- Complete IEPs for all students (schedule IEP meeting, invite all attendees, facilitate IEP meeting, obtain signatures for all attendees, ensure IEP is implemented and followed.)
- Revise IEPs as needed throughout the academic year.
- Successfully administer math and reading assessments for Individual Education Plan (IEP), ex. Keymath/Woodcock.
- Successfully documents student progress through grading system established by and in accordance with the School District of Philadelphia.
- Facilitates and participates in goal setting groups, social skills group, positive groups and required team meetings.
- Implements positive behavior support plans, behavior pathways and treatment interventions from the completed behavior sheets. Assists students with classroom assignments by using appropriate accommodations.
- Successfully works with the treatment teams to implement the Pre-Mack schedule. Communicate updates through progress reports or via telephone with families on a weekly basis.
- Ensure all assigned paperwork requirements are completed ongoing including Community Council assigned paperwork, School District of Philadelphia assigned paperwork (ex. IEPs, FBAs, ERs NOReps).
- Greet students daily upon arrival in the morning, via school bus or yard. Upon school dismissal, ensure all students have safely boarded school bus, or have safely left school premises.
- Attend all required school meetings, including back to school night, report card conferences and all other required meetings.
- Utilize appropriate progress monitoring tools. Successfully implement IEP, ER and FBAs. Utilize and administer grading system prescribed by the School District of Philadelphia.
- Successfully create, implement and submit age appropriate lesson plans that outlines expectations and illustrates how instruction will be defined.
- Schedule and facilitate appropriate field trips as needed. Ensure students receive direct instruction through exposure to grade appropriate curriculum.
- Actively participates in staff meetings. In accordance with Community Council and licensure requirements, attends in-service training to achieve, maintain and enhance professional competence. Interacts professionally with clients, co-workers, families and/or community members.
- Adheres to policies and procedures of Community Council.
- Performs related duties; special assignments and projects as required.
Bachelors degree in Education, or related field; Must have an instruction 1 (or intern instruction 1) Special Education Pennsylvania Teaching Certification; Must have a minimum of six months working with children with diagnosed behavior disorders preferred. Training and experience with autistic children a plus.