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There are 2 parts to this question. If you are applying to a position and are a fit, it is a quick process and can get you started within 1-2 weeks. If you are not a match for a position for any reason, it depends on where you want to be located and what caseload you are looking for in order to find you the perfect fit.

After you have received an offer for a position, it typically takes our candidates 1 week (5 business days) to go through our credentials process to include things like- License/Credential verification, TB test, livescan, drug test, and electronic documents. After being cleared you can start!

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We try to place individuals in positions where they are a good fit as it relates to location, pay, and job duties. Therefore we try to minimize the feeling of leaving StaffRehab from the start! If you do not like the specific position you are placed in, we do our best to find you an alternative opportunity.

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Work hours can vary by each position! We work with our clients needs as well as the schedule constraints on our clinicians. Hours may range from 1 hour per week up to 40 hours per week! We welcome and are able to accommodate all preferences!

All hours are guaranteed in writing before the start of the assignment so all parties are on the same page. Those needing a flexible work schedule are welcome to apply!

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StaffRehab is positioned to have a great future! We have been in business for 8 years now. We have grown exponentially year or year and do not have any plans of slowing down! We are excited to see what the future holds!

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We take pride in the work that we do and strive for excellence. As internal employees we know we are placing the very best candidates that provide specialized services to those in special education. This in turn helps not only the students, but their families and teachers as well. We've built a respected reputation in the special education space that we hope our contracted employees feel as they work for StaffRehab and beyond.

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We try to move as quickly as possible in placing candidates into new positions. Once you have connected with StaffRehab, we run through all of the details with you to ensure you are a fit for the position and indeed interested. We then work on setting you up for an interview directly with the district. We do our very best to make sure you are all prepped and ready for the interview by answering any and all concerns. It depends on the position but can take anywhere between a few days to a few weeks to complete all of these steps.

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We'd love for everyone to be excited about going to their job every day. Not only working with great employees but being placed in a position that is a good fit for them. This includes a great commute, a good team to work with, and a caseload that aligns with your strengths.

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A special education teacher needs to have an active teaching credential in the state they wish to work, so a mild to moderate credential works! Most often times a special education teacher also has a master's degree as well. - StaffRehab

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I believe health benefits are covered if you’re full time. I’m not really sure.

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Unfortunately we do not have positions for BCaBAs at this time. We only staff for BCBAs.
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