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Special Education Preschool Teacher ECSE 2016/17 at Burlingame School District

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Job Information

Date Posted: 6/29/2016 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 10-Month Calendar
Salary: For 2016/17: $52,137 (class 1, step 1) to $77,295, (class 4, step 8) to start - placement is based on experience. Class 4 has 12 steps total, with Longevities up to step 20. Intern pay, see comments. Additional $1000 for masters. Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Victoria Ouye Email: vouye@burlingameschools.org
Phone: 650-259-3810

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Education Specialist/ECSE. EL certification required.

Edjoin Certificated Application; Letter of Intent; Resume; 3 Signed Letters of Reference; Copy of Credential (s).



      Education Specialist/ECSE. EL certification required.

      Edjoin Certificated Application; Letter of Intent; Resume; 3 Signed Letters of Reference; Copy of Credential (s).

          Comments and Other Information

          Position: Special Education SDC Preschool Teacher ECSE Definition: Under the supervision of the Director of Special Education, the SDC Preschool Teacher will provide specialized academic instruction utilizing appropriate strategies to identified students with moderate to severe learning disabilities Essential Functions and Job duties Any one position may not include all of the listed duties nor do all of the listed examples include all the tasks that may be found in positions within this classification • Familiar with early childhood development including social-emotional, language, physical and school readiness • Provide students with specialized instruction based on their identified needs • Monitors student progress using data that reflects students performance on his or her IEP goals; adjusts instruction as needed • Schedules IEPs within expected timelines • Completes all IEP paperwork in a timely and accurate manner • Prepare and maintain student records • Acts as a case manager for assigned students • Familiar with state preschool framework • Plan, design and implement a comprehensive standards-based curriculum • Ensure proper implementation of educational programs including designing and implementing behavior supports, sensory strategies and other interventions to support student learning • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with parents, general education teachers and other service providers and agencies • Communicate effectively with team members, staff and agency representatives • Demonstrate knowledge of special education law and well as SELPA and District policies and procedures • Participate in professional development and maintain a high level of professional competence • Establish and maintain a safe, orderly and child-centered classroom • Perform other duties normally required to be performed by certificated employees as adjunct to the regular teaching assignment • Willingness to toilet train Qualifications Any combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates ability to perform the duties and responsibilities as described Experience and Education Valid California Education Specialist/ECSE credential (Early Childhood Special Education) Knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis Principles (ABA) and the ability to implement behavior programs Other requirements Valid California drivers license and evidence of insurance Physical demands Ability to lift up to 30 pounds. To apply, please complete district Edjoin application and attach Letter of Intent, Resume, Copy of Credential(s). *Interns without another current credential will come in at $48,150. They may be moved, after completion of the internship, to the salary column that is appropriate, effective the beginning of the next school year.

          Comments and Other Information


          Position: Special Education SDC Preschool Teacher ECSE Definition: Under the supervision of the Director of Special Education, the SDC Preschool Teacher will provide specialized academic instruction utilizing appropriate strategies to identified students with moderate to severe learning disabilities Essential Functions and Job duties Any one position may not include all of the listed duties nor do all of the listed examples include all the tasks that may be found in positions within this classification • Familiar with early childhood development including social-emotional, language, physical and school readiness • Provide students with specialized instruction based on their identified needs • Monitors student progress using data that reflects students performance on his or her IEP goals; adjusts instruction as needed • Schedules IEPs within expected timelines • Completes all IEP paperwork in a timely and accurate manner • Prepare and maintain student records • Acts as a case manager for assigned students • Familiar with state preschool framework • Plan, design and implement a comprehensive standards-based curriculum • Ensure proper implementation of educational programs including designing and implementing behavior supports, sensory strategies and other interventions to support student learning • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with parents, general education teachers and other service providers and agencies • Communicate effectively with team members, staff and agency representatives • Demonstrate knowledge of special education law and well as SELPA and District policies and procedures • Participate in professional development and maintain a high level of professional competence • Establish and maintain a safe, orderly and child-centered classroom • Perform other duties normally required to be performed by certificated employees as adjunct to the regular teaching assignment • Willingness to toilet train Qualifications Any combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates ability to perform the duties and responsibilities as described Experience and Education Valid California Education Specialist/ECSE credential (Early Childhood Special Education) Knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis Principles (ABA) and the ability to implement behavior programs Other requirements Valid California drivers license and evidence of insurance Physical demands Ability to lift up to 30 pounds. To apply, please complete district Edjoin application and attach Letter of Intent, Resume, Copy of Credential(s). *Interns without another current credential will come in at $48,150. They may be moved, after completion of the internship, to the salary column that is appropriate, effective the beginning of the next school year.

           


          Application Deadline

          Until Filled

          Date Posted

          6/29/2016

          Contact

          Victoria Ouye
          650-259-3810

          Number of Openings

          1

          Salary

          For 2016/17: $52,137 (class 1, step 1) to $77,295, (class 4, step 8) to start - placement is based on experience. Class 4 has 12 steps total, with Longevities up to step 20. Intern pay, see comments. Additional $1000 for masters.

          Length of Work Year

          10-Month Calendar

          Employment Type

          Full Time