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Special Education Teacher

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Special Education Teacher

Specialized Education

If you are adept at multi-tasking and embrace playing an integral role in changing the lives of the youth we want to talk to you! In pursuing this mission we are looking for a talented, energetic, innovative Special Education Teacher (LBS1).

*Allendale has recently increased the compensation rate for this position!*

Allendale offers a Student Loan Repayment Benefit for all employees hired as a full-time licensed LBS1 Teacher. This benefit offers up to $200/month, for up to five years OR a sign-on bonus of $2,500! ($1,250 payable upon hire, $1,250 payable upon 6 months of employment with the expectation of 1 year minimum employment with the Agency.)

This Position Will:

Provide individual and group special education instruction and therapeutic services within a self-contained classroom in a therapeutic day school setting. Class sizes are small with assigned teacher assistant. All new staff are provided a mentor, initial and ongoing training and professional development which includes REStArT and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) training

The Ideal Candidate Will Possess:

  1. Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education or related field.
  2. LBS1 License/Endorsement or Short Term Emergency License pursuing LBS1 Required.
  3. Knowledge of Special Education laws, rules and regulations Health Specialist


From $47,213.00/year, based on experience

Founded in 1897, The Allendale Association is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to excellence and innovation in the care, treatment, education and advocacy for children and youth with serious emotional, mental and behavioral health challenges.

Allendale’s Specialized Educational Services Program is designed and dedicated to help students advance their academic skills, build self-confidence and independence, and identify and reach personal goals through an individualized K-12 therapeutic day school program.

All staff are trained in the REStArT treatment model and work collaboratively as a team with each student and their family to support them in their educational and life goals.