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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
SE- HEALTH SUPPORT SPECIALIST, F-T position, 10 mo/yr. plus summer daysSE/HlthSupSp-2/27/24

Ten (10) months/year, plus summer days.

Provide technical assistance and professional development to NYS school health personnel and those providing oversight for school health services (Pre-K-Transition), consistent with NYS laws, regulations, and guidelines within a framework of a coordinated school health model. Additional duties as assigned by the Director in compliance with work plan objectives.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

Professional & Web-Based Development

  • Development and delivery of 1-day seminar/update each year
  • Assist with the creation of webinars
  • Design and implement professional development programs for school health professionals that utilize a variety of training approaches and are consistent with research and best practices.
  • Navigate the front and back end of a website

Technical & Web-Based Assistance

  • Provide ongoing technical assistance to school health professionals, administrators, and parents/guardians via telephone, and email communication in a timely (within 24 - 48 hours) manner.
  • Use technology for communication and increased access to informational research on best practices and professional development.
  • Provide information and resources to assist schools in developing policies and procedures

Survey Administration

  • Work with NYSED to conduct the CDC surveys: School Health Profiles (SHP) and Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
  • YRBS includes:
    • Assist health educator with class selection process and collection of surveys
    • Provide support and on-site administration as needed
    • Keep a log of communication with schools
    • Assemble packages and distribute survey materials to schools
    • Collect, coordinate, and prepare completed surveys to send to another agency
  • SHP includes:
    • Disseminate surveys via mail or electronic means
    • Provide technical assistance to school for survey completion
    • Follow up with contacts to assure receipt of surveys
    • Keep logs of all communications with schools
    • Collect, coordinate, and prepare completed surveys to send to another agency

Other Duties as Assigned by Director (TBD)

$44,000 - $62,000/ Year Based on Experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Art TherapistESYP/ArtTh-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

The Art Therapist uses art media, images and the creative art process and responses to the art work as a reflection of the student’s development, abilities, personality, interests, concerns and conflicts.  This information is used to assess and treat emotional, physical, mental and emotional disorders in students with special needs.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide individual art therapy assessments in multiple locations. 
  2. Prepare and implement art therapy intervention to students individually or in groups as appropriate. 
  3. Maintain all necessary and appropriate records. 
  4. Communicate with administrators, teachers, parents and students regarding progress/status of the art therapy program. 
  5. Participate in staffing, parent meetings, and annual review meetings as appropriate. 
  6. Assist classroom staff in developing instructional techniques in the area of art therapy.
  7. Prepare, implement and evaluate the Individualized Education Plan for each student. 
  8. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$31.00 - $45.00/ Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - LPNESYP/LPN-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

The Licensed Practical Nurse provides health education to parents and staff, monitors mandated screenings and physical evaluations, administers medication and other treatments as prescribed, and maintains health related data for children enrolled in the school age program.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assesses, plans and evaluates the health needs of students and staff. 
  2. Administers medications and treatments per health care providers= orders and parental written authorization based on established guidelines and district policy. 
  3. Follows communicable disease control procedures and informs and advises administration and parents regarding school exclusion and readmission. 
  4. Provides care for student illnesses and accidents.  Completes required reports as per school policies and protocols. 
  5. Assists with pediatric neuro-developmental consultation.
  6. Manages mandated school screening programs and follow up for vision and hearing. 
  7. Reports physical and sexual abuse and neglect as mandated by law. 
  8. Completes a monthly statistical report regarding services provided. 
  9. Plans with administrators, teachers and other school personnel to modify the school environment for students with special needs.
  10. Consults with nurse practitioners for problems outside their area of practice. 
  11. Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$25.00 - $35.00/Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Music TherapistESYP/MT-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

The Music Therapist is responsible for developing and implementing a music therapy program designed to meet the individual needs of students with special needs enrolled. The program is provided in multiple service locations.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide individual music therapy evaluations/intervention in multiple locations. 
  2. Prepare, implement, and evaluate Individualized Education Plans for each student. 
  3. Maintain all necessary and appropriate records. 
  4. Communicate with administrators, teachers, parents and students regarding progress/status of music therapy program. 
  5. Participate in staffings, parent meetings, and annual review meetings as appropriate. 
  6. Provide training activities as requested. 
  7. Assist classroom staff in developing instructional techniques in the area of music therapy. 
  8. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$31.00 - $45.00/Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Occupational TherapistESYP/OT-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

Evaluate, plan, and provide general occupational therapy in multiple service locations to enable students to profit from the Special Education program.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Evaluate the degree of function and disability of students. 
  2. Develop a written prescription to be incorporated into the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) for each student to receive therapy services. 
  3. Provide occupational therapy services in accordance with the written prescription in the IEP. 
  4. Develop and apply adaptive assistance devices and/or self-help techniques to achieve maximum independence. 
  5. Participate in Comprehensive Support Service Team staffing. 
  6. Participate in parent and teacher conferences. 
  7. Prepare and maintain appropriate records. 
  8. Establish and maintain communications with physicians and community agencies working with the students. 
  9. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be required by the Administration.
$31.00 - $45.00/Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Physical TherapistESYP/PT-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

Under the medical direction of a licensed physician, evaluate, plan and provide general physical therapy services to students in multiple service locations to enable them to profit from their education program.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Evaluate the student's degree of function and disability. 
  2. Develop a written prescription to be incorporated into the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) for each student to eceive therapy services. 
  3. Provide physical therapy services in accordance with the written prescription, order or referral of a licensed physician in the IEP. 
  4. Develop and apply adaptive assistive devices and/or self -help techniques to achieve maximum independence. 
  5. Participate in staffings. 
  6. Participate in parent and teacher conferences. 
  7. Prepare and maintain appropriate records. 
  8. Establish and maintain communications with physicians and community agencies working with the students. 
  9. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be required by the Supervisor.

 

$31.00 - $45.00/ Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Registered NurseESYP/RN-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

The Registered Nurse serves as the medical liaison to classrooms and provides oversight to the Licensed Practical nursing staff.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Supervises LPN staff. 
  2. Assists with Health Education for staff and students. 
  3. Assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates the health needs of students and staff. 
  4. Develops individual health care plans with specific goals, objectives, and interventions of the student with special health needs and/or chronic health problems. 
  5. Serves as liaison between the medical community, the school, and the staff regarding student health concerns. 
  6. Assists with mandated School Immunization program and Screening programs. 
  7. Assists in assessing in-school and community health care resources. 
  8. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$31.00 - $45.00/ Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Student Behavioral AssistantsESYP/SBA-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

This is a direct care position involving supervision and observation of students enrolled in the class. The Student Behavioral Assistant acts independently and as a team member in directing, counseling and instructing children in planned/unplanned instructional and recreational activities and daily living routines.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Performs those crisis intervention functions as outlined by the intensive management program supervisor. 
  2. Implements classroom and behavioral goals as determined by the multi-disciplinary instructional team. Assists with the implementation of appropriate coping and resolution skills for students. 
  3. Assists the teacher in small group instruction including planning, evaluating and providing direct instruction under the supervision of the teacher. 
  4. Assists the teacher in preparing instructional materials for classroom teaching and implements certain units as directed by the teacher. 
  5. Collaborates with the teacher in providing progress notes and incident reports as needed. 
  6. Plans and implements extracurricular activities including play productions, seasonal events, etc. 
  7. Provides supervision to student groups during transition times, lunch periods and throughout the day. 
  8. Attends all in-service and regular classroom based staffings as directed b the teacher. 
  9. Maintains contact with outside agencies if/when students are involved in jobs, vocational training, etc. as directed by the instructional team. 
  10. Maintains an awareness of current treatment plans of students assigned and is perceptive of the impact that relationships and activities have on the treatment plan objectives communicating these observations to the instructional team. 
  11. Candidates will need too undergo rigorous three day training in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and yearly re-certification refreshers in the above.

 SPECIAL SKILLS AND APTITUDES:

Candidates must be flexible, patient, physically/emotionally able to handle confrontational situations with students without personalizing these events.  The candidates will also need to be resilient to dealing with sudden, explosive crises that may cause deviations from work plans and schedules.

$18.25 - $20.25/ Hour based on experience
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2024) - Transition SpecialistESYP/TransSpec-1/12/24

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 8 - 9, 2024  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 8, 2024      

Program Dates:  July 10, 2024 - August 20, 2024

Coordinates, plans, prepares and monitors the development of Work-Based Learning Placements for students with special needs for their Special Education Program.  Provides training and technical assistance to high school staff, parents and students on issues related to work-based learning placements.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Identify students in need of work-based learning placements and assist in locating and securing placements for the students in the ESY Program. 
  2. Educate students, parents, school district staff and community service providers about work-based learning opportunities and train each group to develop skills to assume their role in the work-based learning placement. 
  3. Schedule, convene and facilitate meetings, ensuring maximum involvement of the student, parent and community providers. 
  4. Develop and implement work-based learning goals, objectives and activities that present student/family goals, which are useful to school and agency staff and comply with state and federal mandates.
  5. Collaborate with community service and resource providers to ensure appropriate and effective linkages for students with disabilities.
  6. Provide professional consultation regarding students who fall under the IDEA regulations.
  7. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$31.00 - $45.00/ Hour based on experience
Graphic Designer, Full-timeCaTS/GraphicDes-12/21/23

Provide layout and design services to area school districts and BOCES 2 departments. 

$21.00 - $24.00 per hour, based on experience
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-SECURITY GUARDS (Hilton HS /Greece Olympia)-2024RSSP/SecurityHS-12/15/23

Provide student supervision and safety for the Regional Summer School Program.

Program Dates:

  • July 9 - August 16, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9)
  • August 19 & 20, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates

TYPICAL DUTIES:            

  1. Monitor student supervision and safety.
  2. Coordinate and supervise school bus arrivals and departures.
  3. Support implementation of school Code of Conduct and student management system.
  4. Assist with record keeping requirements of student management system.
  5. Liaison to law enforcement if necessary.
  6. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Regional Summer School site principal.

 

$20.00 /hr.
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL -REGISTERED NURSES (Hilton HS & Greece Olympia) -2024RSSP/Rn'sHS-12/15/23

Administers medication and other treatments as prescribed, and maintains health related data for students enrolled in the Regional Summer School Program.

Program Dates:

  • July 9 - August 16, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9)
  • August 19 & 20 seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:            

  1. Administer medications and treatments per health care providers’ orders and parental written authorization based on established guidelines and district policy.
  2. Follow communicable disease control procedures and inform and advise administration and parents regarding school exclusion and readmission.
  3. Provide care for student illnesses/accidents and complete required reports as per school policies and protocols.
  4. Report physical and sexual abuse and neglect as mandated by law.
  5. Plan with administrators, teachers, and other school personnel to modify the school environment for students with special needs.
  6. Perform inventory of health supplies at end-of-program.
  7. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Regional Summer School site principal.
$40.00 /hr.
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-TEACHER AIDES (Hilton HS /Greece Olympia)-2024RSSP/TA HS-12/15/23

Provide assistance to Regional Summer School staff and students in order to implement instructional program as directed by professional staff.

Progam Dates:

  • July 9 - August 16, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9)
  • August 19 & 20, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:            

  1. Assist classroom teacher in providing testing accommodations and instructional support to students attending Regional Summer School.
  2. Assist clerical staff as assigned by the Regional Summer School site principal.
  3. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Regional Summer School site principal.
$16.00 - $17.50 /hr based on experience
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-TECHNOLOGY SERVICE TECH. (Hilton HS /Greece Olympia)-2024RSSP/TST-12/15/23

Provide training and support for teachers on application of web-based technologies into instruction to capitalize on individual student electronic devices.

Program Dates:

  • July 9, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 10 - August 16, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9)
  • August 19 & 20, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:            

  1. Install new equipment.
  2. Install utility and applications software.
  3. Conduct routine systems support (e.g., connect laptops, new users; backups; hard drive management) activities.
  4. Troubleshoot:  Provide first response, evaluation and routing of resources to resolve hardware/software problems.
  5. Conduct module level repairs.
  6. Train staff one-on-one in basic operations.
  7. Maintain support and service records.
  8. Perform other duties appropriate to the position as assigned by the Regional Summer School site principal.
$23.34 /hr
SE-MUSIC THERAPIST, Part and Full Time positions, 10 months/yr.SE/MT- 10/5/23

The Music Therapist is responsible for developing and implementing a music therapy program designed to meet the individual needs of students with special needs enrolled.  The program is provided in multiple service locations.

  1. Provide individual music therapy evaluations/intervention in multiple locations.

  2. Prepare, implement, and evaluate Individualized Education Plans for each student.

  3. Maintain all necessary and appropriate records.

  4. Communicate with administrators, teachers, parents and students regarding progress/status of music therapy program.

  5. Participate in staffings, parent meetings, and annual review meetings as appropriate.

  6. Provide training activities as requested.

  7. Assist classroom staff in developing instructional techniques in the area of music therapy.

  8. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

$44,000 - $62,000/ Year, Based on Experience
SCIENCE KIT PROCESSORS - Full-time position, 12 months/yr.ESP/KP-9/26/23

This is work involving assembling and refurbishing of science kits. 

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Refurbish science kits.
  2. File packing slips.
  3. Catalog and inventory science materials.
  4. Operate duplicating and copying equipment and other simple office machines.
  5. Washing materials.
  6. Additional related duties as requested by Director.
$15.00/ Hour
SE-REGISTERED NURSES (Substitute Per Diem positions)SE/RNSub-7/19/23

The Nurse serves as the medical liaison to classrooms and provides oversight to the Licensed Practical nursing staff. 

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Supervises LPN staff. 
  2. Assists with Health Education for students. 
  3. Assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates the health needs of students. 
  4. Develops individual health care plans with specific goals, objectives, and interventions of the student with special health needs and/or chronic health problems. 
  5. Serves as liaison between the medical community, the school, and the staff regarding student health concerns. 
  6. Assists with mandated School Immunization program and Screening programs. 
  7. Assists in assessing in-school and community health care resources. 
  8. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$160/ Day
SE-INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF-ASL & CUED SPEECH TRANSLITERATORS, Part-time to Full-time positionsSE/InterASL-7/19/23

The Interpreter for the Deaf translates verbal communication into manual language in order to facilitate the communication process for the deaf.  S(he) is responsible for interpreting instruction, movies, class discussion, assignments and pertinent information for students as necessary.

The Cued Speech Transliterator acts as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. S(he) will facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator. S(he) will establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment.

TYPICAL DUTIES (Interpreter for the Deaf): 

  1. Translates verbal information presented in class or other assigned activities, for the deaf. 
  2. Translates manual communication from the deaf for teachers/students. 
  3. Translates for seminars, classes, examinations, meetings, conferences as appropriate. 
  4. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

TYPICAL DUTIES (Cued Speech Transliterator): 

  1. Translates verbal information presented in class, or other assigned activities, for the deaf.
  2. Translates manual communication from the deaf for teachers/students.
  3. Translates for seminars, classes, examinations, meetings, conferences as appropriate.
  4. The primary function of a Cued Speech Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. This environment includes classrooms, laboratory, field trips, assembly and other educational sites deemed appropriate for student learning during school hours. The Cued Speech Transliterator is a member of the educational team. He/she will convey everything as accurately as possible without interjecting opinions. The Cued Speech Transliterator will encourage the student to establish personal, independent relationships with the teacher and other students.
  5. The Cued Speech Transliterator will be held accountable for the following responsibilities:
  • Meeting with teachers and staff as deemed appropriate by the educational team and/or supervisor.
  • Utilizing planning time to prepare for demanding course material as necessary for successful transliterating.
  • Demonstrating professionalism in all interactions with administrators, teachers, staff, with parents and students, and with visitors or individuals unfamiliar with the educational setting.
  • Demonstrating professionalism, especially in applying the RID Code of Conduct and the TEC Unit Code of Conduct to the educational setting.
  • Participating in meetings with the educational team to provide input in the IEP development/review pertaining to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing student’s utilization of transliterating services.
  • Following all school policies as stated in the individual school handbooks.
  • Attending all in-service programs and staff meetings as they relate to general information distributed to the faculty, issues that deal specifically with the educational setting, or Cued Speech Transliterator development.
  • Setting up the physical setting for the most successful interpretation (e.g., determining the best physical arrangement for the Cued Speech Transliterator in relation to the teacher’s presentation style and movement within the classroom; working with the teacher to accommodate closed captioning, FM, and lighting needs during movies, filmstrips, use of overhead projector, etc.)
  • Educating consumers as needed (e.g., training students to use the Cued Speech Transliterator, orientating new Cued Speech Transliterators to the school system, in-servicing teachers, and referring people to other information sources.)
  • Facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator.
  • Establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment.
  • Pursue professional development opportunities.

Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

$32,008 - $42,010/ Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
SE-INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF-ASL & CUED SPEECH TRANSLITERATORS, SubstituteSE/InterASLSub-7/19/23

The Interpreter for the Deaf translates verbal communication into manual language in order to facilitate the communication process for the deaf.  S(he) is responsible for interpreting instruction, movies, class discussion, assignments and pertinent information for students as necessary.

The Cued Speech Transliterator acts as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. S(he) will facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator. S(he) will establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment.

TYPICAL DUTIES (Interpreter for the Deaf): 

  1. Translates verbal information presented in class or other assigned activities, for the deaf. 
  2. Translates manual communication from the deaf for teachers/students. 
  3. Translates for seminars, classes, examinations, meetings, conferences as appropriate. 
  4. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

TYPICAL DUTIES (Cued Speech Transliterator): 

  1. Translates verbal information presented in class, or other assigned activities, for the deaf.
  2. Translates manual communication from the deaf for teachers/students.
  3. Translates for seminars, classes, examinations, meetings, conferences as appropriate.
  4. The primary function of a Cued Speech Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. This environment includes classrooms, laboratory, field trips, assembly and other educational sites deemed appropriate for student learning during school hours. The Cued Speech Transliterator is a member of the educational team. He/she will convey everything as accurately as possible without interjecting opinions. The Cued Speech Transliterator will encourage the student to establish personal, independent relationships with the teacher and other students.
  5. The Cued Speech Transliterator will be held accountable for the following responsibilities:
  • Meeting with teachers and staff as deemed appropriate by the educational team and/or supervisor.
  • Utilizing planning time to prepare for demanding course material as necessary for successful transliterating.
  • Demonstrating professionalism in all interactions with administrators, teachers, staff, with parents and students, and with visitors or individuals unfamiliar with the educational setting.
  • Demonstrating professionalism, especially in applying the RID Code of Conduct and the TEC Unit Code of Conduct to the educational setting.
  • Participating in meetings with the educational team to provide input in the IEP development/review pertaining to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing student’s utilization of transliterating services.
  • Following all school policies as stated in the individual school handbooks.
  • Attending all in-service programs and staff meetings as they relate to general information distributed to the faculty, issues that deal specifically with the educational setting, or Cued Speech Transliterator development.
  • Setting up the physical setting for the most successful interpretation (e.g., determining the best physical arrangement for the Cued Speech Transliterator in relation to the teacher’s presentation style and movement within the classroom; working with the teacher to accommodate closed captioning, FM, and lighting needs during movies, filmstrips, use of overhead projector, etc.)
  • Educating consumers as needed (e.g., training students to use the Cued Speech Transliterator, orientating new Cued Speech Transliterators to the school system, in-servicing teachers, and referring people to other information sources.)
  • Facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator.
  • Establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment.
  • Pursue professional development opportunities.

Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

$32.45/ Hour
STUDENT BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANT - BUILDING WIDE, Full-time, 10 months/yr.CTE/BuildWideSBA-7/6/23

For the 2023 - 2024 School Year (starting August 29, 2023)

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  • Reinforce/support instruction in all assigned Middle Skills classrooms.
  • Assist/supervise Middle Skills Course projects with teacher guidance.
  • Provide instructional support to individuals in small groups to assure learning and skill reinforcement with teacher guidance.
  • Assist classroom teachers in the planning of field trips, guest speakers, and other project based learning tasks.
  • Assist classroom teachers in the daily, weekly, and unit planning for student instruction.
  • Assist classroom with teacher guidance in providing students with feedback on daily and unit assessments as part of the instructional program or assist the teacher in the implementation of the classroom management plan and monitoring student behavior.
  • All others as identified by CTE Administration.
$18.25 - $20.25/ Hour, Based on Experience
TEACHER AIDE - BUILDING WIDE, Full-time, 10 months/yr.CTE/BuildWide-7/6/23

For the 2023 - 2024 School Year (starting August 29, 2023)

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Reinforce/support instruction in all assigned Middle Skills classrooms. 
  2. Assist/supervise Middle Skills Course projects with teacher guidance. 
  3. Provide instructional support to individuals in small groups to assure learning and skill reinforcement with teacher guidance. 
  4. Assist classroom teachers in the planning of fieldtrips, guest speakers, and other project based learning tasks. 
  5. Assist classroom teachers in the daily, weekly, and unit planning for student instruction. 
  6. Assist classroom with teacher guidance in providing students with feedback on daily and unit assessments as part of the instructional program or assist the teacher in the implementation of the classroom management plan and monitoring student behavior. 
  7. All others as identified by CTE Administration.
$16.25 - $17.75 / Hour, Based on Experience
CTE-REGISTERED NURSE FOR SUPERVED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (Hourly, AM only)CTE/RNClinicAM-7/6/23

*Hourly-AM and/or PM - Flexible days and hours based on your availability

Supervises on-the-job learning experiences for students of the Nurse Assisting (Nurse Aide) course. 

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assist in the development of valid clinical experiences for students in the Nurse Assisting course.
  2. Assist in the development of the clinical instruction schedule for the trainee.
  3. Coordinate with classroom teacher all aspects of the clinical experience.
  4. Supervise students in a clinical setting. (January - May 2024)
  5. Meet with participating agency personnel concerning clinical experience matters.
  6. Evaluate students clinical experience progress.
  7. Perform other related duties as requested by Nurse Aide Teacher.
$31.56/ Hour
CTE-REGISTERED NURSE FOR SUPERVED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (Hourly, PM only)CTE/RNClinicPM-7/6/23

*Hourly-AM and/or PM - Flexible days and hours based on your availability

Supervises on-the-job learning experiences for students of the Nurse Assisting (Nurse Aide) course. 

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assist in the development of valid clinical experiences for students in the Nurse Assisting course.
  2. Assist in the development of the clinical instruction schedule for the trainee.
  3. Coordinate with classroom teacher all aspects of the clinical experience.
  4. Supervise students in a clinical setting. (January - May 2024)
  5. Meet with participating agency personnel concerning clinical experience matters.
  6. Evaluate students clinical experience progress.
  7. Perform other related duties as requested by Nurse Aide Teacher.
$31.56/ Hour
CTE-REGISTERED NURSE FOR SUPERVED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (Hourly, AM and PM)CTE/RNClinic AMPM-7/6/23

*Hourly-AM and/or PM - Flexible days and hours based on your availability

Supervises on-the-job learning experiences for students of the Nurse Assisting (Nurse Aide) course. 

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assist in the development of valid clinical experiences for students in the Nurse Assisting course.
  2. Assist in the development of the clinical instruction schedule for the trainee.
  3. Coordinate with classroom teacher all aspects of the clinical experience.
  4. Supervise students in a clinical setting. (January - May 2024)
  5. Meet with participating agency personnel concerning clinical experience matters.
  6. Evaluate students clinical experience progress.
  7. Perform other related duties as requested by Nurse Aide Teacher.
$31.56/ Hour
SE-PARAPROFESSIONALS (Substitutes)SE/SBASubs-5/26/23

A direct care position involving supervision and observation of students enrolled in the class. The Paraprofessional acts independently and as a team member in directing, counseling and instructing children in planned/unplanned instructional and recreational activities and daily living routines.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Performs those crisis intervention functions as outlined by the intensive management program supervisor. 
  2. Implements classroom and behavioral goals as determined by the multidisciplinary instructional team.
  3. Assists with the implementation of appropriate coping and resolution skills for students.
  4. Assists the teacher in small group instruction including planning, evaluating and providing direct instruction under the supervision of the teacher.
  5. Assists the teacher in preparing instructional materials for classroom teaching and implements certain units as directed by the teacher.
  6. Collaborates with the teacher in providing progress notes and incident reports as needed.
  7. Plans and implements extracurricular activities including play productions, seasonal events, etc.
  8. Provides supervision to student groups during transition times, lunch periods and throughout the day.
  9. Attends all in-service and regular classroom-based staffings as directed by the teacher.
  10. Maintains contact with outside agencies if/when students are involved in jobs, vocational training, etc. as directed by the instructional team.
  11. Maintains an awareness of current treatment plans of students assigned and is perceptive of the impact that relationships and activities have on the treatment plan objectives by communicating these observations to the instructional team.
  12. Candidates will need to undergo rigorous three-day training in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and yearly re-certification refreshers in the above.

SPECIAL SKILLS AND APTITUDES:

Candidates must be flexible, patient, physically/emotionally able to handle confrontational situations with students without personalizing these events.  The candidates will also need to be resilient to dealing with sudden, explosive crises that may cause deviations from work plans and schedules.

$18.00/ Hour
SE-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS (Part-time & Full-time positions)SE/OtPt-5/15/23

Evaluate, plan, and provide general occupational therapy in multiple service locations to enable students to profit from the Special Education program.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Evaluate the degree of function and disability of students. 
  2. Develop a written prescription to be incorporated into the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) for each student to receive therapy services. 
  3. Provide occupational therapy services in accordance with the written prescription in the IEP. 
  4. Develop and apply adaptive assistance devices and/or self-help techniques to achieve maximum independence. 
  5. Participate in Comprehensive Support Service Team staffings. 
  6. Participate in parent and teacher conferences. 
  7. Prepare and maintain appropriate records. 
  8. Establish and maintain communications with physicians and community agencies working with the students 
  9. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be required by the Administration.
$44,000- $62,000/ Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
SE-PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (Part & Full-time positions)SE/PT-5/15/23

Under the medical direction of a licensed physician, evaluate, plan and provide general physical therapy services to students in multiple service locations to enable them to profit from their education program. 

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Evaluate the degree of function and disability of students.
  2. Develop a written prescription to be incorporated into the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) for each student to receive therapy services.
  3. Provided physical therapy services in accordance with the written prescription, order or referral of a licensed physician in the IEP.
  4. Develop and apply adaptive assistive devices and/or self -help techniques to achieve maximum independence.
  5. Participate in staffings.
  6. Participate in parent and teacher conferences.
  7. Prepare and maintain appropriate records.
  8. Establish and maintain communications with physicians and community agencies working with the students.
  9. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be required by the Supervisor.
$44,000 - $62,000/ Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
SE-REGISTERED NURSES (Part & Full-time positions)SE/RN-5/15/23

The Nurse serves as the medical liaison to classrooms and provides oversight to the Licensed Practical nursing staff. 

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Supervises LPN staff. 
  2. Assists with Health Education for students. 
  3. Assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates the health needs of students. 
  4. Develops individual health care plans with specific goals, objectives, and interventions of the student with special health needs and/or chronic health problems. 
  5. Serves as liaison between the medical community, the school, and the staff regarding student health concerns. 
  6. Assists with mandated School Immunization program and Screening programs. 
  7. Assists in assessing in-school and community health care resources. 
  8. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$44,000 - $62,000/ Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
SE-STUDENT BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANTS (Part-time and Full-time Paraprofessional positions)SE/SBA-5/15/23

This is a direct care position involving supervision and observation of students enrolled in the class.  The Student Behavioral Assistant acts independently and as a team member in directing, counseling and instructing children in planned/unplanned instructional and recreational activities and daily living routines

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Performs those crisis intervention functions as outlined by the intensive management program supervisor.
  2. Implements classroom and behavioral goals as determined by the multi-disciplinary instructional team.
  3. Assists with the implementation of appropriate coping and resolution skills for students.
  4. Assists the teacher in small group instruction including planning, evaluating and providing direct instruction under the supervision of the teacher. 
  5. Assists the teacher in preparing instructional materials for classroom teaching and implements certain units as directed by the teacher.
  6. Collaborates with the teacher in providing progress notes and incident reports as needed.
  7. Plans and implements extracurricular activities including play productions, seasonal events, etc.
  8. Provides supervision to student groups during transition times, lunch periods and throughout the day.
  9. Attends all in-service and regular classroom based staffings as directed by the teacher.
  10. Maintains contact with outside agencies if/when students are involved in jobs, vocational training, etc. as directed by the instructional team.
  11. Maintains an awareness of current treatment plans of students assigned and is perceptive of the impact that relationships and activities have on the treatment plan objectives communicating these observations to the instructional team.
  12. Candidates will need to undergo rigorous four day training in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and yearly re-certification refreshers in the above.

SPECIAL SKILLS AND APTITUDES:

Candidates must be flexible, patient, physically/emotionally able to handle confrontational situations with students without personalizing these events.  The candidates will also need to be resilient to dealing with sudden, explosive crises that may cause deviations from work plans and schedules.

 

$18.25 - $20.25/ Hour, Based on Experience
SE-CUED SPEECH TRANSLITERATORS, Part-time to Full-time positionsSE/CuedTrans-7/19/22

The primary function of a Cued Speech Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. S(he) will facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator. S(he) will establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Translates verbal information presented in class, or other assigned activities, for the deaf. 
  2. Translates manual communication from the deaf for teachers/students. 
  3. Translates for seminars, classes, examinations, meetings, conferences as appropriate. 
  4. The primary function of a Cued Speech Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. This environment includes classrooms, laboratory, field trips, assembly and other educational sites deemed appropriate for student learning during school hours. The Cued Speech Transliterator is a member of the educational team. He/she will convey everything as accurately as possible without interjecting opinions. The Cued Speech Transliterator will encourage the student to establish personal, independent relationships with the teacher and other students.
  5. The Cued Speech Transliterator will be held accountable for the following responsibilities:
  • Transliterating according to the specifications of the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • Meeting with teachers and staff as deemed appropriate by the educational team and/or supervisor.
  • Utilizing planning time to prepare for demanding course material as necessary for successful transliterating.
  • Demonstrating professionalism in all interactions with administrators, teachers, staff, with parents and students, and with visitors or individuals unfamiliar with the educational setting.
  • Demonstrating professionalism, especially in applying the RID Code of Conduct and the TEC Unit Code of Conduct to the educational setting.
  • Participating in meetings with the educational team to provide input in the IEP development/review pertaining to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing student’s utilization of transliterating services.
  • Following all school policies as stated in the individual school handbooks.
  • Attending all in-service programs and staff meetings as they relate to general information distributed to the faculty, issues that deal specifically with the educational setting, or Cued Speech Transliterator development.
  • Setting up the physical setting for the most successful interpretation (e.g., determining the best physical arrangement for the Cued Speech Transliterator in relation to the teacher’s presentation style and movement within the classroom; working with the teacher to accommodate closed captioning, FM, and lighting needs during movies, filmstrips, use of overhead projector, etc.)
  • Educating consumers as needed (e.g., training students to use the Cued Speech Transliterator, orientating new Cued Speech Transliterators to the school system, in-servicing teachers, and referring people to other information sources.)
  • Facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator. 
  • Establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment. 
  • Pursue professional development opportunities.

            6.  Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

$32,008-$42,010/ Yr (pro-rated FTE), Based on Exp
SE-CUED SPEECH TRANSLITERATORS (Per Diem positions)SE/CuedTransPD-7/19/22

The primary function of a Cued Speech Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. S(he) will facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator. S(he) will establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Translates verbal information presented in class, or other assigned activities, for the deaf. 
  2. Translates manual communication from the deaf for teachers/students. 
  3. Translates for seminars, classes, examinations, meetings, conferences as appropriate. 
  4. The primary function of a Cued Speech Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. This environment includes classrooms, laboratory, field trips, assembly and other educational sites deemed appropriate for student learning during school hours. The Cued Speech Transliterator is a member of the educational team. He/she will convey everything as accurately as possible without interjecting opinions. The Cued Speech Transliterator will encourage the student to establish personal, independent relationships with the teacher and other students.
  5. The Cued Speech Transliterator will be held accountable for the following responsibilities:
  • Transliterating according to the specifications of the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • Meeting with teachers and staff as deemed appropriate by the educational team and/or supervisor.
  • Utilizing planning time to prepare for demanding course material as necessary for successful transliterating.
  • Demonstrating professionalism in all interactions with administrators, teachers, staff, with parents and students, and with visitors or individuals unfamiliar with the educational setting.
  • Demonstrating professionalism, especially in applying the RID Code of Conduct and the TEC Unit Code of Conduct to the educational setting.
  • Participating in meetings with the educational team to provide input in the IEP development/review pertaining to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing student’s utilization of transliterating services.
  • Following all school policies as stated in the individual school handbooks.
  • Attending all in-service programs and staff meetings as they relate to general information distributed to the faculty, issues that deal specifically with the educational setting, or Cued Speech Transliterator development.
  • Setting up the physical setting for the most successful interpretation (e.g., determining the best physical arrangement for the Cued Speech Transliterator in relation to the teacher’s presentation style and movement within the classroom; working with the teacher to accommodate closed captioning, FM, and lighting needs during movies, filmstrips, use of overhead projector, etc.)
  • Educating consumers as needed (e.g., training students to use the Cued Speech Transliterator, orientating new Cued Speech Transliterators to the school system, in-servicing teachers, and referring people to other information sources.)
  • Facilitate communication across the educational setting while maintaining the mainstream environment. This includes training deaf and hearing consumers regarding the role of the transliterator. 
  • Establish effective working relationships with students, staff, and all participants in the educational environment. 
  • Pursue professional development opportunities

     6. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.

$32.45/ Hour

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