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Long-Term Substitute Teacher - Bachelor's Degree General Responsibilities The Long-Term Substitute Teacher is responsible for providing day-to-day coverage of classrooms, in the absence of a Certified Special Educator, and for ensuring the continuity of educational instruction to assigned students within a classroom. The Long-Term Substitute Teacher will provide day-to-day supervision and feedback to classroom staff in regards to ongoing implementation of the IEP and BSP for each student. Long-Term Substitute Teachers are expected to implement and model highly technical clinical and teaching programs that require staff to be constantly alert and ready to respond to student's needs. Students served may exhibit aggressive and/or self-injurious behavior. Long-Term Substitute Teachers may be asked to assist with assessments or program development, commensurate with their training and experience. Long-Term Substitute Teachers may also be asked to assist with formal staff appraisals and/or corrective action, with assistance and support from the Behavior Analyst, Assistant Director or Director. Basic Qualifications Education/Training: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Human Service Field or Psychology. Enrollment in a state-approved teacher preparation/ certification program in Special Education required, and completes the required number of credits each semester leading towards a minimum of Level I Teacher Certification. Eligibility for PDE-issued Emergency Permit required. Certifications/Licensure: Eligibility for Emergency Permit by the Pennsylvania Department of Education required. A valid US driver's license and a minimum age of twenty-one (21) years old. Must be capable of attaining approved Melmark driver status. Successful completion of employer provided certification in CPR, First Aid and Crisis Intervention. Skill(s): Strong teaching and interpersonal skills, with emphasis on students who are emotionally, behaviorally, physically and/or developmentally challenged. Experience or interest in the principles and application of Applied Behavior Analysis. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows Operating System.Experience: Prefer at least one year experience working in a classroom setting with specialized populations.Melmark
Berwyn 
14 days ago
Special Education Teacher - Bachelor's Degree Teaching Required Prior experience required General Responsibilities The Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing educational instruction to assigned students in a structured classroom environment designed to promote intellectual, emotional and social growth. He or she will develop teaching plans that are appropriate to the ages and populations served, specifically children and adolescents (ages 5-21 years) with emotional, developmental and/or behavioral needs. The teacher position requires that staff be aware that students who are served may exhibit aggressive and/or self-injurious behavior. Students served may have had multiple treatment failures prior to this placement. Teachers are expected to implement highly technical clinical and teaching programs that require teachers to be constantly and ready to respond to student's needs. Special Education Teachers are responsible for the development and implementation of all academic programming, as well as clinical programming, of all assigned students. Basic Qualifications Education/Training: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Human Service Field or Psychology and must be eligible for emergency certification (BA and enrolled in 9 credits per year toward certification).Certifications/Licensure: Special Education certification issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. A valid US driver's license and a minimum age of twenty-one (21) years old. Must be capable of attaining approved Melmark driver status. Successful completion of employer provided certification in CPR, First Aid and Crisis Intervention.Skill(s): Strong teaching skills with emphasis on students who are emotionally, behaviorally, physically and/or developmentally challenged. Experience or interest in the principles and application of Applied Behavior Analysis. Strong interpersonal skills are required. The ability to train and supervise peers and ABA Counselors while working within the classroom setting. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows Operating System.Experience: Prefer at least one to two (1-2) years experience with specialized populations. Below are also some of the benefits of working at Melmark as a Special Education Teacher. Position Opportunities:· Opportunity to observe and/or participate in functional behavior assessments, functional analyses, bi-weekly academic and clinical reviews, and clinical case management.· Eligible to take our 6-course, BACB-approved graduate sequence through Temple University, which satisfy the coursework requirements to become a BCBA. Melmark staff may also receive the required 1500 supervision hours, at no cost to the employee.· Participation in applied research conducted at Melmark. Our faculty and staff routinely present at regional and national professional conferences. Staff preparing for or taking graduate courses may be able to conduct their own research projects at Melmark.· Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, including tuition reimbursement. Opportunities are available for full tuition remission for the graduate course sequence in ABA through Temple.· Ongoing educational and professional development opportunities, including nationally-recognized guest speakers, monthly research meetings and BCBA CEU events.· Eligibility for advancement and performance-based merit raises. Follow Melmark on LinkedIn! "Like" Melmark's Facebook Page! IND123Melmark
Berwyn 
14 days ago