The overall role of the Compliance Coordinator is to provide broad support to the Student Services Department in the area of IDEA and Section 504 compliance.
- A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
- A current State of Arizona Department of Education certificate related to special education or a current Arizona license to deliver OT, PT, or Speech services
- A minimum of five (5) years of experience in special education or any equivalent combination of experience and education from which comparable knowledge, skills, and abilities have been achieved
- Experience in providing professional development to large groups
- Experience with diverse populations (English Language Learners (ELLs), Special Education)
- Possess excellent oral and written communications skills
- Possess strong interpersonal and collaborative skills
Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation and advising the Director of Student Services on needed actions.
Provide support for systems, procedures, and policies related to Section 504/ADA and IDEA.
Provide differentiated individual training based upon unique individual compliance needs.
Conduct ongoing review and monitoring of IEPs, evaluation reports, prior written notices and Section 504 plans for compliance and best practices.
Provide ongoing feedback and training to staff based on electronic and paper file reviews of IEPs, evaluation reports, prior written notices and Section 504 plans.
Facilitate the implementation of the district’s policies and procedures related to Section 504/ADA and IDEA, and ensure that they are applied consistently district-wide.
Coordinate training for building-level Section 504 Coordinators and special education staff, and ensure that they are informed about their job responsibilities as they apply to IDEA and Section 504 / ADA compliance.
Collect and maintain all Section 504, IEP and Evaluation data (i.e. Section 504 plans, IEPs, evaluation reports and related records, lists of eligible students, discipline records, etc.).
Provide ongoing support and training to administrators, district and building-level staff about requirements under Section 504/ADA, IDEA, staff responsibilities, complaint procedures, and related district policies and procedures.
Provide support in response to Child Find questions and tracking of private school evaluations.
Attend Evaluations and IEPs as district representative, when necessary.
Revise, update, and maintain Special Education Handbook, district website and IEP management system.
Support Student Services Department for ADE monitoring, compliance requests, file reviews.
Facilitate Medicaid School Based Claiming.
Answer inquiries and disseminate information in regard to student records.
Coordinate with district providers such as health aides and therapists on Medicaid Billing.
Compile and provide October 1st student roster for Medicaid cost settlement.
Facilitate health Aide pre-payment review process and manage Medicaid program contacts.
Register new providers with AHCCCS and National Provider Number.
Facilitate CPR certification for health aides and update all therapists licensure and/or certification.
Monitor Random Moment Time Study.
Other duties related to compliance as assigned by the district and school administration.
Additional Salary Information: $1,000 per year for up to 5 years may be added for experience.
Internal Number: 1625
About Isaac SD
Isaac School District No. 5 is a K-8 School district with 10 school sites and is located in the west valley, just north of the I-10 Freeway. The district has over 6,500 students.