• Early Intervention Specialist

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    Early Intervention - Special Education Teacher- Job in Pennsylvania


    Mediscan is actively recruiting for an experienced Early Intervention Teacher to fill a full-time position in Pennsylvania; will also consider part time candidates.   

    • This full time position will be working with Early Intervention; part time options are available as well.


    • The locations are just northeast of Philadelphia.


    • The qualified Teacher will provide Early Intervention services at preschools individually with children who have social, emotional or cognitive IEP goals.


    • Each lesson is average 30 minutes.


    • The caseload averages 6 to 8 children per day.


    • Looking for Assessment and IEP writing experience; K through 2nd grade preferred


    • This is an itinerant position; qualified candidate will travel to several locations


    • Must have current Special Education Certification and Pennsylvania license.


    Required Qualifications:

    • Pennsylvania State License
    • Special Education Certification

    For immediate consideration, APPLY NOW!

    Sherry Crews

    Special Education Staffing Specialist


    Mediscan Special Education Teachers are passionate about helping students to improve daily function which has a profound impact on a student’s ability to achieve academic success.  We place Special Education Teachers in Pediatric-based school positions throughout the country.  The majority of our positions are in public, private and charter schools, both full and part time.

    At Mediscan Staffing, you will notice the difference right away!  We listen! We care!

    Join the Mediscan Team today!  We listen and work diligently on your behalf!

    Compensation is based on Special Education Teaching experience.  If you are in a position to travel, we will cover all expenses for the entire school year!



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