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  • Special Education TeacherRio Bravo SDU(Central Valley, California)

    SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER/MILD TO MODERATE CLASS Rio Bravo-Greeley School District Full Time Must have appropriate credential Apply at 6521 Enos Lane 661-589-2696 www.rbgusd.k12.ca.us...
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    Posted Thu 21st August

  • Counselor (2 Positions)Kern Community College District(Central Valley, California)

    Kern Community College District Counselor (2 Positions) Under the direction of the Vice-President of Student Affairs, and the Dean of Student Development and Success, the Counselor provides academic, vocational, athletic, and career counseling to all students. S/he provides educational, vocational, athletic, career and guidance counseling to students in all educational programs and assists with co...
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    Posted Tue 15th July

  • TeachersBakersfield City School District(Central Valley, California)

    BAKERSFIELD CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT JOB OPPORTUNITIES DIRECTOR IV, FACILITIES $95,879 - $115,775 annually 223 days INTERPRETER FOR THE DEAF, 6 HR. $1,967 - $2,388 per month SCHOOL BUS DRIVER Eight hour equivalent: $2,530 - $3,076 per month (Prorated salary based on hrs worked) TEACHER, MULTIPLE SUBJECT K-5, 6th-8th GRADE TEACHER, SINGLE SUBJECT: ENGLISH, MATH, AND SCIENCE TEACHER, SPECIAL EDUCATION E...
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    Posted 3 days ago

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