• NC RESA Job Board


    For all open positions, please complete the appropriate application (link on the left side of this screen) and return a hard copy to the Superintendent's office with your resume and cover letter. Applications cannot be submitted electronically. Please scroll down for a list of NC RESA Job Openings.

     

    Newaygo County RESA does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, disability, or any other protected characteristics in its education programs, activities, admissions, or employment policies, as required in Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments, Executive Order 11246, as amended, Section 799A and 845 of the Public Health Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Equal Pay Act.


    Please contact the Human Resources Department for questions or more information!


     

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    Substitute Teaching in Newaygo County


    The public school districts in Newaygo County utilize the services of EDUStaff/Frontline to employ and assign substitute teachers, and in some districts, substitute teacher aides/paraprofessionals. If you are interested in being a substitute teacher/paraprofessional in Newaygo County, please visit www.edustaff.org, click on "Start Application" and follow the on-line application process.

    Representatives from EDUStaff will be at the Educational Service Center for substitutes to drop off their forms and complete the application process.  These are two-hour meetings to finalize the application process and complete some training requirements.  All meetings will take place from 2-4 p.m. at the Educational Service Center, 4747 W. 48th Street, Fremont, in the Guardsman Classroom (room #144).

     

    The schedule for the 2019-20 school year will be:

     

     

    Tuesday, March 24, 2020

    Tuesday, March 31, 2020

    Tuesday, April 14, 2020

     

     

    Please contact the Human Resources Department for questions or more information!


    Local District Employment Listings


    The following links will take you to the job listings of our local districts.


    Please contact the administration office of the local school district for more information.

     


     

HR Department Contact Information

  • Newaygo County Regional Educational Service Agency

    4747 W 48th Street

    Fremont MI 49412

    231.924.8853

     


     

     

Open Positions

  • AgriScience Program Instructor

    Posted: 3/17/2020 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: August, 2020 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 3/24/2020
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $41,390 - $78,591    
    Reports To: Bernard Brown, Newaygo County Career-Tech Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services  
    Terms: School year with benefits as per the NCEA Master Agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • Valid and current Michigan Teaching Certificate.
    • Vocational endorsement in specific job area.
    • Able to lift, carry, and move equipment/supplies weighing up to 100 pounds (dependent upon position)
    • Physically capable of performing all assigned duties.
    • Must be able to pass required criminal history check.
    Essential Functions:
     Essential duties shall include, but not be limited to: 
    • MEET INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

       

      • Determine student needs and interests.
      • Determine for a unit, group and individual learning experiences based on individual differences of students.
      • Enrich instruction to challenge the abilities of the more capable students.
      • Reinforce learning.
      • Provide remedial work for slow learners.
      • Assemble individual student files documenting personal characteristics, attitudes and grades.
      • Demonstrate a regard for and an interest in students as individuals.
      • Develop constructive working relationships among students.
      • Demonstrate personal concern for the student and his/her family.
      • Conduct home visits with an administrator when recognized as being in the student’s best interest.
      • Recognize potential problems of students.
      • Conduct a conference with a student.
      • Confer with the student and his/her parents, when deemed necessary, regarding educational development.
      • Present information to students on occupational opportunities.
      • Present information to students on advanced training and educational opportunities available to them.
      • Assist students in determining ways to best describe their salable skills.
      • Write letters of recommendation for students.
      • Assist graduating students in preparing for interviews with potential employers.
      • Assist students in securing and completing applications for jobs, scholarships, educational loans or college admission.

       

      CONTRIBUTE TO THE TOTAL SCHOOL EFFORT

       

      • Write general goals for the career and technical education program offering.
      • Specify the long-range facility, equipment and supply needs for the career and technical education programs.
      • Analyze provided follow-up information on the placement, employment, and training status of each program graduate.
      • Maintain contact with employers of program graduates to assess effectiveness of instruction.
      • Assess the relevancy of the career and technical education offering.
      • Assist in supplying the data for required administrative records.
      • Provide approved safety apparel and devices for career and technical students assigned to hazardous equipment.
      • Maintain a record of safety instruction presented in compliance with safety laws and regulations.
      • Identify the role and function of the selected advisory committee members.
      • Establish the criteria for selection of the advisory committee members.
      • Obtain administrative approval of the selected advisory committee members.
      • Orient the advisory committee members to their role and function.
      • Serve as the liaison between the advisory committee and the school administration.
      • Serve as FFA co-advisor as part of our CTSO experience.

       

      MANAGE EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND SUPPLIES

       

      • Select tools and/r equipment for a lesson.
      • Assemble consumable supplies for instructional purposes.
      • Compile a list of supplies needed for the academic year.
      • Identify and requisition new tools and/or equipment needed for the academic year.
      • Establish and maintain a system for repairing and servicing tools and equipment in the laboratory.
      • Maintain an inventory of tools, supplies, and equipment.
      • Arrange for the storage and security of supplies and equipment.
      • Implement student check-out procedures for tools, supplies, and equipment used in the laboratory.
      • Prepare purchase requests for approved equipment and supplies.
      • Devise a system for determining and billing of consumable supplies and services rendered for students and the public consistent with school policy.
      • Take lead role in management of plant science focused facilities including greenhouses and orchard.

       

      DEVELOP CURRICULUM

       

      • Identify the competencies needed for entry into an occupation.
      • Identify and describe the occupational standards of performance for each task in an occupation.
      • Develop career and technical education offerings by clustering and sequencing related tasks.
      • Identify the skill, knowledge, and attitudes required for the performance of each task included in a career and technical offering.
      • Write and sequence student performance objectives for the career and technical education offering.
      • Consult the advisory committee in developing a long-range program plan for career and technical education program.
      • Sequence student performance objectives for and offering in the career and technical education program.
      • Select student performance objectives for a unit.
      • Write a content outline for the career and technical education program.
      • Develop and prepare instructional material.
      • Take lead role in developing and preparing plant science material.
      • Collaborate with co-instructor to manage program and develop instructional material.

       

      IMPLEMENT CURRICULUM AND EVALUATE PROCEDURES

       

      • Correlate unit content with on-the-job and/or laboratory experiences.
      • Select methods of evaluating student performance throughout a unit.
      • Select methods of evaluating students attainment of specific student performance objectives.
      • Obtain textbook, reference, and other instructional materials.
      • Conduct field trips.
      • Direct students in gathering information from sources in the community.
      • Direct students in instructing other students.
      • Direct student laboratory experience.
      • Guide student progress through the use of operation and/or job sheets.
      • Establish criteria for student performance.
      • Formulate a system of grading consistent with school policy.
      • Appraise student products according to occupational performance standards.
      • Appraise students’ performance in relation to student performance standards.
      • Record student attendance according to school policy.
      • Record student grade according to school policy.
      • Devise self-evaluation techniques for use by students.
      • Arrange for students to evaluate their own progress.
      • Engage in cooperative evaluation of achievement with students.
      • Determine students’ grades based on related instruction and laboratory or on-the-job experience.
      • Review student progress and/or achievement records to assess effectiveness of instruction.

       

      IMPLEMENT A SYSTEM OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND DISCIPLINE

       

      • Uphold school standards of expected student behavior.
      • Formulate and uphold acceptable standards of behavior in classrooms and laboratories.
      • Carry out approved disciplinary action when warranted.
      • Encourage students to exercise self-discipline.
      • Control aggressive behavior.
      • Schedule laboratory equipment for maximum utilization by students.
      • Direct students in a system for cleaning and maintaining the laboratory.
      • Arrange laboratory work areas and storage space to facilitate student work performance.
      • Arrange layout of the career-tech laboratory to simulate the occupational environment.

       

      OTHER

       

      • Provide feedback to the Principal/Director on supplies and equipment to promote the most cost-effective and efficient program possible.
    Apply To:

    Send cover letter, resume and completed teacher application to:

    Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark, Superintendent
    Newaygo County RESA
    4747 W. 48th Street
    Fremont, MI  49412

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Fundraiser

    Date: 2/11/2020 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 2/24/2020
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: commesurate with experience    
    Reports To: Melissa Miller, Student Advancement Consultant  
    Terms: part-time position    
    Qualifications:
    • Shall have a minimum of an Associate Degree or higher, Bachelor’s degree preferred.
    • Preferred minimum experience of 2-5 years in fundraising or outreach activities.
    • Shall possess an understanding of the benefits associated with the achievement of post-secondary credentials.
    • Must have strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
    • Must have leadership ability and cultural sensitivity to maintain relationships adapt communication to service diverse stakeholders.
    • Must be passionate, creative, detailed-oriented, and possess the ability to assume responsibility and take initiative; shall be self-sufficient and require minimal supervision and be able to manage multiple projects.
    • Strong planning and organizational skills are required along with the ability to manage data collection and analysis.
    • Must have a friendly, enthusiastic, and positive attitude.
    • Must be a team-oriented professional who collaborates effectively in a team; shall exhibit the ability to provide customer service and to work and relate with students, staff, employers and the community.
    • Shall be able to use technology, including Microsoft Office and social media, to enhance these fund development strategies.
    • Must possess a growth mindset.
    • Shall be physically capable of performing the necessary job duties.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
     Essential Functions:
    Essential Duties
     
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties. 
     
    Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:
    • Implement the fund development plan to secure revenues to sustain Promise scholarships and college access network activities.
    • Support the cultivation of new and existing relationships with collaborative partners and donors.
    • Prepare accurate reports and maintain databases related to the goals of the fundraising plan.
    • Assist in organizing special events and campaigns that will lead to donations, including donor/volunteer appreciation events and other fundraising initiatives/campaigns.
    • Support the development of marketing materials including but not limited to brochures, newsletters, and promotional materials to be used for the promotion of events and other fundraising pushes.
    • Write and submit press releases as needed.
    • Serve as a liaison at community and state-wide events as needed (e.g. trainings, workshops, conferences, etc.).
    • Develop and maintain a calendar of outreach activities, including community events, workshops, appearances and other communication opportunities.
    Apply To:

    Send cover letter, resume and completed support staff application to:

    Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark, Superintendent
    Newaygo County RESA
    4747 W. 48th Street
    Fremont, MI  49412

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
       
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  • Instructional Facilitator (2 positions open for 2020-2021 school year:  1 early childhood/1 career-tech)

    Date Posted: 2/18/2020 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: August, 2020 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 2/25/2020
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $40,000 - $60,000    
    Reports To: CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services and Director of Early Childhood/Elementary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year position with benefits per Board approved benefit schedule    
    Qualifications:
    • Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction or Educational Leadership
    • Training and/or experience in at least one of the following coaching models (facilitative, instructional, collaborative, cognitive, consultative, and/or transformational)
    • 5 years successful teaching experience in a related area
    • Preferred prior experience leading, coaching and/or other roles as a teacher leader that demonstrates an ability to build relationships with adult learners
    • Preferred prior experience in developing/facilitating professional learning and developing procedures to sustain the learning through professional learning communities, classroom learning labs, and/or other forms of collaboration towards continuous improvement
    • Preferred prior experience observing and giving specific feedback on instruction through classroom learning labs, instructional rounds, and/or other collaborative observational models to support system improvement
    • Preferred experience with evidenced-based models for systems supports, such as: School-Wide Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports (SWPBIS), Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), Trauma Informed Instruction/Schools, Evidenced/Competency-Based Reporting/Grading, Literacy Essentials, and/or Project Based Learning
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    Essential Functions:

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

     

    Essential duties shall include but not be limited to:

     

    • Facilitate intellectual and professional learning to improve educator effectiveness,
    • Create positive relationships with teachers and administrators,
    • Communicate and demonstrate researched-based instructional practices that result in increased student performance,
    • Communicate effectively with all members of the school district and community,
    • Embrace change productively and support others through the change process,
    • Support the value of an education and learning,
    • Facilitate coaching cycle and professional learning,
    • Assist with a continuous improvement process through analyzing and synthesizing data to inform decisions,
    • Act as a resource, if needed, to employees, students, and the general public visiting the NC RESA,
    • Possess knowledge of NC RESA’s organization, mission, and philosophy, and
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services and Director of Early Childhood/ Elementary Learning Services

     

    Outcomes

     

    • To increase student achievement results, as defined by the Director,
    • To provide and support job-embedded professional learning for teachers and administrators in building instructional leadership capacity around positively impacting student growth (whole child philosophy),
    • To provide professional learning for small groups through a classroom learning lab model to increase collaboration, and
    • To increase personal knowledge through an intentional professional learning plan to meet the needs of the individuals being supported.
    Apply To:

    Send cover letter, resume and completed support staff application to:

    Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark, Superintendent
    Newaygo County RESA
    4747 W. 48th Street
    Fremont, MI  49412

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Substitute Teacher Aide Positions (Special Education Program)

    Date Posted: 5/24/2018 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: always accepting applications
    Starting Date:   Closing Date for Internal Candidates: n/a
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $10.00/hour    
    Reports To: Supervisor of Center-Based Programs  
    Terms: On call substitute    
    Qualifications: Candidates must have a high school diploma.
    Essential Functions: Assist teacher in daily teaching duties.
    Apply To: Go to www.edustaff.org and follow the prompts to apply online. 
      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.

     


     

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  • Regular and Substitute Bus Driver Positions

    (For all Newaygo County Public Schools)

    Date Posted:   Closing Date for Outside Candidates: always accepting applications
    Starting Date:   Closing Date for Internal Candidates: n/a
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Varies by District    
    Reports To: Transportation Directors    
    Terms: On call Substitute    
    Qualifications: Contact Transportation Directors for details  
    Essential Functions: Transport students to/from school safely and efficiently.  
    Apply To: Fremont:  Chris Howell 231.924.4390
      Grant: Donna Roberts 231.834.5964
      Hesperia: Dan Bailey 231.854.9301
      Newaygo: Chris Cronk 231.652.1112
      White Cloud: Lisa Mathews 231.689.3392

     


     

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  • Special Education Teacher (Autism Program)

    Date Posted: 10/17/2019 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: until filled
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $41,390 - $78,591/year    
    Reports To: Supervisor of Center-Based Programs  
    Terms: school year/full time with full benefits    
    Qualifications:
    • Valid Michigan teaching certificate.
    • Teaching certificate endorsement(s) for the area of special education assigned.
    • ASD endorsement and experience working with students with autism
    Essential Functions:
     

    Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:

     

    • Assess students’ educational needs.
    • Participate in the development of an annual individualized educational plan for each child.
    • Develop a comprehensive curriculum plan of performance objectives for each student.
    • Review and revise each curriculum plan with student’s parents; participate in IEPT meetings pertaining to students in the classrooms and other students as assigned by the program supervisor.
    • Provide daily instructional activities consistent with the annual individualized educational plan.
    • Keep apprised of new materials and methods of instruction, and provide needed resources and materials for instruction.
    • Provide a classroom environment that effectively supports the instructional program and activities and that supports the needs of each student.
    • Initiate and maintain regular contact with parents regarding program activities, incidents, student progress, and available resources.
    • Complete required reports, forms and records.
    • Participate in inservice and staff meetings.
    • Plan, manage and direct the activities of the classroom assistant assigned to program.
    • Supervise and assist in the evaluation process of the classroom assistant.
    • Extended contract obligations as per NCEA Master Agreement.
    • Complete timely submission of claims to Medicaid for eligible students on caseload.
    • CPI certification annually
    • Write and implement positive behavior support plans
    • Coordinate community based instruction partnerships
    Apply To:

    Send cover letter, resume and completed application to:

    Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark, Superintendent
    Newaygo County RESA
    4747 W. 48th Street
    Fremont, MI  49412

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.

     

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  • Substitute Teacher Aide Positions (Preschool Program)

    Date Posted:   5/24/2018 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: always accepting applications
    Starting Date:     Closing Date for Internal Candidates: n/a
          (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range:   $10.00/hour    
    Reports To:   Program Administrator
    Terms:   Hourly employee/on-call substitute (no regular schedule)  
    Qualifications: * Associates Degree in Child Development or Preschool CDA preferred
      * High School Diploma    
      * Experience working with preschool children  
    Essential Functions: * Assist the preschool teacher in the absence of the regular classroom teacher aide.
    Apply To:   Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark    
        Superintendent    
        4747 W 48th Street    
        Fremont, MI 49412    

     


     

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  • Substitute Teacher Positions

    Date Posted: 5/24/2018 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: always accepting applications
    Staring Date:   Closing Date for Internal Candidates: n/a
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $90/day    
    Reports To: Individual Building Principals  
    Terms: On call substitute    
    Qualifications: Candidates must have at least 60 semester hours of satisfactory credit (grade ‘C’ or better) combined from one or more regionally accredited two- or four-year colleges or universities.
    Essential Functions: Follow teacher lesson plans to educate students in the teacher's absence.
    Apply To: Go to www.edustaff.org and follow the prompts to apply online. If you are a retired public school employee from the State of Michigan, please contact the Human Resources Department; do not apply to EDUStaff.
      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.

     


     

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