Openings as of 11/21/2018
Works the night shift at an assigned school site and performs custodial and light general work with minimum supervision.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Other duties may be assigned.
Disinfects sinks, toilets, urinals, walls partitions etc.
Performs a variety of custodial duties such as mopping, dusting, vacuuming, sweeping, disinfecting etc.
Sets up and takes down furniture and equipment for meetings and other events.
Performs simpler ongoing preventive maintenance.
Makes simple general maintenance electrical and carpentry repairs.
Works with staff to maintain a safe and secure environment in the school building and on the school grounds.
Responds to energy management, burglar and fire alarms.
Empties trash and garbage containers.
Maintains inventory of custodial and maintenance supplies, tools and equipment..
Mows, shovels and plows snow.
Performs basic Groundskeeper duties such as mowing and fertilizing.
Maintains simple work related records and prepares various reports as directed.
Must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds, such as cleaning supplies, pails and unloading trucks.
Must be able to work overtime on short notice or when scheduled work is required. This will include the need, if required, for snow removal.
Must have valid drivers license.
Performs related work as required.
Operation of various light equipment (wet/dry vacuum, buffing machine, stripper)
Operation of various hand tools (brooms, mops, dusters)
Cleaning supplies and equipment
Building practices and procedures
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Equivalent to graduation from high school and two years prior experience as custodian or worker.
This is a 12 month part-time union position, 4 hours per day.
This postion qualifies for limited benefits -- IMRF, paid sick and personal days only.
Start Date: ASAP.
Valid Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) with a School Psychologist Endorsement
Valid Driver's License
SUMMARY: To enable students to derive the fullest possible educational experience from school by promoting their sense of self and by treating any psychological or mental health problems.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Participates in all Child Review Team Meetings as directed by supervisor.
• Acts as member of Crisis Intervention Team.
• Participates in consultative process as needed
• Schedules initial CRT conferences and chair meetings as directed by supervisor.
• Coordinates paperwork for initial evaluations, annual reviews and all special ed processes.
• Participates in IEP meetings as needed.
• Prepares reports of school psychological evaluations.
• Reviews records of special education students who transfer into the district, and arranges CRT/IEP meetings per the Special Services policy.
• Participates in building meetings and special ed meetings as directed by supervisor.
• Assists in reviewing new evaluation materials.
• Maintains current knowledge of evaluation materials.
• Ensures that duties are performed within prescribed timelines.
• Maintains records according to District 146 Special Services policy and state and federal regulations.
• Participates in Building Team and PPS meetings.
• Participates in program development and staff in-services, workshops.
• Reviews current research and standards of profession through the reading of professional journals and publications.
• Researches projects as needs of the students and district dictate.
• Abides by professional standards as written by NASP.
• Other duties as required.
This is a long term substitute assignment.
Salary is $200/day.
Start Date: November 2018 through early June 2019.
Valid Professional Educator License (PEL) with SLP endorsement(s) for PreK-8 minimum.
Under the supervision of the building principal and the Director of Student Services, the speech and language pathologist is responsible for evaluating students' speech and language skills, providing therapeutic intervention to identified students and consulting with staff and/or parents regarding speech and language functioning in the educational setting.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Serves as a resource to school staff members in the development of a balanced program for oral communication and speech improvement.
• Identifies and evaluates students with speech and language impairments.
• Provides a therapeutic program to meet individual needs of speech and language impaired children.
• Participates in the determination of eligibility for special education and related services in the area of speech and language impairment.
• Participates in the teacher and parent conferences including multidisciplinary conferences, IEP meetings and Annual Reviews.
• Develops and implements IEPs for all students eligible for special education and related services in the area of speech and language impairment.
• Team teaches with classroom teachers.
• Completes required documentation and reports.
• Participates on case study and collaboration teams as needed.
• Facilitates curriculum and instructional modifications.
• Participates in continuing professional education.
• Must have valid Illinois Drivers License. Other related duties as assigned.
This is a long term substitute position
Start Date: January 2019 through mid April 2019.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Licensure: ELS(Para) or PEL required
Valid Drivers License
Provides instructional assistance for teachers for special education, general education and second language students in the class room, and on campus grounds.
Accompanies students on field trips.
• Assists the teacher in maintaining a clean, attractive and safe learning environment.
• Types, files and duplicates materials for teacher's use.
• Assists with urinary/bladder and bowel care such as diapering, catheterization etc.
• Removes and cares for prosthesis.
• Assists with respiratory functions such as suctioning, oxygen administration, and asthma control.
• May take specimens such as blood glucose levels.
• Assists students who need help with feeding and medication.
• May assist students with feeding and other activities of daily living.
• Lifts and transfers students.
• Assists teachers with general clerical work such as filing, photocopying, word processing etc.
• Assists students in the classroom with reading, math and other subjects.
• Supervises children at recess and getting on and off the bus to ensure child safety and that each child is accounted for.
• May serve as an assistant for a special program such as STARs.
• May make home visits.
• Assists students with classroom and homework assignments.
• Serves as aide on the bus.
• Assists with overall programming of students in environments designated by the school.
• Participates in behavior modification programs.
• Assists teachers in the classroom and on the playground.
• Reports information about a child's development and behavior to teachers by collecting appropriate data.
• Organizes and monitors the use of materials and supplies.
• Assists staff in implementing instructional and clerical programs.
• May operate an in school suspension center maintaining order and discipline.
• Utilizes available technology and assistive technology under the direction of the teacher/case manager.
• Performs related duties as required.
This is a full time union position with benefits.
Salary is based on the current Educational Support Staff contract.
Start Date: November 2018