Special Education School Teacher Summer Opportunity Antioch, IL

Antioch, IL
Sunbelt Schools - Special Education Teacher Contract 2 days ago Apply

Special Education School Teacher Summer Opportunity – Antioch, IL
A school district in the Antioch, IL is seeking a Special Education School Teacher to fill an open part-time need. This district needs someone who can start early June and fulfill and summertime caseload. Jump right in and lead their students with quality aids and services for the summer months with an opportunity to return for the full 23/24 school year. Work with a school district that supports its teachers and students!


  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in general education or related fields
  • Must have a valid IL Special Education License (LBS I or LBS II)
  • Must have IL PEL Certification
  • Previous Special Education Teaching experience preferred but not required.
  • Pass a Drug screening and background check.

Job Specifics:

  • Part-time, onsite Monday – Thursday, 20hrs/wk, Mornings only
  • Caseload, mild to moderate, K-8th grade.
  • Further caseload details will be discussed in interview and placement will be based off experience.

Compensation/Why Sunbelt?

  • Competitive pay package and weekly pay
  • Interview assistance and support!
  • Full benefits package available, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k
  • Work directly with a recruiter that advocates for you!

How to Apply:
If you or someone you know is looking for a Special Education School Teacher Summer opportunity in the Antioch, IL area, please send your most updated resume directly to [email protected]

Andrew Bine
Senior National Hiring Manager
[email protected] | (813) 219-1092

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