Bilingual Special Education Teacher-Severe

Bilingual Special Education Teacher-Severe

Bilingual Special Education Teacher-Severe


Mental Health

Employment Type



San Francisco, California


Job Description:

Bilingual Special Education Teacher needed.   This is for Severe Behavioral and Learning Difficulties.   Must have successfully passed CBEST, CSET and RICA exams.   Bachelors degree as well as must have the special educational training credential or enrollment in a CA certified program meeting qualifications for provisional internship credential. Must be Bilingual.

This is a full-time position Monday through Friday,  8:00am to 4:30pm ,(Wednesdays instruction ends at 2:45pm).  



Responsibilities of the Bilingual Special Education Teacher:

  • Teach designated subjects and students within milieu by planning and implementing lesson plans in order to meet children's IEP goals and address academic standards
  • Mentor and guide paraprofessional staff in order to ensure they are carrying out the educational program as prescribed
  • Carry out all teacher IEP requirements for assigned caseload
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary milieu team in order to improve the program's educational services and contribute toward smooth interdisciplinary functioning of the milieu
  • Ensure necessary communication across campus and with parents/caregivers regarding educational issues and progress
  • Develop creative strategies to meet the educational needs of kids who are hard to teach (e.g. unmotivated; low skill level; disruptive behaviors; etc.)
  • Organize the teaching plan for students with a wide range of academic and cognitive skills.

Requirements of the Special Education Teacher:

  • Successfully passed CBEST, CSET, and RICA Exams
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Special Educational Teaching Credential (or enrollment in a CA certified program meeting qualifications for a provisional internship credential)
  • Minimum of 1 year experience working with students who have severe behavioral and learning difficulties or working as in Intern Teacher.
  • Must know physical assault response procedures
  • Must understand educational standards and have a strong repertoire of effective educational strategies.
  • Must be very familiar with learning disabilities and their impact on behavior, and be able to help others understand these issues.

Join a growing team of educators and enjoy the many perks of living in a vibrant city in California. Known for its iconic landmarks, diverse culture, and breathtaking views, San Francisco offers an incredible quality of life. Indulge in world-class cuisine, explore the Golden Gate Park, or take a stroll down the bustling Fisherman's Wharf. With its mild climate and proximity to stunning natural landscapes, you'll have endless opportunities for outdoor adventures such as hiking, biking, or simply enjoying a day at the beach.


If you are an experienced Special Education Teacher looking for an exciting role near San Francisco, CA, apply now to be part of a dynamic healthcare organization that values excellence, collaboration, and career growth.