School and Education Jobs in North Andover, Massachusetts

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Job Opening in the North Andover, MA area ~ Special Education Teacher
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National Hiring Managers have teamed up with a school district near North Andover, MA to find a passionate and experienced special education instructor to help impact the lives of an Elementary classroom for the entire 20-21 school year.  This job will be in a co-teaching model, working with a full range of disabilities.

Job Requirements:

  • MA SPED Certification

Job Schedule:

  • 37.5 Hours Weekly
  • Starting ASAP through End of School Year
  • Standard School Calendar Dates

To join one of the best school districts in the state and to be immediately considered for this job opportunity, please send your updated resume to haley.roth@sunbeltstaffing.com and call me at 813-448-1418.

Haley Roth
National Hiring Manager
Sunbelt Staffing
Haley.roth@sunbeltstaffing.com

Schools - Special Education Teacher Contract 1 day ago
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