Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or a related field and demonstrated expertise in working with students with diverse needs
Strong knowledge base in the areas of learning differences and skill in implementing evidence-based strategies.
Practicum level training in a IMSLEC Structured Multisensory Language Program or training and experience in Orton-Gillingham, Lindamood Bell, Phonographix, or similar multisensory based programs
The ability to interpret neuropsychological evaluations and make recommendations as needed.
Experience and comfort collaborating with and presenting to faculty, administrators, and parents
Strong oral and written communication skills
About Washington Episcopal School
Now in its 33rd year, Washington Episcopal School is an independent, co-educational school for students from Nursery through Grade 8. WES believes that learning should be joyful, because academic excellence and happy children belong together. The School represents a diverse community, where the uniqueness of each member of the school is celebrated. WES develops children into kind, confident, and prepared young adults.
Washington Episcopal School is an equal opportunity employer.