Coordinate CSE meetings; assist in goal development for IEP’s; manage and maintain IEP records; oversee progress note reporting of all IEP’s; monitor and review that testing for Re-Evaluation meetings are completed; ensure that students receive mandated services, ensure that required prescriptions are updates annually or as necessary and arrange for related service providers, if required; Work with classroom teachers in implementation of school-wide curriculum to ensure compliance with Common Core Learning Standards; Assist teachers with service delivery utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis techniques; facilitate communications and working relationships with parents, outside school district and agencies, and community stakeholders; assist the students, parents, school staff and any other agencies the student may be working with to ensure the student has a smooth transition from school to postsecondary adult life including postsecondary education, vocational training, employment, adult education services, independent living, and community participation; assist in coordinating any referrals to adult service agencies; Assist in submission and dissemination of daily incident management paperwork; Complete and submit monthly billing for all related service providers, milk sheets and student attendance records.
Masters Degree in Special Education; excellent organizational, interpersonal and leadership skills; good oral and written communication skills; knowledge of Part 200 Special Education Regulations and educational laws; knowledge of special education and instructional practices; minimum of 3 years experience providing educational services to those diagnosed with Autism and/or Intellectual Disabilities.
: EDUC. EVALUATOR
: New York-Bronx-Edenwald
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required