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COORDINATING TEACHER Coordinating Teacher, Secondary Special Education Services Team Special Education Services Crossroads II, Cary, NC Classroom Teacher (not eligible for national board pay) Exempt Senior Administrator, Instructional Programming and Support None Monday – Friday, Occasional evenings and weekends Regular Business Hours (Minimum five day, forty hour work week) 12

POSITION PURPOSE: Serves as a collaborative member of the SES Secondary Instructional Programming and Support Team by identifying, cultivating, implementing and supporting evidenced-based practices that support student growth and meet both federal and state requirements for implementation of secondary student’s Individual Educational Programs (IEPs). MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES  Extensive knowledge of state and federal legal requirements for the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEP) including transition, instruction and behavior components;  Extensive knowledge of Common Core State Standards for Literacy and Math and instructional strategies supporting students with disabilities to access the Common Core State Standards;  Considerable knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;  Considerable knowledge of accessing cloud based environments such as Google Apps, etc.;  Effective oral and written communication skills;  Critical thinking and problem solving skills;  Ability to collect, interpret, and analyze student and teacher performance data in order to generate effective courses of action;  Ability to design and deliver professional development;  Ability to evaluate trainings and professional development to ensure topics and information are being implemented;  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school system staff, students, parents, external agencies, and the public. EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE  Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in special education or related field;  Five years of teaching experience at the secondary level;  Other combinations of applicable education, training, and experience which provide the knowledge, abilities, and skills necessary to perform effectively in the position may be considered. CERTIFICATION AND LICENSE REQUIREMENTS  Hold or be qualified to hold a North Carolina Professional Educator’s License in Special Education General Curriculum, Cross Categorical (mild/moderately disabled), Mentally Disabled, Behaviorally/Emotionally Disabled, or Learning Disabled. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s degree in special education;  Leadership experience in assessing student needs; planning, developing, and implementing programs; evaluating program effectiveness; and in designing and conducting professional staff development  Job training and job development experience;  Understanding of assessment processes at the secondary level (i.e., vocational assessments, interest inventories, state assessments, etc.);  Knowledge of WCPSS applications and programs: EasyIEP, C-Mapp, Blackboard, etc.

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POSITION DESCRIPTION ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Serves as a collaborative member of the SES Secondary Instructional Programming and Support Team by identifying, cultivating, implementing and supporting evidenced-based practices that support student growth and meet both federal and state requirements for implementation of secondary student’s Individual Educational Programs (IEPs). 2. Identifies, implements, and supports research-based instructional and behavioral practices, including the use of technology, that support student growth and post-secondary education/training. 3. Assists with the development and implementation of short-term and long-term plans and goals to support and train schools based on ident