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Human Resource Management Plan

A human resources management plan for a Special Education Teacher employment position.

Assist human resources professionals to choose, train, and develop successful Special Education Teacher toward helping the school meet its goals. Use one human resources journal and at least one reputable Web site for human resources professionals.

Focus all five deliverables on a Special Education Teacher position. The deliverables are as follows:

Presentation on job analysis information on job expectations and functions, creating job descriptions, and the role of team work.
Tips for the selection process, recommendations on recruiting methods; interview questions; and compensation, incentive and benefit plans.
Script for orienting new employees, addresses privacy, sexual harassment, immigration, and one other sensitive legal issue; then, it discusses the benefits of this discussion and the disadvantages of its omission.
Training proposal, employee development map, a narrative of the three training stages, choose, train and develop a discussion of the best training method for this position.

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Human Resource Management Plan: Special Education Teacher Employment Position

Job Analysis

A job analysis increases productivity by clearly outlining what is expected of an individual in a specific job position. By creating a job analysis, an employer is better able to match an individual's skills with job positions requiring specific skills. This can prevent job discrimination and enables employees to understand exact requirements for their individual jobs. A job analysis should be geared toward specific job requirements that adheres to the uniform guidelines mandated laws which outlines three guidelines for developing specialized positions to include (1) an understanding that the reason for the job position is for a specific function, (2) a limited amount of positions are available for qualified personnel, and (3) the job position requirements may require specialized skills which would call for personnel with required specialized skills to perform the job requirements.

Job Description for a Special Education Teacher

? Special education teachers must be organized, patient, able to motivate students, have an understanding of their students' special needs, and accepting of differences in others
? All States require teachers to be licensed; traditional licensing requires the completion of a special education teacher training program and at least a bachelor's degree, although some States require a master's degree.

Expectation and Function of a Special Education Teacher

Special education teachers work with individuals who have a variety of disabilities to include severe cognitive, emotional, or physical disabilities, primarily teaching them life skills and basic literacy (National Association of Special Education Teachers, 2007). Special education teachers are expected to be able to develop an individualized education program (IEP) for each student receiving special education in which personalized goals for the student are tailored to their individual needs and abilities. In addition, special education teachers are expected to design and teach appropriate curricula, assign educational materials specifically geared toward each student's needs and abilities, and grade papers and homework assignments. Special education teachers must process the ability to work as a member of a team as their main job function is to create a safe and effective educational environment to include assisting students in other areas outside of the classroom.

Selection Process

In the event of filling a position for a special education teacher, three selection tools may be used to obtain required information on future employees and employees who will be best qualified for the job requirements as well as future job performance;
1. An application,
2. References and recommendations, and
3. A structured ...

Solution Summary

Human Resource Management Plan, Job Analysis, Selection Process, Recruitment Methods, Interview Questions, Legal Issue to be addressed