Special Education Lead Case Manager

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Special Education Lead Case Manager

Posted date
March 23, 2020
Location
Employment Type
Full-Time

This role is eligible for up to $10,000 in bonuses!
Positions available in both Philadelphia and Camden!

Please apply online at https://jobs.lever.co/masterycharter/95a7e9f7-73fa-430e-bcf0-b1ff80c931…

The Opportunity:

The Special Education Lead Case Manager ensures that the students receiving special education services and Section 504 accommodations achieve academic success, across all subjects, as measured by achievement of IEP goals, benchmark assessments and grades, and state exams. In year one, the Lead Case Manager reports to the Assistant Principal of Specialized Services and will likely transition to reporting to the Principal in subsequent years.

Duties and Responsibilities:
-Drive student achievement for students receiving special education services
-Monitor and respond to student grades and progress monitoring results.
-Responsible for ensuring school is in compliance with all state and federal law governing special education compliance
-Develop effective IEPs and Section 504 Service Agreements that translate into measurable results for students
-Develop Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
-Develop, implement, and monitor Positive Behavior Support Plans (PBSPs)
-Ensure special education documents are implemented with fidelity across all settings
-Mentor and coach students on self-regulation and organization skills.
-Provide ongoing communication with teachers and administrators that strengthens the support systems for students receiving special education services.
-Chair manifestation determinations meetings and write all required documents
-Lead SAP/CSAP team
-Serve as an active member of the School Culture Team in supporting students receiving special education services.
-Manage members of the Special Education Team
-Manage relationship with related service partners (Psychologist, Speech, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist) and therapeutic support staff (TSS, STS, BSC)

Education and Experience:
-Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in Special Education preferred
-3 or more years working with special education students
-Certification as Special Education Teacher, Supervisor of Special Education, or Principal’s Certification