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LEAD TEACHER / Westbrook Preschool

February 09, 2015 - February 28, 2015
Location:Westbrook, ME
Salary Range:Hourly Wage
Exempt/Non-Exempt:Non-Exempt
Benefits:Woodfords Family Services is able to provide Health, Dental, Life, Short-Term Disability, and Long-Term-Disability insurance for our eligible employees. Time–off benefits and 10 paid holidays are also included. Employees can elect voluntary insurance (Accident, Critical, Whole Life, Supplemental Disability, Cancer and Health) as well. Woodfords offers an annuity, with an employer match of up to 1% after two years of employment.
Employment Type:Full Time
Department:Early Childhood Services - Westbrook
Description:About Woodfords
Woodfords Family Services has been committed to the support and inclusion of people with special needs and their families since 1967. A leader in the provision of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities and intellectual disabilities, Woodfords offers programs to help children, youth and adults reach their goals and achieve their highest potential.
When you join Woodfords Family Services, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs. Apply today to find out why more than 400 people across Maine call Woodfords their professional home!

The Lead Teacher is responsible for working with the Clinical Director in guiding children toward the fulfillment of their potential for cognitive, social and emotional growth and maturation
Duties:Ability to work a year-round, Monday-Friday 8:00 am ? 4:00 pm schedule, with some flexibility
·Valid driver?s license
·Desire to work with children and families as one of a team of teachers
·Skills to work with lead teacher to implement preschool curricula and activities
.A positive attitude, high energy level and creativity
·Willingness to learn and apply specific educational methods and techniques
·Good documentation skills
·Willingness to learn and apply specific educational methods and techniques
·Good documentation skills
Qualifications:1.A minimum of a Bachelors Degree, in special education, early childhood or a related field.
2.A minimum of an Ed. Teach III Certificate; and a conditional or full 282 Certification; full 282 certification preferred, from the Maine Department of Education; as well as Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) certification.
3.A minimum of two years experience and the desire to work with children with special needs.
4.Training and experience implementing Applied Behavior Analysis procedures in educational settings.


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