Substitute Intervention Specialist High School Only- Columbus, OH

  • Job Location: 

    Columbus, OH

  • Category: 

    Schools - Special Education Teacher

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A school in the Columbus, OH area is seeking an Intervention Specialist to work full time with students in an alternative school program. The position is with students ages 16-22 (high school only) working with a small class size. The Intervention Specialist is need to help with intervention and have experience with drop out populations. This Columbus,OH Intervention Specialist position is a substitute position until the end of the current school year, and has the option to extend for the upcoming school year. The Special Education Teacher will be paid weekly every Friday and have the option for medical insurance benefits. 

To apply: Submit an application below or send a resume directly to Rebecca McFall at


  • full time
  • 1 school site
  • high school only in alternative school
  • small class size
  • onsite support available
  • weekly pay 
  • immediate start
  • medical insurance benefits available

Work Schedule:

  • 37.5 hours per week (up to 40)
  • Monday- Friday 


  • Must have Ohio Intervention Specialist Certification

Rebecca McFall 
Sr. Director of Educational Resources 


Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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