ESE Teacher


Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Completes a developmental assessment for each student within six weeks of enrollment and annually thereafter.

  • Develops an Individual Education Plan (IEP) for each student annually.

  • Participates in the initial IEP staffing and each annual review.

  • Works with students both individually and in small groups on individual program goals.

  • Implements physical, occupational, and speech therapy programs within the classroom.

  • Writes daily lesson plans.

  • Completes quarterly progress reports for each student and sends copies to the family.

  • Communicates regularly with parents/guardians and records on Parent/Agency contact form.

  • Assists and trains assistant teachers in implementing programs.

  • Carries out toilet training programs.

  • Assists children in tooth brushing, hand washing, and dressing skills.

  • Completes annual reviews and quarterly incentives for teacher assistants and submits to Preschool Director for review/approval.

Education and Work Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education from an accredited college or university with a valid Florida teaching certificate; ESE/early childhood education, preferred or have the ability to obtain a statement of eligibility in any subject area.

  • One (1) year of teaching experience.

  • Previous supervisory experience.

  • Must be able to read, write, and speak effectively in English.

  • Ability to handle multiple priorities.

  • Must be able to maintain professional and cooperative relationships with parents, colleagues, and other professionals.

  • Excellent administrative, clerical, and organizational skills.

  • Effective problem-solving, reasoning, and critical thinking skills.

  • Must pass a Level II background check, a pre-employment physical and a drug screen and PPD

Typical Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully.

  • Performs tasks requiring bending, lifting, squatting, and physical exertion of upper and lower body muscles.

  • Performs multiple and/or continuous lifts and/or transfers of up to 50 pounds in a safe and appropriate manner utilizing standard orientation techniques for up to six (6) hours a day.

  • Must be able to handle the stress of working with non-verbal, non-ambulatory clients who need assistance with most aspects of activities of daily living



Working Conditions: Primary duties are in an office/preschool environment with moderate noise levels.


Salary: $36,000 - $38,000

Benefits for FT employees:

  • Health Insurance, Dental, and Vision

  • 403b Retirement Plan with matching and vesting options.

  • 5 weeks of Paid Time Off per school year

  • Paid recognized holidays

After completing your application, email it to to have your application reviewed and submitted to the appropriate department.

Ann Storck Center

1790 SW 43rd Way
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317

954 584-8000

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