Job Posting-June 27, 2017
Position open until filled
Ross Pike Educational Service District
Region 15 State Support Team
State Support Team Consultant
Responsibilities: In collaboration with Region 15 SST, the Consultant implements the full scope of work associated with the 2017-18 State Support Team ODE Performance Agreement, adhering to ODE processes and tools, Ross Pike ESD policies and procedures and Region 15 practices.
Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to the provision of professional development, technical assistance and coaching in the following areas: teacher based teams, building level teams, district level teams; evidence based strategies supporting the influence areas of curriculum, instruction, assessment, community/environment; Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports; access and use of learning standards, curriculum and assessments utilizing principles of universal design and intensive intervention/support design for individual students; and instructional practices that focus on the academic, functional achievement and social-emotional needs of students to insure greater inclusivity. Services are provided for public school personnel in Region 15 with the goal of building the capacity of local and related education agencies and their educators to engage in systemic and sustainable improvement that impacts outcomes for all students, pre-k to 22, especially those with disabilities.
A master’s degree in the area of education, special education, early childhood education, literacy, education administration or appropriate related field; three to five years of successful classroom teaching, school improvement planning, special education or related experience. Administrative experience preferred;
An Ohio Department of Education license appropriate to the individual’s profession (special education, general education, administration, intervention specialist, literacy, early learning, or related services);
Knowledge of and significant leadership experience in Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and in several of the following:
Data analysis, including data-based decision making and a thorough understanding of Ohio’s accountability system;
Evidence-based processes and instructional practices, including development and implementation of academic and behavior supports;
Early language and literacy development
Universal design for learning and differentiated instruction
Focused planning, including use of strategic problem solving;
Coaching and consultation skills; communication skills;
Organizational, planning and project management skills and ability to multitask;
Implementation and monitoring of improvement efforts;
Culturally responsive and equitable systems and practices;
Delivery of high quality professional learning and technical assistance;
School administration and leadership;
Early childhood education, preschool special education, early education preschool to Grade 3, or other early childhood settings such as Head Start or community based child care;
Special designed instruction and provision of free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment (special education) and/or
Parent, family and community engagement.
Salary and Benefits: commensurate with training and experience.
Number of day contract: Full time/number of days will be prorated based on hire date. Contact:
Qualified candidates should contact Lisa Barnhouse at [email protected]
An Equal Opportunity Employer