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Friday, May 31, 2013

Elementary, High School Counseling and School Psychology positions in Northwest Ohio


 ADMINISTRATIVE POSTINGS  FOR WEEK OF MAY 20, 2013


Copies of the administrative job descriptions are available in the Human Resource, Room 105, Toledo Public Schools, 420 E. Manhattan Blvd., Toledo, Ohio 43608-1267 and will be forwarded to applicants. All applicants must furnish a resume, which should include any community service(s) performed in conjunction with a letter of application.  The letter should include name/address/phone number of immediate supervisor and written permission to contact the applicant’s supervisor for a recommendation.  Please include three (3) or more professional references.  If you are not an employee of Toledo Public Schools, please include a copy of any pertinent certifications, along with your most recent evaluation. Resumes that are emailed will not be accepted. Application deadline: Monday, June 3, 2013, by 4:00 p.m.  Questions, please call 419.671.8220.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS-REPOST
Class 1, 232 days
Qualifications:  BS in Business Administration and/or Construction/Facilities Management, Engineering, or Architecture or equivalent experience.  Five (5) years leadership experience in construction, custodial services, plant management or comprehensive institutional facilities management.  Five (5) years leadership experience in collective bargaining work environment.  Knowledge of Tridium Niagara Integration Software or other energy monitoring software preferred.  Experience in Team Works Software or other work order tracking software required.
Basic Functions:  Responsible for directing and managing the systematic construction, maintenance, cleanliness, appearance, repair and operation of district school facilities.  Reporting to this position are Maintenance & Operations Department (formerly known as Facilities Operations and Pearson Maintenance Center).  Provides leadership that creates a cooperative work environment in which all employees are involved in, and focused on continuously improving the quality, cost and efficiency of services to internal and external customers.  Uses employee involvement, performance improvement planning, fact-based problem solving and process improvement methodologies to manage and improve department performance.

OTES/OPES EVALUATION COORDINATOR-REPOST
Class 3, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, High School Principal, Assistant Superintendent or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience.
Basic Functions:  Ensures all provisions for the implementation of the district’s teacher and principal evaluation systems.  Oversees the development and application of the student growth measures related to teacher and principal evaluation accountability.  Is a resource to the district’s leadership teams, such as the Race to the Top Transformational Team and District Leadership Team.

PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY, WHITTIER-REPOST
Class 4, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience
Basic Functions:  The Elementary Principal is the educational leader of the school  As such he/she will administer, supervise, promote, and direct the implementation of the educational policies and procedures for his/her assigned building.

PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY, BYRNEDALE
Class 4, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience
Basic Functions:  The Elementary Principal is the educational leader of the school  As such he/she will administer, supervise, promote, and direct the implementation of the educational policies and procedures for his/her assigned building.

PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY, ROSA PARKS
Class 5, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience
Basic Functions:  The Elementary Principal is the educational leader of the school  As such he/she will administer, supervise, promote, and direct the implementation of the educational policies and procedures for his/her assigned building.

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST-REPOST
Class 5, 222 days
Qualifications:  School Psychologist certificate.
Basic Functions:  Delivers comprehensive psycho-educational services to children, staff, and parents.

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY-REPOST
(3 needed)
Class 6, 212 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience.
Basic Functions: Assists the principal in all duties as outlined in the job description. Acts as principal in his/her absence.

GRANT MANAGER/FACILITATOR OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS-REPOST
Class 6, 212 days
Qualifications:  Principal or Administrative certificate.  Administrative experience and knowledge of Federal & State program requirements preferred.  Computer Competency preferred.
Basic Functions: Implement and monitor all Federal Title I rules and regulations, collect student data for evaluating and reporting, assist in the budgeting process, and assume responsibility for all area Federal programs paper work.  In addition, to increase Parental Involvement in the educational process, consistent with federal program guidelines.









COUNSELOR, HIGH SCHOOL
(2 needed)
Class 8, 202 days
Qualifications:  Must possess a current and valid School Counselor certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education.
Basic Functions:  The High School Counselor will coordinate, communicate, collaborate, and advocate for the emotional, psychological, physical, social, career, and educational needs o fthe student.  The counselor participates in the development and is responsible for an assigned portion of the school guidance program, based on Secondary School Guidance Counselor DACUM Chart (7/96).

COUNSELOR, ELEMENTARY-REPOST
(2 needed)
Class 8, 202 days
Qualifications:  Must possess a current and valid school Counselor certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education.  Successful elementary classroom teaching experience (2 years minimum) preferred.
Basic Functions:  The child is the focus.  The elementary counselor will coordinate, communicate, collaborate, and advocate for the emotional, psychological, social, career, and educational needs of the child.

FOREMAN, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS
Class 8, 232 days
Qualifications:  High School Diploma or equivalent.  Experience in custodial services, plant management or skilled trades required.  Experience in supervising staff.  Three (3) years preferred.
Basic Functions:  Plans, organizes, directs, controls and evaluates all activities involved in the physical maintenance and operations of all District facilities.

DEAN OF STUDENTS, HIGH SCHOOL
(3 needed)
Class 8, 197 days
Qualifications:  Masters degree preferred. Pupil Personnel or Counselor certificate preferred.  Proper teaching certification as required by state i.e., elementary certification for elementary dean, secondary certification for high school.
Basic Functions:  Assists in functions related to pupil personnel services.

DISTRICT MANAGER
Class 8, 232 days
Qualifications:  High School Diploma.  Minimum of five (5) years of experience in food service industry in managing a multi-unit operation preferred.  Minimum two (2) years experience in a school setting as a supervisory position in a multi unit operation preferred.  Food Safety, ASAP and HAACP knowledge preferred.  Knowledge of Health Inspection regulations and proper regulation within food service.
Basic Functions:  Supervises and directs the Food Service breakfast and lunch program, Head Start snack program in Toledo Public Schools and other auxiliary Food Service activities.  Visits schools to assure compliance of menus and all food services standards and procedures with Federal, State, and Local regulations.
COORDINATOR, WORK STUDY CROSS CATEGORICAL-REPOST
Class 10, 207 days
Qualifications:  Valid teaching license in DH, Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist or Severe to Intensive Intervention Specialist.  Three (3) years CD teaching experience-one(1) at high school level.
Basic Functions:  Provides an instructional program that will assist each student to help develop and evaluate his/her work skills.  Gives each student an opportunity to apply those work skills in a realistic situations.  Provides supervision and counseling before, during, and after skills center placement.  Provides supervision and counseling during and after job placement.


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