Mediscan

  • Teacher of the Visually Impaired

    Job Locations US-AZ-Surprise
    Specialty
    Teacher of the Visually Impaired
  • Overview

    Mediscan is currently seeking a Teacher of the Visually Impaired. This is a full time position for the upcoming school year. 

     

    Essential Duties And Responsibilities

     

    • Administers appropriate assessment to students' to evaluate skill level, progress and achievement, when necessary or at the direction of the psychologist or support specialist.
    • Provides instruction consistent with students' Individualized Education Plans, using strategies, methods and material appropriate to the learner's abilities, need and learning style.
    • Develops materials and behavioral management strategies which will enable more effective learning.
    • Participates as a member of the student study team when appropriate and provides consultation and assistance in writing modified programs for students in the mainstream.
    • Recommends adapted equipment or alternatives, as appropriate, to promote student success in all environments.
    • Participates in the Multi-Disciplinary conferences, IEP meetings and parent conferences as needed or appropriate.
    • Participates in the development of IEP's for students as needed and appropriate.
    • Consults with parents, staff and outside agencies as appropriate or necessary.
    • Identifies and requests materials, supplies and equipment to enable implementation of IEP goals and objectives, including adaptive equipment and large print material for students within specified timelines.
    • Maintains and submits in a timely manner accurate class lists, IEP data for measuring progress towards objectives, IEP Quarterly and Semester Reviews and other required district and compliance documentation.
    • Schedules, plans and implements direct and consultation services and arranges for Orientation and Mobility services for referred or qualified students as indicated by in IEP or team determination.
    • Performs functional screening assessments on students referred by the nurse, support specialist or student study team.
    • Performs initial evaluations and re-evaluation on referred students when indicated
    • Establish and maintain good rapport with students, employees, community members and vendors.
    • Maintains a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality
    • Other job related duties as assigned.

     

    Education/Certification

     

    • Bachelors Degree.
    • State of Arizona Special Education Teacher's Certification for Visually Impaired.
    • Obtain and maintain a valid Arizona fingerprint clearance card (FPCC)

     

    Mediscan employees have access to the best tools and resources available including:

    • Competitive weekly compensation
    • Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits
    • Continuing Education Reimbursements
    • Licensure/Certification Cost Reimbursement

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