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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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  • 03 Feb 2023 12:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Brownstown Central Community School Corp.

    Position: Speech Language Pathologist

    Needed: Full Time or Part Time Available beginning August 2023

    Contact: Lindsey Goshorn

    608 W Commerce St

    Brownstown, IN 47220

    Phone/Email: 812-358-4271  lgoshorn@btownccs.k12.in.us

    Description: 

    • Provide a therapeutic program to meet individual needs of students with disabilities in the areas of speech and language. 
    • Cooperate with classroom teachers and staff members to implement therapy.
    • Assist and guide teachers in observing, describing and referring suspected and identified speech and language impairments.
    • Provide screening and/or evaluation to identify speech and language needs for students.
    • Assist with referrals of students to agencies and specialists as appropriate.
    • Write, implement and regularly monitor Individual Education Plans (IEP) for students.
    • Serve as Teacher of Record or Teacher of Service in accordance with Article 7.
    • Participate in case conference committee meetings as students' teacher to assist in developing measurable goals, benchmarks, and objects to meet student needs.
    • Maintain detailed service records.
    • Perform other reasonably related duties as may be assigned by the director of special education or building principal.


  • 01 Feb 2023 5:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Clark Pleasant Community School Corp.

    Position: Speech Language Pathologist

    Needed: 3

    Location: Whiteland High School, Clark Pleasant Middle School (2), possible Elementary for 23-24 school year

    Contact Person: Jeni Prenatt, 50 Center Street, Whiteland, IN 46184

    Phone: 317-535-7579

    Description: Full time, in person SLP desired



  • 22 Dec 2022 11:01 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Position Title: Director, Exceptional Learning/Special Education        Compensation: $110,000-$120,000                                                                    Department: Teaching & Learning                                                                                   Status: Exempt                                                                                                                       Hours: 7:30am – 4:00pm, 260 days                                                                                Reports to: Director of Teaching and Learning                                                             Start Date: January 2023 or July 1, 2023 with consulting duties January - June 2023

    SUMMARY OF POSITION: Duneland School Corporation (DSC) is in the process of decentralizing special education services from Porter County Education Services (PCES). In addition to the direct hiring and onboarding of all districts special education teachers and paraprofessionals, DSC is seeking to identify and hire a Director of Exceptional Learning/Special Education. This district-level, Cabinet member leadership position will coordinate all special education services for the school corporation from within the Department of Teaching and Learning. The Director will employ research-based, best practice strategies to build upon existing programs and services, while providing leadership and supervision to all coordinators (to be hired with input from Director), exceptional learner/special education teachers, and paraprofessionals working with exceptional learners/special education students. In addition, the Director will implement new and emerging programs while ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal guidelines. 

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Master's degree in education administration and special education
    • Hold, or eligible for, an Indiana Director of Special Education license
    • Experience in educational administration and special education or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities
    • Expert knowledge of Article 7 as it pertains to student eligibility for special education services
    • Experience in analyzing student data and using data to inform instruction
    • Experience in successfully managing special education grants
    • Highly proficient in the use of computers, software and other related technology
    • Demonstrate strength in use of communication skills including verbal, non-verbal and written
    • Effectively handle multiple tasks in an interruption rich environment
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Serve as a district leader and point of contact for all special education programs and their role in the total curriculum.

    2. Establish clear and comprehensive vision for special education services delivered across the district.

    3. Develop and administer DSC programs and services for students with special needs in order to provide for diagnosis, evaluation, and education that meet the vision, mission, core values, and goals of the district and also successfully meet and/or exceed federal and state regulations and program evaluation criteria.

    4. Maintain active communication with local and state governments in order to keep staff aware of state mandates and accreditation requirements.

    5. Coordinate services with community agencies.

    6. Manage services for all pupils to provide group testing, homebound instruction, school health services, collecting demographic information for the district and collecting student data for State Department Child Count and State Department fiscal reports.

    7. Direct student achievement programs for special needs students and work with building principals in analyzing results to address needs.

    8. Provide student achievement data at the district, department, school, classroom, and student levels to meet and/or exceed district standards.

    9. Lead the district’s special education employee recruitment, selection and retention efforts.

    10. Communicate regularly with all DSC special education stakeholders through a variety of methods.

    11. Schedule regular meetings and conduct in-service training for district administrators, special education and general education staff members.

    12. Facilitate the implementation of mediation and/or dispute resolution efforts for special education as requested.

    13. Serve as a liaison and member of various committees to provide communication and coordination for improved services to students.

    14. Direct, approve, and coordinate specialized programs incorporated in special education that require contracting and/or supervision and monitoring.

    15. Identify, approve and lead (when appropriate) staff professional development programs for district personnel, in regard to special education services.

    16. Compile data to comply with financial, legal and/or administrative requirements

    17. Oversee special education-related financial activities including budgeting, monitoring, compliance, payroll, AR/AP, accounts reconciliation, financial reporting, grants management, and preparation of financial statements.

    18. In collaboration with health services and instructional staff members, manage the billing of Medicaid services.

    19. Coordinate with the Teaching and Learning and Business Office Departments to track and record grant requests and progress.

    20. Perform other tasks and assume other responsibilities as assigned or delegated by the Superintendent or designee. 

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS 1. Demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to deal tactfully and effectively with persons at all levels in order to develop and maintain productive relationships both inside and outside the corporation

    2. Possess working knowledge of K-12 school district special education department operations

    3. Possess working knowledge of compliance pertaining to the master agreement between the corporation school board and the teacher’s association

    4. Demonstrate the ability to maintain and promote a high level of confidentiality

    5. Ability to work independently and in a team environment

    6. Ability to multi-task with attention to detail

    7. Serve as a district leader and role model for students and staff

    8. Ability to recognize, analyze and offer solutions to problem situations

    9. Ability to remain calm and professional during times of high stress 

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (includes equipment, hours, physical demands)

    Work Environment: Typically works in an office setting with a controlled temperature environment. Occasional exposure to inclement weather conditions may occur depending upon assignments.

    Equipment: Required to maintain a working knowledge of all office equipment including personal computers and printers, audio-visual equipment, telephone systems, copiers, fax machines, etc.

    Hours: This position typically works a regular schedule beginning daily at 7:30 am and ending at 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Summer hours may be adjusted as per the Superintendent. Evening or weekend meetings and/or activities may be scheduled as needed. This position may require occasional travel to other offices, meetings, conferences and/or seminars.

    Physical Demands: Must be able to sit, stand, walk, lift, carry, push/pull, climb, bend, and stoop. Must be able to perform fine motor skills. Visual ability required to read handwritten and/or typed documents, computer screens, etc. Must be able to lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. Must be able to sit for long periods. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    All applicants must have a current application through our electronic application center at www.duneland.k12.in.us

    The Duneland School Corporation is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in all employment practices. Candidates will be screened, interviewed and employed Powered by applicant tracking, a product of Frontline Education. Attachment(s): Sp Ed Director Flyer based upon the successful candidate's qualifications, background, experience and needs of the Duneland School Corporation. Offers of employment are contingent upon the results of personal background 

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