All Other Positions - Vision Academy Charter School
Position: All Other Positions
Subject Area: (none)
Job Title: Intervention Teacher in Math and/or Reading
Job Location: Vision Academy
Beginning: Immediately
Deadline: Open until filled **
District: Vision Academy Charter School
Lansdowne, PA 19050
Telephone: 484-466-2630
Job Description:
Position Description
The intervention specialist provides specialized training in reading, English, mathematics and writing to students who are struggling academically; he or she also works with school boards to implement intervention programs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities of an Intervention Specialist
•Assesses students and groups of students using various test results to help determine placement.
•Uses data, such as progress reports and areas of trouble, to provide instruction to students and bring their skills up to grade-level.
•Monitors the progress of his or her entire caseload, maintains records and communicates with parents and teachers.
•Attends and participates in ongoing training sessions, data analysis meetings and workshops.
•Works with a team to help identify the best practices for individual students and groups of students.
•Provide input regarding the development and implementation of an intervention plan.
•Works with teachers and principals to teach the intervention tactics.
•Prepares reports for parents, teachers and principals regularly.
•Attends the appropriate training to improve knowledge and skills.
•Participates in evaluations of the intervention plan.
•Manages and orders materials that are necessary for performing job functions.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
•Must be able to work collaboratively with groups of parents, teachers and students.
•Demonstrates the ability to make appropriate recommendations to teachers based upon collected data.
•Shows ability to use basic office equipment such as computers, fax machines, copiers and telephones.
•Possesses a strong understanding of the English language, spelling and proper grammar.
•Demonstrates patience for working with students who may have serious learning disabilities.
•Shows the ability to create and maintain a safe, orderly environment that is conducive to learning.
Education and Experience
In order to work as an intervention specialist, a candidate should possess a bachelors degree in education or a related field,  Certified teacher preferred.

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