SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER
1. Possess one of the following professional credentials:
a. Graduate degree in School Psychology
b. Graduate degree in Social Work
c. Graduate degree in Special Education with an emphasis in behavior
d. Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a graduate degree in a related field.
2. Missouri licensure and/or certification
3. Specific training and experience in behavior analysis, intervention and positive
4. Certification as an instructor for the Mandt system.
REPORTS TO: Director of Pupil Services
JOB GOAL: Facilitate effective interventions with students who exhibit behaviors which
impact their learning and that of other students.
1. Assist school teams in developing objective problem statements regarding student
2. Collect data to facilitate assessment of the function of the behavior.
3. Propose alternative behaviors and interventions.
4. Model implementation and intervene directly with the student as needed.
5. Facilitate monitoring of response to intervention with targeted behaviors.
6. Collaborate with other specialists and support staff in addressing problems with student
7. Comply with IDEA process requirements as applicable.
8. Demonstrate effective human relations and communication skills.
9. Comply with good safety practices.
10. Comply with all district rules, regulations, and policies.
11. Other duties/responsibilities deemed necessary may be assigned.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Nine and one half month year. Salary and work year to be
established by the Board.
EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with
provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Professional