Elementary Education Teacher

Special Education Wylie, Texas


Position at SESI Schools

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Shine on as a elementary education teacher.


In special education and alternative education settings nationwide, the team members of Specialized Education Services, Inc. (SESI) shine a positive light on students who need academic, emotional, social, and behavioral support and uncover the unique learner within. Have a profound impact, grow, learn, and thrive as part of our team.



What you can expect to do.

Uncover the light and potential in each student by diagnosing and addressing learning, social, and emotional skill gaps. Collaborate with school teams and families to offer personalized guidance and deliver SESI’s own evidence-based learning and instructional models, as well as positive behavioral interventions and support framework. You’ll inspire, empower, and transform with our innovative learning approach, unique instructional environments, smaller class sizes, and the support services students need to shine.


  • Work with a diverse group of students from varying developmental, cultural, ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Use SESI’s instructional models, strategies, and curricula to teach knowledge and skills, nurture confidence and character, and meet the needs of all students.
  • Develop and maintain individualized skill-appropriate lesson plans.
  • Implement behavior management and intervention strategies, including de-escalation techniques, crisis management, and physical restraint when necessary to maintain the safety of students and staff.
  • Maintain student documents such as individualized education plans (IEPs), behavior intervention plans (BIPs), incident reports, and high-risk evaluation forms.
  • Drive, record, and track student growth and progress toward academic, social, and emotional goals.
  • Supervise and monitor students, including to and from locations within the school.


What you can expect from us.

  • Diverse career pathways, mobility up and across our national network, and ongoing professional and leadership development.
  • Paid training, tuition reimbursement, and credentialing support. 
  • Data-driven, evidence-based learning and instructional models, including SESI’s own positive behavioral interventions and support (PBIS) framework called CASE.
  • An attractive and robust suite of benefits, including comprehensive healthcare benefits, 401(k) with employer match, employee assistance program, mental health support, fertility and family building, and more.
  • Smaller class sizes in diverse educational settings.


What we expect of you.

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher learning.
  • Valid teaching credential appropriate to the role.
  • Commitment to learning and implementing feedback.
  • Adaptability and flexibility.


Shine on. Apply now.

Bring all of you to what you do. Join our team.


About SESI  

Specialized Education Services, Inc. (SESI), a division of FullBloom, is a premier provider of education services for K-12 students who require additional educational and behavioral supports to overcome challenges that impede success in a traditional school setting. SESI partners with school districts to run classrooms, on-site, within district boundaries and standalone schools that meet the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of special and alternative education students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Emotional Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, and other challenges. Partnering with over 600 school districts nationwide, SESI serves more than 7,000 students in day schools and in-district classrooms. SESI is accredited by Cognia.


FullBloom is an equal opportunity employer.  

Equal Employment Opportunity has been and will continue to be a fundamental principle at FullBloom, where employment is based on personal capabilities and qualifications. The company prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee based on any legally recognized basis, including, but not limited to age (40 and over); color; gender, physical or mental disability; mental status; civil union/domestic partnership; national origin; ancestry; citizenship status; race; religion; creed; sex; pregnancy, childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions; gender identity and gender expression; political affiliation; veteran status and uniformed servicemember status; genetic information (including testing and characteristics); or any other consideration protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.