The Department of Special Education lists potential employment opportunities for our students in a variety of settings. We are not responsible for the accuracy or content of the job description. Applicants are encouraged to follow procedures listed in the job advertisements. Please do not contact the department for information but rather the contacts listed for the application process, any inquiries, or additional information.
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ECSE SPED Teacher Position:
Our program is a partnership between six small school districts in Santa Rosa. We serve students age 3 through 6th grade. We currently have 5 special day PK classes and two Preschool Speech Programs.
We would appreciate your help in sharing this information and the edjoin link with future SFU graduates.https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/1015155
Seeking Part Time Nanny:
Fluent Spanish speakers highly encouraged to apply. We are a fire fighter family in the Sunset District seeking a caretaker for an infant. This is a part time position, 7-10 days per month. Due to the nature of an irregular fire department schedule, days will change from week to week. Though, we can let you know what days are needed a month in advance. We are particularly looking for a caretaker who is a mom and who would also like to bring her infant with her. This would work well for a grad student who may not necessarily be in the classroom at particular times but is still accomplishing course work or intern hours. Please contact Sara at email@example.com with a description of yourself and history caring for babies.
Sylvan Learning needs Part-Time Tutors!
If interested, stop by our Center at 379 West Portal, give us a call at 415-681-7323 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brisbane School District need of a resource specialist at one of our elementary schools. Teacher meetings start Monday and the children start school on Thursday. This is a great opportunity for students looking for work and resume experience.
Apply through EDJOIN
Alameda Unified Scool District have openings in Preschool Special Education, Mild/Moderate Classes, Mod/Severe classes, and some counseling enriched classrooms. I have included the job description in this email. Contact Jill Drexel, Program Manager, NPS & Preschool, Alameda Unified School District, Phone: (510) 337-7128
We are looking for an aide/friend/guide to the world for our son, Oscar, who is a very kind-hearted autistic 16-year old. Contact Amy Bomse (415) 215-1785, email: email@example.com
2 shifts are available: Morning 7am-8:30am to help him get dressed, have breakfast and get on the bus to school.
Afternoons from 3:30pm (Thursdays 1.30pm) when he returns from school, until approximately 7pm in the evening; sometimes a bit later, sometimes a bit earlier, and to everyone’s mutual convenience. We are open to hiring different people for the morning and afternoons.
Mission Graduates is seeking support from college students this semester through volunteer positions, unpaid internships, and paid positions with our K-12 programming in the Mission District.
Volunteer Positions and Internships: Mission Graduates loves to work with students through service learning classes and out of class time internships. Open volunteer roles and internships can be found here: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org2819.jsp
Paid Positions: MG is also hiring for the 2018-2019 school year. Open positions can be found here: https://www.missiongraduates.org/about/employment/
Job opening: part-time after-school aide/recreation assistant for a 5th-grade boy with Down syndrome in East Bay
We are seeking a friendly, reliable person who has a genuine interest in disability and inclusive education to act as an aide to an 11-year old boy with Down syndrome at a UC Village after-school program in Albany (near Berkeley). Zachary is an enthusiastic, kind, and hard-working boy with a sturdy sense of humor. He is fully included in a general education classroom during the school day. This fall, he will be attending a new aftercare program at UC Village (affiliated with UC Berkeley), a project-based S.T.E.A.M.S. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math and Service) enrichment program that is primarily aimed at serving typically developing K to 5th graders. Zachary is a eager to learn: he primarily needs an aide to help him to gain confidence within the program’s structure and negotiate transitions, novel situations, and learning challenges.
Position begins August 28.
Hours are M-F 3-6:30. (Hours are somewhat flexible, e.g. a M/W/F or T/H schedule is possible to accommodate students’ class schedules)
$14-16/hour, depending on experience (Zachary’s aide is provided through a local social service agency)
Applicants must be 18 years or older
Please contact Julie Paulson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.