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The Indiana Council of Administrators of Special Education has established this free employment opportunities board for prospective employers to advertise open positions available in the area of special education. You can complete the Employment Opportunity Form included and return to the ICASE office for posting or add the post yourself.

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  • 05 Apr 2024 3:53 PM | Anonymous

    Employer/Location: Logansport Community School Corporation / Logansport, Indiana

    Needed: Proposed Start Date: July 16, 2024

    Position Description:

    Assist with:

    · All aspects of services provided through Logansport Special Services including but not limited to planning, organizing, administering, coordinating, and evaluating all phases of the special education program.

    · Supervision and evaluation of Logansport Special Services staff.

    · Monitoring program adherence and compliance with State and Federal statues, rules, and regulations along with high quality special education services.

    · Monitoring of the completion and implementation of IEPs and Service Plans.

    · Collaborating with building personnel in implementing and improving special education services.

    · Any mediation, due process, and complaint issues, as needed.

    · Participating in case conferences and Manifestation Determination conferences as directed.

    · The planning and provision of ongoing, systematic training and professional development opportunities for Logansport Community School Corporation staff, school personnel, and parents/guardians.

    · Other duties as deemed necessary by the Director of Special Education.

    · Contract will be 215 Days

    Job Requirements:

    1. Solid foundational knowledge of special education laws, policies, resources, funding, characteristics of learners, instructional strategies and planning, assessment and accountability systems, and collaborative and consultative approaches to support individuals with exceptional needs and their families.

    2. Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely both in written and oral form.

    3. Possess the ability to accurately collect, report, and interpret data.

    4. Effective interpersonal communication and leadership skills.

    5. Strong organizational skills

    6. Upon offer, applicant must complete and clear drug screen and expanded criminal history background check for school personnel as required by IN state law.

    Job Qualifications:

    1. Valid Indiana Director of Exceptional Needs licensure or willingness to obtain licensure

    2. Current Indiana Special Education Licensure preferred and a minimum of five years of classroom experience.

    Please submit all application materials through the LCSC Website under Employment Opportunities:

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