K-12th Grade Teacher of the Visually Impaired

  • Job Location: 

    Geneva, IL

  • Category: 

    Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    08/03/2018

We have a great opportunity for a Teacher of the Visually Impaired in the Geneva, IL area. This position is full time, working 37.5 hours per week working with K-12th grade students. This TVI will be working with 23 students at multiple school locations.
 
TVI Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform assessments to develop IEP's
  • Recommend appropriate evaluations and assessments
  • Modify instruction to differentiate for students
  • Participate in team assessments and meetings
  • Provide materials to assist with learning that is specific to student

TVI Minimum Requirements:

  • Certification for TVI
  • Experience working with multidisciplinary teams

Come partner with ProCare Therapy to learn more about this unique opportunity. I look forward to discussing the positions further. We are arranging interviews now.

For immediate consideration, send your resume directly to Ali Willems: 
 
Allison Pletzer Willems
Sr. Director of Educational Resources
allison.pletzer@procaretherapy.com

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