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Student Services Administrative Coordinator

Organization: 
Roseburg Public Schools
Closing date: 
Friday, June 3, 2022

FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary range: $98,971 to $111,292
12 month (260 days) position

Benefits: Roseburg Public Schools participates in the Oregon Public Employee Retirement System (PERS and OPSRP) on behalf of its employees. Upon eligibility, the district contributes 6% of an employee's salary to their Individual Account Program (IAP). District contributions to medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance; district Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) contributions; Employee Assistance Program, and tuition reimbursement.

Details can be found in the attachment or by visiting our website: www.roseburg.k12.or.us.
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The Student Services Administrative Coordinator coordinates the activities and programs in the Office of Student Services as designated by the Director of Student Services. Responsibilities include a wide range of duties related to 504 plans, Special Education and other programs for at-risk or disadvantaged students. Works in concert with the Director of Student Services and building principals to plan, select, and coordinate programs.

Qualifications
Ability to obtain and maintain Oregon Professional Administrator License
Knowledge of state and federal regulations specific to special education under IDEA 2004.
Knowledge of federal and state grant requirements.
Ability to write grant proposals, reports, correspondence bulletins and memoranda.
Ability to work successfully with families of students with special needs.
Possession of initiative, creativity and organizational skills.
Capacity and willingness to maintain a good working relationship with Student Services and school personnel and to work effectively as a team member.
Enthusiasm for education and personal commitment to excellence in the teaching of children.
Flexibility in adapting to conditions of change and unusual situations.
Ability to analyze problems and make firm decisions.
Knowledge of laws, rules, policies and trends related to curriculum construction.
Able to supervise and manage instructional staff.
Demonstrates ability to conduct special education trainings and updates.