Mentor Teacher Special Education

COSSA Southwest / Boise Teacher Mentor Not Applicable Full Time Posted 9M ago

About this job

TITLE: Special Education Mentor Teacher
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
The work schedule is to be established by the COSSA CEO and the COSSA Board.
This position may be paid by stipend instead of by classified employee agreement.
The employee/employment is at all times subject to the rules, regulations, and policies
of the Agency as have been promulgated by the COSSA Board of Trustees and each
employee is held responsible for having knowledge of such rules, regulations, and
policies.
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Special Ed Director
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Criminal history check and fingerprinting as required by the Agency.
2. Knowledge of IDEA, and the State of Idaho Special Education Manual.
3. Experience teaching in a special education setting (3+ years).
4. Ability to relate to general public, teachers, administrators, board, and students.
PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Submit the Mentor Confidentiality Agreement and Mentor Commitment Record to the
Special Education Director.
2. Complete tasks as outlined in the COSSA Special Education Mentor Teacher
Handbook.
3. Submit documentation of tasks completed in the COSSA Special Education Mentor
Teacher Handbook to the Special Education Director for verification.
EVALUATION: Evaluations are conducted by the Special Education Director in
accordance with Idaho Code.

Education required

1. Criminal history check and fingerprinting as required by the Agency.
2. Knowledge of IDEA, and the State of Idaho Special Education Manual.
3. Experience teaching in a special education setting (3+ years).
4. Ability to relate to general public, teachers, administrators, board, and students.

Experience required

1. Criminal history check and fingerprinting as required by the Agency.
2. Knowledge of IDEA, and the State of Idaho Special Education Manual.
3. Experience teaching in a special education setting (3+ years).
4. Ability to relate to general public, teachers, administrators, board, and students.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement

COSSA is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.