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Job Specification

10-month: (73093, P22)
12-month: (73193, P25)

N.J.S.A. 11A:3-4e


Under the direction of an administrator, principal, supervisor or Administrative 
Instructor in a Department of Education state operated school, conducts 
classroom instruction according to prescribed course of study; is responsible 
for student educational progress and behavior; does related duties as required.

NOTE:  The examples of work for this title are for illustrative purposes only. 
A particular position using this title may not perform all duties listed in this 
job specification. Conversely, all duties performed on the job may not be 


Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate 

Conducts periods of instruction daily as required to implement the studentís 
individualized plan and as required by the department to which assigned.

During annual reviews, makes recommendations regarding studentís progress 
and recommend changes in program or placement.

Maintains up-to-date lesson plans, class rosters, records and instructional 
materials for use with special needs students.

Modifies instructions and learning materials according to need.

May organize and chaperone extra-curricular activities such as field trips, clubs, 
sporting events and other social activities.

Identifies instructional supplies as needed in instructional areas to accommodate 
special needs of students.

Participates in examination, evaluation and selection of curriculum materials to 
be used in instruction.

Submits requests for equipment as needed.

Prepares confidential reports on each student as required.

Maintains anecdotal records on individual learning and behavioral/emotional 

Participates in evaluations of prospective students applying for admission, 
when requested.

Maintains a safe and orderly learning environment.

Maintains discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of 
the school.

Prepares report cards as required.

Properly operates and maintains instructional equipment.

Prepares annual report as to instructional achievement, innovative procedures 
and goals as required.

Provides on-going evaluation of each student regarding progress in the 
individualized plan.

Provides leadership and training to new instructors, substitutes and part-time 

Meets with support staff, parents, and IEAís representative to 
discuss/develop/modify individual plans as needed.

Participates and contributes to the development of the school curriculum.

Maintains professional growth and development by attending workshops, 
conferences, in-service training activities and graduate course enrollment.

Attends functions as requested including parent meetings and staffing.

Engage in instructional projects appropriate to program area outside of 
classroom instruction.

Prepares clear, technically sound, accurate, and informative reports containing 
findings, conclusions, and recommendations.

Maintains essential records, reports, and files.

Will be required to learn how to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual 
recording and information systems used by the agency, office, or related units.



Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelorís degree.


Four (4) years of teaching experience in the appropriate field of expertise. 
Experience as a student teacher and/or as a teaching assistant are acceptable 
forms of teaching experience.


Possession of a valid Instructional Certificate with endorsements issued by the 
New Jersey State Board of Examiners, in subject areas as determined by the 
Appointing Authority.

SPECIAL SKILL:  Appointees for the Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf 
must be able to communicate effectively in the language of the deaf, particularly 
American Sign Language, sufficiently to perform essential functions of this position.

SPECIAL NOTE:  Appointees for Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf must 
have a proficiency level of at least an Intermediate level and must be able to reach 
the Advanced or higher-level rating on the Sign Language Proficiency Interview 
(SLPI) within two years of appointment.

Appointees will be required to possess a driverís license valid in New Jersey only 
if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility is necessary to perform 
the essential duties of the position.


Knowledge of lesson plans for a balanced curriculum utilizing relevant textbooks, 
audiovisual aids, and library resources.

Knowledge of policies, curriculum and courses of study for the educational 
development of pupils.

Knowledge of teaching methods and techniques. 

Knowledge of American Sign Language for positions located at the 
Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf.

Knowledge of the appropriate technology to communicate with peers, administration 
and students.

Knowledge of training methods and procedures relevant to the area of specialization.

Knowledge of department rules, regulations, and policies.

Ability to use textbooks and curriculum materials relevant to the area of specialization.

Ability to organize and to implement assignments.

Ability to understand and interpret test data.

Ability to construct tests which adequately measure participantís progress.

Ability to learn to operate audio-visual equipment necessary for lesson enrichment.

Ability to communicate in American Sign Language for positions at the 
Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf.

Ability to write clear, concise lesson plans which can be interpreted by a substitute 
classroom instructor.

Ability to prepare clear, technically sound, accurate, and informative reports 
containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations.

Ability to maintain essential records, reports, and files.

Ability to learn how to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording 
and information systems used by the agency, office, or related units.

Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English sufficiently 
to perform the duties of this position.  American Sign Language or Braille may also 
be considered as acceptable forms of communication.

Persons with mental or physical disabilities are eligible if they can perform the 
essential functions of the job with or without reasonable. If the accommodation 
cannot be made because it would cause the employer undue hardship, such 
persons may not be eligible.

This job specification is applicable to the following title code(s) which
are different work week or work month and/or variants of the job class title:
Local or
Class of
73093SUNL23N/AP2210 Month

This job specification is for state government use only.
Salary range is only applicable to state government.
Local salaries are established by individual local jurisdictions.