The special education instructional facilitator is a position designed to address the duties and responsibilities that a large special education population creates within a school or group of schools. The role of the special education facilitator is to be an educational leader and advocate for students with disabilities within the school setting. He/she will actively support the assigned school(s) to ensure that a strong commitment to improving academic and social achievement of students with disabilities is evident. The special education facilitator collaborates with appropriate individuals so that the educational needs of students with disabilities are appropriately addressed and in compliance with Clark County School District/division procedures as well as applicable federal and state laws. This person is expected to adhere to the District Professional Domains and Standards for Licensed Employees and will report directly to the school site administrator.
Why work here statement
Opportunities abound in The Clark County School District (CCSD), one of the largest and fastest growing districts in the United States. CCSD seeks exceptional support professionals, teachers and administrators who are committed to helping all students thrive.
o Medical (Health, Dental, Vision)
o Retirement (Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada)
o Lower cost of living than the national average
o NO state income tax
o No age requirement in order to retire in Nevada