or up to $900/month toward family benefits plan premiums. Alliance also participates in the California's State Teacher Retirement System (STRS).
  • Alliance provides substantial professional development support for teachers, including two weeks of network-wide professional development before the school year starts for new hires, weekly school-site support, Alliance-wide training days, and a variety of paid teacher leader and career lattice opportunities.

How To Apply:

Apply athttp://grnh.se/84plvc1

Special Education Teacher

Charleston, SC

Job Category: Early Childhood/Elementary Teacher

Posted on Thursday, 30. of November 2017

About Us

Meeting Street Schools (MSS) seeks qualified Special Education Teachers. Meeting Street Schools (MSS) is a groundbreaking initiative dedicated to the creation of a new mandate for education in South Carolina and beyond. MSS was founded upon the belief that all children deserve an excellent education regardless of their geographic or socioeconomic circumstances, and all children have the ability to excel in the classroom.

Description:

  • Designs and implements Individualized Education Plans in accordance with school/ network/ district/ federal policies and laws
  • Provides direct and indirect instruction
  • Long and short-term planning addressing individual needs of students
  • Evaluates students' progress
  • Teaches a multi-model approach
  • Provides an inviting, exciting, innovative, learning environment
  • Establishes and maintain classroom management procedures
  • Prepares written reports accurately and submits in a timely manner
  • Effectively communicates with teachers, parents, and administrators to facilitate the IEP process
  • Serves as effective professional liaison between school and home when necessary

Qualifications/Skills:

  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in an educational setting.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to relate well to adults and children.
  • Team player, ability to work in a collaborative, responsible and professional manner.
  • A deep belief of MSS' vision, to make a difference for under-resourced students.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Goal-oriented, seeks to improve skills through constructive feedback.
  • Compassionate, enthusiastic, empathetic and displays a strong work ethic.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office.

Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred
  • Certification in one or more of the following area(s) is required:
    • Special Education -- Multi-Categorical
    • Special Education – Learning Disabilities
    • Special Education – Emotional Disabilities
    • Special Education – Other Health Impaired
    • Special Education – Educable Mental Disabilities or Trainable Mental Disabilities

Benefits:

Meeting Street Schools provides a full suite of benefit options. Including:

  • Health Benefits
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Employer paid Short and Long Term Disability
  • Employer matched 403b retirement plan
  • Health Savings Account
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Employee Retention Bonuses
  • Employer sponsored life insurance
  • Dependent life insurance options

Meeting Street Schools also provides approximately 17 Professional Development days throughout the school year.

Contact:

Apply at: https://meetingstreetschools.bamboohr.com/jobs/

Learn more about us at: www.meetingstreetschools.org

Contact us with questions: recruiting@meetingstreetschools.org

Private Teacher

Chicago, IL

Job Category: Private Teacher

Posted on Tuesday, 28. of November 2017

Description:

Are you an unencumbered teacher at a top public or private school looking for a new opportunity?  Do you want to step out of the classroom and use your experience to support the academic journey of a young teen with a promising future?


If so, we have an excellent Private Teacher opportunity to oversee the overall curriculum, education, and college preparation for a young teen’s high school career.  You will assist this bright adolescent in all subject matters, in addition to helping formulate strategies and taking the time to help the student manage their language based learning disability.


This role is based in Chicago, but will involve travel to Florida, Arizona, and other locations dependent on the student’s athletic schedule.


Qualifications needed for this position include:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree; additional learning disability and/or special education experience a plus
  • Significant classroom teaching experience at the high school level
  • Ability to travel
  • Able to make a four-year commitment for the student’s high school career

This is a full-time position and offers up to $110,000 per annum, depending on experience, with a full benefits package (including paid holidays, paid time off, health insurance).  Relocation assistance to Chicago is also available; professional educators across the country are invited to apply for consideration.  The start date is flexible, with immediate start to begin tutoring the student and taking over as a full-time teacher in 2018 available; or a Spring/Summer 2018 start date.


To be considered, please apply for position #446 at www.mahlermatch.com.  We look forward to reviewing your credentials for this opportunity, and will reach out to schedule interviews for qualified applicants!
requirements:

Benefits:

This is a full-time position and offers up to $110,000 per annum, depending on experience, with a full benefits package (including paid holidays, paid time off, health insurance).  Relocation assistance to Chicago is also available; professional educators across the country are invited to apply for consideration.


Contact:

To be considered, please apply for position #446 at www.mahlermatch.com

Special Education Teacher

Fort Defiance, Arizona

Job Category: Special Education Teacher

Posted on Thursday, 16. of November 2017

Description:

The Adolescent Care Unit (ACU) at Tséhootsooí Medical Center on the Navajo Nation seeks a Special Education Teacher to work with 8 to 10 teens aged 13-17 with mild emotional or behavior issues in a subacute 60-day inpatient program. ACU combines western therapy with Native American traditional cultural methods to foster health and Hozho or harmony, and is located in northeastern AZ.

Requirements:

Develops and implements individualized curriculum in accordance with each student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Collaborates with team members to develop and execute an IEP-driven, multidisciplinary program for each student. Networks with schools to negotiate plans for patients during and after treatment on ACU and advocates for the students with school personnel at school sites when possible. Analyzes how a student's strengths and limitations affect his/her involvement and progress in the academic curriculum and determines short-term objectives or alternate achievement standards if necessary. The unit's Mental Health Technicians (MHTs) will provide student supervision in the classroom at all times to ensure student safety. Maintains records and writes agency required behavioral reports in timely manner. Communicates with all members of the interdisciplinary team to achieve a social and educational benefit for the student. To view Qualifications for this position, please visit www.fdihb.org, click on the 'Careers Tab' and type "Special Education Teacher".

Benefits:

TMC offers an array of benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, Wellness, PTO w/ Paid Sick Leave, 9 federal holidays and 2 floating holidays, 401K

Contact:

Ophelia Anthony
Medical Recruiting Coordinator
Medical Professional Recruitment Dept.
Division of Human Resources
(928) 729-8165
Ophelia.Anthony@fdihb.org

Early Childhood Special Education Teacher

Rockville, MD

Job Category: Early Childhood Special Education

Posted on Monday, 06. of November 2017

Description:

This private special education school services students with language, learning, sensory motor disabilities, and moderate to high functioning Autism. This special education teacher position is for an early education classroom. Responsibilities include: develop instruction following the Maryland State Curriculum providing necessary accommodations to meet individual, group, and program needs. This teacher should meet the individual student's needs by analyzing the student's developmental profile. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to: write and implement IEPs, create a supportive learning environment, create partnerships with parents and the school community, supervise teacher assistants, work collaboratively with team members, plus utilize technology and/or AAC devices to assist students in accessing curriculum and communication. Working Hours are 8:30am-4:15pm

Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Special Education, Maryland Special Education Teaching Certificate in early childhood K-3
  • Experience with students on the Autism spectrum preferred
  • Other Skills and Abilities: 
    • Team oriented
    • Reliable,
    • Professional attitude

Benefits:

Excellent Salary and benefits package

Contact:

Please apply here:
atsod.com/j/s.cfm/FHM

Licensed Special Education Teacher

Bahrain

Job Category: Full Time

Posted on Sunday, 05. of November 2017

Job Posting Announcement – Special Education Teacher / Inclusion Specialist / BCBA

About Think Behavior and Development Center for Children:

www.thinkinc.me
Think is a multidisciplinary center offering services to children in Bahrain who have developmental and behavior disorders. We are a dynamic center with in-clinic and outreach programs, supervisors, leads and primary therapists in addition to SLT and OT services. We have a beautiful, custom facility that accommodates over 20 clinical staff.

It is our mission to create a center that offers the best possible solutions to enable the children it serves to reach their maximum potential and to support and help the parents of the children we serve.

We are seeking a special education teacher to support students with individualized education plans (IEPs) to ensure academic success in center based group learning and in general education classrooms when they are ready for transition. Note, there are no income taxes in Bahrain, so - with the exception of a 1% employment tax – your salary is your take-home pay.

For US citizens, if you're earning under approximately $100,000 per year, there is a foreign earned income tax exemption, for which you should be eligible.

To give you an idea of basic costs: a nice, 1-bedroom furnished flat in a central location costs between $1,000 and $1,600 a month. To lease a small car costs about $400 per month.

Living in Bahrain

Think is centrally located, in Saar, an area where there are many options for accommodation and there is a combination of expat families and local families. We are also very close to an area, called the Seef area, which has many restaurants, shopping malls, and lots options for accommodation. Bahrain is small and very easy to get around, although, like any thriving place that attracts a lot of people, there can be traffic, which everyone loves to complain about.

It is a nice and welcoming place to live that attracts diverse and interesting people. Having said that, it is essential to be able to learn and respect local culture and customs in order to fully appreciate and enjoy it. If you like to travel, one of the highlights of living here is the ability to easily travel to so many wonderful places.

Harvard Business Review (March 6, 2017) placed Bahrain as the top city worldwide for workers based on financial score.

https://hbr.org/2017/03/the-most-attractive-cities-to-move-to-for-work

Specific functions include:

  • Assess students and create IEP goals.
  • Help with and ensure implementation of IEP goals and accommodations
  • Collect data on student goals
  • Support all students in self contained and general education settings through co-planning and co-instructing and co-assessing with general education and special education teachers and behavior analysts
  • Supervise and collaborate with the special education assistants and behavior technicians
  • Utilize positive behavioral support strategies
  • Participate with teaching staff in collaborative professional development

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's required Master's degree preferred
  • Special education teacher certification
  • Minimum of 3 years experience teaching or working in a school, supporting student academic success
  • Demonstrated success as a collaborative professional
  • Strong work ethic
  • Demonstrated ability to independently manage high-quality reports and compliance deadlines

Salary:

Competitive annual teacher salary and BCBA salary. Ranges depend on experience.
Candidates with Special Ed teacher certification: Annual Base Salary ($45,000-$60,000) + Housing Allowance ($7940 annually)
Candidates Special Ed teacher certification and BCBA certification: ($63,000-$70,000) + Housing Allowance ($7940 annually)

Benefits:

  • Private health insurance
  • 30 days paid annual leave
  • +15 days national holidays
  • Annual ticket home

Contact:

Ingy Alireza
Email: ingyalireza@thinkinc.me
Telephone number: +97339650177

Special Education Teacher (various positions)

Phoenix, AZ

Job Category: Special Education Resources

Posted on Thursday, 26. of October 2017

Description:

Pendergast Elementary School District has various positions open:2 positions for Special Education Resource 5th - 8th, Special Education Resource K-3rd, SPED - Social Skills K-4th, SPED - Social Skills 6th - 8th, and 3 positions for Special Education Preschool.

Requirements

  • Arizona certification in Cross Categorical OR
  • Arizona certification in Learning Disabilities with experience in working with children with disabilities in the area of Emotional Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disability, Other Health Impairments and Autism
  • Demonstrate success with researched based interventions and curriculum modification or adaptation
  • Skilled at working with others in a professional learning environment
  • Strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrate skill with Microsoft office
  • Early Childhood Certification (if applicable)

Contact Information

If interested, please apply at: www.pesd92.org or for any questions please contact: Julie Chairez Ramirez at jchairez@pesd92.org

Lead ED Special Education Teacher

Washington, DC

Job Category: Special Education Teacher - Secondary

Posted on Thursday, 14. of September 2017

Description

The Lead Special Education Teacher for Cornerstone is an integral member of the academics team whose focus is to guide students in their social-emotional and academic development.  In this role, the Cornerstone Lead Teacher will serve as a case manager for all students enrolled in the program (6-10 students), they will ensure compliance with all special education regulations and timelines and ensure all  students are receiving services. The ED teacher is responsible for all students engaged in academic experiences guided by high expectations, research-based pedagogy and care for each child’s developmental needs.

The Lead Special Education teacher is responsible for ensuring the services are delivered with fidelity. This teacher will collaborate with the academic, wellbeing and student life teams, external partners and services providers as well as parents to provide an unparalleled personalized academic experience.

Monument Academy values the personal well-being and professional growth of our staff. The Lead Special Education Cornerstone teacher will create a personalized development plan collaboratively with the Principal and will receive weekly coaching to ensure progress toward personal and professional growth.

Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Promote Monument Academy’s core values and model the highest behavior standards for staff and student at all times
  • Create and implement personalized learning plans for each student that are data-informed and Common Core State Standards aligned.
  • Deliver grade level curricula identified by Monument Academy with fidelity and consult on strengths and challenges of the curricula
  • Collaborate with the Academic Team to improve lesson plans and instructional materials
  • Assist in the development of IEP goals and objectives and ensure appropriate implementation of student interventions through collaboration with the Classroom Teachers
  • Utilize provided supplemental resources for intervention and enrichment and identify or create additional resources, as necessary
  • Demonstrate commitment to the implementation of Positive Behavioral Supports and Interventions and Positive Action to maintain a positive, safe, productive, and child-centered learning environment
  • Utilize data to assess student learning and the effectiveness of teaching practices
  • Collaborate with academic team members as well as other teams within the school to share student information
  • Implement student-specific interventions and track related progress for both academic and social-emotional needs
  • Communicate regularly with parents and caregivers regarding student progress and challenges
  • Conduct home visits with another staff member as needed
  • Fully participate in professional development opportunities on and off property throughout the year
  • Provide and seek feedback from other members of the Academic Team and Monument Academy staff and leadership

Requirements

  • Three or more years of classroom teaching experience in an upper elementary or middle school in an urban setting, inclusive classroom and/or co-teaching experience preferred
  • Experience working with at-risk youth, foster youth, or youth with high social emotional needs highly desired;
  • Demonstrated ability to set ambitious goals with students and data-supported evidence that these goals were met;
  • Experience with the IEP process from assessment to identification and creation to monitoring and review;
  • Thorough knowledge of special education laws and regulations;
  • Cultural competency in working with students and families from different racial, ethnic, linguistic, and sexual orientation backgrounds;
  • Ability to connect with families/caregivers;
  • Highly qualified designation as recognized by District of Columbia Public Schools
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Special Education certification required

Benefits

  • Relocation package available plus a signing bonus of $1000
  • Competitive compensation commensurate with experience. Monument Academy is committed to its policy of full inclusion and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in hiring and employment, nor in the administration of its educational policies, or admissions policies.

Contact

Marcia Sandifer, Recruiter

Marcia.Sandifer@monumentacademydc.org

www.monumentacademy.org

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