Posted: Monday, May 1, 2017 6:28 PM
Please send resumes to email@example.com Easter Seals New York provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. QualificationsBachelor's Degree from accredited college or universityMinimum 2 years teaching experience and/or master's degree preferredCurrent and valid Grade 7-12 Special Education NYSED teaching certificationValid driver's license and reliable transportation Design a classroom environment that is both motivating and stimulating for students.Create and deliver daily, weekly, monthly and other lessons and units aligned with state curriculum standards and meeting minimum requirements for minutes of instruction.Provide lessons and units upon request for review.Provide lessons and units in an accessible format for substitute teachers.Maintain periodic progress documentation for each pupil and attend CSE, ITT and other treatment meetings on each student at appropriate intervals during the school year.Complete all required CSE and other paperwork (behavior tracking, RIAs, Notables, Community Contact Forms, parent notification documentation, etc ) in a timely and effective manner.Implement behavioral support system, as approved by treatment team and consistent with Department of Education Regulations.Utilize SCIP-R physical interventions on an emergency basis for the protection of staff and students.Assure that accurate attendance records are maintained and are to be submitted appropriately prior to the completion of each month.Submit monthly and/or quarterly reports to appropriate parties.Maintain regular communication with each family and service provider for each student.Attend school-specific and Agency-related staff and/or parent meetings as required.Attend all professional development and staff meetings as required by supervisor. Maintain and support a community of learners amongst professional staff and engage in regular self-directed learning to enhance practice.Assure that all students are supervised at all times by a responsible individual who is a paid employee of the agency consistent with the school-wide or other established level of supervision for each student.Attend and complete all required new-hire and agency orientation programs and training.Develop a working relationship and high level of collaboration with the residential and clinical team members as well as the family and any outside service providers.Participate in meetings and workshops that would serve as community orientation regarding Easter Seals New York.Supervise Teacher Assistants and Aides assigned to classroom and provide feedback to their direct supervisor.Transport students to and from group residence, activities, field trips, work sites, etc. Use of agency vehicle unless given explicit permission by building leader or designee. To apply for this position, please email resume to Tania Amrod at Tamrod@fedcap.org and apply online at -us/career-opportunities Company Description: Easter Seals, NY provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
• Location: Rochester
• Post ID: 24813673 rochester