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ESE Teacher, Multi VE

Company: Volusia County Schools
Location: Daytona Beach
Posted on: September 24, 2022

Job Description:

V OLU SI A C OU N T Y SC H O OL S
Position Description

ESE TEACHER

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
--- Bachelor's Degree or higher in an educational field or the equivalent as defined by Florida Administrative Code (FAC)
6A-1.0503
--- Hold or is eligible to hold a valid Florida Educator Certificate in Exceptional Student Education or equivalent as defined
by FAC 6A-4.01795

--- Endorsements in the following areas as appropriate (dependent on class composition):
--- Autism Spectrum Disorder: FAC 6A-4.01796

--- Gifted: FAC 6A-4.01791

--- Orientation and Mobility: FAC 6A-4.01794
--- Pre-K Disabilities: FAC 6A-4.01792

--- Severe or Profound Disabilities: FAC 6A-4.01793

--- Reading: 6A-4.0163
--- For teachers in Separate Class Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (SC/EBD), EBD Separate School, Multi and ASD
programs, hold or is eligible to hold certification in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention or equivalent

REQUIRED SKILLS
--- Demonstrates competence in administrative and supervisory requirements (FAC 6B-5.003)
--- Demonstrates competence in the techniques to analyze the needs and potential of individuals (FAC 6B-5.004)

--- Demonstrates competence in instructional procedures (FAC 6B-5.005)
--- Demonstrates competence in communication skills (FAC 6B-5.006)
--- Demonstrates competence in student management techniques (FAC 6B-5.007)

--- Demonstrates knowledge within the area of specialization to a degree consistent with the educator's
professional preparation (FAC 6B-5.008)

--- Demonstrates competence in the techniques used to evaluate learning and goal achievement (FAC 6B-5.009)
--- Demonstrates competence in human and interpersonal relations skills (FAC 6B-5.010)

--- Demonstrate the ability to engage in physical activity appropriate to the required task, except for temporary
disability (FAC 6B-5.011)

--- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively to accomplish the required task (FAC 6B-5.011)
--- Ability to exhibit appropriate control of emotions (FAC 6B-5.011)
--- Ability to perform required tasks with sufficient intellectual ability (FAC 6B-5.011)

--- Ability to attend staff meetings and in-service training as needed

--- Expertise in specially designed instruction, collaborative practices, differentiated curriculum and instruction, and
classroom management
--- Expertise in assessment, data analysis and the use of date to drive instruction

--- Remain current in instructional initiatives, research and best practices

REPORTS TO Principal/Administrator

SUPERVISES Not applicable

POSITION GOAL
To work diligently and conscientiously in the role of instructional personnel to help students meet or
exceed annual learning goals, to meet state and local achievement requirements, and to master the
skills required to graduate from high school prepared for postsecondary education and work (FS
1012.53)

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

1. *Help students become proficient in challenging standards and meet all state and local requirements for achievement. (FS
1012.53)
2. *Teach diligently and conscientiously, using prescribed materials and methods, including technology-based
instruction. (FS 1012.53)
3. *Keep records and prepare and submit reports required by law, the school board, and/ or the principal/ administrator. (FS
1012.53) (VCS 410)
4. *Maintain a valid Florida educator's certificate as required by state law and state board of education regulations. (VCS 410)
5. *Perform those duties that are necessary for the diligent and conscientious instruction of students. (VCS 410)

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6. *Use prescribed and otherwise appropriate materials and methods. (VCS 410)
7. *Conform to all laws/ and all school board, school and division policies and procedures. (VCS 410)
8. *Deliver all keys, records and reports and account for all other assigned school district property to the principal/ administrator
at the end of the regular school year or summer school upon transfer or termination of employment, or at any other time as
required by the principal/ administrator or the superintendent. (VCS 410)
9. *Administer prescription medication as assigned and in accordance with law and school board policy. (VCS 211; FS 1006.062)
10. *Follow district policy with regard to reporting absences and enabling substitute coverage.
11. *Conform to policy regarding sexual harassment, within the contexts of teacher-student, supervisor-subordinate, and
between persons of the same employment status. (VCS 509)
12. *Conform to the Code of Ethics of the Education Profession in Florida. (FAC 6B-1.001)
13. *Conform to the Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida. (FAC 6B-1.006)
14. *Assist in practicing and enforcing laws, rules and policy regarding the Volusia County Schools Code of Student
Conduct, and those of Florida, including the authority to use alternatives. (VCS Code of Student Conduct-208, FAC
6A-1.0404)
15. *Conform to the Volusia County Schools Equity Plan and the tenets of the prohibition of discrimination. (FAC 6A-19.001)
16. *Attend staff meetings and in-service training as needed for job enhancement.
17. Maintain knowledge of each student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) and
Educational Plan (EP) as appropriate and ensure such legal documents are implemented with fidelity as determined by
the IEP or EP committee.
18. Collect and report progress monitoring data of students with IEPs and BIPs and have data available for each IEP meeting
19. Develop IEP goals and objectives for students staffed into the ESE program.
20. Report Present Levels of Performance on schedule required by district and dictated by state and federal requirements
21. Attend eligibility and placement staffings.
22. Provide training and support to general education teachers regarding implementation of IEPs and accommodations.
23. Maintain and ensure accuracy of educational records of students with disabilities, including logs of supports/services and
progress monitoring data.
24. Maintain confidentiality in personally identifiable information obtained in the course of professional service, unless
disclosure serves professional purpose or is required by law.
25. Follow expectations and directives as communicated by the district's Exceptional Student Education Department which
are not in conflict with law, policy or the contract.
26. Perform other related duties as assigned by the Principal/ Administrator, which are not in conflict with law, policy or the
contract. (VCS 410)

*Denotes essential job function/ADA

POSITION DATA

BOARD
APPROVAL
TERMS OF
EMPLOYMENT
SALARY POSITION
CODES
ADA
CODES
FLSA
STATUS
DOC
7/8/86 Months: 10, 11, 12 Teacher Salary Bargaining Unit: 3 2- Light Exempt VTO
11/20/97 Days: 196, 211, 256 Schedule: Title: Various 52XXX 3- A, C, D, K-Q, S-U Teacher
Hours: 7.5/ 7.0/Varies Varies DOE: Various Instructional staff 4- Indoor/Outdoor
Tenure: No EEO-5 Line: Various

INCUMBENT: Signature: ____________________________________
Date: ___________________
AWS 6/5/2000
RK 9/15/2003, 3/17/04, 6/1/04,
11/28/05, 1/10/06, 6/11/08, 4/10/20

Keywords: Volusia County Schools, Daytona Beach , ESE Teacher, Multi VE, Education / Teaching , Daytona Beach, Florida

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