Salmon School District 291 is seeking a SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER – SECONDARY RESOURCE RM. starting the 2021-2022 school year The teacher will work approximately 157 days, four days a week, Monday through Thursday - 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with one 4-hour teacher workday per month. This is a fully benefited position to include health insurance, PERSI retirement, and many voluntary benefit options. Salary depends on years of experience and credits earned. JOB DESCRIPTION • Supervise, evaluate, and provide direction and guidance to multiple paraprofessionals. • Consults with appropriate professional staff regarding a student’s educational program. • Develops strategies for maintaining a classroom environment conductive to effective learning. • Utilizes effective teaching methods and employs a variety of instructional techniques appropriate to the maturity, interest, and needs of the students. • Initiates, facilitates, and monitors mainstreaming into students’ program when it is appropriate and consults with teacher whom student is mainstreamed in the Least Restrictive Environment. • Maintains annual and triennial reviews and scheduling. • Manages and interprets data with Multi-Disciplinary Team as needed • Works with staff on Medicaid billing collection and reporting. QUALIFICATIONS: • Able to pass background check. (Fingerprints and background check are at the expense of the applicant) • Valid Idaho Teaching certificate, or ability to gain one, with Special Education endorsements • Excellent public relations and communication skills. • Strong background in curriculum and state standards. • Works well with students, staff and the public to ensure active and appropriate involvement in all aspects of the program with emphasis on confidentiality. • Strong background in integration of technology with instruction. • Ability to work a flexible schedule. • Ability to manage people and create schedules. • Knowledge of Enrich IEP software a plus. • Ability to collect and interpret data.
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