ESE Coordinator - Collegiate School

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Employment Type
Full-time
Grade Levels
10th
11th
12th
6th
7th
8th
9th
Two-Year College
Benefits
Offers Pension
Start Date
Upcoming School Year
Valid Through
01/04/2021
Position Areas
Special Education
Certification

Must hold a certificate issued by Florida Department of Education.
The certificate must be in one of the following types: Professional Certificate, Temporary Certificate, Statement of Status of Eligibility.
The certificate position area must be in one of the following areas: Autism, Emotional Behavior Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Mild/Moderate Disabilities.
The certificate must be in one of the following grades: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Two-Year College.

Description

SCF seeks employees looking to be a part of a culture of service excellence in the position of Instructor/ESE Specialist – Collegiate School. SCF Collegiate School is a tuition free charter located on the SCF college campus, serving grades 6-12. Juniors and seniors participate in the Accelerate College Program, enrolled full time on the college campus. Students are able to earn their Associate of Arts degree upon their high school graduation. The ideal candidate will be a responsible, professional educator accountable for enabling all students to succeed in school and graduate with the skills, knowledge and attitudes to be successful workers, responsible citizens and college-ready. 1. Adheres to the rules and regulations as prescribed by the State Board of Education Florida Statutes, State College of Florida, the school board, and administrative procedures.

2. Adheres to College Rules and Procedures, which reflect updated Federal, state, and local legislation/regulations and College policy that govern the educational process.

3. Prepares, maintains, and submits accurate and complete records and reports as required by the State Board of Education Florida Statutes, the school board, and administrative procedures.

4. Assists in upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative procedures and Board policies.

5. Maintains a classroom and school environment which is safe, orderly, and conducive to effective learning, and appropriate to the maturity and interest of all students.

6. Demonstrates a professional attitude, philosophy, compassion, and commitment that promotes student growth and learning.

7. Supports the student learning plan through presentations, mentoring, coaching, and tutoring individual students.

8. Meets and instructs assigned classes in the locations and at the times designated.

9. Is available to support students during time that is not scheduled or assigned.

10. Acts as a mentor to motivate and encourage students to learn across all subject areas.

11. Holds students accountable for weekly schedules and learning goals.

12. Maintains open communication with parents, administrators, and other instructors about student progress.

13. Evaluates student progress and makes recommendations for student improvement on a continual basis.

14. Prepares and maintains lesson plans for classes assigned, and shows written evidence of preparation upon request of supervisor.

15. Works collaboratively with other teachers and administrators to develop teaching materials.

16. Pursues innovative approaches to instructional delivery, including creative and effective uses of technology and online instruction, differentiated instruction and project-based assessments, and incorporation of current original events.

17. Understands and integrates available technology, materials and tools related to the job on a regular basis, including mobile technology, active board, and online resources

18. Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs and capabilities of all individuals or student groups involved.

19. Actively participates in the College’s sustainability practices and initiatives.

20. Embraces a multicultural environment, demonstrates an understanding of first-generation college families, and supports the College’s diversity initiatives.

21. Exhibits the willingness and ability to adapt to an environment of continuous growth and fast-paced change.

22. Maintains a professional appearance at all times.

23. Maintains attendance and punctuality.

24. Promotes positive public relations for the school and the institution.

25. Maintains records for Special Education students, working with Manatee County Schools ESE department. Leads the development and renewal of student Individual Education Plans. Acts as lead instructor informing teachers of accommodations and assisting with resources.

26. Liaison for students with campus Disability Resource Center.

27. Creates and renews student 504s with school leadership and parents. Acts as lead instructor informing teachers of accommodations and assisting with resources.

28. Responsible for annual English as a Second Language testing requirements. Acts as lead instructor informing teachers of accommodations and assisting with resources.

29. Responsible for coordinating accommodations for ACT and SAT.

30. Performs related duties as required.

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State College of Florida Collegiate School

5840 26th St. West Bldg. 19, Bradenton, FL 34207
 

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State College of Florida Collegiate School

5840 26th St. West Bldg. 19, Bradenton, FL 34207



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Compare with State

Student Teacher Ratio*

State Average: 15.29

% ELL Students*

State Average: 9.61

% IEP Students*

State Average: 13%

FTE

19

State Average: 4,431