Intervention Specialist-Special Education

Dohn Community High School
608 East McMillan Street
Cincinnati OH 45206

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Compensation: Will Discuss
Posted Date: 06/13/2022
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About Dohn Community High School

Dohn Community High School is a charter high school serving educational “at-risk” 9th through 12th-grade students in a disciplined environment. Our 22+ Adult Diploma Program educates adults over 22 years of age seeking a high school diploma.

We are looking for skilled individuals who have a servant’s heart, and who want to join a passionate team of educators, counselors, and support staff committed to making a difference for today’s opportunity youth!

We are a school that has grown from one campus to five, with over 800 students enrolled in 2017 and 302 graduates, a library, competitive sports teams, and post-secondary education, vocational training and school-to-career options

Dohn Community High School is a multi-campus, non-profit school serving high school-age and adult students. We deliver continuous progress to a full spectrum of learning needs. We promote community engagement, social development, and career fulfillment following graduation.

Overview

Under general supervision, the intervention specialist will plan and implement goals and objectives, curriculum and management programs for students with disabilities. The intervention specialist will work as a part of a team on behalf of the student with regular classroom teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure that students with disabilities are educated in the least restrictive environment.

Responsibilities

  • Comply with the operating standards for Ohio’s schools serving children with disabilities regarding placement, instruction, and evaluation of students with disabilities
  • Establish and maintain an effective instructional program for students with disabilities that is aligned with the Ohio academic standards.
  • Plan and implement strategies and activities to meet the needs of students with disabilities
  • Assess students with appropriate diagnostic instruments and evaluate students’ progress through the utilization of established procedures.
  • Knowledge of FERPA, HIPPA, and IEP development
  • Knowledge of crisis prevention intervention (CPI)
  • Ability to work with teachers and students to demonstrate ways of supporting students in the regular classroom.
  • Demonstrate the ability to maintain effective classroom management, provide special document/ report all significant behavior concerns
  • Participate in completing Evaluation Team Reports

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Ohio Department of Education licensure as an intervention specialist
  • Prior experience working with disabilities preferred

For More Information

Call (513) 281-6100 ext. 1023

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