JobID 770 : Special Education Co-Teacher (K-2) (for 2020-21) (#2057657)
Skokie School District 69 is seeking dynamic and flexible Special Education Teachers to become part of an inclusive neighborhood school-based service delivery continuum for all students. This teaching position requires a strong foundation in accommodation, modification, and supporting core curriculum for both academic and social/emotional success. The ability to use data based decision making to identify needs, create goals, evaluate progress, and align service delivery is expected. The special education teacher is expected to provide all service and consult minutes as well as develop, coordinate, and facilitate IEP meetings. Experience developing, implementing, and revising Behavior Intervention Plans is preferred. Candidates should have experience working with diverse students. Strong communication skills and experience building a home-school connection is valued.
- Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) with LBS1 or other appropriate endorsements.
- English as a Second Language endorsement, preferred or must be willing to complete.
$48,729.03 (BA, Step 1) minimum annually with benefits. Actual compensation based on education and experience. Click here to view the Teacher New Hire Salary Grid.
Internal District 69 candidates may apply by emailing an updated resume to Ms. Christina Bart.
Complete an online application at www.sd69.org. You may upload materials (resume, letters of reference, transcripts etc.) along with your application. Please do not send paper copies of your materials. Questions should be referred to: Ms. Christina Bart, at BartC@skokie69.net
District 69 seeks a diverse candidate pool that is reflective of the diversity of our student body. Screening of completed candidate files will begin immediately and continue through the selection of finalists. Interviews will be scheduled for selected qualified candidates. School District 69 is an equal opportunity employer. Decisions related to employment are solely based on the applicant’s ability to perform the essential functions of the position. District 69 ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, sex, color, national origin, religion, age or handicap.