TuscBDD Job Listings

Preschool Teacher


Deadline: May 31, 2019
Salary: To be determined.

Job Summary:

Under direct supervision of the Starlight School Principal: assesses levels and needs of students and participates in the development of Individual Education Plans in accordance with applicable sections of the Ohio Administrative Code; plans and implements instructional programs and provides instruction to students with or at risk for developmental delays or those developing typically who have not attained compulsory school age and are eligible for such services; provides direction and training to assigned classroom assistants, aides and/or volunteers; provides consultation to parents/caregivers; prepares and maintains required reports and records; attends and/or conducts meetings, inservices and conferences.

Qualifications:

Bachelor Degree in Special Education; must hold an Intervention Specialist credential  through the Ohio Department of
Education and have an Early Childhood Special credential with a teaching field of Intervention Specialist P-3;
must hold and maintain a current valid driver’s license; must maintain
insurability with automobile insurance carriers; must be able to operate a Hoyer lift;
must acquire and maintain Board approved first aid and CPR certification and crisis
prevention/intervention training; must complete forty hours of on-line Registered
Behavior Technician training within the first year of employment.

 


Expectations:



Job Description:

Plans and implements instructional programs and notes progress on program goals and/or objectives in accordance with the Individual Education Plans of assigned students.
Assesses the educational needs of assigned students.
Provides educational guidance to parents/guardians/caregivers of assigned students through effective formal and informal conferences.
Carries out assigned duties related to the general welfare of the students (e.g., safety precautions, self-help needs, positioning, feeding, assisting students on/off transportation vehicles, etc.), including the lifting of students and equipment.
Maintains appropriate records and files on individuals served, completes forms and reports as required and ensures the confidentiality of all such information.
Participates as an interdisciplinary team member in making recommendations for educational program goals, instructional objectives and methods of instruction in the IEP’s of assigned students.
Provides direction and training to assigned classroom assistants, 1on1 aides and/or volunteers.
Attends, conducts and/or participates in placement conferences, staffings, meetings, assigned committees, inservices and parent-teacher conferences/home visits.
Manages the record keeping related to the classroom.
Assists in program planning, public relations activities and with special projects and events, including the transportation of students to and from other locations, where applicable.
Submits supply/equipment requests for approval in a timely manner, makes purchases when appropriate and assures that educational equipment is properly maintained.
Demonstrates the ability to function effectively as a member of an instructional team within the classroom and other instructional settings.
Fosters and supports the philosophy and activities related to self-determination.
Demonstrates verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to collect data, prepare reports on student progress and to maintain an appropriate rapport with students, families, co-workers and others.
Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.
Follows applicable laws, rules, regulations, standards and Board policies and procedures.
Carries out related duties as requested.


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