REPORTS TO: Executive Directors of Special Education, Director of Compliance
The Compliance Coordinator, in collaboration with the Assistant Superintendent, Executive Directors, Director of Compliance and the district's Compliance Consultant ,will ensure that the paperwork and workflow facilitation as outlined in the state monitoring report are addressed in a comprehensive, systematic and sustainable way. The coordinator will work closely with the special education team to develop and implement processing policies and procedures, align systems and data, and monitor adherence to these. The Compliance Coordinator will work closely with the IEP Compliance Monitors both in Central Office and in the schools.
• In collaboration with special education administration, coordinates and/or develops and implements processing policies and procedures that align with compliance of regulations
• Assists in the analysis and monitoring of data related to service delivery, IEPs, sharing of information and response to complaints
• Works with OTM and administration in developing Professional Development as outlined in the State Response of 11/11
• Assists in implementation of guidelines and procedures associated with the PPT/ IEP process.
• Assists in special education data collection for state reporting.
• Support data collection and assist schools in monitoring instructional adjustments for identified students when appropriate, as part of the Audit Team
• Communicates with Compliance Consultant.
• Works in conjunction with central office and attorneys regarding legal cases as requested.
• Performs other duties as appropriate to the position as requested by the Executive Directors of Special Education
• Bachelors Degree in Policy Development/Organization with a minimum five (5) years experience in policy development, educational reform, accountability programs
• Experience in design in policy implementation
• Demonstrated up-to-date familiarity with developments and trends in special education, student support services, and inclusive best practices.
• Familiarity with national, state, and local curriculum standards and framework.
• Demonstrated experience in utilizing research-based strategies.
• Demonstrated quality leadership ability through past performance.
• Demonstrated capacity to work well with others.
• Computer proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook).
• Excellent communication skills (oral and written).
• High standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity.
• Expertise in utilization and implementation of SEAS.
• Have clear understanding of Revisions under IDEA 2004.
SALARY AND TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Salary Grid: C 525 ($64,218 - $77,347) 2009-2010
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: All internal and external applicants must submit an online application.
To apply, go to: http://www.applitrack.com/hartford/onlineapp/
Or go to www.hartfordschools.org and follow the appropriate link.
An Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/V/D