Openings as of 11/21/2018
Special Education Teacher for Compensatory Education
TEMP AT WILL
To Work In: Davenport Community School District
Review of the applications will begin on November 12, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.
Length of Contract: November 2018 - June 2019
Salary: $45.00 per hour
Multiple positions are available for this temp at will position from November 2018 - June 2019 at elementary, intermediate, and high school buildings within the Davenport Community School District to provide Compensatory Education for special education students. Compensatory Education will be provided by teachers who must be flexible with regard to student availability for instruction before and after the school day. Applicants must be licensed in the state of Iowa with Special Education certification and prior special education teaching experience.
The essential functions of this job are:
Working with students requiring compensatory education determined by the IEP team in conjunction with the DE Accreditation visit.
Ability to take initiative and follow through with directions given by Compensatory Education Coordinator and the Special Education Administrator.
Development and implementation of lessons based on IEP goals and student data for academic, social skills, behavior, and/or daily living skills.
Contacting parents in order to schedule the amount and duration of specially designed instruction in the goal areas determined by the IEP team.
Possession of strong interpersonal skills with a proven record of building rapport with culturally diverse students to ensure each child reaches his/her full potential.
Recognition of the need of confidentiality with respect to students and parents.
Flexibility with regard to student availability for instruction before and after the school day.
The requirements are:
Iowa Teaching Certification
Special Education Certification
Iowa Strategist I Mild/Moderate license and/or Strategist II LD/BD license
To Work In: West Liberty Community School District
Review of the application will begin on November 14, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
Annual Length of Contract:185 days
Salary: $16.85 per hour + bilingual differential
Assists in providing one-on-one instruction to student and reinforcing instruction as directed by the teacher.
Provide bilingual (Spanish) services to the student with information to fill gaps in their background knowledge and language based understanding.
Actively participates in the students education as a related service provider who is a member of the educational team.
High school diploma. Associate’s Degree preferred.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Must be bilingual in spanish.
Work with student both individually and in a group setting to strengthen their literacy and math skills under the direction of a certified teacher or designee.
Provide communication and language support services which include explaining, expanding, and ensuring student understands the content/material being presented.
Be available as an paraprofessional for clarification, expansion and tutoring under the guidance of a certified teacher.
Knowledge of basic subjects taught in district schools including arithmetic, grammar, spelling, language and reading.
Knowledge of basic instructional methods and techniques.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to work effectively, cooperatively and respectfully with staff, parents and community members regardless of race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnic/national origin, marital status, age, socioeconomic status or disability.
Facilitates communication between staff, faculty and other classmates for the student.
Confers regularly with the classroom teachers prior to lessons in order to understand the material and prepare an equivalent message that the student will comprehend for the students language age.
Knowledge of communicative technology and listening devices. This may include video phones, hearing aids, cochlear implants, and other hearing assistive technology.
Regular, predictable, consistent attendance is essential.
Experience working with students with special needs.
Successful experience working in an education setting.