Open Positions

  • Administrative Assistant - NCATS

    Date Posted: 5/24/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: July, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 5/28/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Director of Technology Services & Security  
    Terms: full year position with benefits    
    Qualifications:
    • Associates degree or relevant clerical experience equal to college level.
    • Work experience in one or more of the following areas: secretarial, bookkeeping, clerical, computers, word processing or supervision.
    • Proficient at learning and using a variety of software programs.
    • Possess strong organizational skills, time management skills, and public relations/communication skills.
    • Capable of handling detailed work assignments.
    • Proven ability to work independently and be self-motivated; ability to work cooperatively with other office personnel.
    • Shall attend workshops/seminars periodically to upgrade skills and enhance professional growth.
    • Able to operate a variety of business office machines deemed essential for effectiveness.
    • Able to work under pressure and multi-task with time-sensitive constraints.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Positive leadership skills.
    • Must successfully complete skills assessment test.
    • Must complete and pass criminal history check.
    Essential Functions:
    • Scheduling and project management assistance to the Director of Technology Services & Security.
    • Assist in budget development and grant research.
    • Update NCATS social media feeds and monitor as appropriate.
    • Analyze data for quality improvement purposes and how it is being received. Reorganize data, if necessary, so that when it is needed, it can easily be used.
    • Maintain relevant databases and/or Internet presence as required.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Director of Technology Services & Security.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst

    Date Posted: 5/6/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: August, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 5/14/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Director of Intervention & Prevention Services  
    Terms: school year position with benefits per Administrative Regulation 5710    
    Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree, or better, in education or in a related field.
    • Graduate level certification in behavior analysis preferred.
    • At least three years of successful teaching or clinical experience.
    • Experience working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional Impairments, and other disabilities.
    • Thorough understanding and knowledge of behavioral interventions implemented through a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
    • Experience in data analysis and writing/implementing behavior treatment plans.
    • Experience developing Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) required.
    • Experience or training in behavioral management and support.
    • Extensive knowledge of current trends, supports and interventions recommended to support students affected by trauma, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional Impairments and other disabilities that impact behavior.
    • Extensive knowledge of positive behavior support and prevention strategies.
    • Possession of solid organizational and planning skills.
    • Ability to work as a member of a team.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Able to demonstrate confidentiality in all matters. Positive leadership skills.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
    •  

    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 are not limited to:

     

    • Supervise thework of Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts® (BCaBAs®), Registered Behavior Technicians® (RBTs®), and other professionals who implement behavior-analytic interventions.
    • Oversight of Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Technicians/Assistants professional learning and implementation as it relates to intervention work in classrooms.
    • Review and appraise the effects of interventions that impact the goals of the behavior-change plan, and their possible impact on the behavior-change plan.
    • Ensure accountability and meet legal and organizational requirements by creating and maintaining detailed documents that is consistent with best practice and facilitates provision of services.
    • Create data management systems with accompanying visual analysis displays to track and display student targets/progress, graphically displaying data using behavior-analytic conventions, in a manner that allows for decision and recommendations for behavior-change plan development.
    • Participate in the MTSS-Child Study/Student Intervention process as a tier 3 intervention to support educational teams to be more successful with student behavioral outcomes.
    • Observe students, collect data, document and analyze results.
    • Conduct and use current assessments prior to making recommendations or developing behavior-change programs including a functional behavioral assessment or other types of assessments as determined by student’s needs, environmental parameters, and other contextual variables. Develop and implement written behavioral support plans and participate in/facilitate follow-up child study/student intervention meetings.
    • Effectively collaborate and maintain positive relationships with teachers, classroom staff, family members and other stakeholders.
    • Instruct staff in the utilization of positive behavior supports.
    • Coach and model specific interventions and related procedures for staff (paraprofessionals, teachers, administrators and other service providers).
    • In partnership with the ASD and PBIS consultants, develop and lead professional development for both general education and special education staff that includes behavior analytic interventions and procedures.
    • Collaborate with other agency staff.
    • Establish and maintain agency contacts.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Director of Intervention & Prevention Services.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Child Development Associate/Assistant Child Development Associate (possibly multiple positions available)

    Posted: 2/23/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: n/a
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Nicole Skrabis, Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year position, Monday-Thursday, approximately 7 hours/day    
    Qualifications:
    • Associates Degree in Early Childhood or Child Development; or valid classroom CDA credential; or existing 120 hour approval
    • Experience working with preschool children
    Essential Functions:
    • Maintain a working knowledge of child development and its integration with the NC RESA preschool curriculum and philosophy, including early childhood best practices.
    • Assist with the implementation of lesson plans, design of classroom environment, data collection and record keeping associated with highest quality developmental/educational programming for the preschool aged children in his/her center-based classroom.
    • Assist with ongoing observation and review of all children enrolled in the program.
    • Assist with classroom needs and arranging materials for daily activities and routines.
    • Actively participate in all classroom activities, including ongoing positive engagement with children.
    • Attend required staff meetings, trainings, and other scheduled program activities relevant to the child development needs of enrolled children.
    • Provide input into planning for continuous program improvement.
    • Complete all required reports and records on time, and submit them on time and in a professional manner (i.e. electronic and/or paper time sheets).
    Apply To:

     

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

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

     

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  • Classroom Paraprofessional - Graphic Communications Program (for 2021-22 school year)

    Date Posted: 6/14/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: August, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 6/21/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year position with benefits per the MESPA master agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • High school graduate, preferably with some additional educational skills and training.
    • Self‑sufficient and require a minimum of supervision or assistance to aid in the care and education of students.
    • Two years of work experience directly related to the program area (within the last five years).
    • Physically capable of performing duties specific to the program area.
    • Knowledge of the tools, equipment, tasks and safety procedures used in the assigned job area.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Positive leadership skills.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
    Essential Functions:
    • Assist during the lesson by helping students who may be having difficulty in understanding or in keeping up with the class.
    • Assist by working with individual or small groups of students on follow‑up activities.
    • Assist by carrying out activities for an individual student or small group of students, under the supervision and direction of the classroom instructor.
    • Prepare classroom materials, assist in the preparation of daily lesson plans, operate audiovisual equipment, make instructional charts, and other tasks assigned by the classroom instructor.
    • Help with maintaining room inventory, recording attendance, typing, duplicating materials, filing materials, maintaining student records, creating documents, correcting student papers and other student assignments, and running errands for the classroom instructor.
    • Assist with behavior and/or discipline of students.
    • Attend building, staff and parent meetings, participate in parent conferences, perform housekeeping tasks, and comply with requests to call parents.
    • Be responsible to aid the classroom instructor or supervise in the instruction and evaluation of students.
    • Be responsible to aid in the direct organization and supervision of all classroom activities.
    • Be responsible to help in the repair of all equipment and materials in the classroom.
    • Provide feedback to the Classroom Instructor on supplies and equipment to promote the most cost effective and efficient program operation possible.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Classroom Instructor.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Classroom Paraprofessional - Welding Program (for 2021-22 school year)

    Date Posted: 6/14/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: August, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 6/21/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year position with benefits per the MESPA master agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • High school graduate, preferably with some additional educational skills and training.
    • Self‑sufficient and require a minimum of supervision or assistance to aid in the care and education of students.
    • Two years of work experience directly related to the program area (within the last five years).
    • Physically capable of performing duties specific to the program area.
    • Knowledge of the tools, equipment, tasks and safety procedures used in the assigned job area.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Positive leadership skills.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
    Essential Functions:
    • Assist during the lesson by helping students who may be having difficulty in understanding or in keeping up with the class.
    • Assist by working with individual or small groups of students on follow‑up activities.
    • Assist by carrying out activities for an individual student or small group of students, under the supervision and direction of the classroom instructor.
    • Prepare classroom materials, assist in the preparation of daily lesson plans, operate audiovisual equipment, make instructional charts, and other tasks assigned by the classroom instructor.
    • Help with maintaining room inventory, recording attendance, typing, duplicating materials, filing materials, maintaining student records, creating documents, correcting student papers and other student assignments, and running errands for the classroom instructor.
    • Assist with behavior and/or discipline of students.
    • Attend building, staff and parent meetings, participate in parent conferences, perform housekeeping tasks, and comply with requests to call parents.
    • Be responsible to aid the classroom instructor or supervise in the instruction and evaluation of students.
    • Be responsible to aid in the direct organization and supervision of all classroom activities.
    • Be responsible to help in the repair of all equipment and materials in the classroom.
    • Provide feedback to the Classroom Instructor on supplies and equipment to promote the most cost effective and efficient program operation possible.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Classroom Instructor.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Cosmetology Instructor (for 2021-22 school year)

    Date Posted: 5/28/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: August, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 6/4/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year/full time with benefits per the NCEA Master Agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree
    • Valid and current Michigan Teaching Certificate or eligible to teach Classification of Instruction Program with an Annual Career Authorization
    • CTE endorsement in specific job area.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Positive leadership skills.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
    • State of Michigan Cosmetology License (required)
    • Recent and relevant practicing industry experience in cosmetology (preferred)
    • Experience in leading a team (preferred)
    • Must be able to submit cosmetology hours to the State of Michigan
    • Proven success rate with students earning Cosmetology License (preferred)
    • Experience with curriculum development and instructional deliver (preferred)
    • Experience in managing a salon (preferred)
    •  

    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 are not limited to:

    MEET INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

    • Determine student needs and interests.
    • Determine, for a unit, group or individuals, 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 conferences with a students.
    • Confer with students and parents/guardians, 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, or college applications.

    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 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 advisory committee members.
    • Obtain administrative approval of 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.

    MANAGE EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND SUPPLIES

    • Select tools and/or equipment for a lesson.
    • Assemble consumable supplies for instructional purposes.
    • Identify and requisition new supplies, 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.
    • Devise a system for determining and billing of consumable supplies and services rendered for students and the public consistent with school policy.

    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 an 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.

    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.
    • Participate in inservice and staff meetings.
    • Predictable/reliable attendance.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Engineering Technology Instructor (for 2021-22 school year)

    Date Posted: 5/28/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: August, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 6/4/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year/full time with benefits per the NCEA Master Agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree
    • Valid and current Michigan Teaching Certificate or eligible to teach Classification of Instruction Program with an Annual Career Authorization
    • CTE endorsement in specific job area.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Positive leadership skills.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
    • Knowledge of CAD systems, preferred experience with SolidWorks.
    • Knowledge of electrical circuit boards, preferred experience with robotics.
    • Preferred experience with team design and ability to teach engineering workflow process.
    •  

    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 are not limited to:

    MEET INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

    • Determine student needs and interests.
    • Determine, for a unit, group or individuals, 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 conferences with a students.
    • Confer with students and parents/guardians, 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, or college applications.

    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 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 advisory committee members.
    • Obtain administrative approval of 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.

    MANAGE EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND SUPPLIES

    • Select tools and/or equipment for a lesson.
    • Assemble consumable supplies for instructional purposes.
    • Identify and requisition new supplies, 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.
    • Devise a system for determining and billing of consumable supplies and services rendered for students and the public consistent with school policy.

    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 an 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.

    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.

    PROGRAM SPECIFIC

    • Oversee the Robotics Program
    • Oversee the Early College CAD Program

    OTHER

    • Provide feedback to the Principal/Director on supplies and equipment to promote the most cost-effective and efficient program possible.
    • Participate in inservice and staff meetings.
    • Predictable/reliable attendance.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the CTC Principal/Director of Secondary Learning Services.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Helpdesk Technician (part-time/full year)

    Posted: 4/21/2021 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: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Joel Phillips, Director of Technology and Security Services  
    Terms: full year/part time     
    Qualifications:
    • Self-sufficient and require a minimum of supervision or assistance and be self-directed and self-motivated.
    • Commitment to a customer service orientation.
    • Abilities in the areas of communication, problem solving, critical thinking, organizational skills, and learning new tasks.
    • Computer networking experience, including installation, setup and troubleshooting of computer systems at the PC level.
    • Familiarity with all current operating systems and Internet browsers.
    • Proficiency with personal computers and common software applications.
    • Experience and knowledge with uses of the Internet.
    • Positive leadership ability.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Ability to work cooperatively with a team.
    Essential Functions:
    • Process payments and assist in scheduling.
    • Manage assigned technology (may include voice, video, data).
    • Update personal technological knowledge and skills.
    • Assist customers by troubleshooting technical problems using remote access tools or by phone.
    • Provide general information and assistance to clients on a variety hardware and software.
    • Work with IT Manager to monitor network performance.
    • Maintain documentation for computer operations and procedures.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.
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  • Housekeeper/Groundskeeper (2 part-time positions with possibility of 2 full-time position)

    Date: 3/25/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 4/1/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Ryan Ergang, Director of Maintenance  
    Terms: Wages/benefits per MESPA master agreement.    
    Qualifications:
    • Shall have at least a high school education and/or work experience and training acceptable to the Board of Education.
    • Shall demonstrate consistent promptness and dependability.
    • Shall be physically capable of performing all assigned duties.
    • Shall be able to follow safety and appearance guidelines.
    • Shall be able to pass a physical examination.
    • Shall possess a valid driver’s license.
    • Shall be willing to accept varied job assignments and participate in training to operate equipment.
    • Shall be able to lift 50 lbs.
     Essential Functions:
     
    • Perform work assigned by Physical Plant Management, designee and/or the building administrator. Work assignments include general cleaning, floor stripping and finishing, refilling and inspecting all soap and paper dispensers in the assigned areas, dusting filing cabinets, counter tops, locker tops and ledges.
    • Perform other work such as cleaning walls, windows and glass display cases, polishing metal surfaces, dust mopping or vacuuming rooms and hallways assigned, spot washing walls, performing carpet cleaning and maintaining classroom and office cleanliness.
    • Assist with snow and litter removal around building entrances when necessary.
    • Maintain all housekeeping/groundskeeping equipment and custodial/housekeeping closets in a clean and orderly fashion.
    • Deliver inter-district mail to local districts on a weekly basis (if assigned).
    • Assist in sanding, painting and refinishing, minor repairs and changing light bulbs in agency buildings.
    • Assist in summer cleaning tasks.
    • Perform semi-skilled work in the maintenance and care of Agency grounds and landscapes which include the operation of electrically or gasoline powered equipment and machines. The use of small hand and power tools or equipment in planting, cultivating and trimming of grounds and landscape may be required.
    • Complete work requests for interior and exterior building upkeep via the SchoolDude online work order system.
    • Assist groups using meeting rooms as needed, including room set ups and refreshments.
    • Assure all safety devices (ex: fire extinguishers and alarms) are operable; advising Physical Plant Management of any and all deficiencies.
    • Provide feedback to Physical Plant Management on supplies and equipment to provide the most cost-effective and efficient operation possible.
    • Responsible for securing buildings at the end of shift.
    • Predictable/reliable attendance.
    Apply To:

    Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

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

    Date Posted: 1/15/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/2021
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 1/22/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Hourly Wage: pleaes contact the Human Resources Specialist for information    
    Reports To: Director of Maintenance  
    Terms: full year/full-time with benefits per the MESPA Master Agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • Shall have at least a high school education and/or work experience and training acceptable to the Board of Education along with two years of maintenance-related experience in the crafts and skills of the maintenance position.
    • Shall be able to pass a physical examination.
    • Shall be able to pass a written skills test as well as a hands on assessment prescribed for the position.
    • Shall be able to climb ladders, stoop, crouch, twist, kneel, and crawl in the performance of these duties.
    • Shall be able to lift, carry, and move equipment weighing up to 100 pounds.
    • Shall be physically capable of performing all assigned duties.
    • Shall possess a valid driver’s license and have a good driving record. CDL preferred.
    • Shall be willing to accept varied job assignments and participate in training to operate equipment.
    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 functions.

    Essential duties shall include, but not be limited to:

    • Perform work assigned by Physical Plant Management, designee, and in an emergency, by a building administrator. Preventative maintenance duties which include:  plumbing, HVAC, and electrical repairs.  Must be familiar with and be able to repair and maintain door and building hardware, office partitions, classroom and office furniture, do carpentry work, welding, and painting using related equipment.
    • Operate, repair and maintain snow removal and lawn mowing equipment. Be able to obtain an OSHA required operator’s license for a forklift to unload and move supplies and equipment.  CDL preferred.
    • Move furniture and/or equipment within buildings as required for various activities as directed or required by room reservation requests.
    • Assume responsibility for opening and/or closing of assigned buildings, securing all doors and windows, turning off all lights except security lights, setting security system if equipped, and securing all outbuildings and agency-owned vehicles.
    • Complete work requests for building repairs and maintenance.
    • Must be able to work independently with little or no supervision.
    • Assure all safety devices (ex: fire extinguishers and alarms) are operable; advising Physical Plant Management of any and all deficiencies.
    • Be observant of all safety rules and regulations; advising Physical Plant Management of any deficiencies.
    • Provide feedback to Physical Plant Management on supplies and equipment to promote the most cost effective and efficient maintenance operation possible.
    • Perform any additional duties required by Physical Plant Management, or designee.
    • 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.
    • Follow the guidelines of the Maintenance and Custodial Handbook.
    Apply To:

    Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

      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: Van Leone 231.854.9301
      Newaygo: Brandon Schultz 231.652.1112
      White Cloud: Lisa Mathews 231.689.3392

     


     

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  • Special Education Teacher (Moderate Support Program)

    Date Posted: 3/2/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 7/30/2021
    Starting Date: August, 2021 Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 3/9/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Supervisor of Center-Based Programs  
    Terms: school year position with benefits per NCEA Master Agreement    
    Qualifications:
    • Valid Michigan teaching certificate.
    • Teaching certificate endorsement(s) for the area of special education assigned.
    • Able to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
    • Positive leadership skills.
    • Must complete and pass required criminal history check.
    • CPR certification required.
    • CDL license may be required if transporting students to community-based instruction sites is assigned on a regular basis.
    •  

    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 are not limited to:

     

    • Implement data-based virtual or in-person instructional activities for addressing academic, social/emotional, and transition goals consistent with the student’s individualized education plan.
    • Complete annual individual educational plan for students in a timely, thorough and accurate manner.
    • Complete special education progress reports in a timely manner that reflects valid student data.
    • Complete timely submission of claims to Medicaid for eligible students on caseload.
    • Teach students based on curricular objectives focused on academic, social and post-secondary transition.
    • Instruct students throughout the school day by incorporating small, large, and individual groupings.
    • Keep apprised of new materials and methods of instruction and recommend needed resources and materials for instruction.
    • Provide a safe and positive classroom environment that effectively supports instructional and social emotional learning activities that addresses the needs of each student.
    • Support the collection of data for functional behavior assessments and implement student behavior plans with fidelity to support behavior needs.
    • Experience, or knowledge, with students on the autism spectrum and willingness to learn new strategies through statewide autism professional development opportunities.
    • Plan community-based outings in an organized and timely manner.
    • Create work-based placements for students on the NC RESA campus.
    • Create work-based opportunities within the greater Newaygo County community based on student ability.
    • Initiate and maintain regular contact with parents regarding program activities, incidents, student progress, and available resources.
    • Complete required reports, forms, and records in a timely, thorough and accurate manner.
    • Participate in staff meetings and organizational in-service learning.
    • Provide a positive working environment which includes, clear communication, expectations and activities for the special education aides assigned to the program.
    • Assist in the evaluation process of the special education aides assigned to the program.
    • Predictable/reliable attendance.
    • Act as a resource, if needed, to employees, students and the public visiting the NC RESA.
    • Possess knowledge of NC RESA’s organization, mission, and philosophy.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Supervisor of Center-Based Program.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

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

    Date: 1/1/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: when available Closing Date for Internal Candidates: n/a
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Ryan Ergang, Director of Maintenance Services  
    Terms: full year/part-time position up to five hours/day (no benefits)    
    Qualifications:
    • Shall have at least a high school education.
    • Shall demonstrate consistent promptness and dependability.
    • Shall be physically capable of performing all assigned duties.
    • Shall be able to follow safety and appearance guidelines.
    • Shall be able to pass a physical examination.
    • Shall have transportation to/from work.
    • Shall be willing to accept varied job assignments and participate in training to operate equipment.
    • Shall be able to lift 50 lbs.
     Essential Functions:
    • Assist housekeepers in light duty work including general cleaning, refilling and inspecting all soap and paper dispensers, dusting filing cabinets, counter tops, locker tops and ledges, cleaning walls, windows and glass display cases, polishing metal surfaces, dust mopping or vacuuming rooms and hallways assigned, spot washing walls, performing carpet cleaning and maintaining classroom and office cleanliness.
    • Assist housekeepers with snow and litter removal around building entrances when necessary.
    • Assist in the maintenance of housekeeping equipment and keeping custodial/housekeeping closets in a clean and orderly fashion.
    • Assist in sanding, painting and refinishing.
    • Assist in summer cleaning tasks, including but not limited to scrubbing, stripping and finishing of floors.
    • Complete work requests for building upkeep via the SchoolDude online work order system.
    • Assist groups using meeting rooms as needed, including room set ups and refreshments.
    • Provide feedback to the Physical Plant Management on supplies and equipment to provide the most cost-effective and efficient operation possible.
    • Responsible for securing buildings at the end of shift.
    • 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.
    • Perform any additional duties required by Physical Plant Management and/or the building administrator.
    Apply To:

    Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

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

    Date Posted: 9/1/2020 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:

    Substitute Teachers $90/day

    Substitute Paraprofessionals $11.52/hour

    Substitute Aides $11.25/hour

       
    Reports To: Individual Building Administrators  
    Terms: On call substitute    
    Qualifications:

    Substitute Teachers: 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.

    Substitute Paraprofessionals and Aides: Candidates must have a high school diploma. 

    Essential Functions:

    Substitute Teachers: Follow teacher lesson plans to educate students in the teacher's absence.

    Substitute Paraprofessionals/Aides: Assist teacher in daily activities.

    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 are applying to be a substitute aide in the preschool program, please call the Human Resources Department prior to completing the EDUStaff application!

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

     


     

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  • Systems Technician

    Date Posted: 3/2/2021 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: 6/30/21
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 3/12/2021
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: Please contact the HR Department for wage information 231.924.8853.    
    Reports To: Joel Phillips, Director of Technology and Security Services  
    Terms: full year/full-time with benefits per benefit schedule    
    Qualifications:
    • High school graduate; Associate Degree with additional computer skills and training preferred.
    • Technical training gained through formal training programs covering hardware and software systems (MCSE, A+ certification).
    • Self-sufficient and require a minimum of supervision or assistance and be self-directed and self-motivated.
    • 2+ years of work experience using computer applications.
    • 2+ years of computer networking experience, including installation, setup and troubleshooting of computer systems at the PC level.
    • Physically capable of performing duties specific to the job area.
    • Knowledge of tools, equipment, tasks and safety procedures used in the assigned job area.
    • Commitment to a customer service orientation.
    • Abilities in the areas of communication, problem solving, critical thinking, organizational skills, and learning new tasks.
    • Familiarity with all current operating systems, Microsoft Office, and Internet browsers.
    • Familiarity with TCP/IP protocol, switches and routers.
    • Familiarity with VOIP.
    • Familiarity with mobile devices and operating systems.
    • Familiarity with low voltage wiring.
    • Experience and knowledge with uses of the Internet.
    • Positive leadership ability.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Ability to work cooperatively with a team.
    •  

    Essential Functions:

    Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:

     

    • Assist the Director of Technology Services & Security to establish and maintain network security.
    • Collect and disseminate information on technology and training opportunities for staff.
    • Continually research emerging technology and software.
    • Assist in grant writing and work with administration to establish alternative funding for technology.
    • Manage assigned technology (may include voice, video, data).
    • Provide liaison with other agencies, organizations, and vendors as requested.
    • Attend meetings with the public, board of education, and other groups concerned with technology as deemed necessary by the Director of Technology Services & Security.
    • Update personal technological knowledge and skills.
    • Provide general problem solving services to clients on a variety of LAN cross platform hardware, communication issues and computer applications (including Internet) in a Help Desk capacity.
    • Work with IT Manager to monitor mainframe and network performance.
    • Maintain documentation for computer operations and procedures.
    • 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.
    • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Director of Technology Services & Security.
    Apply To:

    Internal candidates - Please contact Human Resources for information on how to apply for this position.

    Outside candidates - Please click on the following link to apply:

    https://staff.ncresa.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.w

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