Resource Room Teacher
AnthroMed Education Kenilworth, IL
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
AnthroMed Education provides Special Education services throughout Illinois. We actively support our Special Educators to help them directly make a difference in children’s lives. Our team works together and meets bi-monthly to share success stories, challenges, and actively contributes to the support system we’re building for our team. AnthroMed Special Education Teachers (Resource and/or Self-Contained) are like family and the heart and soul of our organization. We invite Special Education Teachers (Resource and/or Self-Contained) to apply, and we will get in touch with you quickly.
AnthroMed Education is hiring an Elementary Resource Room Teacher (LBS1 endorsement required) in Winnetka, Illinois. We are seeking a passionate, nurturing, and high qualified Resource Rooms teacher who will push in with support with 1st through 4th-grade elementary school students.
This role will support students who present with Cognitive Impairments, Autism Spectrum Disorder presentations, Specific Learning Disabilities, and Other Health Impaired (OHI). You will provide structured teaching methods for the classroom for the remainder of the school year and receive extensive support from other school staff members and the Special Education department.
- Provides direct support service to individual students, small groups, and your classroom
- Completes assessments, referrals, and conferences with students, staff, and families
- Utilizes oversight by Special Education Director, Special Education Coordinator as needed to identify and understand how to best teach the curriculum and best implement strategies for support and instruction
- Develops and maintains family communication programs and community partnerships
- Completes reports and follow-up documentation as required by Federal, State, and local agencies
- Completes any additional reporting as requested by Special Education Director
- Foster effective teamwork between the school and classroom culture team and administration, and between the administration and school staff
- Update grades and lesson plans as required, and any supporting documentation related to your student caseload as required
- Maintain ongoing, consistent communication and team behavior classroom leadership as noted in the school’s frameworks.
- Utilize effective systems as delegated to troubleshoot problems, track progress, and regularly evaluate workflow components, so as to measure progress in a way that can be effectively communicated to the team lead
The Special Education Teacher will be thoroughly committed to the school’s mission. All candidates should have prior successful full-time special education experience in a similar setting. Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Master’s degree preferred (not required)
- ISBE LBS1 endorsement required
- Unwavering commitment to quality teaching and placing the needs of your students first!
- Excellence in organizational management, with the ability to manage multiple tasks, and set and achieve strategic objectives
- Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills
- An action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to planning, report writing, etc.
- Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people and your IEP team
- Proficiency in Special Education technology with emphasis on grading, IEP, and lesson plan software is highly preferred.
If you see a job posted by AnthroMed Education please know that this is a real job, at a real school, which will be helping real students. The job posting you are reading is real, open, and available immediately to qualified Special Education Teachers. We’re excited to meet you!
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