Summer Teacher Opportunities | District-Wide Work Based Learning Sites | Closing: When filled


Position: Work Based Learning Coordinator РExtended School Year
Location: District-Wide
ESY Dates: July 10-13, June 17-20, July 24-27
Pay and Benefits: $40.48/hour, not benefits eligible

Required Qualifications:

  • Valid Minnesota teaching license in a Special Education field and Teacher/Coordinator of Work-Based Learning
  • Experience teaching multi-categorical groups of students
  • Ability to work collaboratively and positively with a multidisciplinary team
  • Knowledge and experience with due process procedures
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience with conflict resolution
  • Training and experience in behavior management and knowledge of crisis response¬†


  • Coordinate vocational service learning opportunities for students on-and-off campus.¬†
  • Review incoming student IEPs to provide direct instruction to students receiving special education and assist them with attaining their IEP goals.
  • Drive district vehicles to vocational service learning sites in the absence of s¬†job¬†coach paraprofessional staff.¬†
  • Complete progress report at the end of the summer session per each student’s goals and objectives.¬†
  • Adhere to due process guidelines using district recommended methods and instruments to evaluate students’ skills.
  • Working knowledge of and compliance with state and federal rules and regulations regarding work-based learning programs.
  • Maintain and promote confidentiality per data privacy, MN Government Data Practices Act, FERPA, and HIPPA legislation.
  • Provide¬†job¬†performance feedback to, direct the work of, and support the¬†job¬†coach paraprofessionals in the implementation of the students‚Äô IEP goals.
  • Maintain data as required to monitor and evaluate student progress and communicate regularly with parents of students regarding progress.
  • Advocate for the needs of the students with disabilities.
  • Develop and implement proactive and positive behavioral interventions based on individualized Behavior Intervention Plans.
  • Possess knowledge and ability to utilize techniques to maintain a safe environment (i.e. MANDT, CPI, building emergency plan, etc.)
  • Collaborate with related service providers as needed.
  • Possess knowledge of technology strategies/equipment available to students and, when needed, and implement with students.
  • Collaborate with outside agencies providing services for students and families, especially when interagency collaboration is required or requested by the family or school-year case manager.
  • Communicate effectively and positively with staff, students, parents, and administration.
  • Inquire and bill third parties when parents agree to allow the district to bill their insurance company or medical assistance when needed.
  • Utilize conflict management strategies and resources for support when conflict occurs between staff and/or parents.
  • Attend cluster meetings related to special education.
  • Other related¬†duties as assigned.


ISD 622 is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.