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·      Master’s degree or higher in education or a field of study related to special education

·      Minimum of 3 years of satisfactory teaching experience, not less than 2 years of which shall be teaching in a special education program

·      Full or temporary approval by the State Board of Education as a Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (SK)

·      Approval as an Orientation and Mobility Specialist from the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREP) preferred

·      Knowledge of Braille, Basic Orientation and Mobility, and Adaptive Technology skills

·      Ability to develop compliant IEPs/IFSPs that support the needs of the student

·      Ability to align instruction, materials and tasks with student levels of challenge

·      Ability to analyze medical reporting to determine educational impact


·      Develop compliant Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs) that promote measurable growth

·      Provide direct services as defined in student IEPs and IFSPs

·      Plan, organize, and assign activities that are specific to each student’s abilities

·      Collect relevant data related to student achievement and access to the general education curriculum

·      Plan and conduct assessments to inform student programming or for progress monitoring purposes

·      Utilize a data dialogue process that results in positive outcomes

·      Consult with administrators, teachers, itinerant staff members, paraprofessionals or other educational staff to support the implementation of student IEPs and IFSPs

·      Regularly create, review and modify intervention plans

·      Attend student level planning meetings and IEP/IFSP team meetings

·      Create written reports to detail results of consultative services, to inform evaluation team processes and to contribute to the development to of student IEPs and IFSPs

·      Submit all required reporting requirements for the purpose of progress monitoring and Medicaid billing

·      Effectively communicate student progress, in oral and written formats, with school, parent and agency partners

·      Utilize Adaptive Schools concepts and strategies to engage students and adults

·      Other responsibilities as assigned at the direction of the Supervisor



Service Area Supervisor


Until Filled


190 days, school year


Per Master Agreement



Phone: 231-547-9947

Cert: COMS

Position begins in September 2018. Please visit our website at to apply.