"$3000 Sign on Bonus!"
"Bachelor's degree and ELIGIBILITY for Ga Teaching Certificate"
Laurel Heights Academy is looking for teachers! Laurel Heights Academy is a department of Laurel Heights Hospital, a residential treatment facility located in Atlanta, Georgia. Laurel Heights teachers are responsible for the day to day supervision of the classroom, including managing online curriculum, individualizing student education, direct social skills instruction, grade and attendance reporting, attending treatment team meetings, and more. Are you a creative problem-solver who enjoys finding individual solutions to help students succeed? Do you enjoy a small classroom where you can make a difference? Do you crave the support of administration in a supportive team environment? Laurel Heights is the place for you!
Laurel Heights Hospital is an intensive Residential Treatment/Acute and Autism Spectrum Disorders Program for children and adolescents. We serve and treat psychiatric and behavioral difficulties and co-occurring psychiatric issues. We provide a caring, therapeutic setting with various therapeutic modalities and applied behavior analysis services. Our classrooms are small, with support staff to assist with classroom management.
Teaching experience and Special Education certification preferred. Eligibility for GA teaching certificate required.
$3000 Sign-on Bonus
Full comprehensive benefits package offered to full-time employees including health, vision, dental, life, retirement, short-term/long-term disability, and supplemental insurance.
Employee assistance program and employee perks network included.
Full-time hours (40/week) guaranteed!
Middle School Girls Curriculum/ESE
High School Girls General Curriculum/ESE
Current Georgia State Teacher certification in Behavior Disorders/Interrelated or Adaptive preferred; knowledge of educational principles and methodology as applied to students with emotional and learning problems; assessment, time management and interpersonal skills; skills in applying a variety of instructional methodology with special populations; sound written and oral communication skills; records keeping skills; public speaking or presentation skills helpful; decision-making and problem solving skills. Employee must have a valid Georgia Driver's License. EOE.
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