- 21-Jul-2021 to Until Filled (MST)
- Cedar City, UT, USA
- Part Time
This person will oversee the Early Intervention classroom. Have supervision over assistant teachers and plan the curriculum.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Prepare and give classroom packets to children attending the Early Intervention class.
- Prepare individual daily goal sheets based on the IFSP goals for tacking each child's progress.
- Enter child's class attendance into the BTOTS program.
- Direct daily activities in the classroom; coordinate with assistants to: organize physical facilities in classroom, shop and prepare for daily snacks,, direct classroom routine, assign clean-up making sure signatures are noted on sanitation log, fill out daily goal sheets.
- Talk to Service Coordinators about concerns they see with children so that the service coordinator and/or teacher can talk to the parents and refer therapists or specialists when needed.
- Plan family socials for families in the Early Intervention Program.
- Enter information in BTOTS on children on caseload.
- Attend conferences and trainings as directed
Education and Experience Requirements:
- Bachelor's degree in a field related to Early Intervention.
- Must obtain a Baby Watch Credential within the first 6 months of hire and renew every 5 years.
- Previous work with children with disabilities preferred.
- Must have or be able to obtain CPR/First Aid Certification within first year of hire.
- Must be willing to learn the BTOTS program and enter data for children on caseload.
Documents Needed to Apply:
- Cover Letter
- Unofficial transcripts
- Contact Information for 3 Professional References
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