Education America Network Jobs RSS Feed http://www.educationamerica.net Education America Network RSS Feed en-us Transportation Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433848 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Transportation Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433848 Substitute Teacher at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433868 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Substitute Teacher Location: TBDJob Goal: In the absence of the classroom teacher, the substitute teacher enables each student to pursue his or her education as smoothly and completely as possible by providing instruction, encouraging student progress and managing the learning environmentEssential Functions: - Excellent human relations skills.- Ability to implement 21st Century Skills into the curriculum.- Skilled and effective in oral and written communication.- Ability to plan and implement lessons based on substitute plans and the needs and abilities of students.- Performs all duties assigned to the absent teacher unless excused by the building administrator.- Maintains, as fully as possible, the established routines and procedures of the school and classroom to which assigned.- Ability to move around the room in order to effectively monitor student work and behavior.- Manages the learning environment by handling non-instructional tasks efficiently, using instructional time appropriately, maintaining an effective physical setting for instruction and maintaining appropriate student behavior in the classroom.- Physical and emotional ability and dexterity to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, high-intensive work environment.- Possess the patience, caring and desire needed to work with the students to see that each student has the opportunity to succeed.- Take attendance and keep attendance registers for regular classroom teacher.- Maintains accurate, complete and appropriate records and files.- Conducts assigned classes at the times scheduled.- Teaches the lesson as prepared by the absent teacher.- If a physical education teacher, some assignments may require working outdoors in conditions which are moderately comfortable and require adaptation of clothes and dress to the conditions or the use of "sun blockers." - If a resource teacher, assist teachers upon their request in the locations assigned.- If teaching chemistry or certain science classes, ability to use appropriate masks and filters or protective clothing as protections from harmful liquids or fumes.- Consults with a building administrator or grade level teacher, before initiating any teaching or other procedure not specified.- Assumes responsibility for overseeing pupil behavior in class and all other areas of the buildings and grounds, as necessary.- Enforces regulations concerning student conduct and discipline consistent with the Student Code of Conduct Booklet.- Reports in writing the day's activities at conclusion of the teaching day.- Provide supervision of students at all times.- Adheres to all district rules, regulations and policies.- Reports all student injuries, accidents, illnesses and discipline problems to the appropriate authority immediately, or as soon as is reasonably possible.- Participates in professional growth and development activities including staff meetings, and in-service and staff development activities as required or assigned.- Good knowledge of student growth and development applicable to the grade assigned.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned.- Other duties as assigned.Expectations: - Knowledge of district's mission, goals and organization.- If teaching physical education, must possess sufficient strength, dexterity, endurance, agility and skill to carry out the program of studies for the activities to which assigned.- Dresses in a manner consistent with school policies.- Reports to the school office upon arrival and performs all check-in procedures as required.- Follows all district and school policies, rules and procedures to which regular teachers are subject to and what good teaching practice dictates.- Returns instructional materials, equipment and keys to proper place.- Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, records, equipment, and materials.- Assists in the documentation of student progress by efficiently maintaining and submitting appropriate records and reports, as required- Adheres to good safety practices.- Be courteous and professional at all times.Qualifications: Successful completion of all KCKPS training to be prepared as a substitute teacherMinimum of 60 college credit hours, Bachelor degree in any area, or higher degreeMeets the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of EducationPossess a standard substitute license, full teaching license, or emergency sub teaching license issued by the Kansas State Department of EducationCommunication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records.Organization:Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: At-will Salary: Based on the KCKPS salary schedule for substitute teachers Reports To: Human Resources Substitute Teacher Administrator and Building Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with established procedure approved by the Board Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Day Shift Type: Part-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433868 Middle School Special Education Teacher - Life Skills at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433867 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Middle School Special Education Teacher - Life Skills (Immediate Positions) Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful.Essential Functions: Plans Instruction:- To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- Schedules and attends IEP meetings; works with multi-disciplinary team to diagnose needs, structure, develop and implement IEP for each student identified.- Defines, structures and communicates daily expectations according to IEP including but not limited to course goals, objectives, learning methods and activities.- Communicates with team members on instructional and behavioral strategies and objectives, students' grasp of material and their outcomes, and perspectives for applications of materials learned.- Develops positive professional working relationships with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.Delivers Instruction:- Controls classroom and individual behavior; adapts and adjusts course content and reading levels to specific skills to be taught; discerns means of building memory and study skills; and, assists individual students in achieving learning objectives by working with them individually and in small groups.- Delivers instruction geared toward the Common Core Essential Elements and assess students using the Dynamic Learning Maps Assessment.- Prepares displays, events, and reinforcement activities which encourage participation in the classroom and community settings.Evaluates and Communicates:- Plans assessments for evaluation to include but not limited to various diagnostic techniques: standardized survey and criterion-referenced tests; teacher developed oral and written assessments; student personal indices (effort, potential, interests, and memory).- Designs subject-based reinforcement to follow assessments and students' learning objectives (computer, lab activities, working independently or on group projects, field/community reinforcement).- Collects and enters data in computer, on charts, from observations and reports progress in growth and development and results regularly as required.Manages the Classroom: - Designs classroom rules for student interaction (courtesy and respect for belongings, space and ideas), self-control, working independently, appropriately gaining the floor, and accepting reminders from teacher; designs systems for handling all behavior (from simple infractions to severe behavior).- Prepares physical condition of classroom to reflect subject matter to facilitate student learning.- Keeps daily records on but not limited to student attendance, learning and social needs, assignments, assessments and discipline; supervises paraprofessional(s).Manages all job duties with the mobility, agility, dexterity and focused observation to meet job standards of performance.Other Duties: (Others may be assigned)- Participates in teacher committee work and attends teacher meetings and professional development- Daily lunch count and lunchroom duty as assigned.- Supervision of paraprofessionals as assigned- Prepares and/or escorts students to travel to special classes.- Supervises bus loading and unloading as required.- Attends programs and events related to school.- Attends to student's personal care needsQualifications: Certified by Kansas State Department of Education and holds current license in Low Incidence/Functional Special Education.Performance Standards:- Must support district mission, goals and objectives.- Must demonstrate knowledge of appropriate instructional practices for students with low-incidence disabilities; course content; classroom management; appropriate discipline techniques; ability to work with multi-disciplinary teams.- Must demonstrate ability to use audio and visual and regular classroom equipment any applicable adaptive equipment.- Must demonstrate skills and abilities in leadership, planning, communication, coordination, decision-making, handling emergency situations, patience, imagination, organization.- Must achieve objectives in the IEP for students' needs and as projected to assist in curriculum and performance outcomes.- Must have a plan for personal professional growth activities including but not limited to those supplied by the district; professional growth activities will be evidenced by recorded efforts to improve classroom management and student achievement.- Must meet all district safety requirements- Performance evaluation performed annually by Supervisor.Attendance Requirements: As required in policy.Organizational Relationship: The Special Education Classroom teacher will be under the immediate supervision of the Principal of the building to which assigned.Communication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Special Education Administration/Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433867 Middle School Special Education Teacher - Autism at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433866 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Middle School Special Education Teacher - Autism - Anticipated Vacancy Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: - To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.- To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.- To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.- Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.- To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.- Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.- Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.- To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.- Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.- Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffings, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.- Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.- Assist in establishing class schedules.- Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.- Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.s- Demonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.- Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessary- To be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.- Maintain a neat and appropriate appearance- Other duties as assignedCommunication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records.Organization:Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Qualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433866 Middle School Special Education Teacher at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433865 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Middle School Special Education Teacher Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: - To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.- To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.- To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.- Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.- To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.- Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.- Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.- To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.- Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.- Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffings, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.- Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.- Assist in establishing class schedules.- Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.- Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.s- Demonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.- Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessary- To be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.- Maintain a neat and appropriate appearance- Other duties as assignedCommunication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records.Organization:Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Qualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433865 High School Special Education Teacher at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433864 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): High School Special Education Teacher Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: - To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.- To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.- To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.- Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.- To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.- Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.- Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.- To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.- Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.- Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffings, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.- Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.- Assist in establishing class schedules.- Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.- Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.s- Demonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.- Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessary- To be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.- Maintain a neat and appropriate appearance- Other duties as assignedCommunication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records.Organization:Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Qualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433864 High School Special Education Teacher - Emotional Disturbance at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433863 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): High School Special Education Teacher - Emotional Disturbance - Anticipated Vacancy Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: - To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.- To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.- To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.- Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.- To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.- Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.- Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.- To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.- Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.- Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffings, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.- Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.- Assist in establishing class schedules.- Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.- Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.s- Demonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.- Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessary- To be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.- Maintain a neat and appropriate appearance- Other duties as assignedCommunication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records.Organization:Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Qualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433863 High School Special Education Teacher - Life Skills at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433862 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): High School Special Education Teacher - Life Skills - Anticipated Vacancy Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful.Essential Functions: Plans Instruction:- To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- Schedules and attends IEP meetings; works with multi-disciplinary team to diagnose needs, structure, develop and implement IEP for each student identified.- Defines, structures and communicates daily expectations according to IEP including but not limited to course goals, objectives, learning methods and activities.- Communicates with team members on instructional and behavioral strategies and objectives, students' grasp of material and their outcomes, and perspectives for applications of materials learned.- Develops positive professional working relationships with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.Delivers Instruction:- Controls classroom and individual behavior; adapts and adjusts course content and reading levels to specific skills to be taught; discerns means of building memory and study skills; and, assists individual students in achieving learning objectives by working with them individually and in small groups.- Delivers instruction geared toward the Common Core Essential Elements and assess students using the Dynamic Learning Maps Assessment.- Prepares displays, events, and reinforcement activities which encourage participation in the classroom and community settings.Evaluates and Communicates:- Plans assessments for evaluation to include but not limited to various diagnostic techniques: standardized survey and criterion-referenced tests; teacher developed oral and written assessments; student personal indices (effort, potential, interests, and memory).- Designs subject-based reinforcement to follow assessments and students' learning objectives (computer, lab activities, working independently or on group projects, field/community reinforcement).- Collects and enters data in computer, on charts, from observations and reports progress in growth and development and results regularly as required.Manages the Classroom: - Designs classroom rules for student interaction (courtesy and respect for belongings, space and ideas), self-control, working independently, appropriately gaining the floor, and accepting reminders from teacher; designs systems for handling all behavior (from simple infractions to severe behavior).- Prepares physical condition of classroom to reflect subject matter to facilitate student learning.- Keeps daily records on but not limited to student attendance, learning and social needs, assignments, assessments and discipline; supervises paraprofessional(s).Manages all job duties with the mobility, agility, dexterity and focused observation to meet job standards of performance.Other Duties: (Others may be assigned)- Participates in teacher committee work and attends teacher meetings and professional development- Daily lunch count and lunchroom duty as assigned.- Supervision of paraprofessionals as assigned- Prepares and/or escorts students to travel to special classes.- Supervises bus loading and unloading as required.- Attends programs and events related to school.- Attends to student's personal care needsQualifications: Certified by Kansas State Department of Education and holds current license in Low Incidence/Functional Special Education.Performance Standards:- Must support district mission, goals and objectives.- Must demonstrate knowledge of appropriate instructional practices for students with low-incidence disabilities; course content; classroom management; appropriate discipline techniques; ability to work with multi-disciplinary teams.- Must demonstrate ability to use audio and visual and regular classroom equipment any applicable adaptive equipment.- Must demonstrate skills and abilities in leadership, planning, communication, coordination, decision-making, handling emergency situations, patience, imagination, organization.- Must achieve objectives in the IEP for students' needs and as projected to assist in curriculum and performance outcomes.- Must have a plan for personal professional growth activities including but not limited to those supplied by the district; professional growth activities will be evidenced by recorded efforts to improve classroom management and student achievement.- Must meet all district safety requirements- Performance evaluation performed annually by Supervisor.Attendance Requirements: As required in policy.Organizational Relationship: The Special Education Classroom teacher will be under the immediate supervision of the Principal of the building to which assigned.Communication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Special Education Administration/Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433862 High School Special Education Teacher - Autism at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433861 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): High School Special Education Teacher - Autism 2018/2019 Anticipated Vacancy Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: - To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.- To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.- To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.- Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.- To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.- Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.- Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.- To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.- Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.- Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffings, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.- Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.- Assist in establishing class schedules.- Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.- Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.s- Demonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.- Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessary- To be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.- Maintain a neat and appropriate appearance- Other duties as assignedCommunication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records.Organization:Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Qualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433861 Food Service Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433860 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Food Service Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433860 Cafeteria Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433852 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Cafeteria Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433852 Elementary Special Education Teacher - Emotional Disturbance at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433859 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Elementary Special Education Teacher - Emotional Disturbance Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffing, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.Assist in establishing class schedules.Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.sDemonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessaryTo be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environmentMaintain a neat and appropriate appearanceOther duties as assignedQualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Communication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433859 Elementary Special Education Teacher - Life Skills at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433858 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Elementary Special Education Teacher - Life Skills - Anticipated Vacancy Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful.Essential Functions: Plans Instruction:- To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.Schedules and attends IEP meetings; works with multi-disciplinary team to diagnose needs, structure, develop and implement IEP for each student identified.- Defines, structures and communicates daily expectations according to IEP including but not limited to course goals, objectives, learning methods and activities.- Communicates with team members on instructional and behavioral strategies and objectives, students' grasp of material and their outcomes, and perspectives for applications of materials learned.- Develops positive professional working relationships with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.Delivers Instruction:- Controls classroom and individual behavior; adapts and adjusts course content and reading levels to specific skills to be taught; discerns means of building memory and study skills; and, assists individual students in achieving learning objectives by working with them individually and in small groups.- Delivers instruction geared toward the Common Core Essential Elements and assess students using the Dynamic Learning Maps Assessment.- Prepares displays, events, and reinforcement activities which encourage participation in the classroom and community settings.Evaluates and Communicates:- Plans assessments for evaluation to include but not limited to various diagnostic techniques: standardized survey and criterion-referenced tests; teacher developed oral and written assessments; student personal indices (effort, potential, interests, and memory).- Designs subject-based reinforcement to follow assessments and students' learning objectives (computer, lab activities, working independently or on group projects, field/community reinforcement).- Collects and enters data in computer, on charts, from observations and reports progress in growth and development and results regularly as required.Manages the Classroom: - Designs classroom rules for student interaction (courtesy and respect for belongings, space and ideas), self-control, working independently, appropriately gaining the floor, and accepting reminders from teacher; designs systems for handling all behavior (from simple infractions to severe behavior).- Prepares physical condition of classroom to reflect subject matter to facilitate student learning.- Keeps daily records on but not limited to student attendance, learning and social needs, assignments, assessments and discipline; supervises paraprofessional(s).Manages all job duties with the mobility, agility, dexterity and focused observation to meet job standards of performance.Other Duties: (Others may be assigned)- Participates in teacher committee work and attends teacher meetings and professional development- Daily lunch count and lunchroom duty as assigned.- Supervision of paraprofessionals as assigned- Prepares and/or escorts students to travel to special classes.- Supervises bus loading and unloading as required.- Attends programs and events related to school.- Attends to student's personal care needsQualifications: Certified by Kansas State Department of Education and holds current license in Low Incidence/Functional Special Education.Performance Standards:- Must support district mission, goals and objectives.- Must demonstrate knowledge of appropriate instructional practices for students with low-incidence disabilities; course content; classroom management; appropriate discipline techniques; ability to work with multi-disciplinary teams.- Must demonstrate ability to use audio and visual and regular classroom equipment any applicable adaptive equipment.- Must demonstrate skills and abilities in leadership, planning, communication, coordination, decision-making, handling emergency situations, patience, imagination, organization.- Must achieve objectives in the IEP for students' needs and as projected to assist in curriculum and performance outcomes.- Must have a plan for personal professional growth activities including but not limited to those supplied by the district; professional growth activities will be evidenced by recorded efforts to improve classroom management and student achievement.- Must meet all district safety requirements- Performance evaluation performed annually by Supervisor.Attendance Requirements: As required in policy.Organizational Relationship: The Special Education Classroom teacher will be under the immediate supervision of the Principal of the building to which assigned.Communication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Special Education Administration/Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433858 Elementary Special Education Teacher - Autism at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433857 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Elementary Special Education Teacher - Autism - Anticipated Vacancy Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffing, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.Assist in establishing class schedules.Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.sDemonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessaryTo be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environmentMaintain a neat and appropriate appearanceOther duties as assignedQualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Communication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433857 Elementary Special Education Teacher at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433856 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Elementary Special Education Teacher Location: TBDJob Goal: To provide students with the ability to obtain knowledge, information, skills and to have a sense of self-worth and dignity that will help them be successful as they transition from high school to the communityEssential Functions: - To advocate for the rights of students with special needs.- To develop and maintain a positive professional working relationship with student, parents, teachers, administrators and other service providers.- To be responsible for planning instructional programs for the classroom This includes, but is not limited to, individual plans as outlined on students' Individual Education Programs.- To serve as a liaison between the school and the community.- Establish I.E.P./annual review meetings, affording parents' and student's right to input and notifying all service providers per local guidelines.- To serve as an active member on the I.E.Pteam for students, served yet not on the caseload.- Develop and maintain all I.E.P.'s in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines.- Maintain close communication with mainstream teachers and other service providers, keeping them fully informed of student progress.- To carry out other responsibilities as assigned by the building administrator or special education administrator.- Perform additional duties which will provide a positive role model for the student to follow both in the classroom and outside of the classroom setting.- Evaluate student performance by performing diagnostic testing necessary in preparing for annual reviews and eligibility staffings, as well as quarterly updates on the I.E.P.- Monitor student progress in mainstreamed classes.- Assist in establishing class schedules.- Supervise, evaluate and help train paraprofessionals as assigned.- Request equipment and supplies as necessary to meet objectives as outlined on individual student's I.E.P.s- Demonstrate curriculum knowledge and teaching strategies.Implement behavioral intervention plans, as necessary- To be responsible for other duties deemed necessary and appropriate as outlined in federal, state and local guidelines and students' Individual Educational Program.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.- Maintain a neat and appropriate appearance- Other duties as assignedQualifications: Meet the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.Hold or be eligible for Kansas certification appropriate for the positionMust be tolerant and understanding of students with special needs.Show initiative, creativity, self-motivation and good judgment.Demonstrate good judgment, adaptability and flexibility.Respect confidentiality.Excellent interpersonal skills, professional judgment, oral and written communicationBe efficient and organized in "paper management"Communication: Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.Compiles data for statistical purposes.Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: Stony Point South Elementary Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433856 Early Childhood Special Education Teacher at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433855 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Location: TBD Job Goal: To facilitate student comprehension and application of concepts, skills and behaviors that contribute to the development of mature, able and responsible member of societyTo ensure continuous improvement in state and national performance levels to prepare students for college and careers in a global society, and at every level, performance is on-track and on-time for successEssential Functions: - Ability to implement 21st Century Skills into the curriculum.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned.- In order to maximize student achievement, teachers should be able to assess student abilities as related to desired educational goals, objectives and student outcomes.- Plans and employs a variety of appropriate instruction/learning strategies and activities which are compatible with the physical facility but serve the needs and capabilities of the students.- In order to provide a general environment conducive to the learning process, the teacher should be able to manage the behavior of learners in the classroom and participate in the management of student behavior in other parts of the school.- Continually communicates to students and parents (either in writing or verbally) instructional expectations, student progress or lack of progress.- Continually assesses the student achievement and maintains appropriate assessment and evaluation documentation for institutions and individual reporting purposes.- Actively participates in and works with other school personnel in planning effective instructional goals, objectives, methods and curriculum.- Participates in professional growth and development activities including staff meetings, and in-service and staff development activities as required or assigned.- Assists in the documentation of student progress by efficiently maintaining and submitting appropriate records and reports.- Ensures that the classroom and/or instructional environment is attractive, healthful, safe and generally conducive to learning.- Actively participates in extra curricular activities as requested by the principal.- Participate as a regular teacher in IEP meetings for IDEA students.- Good knowledge of content, curriculum, methods, materials and equipment of instructional specialty to which assigned.- Good knowledge of student growth and development applicable to the grade assigned.- Good knowledge of school's program of studies related to mission, goals and organization.- Continually study and learn current research and theory.- Ability to plan and implement lessons based on curriculum objectives and the needs and abilities of students.- Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with students, parents and peers, including serving as a family advocate in the district-wide Family Advocate System.- Skilled and effective in oral and written communication.- Excellent human relations skills.- If teaching a foreign language, proficiency in oral and written communication in that language.- If teaching choral music, ability to demonstrate proper techniques (singing), proficiency in one or more musical instruments.- For both choral and instrumental music teachers, excellent hearing and ability to determine pitch and tone variations.- If teaching in vocational trade, including business trades, journey level proficiency in that trade is required with on-the-job journey, lead, or supervisory experience highly desirable.- If teaching chemistry or certain science classes, ability to use appropriate masks and filters or protective clothing as protections from harmful liquids or fumes.- If teaching physical education and unless assigned full time as health or classroom driver education teacher, must possess sufficient strength, dexterity, endurance, agility and skill to carry out the program of studies for the activities to which assigned.- If a physical education teacher, some assignments may require sufficient athletics skills to demonstrate and perform appropriate athletic techniques at both the beginning and advance levels.- If a physical education teacher, some assignments may require working outdoors in conditions which are moderately comfortable and require adaptation of clothes and dress to the conditions or the use of "sun blockers".- If a resource teacher, assist teachers upon their request in the locations, preparation and development of materials with emphasis on reading as it relates to literacy training; work daily with teachers and students as scheduled and approved by school administration.- Physical and emotional ability and dexterity to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, high-intensive work environment.- Ability to move around the room in order to effectively monitor student work and behavior.- Possess the patience, caring and desire needed to work with the students and parents to see that each student has the opportunity to succeed.- Take attendance and keep attendance registers, according to Board policy.- Know and follow Section 504 and IDEA amendments.- Be courteous and professional at all times.- Maintain a neat and professional appearance.- Other duties as assignedQualifications: - Meets the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.- Kansas teaching certificate in area of instructional responsibility- English as a Second Language endorsement preferred or be committed to obtaining that endorsementCommunication: - Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.- Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.- Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.- Compiles data for statistical purposes.- Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: - Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation - Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies - Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties - Performs other related work as requiredReasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433855 Instructional Aide Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433853 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Instructional Aide Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433853 Paraprofessional Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433854 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Paraprofessional Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433854 Technician Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433846 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Technician Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433846 Tutor Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433851 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Tutor Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433851 Advocate Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433850 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Advocate Positions Location: Various 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http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433844 Custodian Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433845 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Custodian Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433845 Secretary Positions at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433843 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Secretary Positions Location: Various http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433843 Secondary Teacher at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433842 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Secondary Teacher - Middle School or High School Location: TBDJob Goal: To facilitate student comprehension and application of concepts, skills and behaviors that contribute to the development of mature, able and responsible member of societyTo ensure continuous improvement in state and national performance levels to prepare students for college and careers in a global society, and at every level, performance is on-track and on-time for successEssential Functions: - Ability to implement 21st Century Skills into the curriculum.- Ability to work a full duty day in the location or locations assigned.- In order to maximize student achievement, teachers should be able to assess student abilities as related to desired educational goals, objectives and student outcomes.- Plans and employs a variety of appropriate instruction/learning strategies and activities which are compatible with the physical facility but serve the needs and capabilities of the students.- In order to provide a general environment conducive to the learning process, the teacher should be able to manage the behavior of learners in the classroom and participate in the management of student behavior in other parts of the school.- Continually communicates to students and parents (either in writing or verbally) instructional expectations, student progress or lack of progress.- Continually assesses the student achievement and maintains appropriate assessment and evaluation documentation for institutions and individual reporting purposes.- Actively participates in and works with other school personnel in planning effective instructional goals, objectives, methods and curriculum.- Participates in professional growth and development activities including staff meetings, and in-service and staff development activities as required or assigned.- Assists in the documentation of student progress by efficiently maintaining and submitting appropriate records and reports.- Ensures that the classroom and/or instructional environment is attractive, healthful, safe and generally conducive to learning.- Actively participates in extra curricular activities as requested by the principal.- Participate as a regular teacher in IEP meetings for IDEA students.- Good knowledge of content, curriculum, methods, materials and equipment of instructional specialty to which assigned.- Good knowledge of student growth and development applicable to the grade assigned.- Good knowledge of school's program of studies related to mission, goals and organization.- Continually study and learn current research and theory.- Ability to plan and implement lessons based on curriculum objectives and the needs and abilities of students.- Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with students, parents and peers, including serving as a family advocate in the district-wide Family Advocate System.- Skilled and effective in oral and written communication.- Excellent human relations skills.- If teaching a foreign language, proficiency in oral and written communication in that language.- If teaching choral music, ability to demonstrate proper techniques (singing), proficiency in one or more musical instruments.- For both choral and instrumental music teachers, excellent hearing and ability to determine pitch and tone variations.- If teaching in vocational trade, including business trades, journey level proficiency in that trade is required with on-the-job journey, lead, or supervisory experience highly desirable.- If teaching chemistry or certain science classes, ability to use appropriate masks and filters or protective clothing as protections from harmful liquids or fumes.- If teaching physical education and unless assigned full time as health or classroom driver education teacher, must possess sufficient strength, dexterity, endurance, agility and skill to carry out the program of studies for the activities to which assigned.- If a physical education teacher, some assignments may require sufficient athletics skills to demonstrate and perform appropriate athletic techniques at both the beginning and advance levels.- If a physical education teacher, some assignments may require working outdoors in conditions which are moderately comfortable and require adaptation of clothes and dress to the conditions or the use of "sun blockers".- If a resource teacher, assist teachers upon their request in the locations, preparation and development of materials with emphasis on reading as it relates to literacy training; work daily with teachers and students as scheduled and approved by school administration.- Physical and emotional ability and dexterity to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, high-intensive work environment.- Ability to move around the room in order to effectively monitor student work and behavior.- Possess the patience, caring and desire needed to work with the students and parents to see that each student has the opportunity to succeed.- Take attendance and keep attendance registers, according to Board policy.- Know and follow Section 504 and IDEA amendments.- Be courteous and professional at all times.- Maintain a neat and professional appearance.- Other duties as assignedQualifications: - Must hold certification in appropriate grade level and content area:- High School: English Language Arts 9-12 (or appropriate content) plus ESL endorsement- Must hold a Kansas ESL license.- Meets the employment qualifications set forth by the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education and the Kansas State Department of Education.- Kansas teaching certificate in area of instructional responsibility- Must have 3-5 years of successful classroom experience in schools with high ESL populationCommunication: - Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.- Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.- Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.- Compiles data for statistical purposes.- Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records Organization: - Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation - Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies - Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties - Performs other related work as requiredReasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general publicTerms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433842 Speech Language Pathologist at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433841 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Speech Language Pathologist Location: TBD Job Goal: The job of Speech and Language Pathologist is done for the purpose/s of identifying students with communication disabilities; planning and implementing appropriate treatment to minimize adverse impact on student success; recommending treatment plans; and providing direction to Communication Therapy AidesEssential Functions: - Assesses students' communication skills (e.gprogress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of identifying communication disorders, determining program eligibility and developing recommendations for treatment.- Collaborates with a variety of groups and/or individuals (e.gprogress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening result, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, resolving issues and providing services in compliance with established guidelines.- Coordinates meetings and processes for eligible students (e.gtesting/screening, IEPs, parent conferences, pre-referral staffing, etc.) for the purpose of presenting evaluation results, developing treatment plans, and/or providing training to parents/students/staff.- Develops treatment plans, interventions and/or educational materials for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of communication disorders in compliance with state and federal regulations.- Instructs eligible students in the use of appropriate communication technologies (e.ghearing aids, FM systems, augmentative communication devices, etc.) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse educational impact of communication disorders in accordance with established guidelines and legal requirements.- Instructs assigned support staff for the purpose of providing information on communicative disorders, use of assistive devices and feeding techniques and/or implementing prescribed treatment plans.- Interprets medical reports within the scope of Speech/Language Pathologist's experience and goals for the purpose of providing information and/or ensuring that treatment/intervention plans are appropriate.- Maintains files and/or records (e.gprogress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance.- Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars (e.gprogress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information.- Prepares a wide variety of written materials (e.gactivity logs, correspondence, memos, treatment plans, Medicaid billings, reports, required documentation, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference, and/or conveying information.- Provides speech and language therapy to students for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of speech and language disorders on student success.- Researches resources and methods (e.gintervention and treatment techniques, assessment tools and methods, community resources, etc.) for the purpose of determining the appropriate approach for addressing students' needs.- Responds to inquiries (e.gparents, teachers, other school staff, students, etc.) for the purpose of providing information and/or referral as appropriate.- Transports supplies and equipment to a variety of sites for the purpose of ensuring the availability of items as needed.- Performs other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the work unit.Qualifications: - Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology or related field- SLP Credential from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment- Certificate of Clinical Competence form the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association(CFY considered)- Evidence of successful experience in the evaluation and treatment of young children with communication needs.- Must possess a valid driver's license and reliable vehicle Communication / Organization: Maintains communication with school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.Performs other related work as requiredReasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, walk, stand and talk or hearThe employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds The employee must occasionally push items of 50 pounds such as pushing on a bike or wheelchair, or moving/rearranging furniture While performing the duties of the job the employee occasionally may visit a child's home Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and depth perceptionWork Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functionsThe noise level in the work environment is usually loud and is a standard acceptable level for this environmentIs directly responsible for students' safety, work output and well-beingOther Skills and Abilities: Ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional program; ability to plan and implement lessons based on division and school objectives and the needs and abilities of students Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, peers, parents and community; ability to speak clear and concisely in written or oral communication.Terms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Director of Special Education Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education policy Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433841 Speech Language Pathologist - Infant Toddler at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433840 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Speech Language Pathologist - Infant Toddler Location: TBD Job Goal: The Speech Language Pathologist in the Wyandotte County Infant-­Toddler Services program serves eligible infants and toddlers and their families in home and community-­based settingsThe PT engages in evaluation, program planning, caregiver coaching, and team collaboration in order to work toward family-­identified outcomes for each child, taking particular team leadership in communication developmentEssential Functions: Conduct intake and screening visits (to determine eligibility for services) at the family's home, child care or other natural setting Work as a transdisciplinary team member to collaboratively serve eligible infants and toddlers Participate in team evaluations to determine the eligibility of referred children Participate in team assessment to determine the functional developmental strengths/challenges of eligible children Work together with families and other team members to develop appropriate Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs) based upon family-­identified priorities Deliver ongoing home and community based intervention based upon the IFSP utilizing a coaching model of caregiver support Provide and seek coaching and consultation to team members in the service of all children in the program Complete appropriate documentation for accountability, billing, and communication with other providers Provide Family Service Coordination including management of the intervention process as well as referral to and collaboration with other community resources for assigned families Ability to communicate clearly and effectively through written and spoken language Ability to work collaboratively with team members of other disciplines (e.gPT, ECSE, OT, SW, Nurse, Interpreter) Maintains files and/or records (e.gprogress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance. Ability to work in partnership with parents/family members Ability to apply new skills/information to existing practices Ability to manage time efficiently to encompass activities in and out of the office Ability to prioritize to meet deadlines Ability to work in a variety of home and community settings including the ability to ascend/descend stairs Ability to work comfortably in a variety of positions including seated on the floor Ability to carry or pull materials/equipment up to 20 lbsa distance of up to 100 yds.Qualifications: Professional SLP Credential from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-­Language-­Hearing Association (CFY considered) Evidence of successful experience in the evaluation and education of young children with disabilities or developmental delaysEducation Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology or related fieldPhysical/Environmental / Other Valid driver's license and reliable vehicle Communication / Organization: Maintains communication with staff, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of studentsUtilizes technology effectively in the performance of dutiesMaintains confidentiality regarding student recordsPerforms other related work as requiredReasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization existsAbility to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general curriculum and learning theories, correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general public.Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, walk, stand and talk or hearThe employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds The employee must occasionally push items of 50 pounds such as pushing on a bike or wheelchair, or moving/rearranging furniture While performing the duties of the job the employee occasionally may visit a child's home Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and depth perceptionWork Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functionsThe noise level in the work environment is usually loud and is a standard acceptable level for this environmentIs directly responsible for students' safety, work output and well-­beingPotential exposure to biological hazards and other conditionsMay face hazards on the road traveling to and from home visitsOther Skills and Abilities: Ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional program; ability to plan and implement lessons based on division and school objectives and the needs and abilities of students Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, peers, parents and community; ability to speak clear and concisely in written or oral communicationTerms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Program Coordinator, WCITS Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education policy Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433840 Substitute School Nurse, RN at Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, KS http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433839 Kansas City Kansas Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s): Substitute School Nurse, RN Location: TBD Job Goal: To provide direct nursing services to students and staff members, and to maximize health and wellness in the school communityAll duties are performed in accordance with district/state board of education policies and procedures and state law regarding the Nurse Practice ActPosition will be considered for varied schedules, as needed, for Substitute School Nurse, RN positions Essential Functions: - Must possess sufficient strength, endurance, and skill to provide direct professional nursing services, first aid, illness, and emergency care to students and staff guided by the nursing process and in accordance with professional standards, school policy and procedures, and state and local mandates.- Must be able to perform CPR and use an AED (if available)- Administers medication with appropriate documentation.- Able to perform nursing procedures within their scope of practice.- Participates in maintaining accurate medical records to assure compliance with state mandates including immunizations, physical examinations, and medical conditions, and the related archival responsibilities.- Performs mandated screening procedures for vision and hearing.- Provides follow-up evaluations on students as required.- Makes appropriate assessment and referrals for suspected abuse/neglect as a mandated reporter.- Monitors compliance of school health program with federal, state and local laws, regulations and policies.- Manages health room efficiently.- Prepares health reports for supervisor and health department.- Collaborates with other agencies in designing and providing services to our students.- Collaborates with teachers regarding health education and the state curriculum (K-12).- Serves as a resource person on health issues.- Provides staff development on health-related topics for school staff.- Participates in the development of the school emergency health and crises plan.- Where applicable, delegating, monitoring and evaluating aides/assistants/staff members in assigned nursing procedures.- Identification of students with special health care needs.- Development of emergency action plans for students at risk of medical crises at school or during a school function.- Monitoring of individual health care plans (IHP) for students who need invasive procedures performed during the school day.- Provide health related consultation as a member of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) team.- Ability to work an 8 hour duty day in the location or locations assigned by the supervisor.- Physical and emotional ability to perform required work and move about as needed in the fast-paced, highly intensive school environment.Qualifications: - Current Registered Nurse licensure in Kansas- Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation program completion- Maintain CPR status according to American Heart Association Guidelines.- Experience in school nursing preferred- Computer literacy and competency in use of existing technology preferred- AA degree, BS degree preferredCommunication: - Maintains communication with teachers, other school personnel, and parents/guardians to enhance cooperative action which will meet the educational needs of students.- Provides health services, information, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.- Completes accident/incident reports for students/staff.- Compiles data for statistical purposes.- Maintains confidentiality regarding educational records. Organization: - Maintains a daily log of school/staff visits and documentation.- Maintains the daily environment of the health office facility and supplies.- Utilizes existing technology effectively in the performance of duties.- Performs other related work as required.Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule formLanguage Skills: Ability to read and analyze and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, general school nurse correspondence, and protocols Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of administrators, staff, parents, students, and the general publicPhysical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functionsWhile performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, walk, stand and talk or hearThe employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds The employee must occasionally push items of 50 pounds such as pushing on a bike ore wheelchair, or moving/rearranging furniture While performing the duties of the job the employee occasionally may visit a child's home Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and depth perceptionWork Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this jobReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functionsThe noise level in the work environment is usually loud and is a standard acceptable level for this environmentIs directly responsible for students' safety, work output and well-being Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional program; ability to plan and implement lessons based on division and school objectives and the needs and abilities of students Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, peers, parents and community; ability to speak clear and concisely in written or oral communicationTerms of Employment: 186 days Salary: Based on KCKPS Salary Schedule FLSA Status: EXEMPT Reports To: Principal Evaluation: Performance will be evaluated in accordance with Board of Education policy Primary Location: TBD (to be determined) Salary Range: Per Year Shift Type: Full-Time http://jobsearch.educationamerica.net/index.phtml?a=v&j=2433839 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!