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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
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.
According to Board Approved range
TEACHERS (Substitutes)-Career/Technical EducationCTE/SUB TCHRS-10/20/20

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.
Salary - Based on Board Approved rates
SE-TEACHER - BLIND/VISUALLY IMPAIRED (Part-time and Full-time positions), 10 months/yr.SE/BVI-6/11/21

The Teacher of the Blind/Visually Impaired and Orientation and Mobility Instructor provides instructional support to classroom teachers and blind/visually impaired students in multiple service locations.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide individual assessments of students with visual impairments.
  2. Provide support to faculty working with students with visual impairments in areas of teaching strategies, environmental modifications and  selection of materials. 
  3. Provide information to parents of children with visual impairments. 
  4. Complete Individual Educational Plans for individual students. 
  5. Provide direct service to individual students in content areas. 
  6. Maintain communication with administrators, teachers and supportive personnel regarding the educational programs for students with visual impairments. 
  7. Participate in staffing conferences and Committee on Special Education meetings to review the programs of students. 
  8. Maintain necessary records. 
  9. Perform other such professionally related duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
According to Teachers' Contract
SE-CUED SPEECH TRANSLITERATORS, Part-time to Full-time positionsSE/CuedTrans-7/20/21

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.

According to Board Approved range
SE-CUED SPEECH TRANSLITERATORS (Per Diem positions)SE/CuedTransPD-7/20/21

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.

According to Board Approved range
SE-INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF-ASL, Part-time to Full-time positionsSE/InterASL-7/20/21

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.

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

According to Board Approved range
SE-INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF- (Per Diem positions)SE/InterSub-7/20/21

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.

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

According to Board Approved range
SE-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS (Part-time to Full-time positions)SE/OTPTFT-7/20/21

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.
According to Teachers' Contract
SE-MENTAL HEALTH (School Social Workers & School Psychologists) - Per Diem or Long Term SubSE/MentHealthPDRS-7/20/21

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.

According to Teachers' Contract
SE-TEACHERS-SPEECH SCHOOL AGE (Per Diem & Long Term Substitute positions)SE/SpeechSubs-7/20/21

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.
According to Teachers' Contract
SE-PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (Part-time to Full-time positions)SE/PTPTFT-7/20/21

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.
According to Teachers' Contract
SE-STUDENT BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANTS (Part-time to Full-time positions)SE/SBAPTFT-7/20/21

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 b 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 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.
According to Board Approved range
SE-STUDENT BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANTS (Substitutes)SE/SBASubs-7/20/21

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 b 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 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.

According to Board Approved range
SE-REGISTERED NURSES (Part-time to Full-time positions)SE/RNPTFT-7/20/21

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.
According to Board Approved range
SE-REGISTERED NURSES (Per Diem positions)SE/RNSub-7/20/21

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.
According to Board Approved range
SE-Office Clerical Support (Substitutes)SE/SubCler-7/20/21

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

According to Board Approved range
SE-TEACHERS (Per Diem and Long Term Substitute positions), Exceptional Children, Special EducationSE/SUBTCHRS-7/20/21

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.
According to Board Approved rates
SE-TUTORS (Hourly)SE/TUTORS HOURLY-7/20/21

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.

According to Board Approved rates
SE-Audiometric Technician (Full-time, 10 mo. position)SE/AudTech-7/30/21

The Audiometric Technician travels to schools within districts and acts as a liaison between teachers, students and the Audiologist.  S(he) is   responsible for obtaining/maintaining FM/DM equipment and other assistive listening devices, maintaining an inventory of equipment/repair data, and providing direction to classroom staff and students regarding use and maintenance FM/DM Hearing Assistive Technology. 

The Audiometric Technician works the direct supervision of a licensed Audiologist.        

Typical Duties

  1. Provide direction to classroom staff and students on the use and maintenance of FM/DM Hearing Assistive Technology and other assistive listening devices.
  1. Schedule equipment checks in all school buildings on a regular basis and respond to requests to trouble-shoot, repair or replace equipment.
  1. Provide for the purchase, maintenance, repair and inventory of all FM/DM equipment and other assistive listening devices.
  1. Maintain computer and working inventory of all accessories for FM/DM equipment, audiometric equipment, and other assistive listening devices.
  1. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the licensed Audiologist and/or Special Education Supervisor.
According to Board Approved Range
SE-MENTAL HEALTH (School Social Workers & School Psychologists) - Full and Part TimeSE/MentHealthFTPT-7/30/21

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.

According to Teachers' Contract
SECURITY WORKER, Full-time position, 12 months yr.O&M/Security-8/4/21

Provide security services organization-wide.

Typical Duties:

  1. Monitor campus access through security gates, and allow access and departure from the campus to authorized personnel/students/visitors
  2. Monitor security cameras
  3. Maintain operation of the security system
  4. Conduct periodic rounds of the BOCES 2 campus to make sure all windows, doors and entrances are secure
  5. Check identification badges and verify and authorize personnel to access the BOCES 2 campus
  6. Investigate disturbances
  7. Attend BOCES 2 safety and security meetings as required
  8. Provide verbal and written reports to BOCES 2 administration as required
  9. Communicate information as necessary to BOCES 2 administration to maintain a safe and secure campus
  10. Respond to security issues on the BOCES 2 campus and off-site, as requested
  11. Serve on the BOCES 2 emergency response team
  12. Other duties as assigned by the Coordinator of Safety and Security
According to Board Approved Range
SE-TEACHER AIDES (Substitutes)SE/TASubs-8/10/21

The Teacher Aide assists the teacher in the classroom and works with students either individually or in groups and attends to the special needs of children.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assist the teacher with record keeping, filing, etc. 
  2. Assist in preparing and using instructional materials under the supervision of the classroom teacher. 
  3. Attend to the physical needs of children, i.e., toileting, transferring from wheelchair to floor or other pieces of equipment, help them on/off the bus etc. 
  4. Supervise students while they are doing school work and involved in non-instructional activity. 
  5. Communicate with students clearly and efficiently in reinforcing teacher direction or clarifying instructions. 
  6. Respond quickly and accurately to sensory information gleaned from the room as part of the classroom team, i.e., teacher directions, student verbal responses, student bolting from the room, information heard on the PA system, cries for help, etc. 
  7. Be able to lift 30 pounds, walk to and from classes, and raise from/lower to the floor as needed for classroom activities. 
  8. Perform such other related additional services as may be assigned by the teacher or the Administration.
According to Board Approved range
SE-TEACHER - CONSULTANT TEACHER (Part and Full-Time, 10 Months)SE/ConsTeachs-09/20/21

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.
According to Teachers' Contract
SE-OFFICE CLERK II, III or IV - F-T positions, 12 months/yr.SE/OC2or3or4-9/22/21

Provide clerical support and office organization to the Special Education Supervisor.

TYPICAL DUTIES (Will include some of these duties): 

  1. Provide clerical support and office organization to Special Education Supervisor. 
  2. Support Special Education Supervisor in the areas that he/she is responsible for.
  3. Greet all visitors and follow Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES guidelines for entry.
  4. Processes paperwork related to CSE meetings during the year including re-evaluations and disseminates information.
  5. Processes addendums and requests for support services (89F’s) as needed for the student’s in her supervisor’s caseload.
  6. Assists with the creation, continuation, and/or discontinuation of contracts.
  7. Use IEP/BOCES Direct for printing of class lists and following up on student information.
  8. Process student incident reports and enters appropriate information in the VADIR database.
  9. Make absence phone calls to families on a daily basis.
  10. Maintain and utilize databases and electronic systems to perform job responsibilities. 
  11. Assists in sorting of mail for the Special Education Department.  Process mail/postage.
  12. Support with HR functions, including:
    • Interview Scheduling
    • Processing paperwork for rejection letters
    • Status Changes/Name Changes processing for current employees
    • Processing student teacher, intern, and volunteer requests
    • Employment Recommendations
  13. Supporting the management of:
    • HR Candidate Tracking
    • Website Staff Directory
    • Staff User Accounts
    • SchoolTool (Locations)
    • RecruitFront
    • HR Candidate Tracking (Applicant Database)
    • ID Badges
    • On-line Mileage Approvals
  14. Support with the onboarding of new hires.
    • New Hire Packets
    • Orientation Folders
    • Orientation Handbook
    • Fingerprint Clearance
  15. Support for:
    • Collegial Partner/Mentor Program
    • EC Human Resources Sharepoint site
    • Professional/Paraprofessional Orientation/Staff Development (as applicable)
    • Extended School Year
  16. Support with the off-boarding of exiting employees.
    • Exit Appointments
    • Filing 105 forms for departing staff members
  17. Sharepoint Staff Database Management (EC Staff Directory).
  18. Assist with hiring and recruiting marketing (ex. organization of BOCES career fair, recruitment fair registrations, researching recruiting opportunities/events).
  19. Substitute Database- keep the list current, review trackers for applicants.
  20. SmartFind Support (ex. monthly sub data, substitute profiles).
  21. Perform other such duties as assigned by the Special Education Supervisors.
According to Board Approved range
CTE-SUPERVISING CLINICAL TRAINING NURSE (Per Diem positions)CTE/ClinicTrngRN-9/24/21

Supervises on-the-job learning experiences for students of the Nurse Assisting (Nurse Aide) course. Flexible days and hours based on your availability.

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 (days and hours may vary, clinical experiences occur in the morning approximately 8am-10am, in the afternoon approximately 12:00-2:00pm, 2-4 days per week).
  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.

 

According to Board Approved range
SE-TEACHER IMMERSION FELLOWS PROGRAMSE/SETeachFellPro-10/28/21

This program will begin early Spring semester 2022.  Interviews may be scheduled in the Fall and Winter  of 2021.  Please apply as soon as you confirm your interest in the program.

This program is open to graduate and undergraduate candidates.  You must be available to work between one (1) and five (5) days per week during a typical school day and willing to substitute in a variety of content areas.  It is designed as a semester-based program that is available in the fall and spring.  If you are accepted by the program and agree to participate, you will need to attend an orientation and 2-4 professional development sessions throughout the semester.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

1.  Carry out instructional activities per the substitute plans. 

2.  Review IEP’s and behavior plans of students in the class. 

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.

According to Approved Rate
Adult Literacy Instructor (Per Diem Substitute) - HSE & ESLCWD/Lit-11/4/21

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide instruction for literacy program in High School Equivalency or ESOL classroom per substitute plans
  2. Manage the classroom procedures and policies to meet student and organizational needs.
  3. Collaborate with the staff in the classroom and organization as needed
  4. Report and document student attendance according to program guidelines.
  5. Come prepared with instructional activities in the event that substitute plans are not available.
  6. Hours vary per assignment
  7. Substitute Workshop Training required
  8. Maintains all safety standards as mandated by the BOCES 2 organization
  9. Other duties as determined by the Director of BOCES 2 CWD
  10. Report directly to the Director of BOCES 2 CWD
According to Board approved range
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-ADMINISTRATIVE INTERNS (6 positions, Grades 7-12)-2022RSSP/Interns-11/5/21

Summer 2022 which includes pre- and post-program planning.

Locations:  Greece Athena High School and Churchville-Chili Middle School

Assist administration in all aspects of the Regional Summer School Program. Assist in all planning phases of summer school including registration, hiring of teachers, supervision of students, courses and instructional programs for Regional Summer School.  Additional time will be required prior to and at the close of summer school.

Stipend
SE-TEACHER-SPECIAL EDUCATION (Secondary 6:1:1) - ENGLISH, F-T position, 10 months/yr.SE/SpEdSec-11/17/21

Responsible for developing and implementing an instructional program designed to maximize the academic progress and meet the individual needs of the students with and significant behavioral challenges enrolled.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Establish and implement units of instruction to meet the individual instructional objectives of students, consistent with the Standards of the New York State Education Department and curriculum of the Office of Exceptional Children.
  1. Monitor and report to parents, administrators and WEMOCO regarding the educational progress of all students enrolled.
  1. Participate in team meetings, parent conferences, as needed to review the programs and progress of students.
  1. Attend CSE meetings as requested.
  1. Direct the activities of program aides and complete their evaluations.
  1. Arrange for and monitor mainstreaming experiences for students within the school building.
     
  2. Develop and implement social-emotional interventions and formal classroom behavior management plans in coordination with mental health staff and supervisor.
  1. 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.
  1. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
According to Teachers' Contract
Cleaner-F-T position, 12 months/yr.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.
According to Board Approved range
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-ENGLISH TEACHERS, Gr 9-12 (Churchville-Chili MS & Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/EngHS -12/15/21

Teach one or two of the following summer school courses:

  • High School Remedial Courses:  English 9, English 10, English Language Arts 11 (Regents), and English 12
  • High School New Credit Courses:  English 9, English 10, English Language Arts 11 (Regents), and English 12

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-MATH TEACHERS, Gr. 9-12 (Churchville-Chili MS & Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/MathHS -12/15/21

Teach one or two of the following summer school courses:

  • High School Remedial Courses:  Intermediate Algebra, Algebra I (Regents), 1st Semester Geometry, Geometry (Regents), Algebra II (Regents)
  • High School New Credit Courses:  Algebra I (Regents), Geometry (Regents), Algebra II (Regents)

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL-SCIENCE TEACHERS, Gr. 9-12 (Churchville-Chili MS & Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/SciHS -12/15/21

Teach one or two of the following summer school courses:

  • High School Remedial Courses:  Earth Science (Regents), Living Environment Regents), Chemistry (Regents)

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL-SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS, Gr. 9-12 (Churchville-Chili MS & Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/SS HS -12/15/21

Teach one or two of the following summer school courses:

  • High School Remedial Courses:  Global History & Geography I, Global History & Geography II (Regents), US History & Government [Framework] (Regents), Participation in Government, Economics
  • High School New Credit Courses:  Global History & Geography I, Global History & Geography II (Regents), US History & Government [Framework] (Regents), Participation in Government, Economics

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL-SPECIAL AREA TEACHERS, Gr. 9-12 (Churchville-Chili MS & Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/SA HS -12/15/21

Teach one or two of the following summer school courses:

  • High School Remedial Courses:  Health, Studio in Art, Spanish I, Physical Ed.
  • High School New Credit Courses:  Health, Studio in Art
  • Also needed:  Library Media Specialists

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL-TESOL TEACHERS for ENL Services (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/TESOL-12/15/21

Support ELL students in Regional Summer School in collaboration with content area teachers.

Program Dates:

  • Two days, between June 30-July6, @ 7 hours each required, specific dates TBD
  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Modify lessons for ELL students in collaboration with content teacher.
  2. Work with teachers to understand the needs of ELL students.
  3. Collaborate with administration to create optimal student schedules.
  4. Provide necessary test accommodations for assessments.
  5. Collaborate with testing coordinator and home schools to identify interpreters for exams.
  6. Establish and maintain home contact with families with limited, or no English-speaking ability.
  7. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Regional Summer School site principal.
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-TEACHER CONSULTANTS (Churchville-Chili MS & Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/ConsultTeach-12/15/21

The Teacher Consultant is 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; co-teaching in selected classrooms.

Program Dates:

  • Two days, between June 30-July 6, @ 7 hours each required, specific dates TBD
  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-REGENTS REVIEW TEACHERS (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/ReviewHS-12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school Regents review courses:

  • High School Review Courses:  Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, English Language Arts 11, Global History & Geography II, US History & Government (Framework), Earth Science, Living Environment, Chemistry

Program Dates:

  • Three (3) hours for data review required prior to August start
  • August 8-15, four (4) hours per day
  • August 16 & 17 seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL TEST ASSESSMENT/REPORTING COORD. (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/CoordHS-12/15/21

To manage planning, scheduling, and supervision of Regents exam coordination for Regional Summer School. 

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16, 17 &18, seven (7) hours per day, exam days and program wrap up
  • August 19, hourly, as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-TECHNOLOGY SERVICE TECH. (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/TST-12/15/21

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

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates
Classified Staff
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL -REGISTERED NURSES (2 Positions, Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/Rn'sHS-12/15/21

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

Program Dates:

  • July 11 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-SECURITY GUARDS (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/SecurityHS-12/15/21

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

Program Dates:

  • July 11- August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-TEACHER AIDES (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/TA HS-12/15/21

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

Progam Dates:

  • July 11 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • Must be able to work all dates
According to Board Approved Range
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-SECRETARIES (Churchville-Chili MS/Greece Athena)-2022RSSP/SecHS-12/15/21

Provide clerical support for the Regional Summer School Program.

Program Dates:

  • Up to five (5) days early July prior to opening of program
  • July 11 - August 15, up to 7 hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17, seven (7) hours per day (Regents exam days)
  • August 18, hours as necessary for program wrap-up
  • Must be able to work all dates
According to Board Approved Range
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-ENGLISH TEACHERS, Gr. 7-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/EngMS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 7:  Remedial English Language Arts
  • Grade 8:  Remedial English Language Arts

Program Dates: 

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August , five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-MATH TEACHERS, Gr. 7-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/MathMS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 7:  Remedial Math
  • Grade 8:  Remedial Math

Program Dates: 

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-SCIENCE TEACHERS, Gr. 7-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/ScienceMS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 7:  Remedial Science
  • Grade 8:  Remedial Science

Program Dates: 

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS, Gr. 7-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/SSMS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 7 Remedial:  Social Studies
  • Grade 8:  Social Studies

Program Dates: 

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-READING SPECIALISTS, Gr. 6-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/RdSpMS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 6:  Reading/Writing Clinic
  • Grade 7:  Reading/Writing Clinic
  • Grade 8:  Reading/Writing Clinic

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four and a half (4.5) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-MATH CLINIC TEACHERS, Gr. 6-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/MathCl MS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 6:  Math Clinic
  • Grade 7:  Math Clinic
  • Grade 8:  Math Clinic

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four and a half (4.5) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-ESOL TEACHERS, Gr. 8-10 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/ESOLMS-12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 8:    ELL Reading/Writing Clinic
  • Grade 9:    ELL Reading/Writing Clinic
  • Grade 10:  ELL Reading/Writing Clinic

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four and a half (4.5) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-MATH CLINIC TEACHERS FOR ELL, Gr. 8-10 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/MathELL-12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

  • Grade 8:    ELL Math Clinic
  • Grade 9:    ELL Math Clinic
  • Grade 10:  ELL Math Clinic

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four and a half (4.5) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM-SPANISH TEACHERS, Gr. 7-8 (Churchville-Chili MS)-2022RSSP/SpanMS -12/15/21

Teach one of the following summer school courses:

Teach Grade 7 remedial Spanish.  This is a four-week course.  Local test will be given at the conclusion of this course. 

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 2, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 3, five (5) hours, administering & grading of final assessments
  • Must be able to work all dates

Teach Grade 8 remedial Spanish for high school creditThis is a six-week course.  Students will be given the regional SLP assessment at the conclusion of the course.

Program Dates:

  • July 11, Staff only, seven (7) hours
  • July 12 - August 15, four (4) hours per day (no school 7/22 or 7/29)
  • August 16 & 17, seven (7) hours per day, proctoring and scoring exams
  • August 18, hourly as determined by summer school principal
  • Must be able to work all dates
Competitive
SE-Transition Specialist (Part -Time position, 10 months/yr.)SE/TransSp-12/6/21

Coordinates, plans, prepares and monitors the development of a Transitional Planning Document for students with special needs who are completing their Special Education Program. Provides training and technical assistance to high school staff, parents and students on issues related to transitional planning.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Identify students in need of transition services and transition team members for each student. 
  2. Educate students, parents, school district staff and community service providers about transition and train each group to develop skills to assume their role in the transition process. 
  3. Provide vocational assessment and counseling support services to students and their families. 
  4. Schedule, convene and facilitate transition IEP meetings, ensuring maximum involvement of the student, parent and community providers. 
  5. Develop transition IEP goals, objectives and activities that present student/family goals which are useful to school and agency staff and comply with state and federal mandates. 
  6. Collaborate with community service and resource providers to ensure appropriate and effective linkages for students with disabilities.
  7. Provide professional consultation regarding students who fall under the IDEA regulations. 
  8. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
According to Teachers' Contract
SE-MUSIC THERAPIST, Anticipated Part-time and Full-time position, 10 months/yr.SE/MT- 12/10/21

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.

Per contract
SAME Teacher (Summer Advanced Manufacturing Experience) - 2022CTE/SAMETeach-1/4/22

Program dates:  July 2022 

Teaching High School students the fundamental concepts, skills and processes of Advanced Manufacturing (Machining). Using project-based learning, the students will be taught to read print layouts and machine parts, by using lathes, milling machines, a drill press or other bench tools.

  1. Properly prepare lesson and unit plans that reflect the central concepts and skills of advanced manufacturing.
  2. Properly prepare instruction aligned to Monroe Community College (MCC) machining curriculum.
  3. Assess, monitor, and document student progress to guide instruction daily/weekly.
  4. Create a positive classroom culture grounded in career readiness practices. 
  5. Establish a safe learning environment with active supervision and instruction in the proper use of all tools and equipment.
  6. Demonstrate an ability to comprehend the blueprint, analyze the manufacturing processes required, select the appropriate tooling and calculate the correct speeds and feeds for the tooling to meet blueprint specifications and proper specifications.
  7. Correctly manufacture parts on the different types of manual equipment at proper compliance levels and meeting the blueprint specifications.
  8. Complete all record keeping functions related to the program.
  9. Perform additional professionally related duties at the request of CTE Administration.
SE-TEACHER-English Language Learner, TESOL (Part-Time and/or Full-Time position)SE/ELL-1/4/22

Responsible for developing and implementing instructional programs 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.
According to Teachers' Contract
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Administrative InternESYP/AdInt-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Intern is responsible for assisting the Secondary Special Education Supervisor with the planning, management and evaluation of the Extended School Year Program (ESYP).

  1. Assist the Special Education Supervisor in supervising the instructional programs at the ESYP.
  2. Assist in planning and conducting faculty meetings, workshops and conferences.
  3. Assist the Secondary Special Education Supervisor in supervising and evaluating teachers and support personnel.
  4. Support the Special Education Supervisor in coordinating communication among classroom teachers, component school district personnel and parents.
  5. Assist in conducting individual conferences with staff and in offering constructive feedback and recommendations for improvement.
  6. Assist in the supervision of curriculum development and in the implementation/use of appropriate teaching strategies and instructional resources.
  7. Assist in supervising the implementation of the Individualized Education Plans (IEP), student assessments and recommendations to districts on placement, programs and services for students with disabilities.
  8. Prepare and maintain class and district lists.
  9. Assist in directing matters affecting the operation of the classroom, i.e., approving requisitions, visitation days and field trips.
  10. Prepare and maintain a portfolio of their experiences.
  11. Perform other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
According to Board Approved Range
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Art TherapistESYP/ArtTh-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.
According to Teachers' Contract
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Assistive Technology SpecialistESYP/ATS-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Autism SpecialistESYP/AS-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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; Early Intervention to Preschool; 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 Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) consultant duties as assigned. 
  6. Participate in Structured Teaching Support Group and in Autism Advisory Group; assist in development of long range plans. 
  7. Provide community-based presentations and/or conference/workshop sessions on topics relating to Autism Spectrum Disorders. 
  8. Develop and disseminate information and program descriptions to parents and community based referral sources. 
  9. Represent BOCES 2 in various community forums and committees relating to Autism Spectrum Disorders. 
  10. Participate in staffings and CPSE/CSE meetings as appropriate to review the programs of students. 
  11. Provide individual assessments/consultation for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. 
  12. Maintain necessary records. 
  13. Perform other such professional related duties as may be assigned by the Assistant Director for Exceptional Children or appropriate Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - ClericalESYP/Cler-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

To perform duties for ESY as assigned under the direction of the Special Education Supervisor or a specified designee.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

1.  Provides clerical support to the Extended School Year Program. 

2.  Prepares and maintains records as assigned. 

3.  Performs other such duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor or a designee.

According to Board Approved Range
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Consultant TeacherESYP/CT-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Consultant Teacher is 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.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

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.

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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Instructional SpecialistESYP/IT-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Special Education Teacher is supporting classrooms.  This could include helping to develop and implement instructional programs designed to maximize the academic progress and meet the individual needs of students with special needs enrolled.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

1.  Act as an Instructional Coach. 

2.  Assist with planning and instruction of professional development offerings including but not limited to New Teacher Training-(specifically Classroom Management and Elements of Instruction). 

3.  Facilitate with supervisors the implementation of PBIS across BOCES special education programs. 

4.  Facilitate the implementation of the department’s student data management system-(School Tool) from individual teacher to the program data level.  This would include review of student records and academic programs to insure that students are meeting necessary requirements based on their identified outcomes. 

5.  Coordinate special projects as assigned by Assistant Director.  Examples include commencement planning (ex. ordering commencement credentials). 

6.  Monitor/purchase instructional materials/periodicals/newspapers/site licenses. 

7.  Perform other related duties as assigned by the Assistant Director.

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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - LPNESYP/LPN-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.

According to Board Approved Range
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Mental Health, School Psychologist/School Social WorkerESYP/MH-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  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. 

OR

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

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Music TherapistESYP/MT-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Occupational TherapistESYP/OT-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Orientation & MobilityESYP/OM-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Orientation and Mobility Instructor provides instructional support to classroom teachers and blind/visually impaired students in multiple service locations.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide individual orientation and mobility assessments of students with visual impairments. 
  2. Provide support to faculty working with students with visual impairments in areas of teaching strategies, environmental modifications and selection of appropriate travel devices and low vision aides. 
  3. Provide information to parents of children with visual impairments. 
  4. Complete Individual Educational Plans for individual students. 
  5. Provide direct service to individual students in those skills of Orientation and Mobility which will develop or increase the abilities of Visually Impaired children in traveling safely, independently and effectively, in any setting. 
  6. Maintain communication with administrators, teachers and supportive personnel regarding the educational programs for students with visual impairments. 
  7. Participate in staffing conferences and committee on Special Education meetings to review the programs of students. 
  8. Maintain necessary records. 
  9. Serve as an instructor in workshops offered to Special Education staff, participating school district staff and other instructional groups, as appropriate.
  10. Perform other such professionally related duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Adaptive Physical Education TeacherESYP/APE-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

Responsible for designing and teaching a physical education program that is aligned with the NYS standards. The instructional program is directed towards maximizing progress in academic areas and meeting the individual needs of students at risk and/or with special needs. The Physical Education Teacher supports students enrolled in the Extended School Year Program.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Develop and teach an effective Physical Education program to meet the instructional objectives of students consistent with the new standards of New York State Educational Department. 
  2. Design and implement a differentiated curriculum appropriate to student needs and performance with an interdisciplinary approach. 
  3. Participate in appropriate professional development activities. 
  4. Participate in interdisciplinary meetings and district and parent conferences to review the students progress. 
  5. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Physical TherapistESYP/PT-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.

 

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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Registered NurseESYP/RN-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Signing Skills CoachESYP/SSCoach-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Signing Skills Coach uses sign language to assist the student's communication, academic, physical, and emotional needs.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

1.  Use sign language with the student to include (as needed):

  • Serve as an appropriate language model
  • Sign what the teacher and others say
  • Voice for the student
  • Teach sign language to the student and others in the student’s environment 

2.  Be flexible according to classroom need among the following:

  • One on one
  • Small group
  • Provide expressive interpreting/transliterating in the classroom and special events during the day  

3.  Develop motivational strategies and necessary skills to help the student successfully participate in mainstream or included settings.

4.  Follow the established behavior/discipline plan under the direction of the classroom teacher.

5.  Assist with the student’s physical, emotional, and academic needs. 

6.  Participate in any and all student centered meetings to design and implement the appropriate educational program for the student. 

7.  Participate in professional development and departmental activities. 

8.  Collaborate with teachers, parents, students, and other support personnel to promote and establish positive working relationships. 

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

According to Board Approved Range
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Special Education TeacherESYP/SET-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Establishes and implements instructional objectives and units of instruction designed to meet the need of the students enrolled.  These must be consistent with the goals and objectives presented in the Individualized Education Plan (IEP). 
  2. Monitors and reports to the administration, parents, and CSE the individual progress of all students enrolled in the special education classes.  This includes progress reports as well as achievement and diagnostic educational evaluations. 
  3. Participates in staffing and parent conferences. 
  4. Establishes and maintains communication with parents regarding their child's educational program and progress. 
  5. Direct the activities of program aides and volunteers in the classroom. 
  6. Participate in all meetings scheduled by the Special Education Supervisor. 
  7. Performs all classroom clerical duties such as attendance records and completion of forms as required by the program.
  8. Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Direction Provider/Medicaid-Speech Language ServicesESYP/DP-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

Provide direction to teachers of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped who are servicing Medicaid eligible students.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Verify service recommended on Medicaid eligible student’s IEP. 
  2. Be available as a resource and support to the Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped. 
  3. Conduct on-site visits per Medicaid eligible student during the school year. 
  4. Review progress documentation quarterly. 
  5. Maintain documentation of the Direction Program. 
  6. Submit to districts a statement attesting to the provision of direction for each Medicaid eligible student. 
  7. Perform such other professional duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Speech TeacherESYP/Speech-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Speech Teacher is 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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Student Behavioral AssistantsESYP/SBA-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.

According to Board Approved rate
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Teacher AidesESYP/TA-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Teacher Aide assists the teacher in the classroom and works with students either individually or in groups and attends to the special needs of children.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Assist the teacher with record keeping, filing, etc. 
  2. Assist in preparing and using instructional materials under the supervision of the classroom teacher. 
  3. Attend to the physical needs of children, i.e., toileting, transferring from wheelchair to floor or other pieces of equipment, help them on/off the bus etc. 
  4. Supervise students while they are doing school work and involved in non-instructional activity. 
  5. Communicate with students clearly and efficiently in reinforcing teacher direction or clarifying instructions. 
  6. Respond quickly and accurately to sensory information gleaned from the room as part of the classroom team, i.e., teacher directions, student verbal responses, student bolting from the room, information heard on the PA system, cries for help, etc. 
  7. Be able to lift 30 pounds, walk to and from classes, and raise from/lower to the floor as needed for classroom activities. 
  8. Perform such other related additional services as may be assigned by the teacher or the Administration.
According to Board Approved Range
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Deaf/Hearing Impaired TeacherESYP/DHI-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

To provide academic, social, and developmental support for individual students. This service may be provided at school or in the home and may be direct or consultative.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide educational assessments for deaf or hard of hearing students. 
  2. Provide instructional support services to deaf or hard of hearing students. 
  3. Provide training to classroom teachers and other building staff in the management of the deaf/hard of hearing student. 
  4. Monitor student’s use of educational amplification. 
  5. Maintain communication with administration, teachers and parents regarding the student’s educational program. 
  6. Complete Individual Educational Plans. 
  7. Participate in staffing conferences and Committee on Special Education meetings. 
  8. Maintain updated records on individual students. 
  9. Perform such other professionally related duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Blind/Visually Impaired TeacherESYP/BVI-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

The Teacher of the Blind/Visually Impaired provides instructional support to classroom teachers and blind/visually impaired students in multiple service locations.

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Provide individual assessments of students with visual impairments.
  2. Provide support to faculty working with students with visual impairments in areas of teaching strategies, environmental modifications and selection of materials. 
  3. Provide information to parents of children with visual impairments. 
  4. Complete Individual Educational Plans for individual students. 
  5. Provide direct service to individual students in content areas. 
  6. Maintain communication with administrators, teachers and supportive personnel regarding the educational programs for students with visual impairments. 
  7. Participate in staffing conferences and Committee on Special Education meetings to review the programs of students. 
  8. Maintain necessary records. 
  9. Perform other such professionally related duties as may be assigned by the Special Education Supervisor.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Work-Based Learning CoordinatorESYP/WBL-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.
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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - Interpreter, Cued Speech TransliteratorESYP/IntCueSp-1/12/22

Orientation (New Staff Only):  July 6, 2022  /  Orientation (All Staff): July 7, 2022     

Program Dates:  July 11, 2022 - August 19, 2022

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.

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

OR

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, inservicing 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.
According to Teachers' Contract
EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM (Summer 2022) - AdministratorESYP/Admin-1/19/22

Assist Administrative Council with the planning, implementation, and management of the Extended School Year Program across all special education classroom sites.  Part time work will also be required beginning in February and at the close of summer school to complete all planning and organizational functions. 

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Collaboration with host district for set up (e.g., plan space utilization, food service, air conditioning, security, busing, technology, etc.)
  2. Preparation and maintenance of class lists
  3. Identification of staffing needs, recruitment, interviewing/making recommendations for hiring of staff and completion of all pre-employment paperwork/processes
  4. Supervision of Individualized Education Plan (IEP) implementation, student assessments and recommendations to districts on placement, programs, and services
  5. Provision of direct, on-site supervision of students/staff 
  6. Implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, Restorative Practices, discipline of students
  7. Plan and conduct faculty meetings and other necessary meetings as needed
  8. Supervise and evaluate teachers and support personnel
  9. Conduct individual conferences with staff to problem-solve issues and make recommendations for improvement
  10. Other duties as assigned by the Director and Assistant Director.
$10,500
CTE Teacher-Cosmetology, F-T position, 10 months/yr.CTE/Cosmetology-1/25/22

Teach high school public education that is aligned to the Cosmetology Industry.  The Cosmetology 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, clinical experiences and assessments aligned to the Preparation for the NYS Licensing Exam under the New York State Department of Education (NYSED) and NYS Learning Standards.
  2. Teach and prepare high school Cosmetology students for testing to become Cosmetologists in NYS.
  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 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.
According to Teachers' Contract
CTE Teacher-Heavy Equipment & Maintenance, F-T position, 10 months/yr.CTE/HeavyEq-1/25/22

Teach high school public education that is aligned to the Heavy Equipment/Diesel Equipment and Mechanical Repair Industry.  The Heavy Equipment Operation and Maintenance program meets NYS Standards and is designed to prepare high school students for transition to skilled employment and/or continued education.  Heavy Equipment Operation & Maintenance (monroe2boces.org)

TYPICAL DUTIES: 

  1. Develop, plan, and implement curriculum and assessments aligned to the NYS Learning Standards.
  2. Teach and prepare high school for testing to become heavy equipment operators and/or mechanics (diesel mechanics).
  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 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.
According to Teachers' Contract
Administration - OFFICE CLERK, F-T position, 12 months/yr. (Workers Comp.)WC/OC-1/26/22

The Workers' Compensation Office Clerk, under minimum supervision provides clerical, accounting, and administrative support in the processing of Workers’ Compensation claims.

Essential Duties:

  1. Prepares a variety of letters, forms, memos and reports, as required; copies and distributes those items as appropriate.
  2. Responds to incoming telephone calls, answering inquires, accepting messages and transferring calls.
  3. Prepares new claims files, including calculating degree of injury and lost time.
  4. Maintains current, all claims files, including filing daily, information generated internally or received in mail, regarding listed cases.
  5. Communicates with employers, claimants, medical providers, attorneys, New York State Public Goods Pool, consultants, and New York State Workers' Compensation Board, as required.
  6. Assists in the preparation of statistical forms and reports required monthly and quarterly, by entering data into the computer terminal, as directed.
  7. Performs such similar comparable or related duties as may be required, including preparing and mailing claims checks and identifying claim files for archives.
  8.  Other duties as assigned by management.
According to Board Approved range
CLAIMS SPECIALIST (Workers' Compensation) - Full-time position, 12 months/yr.Admin/CS-1/26/22

The Claim Specialist manages medical only claims and minor lost-time workers’ compensation claims. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Registration of new incoming claims, investigation & compensability determination.
  2. Establishes reserves and authorize payments within established reserving authority limits.
  3. Respond to employer, injured workers’ & medical provider inquires.
  4. Address requests for treatment while applying the NYS Medical Treatment Guidelines.
  5. Report claims specific information to the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board.
  6. Document & process medical bills.
  7. Additional projects and duties as assigned.
According to Board Approved rate
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST (RBERN)-Full-time position, 10 months/yr.CIPD/PDSpec-1/26/22

Responsible for all operations applicable to the RBERN contract including leading professional development activities and facilitation of meetings and technical assistance regarding ELL/MLL programming.

Duties include:

  1. Under the direction of the RBERN coordinator, plan and provide school improvement activities for English language learners in districts and schools under the NYSED accountability system in the MidWest region.
  2. Provide technical assistance by phone, email, or in-district on matters pertaining to the education of Multi-lingual learners (MLLs), which includes but is not limited to state policies and regulations, ENL and Bilingual Education program design, state and federal funding, and New York State Learning standards.
  3. Design and deliver and/or facilitate learner-centered training that enhances the instructional skills and competencies of bilingual, ENL, classroom teachers and all educators responsible for the achievement of ELLS, including online and/or in-person sessions.
  4. Support the activities of the NYSED, OBEWL, as requested.
  5. Perform other related activities, as requested by the coordinator.
According to Teachers' Contract

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