Occupational Therapist for Autism Program (RISE)

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Start Date
08/24/2020

Description

Occupational Therapist for Autism Program (RISE)

Terms of Employment

Qualifications:    

  • Delaware State license as an Occupational Therapist.

  • Nationally Certified by NBCOT.

  • Experience working with school age children.

  • Criminal background check and Tuberculin testing.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Perform occupational therapy diagnostic evaluations.

  • Prepare individual educational plans and/or instructional plans with data sheets according to the student’s individual needs.

  • Provide occupational therapy in the least restrictive environment according to each student’s individual needs.

  • Collect data during therapy sessions.

  • Keep and maintain accurate records/data, tests, reports, etc. as required by Delaware Statutes and Policies, Federal Regulations, School Board Policy and IEP requirements to demonstrate student performance and progress.

  • Establish and maintain good rapport and communication with students, school personnel, and parents.

  • Establish and maintain an atmosphere conducive to teaching and learning.

  • Consult and collaborate with fellow teachers/staff in planning instruction.

  • Plan and use time effectively.

  • Implement School Board and school-based policies and procedures in order to uphold school regulations.

  • Integrate technology into instruction where appropriate.

  • Work continuously toward self-improvement through district in-service training and an active pursuit of professional development activities.

  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

 

"AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER"

 

Posted By

Appoquinimink School District

313 South Fifth Street, Odessa, DE 19730-4010
 
Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$11,649 (USD)

State Average: $14,609 (USD)

% ELL Students

2%

State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio

16.74

State Average: 15.05

% IEP Students

14%

State Average: 15%

FTE

1,181

State Average: 349