New York City Bilingual Teacher Jobs (NY)

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  • Special Education Teacher/ Licensed Master Social WorkerTheracare(New York City, New York)

    Special Educator/ Licensed Masters Social Worker in Queens, NY (Bilingual in Spanish Preferred) Position Description: • Provide special education services to children from birth to three years old in the home and community settings through our Early Intervention (EI) program • Collaborate with the family and a multi-disciplinary team to develop goals and outcomes for children referred to our progr...
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    Posted Fri 8th May

  • Aba TeacherPersonal Touch Early Intervention Program(New York City, New York)

    ABA Teacher Personal Touch Home Care - Fresh Meadows, NY Description: Personal Touch Home Care Inc.’s Early Intervention Program (birth to three years old). Join our dynamic team in helping students with developmental disabilities birth to three years old develop to their fullest potential by promoting generalization of individually learned skills both in the home and out in the community. At Pers...
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    Posted Tue 12th May

  • Education/site SupervisorNorthside Center For Child Development, Inc.(New York City, New York)

    EDUCATION/SITE SUPERVISOR Northside Center for Child Development, Inc. has an immediate opening at the Susan Patricof Head Start Center in East Harlem, NY; the center is conveniently located near the 6 train. Education/Site Supervisor New York State Permanent Teacher Certification (N-6)/(B – 2nd); Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field Five or more years of experience managi...
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    Posted Yesterday

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