The job of Early Intervention Program Supervisor was established for planning, developing, implementing, assessing, coordinating, and supervising program services.
Administers assigned program area (e.g. designs, implements, directs and maintains program services; oversees program policies and procedures development) for the purpose of providing related services.
Communicates with various stakeholders (e.g. students, parents, families, staff, school districts (public and non public) and community agencies; chair and participate on committees; assist in the development and coordination of public relations and marketing; serve as liaison to member school districts) for the purpose of representing the Delaware County Intermediate Unit.
Coordinates program services and provides oversight of program operations (e.g. long and short term planning; contracted services and providers; program evaluation and goal setting; preparation and management of program budget including various funding sources such as grants while working independently with a variety of standardized methods) for the purpose of providing effective services to students and clients.
Develops and implements professional development programs for staff (e.g. orientation; in-service) for the purpose of continually improving the program and services provided.
Implements program services and provides oversight for the purpose of ensuring compliance with Delaware County Intermediate Unit board policies, administrative guidelines, division goals, PDE, and Federal, State and Local laws, and administrative guidelines.
Leads Data-driven decisions while overseeing the gathering, collecting, collating, classifying, and analyzing existing information for the purpose of provide useful information for effective decision making.
Maintains knowledge of current research and evidenced-based best practices for the purpose of developing, assessing and improving the program as well as maintaining compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, laws and regulations.
Oversees monitors, and develops systems and training (e.g. IEPs, ERs, manifestation determinations, FBA, BSP, Title 1) for the purpose of ensuring all documentation is legally defensible and appropriate.
Oversees program related data collection and preparation (e.g. development and maintenance of data collection methodologies; data verification; ) for the purpose of submitting required reports for Federal, Sate and Local government.
Oversees program resources (e.g. program equipment, materials, inventory) for the purpose of ensuring effective and efficient utilization.
Oversees the selection, assignment, orientation, evaluation, support and supervision of program staff (e.g. maintaining staff records to include leaves of absence, leave requests, travel expenses, certification verification; overseeing staff payroll authorizations, terminations and contract implementation) for the purpose of providing program specific human resource management.
Prepares and oversees program budget and allocates funds (e.g. coordinates requests; allocates funds within budgetary fiscal restraints; implements budgetary control functions; adheres to all IU bidding and purchasing policies, regulations and procedures) for the purpose of providing program services aligned with the program budget.
PA Supervisor of Special Education certification OR Principal Administrative Certification
Master’s degree in job related area
Current knowledge of Federal and State Law, PA Standards and Regulations
Proven strength in interpersonal, communicative, consultative and collaborative skills
Experience with curriculum, staff development, budgeting and contracts
Strong organizational, time management and computer skills
About Delaware County Intermediate Unit
The Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) is a regional education services agency. It is our mission to provide leadership for the development of innovative and cost-effective programs to meet the needs of our county. DCIU serves more than 70,000 school-aged students and more than 6,000 educators on a regional basis. Direct instruction is provided to more than 15,000 students enrolled in DCIU’s Special Programs, Career and Technical Education and specialized programs. The Delaware County Intermediate Unit is one of Pennsylvania’s 29 regional educational agencies. Established in 1970 by the State Legislature, IUs were charged with providing services in seven areas: curriculum development and instructional improvement; educational planning services; instructional materials services (technology); continuing professional development; pupil personnel services; management services; and, state and federal agency liaison services. Over the years, DCIU grew to meet Delaware County’s needs by providing these and other services best offered on a regional basis such as special education, technical education, services to nonpublic schools and technology. Today, more than 40 years in the bus...iness of serving the needs of Delaware County, DCIU has grown to provide more than $125 million worth of services through the management of 60 programs.
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