Job Opportunities

Lower and Middle Schools Learning Specialist

  • Department: School for Children
  • Start Date: Sep 01, 2014
  • Salary: Commensurate with experience

Position Vacancy – Lower and Middle Schools (n-grade 2) Learning Specialist

FULL TIME 1-YEAR SABBATICAL LEAVE REPLACEMENT

Qualifications

  • Special Education degree desired
  • Minimum of 3 years experience working with young children with special needs
  • Knowledge and experience in integrated and mainstreamed setting

Responsibilities

  • The learning specialist works collaboratively with teachers, coordinators, the school psychologist and the dean to support and evaluate the strengths and weakness of children ages 3-7 in this age group with learning disabilities.
  • The learning specialist develops and administers diagnostic tools to evaluate the strength and weakness of all 5 and 6 year olds and to identify the learning needs of these children.
  • The learning specialist works with teachers to adapt curriculum to meet the learning needs of children.
  • Learning specialist meets with parents to increase their knowledge of the children to help organize any interventions that are necessary.
  • Support children with learning difficulties through direct contact with children, meetings with parents and outside professionals and agencies (e.g. tutors, The Bd. Of Ed., outside evaluators; chairs Clinical Team meetings
  • As a cooperating practitioner for graduate students, the Learning Specialist works with reading students who are placed in classrooms and holds weekly supervisory meetings.
  • An interest in his or her professional growth is expected.  The Learning Specialist meets bi-weekly with the school Psychologist and participates in age group meetings and staff meetings.

 

SALARY    COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE

 

STARTING DATE    SEPTEMBER 1, 2014

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