Southwest Human Development

Early Childhood Inclusion Coach- Special Education

US-AZ-COCONINO COUNTY
4 weeks ago(11/20/2017 5:57 PM)
ID
2017-1376
Job Code
04-05261
# of Openings
9
Category
Education

Overview

Our Services for Children with Disabilities department is seeking a Coach for our Early Care and Education Inclusion Program. 

Funding for this position is provided through First Things First.

Responsibilities

Early Childhood Inclusion Coach – Special Education: The Inclusion Coach will provide onsite consultation and coaching to increase the capacity of early education programs to include and serve young children with special health and/or developmental needs as part of a quality improvement team.  To promote effective inclusive practices, the comprehensive model of service delivery provides on-going professional development, on-site technical assistance, and a variety of staff supports based on the needs of each childcare or preschool program on the coach’s caseload.

 

Hours avaliable for this positon range from 20-32 per week.

 

 

 

 

Qualifications

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related field and minimum two years experience in Early Intervention or Early Childhood Special Education required.

 

Experience working with young children with disabilities in inclusive settings required.

 

Experience in providing teaching/coaching to other providers.

 

Valid Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card OR must qualify for a valid Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card.

 

 

 

Position offered at full-time has an excellent benefits package as noted below.  Southwest Human Development is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Benefits:

 

 

Southwest Human Development offers an excellent benefits package for full-time employment to include:

Health insurance

Dental insurance

Life insurance

Vision insurance

Employee Assistance Program

Flexible spending account

401(k) retirement plan

Paid vacation

Paid sick time

Paid holiday

Ongoing training and professional development

Supportive, relationship-based supervision model

 

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