Special EducationUniversity of Idaho
As a member of a statewide Special Education Supports and Technical Assistance program (SESTA) , the Special Education Statewide Behavioral/Instructional Coordinator works in collaboration with the Idaho State Department of Education and other SESTA coordinators to improve outcomes for students in special education by: 1) providing statewide, regional, district and school-based training on evidence-based practices in behavioral principals and application to the instructional setting, environmental modifications, and evidence-based instructional strategies; 2) providing distance and on-site coaching to school-based teams to design behavioral programs through functional assessment processes and behavior/instructional support plans to decrease challenging behaviors and increase attainment of IEP goals; 3) developing curriculum materials and instructional courses for on-line learning; 4) assisting the ISDE Coordinators with General Supervision File Reviews (GSFR), Results Driven Accountability (RDA), and other activities Local Education Agencies( LEA) need with IDEArequirements and ISDE programs; and 5) participating in the development of research and evaluation designs to improve service delivery and overall program results. The Behavioral/Instructional Coordinator will make independent decisions with school-based teams based on a high level of expertise in behavioral and instructional principles, as well as a strong understanding of IDEA, to work collaboratively with SESTA team members to continually improve SESTA services and supports.
This position has multi-faceted job responsibilities and requires cooperation and collaboration with multiple team members and LEA staff, effective communication and organizational skills
Special Education Statewide Behavioral/Instructional Coordinator
College of Education, Health & Human Sciences As a member of a statewide Special Education Supports and Technical Assistance program (SESTA ) , the Special Education Statewide Behavioral/Instructional Coordinator works in collaboration with the
Idaho State Department of Education and other SESTA coordinators to improve outcomes for students in special education. This position requires a Master’s Degree in Special Education or Related Field and
3+ Years Related Work Experience. Salary range: $62,400 annually or higher depending on experience. For more information or to apply visit http://apptrkr.com/1409561. Announcement #SP002109P. EOE AA/M/F/D/V