Resource Teacher at Lakeside Joint School District | EDJOIN

Although there are school closures across the country due to COVID-19 virus, we will continue to work and provide email support for all systems.

We are updating our password policy. As part of our ongoing focus on keeping your account secure, EDJOIN is implementing strong password requirements enhancements. In the coming days, you will be prompted to choose a new password. If you need assistance, please contact the EDJOIN Helpdesk.

 

Back To Search Results Page

Resource Teacher at Lakeside Joint School District

Lakeside Joint School District Logo

Job Information

Date Posted: 4/21/2021 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 184
Salary: Please see the district salary schedule Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Shama Marshall Email: smarshall@lakesidelosgatos.org
Phone: 4083542372

Job Summary

Job Summary

Lakeside Elementary School continues to improve and increase our inclusive practices and capactity to serve all students in the least restrictive setting. Lakeside teachers are expected to be of the highest quality who continue to grow professionally and lead by example in their day to day interactions with students, staff and the larger community. The Resource Specialist Program (RSP) Teacher will provide individualized instruction and support to students with special needs, along with an RTI program at our elementary school, co-teach and collaborate with their general education peers and will report to the Superintendent/Principal.

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

This position requires a valid California Education Specialist Credential for Mild to Moderate Disabilities, an Autism Spectrum Disorder Authorization, English learners authorization and NCLB compliance for multiple subjects.

  • Credential Copy
  • English Learner Authorization
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (minimum of two current letters)
  • NCLB Compliance (Certificate of Compliance or CSET Results for Multiple Subjects)
  • Resume

Job Overview

Lakeside Elementary School continues to improve and increase our inclusive practices and capactity to serve all students in the least restrictive setting. Lakeside teachers are expected to be of the highest quality who continue to grow professionally and lead by example in their day to day interactions with students, staff and the larger community. The Resource Specialist Program (RSP) Teacher will provide individualized instruction and support to students with special needs, along with an RTI program at our elementary school, co-teach and collaborate with their general education peers and will report to the Superintendent/Principal.

Essential Functions

  • Provide individualized instruction and support to students with special needs;
  • Support general education teachers and administrators to implement appropriate strategies to meet the needs of student with IEPs;
  • Manage compliance of accommodations and modifications for students with IEPs in the general education classroom and during Special Education service time;
  • Provide accommodated testing conditions for classroom and standardized testing;
  • Administer informal academic assessments;
  • Administer formal academic assessments (if needed);
  • Analyze assessment results to drive and inform instruction and IEP development;
  • Develop and implement appropriate behavior management techniques for students with special needs;
  • Ensure student achievement and progress towards IEP goals;
  • Complete progress reports in accordance with district guidelines;
  • Collaborate with Special Education Instructional Assistants to meet the individual needs of student(s);
  • Provide information on student baseline and progress;
  • Write present levels based on Lakeside Joint School District guidelines;
  • Create and maintain Special Education documentation as required by federal state and district regulations;
  • Manage IEPs in SIRAS;
  • Ensure IEP timeline compliance of assigned caseload;
  • Collaborate and develop relationships with outside providers to ensure students receive all prescribed services in their IEPs (i.e. Occupational Therapy, Language and Speech, etc.);
  • Attend and present information regarding student progress in IEP meetings in a collaborative and professional manner;
  • Develop positive relationships with parents and families to engage them in the IEP process;
  • Participate in parent conferences of students on assigned caseload;
  • Influence the RTI process and participate in SST meetings (if needed);
  • Assist in the implementation of 504 plans (if needed);
  • Assist with the development and provision of ongoing professional development for general and Special Education staff;
  • Maintain knowledge of current Special Education regulations and best practices; and
  • Other duties/RTI projects assigned by Superintendent/Principal.

Qualifications and Desired Characteristics

  • Possession of a valid Level I or Level II Education Specialist (Mild/Moderate) credential;
  • Possession of a Bachelors Degree from an accredited institution of higher learning;
  • Demonstrated success teaching students from educationally underserved areas;
  • Two years of successful, full time teaching experience in Special Education preferred;
  • Possession of either BCLAD or CLAD certification is highly desirable;
  • Sound organizational, planning, and implementation skills;
  • Ability to communicate and interact effectively with multiple constituencies;
  • Excellent written, communication and presentation skills;
  • High proficiency in spreadsheet, presentation, word processing, and email;
  • Initiative, leadership and tenacity;
  • Able to stay positive through challenges;
  • Detail-oriented team player willing to roll up sleeves and get the job done;
  • A person of integrity and commitment to the school. 

Salary & Benefits

This is a 1.0 FTE, exempt position. The district will offer a competitive salary depending on experience and qualifications.

To Apply

Lakeside Joint School District is committed to hiring a diverse and multicultural staff, and encourages applicants from traditionally under-represented backgrounds. The district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnic origin, or any other reason prohibited by state or federal law.

 

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

This position requires a valid California Education Specialist Credential for Mild to Moderate Disabilities, an Autism Spectrum Disorder Authorization, English learners authorization and NCLB compliance for multiple subjects. Credential Copy English Learner Authorization Letter of Introduction Letter(s) of Recommendation (minimum of two current letters) NCLB Compliance (Certificate of Compliance or CSET Results for Multiple Subjects) Resume



      This position requires a valid California Education Specialist Credential for Mild to Moderate Disabilities, an Autism Spectrum Disorder Authorization, English learners authorization and NCLB compliance for multiple subjects. Credential Copy English Learner Authorization Letter of Introduction Letter(s) of Recommendation (minimum of two current letters) NCLB Compliance (Certificate of Compliance or CSET Results for Multiple Subjects) Resume

           


          Application Deadline

          Until Filled

          Date Posted

          4/21/2021

          Contact

          Shama Marshall
          4083542372

          Number of Openings

          1

          Salary

          Please see the district salary schedule

          Length of Work Year

          184

          Employment Type

          Full Time