EI/RR Secondary Special Education Teacher

Job | Posted 8 months ago
Position Areas
Special Education


Branch ISD Special Education:
The Branch ISD Special Education Department serves students pre-K to age 26 with mild to severe impairments and works closely with the local schools in Branch County to provide instructional services, hearing and vision services, physical and occupational therapy, speech, psychological, and nursing services.  The special education department is devoted to the success of every student. This is an exciting opportunity to become a team member who is committed to the vision of educating all learners while fostering positive attitudes and work habits. This position is for someone that respects diversity. If you are highly motivated and have a passion to work with students with disabilities, this position is for you.

Job Summary:
The employee fulfilling this job is accountable to the Special Education Supervisor and is responsible for the classroom instruction of Emotionally Impaired students. The employee will be held to the Highly Qualified requirements of teaching. Expectations include a pleasant and professional demeanor, a positive attitude, and an outgoing personality.  The employee must also maintain confidentiality and engage in professional development as required by the State of Michigan.

  The ideal candidate must have a desire to work with emotionally impaired students. Previous experience is preferred. 
Applicant must hold a valid Michigan Teachers Certification with a preferred endorsement in Emotionally Impaired.
  All applicants will be required to provide a satisfactory background check and hold a Michigan valid driver’s license.

Please see the attached job description for additional information.



Posted By

Branch ISD

200 Bishop Avenue , Coldwater, MI 49036

At the following locations

Dorothy Legg Learning Center

212 Bishop Avenue , Coldwater, MI 49036

Compare with State

Amount per Student


State Average: $12,292

% ELL Students


State Average: 6%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 18.25

% IEP Students


State Average: 13%



State Average: 199