Portland, Oregon Full Time SPED Teacher School Job

  • Job Location:  Portland, OR
  • Category: 

    Schools - Special Education Teacher

  • Type: 

    Contract


Portland, Oregon Full Time SPED Teacher School Job
 
There are several full time job opportunities for Special Education Teachers at a school district in Portland, Oregon. The hired teachers will report to work Monday thru Friday from 7:30 am - 3:30 pm for approximately 40 hours weekly. All teachers applying must a Master's degree in Special Education. The Portland, Oregon district is only considering applicants that already have their Oregon Special Education Teacher License in hand or have a current license that has reciprocity with the state of Oregon. The ability to develop Individualized Educational Programs for students is a major duty each teacher hired must be able to complete.
 
Special Ed. Teacher Job Requirements:
 

  • Master's Degree
  • State of Oregon Special Education Teacher License

    • A content endorsement is preferred

  • Ability to begin with in 2 weeks time
  • IEP Knowledge

 
Contact Chris Reali directly at (770) 325-0318 or by sending an email with your most updated resume to Chris.Reali@procaretherapy.com for immediate consideration for any of these full time Special Education Teaching job opportunities in Portland, Oregon.

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