Employment Opportunities

The Northwest Arkansas Education Services Cooperative is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

Northwest Education Service Cooperative is seeking applications for the position of:

 

Contact Information

Send resume and application to Mr. Bryan Law, Director bryan.law@starfishnw.org

Classified applications are located on the NWAESC website: starfishnw.org

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Early Childhood Program Employment:

Early Childhood Special Education Teacher

NWAESC is accepting applications for an early childhood special education teacher. We serve students ages three through five who have special needs. All applicants must be dependable, organized, and possess good time management skills. Strengths for this position include: knowledge of special education assessments, understanding of due process and an awareness of developmentally appropriate skills for ages three through five and the ability to collaborate with other professionals to meet student needs.

Training is provided to support staff and provide them with skills needed to work with students with unique needs. Arkansas Department of Education teaching license required for early childhood special education or willing to obtain an ALP.

Send resume to:  colleen.devore@starfishnw.org

 

Early Childhood Speech Language Pathologist
  • Must be certified in the area or willing to obtain the appropriate certification through ADE.
  • Work 190 day contract beginning in August.
  • Provide FAPE to preschool students by managing a caseload.
  • Candidates must be able to travel and provide services in a variety of locations throughout NWA to serve students ages 3 through five.
  • Conduct assessments to determine students eligibility for speech language services using Arkansas Department of Education guidelines.
  • Maintain confidentiality and detailed documentation on student services.
  • Exhibit excellent communication skills to write evaluation reports and due process as required by state and federal regulations.
  • Support the team by collaborating and effectively communicating with other professionals to support student success.
  • Candidates must be able to multitask and work under pressure.

Contact:  Colleen DeVore, colleen.devore@starfishnw.org or 479-267-5960 for more information.

 

Contact

Unless otherwise instructed, individuals interested in positions posted on this web site should send their resume to the mailing address listed below:

NWAESC – Employment

4 North Double Springs Road

Farmington, AR. 72730