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The Indiana Council of Administrators of Special Education has established this free employment opportunities board for prospective employers to advertise open positions available in the area of special education. You can complete the Employment Opportunity Form included and return to the ICASE office for posting or add the post yourself.

For more information please email Tish Dickerson at tdickerson@thecorydongroup.com with your job opportunity form.

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  • 25 Apr 2022 1:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Morgan and Hendricks Counties (Plainfield, Indiana)

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 40 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $15.00 per hour

    If interested in this position please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


  • 25 Apr 2022 10:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Dearborn, Decatur, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland Counties (Scottsburg, IN)

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Part-time

    If  interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


  • 25 Apr 2022 10:02 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Dearborn, Decatur, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland Counties (New Albany, IN)

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording. Must speak and understand the Spanish Language.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Pay: $15.50 per hour

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


    mailto:ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com
  • 25 Apr 2022 9:58 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Jackson, Jennings, and Scott Counties (New Albany, Indiana)

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording. Position needs to be proficient in the speaking and listening to the Spanish language.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 40 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $15.50 per hour

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


  • 25 Apr 2022 9:54 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Dearborn, Decatur, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland Counties (Madison, Indiana)

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Pay: $15.00 per hour

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


  • 25 Apr 2022 9:52 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Johnson, Southern Shelby, Northern Bartholomew Counties

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Pay: $15.00 per hour

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


  • 25 Apr 2022 9:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Reports to: Regional Team

    Location: Hancock, Northern Shelby, Delaware, and Madison Counties

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Pay: $15.00 per hour

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


  • 25 Apr 2022 9:46 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Marion County

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Pay: $15.00 per hour

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


    mailto:ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com
  • 25 Apr 2022 9:44 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Southern half of Marion County

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 40 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    If interested please contact ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


    mailto:ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com
  • 25 Apr 2022 9:37 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Location: Pulaski, Jasper, Newton, White, Carroll, Benton, Clinton, Warren and Fountain Counties

    Job Summary: Responsible for supporting local special education parents through consumer engagement, instructional leadership, community engagement, administrative duties, reporting and recording.

    Job Details: This position consists of a 20 hour per week commitment.

    Travel: Travel involved to the listed counties in Indiana.

    Benefits: 9 Paid Holidays, 2 weeks paid time off during December holidays, 5% employer contribution to 401k, Employee Assistance Program, Paid vacation, sick and personal days.

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Key Areas of Accountability

    1. Consumer Engagement

    • Responsible for providing individualized assistance or training to parents and professionals as needed.
    • Responsible for conducting outreach activities.
    • Responsible for providing follow-up assistance and materials to individuals who attend trainings.
    • Responsible for providing referrals, linkage, and other information to parents.
    • Responsible for maintaining ongoing contact with PSVs.

    2. Instructional Leadership

    • Responsible for conducting the marketing, planning, implementation and evaluation of parent training workshops.
    • Responsible for assisting in the planning of bi-annual in-service training.
    • Responsible for scheduling and participating in PSV training and in-service opportunities.

    3. Community Engagement

    • Responsible for participating in local special education and/or disability related activities or boards and committees.
    • Responsible for participating in agency related activities, including regional and statewide conferences.

    4. Reporting and Recording

    • Responsible for recording activities and parent demographic information.
    • Responsible for collecting and compiling on-site and follow-up evaluation data.
    • Responsible for reporting and recording information as needed.

    Minimum Job Qualifications:

    1. Education and Licensure: High school diploma or equivalent required.

    2. Work Experience: Experience working directly with youth and special needs in a
    professional capacity is desired.

    3. Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of settings. Must have the
    ability to sit and stand in the same position for prolonged periods of time. Must
    have the ability to manage moderately stressful situations. Virtual and in-person
    engagement may be required. Evening and weekend work is required occasionally
    as is travel within the state of Indiana.

    4. Equipment Operated: Phone, computer, printer/scanner/copier machine, and other office equipment. Presentation and virtual meeting software.

    5. Training Requirements During Employment: May receive additional computer
    training for software packages and other updates as necessary relating to program
    content and management, services configuration and delivery. Must attend annual
    in-service training.

    Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

    A. Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with teams, work
    groups, or those outside formal lines of authority in order to accomplish assignments
    or goals; takes action that respects the needs and contributions of others.

    B. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

    C. Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

    D. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.

    E. Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant
    information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify
    key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.

    Location: Home Office

    Reports to: Regional Team Leader

    Supervises: None

    EEO Statement: It is the policy of IN*SOURCE to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, IN*SOURCE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    If interested please email ahetrick@hrpartnershipsinc.com


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