Geary County USD 475
Early Childhood Special Education Teacher
*Kansas Teaching Certificate
*Early Childhood Handicapped certification
*Flexibility in schedule (some evening hours required)
*Compute/Word Processing skills
*Strong interpersonal skills/collaborative skills
Director of Special Education, Building Principals
To provide Early Childhood Special Education services to
children ages 3-5 with developmental delays or disabilities
and their families through an interagency, home, and
community based service delivery model, and to ensure that
the educational needs of the child are addressed.
The ECSE Home Based/Community Teacher will provide services
to children and their families both directly and on a
Ability to maintain regular and good work
attendance and come to work on time.
Ability to work constructively and
cooperatively with others.
Ability to respond to information requests
in a courteous, timely and helpful manner.
Ability to manage job responsibilities while
meeting established deadlines.
Ability to access, input, and retrieve
information from a computer.
Ability to maintain
confidentiality of student and staff information.
The physical demands described here are
representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals
with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The employee performing the duties of this
position is frequently required to walk, sit, talk, hear, bend,
stoop, and reach.
The employee may be occasionally required to
manually lift, move, or carry up to 35 pounds.
The employee is required to interact with staff
and meet the demands of several different people.
The employee is responsible for the work output
The employee occasionally works extended
Vision abilities required by this job include
close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and the
ability to adjust focus.
Prepare and distribute
brochures/posters to local agencies/businesses,
coordinating with the local Interagency Coordinating
Council members when possible.
Promote the program throughout
the community by contacting and addressing, formally and
informally, various community and professional
organizations/agencies. Obtain community funding,
assistance and support.
Responsible for intake duties
(completion of necessary forms) and referring families to
appropriate service providers. Responsible for
coordinating necessary services through the development of
an IEP. Ultimate goal being to provide services in a
least restrictive environment as possible.
multi-disciplinary IEP's in collaboration with the staffing
Assist with the development
implementation and monitoring of the individual education
Participate in professional
Facilitate students transition
to an appropriate program.
Meet regularly with other ECSE
staff to collaboratively process cases and services.
Other duties as
Determined by placement on teacher salary schedule.
Job performance will be evaluated a minimum of 1 time per