Open Positions

  • Literacy Coach

    Date Posted: 11/20/2020 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: 1/11/2021 (or as soon as possible) Closing Date for Internal Candidates: 12/4/2020
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $40,400 - $60,600    
    Reports To: Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Learning Services  
    Terms: school year position with benefits per Board approved benefit schedule    
    Qualifications:
    • Ability to work well with people and maintain productive/positive interpersonal skills.
    • Master's Degree in literacy or equivalent with five or more years teaching experience at Grades K-3.
    • Demonstrated success with teaching students at-risk in the area of reading.
    • Michigan endorsement with approval or certification in Reading.
    • Knowledge of current K-3 state literacy standards.
    • Instructional skills and knowledge base in early literacy components such as phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.
    • Familiarity and success with utilizing formative, screening, and diagnostic tools with students to determine appropriate reading instruction.
    • Ability to utilize data from diagnostic tools to determine additional extra supports needed in order to read at grade level by the end of 3rd Grade.
    • Reading Specialist certification or the equivalent amount of training focused on research-based practices (preferred).
    • Ability to administer and use the data from the Kindergarten Entry Assessment (preferred).
    • Ability to use observational data and formative assessment processes to guide professional learning and coaching (preferred)
    • Ability to use technology as an instructional and organizational tool (preferred).
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    Essential Functions:
     Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:
    • Work with the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support team.
    • Work with school districts in assessing needs and integrating Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for K-3 literacy including coaching building-level teams in analysis of data.
    • Develop and model high quality literacy lessons and units for K-3 teachers.
    • Coach one-on-one in high needs K-3 classrooms, building and maintaining confidential relationships [This language may change depending upon the coaching model used].
    • Serve as a regional source for development and delivery of professional development related to research-based literacy strategies and interventions for teachers of Grades K-3.
    • Supporting the integration of technology in effective literacy instruction.
    • Participate in school improvement activities focused on improving instructional practices as evidenced by student outcomes in Grades K-3.
    • Participate in required trainings for Michigan ISD K-3 Literacy Coaches.
    • Remain knowledgeable about current research and pedagogical recommendations relevant to the coaching role.
    • Provide training and support with implementation of a comprehensive system of literacy instruction.
    • Assist local districts in identifying strengths and needs in support of an early literacy continuum.
    • Assist as needed for completion of duties, attend meetings outside of normal working hours.
    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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  • GSRP Preschool Teacher (Hesperia program)

    Posted: 10/28/2020 Closing Date for Outside Candidates: until filled
    Starting Date: as soon as possible Closing Date for Internal Candidates: unfil filled
        (Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)  
    Salary Range: $45,066 - $59,360 (depending on degree and experience)    
    Reports To: Nicole Skrabis, Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Learning Services  
    Terms: School year position with benefits including insurance, time off and tuition reimbursement.    
    Required Qualifications:
    • Valid Michigan teaching certificate with an Early Childhood Education (ZA) or Early Childhood-General and Special Education (ZS) endorsement; or
    • Valid Michigan teaching certificate with a valid child development associate credential (CDA); or
    • Bachelor’s degree in child development or early childhood education with specialization in preschool teaching. The transcript will document a major, rather than a minor, in child development.
    Essential Functions:
     Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:
    • Maintain a working knowledge of expected performance standards, especially related to child development and its integration within the NC RESA early childhood curriculum and assessments, and systems utilized within the program.
    • Maintain primary responsibility for the lesson planning, environment, data collection and record keeping associated with highest quality developmental/educational programming for the preschool aged children in his/her center based classroom.
    • Maintain primary responsibility for the effective involvement of teaching team partners within the planning, provision, coordination, data collection and record keeping associated with highest quality early childhood center based programming.
    • Conduct ongoing diagnosis, observation, and review of all children enrolled in the program; including documentation of such in CMS with ongoing anecdotal records for each child.
    • Participate in Enrollment Screens
    • Attend and implement Individualized Education Plan’s as recommended by NC RESA Special Education staff.
    • Meet with Early Childhood Specialists as needed to ensure quality programming for special needs students.
    • Schedule four (4) parent/family activities with educational/literacy focus.
    • State Pre-K teachers Schedule three (3) home visits and one conference in addition to initial conference at screening for the purpose of: 1) orienting the parent/child to the program, reviewing the child’s and or family’s needs, and assessing the developmental goals for each child; 2) discussing the child’s developmental progress toward meeting specific goals and the essential outcomes for each  child and to plan ways the parent can assist with learning; 3) evaluating the program with the parent and discussing placement for the following year.  These will be conducted within the allotted time, and according to the outlined expectations, as defined within the annual program calendar.
    • Maintain up to date progress documentation in CMS.
    • Maintain an ongoing home-school communication system/newsletter that provides updates on classroom happenings/activities/lessons and relationships to essential outcomes.
    • Coordinate the ordering and inventory of all supplies and special equipment for use in the classroom.
    • Attend all staff meetings, trainings, and other scheduled program activities relevant to the child development needs of enrolled children.
    • Assist in the ongoing monitoring and assessment of the entire program and provide input into the planning for continuous improvement.
    • Design and/or assist in the development of required forms and/or record keeping systems and maintain files of required records, reports, and program information.
    • Complete all required reports and records on time, and submit them on time and in a professional manner.
    • Arrange for classroom facilities and substitutes as required.
    • Work closely with the other preschool teachers and with the district kindergarten teachers in the coordination of philosophy, materials, and proper sequencing of skills development.
    • Be responsible for the professional effectiveness of the classroom teaching team.
    • Maintain and submit paperwork, receipts, records in accordance with NC RESA’s systems of operations.
    • Maintain a continuous updating of knowledge and experience related to early childhood best practices, child development stages, High/Scope, and other related areas.
    • Maintain educational and health credentials and files as necessary.
    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: Dan Bailey 231.854.9301
      Newaygo: Chris Cronk 231.652.1112
      White Cloud: Lisa Mathews 231.689.3392

     


     

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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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