Early Childhood Special Education Teacher-Part-time/long term sub

Type of Employment: 
Certified
Part Time
Salary Range: 
DOE
Start Date: 
1/2/2018
Open Until Filled?: 
Yes
Licensure and/or Certifications Required: 
Must hold or be eligible to obtain an Oregon TSPC license. Must have a valid driver license, Must pass criminal background & fingerprint check.
Age Range/Instructional Level : 
Birth to Age 5
Job Description: 

The successful candidate will have knowledge or experience of early child development and developmental disabilities.    Ability to follow oral and written directions, including intervention plans.  Ability to work with children individually and in groups.  Ability to interact appropriately with others involved in the child’s program, including the teacher, parent and other personnel.  Possess analytical skills necessary to identify and report changes in the student or equipment. Flexibility and adaptability, as the job combines direct intervention, classroom work, equipment/materials maintenance and clerical responsibilities.  Ability to pay close attention to visual and auditory detail.  Ability to learn, understand and communicate effectively in both verbal and written form. Ability to follow oral and written directions, and follow-through on requests with minimal direction.  Ability to use standard computer software, spreadsheet/database, and e-mail programs and web browsers.  

Application Materials Needed: 
A completed and signed Oregon Statewide Teacher Application Form (EdZapp applications are also accepted); A current resume; Three (3) letters of recommendation, A copy of transcripts (may be unofficial); Copy of current teaching license. For a copy of the application please go to our website www.malesd.k12.or.us/employment
Contact Name: 
Teresa Jones
Contact Title: 
SpEd Director
Contact Phone: 
541-473-4825
Contact Email: 
teresa.jones@malesd.k12.or.us
District: 
Malheur Education Service District

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