ESU 8 provides services to school districts in a 7 county area of northeast Nebraska. In 2019-2020 the services are expanding to include a program for students with significant behavior needs. The teacher in this program will serve as a consultant to IEP teams in districts; provide instruction to students in a separate school; and provide Mandt training to ESU staff and school district staff.
The Behavior Teacher must have good communication skills, organizational skills, and knowledge of the academic, social, and behavioral needs of students. The Behavior Teacher will work as a team member with ESU 8 school psychologists, an LMHP, and the Director of Special Education.
Applicants should have a K-12 Sped Generalist or K-12 Behavior Disorder Endorsement.
ESU 8 has a competitive salary and benefit package. The start date will be on or before August 7, 2019.