Employment Opportunity

Employment Opportunity: Full Time Speech Language Pathologist

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist to work 30 to 36 hours for Skagit Preschool and Resource Center (SPARC).  We are a non-profit organization that provides educational and therapeutic programs for children and families ages birth to five.  SPARC is also a Neurodevelopmental center serving some children up to the age of twelve.  We serve children primarily in Mount Vernon but at times we travel to the corners of beautiful Skagit County.  Therapy services are provided in a variety of locations depending on the child’s age; these could include home, daycares, clinic, SPARC preschool classrooms or in collaboration with Head Start and ECEAP programs.  Therapists’ schedule follows the school calendar year with some hours worked in the summer to serve birth to three students. Most therapists are off on Fridays.  The SPARC environment allows collaboration with other therapists and specialists and flexibility in their schedules.  We encourage our therapists to pursue their professional interests through continuing education. Based on many of these interests, we have implemented and developed new programs such as a thriving book give-away program to encourage and promote literacy with families.


  • Graduation from accredited SLP program
  • Educational Staff Associate Certification through OSPI
  • Department of Health License
  • Experience in pediatrics is preferred
  • Spanish would be a wonderful addition but not a requirement
  • CFY’s are welcome to apply

SPARC offers a competitive salary compared to early intervention centers within the area. Our benefits include; health insurance, continuing education money, travel reimbursement, reasonable caseloads and matching contributions to IRA retirement.

For more information please contact
Amy Fox amy@sparckids.org  (360) 416-7570

Employment Opportunity: Part Time Special Education Preschool Teacher

Skagit Preschool and Resource Center (SPARC) is a developmental preschool serving special education preschool students. This is a teaching position for a classroom with special education students ages 3-5. Teacher would be responsible for planning daily curriculum, individualizing activities to child’s needs, tracking goals and objectives on children’s IEPs, developing IEP’s and supervising assistants.


  • Washington State Teaching Certification
  • Special Education Endorsement

Compensation: DOE

Benefits: Our benefits include; continuing education money, travel reimbursement, and participation in a SIMPLE IRA retirement.

For more information please contact
Vanessa Hagerty  mailto:Vanessa@sparkids.org  (360) 416-7570

Employment Opportunity: Substitute Teacher
  • As needed Monday-Thursday (on call)

Job Description: Will be working in an Early Intervention and Preschool classrooms as an instructional assistant with special needs children ages 2-5.

Requirements: Must be 18 years of age, provide ID (such as Drivers License, ID card or Passport) and pass a Washington State DSHS background check

Benefits: $13.00 an hour

For more information or to fill out an application please contact

Vanessa Hagerty, Lead FRC & Lead Special Education Teacher     vanessa@sparckids.org              (360) 416-7570

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