To apply professional expertise in early child development and special education (ages infant to 5 yrs) and work in cooperation with all other components (Direct Service Staff/Supervisors/Family Services, Health/Nutrition) in order to provide quality controls, training, services and compliance monitoring and classroom support in an inclusive, early childhood program.
Due to current budgets, 5 furlogh days will be required for this program year (ending July 31, 2013). This is a 50 week per year position.
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Professional expertise in specialty areas of Early Childhood Education/Development, Early Intervention and Early Childhood, Special Education Laws and Services, requires minimum of Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree (preferred) in relevant discipline, combined with a minimum least two years of advanced professional level experience, preferably in an early childhood education environment.
Advanced teaching or training skills.
Excellent oral and written communications skills.
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