IEP Coordinator Jobs in Naperville – Illinois – USA at Turning Pointe Autism Foundation
Title: IEP Coordinator
Company: Turning Pointe Autism Foundation
Location: Naperville – Illinois – USA
Type: Full Time
Category: Education, Teaching
The IEP Coordinator will oversee all aspects of the IEP process for the entire
school population. This person will ensure that TPAF operates in compliance with all state and
federal regulations. Additionally, will ensure that data is captured and updated in a manner that
meets all ISBE compliance expectations and school Standard Operating Procedures. This position
requires creativity with a desire to implement innovative solutions to critical challenges in academics
and vocational education. TPAF is an environment reliant upon research based best practices, data
driven decision making and team work.
Oversee all aspects of IEP development, implementation and progress monitoring.
Facilitate the IEP process, information exchange, preparation, and scheduling for IEP meetings.
Review of all IEP documents for accuracy and completion and provide feedback to the school team.
Act as the Day School Director designee at all IEP Team meetings.
Assist the District Representative in running the meeting, scheduling meetings, and ensuring compliance with IDEA and local and state requirements.
Communicate changes in expectations from district representatives regarding IEP development and act as the primary point of contact.
Monitor compliance with special education processes and timelines across all student programs.
Organize training as necessary for school personnel to assure compliance with federal and state special education regulations and provide training on online IEP systems.
Provide oversight for IEP records and maintain confidentiality.
Collaborate on the intake process to ensure appropriate services for all students.
Collaborate on school responses to complaints or Due Process Hearings.
Work directly with parents to answer questions and ensure that all school actions are in compliance, and are in the interest of maximizing student learning in the Least Restrictive Environment.
Work closely with the teaching staff to make sure instructional modifications and adaptations are in place.
Work closely with the school team on IEP data collection and analysis of academic goals and objectives.
Act as the TPAF test coordinator for all state assessments.
Responsibilitiesinclude assignment of test locations, file preparation and set up, training of staff on test administration, and security.
Maintain a high level of knowledge regarding current and developing special education issues, including changes in federal, state and local regulations and policies.
Data entry for student information management.
Demonstrate a high degree of flexibility.
Other duties as assigned.
ISBE Professional Educator’s License (PEL) required, LBS-1preferred
Extensive knowledge of the IEP process, goal writing and progress monitoring
Experience workingwith individuals impacted by autism
Knowledge of the basic principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
Excellent oral and written communication skills, computer proficiency, and a demonstrated ability to collaborate with diverse disciplines, individuals and families
Ability tocoach and guide the educational team