Topeka Public Schools USD 501Data Recorder, MIS (Special Education)

Topeka Public Schools USD 501

Data Recorder, MIS (Special Education) (7269)

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TitleData Recorder, MIS (Special Education)
Posting ID7269

Title:                           Data Recorder, Special Education    


Reports To:               Director of Special Education


Supervises:               NA


Position Purpose:     To ensure timely and accurate IEP data.



Graduation from high school or equivalency.  Post high school training in operation of computers, office software and peripheral equipment preferred.  Three years experience in a position requiring demonstration of strong office technology skills.


Required Knowledge/Ability/Skills:

Knowledgeable in computer operation and standard office software applications.

Knowledge of data integration procedures and applications.

Ability to work as part of a team in gathering data for student IEP’s.

Ability to develop effective and professional working relationships.

Skilled in completing work with a high level of accuracy; strong detail orientation.

Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Ability to work independent of direct supervision.


Physical/Emotional Requirements:  (The incumbent may be required to use the below requirements during any part of the working day.)

Moving throughout the work location, lifting 10-20 lbs., hand/finger dexterity, eye/hand coordination; above average time pressure, intensity and analytical thinking due to multiple, unrelated demands on time and attention; verbal & written communication.  Ability to spend extended periods of time seated and working at a computer.  Ability to stand and walk at will.

Performance Responsibilities:

Receive and respond to telephone calls and emails regarding IEP processes and procedures.

Review incoming IEP’s for compliance with district and State requirements.

Enter information into WebIEP system (date of evaluation, exceptionalities, consent dates, etc).

Work with HS Department chairs to facilitate the student transfer process.

Work with members of the IEP team to identify and correct systemic concerns with preparation of IEP’s.  Assist with developing streamlines and user-friendly IEP processes.

Assist others with questions about access to Web IEP.

Assist in the preparation of bi-annual reports.

Use data verification process to identify communication needs.

Work with the Demographic department to update and correct data as needed.

Generate requested reports.

Verify student status by reviewing information contained in SIS, KIDS and by contacting schools for information.

Provide information to Targeted Assistance Liaison to identify teachers needing assistance/support.

Assist consulting teachers in the preparation of an IEP handbook.

Serve as contact for Netchemia regarding IEP program questions and concerns.


Terms of Employment:       

10.5 months; salary and work year to be determined by the Board of Education.



Performance of this position will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the board policy on evaluation of Classified Personnel


Significant associations:

The performance responsibilities are not limited to those outlined in this description and may include any other responsibilities as assigned by the administrator/supervisor

Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary Range$11.25 - $12.29 / Per Hour
LocationLundgren Student Center

Applications Accepted

Start Date05/14/2019