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Chase City, VA
Rivermont, a New Story School in Chase City, VA is seeking a qualified Special Education Teacher to join our team. Special Education Teachers play an integral role in the success of our students. The position provides academic instruction and mentors students in a team environment, under the supervision of the Principal, Asst Principal, and BCBA/BCaBA. Special Education Teachers are responsible for overseeing the classroom team, including the dynamics and functioning of all staff within their classroom to fulfill the individual curriculum and self-care needs of the students. Candidates seeking Provisional Licensure must meet all requirements and be willing to complete the required VDOE coursework within 90 school days to become provisionally licensed.
Provisional Licensure Requirements:
Must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
Must complete the VDOE required coursework within 90 school days to become eligible for provisional licensure. The coursework is in the competencies of foundations for educating students with disabilities and an understanding and application of the legal aspects and regulatory requirements associated with identification, education, and evaluation of students with disabilities
After receiving provisional licensure, a teacher has 3 years to satisfy all the requirements and coursework/testing to be eligible for a collegiate (bachelor level) or postgraduate (Master level or higher) license.
Minimum of three (3) years teaching experience working with children with behavior/learning disorders is preferred.
Required Licenses & Certifications:
VDOE Teacher License
Teacher - Spec. Ed. Cert. preferred
Competitive pay and benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance)
Generous paid time off and paid holidays
401K with company contribution
Flexible Spending Account and Health Savings Account options
Tuition credit program for eligible dependents
Employee Discount Program
Rewards program which allows you to earn points to purchase items
Betty Garnett, Corporate Recruiter
Rivermont, a New Story School in Warsaw, VA is seeking a qualified Principal to be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the individual school as well as ensuring appropriate long- term planning for each school year. He/she is responsible for the supervision of all staff and students. This position promotes high academic, behavioral, and therapeutic standards; and serves as a resource for information to students, their families, staff, and community agencies. This is a new location under Rivermont Schools, and this position will be responsible for a large number of start-up activities and coordination.
Budgeting - Expert
Crisis Intervention - Expert
Curriculum Development - Expert
Employee Relations - Expert
Management - Expert
Student Information System - Expert
Required- Masters or better in Special Education or related field.
Preferred- Masters or better in Education or related field.
Virginia Teacher - Gen Ed K-12
Virginia Teacher - Spec. Ed.
Competitive pay and benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance)
Generous paid time off and paid holidays
401K with company contribution
Flexible Spending Account and Health Savings Account options
Tuition credit program for eligible dependents
Employee Discount Program
Rewards program which allows you to earn points to purchase items
Betty Garnett, Corporate Recruiter, Rivermont Schools
Mt Laurel Township, NJ
We are looking for Special Education Teachers for multiple programs throughout our organization! Bancroft serves a wide variety of populations, in various settings, and we are always looking for exceptional Special Education Teachers to join us.
Do you aspire to help children with diverse challenges build skills for their future? Are you ready to make a real impact in their lives? As a Special Education Teacher at Bancroft, you will draw upon a wealth of curriculum and clinical resources to design individualized student goals.
We are currently hiring in the Bancroft School, which is the leading provider in the area of special education for children and young adults. Working here is an unparalleled opportunity to advance your professional career while empowering individuals with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their best lives. We have additional openings in our Lindens Center for Autism. The Lindens Neurobehavioral Program is a highly effective residential treatment program for children living with severe autism, intellectual or developmental disabilities. Many of the children the Lindens’ supports also have coincinciding behavioral health diagnoses and distinct medical needs. Families from across the country trust the Lindens Program to provide expert and progressive care for their child
How You Can Make a Real Impact:
Assess students’ individual abilities and create customized lessons plans
Address specific Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and encourage skill-building
Review IEPs to ensure goals are appropriate and recommend modifications
Provide training for parents, in the classroom and at home
Utilize Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles throughout the educational experience of the people we serve
Communicate with students, families, and guardians
We’re Hiring Compassionate Team Members Who:
Have a Bachelor’s degree
Are eligible for teaching certification, such as “NJ Teacher of Students with Disabilities” or “Teacher of the Handicapped”
Are eligible for highly-qualified Teacher status
Have effective teaching, facilitation, and communications skills
At least one year of experience teaching Special Education
Knowledge of teaching methods designed for students with learning, physical, and behavior disabilities
For information about New Jersey certifications please visit the NJ DOE Licensing and Certification FAQ Website: https://www.nj.gov/education/license/faq.htm
What You’ll Love About Bancroft:
Meaningful Purpose: We truly make a difference in the lives of our students, and it inspires us to be better teachers.
Lasting Bonds: We are a close-knit, committed team who feel like a second family
Personal Growth: There are opportunities to learn and build skills, professional development, career advancement, tuition assistance, and loan repayment programs
Outstanding Benefits: We offer competitive salaries, retirement savings program, generous paid time off, medical and dental insurance, and more
Application Link: https://careers-bancroft.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCategory=17365
New York, NY
Originally founded in 1991 as Harlem RBI, DREAM has grown to annually serve more than 2,500 youth across East Harlem and the South Bronx through a network of six PreK-12, extended-day, extended-year DREAM Charter Schools and community sports-based youth development programs. Through our commitment to rigorous academics, social-emotional learning, deep family and community engagement, and health and wellness, we create lifelong learners who are equipped to fulfill their vision of success in and out of the classroom. We dream big, as well, with an aggressive five-year plan to expand to serve 3,500 students across seven schools—growing our organization's impact and leveling the playing field for all children. To learn more, visit wearedream.org.
DREAM is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as a Lunch Coach at our high school site. The ideal candidate will be able to join DREAM starting as soon as possible and commit through June 10th 2022. Candidates must also understand and value DREAM's comprehensive approach to youth development and inspire, lead, and motivate DREAM staff to drive outcomes that support youth in recognizing their potential and realizing their dreams.
Oversee a group of up to 20 youth (grades 9-12) during their lunch time
Model professionalism through consistent attendance, timeliness and preparation
Supervise and manage youth behavior at all times using positive youth development strategies, including tracking incidents, and coordinating with supervisor and other staff as needed to implement
Implement all health and safety protocols as required, including enforcement of mask policies
Support with hallway monitoring and conflict resolution as needed
High school diploma or equivalent required
Must be able to work in person at the program site
Strong ability to communicate verbally and in writing with a variety of stakeholders, including students in grades 9-12, school administrators, and staff
Experience with behavior management systems, including positive youth development, preferred
Exhibits high energy, warmth, enthusiasm and patience in working with youth and adults in a school-based setting
Ability to work collaboratively within a team setting.
Days and Hours:
Multiple shifts available: 10am-1pm or 11:30am-3pm
DREAM Charter High School: 439 East 115th Street, New York, NY 10029
DREAM's Vaccination Policy:
DREAM requires vaccination against COVID-19 for all employees, including a booster dose. Reasonable Accommodations based on a qualifying disability or sincerely held religious belief are being considered in accordance with applicable law.
OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION
At DREAM, diversity, equity, and inclusion are a matter of mission.
From our schools to our playing fields, DREAM is committed to building a team where each individual can bring their full identity and experience to work because representation matters—it enriches our team culture, enhances our ability to innovate, and strengthens our impact in and out of the classroom. DREAM engages staff that represent and appreciate the diversity of our majority Black and Hispanic student body, while working to ensure that our practices are equitable, welcoming, and productive. We are dedicated to creating a world where youth, especially youth of color, have permission to dream—along with the tools and opportunities to make their dreams reality.
Come dream with us.
All Kids Can. This Kid Can.
DREAM is Family.
Fun is a Serious Value.
Teamwork Makes the DREAM Work.
Fail. Persist. Exceed.
Willamette Education Service District is accepting applications for a full-time (40 hours per week) Director of Oregon Migrant Education service Center position; bilingual Spanish required. Successful candidate will work as a member of the OMESC Department and will follow a 240-day calendar. This position will be based at the Willamette ESD Marion Center in Salem, OR and will begin on July 1, 2022.
Benefit information here:
Willamette Education Service District is accepting applications for a full-time (40 hours per week) Executive Director of Special Education position. Successful candidate will work as a member of the Special Education Department and will follow a 240-day calendar. This position will be based at the Willamette ESD Marion Center in Salem, OR and will begin July 1, 2022.
Education and/or Experience: Masters Degree with academic training in special education. Teacher Standards & Practices Commission (TSPC) School Administrator
License. Minimum of ten (10) years experience in public education, part of which must have been in teaching or supervising in the field of special education preferred.
Minimum of five (5) years experience as a school administrator preferred. Excellent communication and customer relations skills. Knowledge of current technological developments and trends. Proven skills in working collaboratively and productively in a team environment. Ability to develop financial plans and manage resources. Proven skill in building consensus among diverse groups, including department personnel, component school districts, and partner agencies. Demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations and implement proactive or corrective actions and strategies.
Recent, successful experience collaborating with executive-level administrators to achieve organizational goals.
- Interpersonal Skills: Works well with others. Focuses on resolving conflict; maintains confidentiality; listens to others without interrupting; keeps emotions under control; remains open to others’ ideas and contributes to building a positive team spirit.
- Language Skills: Must be able to communicate fluently in English, verbally and in writing. Ability to effectively present information and respond verbally to inquiries or complaints from parents, administrators, staff, students, and the general public. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to write reports, business correspondence.
- Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent and to create and interpret bar graphs.
- Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
- Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have general knowledge of computer usage and ability to use e-mail.
- Other Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of applicable current federal and state education programs and policy with local, State and Federal regulations, and industry standards and/or laws governing work procedures and practices, methods and materials. Ability to maintain a clean and professional appearance.
- Confidentiality: The employee maintains the integrity of confidential information relating to agency records and data, employees, students, families, or district patrons. The employee uses or relays personal and agency information only in the course of performing assigned responsibilities and in the best interest of the individuals involved.
- Attendance Standards: Timely and regular attendance is an expectation of performance for all employees. To ensure adequate staffing and to meet expected agency standards, employees will be held accountable for adhering to their regular work hours and schedule. In the event an employee is unable to meet this expectation, he/she must obtain approval from their supervisor in advance of any requested schedule changes. This approval includes requests to use appropriate accruals, as well as late arrivals to or early departures from work, and any special attendance needs of the position as determined by the ESD.
- Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Certificates as determined by the District, including a valid driver's license.
This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) administrative/non-represented position.
Placement on the Willamette ESD administrative salary schedule, $134,567 - $142,761, will be commensurate with applicant’s qualifications, relevant training and experience, and prorated according to start date.
Salary and benefits shown are based upon full-time employment (1.0 FTE) for the entire school year contract period.
Willamette ESD supports payment for health, dental and vision insurance premiums for eligible employees. Employer-paid PERS, holidays, sick leave, and personal days are also provided to eligible employees.
Michael Beck, Deputy Superintendent
Contract Full Time
Bishop Ireton High School, a Catholic college preparatory school in Alexandria, Virginia, is seeking a full-time Special Education teacher for the Options Program to begin immediately. The Options Program first opened in Fall 2020, serving students with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities with a cognitive impairment. Please review the job description below for details regarding responsibilities. Reports Directly To: Director of Special Services
We are looking for a teacher leader for the Options Program. The ideal candidate will have experience serving students with intellectual disabilities in a variety of settings.
The teacher would need to be passionate about supporting inclusion in an academically rigorous environment as well as qualified to teach differentiated, developmental instruction based on student needs. The options Program teacher would help support success for both the student and general education teacher in the inclusion classroom. The teacher is also a key member of the larger Special Services team and should be excited to not only teach, but also work collaboratively to grow this new program.
Teach skills-based classes for students with intellectual disabilities in the following areas:
- Functional Math
- Social skills, employment skills, etc., depending on student need
Differentiate support for a variety of students with numerous diagnoses
Support general education teachers with best-practices in inclusion and appropriate use of accommodations and modifications in the general education classroom
Work collaboratively with general education teachers to modify curriculum for students in the Options Program
Weekly communication with parents of students in your classes or on your case load
Manage an assigned case load of Student Assistance Plans/Individualized Catholic Education Plans (our versions of 504 Plans/IEPs) from eligibility to implementation to review.
Appropriately respond to any unexpected behavior situations supporting student needs and providing examples for how adults should respond
Coordinate related services with ACPS for students who qualify
Locate or create resources to provide for teachers/staff to understand the needs of students with intellectual disabilities, answer staff and student questions with helpful suggestions for success
Work closely with Peer Mentors to help support students in all aspects of student life at Bishop Ireton; co-lead on-going professional development for Peer Mentors
Actively participate in developing curriculum for the Options Program including possible adoption of supplemental resources or texts
Attend regular Special Services team meetings and on-going PLC/professional development meetings
Find and attend on-going professional development opportunities to stay current in the field of special education
Help arrange informational sessions for student and parent orientations at the beginning of the school year.
Help strategize and implement the development of related school programming for a full inclusion experience (ie. Special Olympics, etc.)
Attend at least two recruiting/welcoming/student support events outside of school hours each school year
Choose and effectively implement a minimum of one major leadership role for the Special Services Team (options include: Peer Mentor Lead, Student Assistance Plan Lead, SAP Coordinator, Inclusion Support Lead, EL Student Support Lead, etc.)
Throughout the year, work closely with the Director of Special Services and the Department Chair on tasks related to student/teacher support and program development/evaluation
Bachelors or Masters degree in Special Education
Preferred - Certification for teaching students with intellectual disabilities and/or adapted curriculum and experience working with students with intellectual disabilities in a variety of settings
Experience differentiating reading or math instruction and/or expertise in supporting the developmental processes of acquiring reading and math skills.
Experience managing a special education case load to include the eligibility process, writing IEP/504 Plans/SAPs, monitoring implementation, and on-going communication with stakeholders.
Proven ability to remain calm and problem solve during unexpected behaviors or events
Exemplifies a deep belief in and commitment to educational excellence for all students
Has read current research on best practices for supporting students with intellectual disabilities in an inclusion environment or is willing to get current on research prior to first day
Track record of working well on a team
Effective oral and written communication skills
For more information on Special Services programs at Bishop Ireton, please visit the website at https://www.bishopireton.org/academics/special-services.
If interested, please submit your resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Tina Becker at firstname.lastname@example.org . Application to the Office of Catholic Schools is also required for this position. Please review the requirements noted in this link https://www.arlingtondiocese.org/catholic-schools/careers/application/ and confirm that you are able to comply with these requirements.
Are you ready to join the nation’s fastest improving urban school district? We are looking for highly motivated, skilled, and equity-minded special education teachers to join our team at District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) for the 2022-23 school year. We seek individuals who are passionate about transforming the DC school system and making a significant difference in the lives of our students with special needs.
*Candidates who commit to teaching at one of our RISE schools are eligible to receive a signing bonus of up to $2,500 for the 2022-23 school year if they are hired by June 1, 2022.*
DCPS serves approximately 49,000 students in the nation's capital through the efforts of approximately 4,200 educators in 117 schools. As part of a comprehensive reform effort to become the preeminent urban school system in America, DCPS intends to have the highest-performing, best paid (Salary Range: $56,313 - $90,905), most satisfied, and most honored educator force in the nation and a distinctive central office staff whose work supports and drives instructional excellence and significant achievement gains for DCPS students.
Every student feels loved, challenged, and prepared to positively influence and thrive in life.
Ensure that every school guarantees students reach their full potential through rigorous and joyful learning experiences provided in a nurturing environment.
Promote Equity: Define, understand, and promote equity so that we can eliminate gaps and systematically interrupt institutional bias.
Empower Our People: Recruit, develop, and retain a talented, caring, and diverse team.
Ensure Excellent Schools: Increase the number of excellent schools throughout the city.
Educate the Whole Child: Provide rigorous, joyful, and inclusive academic and social emotional learning experiences to ensure all students are college and career ready.
Requirements or Qualifications:
This position is a safety-sensitive position. As a result, throughout employment this position will be subject to the Employee Mandatory Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy. The Government of the District of Columbia values the safety of our employees, our residents, and our visitors. In support of these values, if you are selected for this job, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, except when vaccination is not medically advised or violates your sincerely held religious beliefs. If you are invited to join our team, you must submit proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by uploading a copy of your vaccination card, or uploading proof of your approved medical or religious exemption, to your candidate dashboard. If you are granted an exemption, you must submit to weekly COVID-19 testing and will be required to upload weekly a negative COVID-19 test to maintain employment with the Government of the District of Columbia. You will not be extended an offer of employment until you comply with the requirement to upload your vaccination card or your approved medical or religious exemption.
The Teacher (10-month) will report to the Principal.
Previous exposure to or experience in the education sector a plus.
Possesses or is eligible for a valid District of Columbia Teaching License issued by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE).
Successful completion of Praxis I and II exams (unless already holding a standard teaching license).
Strong instructional skills and classroom management.
Enthusiasm for and demonstrated mastery of subject matter.
Unrelenting commitment to students, self, and school’s constant learning and development.
Ability to self-reflect on teaching practices and be responsive to feedback.
HMO (Aetna, Kaiser Permanente, or United HealthCare)
POS (United HealthCare)
Dental and Optical Insurance (Plans provided by the Washington Teachers’ Union)
Basic Life Insurance
Supplemental Life Insurance
Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
Short-Term Disability Insurance
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Teacher’s Retirement Plan
Flexible Spending Accounts (for dependent care & health care)
403(b) Tax Sheltered Annuities
DC Teachers Federal Credit Union
457 Deferred Compensation Plan
Loan Cancellation or Deferment
AT&T Discount Program for District of Columbia Employees
Employer Assisted Housing Program (Up to $11,500 for first-time homebuyers in DC)
HUD Good Neighbor Next Door Program (50% off the list price for HUD homes)
Discounted memberships to Washington Sports Clubs
Please visit the DCPS Human Resources page for additional information.
Contact & Apply:
Apply here today! Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis; however, we encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible to receive priority consideration for early hiring and signing bonus opportunities.
Email our team at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to connect with a recruiter!
The ESE/ESOL Teacher at New Beginnings High School utilizes a blended learning approach that combines traditional classroom instruction with online instruction and activities. This model enables New Beginnings High School to offer a wide variety of courses and to increase the amount of self-directed learning that is so crucial to the post-secondary success of our customer.
Manage all aspects of the blended learning classroom.
Create a learning environment conducive to the student’s achievement.
Develop aligned lessons to the targeted standards and present instructional content in an effective and engaging manner.
Enhance lessons through the use of varied and purposeful questioning.
Establish a positive, respectful, welcoming, and inclusive classroom environment.
Manage customer behavior through a positive behavior system.
Plan and collaborate with support staff for customers with individual differences.
Implement differentiated instruction to meet customer needs.
Develop and administer subject specific assessments for the purpose of assessing customer competency levels and/or developing individual learning plans.
Serve as a test proctor as needed.
Assess customer progress toward objectives, expectations, and/or goals for the purpose of providing specific, high-quality academic feedback to customers, parents, school personnel and administration.
Direct para-professionals, volunteers and/or student workers for the purpose of providing an effective classroom program and addressing the needs of individual customers.
Facilitate committee meetings as needed.
Prepare for and participate in FTE reviews and other state sponsored audits as requested.
Support recruitment, marketing, building community relationships, and retention by visiting the communities where customers reside.
Support NBHS by attending community service and outreach activities.
Participate in school meetings to gain an understanding of school programs and services.
Participate in various projects.
Other duties as assigned.
Valid Florida teaching certificate in ESE. Bachelor Degree, Master's preferred.
Minimum of 2 years secondary classroom experience.
Experience in online learning at the middle/high school level is preferred.
Demonstrated success in leading customers to significant academic growth and maintaining a positive learning environment.
Extreme flexibility to accommodate multiple priorities and a strong work ethic to accommodate a high level of responsibility. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Valid Florida driver's license and auto insurance.
Health, Vision and Dental
Apply online, New Beginnings High School http://www.newbhs.net/welcome/people-department/
The Halton School, an independent school for students with Asperger’s, is looking for a Special Education teacher. The teacher will provide special education instruction to students in a small multi-grade class. The teacher will utilize a variety of teaching methods to meet student’s educational needs and adapt and develop instructional materials accordingly. We require a minimum of five years teaching experience. Please view our full job description (www.thehaltonschool.org go to Employment/Special Education Teacher) for more details. We offer a competitive salary and benefits. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education
Certification/License in Exceptional Children
Five or more years’ experience teaching students with disabilities in grades 3-8
Experience implementing and managing IEP programs for students (As a private school we use a similar plan labeled EMP meetings)
Ability to create multi-tiered system of support for students
Extensive knowledge of special education needs of students
Ability to teach social skills and improve communication skills of students
Health Insurance, Vision, Dental, 401k with match, life and AD&D.
Baton Rouge, LA
The Dunham School is a PK-12, non-denominational Christian, independent school serving 785 students on one campus. For 15 years, the school has provided extensive student support for grades K-12 for students who have a variety of learning challenges. The school offers fee paid tutoring, coaching, small group instruction and individual courses for students with a range of learning challenges including ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia and high functioning autism. The McKay Academic Center for Excellence (MAC) operates as a support structure to the traditional college preparatory program and is available to students in all divisions. For more details candidates should visit dunhamschool.org
The Director of the McKay Academic Center reports to the Head of School and works closely with each of the Division Heads. Specific responsibilities include the following:
- To ensure that all programs and activities offered through the McKay Academic Center for Excellence (known as the MAC) are consistent with the mission of the school and the purpose of the MAC.
- To set policies and procedures for all activities and programs offered through the MAC, and to ensure that these policies and procedures are followed.
- To serve as a Christian role model for students, teachers, and parents.
- To hire both full-time and part-time teachers, tutors, shadows, and other support staff as needed to meet the needs of the Dunham students.
- To supervise and direct all MAC staff members (through regular 1:1 meetings, team meetings, class/tutor observations, and any other appropriate means).
- To provide ongoing evaluation of all programs within the MAC, and make changes or additions as needed.
- To monitor the progress of students receiving services through the MAC, creating appropriate student-plans and modifying those as needed, in conjunction with appropriate teachers and Division Heads.
- To oversee the curriculum materials used in the compensation classes and MAC classes, in conjunction with Division Heads and Department Chairs.
- To assign teachers and students to appropriate MAC classes and compensation classes in conjunction with Division Head; to assign (or oversee the assignments) of students to appropriate tutors, reading specialists, and shadows.
- To collaborate with outside resources/consultants in areas such as Speech/Language Therapy services, Occupational Therapy services, ABA therapy services, Psycho-Educational Evaluations, etc.
- Coordinate the schedules of outside therapists who see Dunham students at school.
- To review Psycho-educational Evaluations of Dunham students and write appropriate academic accommodation plans for students.
- To provide screening-level assessments of students who are referred by Division Heads, and provide appropriate recommendations to parents, teachers, and Division Heads.
- To assist in Admissions activities for those students who may need support services through the MAC.
- To assist in Admissions screenings for early childhood students (preschool through kindergarten) by providing speech/language and developmental screenings.
- To assist and support Admissions through participation in Open House meetings and other Admissions activities.
- To meet regularly with parents to discuss progress and ongoing needs of students receiving services through the MAC.
- To work collaboratively with Division Heads, Department chairs, and other faculty as we work together to meet the needs of our students.
Master's Degree in Special Education or Related Field. Minimum 5 years experience in an educational setting.
Salary commensurate with experience. Beneifts include but are not limited to health insurance, retirement, paid vacation, professional development.
Phoenix, Tucson and Surrounding Cities, Az
Special Education Teacher
Special Education Teachers needed in Arizona (Phoenix and surrounding cities). Needs are in the self-contained and resource settings serving students with emotional disabilities (ED), Autism (A), Severe/Profound (S/P), and Intellectual Disabilities (ID). STARS is the largest school contract agency in AZ. STARS is owned and operated by Occupational Therapists. You will be an employee and receive full benefits (see below). Summers off with year-round pay and year-round appreciation. With a proven track record, STARS is able to offer you an unbeatable support system and resources. STARS is hiring for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years. STARS places Special Education Teachers throughout the Phoenix, Tucson and the surrounding area public schools.
Certification through the AZDOE, in Special Education. Arizona IVP Fingerprint Card through AZDPS. We will help you get the credentials needed and reimburse you for the cost.
Salary: $65,000/school year for 2022-23; $60,000/school year for 2021-22, based on 185 days. STARS also offers a fantastic benefit package including: 16 weeks off, 100% Company paid Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance, $1,000/year Continuing Ed Money, Paid Sick Time, Paid DOE Certification Fees, Paid NASET Dues, Spanish Immersion trip, Hawaii Trip for two, 401K, 125 Plan, Direct Deposit, Evaluation tools and treatment supplies, Two company sponsored parties with professional entertainment, Company newsletter, STARS sponsored dinner meetings with national/local speakers, Yearly raises, Referral bonuses, Moving $ Advance, Birthday gifts and other appreciation throughout the year. Genuine Appreciation.
YOU WILL FEEL LIKE A STAR!!!
Classroom Instructor and Team Teacher
The services to be provided by the Teacher shall include, but are not limited to the following :
Provide direct student support through small groups and one-on-one instruction within the learning strategies classroom.
Provide integrated co-teaching services in core curriculum through collaboration with subject specialists.
Provide highly specialized, self contained classes designed to support students who may be performing 4-5 grades levels below the expected level of performance.
Work with teachers and counselors to write and implement goal-driven IEPs (Individualized Education Plans), and coordinate annual IEP review processes for all students identified within the MS/HS.
Support teachers in differentiating plans for students based on their unique learning profiles so that all students are engaged, supported and prepared.
Collaborate with teachers to develop effective whole group practices, small group interventions, and individualized learning activities that support learning goals.
A member of the Student Support Team (SST) who together work towards supporting the social, emotional, behavioral, academic and physiological needs of all students in the MS/HS.
Be able to observe, assess or work with outside service providers to provide interventions and track student progress.
Provide instruction in assigned classes in accordance with the terms of the Contract and with the administrative practices established by the Director.
Make recommendations to the Director regarding the improvement of instruction.
Be in attendance at school on regular school days during the hours established by the Director.
Attend any and all meetings with other staff members, students and/or parents as required by the Director with respect to his/her teaching contract.
Perform other professional duties as defined and required by the Director with respect to his/her capacity of International Faculty.
Comply with and support all Board policies as currently detailed in the “School Board Policy Manual”.
Be strong role models and promote a positive and professional image for the school in the greater community.
Degree, Master’s (Education, Educational Therapy or the equivalent in a related field with emphasis in specific instruction or curriculum development relevant to the field of learning support).
Teaching and online experience valued.
Team teaching and self-contained classroom experience preferred.
Teachers must be fully credentialed or certified for their respective assignments with two or more years of successful teaching experience.
Operational knowledge of the Internet and related technologies.
Possesses strong oral and written communication skills.
Works independently with little direct supervision.
Works as a part of a team.
Accepts responsibility and is self – motivated.
Demonstrates strong work ethic to achieve academic goals.
Displays effective multi – tasking and time management skills.
Related experience / training to the position.
Awareness of the diversity of social, cultural and language needs of children and their communities.
Knowledge of current principles, practices, techniques and objectives of instructional methods.
Can relate well to different groups of students of different ages and ability levels.
For a comprehensive list of benefits, please visit our website (and learn more about our school as well!)
Director of Student Support Services
Anglo-American School of Sofia