Reports to

Director of Special Education


  • Provides consultation, resource information, and materials regarding students with exceptional needs to parents and general education teachers.
  • Coordinates special education services with general programs.
  • Monitors pupil progress, participates in review and revision of individualized education programs, and refers pupils who do not show progress.
  • Interpret and implement the student's Individualized Educational Program (IEP).
  • Maintain a classroom environment conducive to the attainment of individual students' IEPs.
  • Report promptly to the site administrator or his/her designee any serious illness or accident affecting Special Class students.
  • Report promptly to the site administrator or his/her designee any job-related factors which prevent the full exercise of duties and responsibilities.
  • Maintain current records of students with an IEP, as specified by the BCS Special Education Program.
  • Serve as a member of the IEP Team when planning involves students whose on their case load.
  • Participate in completing an annual IEP review for each student in his/her case load.
  • Communicate with parents in the implementation of the IEP for students on their case load.
  • Maintain conditions and practices in the classroom which positively affect the physical and mental health of the students.
  • Knowledgeable about current educational practices and curriculum trends in Special Education so as to be in a position to participate in policy-making processes and curriculum revision.
  • Provide and maintain for substitute teachers adequate lesson plans and instructions.
  • Attend job-related meetings and activities specified by the school principal or the appropriate Special Education Administrator, as schedule permits.
  • Perform those job-related non-instructional duties and responsibilities, as may be prescribed by the Board of Education.
  • Instruct students assigned to the Resource Specialist Program in those academic areas identified in the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP) in accordance with California Education Code §56362.
  • Evaluate student progress on a regular basis, and refer students to the Individual Education Program Team for any program or placement revisions.
  • Provide resource information, materials, and assistance to eligible students, to their parents, and to the school staff; to provide consultation as appropriate.
  • Process the referrals of students, including assessments, for special education programs and services, or forward referrals to the appropriate program administrator.
  • Attend job-related meetings and activities specified by the school principal or the appropriate Special Education Administrator, as schedule permits.
  • Perform those job-related non-instructional duties and responsibilities, as may be prescribed by the Board of Education.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.



  • An earned Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university,

One of the following California credentials or combination of credentials authorizing K-12 service must be in force and on file.

  • Valid California teaching credential with EL Authorization, and
  • Valid California Education Specialist Instruction Credential authorizing mild to moderate and/or moderate to severe teaching credential; and/or a Resource Specialist Certificate

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Personal Characteristics

  • Provide instruction, assessment and program planning for special education students with primary learning disabilities, mild to moderate intellectual disability, attention deficit and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, and serious emotional disturbances.
  • Monitor and evaluate student progress and behavior.
  • Research, obtain and provide instructional materials for special education services.
  • Serve as an informational resource for students, parents, School personnel and community organizations. 
  • Understand and relate to students with special needs.
  • Follow School organization, operations, policies and objectives.
  • Follow department and program objectives and goals.
  • Interpret, apply and explain policies, procedures, rules and regulations. 
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
  • Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
  • Prioritize and schedule work. Maintain records and prepare reports.
  • Operate standard office and classroom equipment including a computer and assigned software. 
  • Plan and organize work.
  • Meet schedules and time-lines.
  • Work independently with little direction.
  • Read, interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures 

Physical and Environmental Elements:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to and is required to lift and pull or push articles up to 50 pounds. He/she sits for extended periods of time, may need to walk and stand frequently. The employee is required to reach with his/her hands and continuously to repeat the same hand, arm, or finger motion many times as in typing. Manual, hand, and finger dexterity are essential to the job to operate a computer keyboard and other office equipment. He/she is constantly working to meet deadlines with severe time restraints. He/she must see and read fine print such as typed or handwritten materials and have good depth perception (fine muscle control). The employee must, also, be able to hear conversation in a noisy environment and to communicate clearly and concisely through speech. Employee must be able to and is required to bend at the waist, kneel or crouch to file materials, and climb a step stool/ladder and reach above shoulders to retrieve or store files and materials.


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