Job Opportunities

The Area Cooperative for Educational Support (ACES) is seeking a full-time Behavior Interventionist for the 2022-2023 School Year.  Minimum Qualifications:  1.  Master's degree preferred; Bachelor's degree acceptable.  Degree in school counseling, mild-moderate/cross-categorical disabilities, behavior analysis or related field.  Experience in social/emotional/behavioral health suggested.  

Applicants must work cooperatively as a multidisciplinary team member.  The successful applicant must be dependable, able to multitask, be an excellent communicator and collaborator as well as exhibit flexibility.


Please submit a resume, letter of interest, professional qualifications, 3 letters of recommendation, and completed Mound City certified teaching application, found under the Menu (Documents; Employment; Certified Position Application) option on the Mound City R-2 website to Cindy Naber, Director of ACES, If you have any questions please call 660-254-6134


Missouri Department of Corrections

The Missouri Department of Corrections has education positions available throughout the State of Missouri with great benefits and pay. If you’re interested in transforming lives by equipping Missourians in the criminal justice system with the skills they need to contribute to their communities, both inside and outside our walls, take a look at what we have available at:

 For any questions or additional information, please contact


QuesTec Mechanical 

Director of Education and Workforce Development



Division of Youth Services

The Missouri Department of Social Services - Division of Youth Services is hiring academic/special education teachers for an Education Specialist position statewide.  Read more here.



MERS Goodwill SWEP Job Coaches

Needed - job coaches for the SWEP program in St. Louis county.  An eight-week program that places 16-20-year-olds with developmental disabilities in part-time jobs in the community for the Summer. Job coaches support these participants (usually groups of 3-4, though sometimes less, depending on need) at the job site. It's incredibly rewarding work, and retirees of all stripes (but especially teachers and paraprofessionals) would serve as wonderful resources for these kids.

Find more information here: 

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