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Duties

:                              · Develop Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) for                   

                                                             Students; maintain compliance with all Federal  

                                                            Regulations and State Policies regarding the education of

                                                            students with disabilities.

  • Provide educational and behavioral supports to enable 

                                                            students to improve academically and behaviorally.

  • Collect and analyze student data in order to modify

                                                            and/or develop appropriate educational and behavioral

                                                           goals.

  • Be able to implement specific educational and behavioral 

                                                            supports.

  •           Provide direction and training to paraprofessional staff.                 
  •        Effectively work with a large team of professionals.
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to

                                                            learning and appropriate to the maturity and interest of

                                                            the students.

  •            Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis

                                                            and provide progress reports as required.

  •    Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect

                                                            students, equipment, materials, and facilities.

  •    Maintain accurate, complete, and correct records as

                                                            required by law, district policy, and administrative

                                                            regulation.

  • Build a partnership with families, encouraging their active

                                                            participation in students’ learning.

  • Ensure appropriate accommodations to the curriculum,

                                                            lessons and learning environment. Instruction may be

                                                           provided within the regular classroom setting and/or small

                                                           classroom setting.

  •             May assist students with physical disabilities according to

                                                            their needs, including transferring to and from

                                                           wheelchairs; lifting; positioning; or assisting students with 

                                                           personal care such as feeding, bathroom needs, and 

                                                           personal hygiene.

Qualifications

Valid Illinois Professional Educator License with Learning Behavior Specialist I endorsement or Learning Behavior Specialist II endorsement preferred.

                                                              OR Teaching Substitute Certificate.

 

Salary/Benefits

Region III Salary Schedule

How to Apply

Messina Lenger, Director

                                                              Region III Special Ed Cooperative

                                                              1800 Storey Lane

                                                              Cottage Hills, IL. 62018

                                   kwieckhorst@region3sec.org                                                             

 

Job Posting Date

10/13/2021

Start Date

N/A