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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
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.

 

$13.20/HOUR
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE MANAGER (COORDINATOR OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES)16 MSC22

LOCATION:  Bush Education Center

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 8 hours per day, 12 months per year

  • Thorough knowledge of accounts payable processes, procedures, terminology and policies;
  • Ability to correspond with District Administration, Staff and personnel, to answer accounts payable / vendor questions and routine requests for information;
  • Ensure high level of customer service to our internal and external customers;
  • Ability to exercise good judgement and integrity, demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness;
  • Instruct departmental employees in the specialized procedures of accounts payable;
  • Assigns and directs the workload of Staff in the Central Business Office Accounts Payable & Front Office Departments;
  • Perform other duties or projects as assigned.

 

 

TEACHER - SPECIAL EDUCATION (MULTIPLE POSITIONS)44 SPE 22

                                                                                                                 

TEACHER, SPECIAL EDUCATION – MULTIPLE POSITIONS

  • 8:1:1 ID/ED HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOM
  • CONSULTANT TEACHER (WITHIN CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMING)

DESCRIPTION:   Full-time positions (1.0 FTE), 10 months per year, school calendar positions

Full-time positions (1.0 FTE), 10 months per year, school calendar positions

Students have a variety of management needs.   The 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:

  • TCI is required for all Special Education Teacher positions (training provided upon hire)
  • May require 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)
  • 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 teaching assistant’s time and evaluate performance(s)
  • Follows the schedule and building procedures of the building of assignment
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned

 


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT - SPECIAL EDUCATION47 SPE 22

 

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 10 months per year, school calendar position

Students have behavioral management needs and/or physical disabilities.  The teaching assistant 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: 

  • Heavy lifting (50 pounds or more), feeding, assisting with toileting, diapering, physical   restraints, escorting, behavior management plans, getting up and down from the floor, walking with the students and getting into the swimming pool with the students;
  • Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) is required for all Special Education teaching assistant positions;
  • Exemplifies the GST BOCES’ values of service; leadership; collaboration; and integrity;
  • Assists with the instruction of students;
  • Possesses the stills and demonstrate the ability to instruct the unit plans/lesson plans provided by the teacher in the classroom;
  • Demonstrates the knowledge of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans (writing and implementing);
  • Possesses the overall ability to make good decisions ;
  • Has the ability to take the role of the teacher in his/her absence;
  • Demonstrates the ability to be a team player and promote positive and cooperative working relationships;
  • Possesses knowledge of State and Federal Special Education regulations;
  • Possesses good problem-solving and communication skills;
  • Able to provide instruction following the New York State Common Core Learning Standards;
  • Keeps and records anecdotal records and data on student behavior and academics;
  • Collaborates with all staff involved in the education of the students;
  • Possesses the ability to provide a safe, positive and caring learning environment for all students;
  • Demonstrates knowledge of NYS graduation and CDOS requirements;
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned.

 


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT - ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION57 SPE 22

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.0 hours per day, 10 months per year, school calendar

Students have behavioral management and academic needs.  The teaching assistant 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:   

  • Exemplifies the GST BOCES’ values of service; leadership; collaboration; and integrity 
  • Assists with the instruction of students 
  • Possesses the stills and demonstrate the ability to instruct the unit plans/lesson plans provided by the teacher in the classroom 
  • Demonstrates the knowledge of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans (writing and implementing) 
  • Possesses the overall ability to make good decisions   
  • Has the ability to take the role of the teacher in his/her absence 
  • Demonstrates the ability to be a team player and promote positive and cooperative working relationships 
  • Possesses knowledge of State and Federal Special Education regulations   
  • Possesses good problem-solving and communication skills  
  • Able to provide instruction following the New York State Common Core Learning Standards 
  • Keeps and records anecdotal records and data on student behavior and academics 
  • Collaborates with all staff involved in the education of the students. 
  • Possesses the ability to provide a safe, positive and caring learning environment for all students  
  • Demonstrates knowledge of NYS graduation and CDOS requirements.    
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned 

 

TEACHING ASSISTANT - SPECIAL EDUCATION59 SPE 22

 

LOCATION:  PHOENIX ACADEMY, BUSH EDUCATION CENTER, BUILDING 1

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 10 months per year, school calendar position

Students have behavioral management needs and/or physical disabilities.  The teaching assistant 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: 

  • Exemplifies the GST BOCES’ values of service, leadership, collaboration, and integrity
  • Assists with the instruction of students
  • Heavy lifting (50 pounds or more), physical interventions, escorting, behavior management plans, getting up and down from the floor; walking with the students and getting into the swimming pool with the students
  • Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) is required for all Special Education teaching assistant positions.
  • Possesses the skills and demonstrates the ability to instruct the unit plans/lesson plans provided by the teacher in the classroom
  • Demonstrates the knowledge of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans (writing and implementing)
  • Possesses the overall ability to make good decisions 
  • Has the ability to take the role of the teacher in his/her absence
  • Demonstrates the ability to be a team player and promote positive and cooperative working relationships
  • Possesses knowledge of State and Federal Special Education regulations 
  • Possesses good problem-solving and communication skills
  • Able to provide instruction following the New York State Common Core Learning Standards
  • Keeps and records anecdotal records and data on student behavior and academics
  • Collaborates with all staff involved in the education of the students.
  • Possesses the ability to provide a safe, positive and caring learning environment for all students
  • Demonstrates knowledge of NYS graduation and CDOS requirements.   
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned

 


 

NETWORK TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST TRAINEE47 CSC22

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 8 hours per day, 12 months per year; Competitive Civil Service Position

This is a trainee position responsible for learning the operations and aspects of a computer-networked environment while participating in a 52-week intensive, on-the-job training program.  The trainee will learn and become progressively responsible for all phases of development, installation, operation, maintenance and administration of hardware and software in a telecommunications/networked environment.  Work is performed under the direct supervision of the department supervisor and does related work as required.

The following work activities are listed as examples only and in no event shall an employee be limited to only those examples listed here.  The trainee assists the Network Technology Specialist while learning the following work activities:

  • Designs, installs, maintains and supports local area network (LAN)/wide area Network (WAN) and regional telecommunication systems, telephone systems and/or regional electronic mail systems;
  • Implements, maintains and troubleshoots telephone systems and LANS;
  • Provides hardware and software maintenance, training and technical support for varied programs;
  • Provides PC desktop troubleshooting and customer support;
  • May act as project manager for computer network implementation in specific school district(s);
  • Supports end users in all areas of computer operations, communications, software and hardware;
  • Acts as liaison between customer, programmers and LAN staff;
  • Provides recommendation and creates requisitions on behalf of customer to purchase hardware and software;
  • Works with systems personnel establishing user (customer) and operations communications procedures;
  • Assists with the training of users in the operation of computers and software application use;
  • Maintains records necessary for determining maintenance and operating efficiency of telecommunication systems;
  • Provides maintenance in a timely manner in response to user requests;
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

SENIOR ACCOUNT CLERK - PAYROLL DEPARTMENT34 MSC22

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.5 hours per day, 12 months per year

  • Responsible for all facets of preparing and delivering bi-weekly payrolls in a NYS school district setting including formulating and communicating payroll schedules to district employees; accumulating and data entering of employee timesheets, calculating regular and overtime rates of pay and all executing deductions including garnishees and tax shelter annuities.
  • Responsibility may include preparation of payroll reporting requirements of the school district including, but not limited to: Social Security; Federal and NYS taxes; NYS Teacher’s Retirement System; NYS Employee’s Retirement System; Civil Service; Disability and Workman’s Compensation as well as all calendar year and fiscal year end reports.
  • Maintain employee attendance records in accordance with various employee contracts.
  • Establish and maintain payroll files.
  • Conduct and maintain regular communications with all levels of school district personnel.
  • Conducts routine correspondence on matters where policies and procedures are well defined
  • May compile payroll data, prepare and check payrolls
  • Operates personal computer, copier, computing, calculator and other office machines
  • Provides audit support as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned
COMPUTER APPLICATION SPECIALIST TRAINEE35 CSC22

FOUR POSITIONS

Full-time positions (1.0 FTE), 7.5 hours per day, 12 months per year

This is a trainee position responsible for learning the operations and aspects of a Computer Applications Specialist while participating in a 52-week intensive, on the job training program.  The incumbent will learn and become progressively responsible for all phases of the Computer Applications Specialist position.

The incumbent will learn and assist with the following activities:

  • Provide first line troubleshooting and technical support (telephone and on site) for computer software and basic hardware issues for end users;
  • Create, revise, maintain and ensure accuracy of reports and queries as school districts request data analysis from software;
  • Maintain current knowledge on state-wide reports and regulations;
  • Communicate with and assist school district administrators, principals, counselors and clerical staff as necessary;
  • Export and import data from various applications for shared use with other software programs on a regular basis;
  • Consult and troubleshoot with programmers, vendors and/or LAN staff on problems, changes or enhancement requests to software;
  • Develop and implement procedures for managing projects and report requests;
  • Test new software releases for vendor before general release;
  • Install software, updates and patches on end user machines;
  • Work independently to maintain servers and software applications;
  • Demonstrate specialized software applications to school administrators, teachers, counselors, and school district support staff;
  • Coordinate implementation of upgrades and conversions to new software;
  • Develop and implement procedures to maintain the integrity of data from year to year which includes informing district administrators of responsibilities and testing results upon completion;
  • Research, analyze, evaluate and consult with school district administrators and technology directors on available software for current and future needs;
  • Provide direction to less experienced staff on specifications and procedures for applications support, report writing, state reporting and query development;
  • Consult with district to schedule and conduct training on specialized computer software applications for school administrators, teachers, counselors, and school district support staff;
  • Attend bi-weekly technology meetings to discuss software changes, problems, state-mandated data collection issues and other information sharing;
  • Evaluate, order and maintain inventory supplies;
  • Attend instructional meetings and training classes to enhance current knowledge of software programs and apply this knowledge to aid the end user;
  • Create, revise, maintain and provide training manuals and documentation of specialized software applications;
  • Maintain and submit statistical and financial records to district personnel (superintendents, administrators, and clerical staff), New York State and the federal government. Information is also maintained for Computer Services budgeting purposes;
  • Interpret state and federal rules, regulations and mandates for reports such as SA129, NCLB, VADIR, Special Education, Health Mandates (Dental, BMI), etc.;
  • Schedule meetings and consult with school district administrators to establish deadlines based on state and district requirements.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
MULTI-MEDIA REPAIR TECHNICIAN36 CSC22

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.5 hours per day, 12 months per year

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

  • Disassembles, inspects, repairs, adjusts, calibrates, cleans, and assembles audio-visual and electronic equipment, microcomputers, printers and related equipment;
  • Repairs electronic circuits and corrects mechanical difficulties on audio-visual and electronic equipment;
  • Maintains parts inventories and prepares requisitions for purchase of replacement parts and supplies;
  • Maintains computerized job logs including repair services performed, time required and cost records;
  • Uses diagnostics and system tests to determine causes for malfunction in audio-visual and electronic equipment, microcomputers and printers;
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST - 5 POSITIONS01 CSC 23

FIVE full-time (1.0 FTE) positions; 8.0 hours per day, 12 months per year

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

  • Provide first line troubleshooting and technical support (telephone and on site) for computer software and basic hardware issues for end users;
  • Create, revise, maintain and ensure accuracy of reports and queries as school districts request data analysis from software;
  • Maintain current knowledge on statewide reports and regulations;
  • Communicate with and assist school district administrators, principals, counselors and clerical staff as necessary;
  • Export and import data from various applications for shared use with other software programs on a regular basis;
  • Consult and troubleshoot with programmers, vendors and/or LAN staff on problems, changes or enhancement requests to software;
  • Develop and implement procedures for managing projects and report requests;
  • Test new software releases for vendor before general release;
  • Install software, updates and patches on end user machines;
  • Work independently to maintain servers and software applications;
  • Demonstrate specialized software applications to school administrators, teachers, counselors, and school district support staff;
  • Coordinate implementation of upgrades and conversions to new software;
  • Develop and implement procedures to maintain the integrity of data from year to year which includes informing district administrators of responsibilities and testing results upon completion;
  • Research, analyze, evaluate and consult with school district administrators and technology directors on available software for current and future needs;
  • Provide direction to less experienced staff on specifications and procedures for applications support, report writing, state reporting and query development;
  • Consult with district to schedule and conduct training on specialized computer software applications for school administrators, teachers, counselors, and school district support staff;
  • Attend bi-weekly technology meetings to discuss software changes, problems, state-mandated data collection issues and other information sharing;
  • Evaluate, order and maintain inventory supplies;
  • Attend instructional meetings and training classes to enhance current knowledge of software programs and apply this knowledge to aide the end user;
  • Create, revise, maintain and provide training manuals and documentation of specialized software applications;
  • Maintain and submit statistical and financial records to district personnel (superintendents, administrators, and clerical staff), New York State and the Federal Government.    Information is also maintained for Computer Services budgeting purposes;
  • Interpret State and Federal rules, regulations and mandates for reports such as SA129, NCLB, VADIR, Special Education, Health Mandates (Dental, BMI), etc;
  • Schedule meetings and consult with school district administrators to establish deadlines based on state and district requirements;
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

 

LABOR RELATIONS SPECIALIST02 MSC 23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 8 hours per day, 12 months per year

  • Negotiate union contracts for school districts management;
  • Litigate grievances, arbitrations and administrative hearings, e.g., PERB;
  • Advise school districts on employment labor issues;
  • Conduct investigations into employee discipline and union labor issues;
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 

NETWORK TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST - SIX POSITIONS07 CSC23

SIX (6) Full-time positions (1.0 FTE), 8 hours per day, 12 months per year; Competitive Civil Service Position

  • Provides PC desktop troubleshooting and support of networked computers
  • Configures, installs and supports computer workstations, and peripheral equipment, including Interactive Boards and network printers
  • Trouble-shoots technology-related problems at the end-user level and provide desktop support of networked computers
  • Provides maintenance in a timely manner in response to user requests
  • Documents computer maintenance, and installs, through a help ticketing and inventory systems
  • Provides customer support on networked applications
  • Acts as liaison between customer, programmers and LAN Support staff.
  • Provides recommendation and creates requisitions on behalf of customer to purchase hardware and software
  • Performs other duties as assigned

 

ACCOUNT CLERK - CENTRAL BUSINESS OFFICE05 MSC 23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.5 hours per day, 12 months per year

  • Handle and post various cash receipts;
  • Meet the public and answer routine requests for information;
  • Perform routine filing, clerical and account keeping tasks;
  • Operate a personal computer, copier, calculator and other office machines;
  • Review and process all departmental requests for purchase orders and order supplies;
  • Data input;
  • Sort mail;
  • Perform other duties or projects as may be assigned from time to time.

 

MICROCOMPUTER REPAIR TECHNICIAN - BUSH EDUCATION CENTER08 CSC23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.5 hours per day, 12 months per year; Competitive Civil Service Position

  • Uses diagnostics and systems tests to determine causes for malfunction in microcomputer systems and peripherals;
  • Disassembles, repairs and assembles microcomputer systems, printers and peripherals;
  • Ability to comprehend service manuals and utilize schematics, sequence charts and technical illustrations for electrical, mechanical, digital and microprocessor circuits;
  • Maintains a stock of commonly needed repair items and indicates to supervisor when special parts are needed;
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively verbally and in writing; ability to deal with people in a positive, helpful and instructional manner;
  • Ability to act independently; responsiveness and timeliness to customers;
  • Maintains computerized job log including repair services performed, time required and cost records.
  • Obtain vendor repair certifications as required and keep those certifications current.
  • Ability to lift up to fifty pounds, physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

TEACHING ASSISTANT - CONSERVATION45 CTE23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.0 hours per day, 10 months per year, school calendar

  • Assist with instructing secondary students in the area of Conservation
  • Assist with monitoring student progress
  • Assist with maintaining discipline in the classroom and work sites
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned by the Teacher and the Principal
TEACHER - PHYSICAL EDUCATION49 SPE23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7 hours per day, 10 months per year, school calendar

  • Provide physical education instruction to special education students  and alternative education students on Bush Campus  as well as off-site locations as needed
  • Flexible and creative execution of lessons in structure, setting, grading, and content
  • Some students have behavioral management needs and/or special needs
  • Administer assessments to gauge the strengths and skills of the students
  • Consult regularly with parents, teachers, home school counselors and all others involved with the education of the student
  • Assist secondary students in developing appropriate learning attitudes
  • Keep abreast of changes and developments in the field by attending professional meetings, reading professional journals, and other publications
  • Maintain discipline during physical education class (both on and off-campus)
  • Collaborate with counterpart PE instructors on the direction of the program
  • Monitor students’ academic progress including, but not limited to, progress/marking period grades, attendance, hands-on performance skills
  • Implement IEPs (Individualized Education Plans) for students with diverse learning needs
  • Uphold the BOCES’ Values: Service, Collaboration, Leadership, and Integrity
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned
TEACHER - CRIMINAL JUSTICE - LONG TERM SUBSTITUTE52 CTE23

Full-time postion (1.0 FTE) 7 hours per day, 10 months per year, school calendar

  • Provide juniors and seniors with rigorous and engaging classroom instruction, and hands-on skills that will prepare students to be college and career ready for the Criminal Justice field
  • Prepare students for the NOCTI national assessment exam, both written and performance
  • Collaborate with counterpart Crimianl Justice instructors on the direction of the program
  • Monitor students’ academic progress including, but not limited to progress/marking period grades, attendance, and CDOS hours
  • Implement 504 plans and IEPs for students with diverse learning needs
  • Keep current with changes and developments in law enforcement
  • Communicate regularly with parents, teachers, home school counselors and all others involved with the education of the students
  • Maintain discipline in the classroom
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned
COMMUNITY INFORMATION SPECIALIST16 MSC23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 8 hours per day, 12 months per year

  • Provides publicity for BOCES and member districts to community at large.
  • Serves as the media liaison.
  • Travels to schools to cover events (includes taking pictures).
  • Use desktop publishing to create newsletters, calendars, catalogs, brochures, flyers, and other promotional literature, may by required to write copy.
  • Provides crisis communication.
  • Prepares public statements and correspondence for the media and general public.
  • Coordinates media communications.
  • Acts as the District’s spokesperson.
  • Creates and places advertisements for customers.  
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
PROGRAM ASSISTANT09 CTE23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE); 7.5 hours per day; 12 months per year

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

  • Relieves staff professionals of routine administrative duties required for the implementation and coordination of services, programs or departments
  • Organizes and maintains central filing systems and procedures
  • Assists in the supervision and implementation of goals and objectives
  • Confers with supervisors on policy and operation
  • Expedites and prepares reports
  • Maintains records
  • Collects, analyzes and submits to the staff professional statistical and financial data relative to service, program or department needs
  • Authors correspondence required for the daily operation of the service, program or department
  • Performs related work necessary for the efficient execution of administrative functions of the department
  • Experience preferred with SchoolTool
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned

     

 

TEACHING ASSISTANT - SPECIAL EDUCATION - BUSH54 SPE23

Full-time position, 7.0 hours per day, 10 months per year, school calendar position

Students have behavioral management needs and/or physical disabilities.  The teaching assistant 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: 

  • Heavy lifting (50 pounds or more)
  • Feeding and Assisting
  • Assisting with toileting and/or diapering
  • Physical interventions
  • Escorting
  • Behavior management plans
  • Getting up and down from the floor
  • Assists with the instruction of students
  • Getting into the swimming pool with the students

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) is REQUIRED for all Special Education teaching assistant positions.

  • Exemplifies the GST BOCES values of service; leadership; collaboration; and integrity
  • Assists with the instruction of students
  • Possesses the stills and demonstrate the ability to instruct the unit plans/lesson plans provided by the teacher in the classroom
  • Demonstrates the knowledge of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans (writing and implementing)
  • Possesses the overall ability to make good decisions 
  • Has the ability to take the role of the teacher in his/her absence
  • Demonstrates the ability to be a team player and promote positive and cooperative working relationships
  • Possesses knowledge of State and Federal Special Education regulations 
  • Possesses good problem-solving and communication skills
  • Able to provide instruction following the New York State Common Core Learning Standards
  • Keeps and recordsanecdotal records and data on student behavior and academics
  • Collaborates with all staff involved in the education of the students.
  • Possesses the ability to provide a safe, positive and caring learning environment for all students
  • Demonstrates knowledge of NYS graduation and CDOS requirements.   
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER - ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION59 SPE 23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 10 months per year, school calendar

  • Assist in promoting a positive environment within the classrooms and program and in promoting positive and cooperative working relationships
  • Assist school psychologist with the development of a social history of each student by obtaining information from parents and/or guardians and appropriate agencies
  • Evaluate and re-evaluate short term behavioral and academic objectives on a regular basis throughout the school year
  • Provide counseling services to students in BOCES classrooms
  • Develop and maintain communication with the students’ teachers, school psychologist, parents, school guidance counselors, social workers and other appropriate agencies
  • Maintain files on students.  Documentation should include time spent and general content of session and progress
  • Attend CSE meetings or other student support meetings as needed
  • Refer as necessary to Mental Health Services outside of the school environment
  • Develop solution focused outcomes for social, emotional, behavioral and academic issues as they arise
  • Assist with Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques as needed
  • Carry out all other duties as assigned

 


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT - BUSH - PHOENIX ACADEMY67 SPE23

Full-time position, 7.0 hours per day, 10 months per year, school calendar position

Students have behavioral management needs and/or physical disabilities.  The teaching assistant 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: 

  • Heavy lifting (50 pounds or more)
  • Feeding and Assisting
  • Assisting with toileting and/or diapering
  • Physical interventions
  • Escorting
  • Behavior management plans
  • Getting up and down from the floor
  • Assists with the instruction of students
  • Getting into the swimming pool with the students

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) is REQUIRED for all Special Education teaching assistant positions.

  • Exemplifies the GST BOCES values of service; leadership; collaboration; and integrity
  • Assists with the instruction of students
  • Possesses the stills and demonstrate the ability to instruct the unit plans/lesson plans provided by the teacher in the classroom
  • Demonstrates the knowledge of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans (writing and implementing)
  • Possesses the overall ability to make good decisions 
  • Has the ability to take the role of the teacher in his/her absence
  • Demonstrates the ability to be a team player and promote positive and cooperative working relationships
  • Possesses knowledge of State and Federal Special Education regulations 
  • Possesses good problem-solving and communication skills
  • Able to provide instruction following the New York State Common Core Learning Standards
  • Keeps and recordsanecdotal records and data on student behavior and academics
  • Collaborates with all staff involved in the education of the students.
  • Possesses the ability to provide a safe, positive and caring learning environment for all students
  • Demonstrates knowledge of NYS graduation and CDOS requirements.   
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned
SR ACCOUNT CLERK - CENTRAL ADMIN15 MSC23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7.5 hours per day, 12 months per year

  • Classifies a variety of receipts and expenditures and distributes items according to a prescribed procedure
  • Reviews and checks complex account keeping records and reports for arithmetical and clerical accuracy, completeness, and proper extension
  • Conducts routine correspondence on matters where policies and procedures are well-defined
  • Works with vendors and departments in processing purchase orders and payments
  • Verifies and reconciles several account balances according to a prescribed procedure
  • Receives invoices by mail, email, or fax, verifies amount, and pays invoices
  • Voids and re-issues checks as needed
  • Prepares routine reports of information taken from journal or ledger
  • May compile and prepare labor, material and operational cost records and reports
  • Operates personal computer, copier, computing, calculator, and other office machines
  • Compiles data for, and prepared and analyzes complex financial and statistical records and reports
  • Assist with recording of cash receipts
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL NURSE - BUSH EDUCATION CENTER17 SPE23

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 7 hours per day, 10 month - school calendar position

  • Plans for periodic examinations and screening procedures as required by State Law and Board of Education Policy.
  • Assists the School Physician with physical, visual, audio screening examinations of students and employees.
  • Administers first aid and emergency treatment to students and employees.
  • Performs medical procedures prescribed by doctors for students.
  • Appraises the mental and physical health status of pupils through observation and analysis of records on a continuing basis.
  • Assists in feeding and care of students with disabilities.
  • Prepares, maintains and shares information on Cumulative Health Records with appropriate staff.
  • Administers medication to students per doctor orders.
  • Arranges transportation of sick or injured students or employees to hospital or home.
  • Orders inventory and oversees the storage of first aid and related health supplies and equipment.
  • Assists the administrator in planning and maintaining a safe, healthful school environment, including the establishment and implementation of emergency care procedures.
  • Participates in the development of policies to improve and protect the health of students and school personnel.
  • Prepares records and reports as required.
  • Seeks professional development opportunities to further growth.
  • Carries out all other duties as assigned.

 

CENTRAL BUSINESS OFFICE CONTROLLER21 MSC22

Full-time position (1.0 FTE), 8 hours per day, 12 months per year

The Controller is responsible for directing the work of the Central Business Office, which provides payroll, accounts payable, accounting, purchasing, claims auditing, tax collection, fixed assets, co-op bid, and shared business official services to participating districts.

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

  • Supervises and directs the Central Business Office staff, responsible for all personnel matters related to the Central Business Office Staff
  • Develops, maintains, and administers policies and procedures for all Central Business Office functions
  • Develops and allocates Central Business Office budget among component districts
  • Oversees all financial and budgetary accounting operations, systems and controls, delegating responsibilities as deemed appropriate
  • Advises districts on such matters as:  Federal, State and local grant issues, property tax rates, internal controls, accounting and auditing standards, reporting and other matters as requested
  • Advises districts’ management of their overall financial status and projects year-end fund balance
  • Coordinates and attends monthly financial meetings with all districts as requested
  • Attends Board of Education meetings of the CBO Districts as requested
  • Performs other related duties and attends various meetings as requested by participating districts
  • Other duties as assigned

 

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.