Position Summary: Coordinate efforts to ensure compliance of constituent districts within Oakland County with Federal and state regulations relating to students with disabilities.
Essential Functions and Tasks:
Work cooperatively with the Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education and the Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education (MAASE) to ensure compliance of local school districts and public school academies within Oakland County with Federal and state regulations relating to students with disabilities. Serve as an advocate for public education and Oakland County Schools. Support the implementation of mandatory monitoring procedures and continuous improvement efforts within local schools to ensure compliance with Federal and state regulations relating to students with disabilities. Develop and implement standard operational procedures on a continuous improvement basis to increase operating quality and efficiency; conduct staff training on implementation of procedures. Complete corrective action plans with local schools as required and maintain records to ensure legal compliance. Participate in the review of the Oakland Schools plan for Delivery of Special Education Programs and Services; ensure local compliance with the ISD Plan, and make revisions to the ISD plan as necessary. Design and conduct professional learning, technical assistance tools; and guidance to parents, local school personnel, Oakland Schools’ personnel and external agencies in interpretation and implementation of special education mandates and requirements. Maintain knowledge of current legal mandates and requirements related to instruction of students with disabilities; recommend changes to programs, services and operations as necessary. Promote and support Oakland Schools’ organizational culture by reinforcing Board of Education goals, policies and procedures and the organization’s vision, mission, and continuous improvement plan. Participate in the development, implementation and management of departmental strategic/operational plans, standard operating procedures, projects, programs and systems. Work within assigned teams to identify, design, manage, evaluate and assess products and services.
Master’s Degree in Special Education or related field. Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate or license in related field. Administrator of Special Education approval preferred. Five or more years of related experience. Valid Michigan driver’s license and the ability to travel to local schools throughout Oakland County. Ability to properly operate required office equipment such as a personal computer, fax machine, copier and the like.
In addition to the qualification requirements set forth in this job description, the incumbent is also required to meet the “Key Work Competencies” expectations of Oakland Schools.
This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a person assigned to this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties that may be performed by a person so classified. Incumbents may be asked to perform additional duties as required by his/her supervisor.
Twelve month work year. Salary based on the Progression Increment Salary System, Market Range 15 with an annual range of $92,857.00 to $106,176.00.
Applications will be accepted until 4:00 pm, May 16, 2018 or until position is filled.
Go to: https://oakland.k12.mi.us/employment/job-postings/pages/default.aspx
Click “View all Open Positions in OHRC Districts”
Click “Broken Down by District”, Click “Oakland Schools”
Click on Desired Position and on the “Apply” button in the upper right corner and follow prompts.
For questions regarding this position please contact Alicia Beck at 248.209.2143.
Oakland Schools does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, height, weight, marital status, sexual orientation (subject to the limits of applicable law), age, genetic information, or disability in its programs, services, activities or employment opportunities. Inquiries related to employment discrimination should be directed to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Personnel Management and Labor Relations at 248.209.2429. Title IX complaints should be directed to the Manager/Supervisor, Career Focused Education at 248.209.2160. For all other inquiries related to discrimination, contact the Executive Director of Legal Affairs at 248.209.2062. All complaints may be addressed to 2111 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328-2736.
About Oakland Schools
Oakland Schools, one of 56 intermediate school districts (ISDs), was established in Michigan in 1962. ISDs are regional service agencies that offer support services to school personnel that are best delivered regionally, as measured by cost, size and quality advantages. Oakland Schools is an autonomous, tax-supported public school district governed by Michigan General School Laws.