- Job Location:
San Francisco, CA
Schools - Adaptive Physical Education Teacher
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Adapted Physical Ed. Teacher (APE) - Full Time
ProCare Therapy is currently arranging interviews to hire a full-time Adapted P.E. Teacher for a position near San Francisco, CA. This position is open to local candidates as well as qualified Adapted PE Teachers interested in relocating for a contract assignment. This position is going to be with a K-8th grade caseload. We are seeking someone who can start within 1-2 weeks. This position will also renew for the 2018-2019 if the candidate is a good fit.
- Full time
- Contract for this year and 2018-2019 school year
- K-8 district
- Immediate start- Last Day June 1 2018
- APE Must have APE credential through CTC
Adapted Physical Education Teacher Job Duties:
- Teach physical education concepts and curriculum to students K-12th grade.
- Assess current gross and fine motor skills and a student’s fitness levels.
- Write goals, objectives, and current status for Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
- Schedule Adaptive Physical Education sessions within each district building as needed.
- Observe student's performance in physical education classes.
- Consult with general physical education teachers regarding identified needs in the general physical education classes.
- Work cooperatively with IEP team members in planning and implementing student plans
For immediate consideration e-mail your resume to me directly at
Senior Director of Educational Resources
Direct Line: 770-776-2106
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
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