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EDUCATION / DISABILITIES COORDINATOR

Organization: TRANSITION RESOURCES CORP
Location: Indiana-Indianapolis
Mission(s): Education
Salary: $45,000/Yr - to - $50,000/Yr
Job Type: Full Time
Posted On: May 06, 2019

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Career Level: Management (Manager/Director/Supervisor)
Nonprofit Experience: 2-10 Yrs

JOB DESCRIPTION

1. Develop, implement and evaluate systems for the delivery of education services including screening, curriculum planning, individualizing and assessment for children and families. Includes center and, where applicable, home base services.
2. Develop, implement and evaluate systems to recruit, identify, diagnose and provide services to children with disabilities and their families.
3. Research, evaluate and prepare recommendations on curriculum to ensure compliance with Performance Standards and monitor for fidelity in implementation.
4. Collect and use quality data to support the use of effective teaching practices and have a positive impact on school readiness and individual child outcomes. Facilitate the development of integrated school readiness plans.
5. Assists in development of program training plan. Facilitates and provides training, coaching and technical assistance to staff, parents and volunteers.
6. Monitor classroom practices including room arrangement, lesson plans, daily schedules, routines, and transitions to assure their adherence to program policies.
7. Monitor that IEP/IFSP goals and other disability service records are complete, current and goals are incorporated into daily educational activities. Assist in the coordination of services for children with disabilities with LEA’s, Consultants, and other service providers.
8. Assists in developing and monitoring education budgets. In coordination with supervisor who has responsibility for procurement of materials, identifies and prioritizes materials and equipment needed in classrooms and playgrounds.
9. Works cooperatively with staff to integrate education and disability services with health, nutrition, parent engagement, and family services.
10. Maintains records to ensure the Head Start Program is compliance with program regulations, licensing requirements and safety standards.
11. Creates ways to engage parents in the education of their children including encouraging classroom involvement and home activities.
12. Secures contracts and interagency agreements with community service providers to enhance local delivery of comprehensive services to children and families.
13. Analyzes information, create and submit required reports. Composes and proofreads correspondence and reports.
14. Develops, allocates and manages resources to maximize program effectiveness.
15. Protects the safety of children by ensuring the implementation of active supervision techniques to ensure no child is left alone or unsupervised at any time.
16. Interact with parents and staff to discuss educational activities, child progress, program policies and students' behavioral or learning challenges via home visits and in-center meetings. Participate in case management meetings and solution creation.
17. Ensures the mobilization and documentation of matching/in-kind funds.
18. Participates in staff meetings, committees and training sessions.
19. Perform all other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

For More Information, Visit: www.transitionresources.org


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