Thank you for your interest in Arbor Bay School. We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and quality staff who are dedicated to providing an educational experience that is second to none for our students. Our retention rate is strong, but our school is growing and we may have openings in various positions including special education credentialed teachers, assistant teachers, speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, and administrative staff. Accordingly, jobs will be posted here as they become available.

We'd love to hear from you if you're interested in Arbor Bay School. Contact us!

Current Openings

Long-term substitute teacher


Early Education Teacher

Arbor Bay School is a community leader in helping children in grades K-8 with mild to moderate learning differences experience academic and social success. We achieve this through highly individualized and specialized instruction, combined with speech and occupational therapy in a small classroom environment. Each Arbor Bay classroom has 8-14 students with one Lead Teacher and at least one Assistant Teacher. With a low student teacher ratio, Arbor Bay School is a unique environment where you make a measurable difference in the lives of our students.

The Lead Teacher will have a passion for working with students with a variety of learning styles. He/she will have solid understanding of child development and the ability to pull from a variety of curriculum to create a successful learning plan for each student that includes both individualized and whole group instruction. Additionally, the lead teacher will have a strong team mentality and the ability to work well with the assistant teachers, speech therapist, and occupational therapist. Finally, the lead teacher will have clear communication skills and the ability to collaborate with parents, school districts, and other professionals to create a holistic approach and to provide the student with consistent support.


· California Special Ed. Credential for Mild-Moderate Disabilities

· Minimum of 3 years teaching experiences leading a class.

· Background in multi-sensory structured language programs, Making Math Real, and the ability and desire to learn and explore new curriculum to meet the specific needs of the students.

· Experience writing and implementing IEP goals.

· Experience with both standardized and non-standardized academic assessment.

If you are interested our positions, please submit a cover letter and resume to Susan Rose. Three references and a copy of your credential should be included.