The Special Education Statewide Instructional/Behavioral Coordinator (SESIBC) works to develop and maintain a sound working relationship as a collegiate team member in collaboration with all staff at the SDE Division of Special Education, BSU-SESTA, and CDHD-SESTA. The Statewide Instructional/Behavioral Coordinator will develop coaching instructional supports in order to increase statewide capacity of education systems for students with disabilities age 3 through 21. The SESIBC will be required to make informed decisions in regard to instructional coordination and support, professional development, collaboration and team work. These decisions will impact the SDE, special education district personnel, and the overall special education efforts in Idaho. Time management and day-to-day operations of the project will be key to the success of this position.
Collaborate with the CDHD-Director, CDHD-SESTA staff, and other statewide projects to implement programmatic goals. Maintain internal relationships with University of Idaho, College of Education, and other University departments.
Maintain external relationships with the State Department of Education (SDE), Director of Special Education, BSU-SESTA, Special Education District Directors, Statewide Superintendents, Statewide special and general education educators, and other statewide stakeholders.
This position has multi-faceted job responsibilities. The Special Education Statewide Instructional/Behavioral Coordinator must understand the program goals and objectives, be able to work with a variety of staff and take directives from CDHD-SESTA Associate Directors and the Center on Disabilities and Human Development (CDHD) Director in consultation with the State Special Education Director.
- Master’s Degree in Special Education or Related Field and 3+ Years Related Work Experience
- Knowledge of:
Applied Behavior Analysis and evidence-based practices related to instruction and behavior management;
Data-based decision making and systematic instruction to improve achievement for students with disabilities;
The special education process for children ages 3-21;
Educational coaching, in-service training, and technical assistance;
PBIS, FBA, BIP, research based interventions, and applications of RTI to Special Education;
Curriculum-based instruction, current instructional and assessment research;
Planning, organizing, and coordinating instructional supports and direct training for school districts on behavioral issues.
Provide, coaching, and support to adult learners as they implement, evaluate, and sustain evidence-based practices;
Assume a leadership role in working with school districts, advisory, and community groups related to special education and implementation of behavioral supports that includes systematic instruction;
Utilize strong interpersonal skills and abilities to work effectively as a member of a team to promote team goals and maintain positive team climate.
- Skills Specific to this Position:
Knowledge and advanced skills in data collection methods and procedures;
Knowledge and advanced skills in principles of applied behavior analysis and positive behavioral intervention approaches in natural settings.
Internal Number: SP001973P
About Center on Disabilities and Human Development/University of Idaho
Founded in 1889, the University of Idaho is the state’s land-grant institution and its principal graduate education and research university, bringing insight and innovation to the state, the nation and the world.
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