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High School Resource Teacher

Waldorf School of Orange County

Costa Mesa, CA, USA

Full time

High School

Feb 25

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JOB TITLE: High School Resource Teacher

FLSA STATUS: Part-Time, Non-Exempt, 25 hours per week on average

SUMMARY: The Resource Specialist provides on-going support for the instructional program to support students with exceptional needs and communicates pertinent information to staff members and parents.

• Develops SSP/504 plans to meet the individual needs of students
• Evaluates students for the purpose of identifying student needs
• Coordinates services to students to ensure efficient instructions and an effective cohesive program
• Teaches/instructs students for the purpose of ensuring successful progress towards student's goals and objectives
• Consults/collaborates with staff, parents, and agencies for the purpose of ensuring appropriate delivery of services and adherence to due process

• Bachelor’s Degree, including appropriate coursework in education
• Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate
• Special Education Credential or Resource Specialist Certificate (or be eligible for an Emergency Credential or waiver)
• Minimum three years teaching experience

• Implement an SSP/504 program at the High School level
• Coordinate services with the high school teachers and work with their curriculum
• Coordinate curricular areas to establish an integrated program for each student with identified needs
• Interpret and evaluate obtained assessment results
• Plan integration of student instruction and write effective and meaningful student goals/objectives
• Implement curriculum that addresses student goals and objectives
• Conduct on-going evaluation of student goals/objectives
• Deliver methods and services to match specific student needs
• Work with teachers in a team effort to plan curriculum and student support
• Develop and implement intervention strategies
• Use effective and appropriate communication techniques with students, parents, staff, agencies and community members
• Work with students individually as directed and needed

• Language Skills: Have a great command of the English language
• Mathematical Skills: Mastery of basic math and Algebra
• Technology Skills: Able to use excel, Word, communicate via email, Google Docs
• Reasoning Ability: Able to initiate tasks, plan, and problem solve
• Personal Qualities: Prompt, team player, flexible
• Transportation: Able to drive to locations assigned to provide supports and services, to professional development opportunities

1. Support the Mission and Objectives of WSOC
2. Understand and adhere to the need for confidentiality
3. Communicate effectively and timely both verbally and in writing
4. Maintain positive working relationships
5. Refuse to engage in personal conversations or other activities in the presence of school families
6. Complete work with a positive attitude
7. Following accepted procedures and practices
8. Demonstrate ability to work with others to achieve a common goal
9. Present a professional appearance in dress & grooming
10. Adhere to the attendance policy

First Aid Certificate
CPR Certificate
TB test, Fingerprint and DOJ clearance

High School Curriculum content
Child Abuse reporting laws
Waldorf School of Orange County Parent Handbook
Waldorf School of Orange County Employee Handbook

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