Adapted Physical Education (APE) Teaching Job - Sacramento, CA

  • Job Location:  Sacramento, CA
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    Schools - Adaptive Physical Education Teacher

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I am now working with a school district close to Sacramento, California that is looking for a new full-time APE Teacher. If you are qualified and currently on the market looking for a change, please review some of the details below and reach out to me with any questions that you may have in relation to this position.
Job at a Glance:

  • Full Time
  • Approx. 30 hours per week
  • Hours: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
  • Quick start - end of the school year contract
  • Working with preschool students
  • Excellent level of support on staff - wonderful colleagues and kiddos!
  • Must have APE authorization from CTC

If you are not local to the area, this could be a great travel assignment! Our agency does provide housing assistance, as well as, relocation reimbursement.
Salary for this opening is negotiable and will be experience-based.
If you are interested in moving forward with learning more about this opportunity, please get in contact with me either by phone or email. I would love to arrange a phone conference between you and the district special services director to see if this is a good match!
Looking forward to connecting with you.
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources

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