Special Education Teaching Position in Tacoma, WA - Immediate Hire

  • Job Location:  Tacoma, WA
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Special Education Teaching Position in Tacoma, WA - Immediate Hire
 
Procare Therapy is working with a school district near Tacoma, WA to help fill their open Special Education Teacher position. This is a full time position that will be for the entire school year. The teacher will be working with a High School life skills caseload of about 12-15 students. There will be additional support from three paraprofessionals on staff.
 
Job Details:

  • Full Time, M-F
  • 37.5 hours per week
  • Full School Year Contract
  • High School Life Skills
  • 12-15 students on the caseload
  • Support and materials provided

 
Job Requirements:

  • Washington Teaching Certification
  • At least 3 years of special education experience
  • Experience with Life Skills preferred
  • Available for the full school year

 
Salary is negotiable and based upon experience.
 
If you are a licensed Special Education Teacher who is interested in this wonderful opportunity, fill out an application below with an attached resume. Applicants can also send their interest and resume to Jennifer.Won@procaretherapy.com.
 
Jennifer Won
Director of Educational Resources
770-776-2086
 

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