Special Education Teacher Jobs
In a special education teacher job with Soliant, we offer the flexibility to choose where, when and how you’ll help change the lives of the children you work with all across the country. We have hundreds of special education jobs and opportunities in large school systems to small school districts.
Think you have what it takes to work with special needs students? Special education job demand is particularly strong for special education teachers. And there’s no better source for special education careers than Soliant. Small rural towns, urban settings and even online special education teaching jobs—we can place you where you want to be. And that’s just the beginning of the benefits when you take a Soliant job for special ed. teachers.
Special Education Job Duties
Although there are different types of special education jobs, all of those who work in special education jobs must possess compassion, patience and a desire to help others. Special education teachers and administrators will be responsible for working with students with a wide range of mental, emotional, learning and physical disabilities. They must use their expertise and skills to decide how to best educate the student, promoting good health and positive relationships. Special education professionals must also know how to educate students with severe disabilities, helping them with communication, literacy and other basic skills. They will also be asked to teach math, writing and reading to students with moderate or mild learning disabilities. Special education teachers most often perform their duties in preschools, public schools, childcare service facilities and other traditional institutions, in addition to potential online special education teaching jobs. In special education careers, individuals must possess the kindness and flexibility to help students feel as comfortable as possible, while also promoting good learning habits and a positive educational environment.
Education Requirements for Special Ed. Teacher Jobs
In order to qualify for special education or special needs teacher jobs, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in education, special education or a related field. During the course of their learning, they must become acquainted with the different types of disabilities, and how to teach students with disabilities in a way that they will understand and respond to. Professionals in special education jobs are also required to have acquired all state-issued certifications as well as any other types of licensure that the school board may ask for. While a master’s or graduate degree is not required to for all special education jobs, it can help increase chances of hiring success as well as earning higher wages upon starting your special education career. Those who are looking to be hired in private school jobs for special ed. teachers may not have to pass the state requirements for entry.
Special Ed. Teachers Job Market
Between now and the year 2024, the Bureau of Statistics projects a 6% growth rate in the field of special education. Since special ed. jobs are often quite stressful, schools have a hard time finding and keeping teachers. Therefore, the market is great for an individual who is interested in growing a special education career. Schools will want to keep you long-term, and the pay will be well worth it.
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