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Student Services, Special Education - Licensed Temporary Timesheet Pool

Oregon Public Schools
Eugene, OR
Closing date
May 10, 2024

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Student & Scholar Services
Position Type
Employment Type
Organization Type
College / University
This posting is intended to establish a pool of former 4J Licensed employees and/or 4J retirees, from the Student Services Department, for temporary timesheet positions for the 2023/24 school year. This teacher will serve as a specialized staff member in assisting in the process of evaluating students' academic skills, learning aptitudes, emotional development, adaptive behavior, and social skills. Essential Functions Meets the standards of Competent and Ethical Performance as outlined in Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR 584-020-000 to 584-020-0045). The following are examples of principle duties; however, any one position may not cover all duties listed and examples may not cover all duties an employee is expected to perform. Work effectively and collaboratively with diverse student, staff and community populations. Follow-up appropriately on all referrals for assessment services. Use a wide variety of assessment techniques to evaluate students' academic skills, learning aptitudes, emotional development, adaptive behavior, and social skills. Support the district school psychologists in integrating assessment data into a concise, organized, and educationally relevant evaluation report. Attend SSD meetings, IEP meetings, and meetings of the school psychologists. Respond to questions from parents concerning the evaluation process and district procedures. Maintain accurate, complete, and confidential records as required by federal and state law, district policy and administrative regulations. Maintain compliance with state and federal rules for establishing special education eligibility and completing evaluations. Be knowledgeable about positive behavioral supports and the appropriate implementation of academic and behavioral intervention plans. Work harmoniously with others and communicate effectively (both orally and in writing) with students, parents, and staff. Work as an active, contributing team member of school and district teams and to solve problems and create new opportunities. Facilitate and mediate difficult meetings where there are conflicting interests or opinions regarding special education services for individual students. Follow district and school policies, procedures, rules, regulations, and guidelines, and the provisions of the contract and exercises professional judgment when acting in the absence of a covering guideline or policy. Fully support and implement Social Emotional Learning, encouraging students to build self-awareness, self-regulation and relationship skills Perform other related duties as assigned.

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