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Fresno Unified School District Fresno Unified is California's fourth largest school district-with an enrollment of more than 73,000 students-is making huge strides in preparing career ready graduates. Guided by the Board of Education's Core Beliefs that all students can and must learn at grade level and beyond, the district is gaining momentum to boost student achievement.
The Board of education, Superintendent, and Community of Fresno are committed to creating a CULTURE where: • Diversity is Valued • Accelerating Learning for Each Student is Key • Good First Teaching is the Focus • Collaborating with Civic Leaders Positively Impacts the Community
FUSD is seeking dynamic, dedicated and motivated individuals for the "2013-2014" school year. Individuals need to be committed to continuous improvement, results driven and eager to work in a diverse community.
-Occupational Therapist Provide occupational therapy services to identified students; provide assessment and consultation to school personnel and families to identify strategies, methods and patterns to ensure students have access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities.
-Speech and Language Pathologist Identify students with special needs in speech, hearing, or language and develop procedures to correct or minimize communicative disorders.
-Teacher- Music -Teacher- Art -Teacher- Spanish -Teacher- English -Teacher- Math -Teacher- Science -Teacher- Social Science -Teacher- Special Education Mild/Mod.- Mod/Severe
Knowledge of and ability to implement the subject matter, philosophical, social, and educational concepts relative to the duties and responsibilities listed on this job description.
License/Credential or Skills- California credential authorizing instruction in the appropriate subject area.