SDCOE is recruiting for a Special Education Teacher - Infant/Toddler position for the HOPE Infant Family Support Program. The position will provide itinerant services to young children and their families in the North San Diego County area and will be based out of the North County Regional Education Center in San Marcos. Please note that the candidate for this position must be bilingual: fluent in Spanish and English.
The Special Education Teacher provides special instruction focused on promoting caregiver-child interactions within the context of everyday activities and routines as the foundation of effective early intervention for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities.
The Special Education Teacher is the primary service provider who meets with families regularly to collaborate on intervention strategies that address IFSP outcomes in the context of everyday routines. Along with the support of other team members, the Special Education Teacher assists the family to implement intervention strategies and meet the needs of their child. Duties are typically performed in a home setting and will work with young children with a variety of disabilities, birth to age three, and their families.
Applicants must create a profile and log in on www.edjoin.org; then apply to the specific posting found here: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1165549
Bilingual (Spanish) Required
Three years successful experience in early childhood programs for children with special needs
Experience with Infants and Toddlers (Birth to Age 3)
Valid California Driver's License
Proof of all required immunizations including current Measles and Pertussis vaccination
Additional Salary Information: Depending on placement on the Basic Teacher Compensation Plan. Benefits Eligible.
Internal Number: PAF 2330
About The San Diego County Office of Education
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) serves our county’s most vulnerable students, and supports school leaders, teachers, and students across the county. We support nearly 780? schools and more than 500,000 students, including the nearly 10,000 children we educate each year through our Juvenile Court and Community Schools. The SDCOE provides a variety of services for the 42 school districts, 124 charter schools, and five community college districts in the county.
The mission of the San Diego County Office of Education is inspiring and leading innovation in education.
Collaborate with school, industry, and community leaders to address countywide educational issues
Organize and facilitate professional learning opportunities
Provide financial oversight for school districts
Develop countywide technology initiatives
Support teachers and administrators as they earn and register credentials
Coordinate regional services for special populations of students
Support school districts with their Local Control and Accountability Plans
Process paychecks for school employees throughout the county
Provide internet connectivity to school dist...ricts
Coordinate countywide student-safety and emergency-preparation programs
Complete background checks and fingerprinting for school employees
Operate countywide outdoor education programs
We directly serve students from birth to age 22, including those who:
Need special physical or emotional support
Have been expelled from their school districts
Are detained at a juvenile detention facility
Are in foster care
Are experiencing homelessness
Are from migrant families
Are pregnant or parenting
Are in drug-treatment programs
The San Diego County Office of Education was created in 1948 to support schools throughout the county with business, curricular, and other services.
Originally, the San Diego County Board of Education was appointed by the County Board of Supervisors. In 1949, voters here picked the firs?t elected county board of education in the state. At the time, the county had 91,225 students and 68 school districts.