Ability to support Bethel University’s statement of Christian faith and share that knowledge with students and clients
Knowledge of characteristics of students with intellectual disabilities
Ability to plan, develop, and implement curriculum and instruction using principles of Universal Design for Learning
Knowledge of disability accommodations and supports required for students with intellectual disabilities in a postsecondary program
Knowledge of community agencies and service groups focused on supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in developing their employment skills
Ability to provide a supportive and caring environment for students
Ability to establish and maintain open and cooperative communication with BUILD staff, students, parents, and Bethel Community Members
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
Ability to hire, train, and manage student workers
Three years or more experience teaching or working with students with disabilities.
Experience teaching and/or working at transition or college level experience preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or related field: Education, Leadership, Social Sciences, etc.
Must be able work at a computer sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Ability to lift up to twenty pounds to transport instructional materials to classroom/work setting.
Position requires some night or weekend engagements as well as access to transportation to get to work sites.
Work 30 hours per week, 10 months per year.