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SUBSTITUTES Openings

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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Substitute Teacher Aides - ONGOING RECRUITMENT

 

Substitute positions; hours/day, dependent upon student’s IEP and/or location; classroom or one-on-one aide

A teacher aide must be physically able and willing to meet the needs of all the students within the classroom, which may consist of the following:

  • Heavy lifting (50 lbs or more), feeding, assisting with toileting, diapering, physical restraints, escorting and behavior management plans, getting up and down from the floor, walking with the student(s), getting into the swimming pool with the student(s)

  • TCI is required for all Teacher Aides positions

  • Helps teacher monitor class

  • Aid disabled children from bus to classroom and return

  • Assists individual students with work on a one-to-one basis or in small groups, following teacher’s instructions

  • Helps students during lunch periods, gym, music, etc

  • Helps physically disabled student(s) to carry out prescribed physical exercises

  • Helps disabled student(s) with daily living skills/hygiene

  • Follow medical protocol (seizures)

  • Carry out all other teacher designed and supervised activities

$11.80/HOUR
COURIER - SUBSTITUTEMSC19-0002

ONGOING RECRUITMENT FOR SUBSTITUTE COURIER DRIVERS

LOCATION:                          Greater Southern Tier BOCES Region Central School District 

DESCRIPTION:                    12 month calendar

 

  • Drive van
  • Deliver mail, supplies and materials to schools in the Greater Southern Tier BOCES region,
  • Load and unload van;
  • Act as BOCES ambassador;
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

$11.80/HOUR
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS - ALL AREASUNS19-0001

LOCATION:  Various locations within the GST BOCES region

Classroom Substitute Teachers; hours per day will vary by location; school calendar

Students may have behavioral management needs and/or physical handicapping.   The Substitute Teacher must be physically able and willing to meet the academic, emotional and physical needs of all students within the classroom, which may consist of the following:

  • Able to work as a team with other educational peers.
  • Has demonstrated the ability to develop differentiated instruction to meet the needs of individual students which utilizes multiple teaching strategies, methodologies, and best teaching practices.
  • Able to establish consistent, individualized behavior modification plans and effective classroom management that addresses behaviors in a proactive and instructive manner.
  • Demonstrated the ability to work with various disabilities in a single environment.
  • Has demonstrated the ability to provide project based learning and/or inquiry based learning and demonstrated a desire to maintain fidelity to the practice.  
  • Responsible for complying with state and federal regulations
  • Responsible for aligning unit plans/lessons with the NYS standards
  • Promote positive and cooperative working relationships
  • Administer standardized tests to assess the strength and skills of the student
  • Draft appropriate annual goals and short term objectives to present at the annual CSE meeting
  • Evaluate and re-evaluate short term objectives on a regular basis throughout the school year
  • Keep anecdotal records on student behaviors or events which may be needed for local CSE decision-making
  • Adapts and provides educational materials and activities to meet individual needs of students
  • Collaborates with all related service and support personnel to provide an integrated program that addresses students’ individual academic, behavioral and emotional development
  • Keep abreast of changes and developments in the field by attending professional meetings, reading professional journals and other publications
  • Consult regularly with parents, teachers, home school counselors and all others involved with the education of the student
  • Plan and coordinate classroom aide(s) time and evaluate performance(s)
  • Follows the schedule and building procedures of the building of assignment
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned

A substitute teacher must be physically able and willing to meet the needs of all the students within the classroom, which may consist of the following:

  • Heavy lifting (50 lbs or more), feeding, assisting with toileting, diapering, physical restraints, escorting and behavior management plans, getting up and down from the floor, walking with the student(s), getting into the swimming pool with the student(s)
  • Helps teacher monitor class
  • Aids physically disabled children from bus to classroom and return
  • Assists individual students with work on a one-to-one basis or in small groups, following teacher’s instructions
  • Helps students during lunch periods, gym, music, etc.
  • Helps physically disabled student(s) to carry out prescribed physical exercises
  • Helps disabled student(s) with daily living skills/hygiene
  • Follow medical protocol (seizures)
  • Carry out all other teacher designed and supervised activities
CLEANER - SUBSTITUTEUNS19-0002

ONGOING RECRUITMENT FOR SUBSTITUTE CLEANERS

LOCATION:                          Greater Southern Tier BOCES Region

Substitute cleaners are needed for all GST BOCES campuses to work on an on-call, as needed basis.  The shift is generally 3 p.m. - 11 p.m. with some flexibility.

DESCRIPTION:                    12 month calendar

The following work activities are listed as examples only and in no event shall an employee be limited to only those examples listed here:

  • Dust, vacuum, sweep
  • Wash windows, walls, woodwork, water closets, tubs and bowls
  • Gather and dispose of refuse
  • Uses heavy mechanical equipment to strip, polish and was floors
  • May open and secure buildings
  • May varnish, shellac and polish furniture and brass
  • May tend the furnace
  • May be required to perform minor maintenance tasks such as unskilled painting or carpentry
  • May be required to replace lights, hang window shades and Venetian blinds
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned

 

 

$11.10/HOUR
PRINTING CLERK - SUBSTITUTEUNS19-0003

ONGOING RECRUITMENT FOR SUBSTITUTE PRINTING CLERKS

LOCATION:     Greater Southern Tier BOCES Print Shop

Substitute printing clerks are needed at the GST BOCES Print Shop to work on an on-call, as needed basis.  

The following work activities are listed as examples only and in no event shall an employee be limited to only those examples listed here:

  • Operates multiple photo copiers per job order specifications;
  • Operates desktop publishing equipment such as computers and other electronic devices;
  • Corrects proofs and checks copy for mistakes;
  • Maintains equipment with routine type maintenance;
  • Requests servicing of equipment from supervisor when it is in need of repair;
  • Operates all bindery equipment, folders, cutters, joggers, collator, padder, coil and comb binding machine;
  • Punch, fold, staple, collate and/or any other bindery operation necessary to complete product;
  • Accurately records time, materials and any other factors in completing jobs, which may affect quality, price or time of finished product;
  • May order copier supplies i.e. toner, staples;
  • Assists in other areas of finishing as needed;
  • Provides information to supervisor for final costing;
  • May support bulk mail operations;
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned.

 

 

$11.10/HOUR

Notice of Nondiscrimination

The Greater Southern Tier BOCES does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, ethnic group, disability, sex, religion, religious practice, marital status, sexual orientation, or age, or under the Boy Scouts Act, in its programs, activities, admission of students, or employment. Inquiries concerning the application of regulations prohibiting discrimination may be referred to BOCES' Civil Rights Compliance Officer, Doug Johnson (djohnson@gstboces.org), 459 Philo Road, Elmira, NY 14903, (607) 739-3581 ext. 2273 or U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005-2500, Telephone: 646-428-3800, FAX: 646-428-3843; TDD: 800-877-8339, Email: OCR.NewYork@ed.gov.