Teachers: Special Education - Jerome School District Schools - see list

Jerome School District #261
Job Description
Certified Positions open for the 2021-2022 school year
Assignment Description Location
TCHR - SPECIAL EDUCATION JEROME HIGH SCHOOL
       
TCHR - SPECIAL EDUCATION                          JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Certified Teacher
Instruct pupils in assigned subject matter as specified in state law and regulations/procedures of the school district.
Position is 190 days per year, 7.75 hours per day with comprehensive benefit package.

See Jerome School District Web Site for more information application process: www.jeromeschools.org - Employment Opportunities

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  1. Classroom, students, paraprofessionals as assigned by Building Principal and/or Director of Special Education
PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
  1. Valid Idaho Certificate with Standard Exceptional Child Endorsement.
  2. Documentation (HOUSSE Rubric and/or Praxis Exam) of Highly Qualified for the position. 
  3. Ability to perform duties in accordance with general educational ethical requirements of the Jerome School District and the State Department of Education
 
DUTIES AND RESPONISBILITIES
  1. Maintain accurate special education records according to IDEA.
  2. Meet and instruct students at designated times and locations.
  3. Establish and maintain standards of student behavior.
  4. Maintain the physical environment of the classroom for organization and presentation purposes.
  5. Maintain inventory of equipment and supplies.
  6. Follow curriculum, instruction and assessment practices as approved by the Board of Trustees.
  7. Plan curriculum, lessons, special education programs and teaching methods to facilitate the education of children with learning, emotional, and behavioral needs while utilizing consultation, inclusion, group instruction and individual learning systems.
  8. Evaluate student progress based on student work, test scores, observation and experience; communicate the findings to everyone involved with the child and suggest alterative diagnosis as necessary.
  9. Participate in case conferences concerning individual students and maintain all required records.
  10. Participate in curriculum, developmental programs and student activities.
  11. Complete appropriate reporting requirements in a timely manner.
  12. Evaluate and suggest revisions to the program, as needed.
  13. Any other duties as directed by the Building Administrator and/or Director of Special Education.
  14. Case manage IEP processes.
  15. Follow district and state special education guidelines and procedures.
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