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Special Ed Teacher-Certified

October 18, 2019

Teacher-Certified

Plymouth, MA

Description:

The Home for Little Wanderers Southeast Campus seeks a SPED Teacher for their Plymouth-based program. Under the direction of the Principal, the Teacher leads development and implementation of curricula to multiple small-ratio, therapeutic classrooms of special education students primarily presenting with emotional impairments and performing at varying academic levels.  The successful candidate will possess a Massachusetts Educator Licensure in teaching of students with Moderate Disabilities.

Requirements:

  • Massachusetts Educator Licensure in teaching of students with Moderate Disabilities required. Professional status preferred.
  • Bachelors degree required. Masters degree in education preferred.
  • Previous classroom experience required and experience with program-specific population of children is highly desired


Benefits:

  • Comprehensive benefits including health, dental and tuition reimbursement
  • Sign-on bonus

To Learn More and Apply:

https://bit.ly/2MpwiE1
 

Special Ed Teacher

October 18, 2019

Teacher-Certified

Walpole, MA

Description:

The Home at Walpole seeks a Special Education Teacher for their Massachusetts Chapter 766 Special Education School, Clifford Academy. Clifford Academy provides a year-round engaging and comprehensive program focused on education, career development, recreation/fitness, and an individualized therapeutic approach.

Requirements:

  • Bachelors degree and knowledge in field of designated assignment or subject (such as early childhood education, vocational training, computer science, etc.) required
  • Master's Degree in Education or a related field preferred
  • Special Education license required
  • Previous experience working in education and/or with program specific population of children highly desirable
  • Massachusetts Educator Licensure required

Benefits:

A full spectrum of benefits are offered including health, dental, and tuition reimbursement.

To Learn More & Apply:

bit.ly/2nZhDpR

Special Education Teacher - Surprise, AZ

October 09, 2019

Full-time

Surprise, AZ

Description:

The Invo-Progressus Team has incredible opportunities for Special Education Teachers…or, as we like to call them, Superheroes.  If you use your super powers to help ensure that children have access to the best education possible in the least restrictive environment, we would love for you to join the Invo-Progressus team!  We are currently seeking full-time Special Education Teachers for a Structured Teaching 4-8 Classroom, a Preschool Classroom, and a SPED Resource Teacher for a K-8 classroom in Surprise, AZ. Call 800-892-0640 today to speak with a dedicated Career Services Manager!

For more than twenty years, Invo-Progressus has been providing therapeutic services that create better outcomes for children. The Invo-Progressus team is comprised of some of the nation’s most talented and influential education and therapy leaders all of whom have a keen understanding of how to meet the unique needs of school districts, children and families and help them succeed. We are committed to helping children and families, school leaders and clinicians achieve success. 

Best Practices. Best Careers. Best Outcomes for Children.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Appropriate state licensure and/or certification
  • Keen understanding of general special education testing concepts and methods
  • Responsible for providing specialized instruction for students with special needs
  • Able to diagnose and provide remediation of various types of learning disabilities
  • Able to provide consultation, resource information and materials regarding students with exceptional needs to parents
  • Personal commitment to driving positive outcomes for students
  • Collaborative minded professional with strong oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work and build strong relationships with parents, teachers and school administrators
  • Experience working in schools

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation with flexible pay options
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage
  • Flexible Spending Plan for medical and dependent coverage
  • Professional Liability Coverage
  • Licensure reimbursement
  • Annual Professional Development stipend
  • Professional membership stipend
  • 401(k) Retirement Saving Plan with a discretionary company match
  • Many More!

Contact:

Career Services Manager
800-892-0640
careers@invo-progressus.com
http://bit.ly/2uzfNft

Special Education Teacher - Philadelphia, PA

October 09, 2019

Full-time

Philadelphia, PA

Description:

The Invo-Progressus Team has incredible opportunities for Special Education Teachers…or, as we like to call them, Superheroes.  If you use your super powers to help ensure that children have access to the best education possible in the least restrictive environment, we would love for you to join the Invo-Progressus team!  We are currently seeking full-time Special Education Teachers in Philadelphia, PA for the 2019-2020 School Year. Call 800-892-0640 today to speak with a dedicated Career Services Manager!

For more than twenty years, Invo-Progressus has been providing therapeutic services that create better outcomes for children. The Invo-Progressus team is comprised of some of the nation’s most talented and influential education and therapy leaders all of whom have a keen understanding of how to meet the unique needs of school districts, children and families and help them succeed. We are committed to helping children and families, school leaders and clinicians achieve success. 

Best Practices. Best Careers. Best Outcomes for Children.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Appropriate state licensure and/or certification
  • Keen understanding of general special education testing concepts and methods
  • Responsible for providing specialized instruction for students with special needs
  • Able to diagnose and provide remediation of various types of learning disabilities
  • Able to provide consultation, resource information and materials regarding students with exceptional needs to parents
  • Personal commitment to driving positive outcomes for students
  • Collaborative minded professional with strong oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work and build strong relationships with parents, teachers and school administrators
  • Experience working in schools

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation with flexible pay options
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage
  • Flexible Spending Plan for medical and dependent coverage
  • Professional Liability Coverage
  • Licensure reimbursement
  • Annual Professional Development stipend
  • Professional membership stipend
  • 401(k) Retirement Saving Plan with a discretionary company match
  • Many More!

Contact:

Career Services Manager
800-892-0640
careers@invo-progressus.com
http://bit.ly/2uzfNft

Special Education Teacher - Bartow, FL

October 09, 2019

Full-time

Bartow, FL

Description:

The Invo-Progressus Team has incredible opportunities for Special Education Teachers…or, as we like to call them, Superheroes.  If you use your super powers to help ensure that children have access to the best education possible in the least restrictive environment, we would love for you to join the Invo-Progressus team!  We are currently seeking a full-time Special Education Teacher in Bartow, FL to provide services in a K-12 school program. Call 800-892-0640 today to speak with a dedicated Career Services Manager!

For more than twenty years, Invo-Progressus has been providing therapeutic services that create better outcomes for children. The Invo-Progressus team is comprised of some of the nation’s most talented and influential education and therapy leaders all of whom have a keen understanding of how to meet the unique needs of school districts, children and families and help them succeed. We are committed to helping children and families, school leaders and clinicians achieve success. 

Best Practices. Best Careers. Best Outcomes for Children.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Appropriate state licensure and/or certification
  • Keen understanding of general special education testing concepts and methods
  • Responsible for providing specialized instruction for students with special needs
  • Able to diagnose and provide remediation of various types of learning disabilities
  • Able to provide consultation, resource information and materials regarding students with exceptional needs to parents
  • Personal commitment to driving positive outcomes for students
  • Collaborative minded professional with strong oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work and build strong relationships with parents, teachers and school administrators
  • Experience working in schools

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation with flexible pay options
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage
  • Flexible Spending Plan for medical and dependent coverage
  • Professional Liability Coverage
  • Licensure reimbursement
  • Annual Professional Development stipend
  • Professional membership stipend
  • 401(k) Retirement Saving Plan with a discretionary company match
  • Many More!

Contact:

Career Services Manager
800-892-0640
careers@invo-progressus.com
http://bit.ly/2uzfNft

Intervention Specialist

October 02, 2019

OHIO

ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES:

TRECA e-learning initiatives include TRECA Digital Academy (TDA) and TRECA Flex, alternatives to traditional schooling that utilize 21 st -century technology. TDA provides students with computer technology, allowing them to progress at their own pace. The Intervention Specialist is responsible for overseeing assigned e-learning classes; students may be working at home or working in school computer labs. The Intervention Specialist is responsible for maintaining compliance of student special needs records including IEPs and ETRs; monitoring and reporting student progress for caseload students as well as in classes taught; and providing instructional resources to students per IEP specifications. This position will assist the TIS administration in providing effective and efficient educational services to TDA and any partner school affiliates. The use of technology to develop these relationships is essential. This position works mainly from a home office but reports to the main office in Marion, Ohio, or other regional locations at dates and times as assigned by the administration.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: 

  • Maintain compliance of student special needs records including IEPs and ETRs.
  • Use technology to identify, select, and modify instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
  • Monitor and report student progress on all IEP goals and objectives for student caseload and in courses taught using IEP reporting software as well as Student Information Systems.
  • Author and revise IEPs; lead & participate in IEP/ETR meetings; and provide specialized instruction per IEP.
  • Implement learning objects using activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences and individualized instruction.
  • Create and assess offline assignments, providing individualized feedback on student work and collaborating with other faculty as appropriate.
  • Make personal contact with students and families at regular intervals, identifying students at risk for problems in regards to attendance, participation, and/or progress. 
  • May serve as Credit Flex Committee Representative.
  • Develop systems and methods for engaging students and increasing motivation and productivity.
  • Monitor and track student progress in learning environments.
  • Make referrals as necessary in regard to academic, social/emotional, and/or technical issues.
  • Register caseload students and participate in state testing preparation and onsite administration.
  • Assist the administration in efforts to support the needs of partners, parents, and students.
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret data from universal screenings and state-mandated tests, targeting intervention needs.
  • Provide Response to Intervention (RTI) programming and instruction, including modeling and support for general education teachers implementing RTI.
  • Team with SAFE representatives to reduce barriers to learning for students with special needs.
  • Attend online and face-to-face meetings and events as required, including graduation.
  • Ensure program goals and objectives are being met.
  • Interface daily with all required organizational communication systems.
  • Perform any and all related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Current Ohio teaching license (Education of the Handicapped K-12 license required; general education teaching license encouraged)
  • Eligibility for HQT designation in assigned courses (preference given to those who are highly qualified in all four core subject areas)
  • An understanding of the TRECA and TDA environment
  • An understanding of individualized instruction and accommodation/ modification needs for students to be successful in the least restrictive environment, including general education and/or the resource room
  • Technological proficiency; home high-speed Internet access
  • Ability to multitask and execute duties according to deadlines
  • High degree of flexibility, ability to collaborate with others, organization, and self-motivation
  • Ability to communicate successfully with administration, staff, parents, and students, in both oral and written communications, electronically and hard copy
  • Commitment to excellence and continuous improvement; able to accept constructive criticism
  • Ability to work successfully from a home and/or regional office environment
  • Is discreet and recognizes the importance of maintaining confidentiality when handling or conveying information obtained in work setting

To Apply:

If interested and want more information please go to treca.org/careers

Chief Clinical Officer

September 10, 2019

Milford, MA

Description:

Criterion Child Enrichment is conducting a search for a Chief Clinical Officer (CCO).  Founded in 1985 as a not-for-profit organization, Criterion has served families for over 30 years and is a leading provider of early childhood education and early intervention services in Massachusetts.  Each year the agency serves over 7000 families with a staff of over 400 through a program network that extends throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Chief Clinical Officer will work in partnership with the agency’s Chief Administrative Officer to oversee operation of programs fulfilling Criterion’s Mission and Strategic Plans.

Criterion’s corporate office is located within a 40-minute drive of downtown Boston.  This recruitment is specifically focused on identifying an individual with the capacity to enhance and expand the agency’s participation in professional education and design of science-based treatment models in the fields of early childhood education, early intervention and family-centered service delivery. Applicants must have been awarded or be in the final stages of achieving a doctoral degree in a clinical discipline relevant to the agency mission and substantial experience managing human service delivery systems.  Applicants will receive a detailed prospectus describing agency programs and operations upon submission of a letter of interest and vitae.  Confidential applications may be submitted to: 

Robert F. Littleton Jr., Ed.D
President of the Board of Directors
Criterion Child Enrichment
321 Fortune Boulevard
Milford, Massachusetts 01757

Criterion Child Enrichment is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants and employees are considered for positions regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, handicap, genetic information, someone who is a member of, applies to perform, or has an obligation to perform, service in a uniformed military service of the United States, including the National Guard, on the basis of that membership, application or obligation; veteran status, or any other bases protected by law. 

Contact:

Please submit your resume to: recruitment@criterionchild.com

Special Education Intervention Methodology Advisor

August 14, 2019

Special Education Intervention

Peru

Description:

Peace Corps Response Volunteers (PCRV) with a degree in special education, at least 2 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and young people with intellectual disabilities, and advanced Spanish skills are needed to serve as a Special Education Intervention Methodology Advisor for Residential Care Centers (CAR) in the Unit of Services for the Protection of People with Disabilities (USPPD). In Peru 98% of children with disabilities do not receive education, and between 76% and 85% of all Peruvians with disabilities do not receive medical attention. Interventions to reintegrate children with disabilities are relatively new in the country, therefore there is little to no investment in training, support for parents, infrastructure improvements, medical attention, etc., which are all factors needed for the success of any intervention. Although the CAR centers were created to meet these needs, there are few opportunities in the country for training in innovative strategies and methodologies to manage effective interventions for children with disabilities. It is necessary to strengthen the capacity in the current CAR centers by establishing more solid structures and stronger intervention processes that could be built upon to create future CAR centers in different regions of the country. The CAR centers’ teams need the support of a PCRV with experience in social reintegration for children with disabilities to give them the opportunity to develop new skills in the staff and to design together with the volunteer an improved intervention that could be replicated in different sites.

The PCRV will work with 3 CAR centers that are located in the same district and within the same block to support the staff and the population served within their target intervention areas. Specifically, the PCRV will conduct an assessment of the intervention methodology of the permanent care staff, prepare a joint work plan for the transfer of skills, and develop a proposed protocol for special education intervention for children, adolescents and young people with intellectual disabilities. The PCRV will also provide training to permanent care personnel on the topics identified in the assessment and develop a monitoring tool for the application of the Educational Intervention Protocol to girls, boys, adolescents and young people with intellectual disabilities. The overall goal of this assignment is to support and train USPPD and CAR personnel with new strategies, methodologies and techniques for the reformulation of the design for a special education intervention protocol for children, adolescents and young people with intellectual and mental disabilities.

Please note that this position is one of several that will depart for service in Peru at the same time. It is unlikely that the departure date will change but applicants will be notified if the date does change. Please only apply if you are available on the date listed and if you can serve for the entire duration of the project.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or a related field.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and young people with intellectual disabilities.
  • 1 to 2 years’ of experience with intervention methodology for people with disabilities, including monitoring and evaluation of interventions.
  • An advanced level of Spanish in order to be able to carry out the training for our personnel and be able to communicate and transfer the required skills to the staff.

The Peace Corps embraces and leverages the diversity of its volunteers as a reflection of America's diversity. Peace Corps Response is committed to reflecting the diversity of the United States in the professionals we send into the field to support the mission of world peace and friendship. Applicants with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Benefits:

Peace Corps Response Volunteers receive many of the same benefits as Peace Corps Volunteers, including: transportation to and from their country of service; settling-in and living allowance; two vacation days per month of service; medical care; and for those who complete their service, the option to receive cash-in lieu of a return plane ticket. In addition, Peace Corps Response Volunteers receive a readjustment allowance of $475 for each month of service.

Contact:

https://www.peacecorps.gov/volunteer/response-openings/special-education-intervention-methodology-advisor-5849br/

Rachel Bueide
Recruitment and Placement Specialist
Peace Corps Response
1111 20th Street, NW|Washington, DC 20526
202-692-1533 | rbueide@peacecorps.gov
 

Special Education Teacher

August 06, 2019

Nationwide

Description:

Wake up every morning knowing you have the power and the tools to change lives. EBS is the employer of choice for special education teachers who truly want to help children learn, evolve, and grow. Join us, and we’ll give you everything you need to fuel your passion as a special education teacher. Whether you are new grad or an experienced special education teacher looking to reinvigorate your career, we offer the right job in the right place, right now, including:

  • Top-ranked public and private school
  • In-home treatment

Expect more from your employer, like a competitive salary, sign-on bonuses, job flexibility, licensure reimbursement, unlimited access to CEUs and training, relocation assistance, unparalleled mentorship, and possible tuition reimbursement access to an unbelievable network of top therapists who share your level of passion, and an entire team who will support you professionally and personally as you grow with EBS! 

Here at EBS, your career as a special educator is what you make it. That’s why thousands of special educators—experienced and new grads—who choose a job with EBS stay with us an average of 12 years. Treat in a specific specialty area. Study abroad. Become a mentor. Whatever your dream, EBS can help you make it happen!

About EBS: 

If you haven’t already started to apply, you probably want to know more about why EBS is the largest independent provider of services for the school-based and pediatric populations. We believe that every child has the power to change and grow--no matter their diagnosis or learning disability. And that’s exactly why we hire the most inspiring people in the therapy and special education field. Read more at ebshealthcare.com

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree or master’s degree 
  • Special education certificate
  • Minimum 1-year experience working with children

To Apply:

Send applications to hr@ebshealthcare.com along with contact information/resume

Early Childhood Educational Diagnostician/Assessor

July 10, 2019

Educational Diagnostician/Assessor

Washington, DC

Description

The Early Childhood Educational Diagnostician/Assessor is responsible for accurately assessing a child’s needs after s/he is referred to Early Stages through the administration of the appropriate screenings and educational assessments. The Coordinator functions as part of a multi-disciplinary team that collaborates to determine eligibility for special education services and is responsible for leading the team’s collaboration and composing Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for children with special needs. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The below statements are intended to describe the general nature and scope of work being performed by this position. This is not a complete listing of all responsibilities, duties, and/or skills required. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Serves as the special education case manager for referred children; and documents efforts and processes in the appropriate databases.
  • Screens, collects, and analyzes evaluation data, student records, and information pertinent to child learning and development; and formulates hypotheses and conclusions relating to learning and developmental concerns in order to complete a comprehensive special education evaluation.
  • Conducts educational assessments and completes assessment reports that are accessible to parents and teachers.
  • Creates Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and determines appropriate educational placements for children.
  • Coordinates a comprehensive special education evaluation in collaboration with other members of the multi-disciplinary evaluation team.
  • Keeps accurate observation notes/data and confidential records.
  • Ensures appropriate follow-up on all correspondence, directives, and other pertinent matters as necessary in connection with the evaluation, IEP, and placement process.
  • Facilitates eligibility and IEP meetings as the local education agency (LEA) representative.
  • Monitors timelines and completes due diligence to ensure successful completion of cases prior to designated deadlines and in accordance with DCPS and District policies.
  • Conducts off-site evaluations and home visits.
  • Travel to other sites within the DC metro area as needed.
  • Administers hearing and vision screenings as needed.

Visit www.earlystagesdc.org/page/career-opportunities to apply today!

Requirements

  • Master's degree in Special Education and at least three years of related work experience.
  • Previous exposure to or experience in the education sector a plus.
  • OSSE Special Education Teacher Certification.
  • Fluent in Spanish a plus
  • Experience in early childhood education preferred.
  • Experience administering and interpreting standardized and informal evaluation tools for the purposes of special education eligibility.
  • Ability to record and report data and observations accurately.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office and Google Docs and Sheets.
  • Proven ability to execute all the functions of an early childhood development case manager, including the effective writing of goals and objectives for Individualized Education Programs.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet multiple deadlines.
  • Experience with special education databases preferred.

Benefits

Salary Range:   1-4 / $70,676 - $81,777

Contact

Meghan V. Brown, MSW
Manager, Operations

Early Stages
Office of Elementary Schools
District of Columbia Public Schools
1125 New Jersey Avenue, NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, D.C. 20001
C: 202-270-2597
O: 202-698-6387
T: 202-698-8037
E:  meghan.brown@k12.dc.gov    
W: www.earlystagesdc.org