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Special Education Teacher Needed Near Oxford, North Carolina (Full-Time)

Job Description:
Soliant is working with a school district near Oxford, North Carolina who is accepting candidates to fill their need of a full time Special Education Teacher to work with intellectually and other moderately disabled students for the school.
The Special Education teacher will be working with high school students in a self-contained classroom setting and will be serving until the end of the school year.
The teacher will also have paraprofessional support in the classroom.
The school is looking for someone to start as soon as possible so apply today to be considered! Job Description:
Full Time position (37.
5 hours/week) Will be covering until end of school year Students have intellectual disabilities as well as other moderate disabilities Self-contained setting High school grade Caseload 8 students on caseload Will have support from paraprofessional in classroom Will be covering one school Weekly Pay Requirements include: Valid Special Education teaching certification from the North Carolina Department of Education Must be willing to commute or relocate to the Oxford, North Carolina area The school district is located in a great area with it only being an hour drive from both Raleigh, NC and Durham, NC.
The director has also spoke on the students saying the students are a wonderful group that enjoys coming to school every day.
Only candidates who have requirements will be considered.
The school is currently accepting candidates to work.
If interested, send an updated resume to Marcelle.
Jones@Soliant.
com and call (770) 776-2083 after applying.
Apply Now Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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