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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Summer School Registered Nurse2021-166A2

Location:    Career & Technical Education – Schoharie Campus

Basic Function:    
Works closely with the physician in providing medical services in the examination and care of school children and staff; does related work as required. These duties involve responsibility for assisting the physician in providing medical services to school children. Incumbent in this class provides emergency first aid for the staff and students. The work is performed under the supervision of the higher level administrator.

Responsibilities:
1.    Provides emergency first aide services for the students and staff. Is responsible for scheduling and performing vision, hearing screenings, and scoliosis checks. 
2.    Consults with parents and physicians, and dispenses medications as prescribed by the physician.
3.    Assists students in the administration of inhalation therapy and insulin injections as prescribed. 
4.    Assists the school physician in performing class screening and interscholastic athletics physical examinations 
5.    Submits accident reports on students and employees, and provides follow-up with parents and/or employees. 
6.    Participates as a member of management team of professionals addressing the issues of health and safety as they relate to students and staff. 
7.    Assists the faculty and staff with the reporting of sexual and physical abuse cases. 
8.    Serves on various student and management teams representing the medical profession with concerns for health and safety. 
9.    Prepares the health office budget and maintains an inventory of supplies. 
10.    Keeps and maintains complete and accurate health records.

Starting Date:   Schoharie Campus
                          June 28, 2021 - July 26, 2021 (no class July 5th) 
                          Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Dependent upon step of current contract
Behavior Specialist2021-146A3

Position:  Behavior Specialist (Certified or Civil Service) – 10 month position plus 35 days in July/August at 7.5 hours per day

Location:  Special Education – Multiple Locations

Basic Function:

The Behavior Specialist (BOCES) will be responsible for working collaboratively with staff and administrators on implementing behavior support practices; including but not limited to behavior observation/monitoring, behavior consultations and behavior interventions. Serves as primary contact to staff for behavior related reporting, data collection and training and assessment tracking. Works with the Student Placement Administrator and the Director of Special Education on the development of behavioral systems within the Special Education Division, including the development and implementation of a Functional Behavior Analysis/Behavior Intervention Plan (FBA/BIP) Quality Assurance Process, website for staff and families on behavioral resources and targeted professional development and consultation on classroom management plans.  Does other related work, as required. Works under general supervision of the Special Education Student Placement Administrator.

Responsibilities:

1. Conducts student consultations to advise on behavior support practices.
2. Serves as a member of the BOCES Intake Team to review applications for students to BOCES programs.
3. Designs, implements and monitors behavior interventions for students with disabilities.
4. Prepares written reports as needed to outside psychiatric professionals/community agencies regarding behavioral concerns of students with disabilities.
5. Maintains data on the effectiveness of behavior interventions for specific students and types of programs within the Division.
6. Conducts classroom observations to support behavior related management and instruction.
7. Conducts functional behavioral assessments and design, implements and monitors behavior intervention plans.
8. Develops and implements a Quality Assurance Process for FBA/BIP which will involve embedded professional development to staff on the development of high quality Behavior Improvement Plans.
9. Prepares reports for the Committee on Special Education on the results of Functional Behavioral Assessments including recommendations for Behavioral Improvement Plans.
10. Serves as a member of the Committee on Special Education for students with behavioral concerns.
11. Provides teacher-coaching and support related to classroom management.
12. Collects and analyzes data to advise on behavioral practices across the district.
13. Provides training to staff on positive behavioral interventions, data collection and progress monitoring of behaviors.
14. Performs other duties as assigned.
15. Comprehensive knowledge of the role of school administrators, teachers, social workers, school counselors and psychologists related to school improvement.
16. Thorough knowledge of the fundamental principles and practices of school improvement including but not limited to support services, classroom management, behavior management, staff effectiveness.
17. Thorough knowledge of student/youth assessment, behavior and classroom management systems.
18. Thorough knowledge on the behavioral impact of mental health issues, autism, brain injuries and developmental disabilities.
19. Working knowledge of Education Law, Rules and Regulations.
20. Ability to act in a coaching capacity to staff to improve the skills related to positive behavioral interventions.
21. Ability to organize tasks and set priorities.
22. Ability to relate to and support program staff.
23. Ability to train staff on behavior data collection and analysis.
24. Ability to prepare and maintain reports and records.
25. Ability to develop an understanding of school improvement, systems change and reform issues.
26. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
27. Ability to prepare and present written reports.
28. Ability to work with families on positive behavior plans for students with disabilities.
29. Ability to remain current in educational research on behavior analysis and management.
30. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

Based on experience and current contract
Curriculum & Evaluation Consultant2021-224

Position:    Curriculum & Evaluation Consultants (10M Position + 20 days summer work)

Location:    Special Education - Multiple Locations

Basic Function:

Will be responsible for working collaboratively with staff and administrators on providing instructional support services to enhance teaching skills through incorporating the analysis of student performance data. Provide a variety of specialized support to educators to improve the outcomes of students. Support curriculum redesign to ensure alignment with the Next Generation Learning Standards. Does other related work, as required. Works under general supervision of the Director of Curriculum & Instructional Data.

Responsibilities:

1. Develop and deliver the appropriate ongoing and sustained professional development in key areas of curriculum, pedagogy and instructional data.
2. Develop and deliver workshops on highly effective teaching practices.
3. Work collaboratively with the teachers and administrators to plan, implement and evaluate teaching and learning practices.
4. Coach, mentor, and motivate teachers.
5. Influence teachers to take positive action and accountability for student achievement.
6. Monitor progress and measure outcomes relative to the goals and objectives of the professional development.
7. Will support the use of data in designing instruction and interventions for success of all students.
8. Develop and maintain relationships with administrative teams to ensure that the necessary information and resources are available to support student learning.

Dependent upon step of current contract
Instructional Coach (Anticipated Opening)2021-225

Position:    Instructional Coach (12M)

Location:    Educational Support Services - 900 Watervliet Shaker Road

Basic Function:

Provides regional training and coaching in the area of curriculum, pedagogy and instructional data consistent with federal and state law, regulations and policy. Does other related work, as required. Works under general supervision of the Director of Curriculum & Instructional Data.

Responsibilities:

1. Develop and deliver the appropriate ongoing and sustained professional development in key areas of curriculum, pedagogy and instructional data.
2. Develop and deliver workshops on highly effective teaching practices.
3. Work collaboratively with the teachers and administrators to plan, implement and evaluate teaching and learning practices.
4. Assist in set-up of systems to collect and analyze data and prepare reports.
5. Assist in the integration of technology to leverage teaching and learning as well as reporting data.
6. Develop and maintain relationships with component districts and administrative teams to ensure that the necessary information and resources are available to support each district.
7. Support school district efforts to make connections with the community.
8. Coach, mentor, and motivate teachers.
9. Influence teachers to take positive action and accountability for student achievement.
10. Monitor progress and measure outcomes relative to the goals and objectives of the professional development.
11. Will support the use of data in designing instruction and interventions for success of all students.
12. Knowledge of technology supported curriculum resources, coherent formative and summative assessments, and how to work with adult learners is the foundation of the position.

$55,000 - $65,000
Clinical Instructors-Adult Health Careers Program (Several Openings)2021-193A2

Position:    Clinical Instructor-Adult Health Careers Program (Several Openings)

Location:    Career & Technical Education - Albany Campus - Adult Health Careers

Basic Function:

To transfer theoretical knowledge in the classroom to practical application in the clinical experience.

Responsibilities:

1. The instructor will be responsible for developing and evaluating student progress, instilling safe work habits and stressing the importance of reliability, competence, loyalty and dependability in clinical areas.
2. Responsible for supervising and evaluating student progress in the clinical areas.
3. Will work within the facilities to provide health care/nursing experiences which correspond to the current Practical Nurse program.
4. Differential teaching strategies are expected in the clinical areas.

Start Date:    As soon as possible (Monday-Tues-Thurs-Friday 8:00 AM-2:30 PM)

Further Information Contact:

Paula Negri, Principal
CTE Health Careers & Services Center
1015 Watervliet Shaker Road
Albany NY 12205
(518) 862-4709

$46.37 per hour

The Capital Region BOCES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs,
activities, employment, and admissions; and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Director of Human Resources,
at hrdirector@neric.org, (518) 862-4910 or 900 Watervliet Shaker Road, Albany, NY 12205. Inquiries concerning the application of
the Capital Region BOCES nondiscrimination policies may also be referred to the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of
Education, 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005-2500, telephone: 646-428-3900, FAX: 646-428-3843, TDD: 800-877-
8339, email: OCR.NewYork@ed.gov