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*Substitute Teacher - Special Education (Contra Costa County)

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3/7/2013
Marie Middleton
925-942-5344
Not Specified
Current year
Part Time
3/14/2013 11:00 PM Pacific
$110-$120 per day/$140 per day retired teacher
Date Posted:
3/7/2013
Application Deadline:
3/14/2013 11:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Part Time
Length of Work Year:
Current year
Salary:
$110-$120 per day/$140 per day retired teacher
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Not Specified
Contact: Marie Middleton Email: mmiddleton@cccoe.k12.ca.us Phone: 925-942-5344
Classrooms operated by Contra Costa County Office of Education
Approximately 6 to 6.5 hours per day. Substitutes work on-call and as needed when regular staff members are absent.
Classrooms operated by Contra Costa County Office of Education
Approximately 6 to 6.5 hours per day. Substitutes work on-call and as needed when regular staff members are absent.
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SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
Special Education & Court and Community School Programs

There is a CONTINUING NEED for qualified individuals to work in educational programs offered by the Contra Costa County Office of Education as substitute teachers when regular certificated staff is absent.

The educational programs provided by the Contra Costa County Office of Education primarily serve the needs of Severely, Multiply, and Emotionally Handicapped students. There is also a need for substitute teachers in our Court and Community School Program.

SCHEDULE
Substitute positions have flexible workdays, approximately 6 to 6.5 hours per day.

SALARY
Starting salary is $120 per day, with the opportunity to advance to $130 per day after completing 29 consecutive work assignments. Daily rate for retired teacher is $140 per day.

THE POSITION
Substitute Teachers, with the assistance of Instructional Assistants, must be capable of carrying out predetermined lesson plans and assisting with daily self-help skills.

Schools for students with special education needs offer a comprehensive learning environment while assisting the Severely Handicapped and Severely Multiply Handicapped students with daily self help skills and vocational skills where appropriate.

The Counseling and Education Program (C.E.P.), serving seriously Emotionally Disturbed students, stresses a highly structured behavior management system while emphasizing daily academic instruction. The C.E.P. also offers counseling services for every student.

The Contra Costa County Office of Education Court and Community School Program operates the educational programs at Juvenile Hall, in Martinez, and the Orin Allen Youth Rehabilitation Center in Byron. Golden Gate Community School has classrooms throughout Contra Costa County serving the educational needs of students who have been referred to the program.

QUALIFICATIONS
In order to substitute teach, you must hold a California credential or permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC).  There are various ways to apply for the permit, depending on your qualifications.
1. Valid non-emergency California teaching credential authorizing service at the elementary or secondary level;
OR
2. Valid Emergency 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit based on a baccalaureate degree and CBEST (California Basic Educational Skills Test);
OR
3. CBEST waiver (employing school district applies for this).

Candidates that need to apply for the 30-day Emergency Substitute Permit should visit www.ctc.ca.gov.

SPECIAL ADDITIONAL SKILLS
Individuals working in schools for Severely Handicapped students must have the ability to lift students ranging in weight from infants to young adults; and demonstrate a willingness to assist Severely Multiply Handicapped students with self-help skills as necessary.

Requirements for Applying

Applicants must have a valid 30-day Emergency Sub Permit or a California credential to be considered for an interview. Those wanting information on how to obtain a substitute permit should visit www.ctc.ca.gov.

      Requirements for Applying

      Applicants must have a valid 30-day Emergency Sub Permit or a California credential to be considered for an interview. Those wanting information on how to obtain a substitute permit should visit www.ctc.ca.gov.

          SPECIAL EDUCATION The Contra Costa County Office of Education provides a full range of services designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities throughout the county. Students, ranging in age from birth to age 22, include Severely Multiply Handicapped, Severely Handicapped, and Emotionally Disturbed. POSITION INFORMATION Substitute Teachers, with the support of Instructional Assistants, implement a comprehensive learning plan, including a highly structured behavior management system, while assisting the students with self-help, vocational, and academic skills, as necessary, when regular Teachers are absent. Please see additional information, including qualifications, on the detailed job description linked above.

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          Application Deadline: 3/14/2013 11:00 PM Pacific

          SPECIAL EDUCATION The Contra Costa County Office of Education provides a full range of services designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities throughout the county. Students, ranging in age from birth to age 22, include Severely Multiply Handicapped, Severely Handicapped, and Emotionally Disturbed. POSITION INFORMATION Substitute Teachers, with the support of Instructional Assistants, implement a comprehensive learning plan, including a highly structured behavior management system, while assisting the students with self-help, vocational, and academic skills, as necessary, when regular Teachers are absent. Please see additional information, including qualifications, on the detailed job description linked above.

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