Job Title: Post High Transition Teacher
Job Purpose Statement/s : Provide training in classroom and community setting for students ages 18-21. Provide students with the skills, resources and knowledge necessary to prepare them for life in the adult world so they can be successful and as independent as possible in their future.
Essential Job Functions:
- Timely communication referrals and relationship sustainability with students, parents, staff, community/adult service providers (MCDD, Brokerage) and agencies with issues related to the success of post high school students ages 18-21 into post school adult life
- Assist students with requirements and paperwork for Oregon ID, Honored Citizen Card, Trimet Lift, SSI and Food Stamps etc.
- Provide info and support to students 1:1, in small or large groups with the comprehension of their disability with expectations as an adult, future planning, employment and personal needs
- Develop, implement and evaluate quarterly master schedule of onsite, community classes and work experience based on students post secondary goals, needs and preferences
- Develop, implement and evaluate master schedule for staff based on their skill sets
- Confer daily with Ed Assistants and Transition Specialist for trainings, discussions and updates regarding students
- Facilitate and evaluate student trainings i.e. public transportation, independent living
- Coordinate ongoing adult service agencies to provide in-services for students
- Incorporate ODE guidelines, Special Ed law and post school adult life in all decision making and leadership
- Develop an organizational framework that includes timelines and priorities
- Continual assessment of student progress and post secondary goals and revising IEP’s as necessary
- Assess and evaluate students needs, interests and preferences with age appropriate assessment tools as per IEP guidelines.
- Makes referrals and completes follow-up to Multnomah County Developmental Disabilities
- Other duties as assigned.
- Knowledge of Special Education law.
- Develop and monitor IEP goals and timelines.
- Experience or training in post-secondary special education and transition of students in special education programs.
- Valid first aid and CPR.
- Ability to successfully complete and maintain district adopted crisis prevention/intervention programs (OIS).
- Valid Oregon Teaching License with Special Education Endorsement.
Reynolds School District - 19 months ago
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