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• Actively participate in the development of student Individual Educational Plans (IEPs) according to program guidelines for the purpose of providing a free, appropriate public education.
• Assess student growth through progress monitoring as appropriate in a timely manner including annual state required assessments for the purpose of assessing student academic progress and educational accountability.
• Compile and maintain necessary records, IEPs, and reports for the purpose of maintaining accurate student records.
• Develop IEP goals and benchmarks based on the data related to present levels of student performance for the purpose of setting appropriate student goals based on present levels of performance.
• Develop and implement daily classroom lessons demonstrating student access to general education curriculum reflecting IEP goals and data driven interventions for the purpose of providing access to the general education curriculum and modifying and/or adapting the curriculum appropriate to meet individual student needs.
• Maintain appropriate student behavior control and participate in the development and implementation of behavior intervention plans with integrity when appropriate for the purpose of classroom management and providing a safe, learning environment for all students.
• Maintain effective communication with students, staff, parents, and administration for the purpose of collaboration and planning.
• Participate in team meetings and IEP meetings to address student needs for the purpose of developing an appropriate IEP.
• Participate in professional growth activities on a yearly basis including recertification for CPI, workshops, in-services, professional reading materials, and/or other available offerings at NSSEO for the purpose of increasing knowledge and ability to implement interventions with integrity and incorporate best practices.
• Participate in building or program activities/committees and meetings as appropriate for the purpose of team building and adherence to NSSEO policies and procedures.
• Plan and conduct parent conferences for each student as necessary for the purpose of communicating to parents about student achievement and growth.
• Plan and supervise the functions of all classroom aides/assistants assigned to class or case load for the purpose of effectively meeting student goals.
• Proficiently use technology to communicate, collect and analyze data, and compile reports for the purpose of efficiently reporting information and communicating in a timely manner.
• Provide input to administration on aides/assistants professional goals and evaluation as appropriate for the purpose of evaluating support staff and setting goals.
• Use data-driven decision making to monitor student performance and make instructional/behavioral decisions as appropriate for the purpose of implementing effective interventions to facilitate student progress.
• Utilize research-based, best practices interventions, programs, and strategies to implement NSSEO curriculum for the purpose of providing an appropriate educational program for students.



• Valid Professional Educator’s License endorsed for Learning Behavior Specialist.
• Participate in twelve (12) hours of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) training and techniques.
• Collaborate effectively with students, parents, and other professionals.


NSSEA Salary Schedule Please refer to Appendix A Salary Schedule

How to Apply

Please complete an application on the NSSEO Homepage here 

For Miner School Choose Job ID 1194

For Kirk School choose Job ID 1180

For Timber Ridge School choose Job ID 1195

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