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SERESC is always seeking exceptional education and clinical consultants who inspire innovation and excellence and can make a difference in the lives of children, their families and educators.

Applicants should email a cover letter and resume detailing relevant experience and interest in the position to Liz Keliher, Director of Programming, or mail to her attention at SERESC, 165 South River Road, Unit F, Bedford, NH 03110.

 

SERESC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Special Educator

Part-or Full-Time, Employee or Independent Contractor

About SERESC:

SERESC is a non-profit education organization located in Bedford, NH. SERESC’s consultants provide direct services, systems improvement, and technical assistance to New Hampshire public schools, students, and families in the following areas: School Psychology, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy, Special Education, Vision and Hearing Services, Systems Support, and After School Programs.

 

Qualifications:

  • State of New Hampshire certification in Special Education or be qualified to obtain.  Must be able and willing to serve students on-site in NH school districts, as well as remotely.

  • Master’s degree in Special Education from accredited university

 

Job Description:

  • Design and carry out developmentally appropriate and differentiated instruction as warranted by IEP goals with appropriate accommodations.

  • Implement behavior and incentive plans and maintain data to support children’s behavior and social emotional needs.

  • Guide classroom support staff in implementing activities that support student goals and other areas of need and in collecting data. 

  • Provide direct individual and/or group instruction through inclusion and/or resource models

  • Conduct thorough academic evaluations, developmental assessments, and/or progress monitoring necessary for quarterly progress reports, annual assessment and re-evaluations.

  • Support the transition of students within the classroom and building by using positive behavior supports, visuals, and developmentally appropriate interventions.

  • Implement appropriate instructional strategies established in children’s treatment plans, IEPs, and individual support plans.

Skill Set:  

  • Communicator /listener

  • Collaborator

  • Problem solver

  • Processor

  • Synthesizer

  • Patience

  • Sense of humor

Benefits Available To Qualified Employees:   

  • Competitive pay range with mileage reimbursement

  • Life, dental, medical insurance, and retirement plans available 

  • Flexible hours, dependent on school district needs

  • Professional Development

 

Hiring Process: 

Please submit a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, a current resume, and names/contact information of three references by email to: 

 

Liz Keliher

Director of Professional Services

lkeliher@seresc.net   

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Teacher of Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Orientation & Mobility Specialists

Part-time position and full-time positions available

Teacher of the Visually Impaired:

Responsible for providing direct instruction to students with visual impairments in public schools, pre-school through secondary. The teacher will work in collaboration with school district personnel and SERESC colleagues to meet student needs as outlined in Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) or 504 Plans. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: direct instruction, assessment, file review, attending IEP/504 meetings, staff training, consultation with other service providers and educators, assistive technology, low vision aids, maintenance of student records, progress monitoring, and communication with families.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 5 or more years of experience in the field of Blind and Visual Impairment

  • Hold State of New Hampshire certification in Blind and Visually Impaired or ability to obtain

  • Hold degree(s) from accredited university

 

SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience

Orientation and Mobility Specialist:

  • Responsible to provide direct, specialized instruction and consultative services as they apply to developmental and compensatory skills using an itinerant model.

  • Teach and/or modify content based on appropriate curriculum.

  • Serve as a resource for training and consultation to schools, families, and community as it relates to students.

  • Perform orientation and mobility evaluations that focus on long and short-term student needs.    

  • Contribute to the development of the student's IEP, particularly in regard to vision needs.

  • Conduct Functional Vision Assessments as they relate to independent travel.

  • Evaluate student progress on a regular basis and obtain/recommend materials and equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 1 or more years of experience in the field of Orientation & Mobility

  • Hold or be eligible for certification in O&M

  • Hold a Master's degree(s) from accredited university

 

SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience

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Teacher of Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Part-time position, year-round potential

 

Responsible for providing direct instruction and consultative services to deaf or hard-of-hearing students in public schools, pre-school through secondary. The Teacher of the Deaf will work in collaboration with school district personnel and SERESC colleagues to meet student needs as outlined in Individualized Education Plans (IEP’s) and 504 Plans. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: direct instruction, assessment, file reviews, attending IEP/504 meetings, consultation with other service providers and educators, provision of staff training, equipment recommendations and maintenance, assistive technology, maintenance of student records, progress monitoring, and communication with families.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 5 or more years of experience in the field of Deaf Education

  • Hold NH certificate of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, or ability to obtain

  • Hold degree(s) from accredited university

 

SALARY: commensurate with education and experience

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School Based Psychology Consultant

Full & Part-Time Positions Available

School psychology/psychology consultants will provide direct services to school districts or other related organizations in NH (and other states when appropriate through consultant’s certification or license). Services are paid for through a contract between SERESC and the school district. 

The consultant’s scope of practice is guided by the limits of their credential and/or license and the ethical standards and practice guidelines of their professional association. This can include, but is not limited to, psychoeducational evaluation of students, behavioral supports and services, school and district wide consulting, and professional development services. School psychology consultants will work with students with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, Autism, behavioral and emotional disorders, medical disorders, other low incidence disabilities, and giftedness.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Graduate level degree (i.e. MA, CAGS, PhD, or EdD) in school psychology or related field and NH Education Department (NHED) credential of School Psychologist or Associate School Psychologist and/or OPLC Board of Psychology licensure in NH as a Psychologist. OPLC Board of Psychology Licensure as a school psychologist and National Certification as a School Psychologist (NCSP) preferred.

SALARY: commensurate with education and experience

HIRING PROCESS: 

Please submit a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, a current resume, and names/contact information of three references by email to: 

 

Liz Keliher

Director of Professional Services

lkeliher@seresc.net   

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