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Location: Bowling Green, KY Category: Staff Posted On: Mon Dec 9 2019 Job Description:
To provide education for preschool aged children during Big Red School as well as implementation of individualized goals utilizing evidence based strategies and techniques for children with special needs. This is a grant funded full-time position. Continuation is dependent upon funding/need.
Knowledge and Skills Considered Essential for Success:
Knowledgeable of developmentally appropriate practice
Knowledgeable of evidence based strategies for use with individuals on the autism spectrum
Good rapport with children and families
Responsible and trustworthy
Bachelors Degree in early childhood related field and one year experience with developmental disabilities*.
*revised years of experience from two to one.(1-16-20)
Salary Grade: 107 Salary Range: $30,000- $35,000
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