Special Education Teacher - Full Time - St. Paul, Minnesota

  • Job Location:  St. Paul, MN
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    Schools - Special Education Teacher

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ProCare Therapy is currently arranging interviews for a special education teacher job in St. Paul, Minnesota. This will be full time beginning ASAP. The Special Education Teacher will need to be licensed in the state of Minnesota. ProCare Therapy can offer an excellent benefit and compensation package for this job.
Job Details:

  • Special Education Teacher
  • Full Time
  • Resource Position
  • Elementary Caseload
  • Small Caseload
  • ASAP Start

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Special Education
  • Licensed in Minnesota
  • Recent Schools Experience
  • Passionate and Driven

For more information, please contact Shawn Donalty at 770-325-0344 or email your resume and references to shawn.donalty@procaretherapy.com to apply and set up an interview.

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