Director Special Education Job Description Sample
Education Director - Special Education
Do you enjoy leading a collaborative team, utilizing your leadership and behavioral skills while positively affecting children with significant disabilities? Then consider joining Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health!
Being an Educational Director at Devereux has its Advantages You will work with other dedicated professionals who share your passion for helping individuals in need. We offer:
- An opportunity for you to use all your skills in our state of the art small facility.Our enrollment is approximately 60 students with a ratio of 5 students to 4 staff.
- Strong clinical resources-collaboration in a supportive environment.
- Participation in the design and implementation of applied research.
- Engagement in data-based decision making at the school and individual student levels. Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Center for Autism Research and Educational Services (CARES) school is an approved private day school that provides programs and services for children aged 5-21 with severe autism, intellectual developmental disabilities/violent behaviors who may or may not be able to communicate verbally. Located in Downingtown, PA, this position is repsonsible for maintaining educational and clinical programs as well as day-to-day operations.
About Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is one of the largest and most advanced behavioral healthcare organizations in the country. Informed by the latest advancements in science and medicine, we combine evidence-based interventions with compassionate family engagement to help change lives.
We were founded in 1912 by special education pioneer, Helena Devereux. Today, Devereux is a national nonprofit partner for individuals, families, schools and communities, serving many of the most vulnerable members of our society in areas of autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, specialty mental health, and child welfare. Our Mission:
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health changes lives – by unlocking and nurturing human potential for people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences. We employ more than 7,000 staff and operate 15 centers in 13 states. We offer a comprehensive national network of clinical, therapeutic, educational, and employment programs and services that positively impact the lives of tens of thousands of children, adults and their families every year.
Competitive Salary and Benefits In addition to a competitive salary, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive health and wellness program to eligible full-time employees, family members and domestic partners. Our health and wellness programs include medical, dental, prescription drug, preventative care, mental health services and an employee assistance / work-life balance program.
In addition, we offer generous time-off policies and a 403(b) retirement plan, along with voluntary/employee paid vision, supplemental life and accident coverage to full-time employees. Click on the following link to see
why we are a great place to work : http://benefits.devereux.org . K eywords: Education, BCBA, PBIS, Supervisor, Principal, Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment or FBA, Special Education, ABA, Applied Behavior Analysis, Education Director, Director of Education, Director of Education Services, Assistant Principal, Assistant Director
Requirements EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS: * Master’s Degree required in Special Education, Psychology, or a related field; Doctoral Degree preferred.
Certified PA Principal certification or Supervisor of Special Education certification (PDE approved) or eligible for certification. * BCBA or BCBA-D certification preferred (or enrolled in a BCBA program). EXPERIENCE: * Experience using applied behavior analysis instructional strategies and positive behavior support. Strong understanding of evidence-based practice in autism services, ABA and educational processes.
Minimum five (5) years working with individuals with autism in a setting that utilized ABA and PBIS principles.
Minimum five (5) years supervising other professionals (teachers, clinicians, and/or other administrators).
Excellent leadership skills-ability to facilitate and run meetings. About the Organization:
The employment policies of Devereux are to recruit and hire qualified employees without discrimination because of race, religion, creed, color, age, sex, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, disability, veteran status, communication ability, gender identity or expression or sexual orientation and to treat them equally with respect to compensation and opportunities for advancement - including upgrading, promotion and transfer - consistent with individual skills and the needs of Devereux. EOE Statement: We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We will consider applicants for this position without regard to any category protected by applicable federal, state or local law, including but not limited to race, religion, sex, color, age, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, national origin, marital status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status or uniform service member status. Devereux is a drug-free workplace, drug testing required. EOE
Director Of Special Education
Alternative Homes for Youth has an immediate opening for a Director of Special Education.
AHFY is a residential treatment center located in Greeley Colorado serving adolescent boys ages 13-21 and specializes in working with juveniles with problem sexual behavior, psychological and emotional struggles, and conduct disorders.
Candidate must contain:
- Current Masters Degree in Special Education
- Current Colorado Teaching Certificate
- Minimum two years of related teaching experience
- Director of Special Education License or has completed an approved program for the preparation of special education directors
This position is open to full-time or part-time candidates.Duties and
- Attend monthly CDE meeting
- Provide Supervision for all School Staff
- Represent education department at agency Executive Team meetings
- Weekly observation of teaching staff in classroom
- Ensure that State Department of Education guidelines are followed to obtain funding for special education, as well as regular education students.
- Develop and maintain adequate relationships with referral sources ensure appropriate referrals and maintain an adequate client census to meet budget requirements.
- Oversee the implementation of special education requirements.
- Responsible for curriculum implementation and oversight.
- Teach classes as assigned.
- Oversee student assessment and academic achievement.
- Ensure within thirty days of placement the assessment and testing of regular education students and special education students in coordination with their student records to determine the educational needs and abilities of each student.
- Complete all educational audits including Colorado Department of Education Excess Cost, October Count, December Count and Title One Annual Survey.
- Responsible for hiring teachers and support staff to insure compliance with the requirements of State Department of Education and agency student/teacher ratios.
- Oversee the procedures and compliance with State Department of Education Standards for complete student files for regular education students and special education students.
- Oversee the procedures and development of teacher lesson plans and grade books.
Salary range $50,000-$69,000
Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter to Shayna.Miller@ahfy.org.
Learn more about AHFY at: www.AlternativeHomesForYouth.org
Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY) began in 1976 as a group home for at-risk teenage girls in downtown Denver. AHFY grew and ultimately developed programs across Colorado, providing emancipation services, drug and alcohol treatment, treatment for youth with sexually abusive behaviors, mental health treatment, intensive individual, group and family therapy, survivors of abuse treatment and interventions for behavioral problems as well as numerous juvenile offender issues. AHFY's primary clients have always been at-risk adolescents, while simultaneously providing support and treatment to their families
Director Of Special Education - Multiple Positions
THE OGDENSBURG City School District is accepting applications for the following Anticipated Openings for the 2018-2019 school year: DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (12-MONTH) PRINCIPAL GRADES 7/8 (12-MONTH) CERTIFIED SPEECH/LANGUAGE THERAPIST(S) CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER(S) CERTIFIED SECONDARY SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER(S) CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY TEACHER(S) Failure to provide all requested materials will result in disqualification of the candidate's application.
Please provide the following: •Cover Letter •Application (can be obtained in the Superintendent's Office at OFA or downloaded from our school website) Resume. •Copy of New York State Teaching Certificate(s) •Copy of New York State Administrative Certificate(s) •Original College Transcript(s) •Letters of Reference •Application deadline is January 31, 2018 All requested materials are to be submitted to: Timothy M. Vernsey, Superintendent of Schools, Ogdensburg City School District, 1100 State Street, Ogdensburg, N.Y. 13669. 315-393-0900 (p) - 315-393-2767 (f) Watertown Daily Times.
Keywords: Special Education Director, Location: Ogdensburg, NY - 13669
F0472 - Assistant/Associate Professor - Special Education And/Or Early Childhood Special Education
Job Description Norfolk State University
(NSU), through exemplary teaching, scholarship and outreach, transforms lives and communities by empowering individuals to maximize their potential, creating life-long learners equipped to be engaged leaders and productive global citizens. The Department of Early Childhood/Elementary/Special Education invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Special Education or Early Childhood Special Education, a 9-month tenure track position.
The department provides undergraduate and graduate programs for students seeking preparation to work with children in the community, agencies, and PreK – 12 settings. The teacher education programs are approved by the Virginia Department of Education (DOE) and accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). Incumbent’s duties and responsibilities shall encompass teaching on-site and online courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels; maintain an active research agenda and submit grants; sever on departmental, school and university committee’s; advise students.
First review of applications and materials shall commence on or around June 27, 2016 and continue thereafter until final candidate is selected. For more information on NSU’s Early Childhood/Elementary/Special Education program, please visit https://www.nsu.edu/education/eese/index .EEO STATEMENT NSU is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons and applicants, without regard to age, color, disability, gender, national origin, political affiliation, genetic information, race, religion, sexual orientation, sex (including pregnancy) or veteran status.
NSU encourages and invites minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.* ## Minimum Qualifications 1. Selected candidate will possess a Doctoral degree in Special Education or Early Childhood Special Education. 2. Demonstrated knowledge of and skilled in grant and scholarship writing. 3.
Demonstrated knowledge of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). 4. Skilled in the use of assessment and instructionally based technology when delivering teaching concepts and principles. 5. Demonstrated ability to communicate to a diverse student-body audience, both verbally and in writing, with emphasis applied to a commitment to diversity. 6.
Demonstrated ability to grasp and advocate an institutions teaching and learning philosophy, preferably in an institution of higher education. 7. Extensive background working with Early Childhood Education, specifically working with children in grades K-6 in an elementary setting in a classroom teaching capacity. 8. Proficiency in and commitment to distance learning via online modalities.
1.As delineated above.
Special Requirements Candidates may show interest by submitting via online
, the following: 1. A statement of your Philosophy of Teaching 2.
A current Curriculum Vitae 3. Complete Commonwealth of Virginia State Application 4. Graduate and undergraduate transcripts (unofficial transcripts accepted, however, official transcripts are required of finalist) 5.
Three letters of recommendation Address, not mail, your documents to: Chair #F0472 Office of Human Resources Norfolk State University 700 Park Avenue Norfolk, VA 23504 ## Special Instructions to Applicants 1. Candidates may show interest by submitting, in its entirety online, an application and all required application material. 2.
Applicant is solely responsible for ensuring application and material thoroughly reflects their knowledge, skills, and abilities, as it relates to the advertised qualifications. 3. A complete application, including all previous employment, salary history, and education, for full consideration, must be received online by 11:59PM of the “Job Close Date.” 4. Applicants who list “see resume” or “see Curriculum Vitae” in lieu of completing the application may miss the opportunity for full consideration. 5.
NSU conducts background checks on all candidates identified as finalist for employment. The type of background check(s) performed is dependent upon the type of position for which you have been identified as a finalist, which may include: criminal history, sex offender registry checks, reference checks, degree validation, driving records, license verification, credit history review. The results of background checks are made available to University employing officials. You will be required to sign an Authorization to release form.
Fax FAXED APPLICATION MATERIAL IS NOT ACCEPTED
. ## Email EMAILED APPLICATION MATERIAL IS NOT ACCEPTED. ## Address MAILED APPLICATION MATERIAL IS NOT ACCEPTED. Working Title: F0472 - Assistant/Associate Professor
- Special Education and/or Early Childhood Special Education
- Role Title:* Assistant Professor
- 01014 Job Open Date: 06/05/2016 Open Until Filled: Yes
Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)?:* No
Hiring Range:* Commensurate with credentials and experience. Agency: Norfolk State University (213)
710 Position Number: F0472 Job Posting Number: 1013133 Type of Recruitment: General Public
Does this position have telework options?:* No
Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference:* No
Job Type:* Full-Time (Salaried)
Job Type Detail:* Salaried Faculty- S-2 Pay Band: UG
Special Education Teacher Candidate Supervisor, School Of Education
Tracking Code 5031/I0817 Job Description The Special Education Program in the School of Education at Boston University is seeking a qualified part-time employee to supervise teacher candidates during the Spring 2018 semester. Qualified candidates will have: * A minimum of 5 years teaching experience in Special Education
Knowledge of evidence-based practices, culturally-/linguistically responsive practices, and data-based decision-making
Experience mentoring teachers and/or teacher candidates
Familiarity with MA Educator Evaluation Framework and/or Candidate Assessment of Performance (CAP) * A license in Moderate Disabilities and/or Severe Disabilities Responsibilities include:
Establishing and maintaining professional working relationships with supervising practitioners, teacher candidates, fieldwork coordinator, and student teaching seminar leader.
Conducting a minimum of 4 observations of teacher candidates and additional observations as needed.
Providing written feedback to teacher candidates for each observation.
Conducting a minimum of 3 formal meetings with teacher candidates and supervising practitioners.
Communicating frequently with supervising practitioners on teacher candidates’ progress and developing action plan(s) with supervising practitioners and/or fieldwork coordinator to support teacher candidate in student teaching as needed.
Participating in student teaching orientations and leading five on-campus seminars.
Rating, in conjunction with supervising practitioners, teacher candidates using the Candidate Assessment of Performance (CAP) Applicants must have the following:
Flexibility in setting times/dates for observations and willingness to travel to various schools in the Boston area
Availability during the day for observations and on Thursday evenings for seminars PLEASE SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTEREST, A RESUME, AND TWO LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION TO Dr. Rebekah Louis (firstname.lastname@example.org) Job Location Boston, Massachusetts, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
Special Education Content Developer
LRP Publications, Inc. has been an industry-leading provider of multimedia solutions for business and education professionals for over four decades, offering world-class content in the fields of education administration, education law and education technology. We provide an extensive line of guidance tools for school administrators and staff that ranges from national conferences to websites, webinars, videos, newsletters in both print and electronic format, e-learning courses, and hundreds of books and pamphlets.
LRP is currently looking for a Special Education Content Developer to bring a special education administrator’s experience and perspective to our Editorial team. This Content Developer will work with the Executive Director and editorial staff to advance and expand our current product lines targeted to Special Education Administrators. This position will be responsible for planning and creating relevant and useful content for websites, print products, e-learning and conferences that address the needs of our audience.
In addition, the Content Developer will help create multi-media content to supplement and support LRP’s existing education products. The Special Education Content Developer should have hands-on experience as a Director or Administrator in special education This person will bring a school administrator’s, input, ideas and support to the established team and work collaboratively on product development and growth across all media formats. Maintaining and developing relationships with special education administrators working in the field will be essential to keeping current on pressing issues.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a special education administrator or director
Proven ability to write clearly and concisely
Experience working in a deadline-driven environment
Ability to travel to conferences and events within the U.S. 4-5 times per year for periods of up to 5 consecutive days Desired Experience
Knowledge of Editorial and Production processes
Familiarity with education conference content
Knowledge of IDEA and Section 504 LRP Publications’ flagship education products: The Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) is the largest, national independent education technology conference.
Delivering strategies and best practices for student success and schoolwide advancement, FETC is known as one of the nation’s premier education technology events. LRP’s National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals With Disabilities® has, for 38 years, provided high-quality professional development and instruction for administrators and school staff on how to convert special education legal mandates into best practices. SpecialEdConnection.com offers practical guidance, legal interpretations, real-world applications, solutions and tips to special educators and also provides all of the supporting documents – including legal cases, statutes and regulations, federal policies, OSERS/OSEP and OCR letters.
Title1Admin.com is a comprehensive online resource for federal program administrators with guidance on existing ESSA regulations and updates as new guidance is issued by the U.S. Education Department. LRP Publications provides a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, 401(k) with employer match, and paid vacation and sick time.
As an EO/AA employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran, or disability status. ID: 2017-1201 Relocation Provided: No Education Required: Bachelor Degree External Company URL: www.lrp.com
Head Start Education / Special Needs Manager
PRFI is currently seeking an Education and Special Needs Manager for the Bronx Head Start Program. Under the supervision of the Head Start Program Director, the Manager will be responsible for the overall management, supervision and evaluation of the Education and Special Needs Services, working closely with staff, parents, service providers, and community partners to ensure the effective delivery of curriculum, special needs services, and achievement of program outcomes.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Oversees and is ultimately responsible for the daily activities and operations for the education component.
- Plans, implements, and coordinates education component to maintain program compliance with federal standards, state laws, and local grant goals and objectives.
- Provides counsel, assistance, and support the Director in areas of education program planning and management. Reviews and assess, with program director, component activities, and interrelationships with other components; identifies possible solutions for problems and makes recommendations; interacts with other coordinators; coworkers, staff, and parents..
- Perform record keeping and internal and external reporting tasks in a timely and objective fashion.
- Prepares and submits accurate reports including PIR, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.
- Responsible for auditing all files, claims, paperwork from the education component; to ensure complete compliance with all Federal, State, and Agency regulations and guidelines.
- Contributes to and participates in strategic planning, program self-assessment, community assessment, and other efforts to improve program services and agency responsiveness to families; solicits community professionals to serve on the program assessment team.
- Assist in planning and implementing changes in the program.
- Develops, monitors and evaluates progress on component goals and objectives; reporting progress on action plan.
- Make decisions and acts based on family support principles, theories, practices, and code of ethics.
- Reviews, updates, and submits the written component plan to management team, staff, and PRFI-HS annually.
- Provides guidance and direction to assigned education staff, evaluates performance, assesses, and secures training opportunities and resources for staff development.
- Provides parents with relevant information and/or training regarding education activities.
- Makes routine visits (at least quarterly) to each classroom, visits each classroom for annual observation.
- Facilitates the completion of licensing application process with the New York City Department of Health and reviews licensing site reports and oversees the correction of non-compliances in a timely fashion.
- Ensures that education component adequately addresses child outcomes.
- Provides leadership to the education staff and program staff overall on developing, designing curricula around, and responding to child outcomes.
- Ensures that education component activities follow performance standards at all sites.
- Organizes and participates in child screening process; scores, records and reviews results to assure appropriate application and follow-up planning.
- Actively participate in securing in-kind contributions from families, professionals, and community members.
- Engages parents in volunteering, community service, and other ways of contributing to program activities and services.
- Provide opportunities for children and families to participate in family literacy services.
Special Needs Services:
- Developing a disabilities service plan providing strategies for meeting the special needs of children with disabilities and their parents in accordance with Head Start principles.
- Serving as the contact person for disabilities trainings and conferences
- Coordinating developmental screening with Health and/or Education managers.
- Meeting with parents to discuss children’s needs.
- Assisting staff in implementing the disabilities service plan.
- Coordinating with Puerto Rican Family Institute’s other early childhood programs in order to ensure the continuation of services the children and families are receiving.
- Coordinating the annual updating of the disabilities service plan.
- Coordinating training efforts for staff and parents regarding children with disabilities.
- Maintaining records of families involved in the process.
Head Start Duties:
- Coordinating Head Start IEP meetings if preschooler does not qualify for LEA services.
- Attending educational and social services meetings.
- Participating in Health Advisory Committee meetings.
- Attend IEP Transition Meetings.
- Recruiting and supervising any volunteers, student teachers, or interns (in the special needs field) and provide the necessary training, support, and feedback necessary for their professional growth.
- Intervening in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, as mandated by Federal and State law.
- Maintaining confidentiality of family records and information.
- Encouraging and promoting the family’s achievement of self-sufficiency.
- Special projects as deemed necessary by the Program Director.
The ideal candidate will have a Master's degree in Early Childhood Education and a minimum of 2 years teaching experience in a Preschool setting. A New York State Teaching Certification: Birth-2 years is required.
Understanding of the Head Start philosophy, Head Start Performance Standards and DOH Regulations, Experience with Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies, Gold Assessment System is necessary. The candidate will possess previous experience with Special Needs Education and demonstrated experience in program management, including staff supervision, assessments, and prior experience in Head Start programs.
The ideal candidate will have a commitment to multicultural programming and the ability to meet program requirements while placing the needs of children and families first. S/He must be able to communicate effectively in written or verbal format to groups of all sizes and individuals. Strong organizational and supervisory skills are a must.
Language proficiency in spoken and written English and Spanish and/or English and French preferred.
PRFI offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.
Special Education Teacher
U.S.D. #480 has current vacancies for a Special Educaion Teacher
The following Special Education Positions are available:
- Liberal High School
Must meet the Kansas State Department of Education Special Education Certification requirements
Immediate Supervisor: Director of
Special Education/Building Principal
In accordance with the Professional Agreement
Qualifications: Applicants must meet the Kansas State Department of Education certification requirements
- ESOL endorsement preferred
- Developing individual education programs for students who are mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, and learning disabled.
- Assessing student progress on a regular basis and adjusting instruction to better meet the needs of students.
- Collaborating with general education teachers to better meet the needs of special education students in their buildings.
- Providing specialized instruction for students working below grade level.
- Meeting with the principal and grade level teams to stay abreast of the expectations of the general curriculum.
- Implement evidence-based instruction.
- Implement socio-emotional and behavioral supports.
- Differentiate instruction for classroom.
- Co-teach with general education teachers to provide support for special education students in general education.
- Document student responses to instructional interventions to make informed educational decisions.
Software Support/Trainer - Special Education Software
Organizes and coordinates special education software applications for school districts. Consults with school contact persons for system requirements and processes, orientation, training, technical support, suggestions and other application requirements. Interfaces with Regional Information Center personnel. This position requires a general understanding of special education management applications, special education terminology and processes.
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., 12-month, full-time
1. Specializes in training new and/or experienced school district administrators and support personnel in the use of computerized applications through individual district and/or group meetings.
2. Prepares appropriate documentation for applications.
3. Conducts presentations for potential users and other interested groups.
4. Trains Regional Information Center personnel on applications.
5. Coordinates a user group for the sharing of common problems and solutions.
6. Assists prioritizing the enhancements and maintenance for applications.
7. Provides telephone assistance.
8. Serves as liaison for special education applications for school districts.
9. Consults with school district administrators and support personnel on the development, maintenance and effectiveness of applications.
10. Recommends system modifications or revisions, which will improve the tasks of users as well as center staff.
11. Prepares materials for meetings and training sessions, which support application requirements.
12. Works with Regional Information Center staff to improve current services.
13. Attends statewide meetings on special education procedures and shares information with district personnel.
14. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Computer Services and/or immediate supervisor.
A. Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree, which included or was supplemented by fifteen (15) credit hours* in Computer Science, Information Resources Management, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Special Education, Education, Psychology or closely related field and one (1) year (full-time paid, or its' part-time equivalent) experience in applying technology training and support by phone or on-site to users and/or experience in reporting Special Education and Medicaid mandates;
B. Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with an Associate's Degree, which included or was supplemented by fifteen (15) credit hours* in Computer Science, Information Resources Management, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Special Education, Education, Psychology or closely related field and three (3) years (full-time paid, or its' part-time equivalent) experience in applying technology training and support by phone or on-site to users and/or experience involving reporting Special Education and Medicaid mandates;
C. Successful completion of fifteen (15) credit hours* in Computer Science, Information Resources Management, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Special Education, Education, Psychology or closely related field offered by a technical training institute, college or a corporate training program and four (4) years (full-time paid, or its' part-time equivalent) experience in applying technology training and support by phone or on-site to users and/or experience involving reporting Special Education and Medicaid mandates;
D. Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma and five (5) years (full-time paid, or its' part-time equivalent) experience in applying technology training and support by phone or on-site to users and/or experience in reporting Special Education and Medicaid mandates;
E. An equivalent combination of training and experience as indicated above.
*Coursework in the use of specific programs such as WORD, EXCEL or ACCESS and data entry is not acceptable.
At Ulster BOCES, our mission is to provide high quality shared educational, administrative, and technical services that will enable component school districts to develop the capacity of their students and adults to achieve higher standards of performance. With an emphasis on economic efficiencies, Ulster BOCES is committed to offering educational programs that enable all students to prepare for employment and/or post-secondary education.
The Ulster County Board of Cooperative Education Services is an educational agency serving eight component school districts. They are: Ellenville Central School District • Highland Central School District • Kingston City Schools Consolidated • New Paltz Central School District • Onteora Central School District • Rondout Valley Central School District • Saugerties Central School District • Wallkill Central School District
Generous health insurance, dental and vision benefits. Paid time off. New York state retirement system membership and 403(b) tax-sheltered annuities plan. Flexible spending plan, disability benefits, employee assistance program and tuition reimbursement.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Sole Supervisory District of Ulster County (the “District”), complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination. The District operates all educational programs and activities in compliance with federal laws which prohibit discrimination based on age, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin or race. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. Section 1681, et seq.), among other bases, prohibits public school districts from discrimination against students on the basis of sex. The prohibition against sex discrimination covers sexual harassment, including sexual violence. All inquiries or complaints concerning any form of discrimination may be referred to the District's Compliance Officer, Dr. Laurie Cassel, 175 Route 32 North, New Paltz, New York, 12561 ~ email@example.com ~ (845) 255-1400 or to the Office of Civil Rights of the United States Department of Education.
Special Education Teacher / St. Vincent's Special Needs Services (Trumbull, CT) / FT Days (72 Hours Bi-Weekly)
Job ID: 210518
Special Education Teacher / St.
Vincent's Special Needs Services (Trumbull, CT) / FT Days (72 Hours Bi-Weekly)
Additional Job Information
Title: Teacher-Special Education
Location: St Vincent's Special Needs
Department: School Programs 002
Additional Job Details:
FT, Days, 36 hours,Weekly
Marketing Statement St.
Vincent’s Health Services, part of Ascension, operates St.
Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport and a number of other sites of care. Founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1903, St.
Vincent’s is a mission-driven organization committed to exceptional healthcare for all with special consideration for the poor and underserved.
The Special Education Teacher provides special education to students with significant developmental needs.
Recommends individual goals and objectives that reflect each student’s abilities, needs and interests.
Develops and implements schedules and lesson plans that focus on student learning.
Administers and interprets formal and informal students assessments including maintenance, review and interpretation of data on student progress.
Serves as a member of an instructuctional team and is responsible for ensuring that services are individualized, high quality, effective and consistent with current best professional practices.
Interacts with students in a respectful, encouraging and supportive manner while providing appropriate educational services.
Provides support and supervision to assigned education assistants and instructional aides.
Communicates with parents/guardians of students in assigned class.
Other Duties as assigned
Licenses/Certifications/Registration: + Required Credential(s):
- Certified Teacher specializing in Special Education credentialed from the Connecticut Department of Education obtained prior to hire date or job transfer date.
Education and Work Experience:
Bachelor's Level Degree
BA/BS Degree required + 2 years experience in special education preferred.
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Equal Employment Opportunity St.
Vincent’s Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The recruitment, selection, placement, training, promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff, recall, termination, rates of pay, or any other employment decision made by St.
Vincent’s Health Services based on the needs of St.
Vincent’s Health Services and the job related qualifications and abilities of the candidates, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, union affiliation, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to hiring, placement, promotion, termination, job assignments, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. St.
Vincent’s Health Services is an EEO/AA employer: M/F/Disabled/Vet.
For further information regarding your EEO rights, click on the following link to the “EEO is the Law” poster: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf EEO is the Law Poster Supplement http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/ofccp_eeo_supplement_final_jrf_qa_508c.pdf Please note that Ascension will make an offer of employment only to individuals who have applied for a position using our official application. Be on alert for possible fraudulent offers of employment. Ascension will not solicit money or banking information from applicants. E-Verify Statement To comply with federal regulations of the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), all employees are required to complete an Employment Eligibility Verification form (I-9). This law applies to individuals hired, including PRN, part-time and temporary employees, volunteers and students.
Additionally, St Vincent's Healthcare is an E-Verify employer. E-Verify is a web based program administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, USCIS Verification Division, and the Social Security Administration that supplements the current I-9 eligibility verification process. The program determines whether the information provided by the new hire matches government records and whether the new hire is authorized to work in the United States.
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