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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
COORDINATOR OF REGIONAL BILINGUAL EDUCATION RESOURCE NETWORK (RBERN)-Full-time, 12 Mos.CIPD/RBERNCoor-02/21/2024

Manage all aspects of the RBE-RN program and to serve as the primary regional liaison with staff at NYSED and other NYSED school improvement providers as applicable, to identify and address regional issues/concerns and professional development needs.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Manage all aspects of the RBE-RN program.
  2. Serve as management liaison with staff of NYSED Office of Bilingual Education-World Language (OBE-WL) and other NYSED offices.
  3. Develop budget and manage the project’s financial resources to carry out the objectives of the contract.
  4. Participate in NYSED OBE-WL meetings, professional development sessions and all other statewide meetings or training as required.
  5. Develop the annual work plan in response to NYSED directives and regional needs.
  6. All other duties as assigned.
$80,000 - $100,000/ Year Based on Experience
ADULT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - Manufacturing Technician (Part-Time, Evenings)CWD/AdEdManufTech-02/21/24

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Prepare syllabus and daily lesson plans and hands-on projects for the practical application of the curriculum
  • Preparing and delivering instructional material to assist students’ learning
  • Maintain accurate records of attendance and student progress
  • Provide individual and group instruction in the implementation of the curriculum
  • Use a variety of instructional strategies to property monitor and assess student performance
  • Prepare pre/posttests and performance evaluations for students at the completion of each unit
  • Classes Tuesday and Thursday 5:30-8:30 plus additional hours for planning and grading as assigned
  • Use relevant technology to support instruction
  • Maintain and modify curriculum to remain current and up to date
  • Maintaining accurate and complete records of student attendance and progress throughout the course
  • Observe and evaluate student performance and development
  • Order student textbooks, supplies, materials, and equipment necessary for the implementation for the job training program
  • Provide appropriate safety training
  • Effective supervision of students
  • Maintain and modify curriculum to remain current and up to date
  • Monitor employment tracking of students and assist in collecting placement data
  • Maintain all safety standards as mandated by OSHA and the BOCES 2 organization
  • Consistent and effective program recruitment
$21.00 - $35.00/ Hour Based on Experience
ADULT EDUCATION - Transportation Program CoordinatorCWD/TransportCoord-2/21/24

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Program Coordination

  • Coordinate and provide direction for all transportation related career training programs, included but not limited to Commercial Driver’s License – Class B
  • In collaboration with instructors, develop and coordinate all curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices for applicable career training programs
  • Ensure program curriculum and assessments are aligned to all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) and NYS motor vehicle and education regulations
  • Manage and complete Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) provider database with all required student data
  • Develop and maintain a close working relationship with local workforce and industry partners through written and verbal communication and on-site visits.
  • Guide the teaching activities of assigned programs, including review and recommendation of teaching schedules.
  • Assist teachers in the development of quality instructional practices.
  • Use collaborative problem-solving to address issues and solve problems.
  • Plan and support onboarding procedures and training for new staff
  • Coordinate and oversee orientation for all new instructors and examiners
  • Communicate with prospective students regarding enrollment requirements and process. Oversee the enrollment and application process, ensuring all students have completed required steps prior to class start.
  • Track student progress through the program, providing support as necessary
  • Collaborate with admissions team on marketing and recruitment for programming
  • Coordinate substitute instructional support as needed, including maintaining sub lists, identifying and training substitutes to ensure instructional coverage.
  • Plan and coordinate employer visits to connect students to employment opportunities
  • Establish and maintain relationships with local employers and relevant workforce organizations
  • Collect and analyze student completion, certification, job placement outcomes, making data-driven recommendations for continuous improvement
  • Maintain accurate records, prepare reports, and communicate program updates to stakeholders
  • Stay informed about changes in the transportation industry and integrate relevant updates into the program

Road Test Site Coordination

  • Work with NY DMV to establish BOCES as an approved CDL-B third-party road test site
  • Work with area school districts to develop partnerships for CDL-B testing school employees
  • Oversee all road test policies, procedures and schedules, including coordination of examiners

Regional Collaboration

  • Participate in the Rochester Area Transportation Supervisors Association
  • Develop and implement new programs based on community needs and department resources
  • Work with community partners on resource sharing to establish new training sites
  • Collaborate with grant writing, development, and implementation
  • Provide formal presentations to external groups, as needed.

Other

  • Attend at least 14 hours of approved professional development and additional staff development days each school year.
  • Participate in teams and committees as assigned
  • All safety standards as mandated by the BOCES 2 organization
  • Other duties as determined by the Director of BOCES 2 CWD
  • Flexible schedule with possibility for hybrid schedule. Evening availability required: 1-2 evenings a week to support evening programs.  
  • Requires periodic travel to multiple locations within Monroe County
$54,000 - $67,000/ Year Based on Experience
CTE TEACHER-Residential/Commercial Electrical, F-T positionCTE/Electr-2/15/24

Teacher, Residential and Commercial Electrical: Residential & Commercial Electrical (monroe2boces.org)

Teach high school public education that is aligned to the residential and commercial electrical industry.  The Residential and Commercial Electrical program meets NYS Standards and is designed to prepare high school students for transition to skilled employment and/or continued education.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Develop, plan, and implement curriculum, lab experiences and assessments aligned to the National Electric Code and locally developed curriculum and NYS Learning Standards.
  2. Teach and prepare high school Electrical students for success after high school.
  3. Assess and monitor student progress to guide instruction (daily, weekly, and quarterly assessment of student progress).
  4. Teach High School students the components of Career Development and transferable Career Readiness Skills, including the Career and Financial Management curriculum.  
  5. Collaborate with academic teachers to integrate related literacy, math, and science instruction.
  6. Create and implement an effective classroom management plan that supports the Code of Conduct.
  7. Establish a safe learning environment with active supervision and instruction in the proper use of all tools and equipment.
  8. Work collaboratively with Operations and Maintenance to ensure all necessary and reasonable safety precautions in accordance with OSHA and DOH guidelines are followed to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
  9. Communicate with students, CTE colleagues, parents, component districts and when necessary, Special Education colleagues.
  10. Collaborate with Work Based Learning Coordinators, as well as industry and community partners, to create work-based learning opportunities for students.
  11. Complete all record keeping functions related to the classroom; including but not limited to grades, attendance, worked-based learning hours, etc.
  12. Attend professional development, faculty meetings, and establish and facilitate advisory committee meetings. Attend and assist with events such as Open House and CTE Expo.
  13. Perform additional professionally related duties at the request of CTE administration.
$44,000 - $62,000 / Year, Based on Experience
SE-TEACHER - SPECIAL EDUCATION ELEMENTARY, Full-Time, 10 mos.SE/Elem-2/12/24

The Classroom Teacher is responsible for developing and implementing an instructional program designed to maximize the academic progress and meet the individual needs of enrolled students with special needs.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Establish and implement units of instruction to meet the instructional objectives of students, consistent with the Standards of the New York State Education Department and curriculum of the Office of Special Education.
  2. Monitor and report to parents/administrators the educational process of all students enrolled.  This includes activities such as progress reports, achievement and diagnostic educational evaluations.
  3. Participate in meetings and parent conferences to review the programs and progress of students.
  4. Direct the activities of program aides and make semi-annual recommendations to the Supervisor.
  5. Direct the participation of volunteers and student teachers in the classrooms.
  6. Develop and implement structured classroom teaching model, including use of assistive technology and visual communication system management plans in coordination with support staff and supervisor.
  7. Perform all classroom clerical duties such as maintenance of cumulative folders and attendance records and completion of all forms as directed by the Office of Special Education.
  8. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor of Instruction.
$44,000 - $62,000 / Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, 12 months/yr.IP/AsstDirEC-2/8/24

Start Date:  July 1. 2024 or sooner if available.

In collaboration with the Director, the Assistant Director supports the overall leadership of the Department for Exceptional Children, specifically focusing on the management, implementation and evaluation of all instructional programs including 10-month and Extended School Year.

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Uphold policies, rules and regulations of Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES, along with state and federal guidelines, including Part 200 Regulations.
  2. Provide departmental oversight of a comprehensive professional learning plan to include coordination, delivery, and evaluation of effectiveness.
  3. Lead department-wide efforts to develop, implement and evaluate a rigorous, relevant curriculum that utilizes evidence-based best practices and meets all New York State learning standards and initiatives.
  4. Lead the development, implementation and evaluation of the department’s Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) program ensuring all students are receiving the appropriate academic, behavioral, and social emotional interventions they need to successfully meet their goals.
  5. Provide oversight of the department’s Central Referral process focused on coordinating the development of class lists, review enrollment projections and inform Director of any emerging needs for new classrooms and locations.
  6. Lead the utilization of technology to enhance instruction across the department, working collaboratively to procure resources, develop staff proficiency, and support student access.
  7. Conduct Annual Professional Performance Reviews for classroom teachers and support personnel as assigned.
  8. Serve as an active member of the department’s Administrative Council to include supporting Director in developing agendas and action items.
  9. Participate in Pupil Personnel Services meetings and any additional regional and/or state meetings as required.
  10. Supervise the preparation and submission of appropriate local, state, and federal reports related to the department’s instructional programs.
  11. Assist the Director in annual budget preparation and monitoring.
  12. Represent the Director on committees/advisory groups as required.
  13. Assume overall responsibility of the department in the absence of the Director.
  14. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director for Exceptional Children
$95,000 - $125,000/ Year, Based on Experience
CaTS-INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST, F-T position, 10 months/yr. + possible supplemental daysCaTS/ITS-2/1/24

Provide advocacy and instructional leadership for the understanding and use of technology in classroom instruction and assessment.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Train teachers and support staff to effectively incorporate technology into classroom instruction and assessment.  (Train the trainers: Coordination)
  2. Provide individualized, classroom-based, technical/instructional assistance.
  3. Plan and design professional learning opportunities for a wide range of school audiences (departments, grade level teams, administrators, etc.).
  4. Evaluate/demonstrate instructional technology hardware and software products.
  5. Study/communicate technology ideas and trends that hold future promise for classroom instruction and assessment.
  6. Represent BOCES in regional Instructional Technology meetings.
  7. Conduct planning, applied research, and evaluation projects.
  8. Train staff how to generate and analyze reports that hold data to inform their instruction.
  9. Collaborate with vendor, district and/or BOCES partners to offer regional professional learning opportunities.
  10. Liaison with steering committees for Staff Development and Curriculum Development.
  11. Perform other duties appropriate to the position as assigned.
$44,000 - $62,000/year based on experience
CWD- Clerical Substitute (per diem)CWD/ClerkSub-1/24/24

To perform duties as assigned under the direction of the CWD Administration or a specified designee.

Typical Duties

  1. Responsible for greeting visitors/students and answering phones.
  2. Provides clerical support including scheduling appointments, typing, correspondence, mailings, and distribution.
  3. Prepares and maintains records as assigned.
  4. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the CWD Administration or a designee.
$16.00/ Hour
SE-OFFICE CLERK II, III or IV - F-T position, 12 months/yr.SE/OC2or3or4-01/23/2024

Provide clerical support to the hiring and recruiting functions that the Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for.

TYPICAL DUTIES (Will include some of these duties): 

1. Provide general clerical support; ie; filing, answering telephones, customer service, etc.

2. Support with HR functions, including: 

3. Receptionist responsibility for the Department for Exceptional Children.

  • Interview Scheduling
  • Applicant tracking
  • Processing paperwork for rejection letters
  • Status Changes/Name Changes processing for current employees
  • Processing student teacher, intern, and volunteer requests
  • Employment Recommendations

4. Supporting the management of:

  • HR Candidate Tracking
  • EC Staff Directory
  • Staff User Accounts
  • SchoolTool (Locations)
  • RecruitFront
  • Child Abuse Registry
  • ID Badges
  • On-line Mileage Approvals

5. Support with the onboarding of new hires:

  • New Hire Packets
  • Orientation Folders
  • Orientation Handbook
  • Fingerprint Clearance

6. Support for:

  • Collegial Partner/Mentor Program
  • EC Human Resources Sharepoint site
  • Professional/Paraprofessional Orientation/Staff Development (as applicable)
  • Extended School Year

7. Support with exiting employees:

  • Exit Interviews
  • Filing 105 forms for departing staff members

8. Assist with hiring and recruiting marketing (ex. organization of BOCES career fair, recruitment fair registrations, researching recruiting opportunities/events).

9. Substitute Database- keep the list current, review trackers for applicants.

10. Frontline Absence Management Support (ex. monthly sub data, substitute profiles).

11. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the HR Coordinator.

$16.00 - $20.00/Hour based on experience
ADULT EDUCATION - Career Training Instructor (Evening Hours, Per Diem)CWD/CareerTrain-1/3/24

To provide quality instruction for post-secondary/adult Career Training Courses.  Seeking content specialists interested in teaching courses in construction, manufacturing, transportation, and healthcare.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Prepare syllabus and daily lesson plans and hands-on projects for the practical application of the curriculum.
  • Maintain accurate records of attendance and student progress.
  • Provide individual and group instruction in the implementation of the curriculum.
  • Prepare pre/post-tests and performance evaluations for students at the completion of each unit.
  • Order student textbooks, supplies, materials, and equipment necessary for the implementation for the job training program.
  • Effective supervision of students.
  • Maintain and modify curriculum to remain current and up to date.
  • Maintain all safety standards as mandated by OSHA and the BOCES 2 organization.
  • Monitor employment tracking of students.
  • Consistent and effective program recruitment.
$21.00 - $35.00/ 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
SE- AUTISM SPECIALIST, Part-time position, 10 months/yr.SE/AutSpecPT-10/26/23

Provide consultation, transition support and staff development to BOCES and component district staff to meet the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  These services would support both preschool and school aged programming.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide classroom-based consultation to teachers and support staff in designing appropriate classroom environments and instructional plans for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  2. Coordinate and/or support transitions of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders between educational systems; Preschool to School Aged; School Aged to Community.
  3. Provide direct staff development to BOCES and component district staff on progressive structured teaching approaches.
  4. Coordinate staff development for BOCES and component districts in instructional areas requiring liaison with outside agencies or other community resources.
  5. Perform behavioral support consultant duties as assigned.
  6. Provide community-based presentations and/or conference/workshop sessions on topics relating to Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  7. Develop and disseminate information and program descriptions to parents and community based referral sources.
  8. Represent BOCES 2 in various community forums and committees relating to Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  9. Participate in staffings and CPSE/CSE meetings as appropriate to review the programs of students.
  10. Provide individual assessments/consultation for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  11. Maintain necessary records.
  12. Perform other such professional related duties as may be assigned by the Assistant Director for Exceptional Children or appropriate Special Education Supervisor.
$44,000-$62,000/Yr. based on FTE and Experience
ADULT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - Adult Literacy Instructor, Per Diem SubstitutesCWD/AdEdSub-10/18/23

Per diem instruction for Literacy Program (Daytime or Evening)

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  • Provide instruction for literacy program in High School Equivalency or English for Speaker of Other Languages (ESOL) classroom per substitute plans
  • Manage the classroom procedures and policies to meet student and organizational needs.
  • Collaborate with the staff in the classroom and organization as needed
  • Report and document student attendance according to program guidelines.
  • Come prepared with instructional activities if substitute plans are not available.
  • Hours vary per assignment; classes take place in the morning, afternoon, and evening.
  • Substitute Workshop Training required
  • Maintains all safety standards as mandated by the BOCES 2 organization
  • Other duties as determined by the Director of BOCES 2 CWD
  • Report directly to the Director of BOCES 2 CWD

 

$16.00 - $25.00/ Hour, Based on Experience
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
CTE TEACHER- INTRO TO TRANSPORTATION TRADES, Full-time, 10 monthsCTE/introTranspTrade-10/3/23

Teach introductory industry aligned curriculum for a variety of transportation trades, designed to prepare students for transition to entry level employment and/or continued education in their chosen field

TYPICAL DUTIES:  

  1. Develop, plan and implement curriculum and assessments aligned to Transportation Trades (car detailing, small engines, tire and oil changes, etc.) and NYS Learning Standards (CDOS and Literacy).
  2. Assess and monitor student progress to guide instruction (daily, weekly, and quarterly assessment of student grades).
  3. Collaborate with academic teachers as needed to integrate related literacy, math and science instruction
  4. Collaborate with Instructional Specialists for Special Education and other support staff to ensure IEP implementation.
  5. Create and implement an effective classroom management plan that supports the code of conduct.
  6. Establish a safe learning environment with active supervision and proper use of all tools and equipment.
  7. Communicate with students, CTE colleagues, parents, component districts and when necessary, Special Education colleagues.
  8. Collaborate with work based learning coordinators, as well as industry and community partners, to create work based learning opportunities for students.
  9. Complete all record keeping functions related to the classroom. Including but not limited to grades, attendance, work-based learning hours, etc.
  10. Attend professional development, faculty meetings and establish and facilitate advisory committee meetings. Attend and assist with events such as open house and information night.
  11. Perform additional professionally related duties at the request of CTE administration         
$44,000 - $62,000/ Year, Based on Experience
SE-TEACHERS - SPECIAL EDUCATION FLOAT TEACHER (Long-Term Substitute)SE/SpEdLTS-9/28/23

The float teacher is responsible for stepping in during a teacher or paraprofessional absence.  As the teacher, they will implement an instructional program designed to maximize academic progress and meet individual needs of students with special needs.  As the paraprofessional, they will assist the classroom teacher and work with students either individually or in groups addressing needs and offering support. The float teacher may provide support to more than one location within a given school day. This teacher may be deployed to any/all Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES classroom settings during the course of the year.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Act as sub teacher or paraprofessional in all Exceptional Children programs; may cover more than one location within a given day.
  2. Offer support to classroom during a teacher absence to implement curriculum, instruction and assessment to promote the educational growth of students, consistent with the Standards of the New York State Education Department and curriculum of the Department for Exceptional Children.
  3. Offer support to classroom during a paraprofessional absence to support teacher and students with academic, social/emotional, behavioral, and physical needs.
  4. Attend to the physical needs of children, including toileting, feeding, and lifting as needed.
  5. As the teacher, direct the activities of program paraprofessionals.
  6. As the teacher, direct the participation of volunteers and student teachers in the classrooms.
  7. Implement social-emotional interventions and classroom and behavior management plans in coordination with mental health staff and supervisor.
  8. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$44,000-$62,000/Year (pro-rated), Based on Exp.
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- CONSULTANT TEACHER (Full-Time, 10 Months)SE/ConsTeachs-09/06/23

Responsible for collaborating and assisting with the implementation of an instructional program designed to meet the individual needs of students with disabilities in inclusion models.

  1. Assist in developing and implementing curricular adaptations/instructional strategies with the classroom teacher(s).
  2. Serve as a liaison between the Special Education Department, special area teachers, parents, and other team members.
  3. Participate in team meetings.
  4. Collaborate with team members in the development of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  5. Communicate with parents regarding the educational program and progress of their child.
  6. Assist in directing the activities of teacher aides.
  7. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor of Special Education.
$44,000 - $62,000 / Year, Based on Experience
ADULT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - CDL Instructor (Class B), Part-Time/ Days, Evenings, SaturdaysCWD/CDL-8/17/23

*Part-Time/Days, Evenings, Saturdays

*Flexible Scheduling

*Multiple Locations within Monroe and Genesee County

 

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES is seeking highly motivated individuals who have served locally and nationally as a commercial driver, to share their knowledge and experiences with those individuals who are training to get their CDL.  Successful candidates will provide instruction in the theory and daily operation of vehicles such as, commercial and school busses, dump trucks, box trucks and straight  

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY:  

  • Preparing and delivering instructional material to assist students to learn how to safely and effectively drive automatic transmission commercial busses and school busses, dump trucks, box trucks and straight trucks.
  • Develop/follow course outlines, lesson plans and assessments aligned to Federal Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) programs.
  • Provide instructional support for students so that they are able to knowledgeably move through the NYS CDL testing process, including road test preparation.
  • Use a variety of learning materials and equipment to properly monitor and assess student performance.
  • Use relevant technology to support instruction.
  • Coordinate annual advisory board meetings as required by accreditation regulations.
  • Observe and evaluate student performance and development.
  • Providing appropriate feedback during instruction.
  • Maintaining accurate and complete records of student development and progress throughout the CDL Process.
  • Provide appropriate on-road guidance and driving instruction to ensure safe student use of vehicles.
  • Communicate vehicle use needs with vendors/providers.
  • Coordinate use of vehicles with vendors/providers.
  • Work with students to identify drive times for practicing.
  • Maintain all safety standards as mandated by the BOCES 2 organization
  • Performing other duties as requested
$21.00 - $35.00/ Hour, Based on Experience
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
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-TEACHERS (Per Diem and Long Term Substitute positions), Exceptional Children, Special EducationSE/SUBTCHRS-7/19/23

The Substitute Classroom Teacher is responsible for maintaining the classroom and instruction on a daily basis for students with disabilities.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Review IEP’s and behavior plans of students in the class. 
  2. Carry out instructional activities per the substitute plans. 
  3. Manage the classroom with student behaviors and needs. 
  4. Collaborate with the staff in the classroom to help the students have a successful day. 
  5. Come prepared with instructional activities in the event that substitute plans are not available.
$145/$160/ day; $44,000-$62,000/yr (LTS),Based Exp
SE-MENTAL HEALTH (School Social Workers & School Psychologists) - Per Diem & Long Term SubstitutesSE/MentHealthPD-7/19/23

Per Diem & Regular Substitute positions

The School Psychologist is responsible for providing the psychological services related to the management and learning of students with special needs. 

The School Social Worker is responsible for the provision of student and family counseling and social services.

TYPICAL DUTIES ( School Psychologist): 

  1. Provide individual psychological evaluation services as required. 
  2. Provide student and family counseling as mandated by the Regulations of the Commissioner or stipulated in Individual Educational Plans. 
  3. Assist in developing procedures for maintaining classroom management related to learning and/or behavioral problems. 
  4. Assist in communicating directly with teachers and parents the results of psychological evaluations and observations of students, as well as recommendations for procedures to alleviate difficult learning and/or behavioral problems. 
  5. Communicate with agencies working with students and families.
  6. Prepare and maintain up-dated psychological records, including activities such as evaluations, observation of students, and communications with community agencies. 
  7. Participate in staffing conferences to review the programs and progress of students. 
  8. Serve as instructor in workshop programs offered for Special Education staff, participating school district staffs and parents. 
  9. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor of Special Education.

TYPICAL DUTIES (School Social Worker): 

  1. Counsel students and family members for interpersonal and/or behavior problems associated with school. 
  2. Inform teachers about pertinent experiences that influence student behavior. 
  3. Establish and maintain liaison with agencies working with the students and their families, such as Social Security for SSI benefits, Family Court for matters relating to wills and guardianship, the juvenile court system and the Division of Youth. 
  4. Participate in staffing conferences to review the programs and progress of students. 
  5. Prepare and maintain up-dated records including activities such as triennial social   histories, parent conference summaries, and communications with community agencies. 
  6. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$160/ Day; $44,000 - $62,000 (LTS)
SE-Office Clerical Support (Substitutes)SE/SubCler-7/19/23

Perform duties as assigned under the direction of the Special Education Supervisor or specified designee.

  1. Provides clerical support to the Special Education Supervisor, or a designee, including scheduling appointments, typing, correspondence, mailings and distribution.
  2. Prepares and maintains records as assigned.
  3. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor or a designee.
$16.00/ Hour
SE-TEACHERS-SPEECH SCHOOL AGE (Per Diem & Long Term Substitute positions)SE/SpeechSubs-7/19/23

Responsible for providing the speech and language services related to the needs of children for a classroom and on an itinerant basis.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Provide individual speech and language evaluations/intervention 
  2. Assist classroom teachers in developing instructional techniques in the areas of speech and language development 
  3. Communicate with administrators, teachers, parents, and students regarding difficult speech and language problems 
  4. Maintain communication with speech and hearing agencies and participating schools in areas of diagnosis and remediation of speech, hearing, and language problems 
  5. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$160/ Day; $44,000 - $62,000/ Year (LTS)
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-TUTORS (Hourly)SE/TUTORS HOURLY-7/19/23

Tutors are responsible for providing instruction to students confined to the home or hospital or awaiting appropriate program placement.

TYPICAL DUTIES:      

1.  Provide instruction to students confined to the hospital, home or awaiting appropriate program placement. 

2.  Monitor and report progress to the classroom teacher and administration. 

3.  Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the classroom teacher or the Supervisor of Special Education.

$35.00/ Hour
TEACHERS -Career/Technical Education (Substitutes, Per Diem)CTE/SUB TCHRS-7/6/23

WeMoCo Building - Career and Technical Education Center (Spencerport)

Substitute for the classroom teacher in their absence.  Conduct class as directed.

  • Meet and instruct assigned classes in their locations and at the times designated in the absence of the regular assigned teacher on a per diem basis.
  • Follow established plans for the delivery of instruction/classroom management as set forth by the teacher.
  • Develop and maintain a classroom environment conducive to effective learning and maintain standards of classroom behavior.  Utilize the administrative and instructional support resources provided by the career/technical program.
  • Evaluate student progress. Authentic daily and weekly student grades and attendance.
  • Take all necessary and reasonable safety precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
  • Assist in upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative regulations, and Board policy.
$160/ Day (Certified), $145/ Day (Uncertified)
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
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 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
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
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
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-TEACHER-SPECIAL EDUCATION SECONDARY, Part and Full-Time positions, 10 months/yr.SE/SpEdSec-5/25/23

Responsible for developing and implementing an instructional program designed to maximize the academic progress and meet the individual needs of the students with emotional disturbance enrolled in this program.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Establish and implement units of instruction to meet the instructional objectives of students, consistent with the Standards of the New York State Education Department and curriculum of the Office of Exceptional Children.
  2. Monitor and report to parents, administrators and the CSE the educational progress of all students enrolled.  This includes activities such as progress reports, achievement and educational evaluations.
  3. Participate in meetings, parent conferences and CSE meetings to review the programs and progress of students.
  4. Direct the activities of program paraprofessionals and evaluate their performance as needed.
  5. Enroll students in building special area classes, if needed, and monitor their progress throughout the year.
  6. Develop and implement social-emotional interventions and formal classroom behavior management plans in coordination with mental health staff and supervisor.
  7. Perform all classroom clerical duties such as maintenance of cumulative folders and attendance records and completion of all forms as directed by the Office of Exceptional Children.
  8. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$44,000 - $62,000 / Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
SE-Teacher - English to Speakers of Other Languages - TESOL, Part & Full Time, 10 months/yr.SE/TESOL-9/15/23

Responsible for developing and implementing an instructional program to create English language arts proficiency that supports academic achievement for assigned limited English proficient (LEP)/English Language Learners (ELL).

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assess English language proficiency of new or incoming students as part of identification procedures and conduct annual assessment, as per CR Part 154 regulations. 
  2. Plan and implement English Language Arts (ELA) instruction for assigned LEP/ELL students; learning experiences should assist students in achieving the NYS learning standards. In addition to direct instruction, responsibilities include activities such as identification of learning activities that may supplement instruction in classrooms. 
  3. Monitor and report to administrators, classroom teachers, and parents the progress of assigned LEP/ELL students in attaining the ELA learning standards. Activities include, but are not limited to, annual achievement reports and periodic individual evaluations. 
  4. Participate in department and building staff meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and other meetings as necessary to review the program and progress of students.
$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-TEACHERS- SPEECH, SCHOOL AGE (Part & Full-Time, 10 mos.)SE/Speech-5/15/23

Responsible for providing the speech and language services related to the needs of children for a classroom and on an itinerant basis.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Provide individual speech and language evaluations/intervention 
  2. Assist classroom teachers in developing instructional techniques in the areas of speech and language development 
  3. Communicate with administrators, teachers, parents, and students regarding difficult speech and language problems 
  4. Maintain communication with speech and hearing agencies and participating schools in areas of diagnosis and remediation of speech, hearing, and language problems 
  5. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education 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-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-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-MENTAL HEALTH (School Social Workers & School Psychologists) - Full and Part TimeSE/MentHealthFTPT-7/19/22

The School Psychologist is responsible for providing the psychological services related to the management and learning of students with special needs. 

The School Social Worker is responsible for the provision of student and family counseling and social services.

TYPICAL DUTIES ( School Psychologist): 

  1. Provide individual psychological evaluation services as required. 
  2. Provide student and family counseling as mandated by the Regulations of the Commissioner or stipulated in Individual Educational Plans. 
  3. Assist in developing procedures for maintaining classroom management related to learning and/or behavioral problems. 
  4. Assist in communicating directly with teachers and parents the results of psychological evaluations and observations of students, as well as recommendations for procedures to alleviate difficult learning and/or behavioral problems. 
  5. Communicate with agencies working with students and families.
  6. Prepare and maintain up-dated psychological records, including activities such as evaluations, observation of students, and communications with community agencies. 
  7. Participate in staffing conferences to review the programs and progress of students. 
  8. Serve as instructor in workshop programs offered for Special Education staff, participating school district staffs and parents. 
  9. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor of Special Education.

TYPICAL DUTIES (School Social Worker): 

  1. Counsel students and family members for interpersonal and/or behavior problems associated with school. 
  2. Inform teachers about pertinent experiences that influence student behavior. 
  3. Establish and maintain liaison with agencies working with the students and their families, such as Social Security for SSI benefits, Family Court for matters relating to wills and guardianship, the juvenile court system and the Division of Youth. 
  4. Participate in staffing conferences to review the programs and progress of students. 
  5. Prepare and maintain up-dated records including activities such as triennial social   histories, parent conference summaries, and communications with community agencies. 
  6. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$44,000- $62,000/ Yr (pro-rated FTE), Based on Exp
SE - Assistive Technology Specialist (Part & Full Time positions, 10 months/yr.)SE/ATS-5/15/23

The Assistive Technology Specialist provides services to identified students and districts, including: assessment, intervention, consultation and training.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Conduct evaluations. 
  2. Select and design materials and equipment. 
  3. Assist in the acquisition of Assistive Technology equipment. 
  4. Coordinate services through consultation with families and staff members. 
  5. Train students, staff, and family members in the use of assistive technology. 
  6. Provide technical assistance including troubleshooting and repair of assistive technology equipment. 
  7. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
$44,000 - $62,000/ Year (by FTE), Based on Exp.
ADULT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - Per Diem SubstitutesCWD/AdEdSub-2/7/23

To provide quality instruction as a substitute for Career and Technical Education Courses.  Seeking content specialists interested in teaching HVAC/R, CDL-B, Electrical, Residential Construction, Welding, Machining, Small Engine Repair, Forklift, Nurse Assisting, Phlebotomy, Dental Assisting.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Provide instructional services for Career and Technical Education training programs in the absence of the regular instructor on a per diem basis.
  2. Follow established plans for the delivery of instruction/classroom management as set forth by the instructor.
  3. Evaluate adult learner progress. 
  4. Assist in upholding and enforcing procedures set forth in the Adult Learner and Faculty handbook.
  5. Maintain all safety standards as mandated by the BOCES 2 organization.
  6. Follow course curriculum, syllabus, lesson plans, and assessments aligned to industry standards.
  7. Use relevant technology to support instruction.
  8. Provide appropriate feedback during instruction.
  9. Other duties as determined by the Director of BOCES 2 CWD.

 

$16.25 - $23.25/ Hour, Based on Experience
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
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
Cleaner-F-T position, 12 months/yr. (part-time for internal applicants)O&M/Cleaner-11/30/21

Work Days/Hours:  Monday - Friday 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Primary Responsibility: To perform all necessary cleaning tasks required to service and maintain all the Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES locations.  General cleaning of buildings and grounds.  Dressed in approved uniform.  Ready to begin at 3:00 pm.

Requirements/Duties:   

  1. Current Driver's License
  2. Ability to lift 50 pounds
  3. Remove and dispose of trash into an exterior dumpster.
  4. Collect recyclables and place in correct receptacles.
  5. Cleaning and disinfecting restroom fixtures, floors, sanitary fixtures and drinking fountains.
  6. Cleaning of Life Safety Equipment i.e.: Eye wash stations Safety showers
  7. Cleaning of all hallways, bathrooms, classrooms, shops and isolation rooms. - Disinfecting  door handles, student desks and chairs.
  8. Maintain floors i.e.: dusting, sweeping and mopping. Vacuuming of carpets, floor matting, window ledges, etc. using Floor units or Backpack units. - In between student arrival and dismissal.
  9. Conference room clean including room setup or tear down, refreshment setup, or returns.
  10. Move furniture or equipment as required within or between buildings and/or as directed by the Director of Operations & Maintenance.Clean windows exterior and interior, classroom windows mirrors etc
  11. Delivering pandemic supplies and UPS
  12. Complies with local laws and procedures for the storage and disposal of trash, rubbish, waste/bio hazardous waste.
  13. Performs other related duties as requested by the Director of Operations & Maintenance.
  14. Report major repairs needed promptly to the Working Forman or an e-mail to the Director of Operations & Maintenance.
  15. Technology Proficient.
  16. Experience in project care and maintenance on equipment.
$15.25 /Hour, +$0.75 Shift Differential, if applic
CTE- CLERICAL SUPPORT- Per Diem, 12 months/yr.CTE/ClerkPD-9/11/20

To perform duties as assigned under the direction of the CTE Assistant Principals/Supervisors or a specified designee.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Responsible for greeting visitors/students and answering phones.
  2. Provides clerical support including scheduling appointments, typing, correspondence, mailings and distribution.
  3. Prepares and maintains records as assigned.
  4. Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Assistant Principals or a designee.
$16.00/ Hour

Equal Opportunity Notice: The Monroe 2-Orleans Board of Cooperative Educational Services does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, national origin, disability, creed, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, prior criminal offense, domestic violence victim status, or genetic status in its programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle complaints/inquiries regarding the BOCES non-discrimination’s policies: Director of Human Resource, 3599 Big Ridge Road, Spencerport, New York 14559, 585-352-2420, and is also the Title VII and Title IX Officer.

For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481. Please note that those wishing to file a complaint may also do so through the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights at http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/qa-complaints.html. See also New York State Executive Law 296-a.