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.
This is a full time Speech and Language Pathologist position at Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation for 2017-2018 School Year. TVSC is a small rural school district. This position will be hired by TVSC and it is not a cooperative position. There is a small amount of travel involved (6 miles) between buildings. Salary is based on years of experience. Come and join the TVSC team!!
Appropriate certification as required by the Indiana Department of Education
Expertise working with students
Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with school professionals, students and families.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Provides a therapeutic program to meet individual needs of students with disabilities in the areas of speech and language.
Cooperates with classroom teachers and staff members to implement therapy.
Assists and guides teachers in observing, describing and referring suspected and identified speech and language impartments.
Provides screening to identify speech and language needs for students.
Completes evaluations for speech and language special education services.
Assists with referrals of students to agencies and specialists as appropriate.
Writes and implements Individual Education Plans (IEP) for students.
Provides in-service education and serves as a consultant to teachers and school staff members on topics concerning speech improvement. Maintains IEP service records in order to bill Medicaid.
Performs other reasonably related duties as may be assigned by the director of special services or building principal
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Warsaw Community Schools
Amy L. Hobbs – Director of Special Services
1 Administration Drive
Warsaw, IN 46580
574-371-5098 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
General Summary: Provide comprehensive school psychological services through the study of cognitive, emotional, and social processes and behaviors by working with students, teachers, parents, and other educators.
Administer multi-factorial psychological and psychoeducational assessments to measure the intellectual, adaptive, academic, social and emotional development of children within prescribed timelines.
Assist with the development of students’ Individual Education Plans (IEP) and Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA).
Collaborate with other staff to develop general education interventions and effective strategies for students’ and educational teams.
Consult and collaborate with parents, school, and outside personnel to assist in the development of procedures for promotion of mental health and learning.
Coordinate services with other agencies, such as community mental health centers, child guidance clinics, private practitioners, or welfare to ensure continuum of services.
Develop skill enhancement activities to assist in in-service training, organizational development, parent counseling, program planning and evaluation, vocational development, and parent education programs for parents, school personnel, and the community.
Maintain knowledge of community agencies and resources.
Maintain professional growth and development as required through professional licensure.
Participate in preschool arena assessments as assigned.
Any other reasonable duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Minimum Master’s Degree in School Psychology.
Valid Indiana School Service Professionals License.
Full Time – 190 Days
Position Type: Exempt/Salaried
These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a School Psychologist.
Zionsville Community Schools is accepting applications from outstanding candidates for the Director of Unified Student Services.
Qualified candidates should possess an Indiana Director of Special Education license and have special education administration experience.
The position is effective October 15, 2017 and will be a 260 day administrative contract. Competitive compensation commensurate with experience.
The essential functions of this position include oversight of the district's special education program which includes staffing, training and development as well as compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. In addition, it is expected that this position oversees grant application and compliance as appropriate.