Certificated Employment Opportunities


March 6, 2017

Position:         School Speech Therapist

Basic Function:     Under the direction of Superintendent, provide speech and language therapy to students with active Individual Education Plan (IEP) specifying such services.  , 

Schedule: 184 days / 11 months/year

Salary:   $54,547 - $68,122 [Correct placement on Certificated Management Salary Schedule commensurate with experience.]  Full-time position includes District paid health, dental and vision insurance for employee and dependents.

Starting Date: August 2017                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     POSITION QUALIFICATIONS Minimum Qualifications 
1. Credential: Clinical Rehabilitative Services/Speech Therapy, preferably with classroom authorization. 
2. Education: Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred), including all courses needed to meet credential requirements. 
3. Personal Qualities: Maintain a professional appearance; meet District standards for physical and mental health; demonstrate enthusiasm for assignment and willingness to participate in supervision of extra-curricular activities; demonstrate ability to maintain cooperative relations with others; have strong work ethic; willingness to be a part of the overall school program.  Empathy for students with communication problems (academic and emotional) and ability to gain job satisfaction from observing small steps of growth.

Major Duties and Responsibilities 
1. Responsible for instructing students identified as having exceptional needs, regardless of grade level, in accordance with the plan outlined by the Individual Education Program (IEP) for each student enrolled in the special education class. 

2. Evaluates and makes periodic reports on the achievement and personal adjustment of communicatively handicapped students, in cooperation with the parents, principal and teaching staff. 

3. Provides consultation to staff members regarding the remedial processes and difficulties involved in instructing these students. 

4. Integrates the program for students with communication disorders with the total educational program of each assigned school. Works with the school staff toward full integration of the student into the regular school program. 

5. Confers frequently with parents and professional staff members on each student’s progress.

6. Assists other staff professionals in the diagnoses of communication disorders, development of planned remediation, and evaluation of the results. 

7. Provides appropriate physical and psychological environment to establish and reinforce acceptable student behavior, attitudes, social skills and self-image. 

8. Serves as a member of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) team for all students enrolled in their program. 

9. At the appropriate time during the academic year provides: 
a. A summary of the student’s progress in terms of communication skills since the last written evaluation; 
b. The results of specific measures of the student’s progress; 
c. A summary of the methods and/or materials utilized in the student’s instructional program.   

Job Description – Elementary and Secondary Speech/Language Specialist 

10. Assumes responsibility for writing annual goals and short-term objectives of Individual Education Plans for the identified students after obtaining input from appropriate IEP team members. 

11. Provides information and assistance to identified students and their parents as needed. 

12. Maintains professional competence by participation in special in-services and staff development training sessions offered by the District and Special Education Local Plan Area. 

13. Participates in the evaluation of the District speech/language program. 

14. Performs other related special education duties as specified by the site administrator, Director of Educational Services and the Special Education Principal.

Responsibilities
1. Works with school site committee in the assessment, placement and evaluation of students who are communicatively handicapped. 

2. Keeps abreast of all types of new instructional equipment and materials that might be used in remedial instruction. Supervision Exercised and Received Under the immediate direction of the site administrator/designee with staff assistance from the Special Education Program Specialist, Director of Educational Services and the Special Education Principal. 

Working Conditions:
ENVIRONMENT: Office environment; Classroom environment during observances;Valid California driver's license.
HAZARDS: Contact with hostile or abusive individuals with unpredictable behaviors.
 
Application Procedure:

All of the following information must be received before your application will be considered for this position: 1) letter of application (to Doug Kaelin, Superintendent); 2) Certificated application; 3) resume of experience; 4) at least three letters of recommendation or placement file, 5) and copies of transcripts and credentials.

Application Deadline:   March 17, 2017 or Open until filled (after that date)

Equal Opportunity Employer

March 6, 2017

Position:              Biggs Elementary School Teacher Position -   Grades K - 8th                           

Salary:                 $41,883 – $77,024 [Correct placement on Certificated Salary Schedule, Commensurate with post-baccalaureate units and experience.]  Full-time position includes District-paid health, dental and vision insurance for employee and dependents.

Starting Date:    2017/2018 School Year

Minimum Qualifications:

1.   CREDENTIAL:  Multiple Subject or Appropriate California Credential as prescribed by law.  Must have EL certification (CLAD, etc).

  1. PERSONAL QUALITIES:  Maintain a professional appearance; meet District standards for physical and mental health; demonstrate enthusiasm for assignment and willingness to participate in supervision of extra-curricular activities; demonstrate ability to maintain cooperative relations with others.
  2. PROFESSIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS:  Better than average recommendations from student teaching supervisors and other professionals who have observed and evaluated personal characteristics and scholastic attainment. 
  3. NCLB:  Must meet No Child Left Behind requirements.
  4. OTHER:  The following are preferred, not required:  Bilingual (Spanish/English); BCLAD; and coaching ability.

Position Description: To provide instruction for students in grades kindergarten through eighth. 

All of the following information must be received before your application will be considered for this position: 1) letter of application or introduction to Doug Kaelin (please indicate position); 2) certificated application; 3) resume; 4) three letters of recommendation, 5) and copies of transcripts, credentials, and verification of CBEST and NCLB.

Application Deadline:  March 17, 2017 or Open until filled
 

Equal Opportunity Employer

Substitute Teachers

 NOTE:  If you have an application on file from a previous position, you may request that application be pulled for the current position. Job announcements and applications may be obtained at the Administration Building at 300 B Street in Biggs, or www.biggs.org. All application materials must be received by the deadline.  For more information please call (530) 868-1281, X250 for the Human Resources office.

 *  Substitute Teachers:  Please stop by for an employment packet.  You must be registered with Butte County Office of Education.  Bring to our office proof of citizenship (driver license and social security card, etc.), CBEST, TB, and Credential/Temporary.
 
Thank you.
 Equal Opportunity Employer