Develop, access and implement the following supports according to federal, state and district policies:
Emotionally Disabled Self Contained Placement (ED-P) Program
School site based self-contained behavior support program
Outside agency collaborations (therapeutic group homes, outpatient/inpatient mental health, etc.)
Develop and implement academic services and curriculum; therapeutic services and Curriculum; security protocol; crisis intervention; transportation; and staff training for ED Program with ED Services Director/Site Principals.
Implement AB instructional strategies, ie DDT, PRT /data collection procedures
Ensure staff training, implementations, and supervision of classroom management and behavioral components of school site based self-contained support programs.
Provide parent and student support, coordination of services and implementation of IEP throughout the alternative placement process; referral, pre-care, placement, treatment, reintegration, and aftercare.
Assist with the completion of all mandated ADE reports related to ED-P placements, including but not limited to: Multidisciplinary evaluation Team Reports, Individualized Education Program, Behavioral Contracts, data collection procedures, student point system.
Develop and maintain records on all students in placements in compliance with IDEA regulations including obtaining and coordinating records between agencies, when necessary.
Advocate and acts as liaison between school, students, families and outside service agencies to facilitate most effective treatment outcomes and enhance cultural ties via student IEP process.
Coordinate 1x monthly inter agency meetings between school, students, families and outside agencies, or needed.
Recommend ongoing professional development to district certified and classified staff, students, and parents in related areas as needed.
Acts as delegated LEA district representative and conduct IEP team meetings
Consult and coordinate with ESS Director on a regular basis regarding program implementation, trainings, and crisis management etc.
Maintain positive, professional relationships with staff, students, parents, and outside agencies.
Handles crisis in a professional and calm manner following established safety protocols and intervention procedures.
Performs other work related duties as assigned.
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Credentials preferred
Training in Crisis intervention strategies, desirable
Experience with development of data collection sheets/ charting behavior
Minimum of three (3) years of Special Education teaching experience
Minimum two (2) years of working with behavior designated students
Experience with group therapy, individual counseling, and behavioral support, intervention techniques, and safety procedures and protocol preferred
Experience collaborating with local service agencies preferred
Demonstrate strong leadership skills, communication and mediation skills, documentation skills, writing skills, and the ability to self-direct and self-monitor.
Please apply online through the link provided to be considered