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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Program Coordinator I-Financial Service2021-214

Location:     Northeastern Regional Information Center - 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road

Basic Function:

The work involves responsibility for training and instructing school district personnel using financial software applications supported by a BOCES Regional Information Center (RIC). Incumbents in this class also provide technical assistance to school district personnel to resolve financial software problems. This position of Program Coordinator I (Financial Services) differs from that of Program Coordinator II (Financial Services) by virtue of the fact that a Program Coordinator II’s (Financial Services) duties and responsibilities, as well as the knowledge and experience are more extensive than that of a Program Coordinator I (Financial Services). A Program Coordinator II (Financial Services) is also involved with school districts in the technology planning process, and usually does not interact with other governmental agencies to resolve technical financial issues.

The Program Coordinator (Financial Services) series differs from the Program Coordinator (Network Services) series by virtue of the fact that Program Coordinators (Financial Services) do not generally perform Local Area Network (LAN) or Wide Area Network (WAN) support services.

The Program Coordinator (Financial Services) series differs from other Program Coordinator series by virtue of the fact that incumbents in the Program Coordinator (Financial Services) series are required to possess knowledge pertaining to financial record maintenance and do not generally maintain administrative or instructional software applications.

The work of a Program Coordinator I (Financial Services) is performed under the direct supervision of a higher level Program Coordinator. The incumbent exercises no supervision. Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Trains and assists school district staff on financial software applications used to perform accounting, payroll, budgeting and other financial activities.
2. Administers and maintains a computerized financial system for a school district.
3. Writes documentation regarding financial software use.
4. Acts as liaison between school districts and software vendors.
5. Acts as liaison between school administrators and clerical staff to formulate training and strategies for financial software use in a school district.
6. Documents and distributes financial software upgrades.
7. Prepares financial documentation or reports such as W2 and 1099 Forms or Federal and State retirement reporting for a school district.
8. Tests and installs financial software applications/updates and analyzes and resolves computer hardware and software problems either onsite or by phone.

9. Performs basic computer hardware and financial software installation, maintenance and network administration such as installing stand alone or Local Area Network computer hardware and software; configuring software, adding and removing end-users, and resolving printer problems.
10. Meets with school district technology personnel and administrators to discuss requests for program changes, advise on hardware and financial software purchases and coordinate technology projects.
11. Orders and tracks financial software applications purchased for school districts, maintains detailed written records on training and services provided.
12. Participates in regional user group meetings for the support and development of financial services supported by BOCES.
13. Distributes training documents, manuals, revisions, and memos, newsletter and other information pertaining to financial software use in a school district.
14. Documents financial software changes requested by component school districts and forwards it to the appropriate software company.
15. Researches new and updated financial software before distributing it to a school district.
16. Advises and makes recommendations to school personnel regarding financial software purchases.
17. Maintains an up-to-date knowledge on emerging theories and best practices in learning and teaching technology integration.
18. Prepares and submits written and statistical reports related to program activities for the BOCES and New York State Education Department.
19. May contact government agencies such as the Internal Revenue Service or the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance to research questions or resolve problems.
20. Good knowledge of computer financial software applications supported by a BOCES Regional Information Center.
21. Good knowledge of the financial record maintenance procedures.
22. Good knowledge of assigned local school districts needs for technology training services.
23. Working knowledge of computer hardware and software industry.
24. Working knowledge of standard office practices and equipment.
25. Ability to develop, design, coordinate and/or deliver technology training.
26. Ability to utilize various software and computer database programs.
27. Ability to problem-solve computer user hardware and software problems.
28. Ability to form and maintain effective working relationships with others.
29. Ability to understand and empathize with computer user needs and concerns.
30. Ability to maintain records and prepare written and statistical reports clearly and concisely.
31. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
32. Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
33. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$43,683 - $50,236
Legal Intern (BOCES)(2 Positions)2021-152A2

Location:    Central Administration - 900 Watervliet Shaker Road

Starting Salary:    $18.75 per hour (hours will vary dependent upon student schedule and BOCES needs)

Basic Function:

A Legal Intern (BOCES) works under direct supervision, undertaking a variety of projects as they relate to the Risk Mitigation and Compliance of Capital Region BOCES/Northeastern Regional Information Center (NERIC). These projects include, but are not limited to, vendor contract review/data entry, data privacy processes and policy review processes. Projects carried out by persons in this position are part of the regular routine of the department and are of an in-service training nature designed to provide maximum exposure to experience in a designated field. Legal Intern (BOCES) positions provide an on-the-job training situation through work based learning. Supervision is not a responsibility of this position. Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Specific duties will vary with each project assignment, all relating to the risk mitigation and compliance objectives of Capital Region BOCES/Northeastern Regional Information Center (NERIC).
2. Ability to learn the principles and practices of risk mitigation and compliance, data privacy, policy and contract review and vendor contract management.
3. Ability to learn sources of information and legal/policy developments in the field of education law and data privacy.
4. Ability to learn about the organization of a BOCES.
5. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
6. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
7. Ability to carry out project assignments of a broadly defined nature.
8. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$18.75 per hour
Teacher-Deaf & Hard of Hearing (Anticipated Openings)2021-207

Location:   Special Education - Multiple Locations TBD

Basic Function:

To implement IEP goals and objectives for each student.

Responsibilities:

Assessment, curriculum development, instruction and evaluation of students with handicapping conditions.

Dependent upon step of current contract
Senior Information Security Analyst2021-185A2

Location:    Northeastern Regional Information Center - 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road

Basic Function:

The work involves responsibility for assessing, testing, reporting and recommending appropriate remediation measures within the information security and systems architecture of the Capital Region BOCES/ Northeastern Regional Information Center (NERIC) Data & Network Operations Center including end user networks and devices. This class differs from that of an Information Security Analyst by virtue of the fact that a Senior Information Security Analyst position may exercise leading the work of others. The incumbent will ensure information security access management, processes and industry standards are followed and maintained. The incumbent may assist BOCES Network Services personnel with identifying and troubleshooting issues relating to information security. Employees in this classification are tasked with assisting administration with internal investigations. Work is performed under the general supervision of a BOCES Supervisor. Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Leads the information and security work of the Data & Network Operations Center of the Regional Information Center.
2. Monitors system vulnerability, analyzes findings and performs and/or recommends necessary remediation.
3. Participates in network placement and design review.
4. Assists with activities for providing back-up, recovery and business continuity.
5. Diagnoses and resolves Information Security system, hardware and software problems.
6. Reviews daily security appliances and system logs.
7. Supports forensic and audit reviews to ensure compliance with established standards.
8. Communicates results of daily internal system log analysis and review to appropriate staff.
9. Performs patching of security platforms.
10. Certifies acceptance of data signatures.
11. Advises and assists with system performance and data related tuning.
12. Supports internal investigations by monitoring, retrieving data and reports relating to employees charged with misconduct.
13. Good knowledge of a data & network operations center, infrastructure, systems management, structures and techniques.
14. Good knowledge of electronic data processing systems, principles, practices and procedures of systems and applications programming.
15. Good knowledge of security events incident management (SEIM) platforms.
16. Good knowledge of security login platforms.
17. Working knowledge of electronic data transmission storage and access control.
18. Working knowledge of common information management frameworks.
19. Familiarity with current literature, sources of information and technological developments in the field of information security and systems architecture.
20. Ability to analyze systems requirements of a variety of applications and to design appropriate infrastructures.
21. Ability to track and maintain the inventory of infrastructure, replacement lifecycle and relative budget and planning.
22. Ability to prepare reports and diagrams relative to systems architecture.
23. Ability to direct and review the work of others.
24. Ability to prepare written and oral reports.
25. Ability to accurately convey both written and verbal directions.
26. Ability to form and maintain effective working relationships.
27. Ability to exercise independent judgment.
28. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$75,000 - $85,000
Information Security Analyst2021-186A2

Location:    Northeastern Regional Information Center - 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road

Basic Function:

The work involves responsibility for assessing, testing, reporting and recommending appropriate remediation measures within the information security and systems architecture of the Capital Region BOCES/Northeastern Regional Information Center (NERIC) Data & Network Operations Center including end user networks and devices. The incumbent will ensure information security access management, processes and industry standards are followed and maintained. The incumbent may assist BOCES Network Services personnel with identifying and troubleshooting issues relating to information security. Employees in this classification are tasked with assisting administration with internal investigations. Work is performed under the general supervision of a BOCES Supervisor. Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Reviews daily security appliances and system logs.
2. Monitors system vulnerability, analyzes findings and identifies areas requiring remediation.
3. Performs or coordinates security scanning or testing.
4. Assists with activities for providing back-up, recovery and business continuity.
5. Updates configuration and certification acceptance of data signatures.
6. Advises and assists with system performance and data related tuning.
7. Supports forensic and audit reviews to ensure compliance with established standards.
8. Prepares reports as needed.
9. Communicates results of daily internal system log analysis and review to appropriate staff.
10. Supports internal investigations by monitoring, retrieving data and reports relating to employees charged with misconduct.
11. Good knowledge of networking and operating systems.
12. Good knowledge of current literature, sources of information and technological developments in the field of information security and systems architecture.
13. Working knowledge of security events incident management (SEIM) platforms.
14. Working knowledge of security login platforms.
15. Ability to analyze systems requirements of a variety of applications.
16. Ability to prepare written and oral reports.
17. Ability to accurately convey both written and verbal directions.
18. Ability to form and maintain effective working relationships.
19. Ability to work well with customers and service agencies.
20. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$50,000 - $65,000
Teacher-English As A New Language2021-210

Location:    Educational Support Services - Multiple Locations

Basic Function:

To provide English as a New Language instruction to K-12 students making the transition from a native tongue to full literacy.

Responsibilities:

1. To provide instruction to small groups and individual English Limited Learners (ELL) students.
2. To collaborate with classroom teachers of ELL students.
3. To travel between schools and districts as needed

Dependent upon step of current contract
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
Teaching Assistant P-Tech Program2021-211

Location:    Educational Support Services P-Tech Program @ SUNY Schenectady County Community College

Basic Function:

Enforcement of previously introduced skills and implementation of daily classroom routines.

Responsibilities:

1. To carry out the organization of instructional materials and learning centers as planned and directed by the classroom teacher.

2. To monitor and reinforce skills and concepts previously taught by the teacher in individual or small group learning situations within the educational environment and under the supervision and control of the classroom teacher.

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
Teacher-Career Education-Electrical Trades2021-188A2

Location:    Career & Technical Education - Schoharie Campus

Basic Function:

Electrical Trades program offers students the opportunity to learn basic electrical skills and to progress to the cutting edge of 21st century green technologies. Instruct high school students in the proper practices and procedures associated with residential and commercial electric trade. To teach the skills that will lead to entry level employment opportunities.

Responsibilities:

1. To teach fundamental skills in electrical theory through classroom instruction and hands-on shop lessons to become successful residential, commercial and industrial wiring professionals.
2. To be responsible for developing and evaluating course plans.
3. To develop in each student an awareness and understanding coupled with the skills and knowledge in the industry.
4. Instill in all students safe work habits, the importance of lifelong learning and a work ethic that fosters reliability, competence, dependability and satisfaction with their own work.

Dependent upon step of current contract
Adult Education Instructor-Forklift Operator2021-212

Location:    Career & Technical Education - Adult Education Campus TBD

Basic Function:

To teach adult learners (17 years and older) the proper practices, procedures and skills to operate a forklift that will lead to entry level employment opportunities.

Responsibilities:

1. To deliver both formal (handouts/lectures) and practical (demonstration and time-on forklift) lessons on how to safely operate a forklift.
2. To teach proper forklift techniques that include measurement, loading, unloading, safety, travel and maneuvering, etc.
3. To evaluate learners performance on and off equipment.
4. To develop in each adult learner an awareness and understanding coupled with the skills and knowledge in the industry.
5. To be responsible for developing and evaluating course plans.
6. To strive to instill in each adult learner safe work habits, the importance of continuation of his/her education and assets of reliability, competence, loyalty and dependability.

Start Date:    September 8, 2020 (anticipated start date)

Starting Salary:    $39.30 per hour for @ 8 hour course offered 4-5 times per year

$40.87 per hour
Adult Education Instructor-Security Guard2021-213

Location:    Career & Technical Education – Adult Education Program @ Albany South End Campus Center located at 20 Warren Street, Albany and Schoharie campuses

Basic Function:

To teach adult learners (18 years and older) the proper practices, procedures and skills to become a security guard (non-armed) training that will lead to entry level employment opportunities.

Responsibilities:

1. To instruct 8-Hour Pre-Assignment Training, 16-Hour On-the-Job Training, and 8-Hour Annual In-Service Renewal.
2. To evaluate learners competence on each training module.
3. To develop in each adult learner an awareness and understanding coupled with the skills and knowledge in the industry.
4. To be responsible for developing and evaluating course plans.
5. To strive to instill in each adult learner safe work habits, the importance of continuation of his/her education and assets of reliability, competence, loyalty and dependability.

$40.87 per hour
Clerk I (PT)- NERIC 1FT/1PT2021-218

Position:    Clerk l PT (1 Full-Time / 1 Part-Time)

Location:    Northeastern Regional Information Center - 900 Watervliet-Shaker

Basic Function:

Performs a variety of routine clerical procedures. Employees in this class are usually trained to do specific duties in an assigned area. The work is performed under direct supervision during training.  Employees receive detailed instructions and close supervision at the beginning of their employment and subsequent to new assignments. The Clerk I position may be an entry-level position for advancement to higher level and specialized functional responsibilities within an operating agency.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sort, indexes files documents such as vendor’s bills, cases histories, birth and death records, invoices alphabetically, numerically, chronologically and by other predetermined categories.
2. Operates a computer to enter or retrieve data and /or historical information.
3. Makes routine clerical checks in processing the mail, vendor bills, searching in delinquent tax records, police reports, and attendance reports.
4. Maintains alphabetic, numeric and chronological files of documents and materials by coding and filing new material, searching for requested material and periodically purging obsolete material.
5. Operates a variety of office equipment including a computer, copier machine, mailers, check signers, posting machine or switchboard as an incidental part of the clerical work performed.
6. May act as a receptionist and receives and records telephone complaints and inquiries which are directed to the proper authority for necessary action.
7. May collect and record money received, issues receipts, deposits moneys and makes reports on monetary transactions.
8. May maintain records on time worked, pay rates, and makes routine entries on various fiscal and departmental records.
9. Logs in mail and information necessary for the proper conduct of unit business as well as to form a basis for activity reports.
10. Working knowledge of business arithmetic and English.
11. Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.
12. Ability to operate a computer to enter, store and retrieve information and data.
13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
14. Ability to get along well with others.
15. Ability to write legibly.
16. Clerical aptitude.
17. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$12.50 - $13.50 per hour
Clerk I (PT)-Textbooks2021-217

Position:    Clerk l (Part Time) - Textbooks (up to 8 positions)

Location:    Educational Support Services – Textbooks - British American Blvd.

Basic Function:

Performs a variety of routine clerical procedures. Employees in this class are usually trained to do specific duties in an assigned area. The work is performed under direct supervision during training.  Employees receive detailed instructions and close supervision at the beginning of their employment and subsequent to new assignments. The Clerk I position may be an entry-level position for advancement to higher level and specialized functional responsibilities within an operating agency.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

 

1. Sort, indexes files documents such as vendor’s bills, cases histories, birth and death records, invoices alphabetically, numerically, chronologically and by other predetermined categories.
2. Operates a computer to enter or retrieve data and /or historical information.
3. Makes routine clerical checks in processing the mail, vendor bills, searching in delinquent tax records, police reports, and attendance reports.
4. Maintains alphabetic, numeric and chronological files of documents and materials by coding and filing new material, searching for requested material and periodically purging obsolete material.
5. Operates a variety of office equipment including a computer, copier machine, mailers, check signers, posting machine or switchboard as an incidental part of the clerical work performed.
6. May act as a receptionist and receives and records telephone complaints and inquiries which are directed to the proper authority for necessary action.
7. May collect and record money received, issues receipts, deposits moneys and makes reports on monetary transactions.
8. May maintain records on time worked, pay rates, and makes routine entries on various fiscal and departmental records.
9. Logs in mail and information necessary for the proper conduct of unit business as well as to form a basis for activity reports.
10. Working knowledge of business arithmetic and English.
11. Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.
12. Ability to operate a computer to enter, store and retrieve information and data.
13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
14. Ability to get along well with others.
15. Ability to write legibly.
16. Clerical aptitude.
17. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

DATE: June 25, 2021 (anticipated start date) 11-week project running through early September

$12.50 - $13.50 per hour
Clerk I (PT)-NERIC2021-219

Position:    Clerk l-PT (up to 10 positions)

Location:    Northeastern Regional Information Center - Albany & North Country Region

Basic Function:

Performs a variety of routine clerical procedures. Employees in this class are usually trained to do specific duties in an assigned area. The work is performed under direct supervision during training.  Employees receive detailed instructions and close supervision at the beginning of their employment and subsequent to new assignments. The Clerk I position may be an entry-level position for advancement to higher level and specialized functional responsibilities within an operating agency.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sort, indexes files documents such as vendor’s bills, cases histories, birth and death records, invoices alphabetically, numerically, chronologically and by other predetermined categories.
2. Operates a computer to enter or retrieve data and /or historical information.
3. Makes routine clerical checks in processing the mail, vendor bills, searching in delinquent tax records, police reports, and attendance reports.
4. Maintains alphabetic, numeric and chronological files of documents and materials by coding and filing new material, searching for requested material and periodically purging obsolete material.
5. Operates a variety of office equipment including a computer, copier machine, mailers, check signers, posting machine or switchboard as an incidental part of the clerical work performed.
6. May act as a receptionist and receives and records telephone complaints and inquiries which are directed to the proper authority for necessary action.
7. May collect and record money received, issues receipts, deposits moneys and makes reports on monetary transactions.
8. May maintain records on time worked, pay rates, and makes routine entries on various fiscal and departmental records.
9. Logs in mail and information necessary for the proper conduct of unit business as well as to form a basis for activity reports.
10. Working knowledge of business arithmetic and English.
11. Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.
12. Ability to operate a computer to enter, store and retrieve information and data.
13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
14. Ability to get along well with others.
15. Ability to write legibly.
16. Clerical aptitude.
17. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$12.50 - $13.50 per hour
Principal-Career & Technical Education2021-223

Location:    Career & Technical Education – Schoharie Campus

Basic Function:

Provides leadership and overall supervision in the management of the Career & Technical Education programs at the Schoharie campus.

Responsibilities:

1. Inherent in the position are the responsibilities for planning, curriculum development, program evaluation, personnel management, financial management, emergency procedures, scheduling, and facilities operations.
2. Commitment to building partnerships with post-secondary institutions and local businesses.

Salary commensurate with experience
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
Principal-Special Education2021-229

Location:     Special Education - Maywood School

Basic Function:

To provide instructional, supervisory and direct leadership in a variety of BOCES programs.

Responsibilities:

1. To ensure that programs and services are implemented in a quality manner by assigned personnel pursuant to the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education.
2. Work with multiple districts, multiple stakeholders and families.
3. Lead and support curriculum development, pedagogy, and application of quality instructional practices.
4. Communicate and promote expectations for high-level performance to staff and students.
5. Lead and support teachers, staff, students, and families of the school community.
6. Foster collegiality and team building among staff members.
7. Collect, report and analyze school level data for instructional improvement and accountability purposes.
8. Provide for two-way communication with Director of Special Education, staff, students, parents and community.
9. Recognize excellence and achievement.

Salary commensurate with experience

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