Special Education Case Manager
Caprock Academy Vision
Strengthening the community through the involvement of parents, educators, and community leaders working together to provide an environment that fosters academic excellence and develops strong character in our students. We shape global citizens who set life goals and practice lives of service and virtue.
Caprock Academy Mission
Help all students achieve their highest academic and character potential using proven, accelerated academic programs while providing a safe environment.
In maintaining the integrity of, advocating for, and facilitating the implementation of Caprock Academy’s Vision, Mission, and Core Values, you will:
- Purposefully and positively represent Caprock Academy’s Vision, Mission, and Core Values to its members and the community;
- Engage Caprock Academy’s members and the wider community in supporting Caprock Academy’s goals;
- Promote the Vision, Mission, and Core Values of Caprock Academy’s Charter and the CABD;
- Work collaboratively with members of the Academy, the CABD, and the community; and
- Promote his/her professional growth.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The Special Education Case Manager shall report to and is accountable to the Director of Support Services and Head of School. As a person integral to Caprock Academy’s team, they will maintain the integrity of, advocate for, and facilitate the implementation of Caprock Academy’s Vision, Mission, and Core Values.
- Working with families and the Special Education team to schedule and manage IEP meetings
- Working with all stakeholders in the development of student IEPs
- Managing and monitoring IEP implementation for all students on the caseload
- Compliance oversight
- The case manager will maintain positive, supportive relationships with parents, students and the special education team.
- The case manager will monitor and ensure compliance with all school, district and state regulations.
Qualifications and Skills
- Familiarity with Federal, State and CSI guidelines for special education and 504
- Expertise with a wide range of standardized and informal assessment procedures including progress monitoring tools
- Expertise with research-based instructional programs and strategies
- Knowledge of research-based academic and behavioral interventions
- Ability to effectively communicate effectively in oral and written form
- Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with team members
- Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution with a valid state teaching license and highly qualified content knowledge.
- Hold a Colorado Department of Education issued Special Education Generalist or Special Education Specialist license; or hold a Colorado Elementary Education teaching license and willing to enroll in an alternative teacher licensure program or an accredited Colorado university special education program.
Starting salary $40,000 depending on experience and education. This is a full-time, exempt position.
Competitive benefits package includes health coverage (medical, dental, vision), and Colorado PERA Retirement participation.
Applications will be accepted until March 5, 2024.