Occupational Therapist

Qualifications: Licensure in Occupational Therapy

 

Reports to: Special Education Administration

 

Job Goal: To provide and coordinate services for students who have physical needs

 

Responsibilities:

 

  1. Evaluate students referred for possible occupational therapy services
  2. Attend staffings and/or IEP’s for students referred as needed
  3. Develop appropriate goals and objectives for students
  4. Plan and conduct activities to achieve objectives with frequency of service determined by the IEP team.
  5. Coordinate classroom activities to achieve occupational therapy objectives
  6. Supervise and evaluate occupational therapy assistants and/or para educators.
  7. Provide appropriate training for occupational therapy assistants and/or paraeducators.
  8. Attend school/student improvement teams as a consultant when requested.
  9. Complete and submit all required special education forms/paperwork in a timely manner and as required by the special education administration.
  10. Monitor and re-evaluate student needs as necessary.

 Complete and submit all required special education forms/paperwork in a timely manner.

 

 11. Attend appropriate professional development and convention activities.  Report results of meetings to appropriate groups or for submission of Professional Development points toward the IDPD.  

Liberal USD 480



Job Start Date: August-12-2019
Applications Due By: July-17-2020

Job Contact Information

Kristyn Reust - kristyn.reust@usd480.net - (620)604-1037

Employer Information

Liberal USD 480 www.usd480.net

Unified School District #480

401 N. Kansas Avenue     Liberal, Kansas 620-604-1010     www.usd480.net

USD 480 is a school district with 130 years of history, pride and tradition, including state championships in numerous sports, award-winning“That” Liberal Band, an AVID National Demonstration School, a Spanish/English dual language program, a community early learning m center, and a strong collaboration with Seward County Community College.  But in 2018, we began a new era. As an original member of the Kansas State Department of Education’s Redesign initiative, we emphasize #everylearnereveryday.  

Through a strong community presence and numerous partnerships with local businesses and organizations, our schools focus on personalized learning, project-based learning, and giving back to the community what they have so graciously given us with the construction of new facilities.  In 2014, the Liberal voters overwhelming supported a $127.8 million school bond that resulted in five brand new schools and major renovations to existing buildings across the community- the largest bond project in Kansas at the time! The addition of these schools helped us address overcrowding at neighborhood schools and created state-of-the-art learning environments that students, staff, parents, and community are proud of!

The campuses of USD 480 include:

Central Office (401 N Kansas) - Superintendent and other district-level personnel

Education Service Center (624 N Grant) - BOE, Newcomer’s Center, SPED, warehouse

Bright Start Early Learning Center (preK) - 836 S Jordan Ave

Meadowlark Elementary (grades K-5) - 1200 N Calvert

MacArthur Elementary (grades K-5) - 925 S Holly Drive

Prairie View Elementary (grades K-5) - 615 Warren Ave

Cottonwood Elementary (grades K-5) - 1100 W 11th Street

Sunflower Elementary (grades K-5) - 310 W Pine

Seymour Rogers Middle School (grades 6-8) - 721 Griffith

Eisenhower Middle School (grades 6-8) - 2000 N Western Ave

Liberal High School (grades 9-12) - 1611 W 2nd St


Employer Address: 401 N. Kansas Ave. Liberal, Kansas


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