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Occupational Therapist
AOS 93
Opening: Full Time Occupational Therapist for Bristol, South Bristol, and Nobleboro Schools
JOB GOAL/PRIMARY PURPOSE: To enable children with disabilities to access their education.
Evaluate fine motor, visual perceptual, functional and sensory motor skills as they relate to the educational setting.
Plan and implement therapy programs for children with a variety of developmental, fine motor, functional, muscle skeletal, and sensory motor impairments.
Collaborate with teachers, parents and staff.
Maintain appropriate licensing as an Occupational Therapist
Attend regularly scheduled meetings with colleagues.
Prepare written reports, maintain progress reports, rate goals, and attend and participate in IEP team meetings.
Maintains records/files documenting referral, assessment, recommendations, and therapy notes.
Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Director of Special Services or Building Principal.
Masters Degree in occupational therapy from a college with an accredited occupational therapy program.
National certification (NCBOT).
State of Maine Licensure.
Hold a valid State of Maine Criminal History Records Check Approval.
Public School experience preferred.
Knowledge of developmental, orthopedic, and neurological disorders.
Knowledge of sensory-based theories, tools, and strategies.
Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
Experience with administration and scoring of standardized tests.
Please apply to Kelly Stokes, , Director of Special Services, AOS 93, 767 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543
Please include the following information for your inquiry :
Please submit an cover letter, three letters of recommendation, certification, CHRC, an AOS 93 non-teaching application, and a resume to: Kelly Stokes, , Director of Special Services, AOS 93, 767 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543
Special Education Behavior
AOS 93
Special Education Teacher

Location: Bristol Consolidated School, Pemaquid, ME

Date Position Available: Fall 2023


The successful candidate must have a ME Teacher Certificate with a 282 Endorsement.


Come join our team of collaborative educators!

This position is responsible for teaching students with emotional and behavioral needs in a team environment. Students are in both regular education and special education classrooms for parts of their day. Educational technicians are a critical part of this team and support students in all settings as needed.

The successful candidate will be able to:

Create and implement IEPs
Execute positive behavior support plans
Collect behavioral and academic data
Complete required paperwork in a timely manner
Supervise educational technicians
Collaborate with classroom teachers to develop and adapt curriculum
Provide specially designed instruction to students in the core curriculum when needed
Participate in Safety Care Training
To apply:

All interested candidates must submit a completed AOS 93 teaching application, cover letter, resume, transcripts, three current letters of reference, and a copy of DOE teaching certificate(s) to:

Ms. Jennifer Ribeiro
Bristol Consolidated School
2153 Bristol Road
Pemaquid, ME 04558

or email application package to
Educational Technician
AOS 93
Great Salt Bay Community School has two openings on their special education teams for Ed Tech's. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities, who are otherwise qualified, to perform the essential functions.

Please send application to:

Great Salt Bay Community School
559 Main Street
Damariscotta, Maine
Attn: Michele Brown

Jefferson Village School has openings in their special education department for Ed Tech's. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities, who are otherwise qualified, to perform the essential functions.

Essential Duties:

Implement structured behavior modification plans with designated students.
Monitor and document the academic and social growth of students.
Communicate with teachers and administration on student progress.
Supervise students in and out of classroom activities during the assigned working day.
Model nondiscriminatory practices on all levels.
Other Duties:

Creates an effective learning environment
Performs any other related duties as assigned by the Principal or another appropriate administrator
Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities required)

Must be eligible for, or in possession of, an appropriate ME Ed. Tech II, III certification. Must possess the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff, parents, and the public.

Please send application to:

Jefferson Village School
48 Washington Rd
Jefferson ME 04348
Occupational Therapist - K-5 SPPS
Woodfords Family Services
The Early Interventions and SPPS Programs at Woodfords Family Services are designed to provide educational and behavioral supports to children (PreK-5th grade) with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in a specialized therapeutic environment.

The Occupational Therapist will work in collaboration with the clinical team to support the program in delivering treatment-based interventions and services. Essential duties and responsibilities of the O.T. include:

Attend evaluations, IEP's, ITP's and other team meetings as directed.
Provide occupational therapy assessments, to include scoring and narrative reports.
Provide training/consultation to other programs/agencies in coordination with the Program Director.
Provide a safe environment, including but not limited to, the preparation of the therapy room.
In collaboration with Program Coordinator, Clinical staff, and classroom lead teachers, develop and maintain schedule and classroom curriculum to support development in identified areas.
Provide individual and group occupational therapy, as indicated on the child's IEP or doctor's prescription.
Provide consultation to parents, schedule and attend quarterly classroom meetings as needed to support carryover of skills.
Attend Lead Teacher meetings to provide consultation and training to staff.

Teacher's Assistants - Ed Tech IIs & Ed Tech IIIs - K-5 SPPS
Woodfords Family Services
Do you desire a position that's fun, meaningful, and rewarding? Are you looking for a career that's centered on making a valuable difference in the growth and development of children in Maine communities?

Woodfords Family Services is growing and actively searching for caring and compassionate educators to join our growing team as SPPS Teacher's Assistants! These are full-time (40 hr.) positions that come with a generous hourly rate and competitive benefits options!

Position Summary

SPPS Teacher's Assistants (Ed Techs II or III) support the Special Purpose Private School (SPPS) Program in working directly one-to-one with students diagnosed with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in a therapeutic classroom setting. The SPPS program supports learners Kindergarten - 5th grade.

With oversight and instruction from the Lead Teacher & clinical team, the Teacher's Assistant applies the use of evidence-based, early intervention strategies to support students in developing the foundational skills to learn, communicate, and achieve goals with independence!
Speech Therapist - K-5 SPPS
Woodfords Family Services
Woodfords Family Services is looking for enthusiastic and compassionate Speech-Language Pathologists or Clinical Fellows to join our professional team of educators at our Special Purpose Private School (SPPS) located in Westbrook, ME!

Who We Are

Woodford Family Services is a nonprofit organization that's been committed to the support and inclusion of people with special needs and their families in Maine communities for over 55 years! Today, the organization provides an array of clinical, behavioral health, and educational programs to more than 2,000 children, youth, and adults living with autism, developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and/or mental health diagnoses across the state of Maine.

Position Summary

The SPPS Program is equipped to provide educational and behavioral support services to PreK-5th grade learners diagnosed with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in a therapeutic and treatment-based environment.

The Speech-Language Pathologist will provide direct (on-site), quality, speech therapy to students by assisting the program through achieving the following responsibilities:

Conduct speech evaluations as necessary for initial placements and ongoing progress assessments.
Develop Plans of Care for each individual student, and provide written quarterly reports and discharge summaries. Attend I.E.P., I.F.S.P., and family meetings as scheduled or required.
Provide training, direction, and guidance on speech therapy goals to the Teaching Staff.
Supervise any speech assistants in accordance with requirements outlined by the Maine Board of Examiners on Speech-Language Pathology.
Work in conjunction with Behavior Analysts, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, and Teaching Staff to provide cohesive programming to the students.
Educational Technicians
Deer Isle - Stonington Elementary School
We are in need of both Regular and Special Ed techs. Elementary school on Deer Isle.
Transition Functional Life Skills Teacher
Lewiston Public Schools
Looking for a person to coordinate with the community to help prepare high school students for life after high-school.
Special Education Teacher Resource Room - SM High School
Spruce Mountain High School
RSU #73 is looking for a caring, compassionate, and patient special education teacher to work with students in grades 9-12 who require specially designed instruction.
Please submit your application packet to:
Superintendent of Schools Office
Attn: Laura White, Administrative Assistant
9 Cedar Street, Livermore Falls, ME 04254
** mailed documents are preferred **

Alternative Education - Ed Tech III
Winthrop High School

Holds current Maine Department of Education Criminal History Records Check
Maine Department of Education Certification for an Ed Tech III
Description: The Alternative Ed Tech III will provide support to the Alternative Education Program at Winthrop High School. The successful candidate will engage in the instruction of all curriculum and subject areas.

Deadline: When suitable candidate is found
Special Education - Ed Tech III
Winthrop Public Schools
2023-2024 School Year

Job Goal: To offer support to students under the direction of the Special Education Teacher. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with students with academic, functional and behavior needs in the district specialized programs. Positions available at the Grade School, Middle School and High School.


Experience working with special education students preferred, as well as ABA experience.

Safety Care Certification is a plus.

Behavioral Health Professional preferred.

Maine DOE Ed Tech III certification or eligible to obtain
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