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Special Education Teacher- Early Childhood

Curative Care Network Inc
Milwaukee, WI
  • Expired: September 22, 2022. Applications are no longer accepted.

Love where you work! Are you searching for a career at a place where you look forward to each day's challenges and rewards? At Curative Care, you can be part of a team of excited individuals making a real difference in family's lives. We offer fantastic benefits, a flexible schedule, and a great, fully immersive training program.

The Special Education Teacher provides Special Instruction Services, either directly or on a consultation basis, to children with special needs, their families, and caregivers in a variety of settings. Supports the families and/or caregivers to be an integral part of their child's Birth to Three Program. Performs evaluations of children aged 0-3 in their home. Plans, develops and implements educational programs. Maintains written and verbal communication involving persons served with all appropriate staff members. Collaborate as a team member when participating in the screening, evaluation and IFSP process. Work with all early intervention staff under a Primary Provider Approach with an emphasis on Coaching as a strategy. Promoting provision of services that are relationship-based, family centered, collaborative and based on enhancing family strengths to support family functioning which increases each child's opportunities to achieve his/her maximum developmental potential.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Requires Bachelor's Degree in Special Education or Early Childhood Education (Exceptional Educational Needs). Visual and Hearing Impairment Degrees also accepted.
  • DPI 808, 809, or Vision 803/Hearing 805 license required. A valid Wisconsin driver's license, reliable transportation and car insurance are required.

The Early Intervention Specialist - Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing early intervention services to children in the environment in which the child naturally spends his/her day. The teacher will address all areas of development and base his/her treatment activities on the goals written by the parents and stated on the IFSP. The teacher is also responsible to help support the families through the birth to three process. The Special Education Teacher reports directly to the Director of Birth to Three programming.

Work as a team member when participating in the screening, evaluation and IFSP process. Work with all early intervention staff under a Primary Provider Approach with an emphasis on Coaching as a strategy to promote provision of services that are relationship-based, family centered, collaborative and based on enhancing family strengths to support family functioning which increases each child's opportunities to achieve his/her maximum developmental potential.

Provide Special Instruction Services, either directly or on a consultation basis, to children with special needs, their families, and caregivers in a variety of settings. Support the families and/or caregivers to be an integral part of their child's Birth to Three Program.

Job Type: Full-time

Curative Care Network Inc

Address

Milwaukee, WI
USA

Industry

Education

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