Demonstrated experience in training professionals, paraprofessionals, and community
Interagency networking and
Familiarity and experience with conducting/facilitating functional behavioral assessment and positive behavioral support programs.
Provide consultative services to district staff, students, and parents to include:
Individualized educational recommendations through onsite and distance delivery for students age three through 21.
Assisting with the development and implementation of student IEP/instructional programs.
Evaluating student progress on an ongoing basis and recommending intervention strategies.
Demonstrating/teaching specialized strategies and/or providing topical in-services and workshops to local school personnel, parents, students, peers, and
Assisting districts in procuring/adapting specialized instructional materials.
Facilitating interagency collaboration and networking.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Dependent on experience. See salary schedule at:
About Special Education Service Agency
SESA is an educational service agency comprised of a low incidence disability service inclusive of a statewide lending library. Low incidence disabilities include autism, deaf and hard of hearing, vision impairment, emotional disabilities, and multiple disabilities. In addition, SESA operates two grants: Alaska Autism Resource Center (AARC) & Alaska Deaf Blind Project (DSI)