Teacher of the Cognitvely Impaired
VACANCY POSTING: JOB ID 455 @ https://www.applitrack.com/eaton/onlineapp/default.aspx?all=1
CLOSING: Until Filled
POSITION: Teacher of the Cognitvely Impaired
REPOTS TO: Principal of Center-Based Program
SALARY: Salary is based on level of education and verified experience. Salary, work schedule, and fringe benefits are in accord with the teacher bargaining unit master agreement (EIEA Association Position). Position will initially be 4.5 hours per day, but may increase to 7 hours per day based upon needs identified in IEP.
SUMMARY: The teacher of the Cognitively Impaired develops and implements an Individualized Educational Program (IEP) for each student. The teacher provides direct student instruction. Coordinates the work of instructional aides and other support staff. This individual will strive to team with related service staff, parents and other outside agencies in helping each individual student reach his or her maximum potential.
QUALIFICATIONS: PLEASE REFER TO THE ATTACHED COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION FOR MORE DETAILS ON JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
A valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with Special Education Endorsement in Cognitive Impairment is required; Additional endorsement in Autism Spectrum Disorder is preferred.
Demonstrated ability and successful experience in developing and implementing individualized education plans, including positive behavior supports, communication supports and other accommodations and modifications as appropriate to the individual student.
Demonstrates effective interpersonal and intrapersonal communication skills which promote the coordination of services to meet the needs of the student with staff, parents, and outside agencies.
1.Crisis Prevention Intervention certification.
2. Previous teaching experience along with an additional Special Education endorsement in Autism Spectrum Disorder is preferred.
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