Teacher - Autism (Probationary) / SITE: Special Education -Liddell / RFP3805 AH582

Central Unified School District Fresno, CA
Teacher - Autism (Probationary) / SITE: Special Education -Liddell / RFP3805 AH582

Employer:

Central Unified School District

Date Posted:

6/11/2018

Contact:

Jack Kelejian

559-274-4700 63160

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1

Length of Work Year:

2018 - 2019 School Year / Monday - Friday / 7.5 hrs per day / 182 Duty Days

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:

Continuous

Salary:

$47,181.65 - $87,569.13 Annual Salary, Plus Health and Welfare Benefits

Date Posted:

6/11/2018 Application Deadline:

Continuous Employment Type:

Full Time Length of Work Year:

2018 - 2019 School Year / Monday - Friday / 7.5 hrs per day / 182 Duty Days Salary:

$47,181.65 - $87,569.13 Annual Salary, Plus Health and Welfare Benefits Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1 Contact: Jack Kelejian Email: jkelejian@centralusd.k12.ca.us Phone: 559-274-4700 63160

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Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

RESOURCE TEACHER – LEARNING HANDICAPPEDBRIEF DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:To provide an integrated adjunctive educational program for Learning Handicapped and Physically Handicapped students which provides the assistance necessary to maintain their enrollment in regular education.MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:1.Shall submit his/her goals and objectives as they relate to the basic program goals and objectives; job description and IEP of students for the current year.2.Teach assigned students in a resource program such portions of basic educational programs as are in keeping with each pupil's IEP.3.Provide ongoing assessment and participate in the team process of setting student learner objectives for each IEP.4.Maintain good communication with other staff members, administrators and parents by sharing teaching techniques and other information regarding Special Education.5.Provide continuous supervision and direction for children assigned to program.6.Provide proper student control and suitable learning environment that creates a positive atmosphere for the growth of the individual child.7.Provide constant supervision for the welfare and safety of pupils under his/her direction and is responsible for correctly filing all accident reports for pupils.8.Responsible for reporting all illnesses, health and safety problems to the nurse and/or school site administrator.9.Contribute to and implement new ideas, materials and techniques suitable to group and individual needs based in IEP'S staffs and ancillary staff and Curriculum Consultant input.10.Contribute to in-service planning and implementation for parents and general education at the school site level.11.Plan IAP'S jointly with team members, keeping parents informed at all times of progress and program changes with comprehensive report of progress at the annual review.12.Work closely and cooperatively with regular classroom teachers, the program director, curriculum consultants, site administrator, speech specialist, nurse, psychologist and community agencies to help provide a complete program for the individual pupil.13.Communicate with and supervise the aide under his/her direction regarding curriculum needs and other duties.14.Be sensitive about confidential matters concerning children, parents, school and working relationships, responding to those in a professional manner.OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:1.Make regular entries in anecdotal records on curriculum checklists and other reports as required.2.Adhere to schedules and duties assigned at school site.3.Staff individual students in accordance with established staffing procedures.4.Participate in scheduled County Office in-service training meetings and take advantage of workshops, conferences, etc., to provide for professional growth.5.Provide daily schedule and substitute plan.6.Maintain and use an up-to-date plan for his/her aides' and substitutes' use.7.Support parent group with parent suggested activities.8.Other duties as assigned by the Director, Programs for Learning Handicapped, the Special Education Program Specialist or the County Superintendent of Schools.SUPERVISION EXERCISED OR RECEIVED: Under the immediate direction of the site administrator and the Special Education Specialist.

Requirements for Applying

A NOTE Regarding Attachments: You MUST attach at least one document from each of the required document types listed under the Documents section of this posting to move forward in your application. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions at the top of this posting and if you still have difficulties with your application, please contact the EdJoin Helpdesk at 888-900-8945 for assistance.Note: Cell phone photo copies of documents are not accepted

* Credential Copy (Ed.Specialist Instruction Credential(Mild/Moderate Disabilities); EL Authorization with Autism Spectrum Disorders Authorization)

* Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three (3) dated within 18 months of application)

* Resume

* TB Screening Result (TB Screening Result (OR Adult Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment Questionnaire (within 60 days of hire))

Requirements for Applying

A NOTE Regarding Attachments: You MUST attach at least one document from each of the required document types listed under the Documents section of this posting to move forward in your application. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions at the top of this posting and if you still have difficulties with your application, please contact the EdJoin Helpdesk at 888-900-8945 for assistance.Note: Cell phone photo copies of documents are not accepted

* Credential Copy (Ed.Specialist Instruction Credential(Mild/Moderate Disabilities); EL Authorization with Autism Spectrum Disorders Authorization)

* Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three (3) dated within 18 months of application)

* Resume

* TB Screening Result (TB Screening Result (OR Adult Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment Questionnaire (within 60 days of hire))

PLEASE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

* Applications must be submitted using Edjoin

* IN HOUSE APPLICANTS - may complete the inhouse application available on Edjoin. Note: A password is required when applying; employees may contact site secretary or Human Resources.

* We do not accept: walk-in, faxed, or applications via mail

* CURRENT EMPLOYEES may submit a resume or voluntary transfer form.

* ALL required documents must be scanned and attached in order to submit an online application.

* It is your responsibility to submit a complete application.

* Submitting an application does not guarantee any candidate an interview.

* Candidates are interviewed by appointment only.

* If you apply for more than one job, an application is required for EACH site/department.

* Incomplete applications will not be processed; there are no exceptions.An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity EmployerThe Central Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, gender or sexual orientation in admission or access to and treatment of employment in its programs and activities as required by Title VI, Title IX and Section 504. If you have any complaints, please contact the HR DEPARTMENT (559) 274-4700.

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