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Teacher, Special Education Moderate/Severe SDC (INTERNAL)

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5/8/2013
Cathy Siegel
CSiegel@solanocoe.net
(707) 399-4442
1
183 days per year
Full Time
5/21/2013 5:00 PM Pacific
$41,495 to $73,786 per year plus $1,050 each per year for a master's degree or doctorate plus an $800 or $1,600 special education stipend
Date Posted:
5/8/2013
Application Deadline:
5/21/2013 5:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
183 days per year
Salary:
$41,495 to $73,786 per year plus $1,050 each per year for a master's degree or doctorate plus an $800 or $1,600 special education stipend
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Cathy Siegel Email: CSiegel@solanocoe.net Phone: (707) 399-4442
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
Solano County Office of Education JOB TITLE: Teacher – Special Education PRIMARY FUNCTION Provides for the instruction of students with disabilities. Develops, implements and coordinates individualized education programs for students enrolled in Special Education programs. DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO Special Education administrator MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Valid California credential authorizing service in Special Day class. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES •Assists in identifying and evaluating individuals with special needs. •Instructs students with special needs. •Adjusts educational programs to assist the student in becoming as independent as possible. •Adapts classroom environment and prepares specialized materials to meet the needs of individual students. •Evaluates daily performances of each student and adjusts future instruction accordingly. Evaluates total program of each student through the use of tests/ observations. •Confers with parents at school, by phone, in writing and in making home visits. •As appropriate, develops individual transition plans, supports community-based instruction and supports students in integrated school environments. •Participates in IEP meetings to determine appropriate instructional program for individuals with special needs. •Prepares written reports to other professional persons and to parents. Maintains necessary up-to-date information relating to rosters, reports, etc. •Performs other duties as assigned within the scope of Teacher – Special Education. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REQUIREMENTS Work Position (Percentage of Time): Standing (70%) Walking (20%) Sitting (10%) Body Movement (Frequency): None (0) Limited (1) Occasional (2) Frequent (3) Very Frequent (4) Lifting – lbs. (0-40) Lifting (4) Bending (4) Pushing and/or Reaching Kneeling or Pulling Loads (4) Overhead (3) Squatting (3) Climbing Stairs (2) Climbing Ladders (0) Revised 4/11/01 Teacher – Special Education

Requirements for Applying

Valid California credential authorizing service in Special Day class. Please include: 1. Cover Letter 2. Resume 3. Three professional reference letters

      Requirements for Applying

      Valid California credential authorizing service in Special Day class. Please include: 1. Cover Letter 2. Resume 3. Three professional reference letters

          Placement on the salary schedule includes up to 14 years experience and up to 14 years toward longevity. Longevity pay begins at 15 years. Pay for interns is the same as for fully credentialed teachers PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provides for the instruction of students with disabilities. Develops, implements and coordinates individualized education programs for students enrolled in Special Education programs. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: •Assists in identifying and evaluating individuals with special needs and instructs students with special needs. •Adjusts educational programs to assist the student in becoming as independent as possible. •Prepares written reports to other professional persons and to parents and confers with parents at school, by phone and in making home visits. •Adapts classroom environment and prepares specialized materials to meet the needs of individual students.

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          Application Deadline: 5/21/2013 5:00 PM Pacific

          Placement on the salary schedule includes up to 14 years experience and up to 14 years toward longevity. Longevity pay begins at 15 years. Pay for interns is the same as for fully credentialed teachers PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provides for the instruction of students with disabilities. Develops, implements and coordinates individualized education programs for students enrolled in Special Education programs. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: •Assists in identifying and evaluating individuals with special needs and instructs students with special needs. •Adjusts educational programs to assist the student in becoming as independent as possible. •Prepares written reports to other professional persons and to parents and confers with parents at school, by phone and in making home visits. •Adapts classroom environment and prepares specialized materials to meet the needs of individual students.

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