Posted: Tuesday, December 26, 2017 11:25 PM
Job Description Special Education and Intervention Resource Room Coordinator QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE Master’s degree in education, special education or field of study related to special education. Must hold a valid MI teaching certificate with a K-12 endorsement in an area of special education. Three or more years work experience with special education students. Strong interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and written communication. Experience with Special Education compliance with MDE and Federal regulations. Computer literate/technologically sound. ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Special Education Provides professional development activities in the area of special education services, special needs, etc., to Special Education and General Education Staff. Develops improved understanding of Special Education children’s educational needs on the part of teachers, administrators, and parents and assists Principals, School Leaders and teachers in interpreting and communicating student’s educational needs and progress to parents. COMPLIANCE Special Education Keeps abreast of developments in Special Education curriculum, instruction, law, and regulations and disseminates information to Principals and student services staff. Attend IEPs Monitors and assists in coordinating Medicaid billing with appropriate schools. Monitors and assures special education regulation compliance in all special education files. Interventionist Ensures implementation of a working Child Study process in client school(s). Works with Title I Coordinators to review and create action plans regarding the intervention programs at each client school. OTHER Applies positive customer service to the role and is perceived as a team member by staff and school employees. Maintains a high level of confidentiality concerning sensitive information. Remains competent and current through self-directed professional reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development courses, and attending training and /or courses as required by the supervisor. Assists with other duties upon request and approval of the Chief Executive Officer and Director of School Services. Company Description The Detroit Institute for Children provides a passionate, integrated approach to services for Michigan's children with special needs and their families. Currently, the agency serves over 7,000 children in schools, Head Start, and Early Intervention programs throughout Detroit and Southeast Michigan. Services provided include speech language pathology, occupational and physical therapies, social work, psychological services and special education consulting.
• Location: Detroit, Eastpointe
• Post ID: 44547512 detroit