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Public Health Management Corporation - Carson Valley Children's Aid, Mill Creek School or Fairwold Academy Locations
Published
January 29, 2024
Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Job Overview:

This position is responsible for the implementation and instruction of ESY curriculum and assessment of student performance for the ESY program. The ESY Teacher collaborates with members of the instructional team in the planning and implementation of behavioral and academic interventions and supports to ensure students receive a quality educational program. The ESY Teacher is a six-week position that reports to the Principal.

Responsibilities:

  • Review all student files and IEPs on the teacher’s roster; adapt instructional modifications as necessary.
  • Plan and facilitate instruction of reading, math, and social skills curriculum, adhering to pacing timelines and the scripted program.
  • Complete appropriate written reports, plans, and records relative to the educational program (point sheets, behavior data plans, academic progress, and social goals progress) in a timely and professional manner.
  • Plan and facilitate instruction with adaptations as designated in the student’s IEP.
  • Supervise and set clear expectations for Instructional & Behavioral Assistant staff in their supportive role in the classroom, with the goal of ensuring best practices for all students educationally and therapeutically.
  • Effectively manage the classroom environment, including engaging students and incorporating proactive management strategies.
  • Maintain an organized classroom that fosters structure and support conducive to learning.
  • Supervise students in afternoon STEM-based or on-campus job activities; assist with instructional support.
  • Communicate regularly with parents or guardians.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Skills:

  • Demonstrated ability to work with a variety of educational staff to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships.
  • Excellent ability to work with students of all ages, levels, and from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of School Wide Positive Behavior Support systems including PBIS data systems
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively instruct, assess, and evaluate students with behavioral and social-emotional needs.
  • Demonstrated skills with computers, data systems and electronic reports
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and adhere to policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT:

  • Prepare a weekly lesson guide that facilitates morning instruction of reading, math, and social skills curriculum, adhering to pacing timelines and the scripted program, providing adaptations and modifications as necessary to accommodate students’ IEPS.
  • Assess student progress and complete summative reports of students’ individual academic and social goals, attendance, and behavioral goals by a designated timeline.
  • Set clear expectations for Instructional & Behavioral Assistant staff in their supportive role in the classroom, with the goal of ensuring best practices for all students educationally and therapeutically.
  • Adhere to all proactive behavioral protocols, including Mandt, PBIS, and trauma-informed practices.
  • Complete all behavioral and incident reports as designated by PHMC, CVCA, Mill Creek and Fairwold policy.
  • Effectively manage the classroom environment, engaging students and incorporating proactive management strategies.
  • Maintain an organized classroom that fosters structure and support conducive to learning.
  • For teachers working a full day, supervise students in afternoon STEM-based or on-campus job activities and actively assist with instructional and behavioral support.
  • Ensure student point sheets include positive and accurate daily feedback for parent communication.
  • Follow guidelines and policy on attendance and lateness.

Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Current instructional certification in Special Education N-12 issued from The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. *A current, valid Emergency Certification for Special Education is acceptable for the ESY program.
  • One years’ experience working with a special needs population in a school setting and an understanding of emotional and behavioral disorders, mental health issues, autism, developmental delays, Intellectual disabilities.

Salary:

Commensurate with Education and Experience. Hourly Rate

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