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INDIANA COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATORS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION

JOB MATCHING SERVICE



Company

 Elkhart County Special Education Cooperative
 Position  50 % School Psychologist and 50% Autism Consultant--- 1 FTE Position
 Needed  2020-21 School Year
 Location  Goshen, IN
 Contact

Wendy Hite, 704 West Lincoln Avenue, Goshen, IN 46526

white@goshenschools.org or lwynn@goshenschools.org
 Phone  574-533-3151
 Description

The Elkhart County Special Education Cooperative (ECSEC) is made up of the Baugo, Concord, Fairfield, Goshen, Middlebury, and Wa-Nee Community Schools in North Central Indiana located 30 minutes from the University of Notre Dame.  Administrative offices are located at 704 West Lincoln Avenue, Goshen, IN  46526.  

POSITION PURPOSE:  This position is a 50% school psychologist (certified) and 50% behavioral consultant for autism (licensed classified).  The purpose of the position is to: provide psycheducational services to enable students to attain maximum success and provides leadership for and guidance to educational programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  The employee in this position will also be responsible for training and consultation activities to support classrooms using evidence-based strategies.  The employee will be involved with students on the autism spectrum from ages 3-22.                                      

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. Leads multi-disciplinary team in conducting diagnostic evaluations to identify students’ needs and strengths by conducting systematic observations, studying school records, consulting with parents and school personnel, and administering and interpreting diagnostic and results. Serves as a resource to teachers and other school personnel regarding academic and behavior intervention. Consults with parents to plan, advocate, and make recommendations concerning their child’s positive learning experience. Responsible to be compliant with Article 7. Provide ongoing professional development for educational staff as required. Utilize technology as part of data-based decision-making practices. Utilizes a variety of assessments and data collection methods Performs other duties as assigned or as aligned to interests, strengths and school needs (ex:  research, counseling).  Utilizes problem solving, data-based decision making and assessment skills to support effective services for positive student outcomes across cognitive, academic, social, behavioral and mental health domains Conducts special education evaluations to inform eligibility, services and programming decisions. Participates in case conferences of identified ASD students, assisting in writing goals, objectives, behavior plans, supplemental program modifications, accommodations or supports to make progress toward goals.  Co-develops and co-implements professional development for various audiences including evidence-based practices.  Includes staff in developing/sharing strategies in the areas of sensory, social, behavior, organization, and academics. Plans, schedules, and implements in-services for staff (principals, general education teachers, special education teachers, paraprofessionals, bus drivers, cafeteria staff, media center   staff, etc.).  Collaborate with community providers of autism services as needed - Logan, Riley, physicians, therapists, parent groups.

Attend in-services, workshops, conferences, and Autism Roundtable to remain current and gain new knowledge about best practices with ASD students. Co-develops materials and provides onsite education training to build local and regional (all 6 districts) capacity for quality instruction to students with autism. Participates in development of icons, visual supports, social stories, etc. for specific ASD students.

REQUIREMENTS:  Appropriate certifications by the Indiana Department of Education  

QUALIFICATIONS:  Ability to prepare written correspondence. Ability to communicate effectively with groups of students, parents and school staff. Skills in human relations Ability to plan and organize, has good work habits and is self-directed. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety or variables in situations requiring decision making. Ability to coordinate the collaboration process with members of a multi-disciplinary team. Other qualifications that the Governing Council may require.  

WORK CALENDAR:  School year; 184 days +2 days (extended contract); 40 hours per week  

CERTIFIED SALARY:  50% Teaching Contract – 184 days +2 days (extended contract) LICENSED CLASSIFED SALARY:  Wage Scale #26-2  

 Date Updated  5/28/20

Company

Greater Lafayette Area Special Services/Lafayette School Corporation

Position

Teacher of Blind/Low Vision

Needed

August 2020

Location

Lafayette, Tippecanoe County

Contact

Person/Address

Toni Skaggs, Director

2300 Cason St

Lafayette, IN 47904

Phone/email

765-771-6006, tskaggs@lsc.k12.in.us

Description

https://www.applitrack.com/lsc/onlineapp/

The Greater Lafayette Area Special Services (GLASS) cooperative is pleased to announce an opening for a Teacher for Students with Visual Impairments beginning August 2020. GLASS is a special education cooperative serving three school corporations in the Greater Lafayette area. This is an itinerant position within the three corporations.  Lafayette is located within Tippecanoe County, just one hour north of Indianapolis and two hours south of Chicago, along Interstate 65.  Tippecanoe County boasts one of the state’s strongest economies and is the home of Purdue University making Lafayette and Tippecanoe County one of the most desirable places to live in the Midwest. We offer a competitive salary and one of the state’s finest benefit packages.

Date Updated

May 7, 2020


Company

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

Position

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)

Needed

August 3, 2020

Location

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

Contact

Person/Address

Andrew Jackson

1 Trojan Place, Suite B

St. Leon, IN  47012

Phone/email

ajackson@sunmandearborn.k12.in.us

Description

Go to https://sunmandearborn.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx to apply

Date Updated

January 23, 2020 - 30

Company Goshen Community Schools
Position

Director of Special Education

Needed

July 1, 2020

Location Goshen, Indiana

Contact

Person/Address

Diane Woodworth

613 East Purl Street

Goshen, Indiana 46526

dwoodworth@goshenschools.org
Phone/email 574-533-8631
Description In order to be considered for an interview, all applicants must have completed their on-line application at:  https://goshenschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.
Date Updated 03/25/2020

Company

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

Position

Special Education Consultant

Needed

August 3, 2020

Location

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

Contact

Person/Address

Andrew Jackson

1 Trojan Place, Suite B

St. Leon, IN  47012

Phone/email

ajackson@sunmandearborn.k12.in.us

Description

Go to https://sunmandearborn.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx to apply

Date Updated

January 23, 2020 - 30


Company

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

Position

School Psychologist

Needed

August 3, 2020

Location

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

Contact

Person/Address

Andrew Jackson

1 Trojan Place, Suite B

St. Leon, IN  47012

Phone/email

ajackson@sunmandearborn.k12.in.us

Description

Go to https://sunmandearborn.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx to apply

Date Updated

January 23, 2020 - 30


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