Special Education Teacher - Resource Specialist Program (.60 FTE) at Nevada County Superintendent of Schools (NCSOS)

Application Deadline

10/29/2023 12:00 AM Pacific

Date Posted
5/15/2023
Contact
Sara Cory
530-478-6400 x2064
Number of Openings
1

Add'l Salary Info

Starting annual salary is $59,087 - $83,907 (step 1-11 DOE), prorated by FTE (Salary schedule has 25 steps; with a salary of $105,771 at step 25)
Length of Work Year
185 days. Itinerant position.
Employment Type
Part Time

Start Date:

2023/24 Schoo

Worksite Location:

Earle Jamieson Educational Options in Nevada City, CA

Master's Stipend:

$1,398 annually

Health Benefit Cap (monthly cap prorated by FTE) :

Monthly cap for 1.0 FTE: Emp only= $940.00, Emp +1= $1,617.00, Emp + Fam= $2,040

Retirement:

CalSTRS, does not contribute to Social Security

Weekly Hours:

21 Hours per week

About the Employer

Welcome to Nevada County Superintendent of Schools – where your passion for education meets exceptional opportunities! As a vital part of our NCSOS organization, you'll find a diverse range of rewarding job opportunities that contribute to the success of multiple school districts and charter schools across the county. Our mission is to provide exemplary countywide leadership, facilitation, and support to create, sustain, and encourage high-quality educational programs for all students. With a commitment to high academic standards, safe and engaging learning environments, and fostering community partnerships, we are dedicated to preparing students for a future of success. Join a team that values hard work, offers career growth opportunities, and takes pride in creating a workplace that people are excited to be a part of. Nevada County Superintendent of Schools is the County Office of Education for Western Nevada County, California. We are a rural community located in the heart of the Sierra Foothills, situated between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe. Nevada County is a vibrant community that is ranked highly for its quality of life and offers a picturesque setting for both work and leisure. If you're passionate about making a difference in education, NCSOS is the golden opportunity you've been looking for!

Job Summary

Job Summary

The Resource Specialist will work within the John Muir Charter School Alternative Education Program to provide Special Education services to students currently enrolled in that individualized program. Typically, students are middle school to high school-aged.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Only complete EdJoin applications with all the required attachments will be considered.

  • Credential Copy (Enter your SSN into the application field to upload your CA credential directly from CTC or upload a copy of your credential to your application)
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three (3) letters written within the last three (3) years)
  • Resume


  • Education Specialist Instruction Credential - Mild/Moderate
  •      OR  Education Specialist Instruction Credential - Physical and Health Impairments
         OR  Provisional Internship Permit - Mild/Moderate
         OR  Provisional Internship Permit - Mild/Moderate
         OR  Short-Term Staff Permit - Mild/Moderate
         OR  Specialist Instruction in Special Education - Learning Handicapped

Only complete EdJoin applications with all the required attachments will be considered.

  • Credential Copy (Enter your SSN into the application field to upload your CA credential directly from CTC or upload a copy of your credential to your application)
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three (3) letters written within the last three (3) years)
  • Resume


  • Education Specialist Instruction Credential - Mild/Moderate
  •      OR  Education Specialist Instruction Credential - Physical and Health Impairments
         OR  Provisional Internship Permit - Mild/Moderate
         OR  Provisional Internship Permit - Mild/Moderate
         OR  Short-Term Staff Permit - Mild/Moderate
         OR  Specialist Instruction in Special Education - Learning Handicapped

Comments and Other Information

Requires a valid California Teaching Credential in Special Education that authorizes serving as a Resource Specialist. There are several credential options: Resource Specialist Added Authorization; Education Specialist Instruction Credential in mild/mod, mod/severe, deaf and hard of hearing, physical impairments and visual impairments are qualifying documents.

Comments and Other Information


Requires a valid California Teaching Credential in Special Education that authorizes serving as a Resource Specialist. There are several credential options: Resource Specialist Added Authorization; Education Specialist Instruction Credential in mild/mod, mod/severe, deaf and hard of hearing, physical impairments and visual impairments are qualifying documents.