SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER for SEVERELY HANDICAPPED ADULT PROGRAM (students aged 18-22 years) - RISING SUN TRANSITION TO SUCCESS at Patterson Joint Unified School District | EDJOIN

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SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER for SEVERELY HANDICAPPED ADULT PROGRAM (students aged 18-22 years) - RISING SUN TRANSITION TO SUCCESS at Patterson Joint Unified School District

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Job Information

Date Posted: 5/16/2017 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 185 days
Salary: $51,570 - $85,128 for fully qualified teachers. $49,333 to $60,521 for intern teachers. In addition, District pays $667 monthly CAP for benefits. Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Stephanie Days Email: sdays@patterson.k12.ca.us
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EXPERIENCE: Year for year credit given up to 14 years for public school teaching experience
STIPEND: $1,000 stipend given for National Board Certification
STIPEND: 3% stipend given for fully credentialed Special Education teachers
STIPEND: $2,578 stipend for Masters & $2,578 for Doctorate
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
SPECIAL DAY SEVERELY HANDICAPPED TRANSITION (AGES 18-22) TEACHER DEFINITION: To provide transition planning and instruction for assigned pupils. EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: • Maintain accurate and complete student IEP records. • Conduct IEP’s in accordance with established timelines. • Prepares reports on adult students and teacher activities, as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations. • Teach socially acceptable behavior, employing techniques such as behavior modification and positive reinforcement. • Establish and enforce rules for behavior and policies and procedures to maintain order among students. • Confer with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers, and professionals to develop individual educational plans designed to promote students' educational, physical, functional, and social development. • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in one or more subjects such as English, Mathematics, Social Skills, Functional Skills, Career Education, and Daily Life Skills. • Teach personal development skills such as goal setting, independence, and self-advocacy. • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to adult students. • Develop and implement strategies to meet the needs of adult students with a variety of handicapping conditions. • Modify the education curriculum for special-needs adult students, based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies. • Meet with other professionals to discuss individual students' needs, progress and transition planning. • Coordinate placement of students with special needs into community environments based on student ability and interest. • Observe and evaluate students' academic performance, behavior, social development, and physical health. • Monitor teachers and teacher assistants to ensure that they adhere to inclusive special education program requirements. • Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments to evaluate students' progress. • Instruct students in daily living skills required for independent maintenance and self-sufficiency, such as hygiene, safety, and food preparation. • Meet with parents and guardians to provide guidance in using community resources, and to teach skills for dealing with students' impairments. • Instruct and monitor students in the use and care of equipment and materials, in order to prevent injuries and damage. • Use computers, audiovisual aids, and other equipment and materials to supplement presentations. • Administer standardized ability and achievement tests, and interpret results to determine present levels of performance. ADJUNCT DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: • Collaborate with other teachers and administrators in the development, evaluation, and revision of secondary transition programs. • Attend professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops to maintain and improve professional competence. • Select, store, order, issue, and inventory classroom equipment, materials, and supplies. • Perform administrative duties such as assisting in school libraries, hall and cafeteria monitoring, and bus loading and unloading. • Provide assistive devices, supportive technology, and assistance accessing such devices. • Provide interpretation and transcription of regular classroom materials. • Plans and coordinates the work of instructional assistants and other professionals in the delivery of services. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Educational/credential: Posses or qualifies for a valid California Moderate/Severe specialist credential or eligible for an internship. Preferred experience: 1. Maintaining Department of Rehabilitation contract logs. 2. Supervision of SH adults in a country school setting. 3. Facilitating job searches in the surrounding community. 4. The ability to work with a variety of support personnel. 5. Responsible and self motivated. 6. Prefer 3-5 years of Transition experience. SUPERVISION: Works under the supervision of the principal or designated Administrator.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Valid California Moderate/Severe Credential with CLAD or EL Authorization and Autism Authorization. District will consider fully qualified interns. You MUST submit your Intern Eligibility letter from the college for proof of your credential and the letter must also state that the program has EL authorization.

Online application only. In order for your application to be considered complete you must attach all required documents. District does not accept emailed or faxed documents. If you should experience problems, please contact the system administrator - Edjoin. There is a phone number and an email tab on their web site for contact information. I suggest that you check the status of your application after you apply to verify that it was either “Submitted” or “Not Submitted.” It is your responsibility to confirm that your application has been submitted.

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy (If your credential does not have EL or autism authorization, please submit your certificates. Scan your actual credential that has the authorization codes and not the certificate. Interns must submit verification letter from college stating that you are intern eligible.)
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three recent letters)
  • NCLB Compliance (Proof of Subject Matter in Elementary Curriculum)
  • Resume


    Valid California Moderate/Severe Credential with CLAD or EL Authorization and Autism Authorization. District will consider fully qualified interns. You MUST submit your Intern Eligibility letter from the college for proof of your credential and the letter must also state that the program has EL authorization.

    Online application only. In order for your application to be considered complete you must attach all required documents. District does not accept emailed or faxed documents. If you should experience problems, please contact the system administrator - Edjoin. There is a phone number and an email tab on their web site for contact information. I suggest that you check the status of your application after you apply to verify that it was either “Submitted” or “Not Submitted.” It is your responsibility to confirm that your application has been submitted.

    • Copy of Transcript
    • Credential Copy (If your credential does not have EL or autism authorization, please submit your certificates. Scan your actual credential that has the authorization codes and not the certificate. Interns must submit verification letter from college stating that you are intern eligible.)
    • Letter of Introduction
    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three recent letters)
    • NCLB Compliance (Proof of Subject Matter in Elementary Curriculum)
    • Resume

      Comments and Other Information

      Our District, which is located in Stanislaus County, is an exemplary school district seeking highly qualified and motivated teachers.

      Comments and Other Information


      Our District, which is located in Stanislaus County, is an exemplary school district seeking highly qualified and motivated teachers.

       


      Application Deadline

      Until Filled

      Date Posted

      5/16/2017

      Contact

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      $51,570 - $85,128 for fully qualified teachers. $49,333 to $60,521 for intern teachers. In addition, District pays $667 monthly CAP for benefits.

      Length of Work Year

      185 days

      Employment Type

      Full Time

      EXPERIENCE:

      Year for year credit given up to 14 years for public school teaching experience

      STIPEND:

      $1,000 stipend given for National Board Certification

      STIPEND:

      3% stipend given for fully credentialed Special Education teachers

      STIPEND:

      $2,578 stipend for Masters & $2,578 for Doctorate