Applicant must be licensed: K-12 Intervention Specialist/Education of Handicapped - Moderate to Severe
1. Valid driver's license.
2. Appropriate State of Ohio teaching certification.
3. Professional tact, diplomacy and presentation with administrators, staff, teachers, students, parents and the community.
4. Conscientious and assumes responsibility for own work performance.
5. Good health, high moral character and good attendance record.
6. Demonstrate enthusiasm and a sincere desire to aid all students.
Direct and evaluate the learning experience of the special eduation students in all activities sponsored by the district. Enable the students to reach their fullest physical, emotional, psychological and behavioral potential.
1. Maintain anecdotal records of student behavioral and academic activities as required by district policy; maintain professional ethics, and communicate on a regular biasis with parents and teachers.
2. Perform all duties as required of general staff in the building.
3. Provide a basic core program for students consistent with Ohio Department of Education, Educating Operating Standards serving exceptional children.
4. Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development.
5. Administer the classroom and its program of organization and management. Discipline and control should be maintained at all times with those whom the teacher is charged with supervising.
6. Develop teaching materials, instructional methods and lesson plans each day with emphasis on individualized instruction and IEP goals and objectives.
7. Assist the school psychologists with placement recommendations and testing procedures.
8. Assess students’ academic and social/behavioral needs continuously; develop goals and objectives based per state timelines upon said needs and evaluate students’ attainment of said objectives.
9. Participate in planned placements, parent and annual review conferences when scheduled.
10. Make special efforts, which may include home visits, parent conferences and written reports, to keep parents informed.
11. Provide career information and transition services throughout all grade levels.
12. Implement behavior modification techniques as needed in order to promote positive behavior patterns in a fair and consistent manner.
13. Cooperate and collaborate with other classroom teachers in the sharing of students and Co-teaching where appropriate.
14. Keep attendance records, class lists, quarterly progress notes and all other records pertinent to the program.
15. Provide in-service to school personnel for purposes of explaining programs, services and/or student needs.
16. Attend county, district and faculty meetings (seminars, conferences, workshops, etc.) as adopted in the district calendar.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Serve as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, intelligent human beings.
2. Help instill in students the belief in and practice of ethical principals and democratic values.
3. Conduct other duties related to the teacher’s duties as assigned by the principal and/or Director of Pupil Services.