Resource Teacher at Our Community School

Application Deadline

1/8/2024 11:55 PM Pacific

Date Posted
12/4/2023
Contact
Lynn Izakowitz
818-350-5000 235
Number of Openings
1
Salary
Pay Range
$56,500 - $90,000 Annually

Add'l Salary Info

competitive scale, starting at $56,500
Length of Work Year
10.5 months
Employment Type
Full and Part Time

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

CA Special Ed Credential or Education Specialist Credential

Moderate to Severe authorizations; ELA Authorization; also need copies of CBEST and CSET test results and other tests taken to obtain credential

  • Certification
  •      OR Certification

    CA Special Ed Credential or Education Specialist Credential

    Moderate to Severe authorizations; ELA Authorization; also need copies of CBEST and CSET test results and other tests taken to obtain credential

    • Certification
    •      OR Certification

      Comments and Other Information

      JOB DESCRIPTION: This OCS employee is responsible for providing curriculum support systems for students, teachers, and administrators in the area of both general and special education. This person will be the Case Manager for up to 28 students for full-time employees or up to 17 students for part-time employees who have been identified with an educational eligibility that requires special education supports/services and work alongside the general education faculty, staff, and administration to provide support/services for students at OCS. Duties of this position include but are not limited to: 1. Planning: - Assist with the implementation of IEP goals/objectives and follow-up; ensuring consistency with Our Community School’s educational philosophy and service delivery. - Continue professional growth through participation in defined professional growth opportunities. - Work with staff for the purpose of planning and developing appropriate instruction for students with IEPs and other students as needed. - Implement and train other employees in the school-adopted alternate curriculum as needed - Attend related IEP or SSPT meetings. 2. Providing/Implementing Support: - Assist with the selection and production of instructional materials and appropriate supplementary supplies. - Model appropriate classroom strategies for colleagues and students. - Lead point person for the writing of the IEP document on the Welligent System 3. Communicating: - Communicate/Coordinate the educational efforts for students with IEPs to the SPED coordinator and classroom teachers. - Demonstrate effective communication skills with all colleagues and parents. - Create and provide timelines, calendars, and schedules as requested. - Communicate with parents, teachers, and Assistant Principal as requested on the progress of students 4. Administration/Servicing/Reporting - Assess students in the area of academics for initial and re-evaluation IEP meetings; work with other school service providers, including but not limited to School Nursing, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Language and Speech Therapists, Adaptive Physical Education Therapists, etc to determine level of service and need for students - Complete all related mandated pages of the IEP in the Welligent System. - Complete appropriate reports for SPED students as mandated, including but not limited to service tracking, progress reporting, and timeline compliance on all assessment plans - Deliver Resource Support as specified in the IEP as specified in the active IEP document. - Provide an analysis of student’s progress using performance data as mandated for all students with an active IEP. - Provide an analysis of the effectiveness of the service delivery model and make professional and realistic recommendations to the IEP team. - Complete appropriate reports in the area of special education to ensure compliance for OCS, including monthly service logs (due the first week of each month for the previous month), goal sheet progress reports, Welligent 300p Service Reports, and any other related mandates that may come up during the year. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Valid California teacher certificate in the area of Special Education. 2. Specialized training related to the position. 3. Must be fluent with the Welligent Tracking System. 4. Must be knowledgeable in Federal Laws as related to Special Education. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Experience in teaching in a project-based learning environment - Skill in conflict resolution strategies and behavior management - Training in Unique Curriculum, Amplify, Go Math and/or Reveal Math, B-SET (Behavior Safety-Care, Emergency Training).

      Comments and Other Information


      JOB DESCRIPTION: This OCS employee is responsible for providing curriculum support systems for students, teachers, and administrators in the area of both general and special education. This person will be the Case Manager for up to 28 students for full-time employees or up to 17 students for part-time employees who have been identified with an educational eligibility that requires special education supports/services and work alongside the general education faculty, staff, and administration to provide support/services for students at OCS. Duties of this position include but are not limited to: 1. Planning: - Assist with the implementation of IEP goals/objectives and follow-up; ensuring consistency with Our Community School’s educational philosophy and service delivery. - Continue professional growth through participation in defined professional growth opportunities. - Work with staff for the purpose of planning and developing appropriate instruction for students with IEPs and other students as needed. - Implement and train other employees in the school-adopted alternate curriculum as needed - Attend related IEP or SSPT meetings. 2. Providing/Implementing Support: - Assist with the selection and production of instructional materials and appropriate supplementary supplies. - Model appropriate classroom strategies for colleagues and students. - Lead point person for the writing of the IEP document on the Welligent System 3. Communicating: - Communicate/Coordinate the educational efforts for students with IEPs to the SPED coordinator and classroom teachers. - Demonstrate effective communication skills with all colleagues and parents. - Create and provide timelines, calendars, and schedules as requested. - Communicate with parents, teachers, and Assistant Principal as requested on the progress of students 4. Administration/Servicing/Reporting - Assess students in the area of academics for initial and re-evaluation IEP meetings; work with other school service providers, including but not limited to School Nursing, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Language and Speech Therapists, Adaptive Physical Education Therapists, etc to determine level of service and need for students - Complete all related mandated pages of the IEP in the Welligent System. - Complete appropriate reports for SPED students as mandated, including but not limited to service tracking, progress reporting, and timeline compliance on all assessment plans - Deliver Resource Support as specified in the IEP as specified in the active IEP document. - Provide an analysis of student’s progress using performance data as mandated for all students with an active IEP. - Provide an analysis of the effectiveness of the service delivery model and make professional and realistic recommendations to the IEP team. - Complete appropriate reports in the area of special education to ensure compliance for OCS, including monthly service logs (due the first week of each month for the previous month), goal sheet progress reports, Welligent 300p Service Reports, and any other related mandates that may come up during the year. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Valid California teacher certificate in the area of Special Education. 2. Specialized training related to the position. 3. Must be fluent with the Welligent Tracking System. 4. Must be knowledgeable in Federal Laws as related to Special Education. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Experience in teaching in a project-based learning environment - Skill in conflict resolution strategies and behavior management - Training in Unique Curriculum, Amplify, Go Math and/or Reveal Math, B-SET (Behavior Safety-Care, Emergency Training).