Special Ed/ Behavior (ED) Manson Mesa HS
- Special Ed/ Behavior (ED) Manson Mesa HS JobID: 424
- Position Type:
High School Teaching/SPED Self Contained
- Date Posted:
Manson Mesa High School
- Date Available:
- Closing Date:
Open Unitl Filled   Job Title: HS ED Resource Classroom Teacher
- Develop and implement academic services and curriculum; therapeutic services and Curriculum; security protocol; crisis intervention; transportation; and staff training for ED/ Behavior Program with ED Services Director/Site Principals.
- Implement PBIS/ ABA instructional strategies and data collection procedures
- Ensure staff training, implementation, and supervision of classroom management and behavioral components of school site based resource 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 act 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 monthly inter agency meetings between school, students, families and outside agencies, or as 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.
- Bachelor's Degree in Special Education, Counseling, Psychology or related field
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Credentials preferred
- Valid Arizona Special Education, Emotional Disabilities, Cross Categorical Teaching Certificate/ Mild Moderate Certificate with additional training in the areas of Emotional Disabilities (20 hrs);
- Training in Crisis Intervention strategies, desirable
- Experience with development of data collection sheets/ charting behavior
- Three (3) years of Special Education teaching experience preferred
- Two (2) years of working with behavior designated students preferred
- 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.
- Current Arizona Fingerprint clearance card
- Pass a Universal Background check
- Work where others play. Page, AZ. is a small, progressive community located 130 miles north of Flagstaff, AZ. on a high plateau between the Navajo Nation and spectacular Lake Powell, near the Grand Canyon. A School district of about 2,500 students of which 78% are Native Americans, we offer manageable caseload size, substantial clerical support and online IEP's. The community is very supportive of the school system and Page, AZ. is a wonderful, beautiful safe place to raise a family.
- Moderate Physical activity and normal classroom work, normal classroom conditions. Some travel required to local and statewide service agencies. Must be physically capable of implementing crisis intervention techniques.
Salary: ED/Cross Categorical (Mild Moderate), AZ certified (Stepless Salary schedule)
Develop, access and implement the following supports according to federal, state and district policies:
-Emotionally Disabled Resource Program
-School site based resource behavior support program
-Outside agency collaborations (therapeutic group homes, outpatient/inpatient mental health, etc.)