Early Childhood Special Education Teacher near Kent, WA

Kent, WA 11 days ago

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Category Schools - Special Education Teacher
Job Type Contract

Soliant Schools is working with a school near Kent that is looking for an early childhood special education teacher to join their self-contained team for the school year. This is a full time, W-2 contracting position. The ideal candidate is certified to teach special education in the state of Washington. 

In this position you will plan, conduct, and evaluate an education program for all assigned students. Provide instruction to regular education students as well as special education students who are mainstreamed into regular classes. Manage classroom in a safe and responsible manner. Work effectively with colleagues and administrators to accomplish building and district goals. 

 

Job Details:

  • Full-time position
  • Onsite Position (W2 Contractor)
  • Caseload: Early childhood and Self-contained
  • Competitive Weekly Pay, Benefits(Medical, Dental, Vision, Etc.) and 401K with employer match!


Duties and responsibilities:    

  • Demonstrate and communicate high expectations for student learning;
  • Use research-based instructional practices to meet the needs of all students;
  • Acquire and use specific knowledge about students’ cultural, individual, intellectual, and social development and use that knowledge to adjust their practice by employing strategies that advance student learning;
  • Demonstrate strong content area knowledge, learning standards, appropriate pedagogy, and resources to design and deliver curricula and instruction to impact student learning;
  • Foster and manage a safe and inclusive learning environment that takes into account physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being of students;
  • Use multiple data elements (both formative and summative) to plan, inform and adjust instruction, and evaluate student learning. Student growth data must be a substantial factor utilizing the OSPI approved student growth rubrics;
  • Communicate and collaborate with students, families, and all educational stakeholders in an ethical and professional manner to promote student learning;
  • Participate collaboratively in the educational community to improve instruction, advance the knowledge and practice of teaching as a profession, and ultimately impact student learning;  
Training and knowledge desired:
  • Interest in and ability to work with elementary school students in formal and informal school settings;
  • Ability to interact in a courteous and respectful manner with staff, students, and parents at all times;
  • Strong skills, abilities, and background in content, methods, strategies, and technologies appropriate for subjects taught (reading, language arts, math, science, social studies, art, music health, and physical education);
  • Empathy and understanding of students with a wide spectrum of academic needs;
  • Ability to provide commitment toward self-improvement and continued professional growth and willingness to benefit from effective evaluation and supervision;
  • Working knowledge of various electronic media, online resources, research and student learning data.

Requirements:

  • Must have an active Special Education Teaching Certification for the state of Washington
  • Bachelor's degree or higher in Special Education


For more information on this position, contact Jessica Williams at (770) 557-3222 or [email protected]

 

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Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

  • Competitive Salary
  • Weekly Paycheck
  • Matching 401(k) Plan
  • Extensive Medical Coverage
  • Licensing Assistance
  • Custom Housing
  • Travel Assistance
  • Professional Development Reimbursement