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Special Education Teacher: Moderate/Severe

Special Education Teacher: Moderate/Severe
Employer:
Corona Norco Unified School District
Date Posted:
12/24/2018
Contact:
HR Certificated
951-736-5067
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Length of Work Year:
185 Days
Employment Type:
Full Time
Application Deadline:
5/30/2019 11:55 PM Pacific
Salary:
$63,707 - $105,257
Date Posted: 12/24/2018 Application Deadline: 5/30/2019 11:55 PM Pacific Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 185 Days Salary: $63,707 - $105,257 Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: HR Certificated Email: HRCertificatedRecruitment@cnusd.k12.ca.us Phone: 951-736-5067
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print
DEFINITION
The Special Education Teacher identifies needs of special education students in relation to grade level objectives, applies a program of instruction consistent with student learning needs and curriculum objectives as outlined in the Individual Education Plan (IEP), uses appropriate teaching strategies and instructional materials, and assesses student progress. Creates and manages a classroom environment conducive to student learning, trains and assists regular classroom teachers in techniques appropriate for teaching students with special needs, and also communicate regularly with parents regarding their student's academic and social progress.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities:
Identify student knowledge and skills upon school entrance with pretesting and reviewing prior IEPs and achievement records.
Identify specific student learning outcomes to be attained in relation to student learning needs and IEP objectives through data collection and maintain appropriate documentation.
Determine a sequence of learning experiences, utilizing District adopted instructional materials and appropriate supplementary materials.
Develop and utilize written plans, that will include long-term and daily/weekly lesson plans, as the basis of instruction.
Apply appropriate teaching strategies consistent with best practices, student needs, selected curriculum, and time allocations.
Make appropriate accommodations for student physical, educational or behavioral disabilities.
Train assigned instructional assistants and make effective use of their services.
Assist in training regular education teachers regarding successful integration of special needs student into their classes and activities; assist with modification of activities if needed.
Consult and collaborate with regular education staff, support staff, and administration regarding strategies for student success.
Provide assistance to special education students in regular education classes when appropriate.
Develop and communicate to students and parents the expectations regarding student behavior and related consequences.
Coordinate other services to the student as needed, including but not limited to speech therapy, adapted physical education, occupational therapy.
Schedule annual IEP meetings, or more frequently if needed, coordinating attendance by staff, parents and other applicable agencies.
Make appropriate use of instructional time; maintain an appropriate physical environment and appropriate individual, class, and program records.
Communicate regularly to parents regarding student progress, utilizing means such as parent-teacher conferences, telephone calls, and written documents.
Receive parent requests for information and assistance and respond through conferences, telephone conversations, and written communications.
Encourage parents to provide in-home support.
Improve teaching effectiveness by responding to performance evaluation recommendations and participating in required school and district sponsored in-service activities.
Meet the health care needs of Special Education students by providing toileting and/or personal hygiene assistance.
Other Related Duties:
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Experience:
Successful experience in working with students with disabilities.
Knowledge of:
Learning disabilities and appropriate techniques for teaching students with learning and behavior problems.
Curriculum that is appropriate and effective for student achievement.
Effective classroom management techniques.
Laws and regulations governing special education.
Applicable sections of State Education Code and other applicable state publications, such as curriculum frameworks.
Technology and computer software applications relative to special education services, including database and scheduling programs.
Curriculum, instruction, and assessment processes and how they should operate in an effective school.
California Standards for the Teaching Profession.
Ability to:
Stimulate and motivate students to learn.
Assess student needs and write appropriate IEP objectives.
Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, school personnel, parents, co-workers, and the public.
Communicate effectively in the English language both orally and in writing.
Meet schedules and time lines.
Work independently with appropriate direction.
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
Learn and use technology and computer software applications as appropriate to the work environment.
Use tact, patience, and courtesy when dealing with people.
Possess a California driver's license and be insurable.
Desirable:
Willingness to continue to seek professional development and apply new learning by providing professional development to all employees.
Physical Effort and Work Environment
Physical, mental, and emotional stamina to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position
Mental acuity to collect and interpret data, evaluate, reason, define problems, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, make valid judgments and decisions
Manual dexterity sufficient to write, use the telephone, computer, calculator, and office machines at required speed and accuracy
Vision sufficient to read handwritten and printed materials, and the display screen of various office equipment and machines
Hearing sufficient to communicate in person and hold telephone conversations in normal range (approximately 60 decibels)
Speaking ability in an understandable voice with sufficient volume to be heard in normal conversational distances on the telephone and addressing groups
Physical agility to sit, stand, kneel, walk, push/pull, squat, twist, turn, bend, stoop, and to reach overhead
Physical stamina sufficient to sustain light physical labor for up to 8 hours, sit and/or walk for prolonged periods of time
Physical mobility sufficient to move about the work environment (office, district, school site to site) for sustained periods of time on hard flooring, climb slopes, stairs, ramps, and to respond to emergency situations
Physical strength sufficient to periodically lift and/or carry 40 pounds of materials or supplies; occasionally lift 80 or more pounds with assistance
Occasionally push and/or pull a variety of tools, equipment, or objects weighing 80 or more pounds
Typically indoor work environment.
Requirements for Applying
If you do not hold a California English Learner Authorization, your application may still be considered. However, as part of your employment in the District, you will be required to obtain an English Learner Authorization on your credential by February first of your second year of employment. While in the process of obtaining the English Learner Authorization, you must hold an emergency English Learner Authorization.
ONLY ATTACH TO YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS THAT ARE REQUESTEDIf you encounter any problems with the application process; attaching documents etc., please contact Edjoin directly at 888-900-8945. CNUSD staff does not have access to Edjoin website to diagnose or correct any problems that may be occurring.
Copy of Transcript (Copy of all official transcripts with degrees posted - NO online printouts are acceptable)
Letter of Introduction (Addressed to Dr. Ben Roberts)
Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three current letters - MUST be signed and dated within last three years)
Resume
Test Results/Materials (All exam results: Basic Skills Requirement (i.e. CBEST), CSET or equivalency, etc.)
Education Specialist Instruction Credential - Moderate/Severe (or equivalent) (Detailed credential version)
Requirements for Applying
If you do not hold a California English Learner Authorization, your application may still be considered. However, as part of your employment in the District, you will be required to obtain an English Learner Authorization on your credential by February first of your second year of employment. While in the process of obtaining the English Learner Authorization, you must hold an emergency English Learner Authorization.
ONLY ATTACH TO YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS THAT ARE REQUESTEDIf you encounter any problems with the application process; attaching documents etc., please contact Edjoin directly at 888-900-8945. CNUSD staff does not have access to Edjoin website to diagnose or correct any problems that may be occurring.
Copy of Transcript (Copy of all official transcripts with degrees posted - NO online printouts are acceptable)
Letter of Introduction (Addressed to Dr. Ben Roberts)
Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three current letters - MUST be signed and dated within last three years)
Resume
Test Results/Materials (All exam results: Basic Skills Requirement (i.e. CBEST), CSET or equivalency, etc.)
Education Specialist Instruction Credential - Moderate/Severe (or equivalent) (Detailed credential version)
The Corona-Norco Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education and in employment and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, immigration status, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, parental/marital or family status, primary language, social class, geographical location, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The Board prohibits, at any district school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the protected characteristics named above. (CNUSD BP300, BP1321, BP4190, BP/AR4301, BP5145, BP5146, BP/AR5208)For any concerns or questions regarding discrimination, equity or Title IX, please contact:Cyndy Erman, Coordinator, Human Resources,Corona-Norco Unified School District,2820 Clark Ave.,Norco, CA 92860,(951) 736-5000,cerman@cnusd.k12.ca.us
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