Our organization is rapidly growing, please join our team! The SCCDC offers a friendly and warm work environment on a school year schedule. We work with infants, toddlers, and 3-5 year old's so there is never a dull moment! Start a career that is rewarding and fun with opportunities to grow!
Apply using the link below. Send your resume and/or direct any questions to:
Niki McKenzie at email@example.com
Pay depends on experience, degrees, certifications and endorsements. Full Time employees are eligible for medical, dental, vision, paid time off and 401K benefits!
The preschool teacher will plan, direct, manage, and oversee the activities and operation of their respective early childhood classroom. The teacher in this position is responsible for meeting performance standards using their experience in the field to provide quality education to all children on behalf of the Sweetwater County Child Developmental Center. Position Qualifications: a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Family and Child Development, Elementary Education, or a related field. Experience with toddlers and/or preschool students is preferred but we will train the right candidate. Must be willing to work on an Early Childhood endorsement. (Grant Assistance for Tuition is Available)
Special Education Teacher/Compliance Coordinator
Under the direct supervision of the Special Education Coordinator the Special Education Teacher and Compliance Coordinator is responsible for monitoring the program and to ensure program compliance for both Part B and Part C. To monitor and ensure that required timelines are being observed; that direct services, accommodations, modifications and other services indicated on the individial education plans are being implemented and that the student is benefitting from the services provided. Responsiblities also include planning, directing, managing, and overseeing the activities and operation of their assigned Special Education caseload and completing all necessary paperwork, testing and data entry, parent communication, and related needs to meet deadlines and to provide services.
Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) or SLP-A (Full, Part Time, Contractor or PRN)
The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is responsible for the planning and execution of the speech and language program for the SCCDC, as well as program records, relationship management with internal and external partners, and training of parents and of other staff. Position qualifications are minimum of M.S. or M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology, Speech-Language Pathology licensure from the State of Wyoming Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, and ASHA (American Speech Language Hearing Association) Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC). SLP positions for full time, part time, contract and PRN with flexible schedules are available.
SLP-Assistants are welcome to apply. We will consider candidates who are already certified SLP-As and have met all of the Wyoming Support Personnel requirements of the Department of Education for Speech Pathology Assistants.
The Sweetwater County Child Developmental Center (SCCDC) is a private, non-profit organization that has served the children and families in Sweetwater County since 1979.
We are the State of Wyoming’s Early Intervention and Education Program (EIEP) for children ages birth through five residing in Sweetwater County. We offer a variety of services to help your child meet their developmental milestones and to maximize their developmental progress. Our certified teachers and therapists provide the following services at no cost:
Developmental Screenings and Evaluations
Cognitive/Pre-Academic Skill Development
Social and Emotional Development
Occupational, Speech and Physical Therapies
Family Service Coordination
Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP)
We offer free preschool for children receiving specialized instruction and tuition-based preschool for typically developing three to five year-olds. We use evidence-based curricular materials including Core Knowledge Language Arts, Eureka Math, Heggerty Phonological Awareness and Zoo Phonics. The SCCDC uses the Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) therapy approach with children who struggle with expressive communication.
Our organization employs the following highly trained and qualified staff:
Speech-Language Pathologists and SLP Assistants
Licensed Occupational Therapist
Licensed Physical Therapist
Registered Play Therapist/Social Worker
PTSB Licensed Early Childhood Special Educators
Special Education Paraprofessionals
Registered School Nurse
Family Service Coordinators
Special Education Coordinator
Administrative and Clerical Staff
Contracted Services with Teacher of the Deaf, Teacher of the Visually Impaired and Instructional Coaches
The SCCDC is currently funded through several sources. We receive partial funding for contracted services through the Federal government and the State of Wyoming Department of Behavioral Health in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part C, Part B/611 and Part B/619. We receive Sweetwater County 6th Cent Overage Money for Rock Springs Occupancy Expenses, the City of Green River 6th Cent Overage Money for Green River Occupancy Expenses, and Sweetwater County School District #2 contracted services for Child Find. We receive preschool tuition and fees for general education students. We also rely on various grants, fundraisers and donations to meet our organizational needs.