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Early Childhood Special Educator (Live and Work in the Japan)

Company:
Sterling Medical Corporation
Location:
Las Vegas, NV
Post Date:
February 29, 2024
Job Status:
Contract
Description:

Sterling Medical is looking for an Early Childhood Special Educator ("ECSE") to work with the US Military in Sasebo, Japan


 


** MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH AGE GROUP: BIRTH TO THREE **


 


We Offer:


Great pay


Medical/Dental/Vison


PTO


Relocation assistance




Qualifications:



  1. Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education, or Psychology, Counseling, or Early Childhood Education Special Education, Educational Foundations and Counseling, Education and Learning Disabilities, Early Intervention and Family Support, Early Childhood Education Leadership, or similar degree, from an accredited college or university that prepares individuals to provide early intervention services pursuant to IDEA, and possess an appropriate certification in early intervention services issued by a recognized State or local authority.

  2. Shall have at least 2 years of direct ECSE experience within the last 5 years in IDEA related settings.

  3. Shall have a basic knowledge of developmental assessment, facilitation of child development, and theories and practices for serving young children with disabilities. It is highly preferred that candidates have experience with administration, scoring, and report writing with respect to any of the following assessment tools: Bayley Infant and Toddler Scales of Development, Developmental Assessment of Young Children, Hawaii Early Learning Profile, and Battelle Developmental Inventory or any other assessment tools utilized by a recognized state or local early intervention program in the US or an early intervention program administered in support of US beneficiaries overseas.


Term Through July 31, 2024


 


Duties



  • Preparing special education lesson plans

  • Provide individualized education programs to students

  • Provide special education to students with significant developmental needs

  • Develop and implement students' individualized education plans

  • Manage instructional programs for students with special needs

  • Coordinating the activities of all staff members that work with students in the classroom and for teaching students

  • Implement academic and behavioral plans for special education students

  • Maintain accurate student records and special education files for caseload of students

  • Provide direct instruction to students with disabilities

  • Provide special education to students with multiple developmental and/or medical needs

  • Teach in special education classrooms

  • Provide equal access to education for all of students

  • Work with students in program

  • Communicating and cooperating with other teachers regarding special education programs

  • Develop lesson plans and classroom learning activities

  • Work with elementary school age students with learning, emotional and behavioral disabilities in an 8:1:1 BOCES

  • Adapt or differentiate small group instruction for students with special needs

  • Supervise teacher assistants/ParaEducators supporting the instruction of students with disabilities

  • Oversee special education student services provided by contractual service providers

  • Providing educational services to children and adolescents in a special education full-time emotional support classroom


 


If interested in more details please respond with and updated resume and best time for me to reach out to you!


 


Thanks,


Chris Van De Grift


Recruiter/Staff Manager


Sterling Medical


O: (513) 984-1800 Ext 298


Fax: (513) 984-4909


Email: [email protected]


411 Oak St. Cincinnati, OH 45219

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Chris Van De Grift
Phone: 513-984-1800 EXT 298
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