Specific vacancies may include both full and part time, continuing and non-continuing positions. Full time positions are 7.75 hours per day for 186 days and 3 extended days. In addition, special education teachers receive a yearly stipend of up to $1,800.
Interested applicants must follow the application procedures carefully. Consideration will only be given to fully completed applications. Applicants should indicate whether they are interested in full and/or part time. Mukilteo School District Equity Commitment
The Mukilteo School District is committed to eliminating racism, inequities for students, and institutional bias in order to ensure all of our students reach their full potential. Prospective employees of the District will be expected to share in this focus and commitment, and therefore are required to respond to the following:
Write a one-page summary of your work and life experiences that position you to be successful in this District commitment and be prepared to upload your summary when you apply.
Salary listed is for the 2019-2020 school year. JOB TITLE : SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER JOB SUMMARY:
Plan, prepare and deliver a quality instructional program based upon student IEP goals, state standards, district curriculum, and effective instruction to students of diverse backgrounds and learning needs in inclusive settings. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
JOB REQUIREMENTS; MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Implement effective teaching practices for the purpose of facilitating academic achievement, behavior management, and social skills for each student.
- Plan and provide clear and intentional focused instruction in collaboration with other staff based upon individual student IEP goals using state standards, subject matter content and district curriculum.
- Recognize individual student learning needs and develop strategies to address those needs for the purpose of promoting individual achievement.
- Develop appropriate IEPs for students including FBAs, BIPs, and Post-Secondary Transition Plans.
- Use multiple student data elements for the purpose of assessing student progress, modifying instruction, and improving student learning.
- Maintain and process accurate records/documents as required by State and Federal regulations and district policy, including annual IEPs, IEP progress data and progress reports.
- Collaborate and consult with general education teachers for purpose of providing specially-designed instruction (SDI), accommodation, and modifications in order for students to access the general education curriculum.
- Communicate and collaborate with parents and school community for the purpose of meeting special education laws and policies and fostering student success and achievement.
- Function as an effective member of a Multi-Disciplinary Team and consult with relevant outside service providers.
- Foster and manage a safe, positive learning environment for the purpose of promoting effective student behavior and success.
- Maintain and submit information/records including student progress.
- Participate in various meetings for the purpose of implementing school initiatives and addressing student needs.
- Engage in continuing education studies which insures professional growth.
- Direct the work of assigned classified staff.
- Fulfill legal responsibilities, implement and comply with federal and state laws, District policies and other guiding principles, and State Code of Professional Conduct.
- Perform other duties of similar scope and function.
- Maintain consistent attendance and conform to regular work hours specified under contract.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include:
- Knowledge of applicable Washington State and federal rules and regulations.
- Knowledge of subject matter/course content relevant to assignment.
- Knowledge of effective research-based curricula and practices in academic, behavior, and social skills areas.
- Knowledge of and skills in using effective instructional strategies and practices for a wide range of student needs and abilities.
- Knowledge of and skills in using various formative and summative assessments.
- Ability to effectively address a wide range of academic and social needs including at-risk, cultural diversity, English language learners, and students receiving special education services.
- Skills in effective planning and implementation of lessons based upon state standards, district curriculum and student needs.
- Skills in managing and promoting positive student behavior.
- Ability to work successfully with diverse learners providing access and opportunities for all students.
- Ability to effectively meet developmental needs of students.
- Ability to interact and collaborate positively and effectively with parents, students, staff and administrators.
- Skills and ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal, with diverse people, including racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse communities.
- Ability to demonstrate cultural competencies.
- Ability to identify and address personal, cultural, and institutional bias.
- Skills and abilities in organization, time management, and record keeping.
- Ability to operate technology devices and specific software programs.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality.
- Ability and commitment to strengthen job-related competencies.
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Valid Washington State certification with appropriate endorsement(s).
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: RESOURCE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHEROccasionally1% - 33%Frequently34% - 65%Continually66% - 100%
- Successful experience as a special education teacher in a variety of roles.
- Second language or language acquisition background.
- Student cultural and economic diversity experience.
Running (Early Childhood, MBSC, Self-contained
Field of Vision
Mukilteo School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator and Title IX Coordinator Bruce Hobert (425-356-1319), [email protected]
, Section 504 Coordinator Lisa Pitsch (425-356-1277), [email protected]
, and the ADA/Access Coordinator Karen Mooseker (425-356-1330), [email protected]
. Address: 9401 Sharon Drive in Everett, WA. Inquiries regarding ADA/Access issues at Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center should be directed to Mike Gallagher, Interim Director (425-348-2220), [email protected]
. Address: 9001 Airport Road in Everett, WA 98204.
Job Category: Special Education > General Special Education Welcome to Mukilteo School District, District Office!
The Mukilteo School District is located about 15 miles north of Seattle near the Puget Sound. The school district area encompasses the City of Mukilteo as well as portions of south Everett and unincorporated portions of Snohomish County north of the cities of Lynnwood and Edmonds. About 68,000 people live within the boundaries of the school district. The area borders the Puget Sound, one of the great boating locations in the United States, and is close to many recreation areas and entertainment centers. Within the community are large shopping malls, golf courses, restaurants, public swimming pools, many popular walking and jogging trails, and active youth sports organizations. Mukilteo Lighthouse Park offers beach walking, picnic facilities, kite flying, a boat launch and one of the most picturesque lighthouses on the Puget Sound. One of the busiest runs of the famous Washington State Ferries calls on Mukilteo. The Cascade Mountains loom on the eastern horizon and the Olympic Mountains are across the Puget Sound to the west. A few minutes to the north is Everett, which offers several attractions such as live theater and professional hockey and baseball. Mukilteo School District residents are only 90 minutes away from a major ski area, an hour from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, two hours from British Columbia, and three hours from Pacific Ocean beaches. Only 30 minutes to the south, Seattle offers a wide range of entertainment opportunities such as the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League, the Seattle Mariners major league baseball team, the Seattle Sounders of MLS soccer, the University of Washington Huskies, numerous live theater companies, one of the nation's leading symphonies, opera, ballet, museums, and many world-class restaurants. The largest building in the world is located within the boundaries of the Mukilteo School District. It's the assembly plant for The Boeing Company, where 747s, 767s, 777s and the new 787 Dreamliner are assembled and delivered to customers. The Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tours is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area. Also at Paine Field are other aviation attractions such as Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection and the Historic Flight Foundation. In addition to The Boeing Company, other major employers in the area include Fluke Corporation, Aviation Technical Services, Esterline Control Systems, Crane Aerospace, Travis Industries, Agilent Technologies, and Electroimpact. Just to the north is Naval Station Everett, a U.S. Navy port that is the home for the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and several support ships. Learn more about us... Contact Information
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