Lindop School District 92
Title: School Social Worker
of a valid credential (type 73 or a candidate possessing a LCSW)
of a Masters Degree in social work
of knowledge of special education programs
to work cooperatively with children and adults
to relate to parents and families Have
quality written, verbal, and organizational skillsMust have knowledge of Special Education Law and Special Education Background
Case Manager Experience
- Must have knowledge of Special Education Programs and Process
To: Director of
Special Services and Principal
Salary: Teacher Salary Schedule
Goal: To enhance the educational and psycho-social development
of all school-age children and to be involved in social action designated to
improve educational and psycho-social conditions for children and families.
Duties & Responsibilities Include:
social work counseling to students.
psycho-social assessment and diagnosis of behavioral disabilities with
in case conferences involving cooperation with other student personnel
workers, school personnel and community agencies.
referral to public or private agencies with appropriate follow-up.
as a liaison between school, family and community resources.
as a source of information regarding community resources.
case history records and prepare reports.
students whose behavior, school progress, or mental or physical impairment
indicate a need for assistance, diagnosing students’ problems and arranging
for needed services.
appropriate school records and provides written reports and
as a resource person in in-service training and planning.
understanding of the IEP process.
in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) process as required.
skills in working with individuals and groups (i.e. initiating individual
or group discussion, listening, clarifying and facilitating interactions
and sharing of ideas).
to prepare social and family histories and cooperates on the formulation
of committee reports.
work case reporting and writing skills.
to counsel students, parents, staff and lay persons individually and in
in conducting effective meetings and conferences (including the resolution
in socio-environmental analysis and diagnosis on problem students.
knowledge of community resources.
in communicating concepts and information accurately orally or in writing,
including formal statistical reports.
to demonstrate effective liaison relationships with parents, schools and
to coordinate activities from many sources for the benefit of an
individual student, and to make arrangements for groups of students.
to aid in program development.
in supervising and motivating school social work interns.
other duties as assigned.
with Rti Interventions and small group SRA reading groups along with experience
in working with data teams.
Duties as Assigned: Assumes
other responsibilities as determined by the Superintendent.
Evaluation: Performance evaluated in accordance with the
provisions of the District Evaluation Plan.