Full-time, 35 hours/week, 181 days per school year and 22 hours/week, four weeks extended into summer
- Provide behavioral and academic support for assigned student throughout the day
- Implement IEP goals as directed by the Special Education teacher and psychologist
- Attend related services sessions with student (ex., Speech, OT, PT) and reinforce work in these goal areas
- Work with other specialists and parents to implement additional programs, including specified goals and objectives
- Maintain accurate data and graphing on all designated programs
- Plan and implement all aspects of systematic instructional sequences within self-contained classroom, inclusive environments, and typical peer opportunities
- Provide reports of data and student progress as deemed necessary by teacher or psychologist
- Meet with team members on regular basis
- Attend staff meetings
- Attend trainings related to program development, behavior programming, etc.
- Bachelor's Degree in Special Education or related field
- Training and experience in Applied Behavior Analysis techniques
- Demonstrate knowledge of special education practices, including as they relate to Autism
- Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Must be flexible, creative, and demonstrate strong organizaiton skills
- Must be highly motivated and self-directed
Salary & Benefits: Appropriate step of Non-Certified Contract, Behavior Therapist. Full benefits.
Applications will only be accepted online at the district Website: www.er9.org and must include a formal letter of application, resume, and three letters of recommendation.
A direct link to the application page is http://www.applitrack.com/er9/onlineapp/
For further information, please contact:
Pat Roszko, Director of Special Services
Region 9 School District
The Region 9 Board of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer.