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Early Childhood Special Educator (ECSE)
Live and Work Overseas!, GA
Posted 21 days ago
Sterling Medical is seeking Early Childhood Special Educators to provide services at a few of our U.S. Military Installations Overseas!
1) Ramstein Army Base in Germany
2) Bahrain Naval Base in Bahrain
3) Iwakuni Air Station in Japan
Period of Performance: Starting Fall 2019. 2 year commitments preferred
Hours: M-F Day Hours
Includes Medical, Dental, Disability, Prescription Coverage, Life and 401K with company match.
ECSE shall provide early childhood special education services (cognitive, motor, communication, social emotional, and adaptive enrichment/special instruction) to eligible infants/toddlers and families in the children's natural setting.
Shall have a Master’s degree, or at minimum a Bachelor’s degree, in Early Childhood Special Education, or Psychology, Counseling, or Early Childhood Education Special Education, Educational Foundations and Counseling, Education and Learning Disabilities, Early Intervention and Family Support, Early Childhood Education Leadership, or similar degree, from an accredited college or university that prepares individuals to provide early intervention services pursuant to IDEA, and possess an appropriate certification in early intervention services issued by a recognized State or local authority.
ECSE with a master’s degree or higher and shall have at least 2 years of direct ECSE experience within the last 5 years in IDEA related settings. Bachelor level candidates shall have at least three (3) consecutive years of direct experience during the past 5 years delivering EIS in natural settings.
Shall have a basic knowledge of developmental assessment, facilitation of child development, and theories and practices for serving young children with disabilities. It is highly preferred that candidates have experience with administration, scoring, and report writing with respect to any of the following assessment tools: Bayley Infant and Toddler Scales of Development, Developmental Assessment of Young Children, Hawaii Early Learning Profile, and Battelle Developmental Inventory or any other assessment tools utilized by a recognized state or local early intervention program in the US or an early intervention program administered in support of US beneficiaries overseas.