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Physical Therapist

Batesville Community School Corporation
Batesville IN
Job Type: Full Time
Posting Date: 8/26/2020

Openings as of 7/8/2020Physical Therapist Job. ID: 559 Position Type: Student Support Services Date Posted: 7/8/2020 Location: Batesville Community School Corporation Date Available: 08/03/2020 The Batesville Community School Corporation is now accepting applications for the following position: Physical Therapist Date Posted: July 8, 2020 Closing Date: July 18, 2020 Starting Date: August 3, 2020 Position : Physical Therapist Primary Functions: Provide quality school-based physical therapy services, which include but are not limited to assessment/evaluation, intervention/treatment, IEP planning and implementation, discharge planning, related documentation, and communication between teachers, teacher assistants, service providers, and families. Reports to: Director of Special Education Contract : Salary determined by experience and licensure 92 day contract 2. 5 days a week Qualifications: Licensed as a physical therapist in Indiana. Must have an understanding of state and federal regulations serving individuals with disabilities (Indiana Administrative Code, Article 7, IDEA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, ADA, Title Programs). Application Procedure: Internal and external candidates must apply online by clicking the link below: https://www. applitrack. com/batesville/onlineapp/ For further information regarding this posting, please contact: Lynn Gosser Director of Special Education Batesville Community School Corporation 812-934-2194 lgosser@batesville. k12. in. us Responsibilities :Administering and completing all components of the educational portion of evaluations. Explaining the nature and descriptions of evaluation materials to students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Preparing a comprehensive report with synthesis of all of the information obtained through the evaluation. Providing information and support regarding the student's disability to the parent, teacher, and others with a need to know about the student. Contributing to the development of an IEP for students on caseload, monitoring students for progress, providing suggestions and adaptations to the school, and changing programming as necessary for the student to achieve the goals. Maintaining a working knowledge of IDEA, Article 7, the Rehabilitation Act and ADA, and FERPA and the requirements and implications of each regarding individual students. Presenting training to individuals who work with students, as appropriate. Using consultation and collaboration to create and maintain effective learning. Providing recommendations to the teacher of service regarding accommodations and strategies effective for students with unique disabilities. Using data analysis of student progress to plan for future instruction. Developing student understanding and mastery of lesson objectives. Demonstrating and clearly communicating content knowledge and high expectations to students. Maintain a record of student services with appropriate documentation. Serving as a member of school support/intervention teams for academics and behavior. Setting high expectations for academic success. Other responsibilities as assigned. Email To A Friend Print Version