Full-time position for a Special Education Teacher for Franklin Jefferson Counties Special Education District #801. FJSPED Special Education teachers work in specialized programs for students with disabilities. Special Education create individualized learning plans and activities for students at the appropriate developmental level utilizing a variety of instructional and behavioral techniques. Special education teachers are responsible for completing necessary information for IEP’s and for managing paraprofessionals within their classroom. Must have proper Illinois certification/license, or ability to obtain emergency certification.
Mentors are available for consultation and training.
Full-time position for a Paraprofessional/Aide for Franklin and Jefferson Counties Special Education District #801. Submit application and paraprofessional certification with IEIN (if attained). Sesser-Valier Location: We have an open position for a program aide at a FJSPED special education program located in Sesser-Valier School District. The program focuses on serving students with intellectual disabilities, those on the autism spectrum, communication disorders, and developmental delays. The program is designed to increase daily living skills and functional skills for students with significant intellectual disabilities, and to teach age and developmental level appropriate academic, social, and behavioral skills. The pay starts at Step 1 on our salary schedule, at $18,695 a year (180 days) for the school year (August– May). Applicants with a Bachelor’s Degree or specialized training receive a increased starting wage. 15 sick days and 3 personal days are allotted at the beginning of each school year. $693 per month in insurance benefits.
Other benefits available.
The positions available require a high school diploma or GED, plus passing a background check. There is also a paraprofessional license that will be required, but we can help you get that.
Permanent School Psychology position open on the FJSPED School Psychology team. School Psychologists at FJSPED work collaboratively with school staff and parents to assess student skills, develop and implement interventions, and improve multi-tiered systems of support for struggling students from ages pre-k to 21. School Psychologists consult with school staff on behavior, academic, and social emotional interventions and data collection. The School Psychology team participates in a multitude of learning opportunities and professional development throughout each school year, often including attending NASP Conferences, ISPA Conferences, Special Education Law workshops, Behavior Modification workshops, Trauma workshops, and more. Opportunity to join the Behavior Team exists.
Illinois School Psychology Professional Educator License or coursework towards license is required.