The Schenck School, an independent day school for Kindergarten through Sixth Grade students with dyslexia located in Atlanta, Georgia, has a Long Term Substitute opening for a PE Teacher. The ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Health or comparable degree and must be certified or working on certification to teach in Georgia. Prior coursework or experience in the area of teaching students with disabilities or experience in the direct instruction of students with disabilities is preferred.
Applicants should have strong speaking and listening skills, demonstrate knowledge of appropriate progression of skills based on developmental milestones for children, be knowledgeable in all areas of physical education including health, nutrition, sports skills, cooperative games, movement, fitness, rhythm and the promotion of safe responsible personal and social behavior.
In addition to being knowledgeable about individual activities, the ideal candidate must be able to communicate and demonstrate skills properly, observe students, maintain discipline within the class, remediate skills as necessary and maintain positive and proactive relationships with teachers, administrators and parents.
The ideal candidate must demonstrate competency with basic computer skills, including internet functions. The physical demands of the position require the ideal candidate to be able to lift up to 30 pounds, reach, stoop and bend throughout each day.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and CV to Michele Santa Maria, Director of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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