REPRESENTATIVE ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Provide instruction and services for students with handicaps who have been identified in an Individualized Education Program and are assigned to regular classrooms.
- Coordinate the referral, assessment and placement procedures for students referred to the Resource Specialist Program.
- Participate in academic testing.
- Coordinate special education services with the regular school programs.
- Provide consultation and assistance to regular classroom teachers.
- Monitor student’s progress, coordinate the review and revision of their individualized education programs, and refer students to the individualized education program team.
- Provide information and assistance to students and to their parents.
- Provide consultation, resource information, and educational material to student’s parents, and to general education teachers.
- Coordinate inservice sessions and workshops for teachers and parents.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the principal and/or special education coordinator.
- Attend mandatory training as required by the position
- Continually improve: proactively look for ways to improve skills and processes
- Maintain positive attitude
- Maintain regular attendance
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
- Techniques and resources utilized in assessing, instructing, and evaluating students.
- Laws, regulations, and California Education Code pertaining to Special Education
- Diagnose needs and appropriate learning materials for classroom use.
- Work cooperatively with parents, community and colleagues
- Communicate effectively in oral and written form
- Effectively utilize computer technology in day-to-day work.
- Establish and maintain cooperative and collaborative working relationship with a variety of staff and other professionals
- Maintain a high level of confidentiality
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
- Three years’ experience as a credentialed teacher preferred, Special Education experience preferred
- Experience in a California Charter School preferred
- Knowledge of laws, regulations, and California Education Code pertaining to Special Education
The majority of the time is spent indoors in a classroom; some activities are outdoors
- Must be able to lift boxes of up to 40 lbs.
- Must be able to sit for extended periods of time
LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATES
- Must hold a current, valid California Education Services credential, tier 2 is preferred
3 to 10 years
Ingenium Schools empowers learners by developing the best people, best operations, and best communities. Since 2009, Ingenium Schools has helped students build confidence, leadership, and a lifelong love of learning with the Ingenium Learning System, an easily replicable, standards-based educational model that promotes personal mastery. Ingenium Schools currently operates four charter schools serving students in Compton, Maywood, and Canoga Park.