Openings as of 6/19/2019
Byron Middle School has the following Extra Curricular Vacancy:
MS Assistant Boys Track Coach
Interested individuals should apply online at www.byron226.org under the ‘About Us’ tab in Employment Opportunities
David L Rahn Junior High in the Oregon School District is looking for a junior high assistant wrestling coach for the 2019-2020 school year. Stipend would be based on the District's OEA contract. Interested candidates can complete an application online, mail a resume to Mike Lawton, Athletic Director, 1101 Jefferson Street, Oregon, IL 61061 or e-mail a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Byron C.U.S.D. #226 is in need of substitute Cafeteria workers and/or Lunchroom-Playground Supervisors
High School Diploma or GED required. Cafeteria - substitutes needed to assist in serving and preparing food during school lunch periods for Elementary, Middle School and High School. Hours worked are generally 3 hours per day. Lunchroom-Playground Supervisors - substitutes needed to monitor students during school lunch periods for Elementary, Middle School and High School. Elementary and Middle School substitutes would also follow students out during recess and supervise students on the playground. Hours worked are generally 2.5 - 3 hours per day. $8.25 per hour Applicant must be willing to travel to fingerprinting facility to be fingerprinted, and have a satisfactory criminal background result
Interested individuals are required to complete the application process at www.byron226.org under Employment Opportunities.
Oregon Elementary is looking for a cook beginning immediately. The position is for 5 hours per day and 169 days per student year. The hourly rate is based on the district's OESPA contract which is currently $10.00 per hour. Interested candidates can apply online, mail a resume to Marty Boyd, Food Service Director, 206 S Tenth Street, Oregon, IL 61061, or e-mail a email@example.com.
The major responsibilities of the Teacher: 1. Plan a program of study that, insofar as possible, meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of the students. 2. Meet and instruct assigned classes in the places and at the times designated. 3. Pepare for classes assigned and show written evidence of preparation upon request of the immediate supervisor. 4. Maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students. 5. Encourage students to set and maintain appropriate standards of classroom behavior. 6. Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and, to that end, establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects, and the like, to communicate these objectives to students. 7. Employ a variety of instructional techniques and the instructional media consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved. 8. Implement by instruction and action the district’s philosophy of education and instructional goals and objectives. 9. Adhere to the policies, regulations and procedures of the district. 10. Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as needed. 11. Work cooperatively with other school personnel in the identification, diagnosis, and remediation of individual students with specialized needs. 12. Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities, including supervising lunchroom and playground activities, supervising students in the hallway, and inspecting classrooms each day for hazardous conditions to ensure safety and avoid property and/or tort loss. 13. Maintain accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulation. 14. Assist the administration in implementing all policies and rules governing student life and conduct; attend staff meetings and serve on committees. 15. Develop reasonable rules of classroom behavior and procedure and maintain order in the classroom in a fair and just manner. 16. Be available to students and parents for conferences and education-related purposes. 17. Maintain and improve professional competence. 18. Meet accepted standards of professional behavior. 19. Participate in district staff development activities. 20. Cooperate with building principal and supervisors in professional activities related to teaching and pupil-supervision tasks. 21. Perform such other professional duties as the Board of Education may direct.
Qualifications: 1. Hold a valid Professional Educator License with appropriate subject matter endorsements. 2. Commitment to a continuous staff development program.
Terms of Employment: Per negotiated agreement
Interested individuals should apply at www.byron226.org under the Byron CUSD #226 tab in the Employment Opportunities section.
Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards Works in standard office and school building environments. Note: Also see the Summary of Physical, Sensory and Environmental Requirements Needed to Perform Essential Functions for this position. Qualifications Profile
Byron CUSD #226 is in need of substitute custodians for Mary Morgan Elementary, Byron Middle School and Byron High School.
High School Diploma or GED is required.
Substitute must be willing to drive to Oregon, Freeport, or Rockford to be fingerprinted. District pays for fingerprinting. $8.25 per hour
Interested individuals are required to complete the application process at www.byron226.org under Employment Opportunities.
Please complete application online or call 815-453-7461 for any question.
1. Hold a valid Illinois Standard Teaching Certificate with appropriate subject matter
2. Commitment to a continuous staff development program.
The major responsibilities of the Teacher:
Terms of Employment: Per negotiated agreement
How to Apply: Interested individuals should apply at www.byron226.org under the Byron CUSD #226 tab in the Employment Opportunities section.
FMLA regulations require all employers to post the updated FMLA notice.
Oregon CUSD 220 is looking for a crossing guard for DLR Junior High. The starting hourly rate would be $10.62. Interested candidates can apply online, mail a resume to Kip Crandall, DLR Junior High, 105 W Brayton Rd, Mt Morris IL 61054 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB GOAL: To assist students in overcoming social/emotional problems that may impact their learning and to assist them in making educational, occupational, and life plans.
RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE:
3. Maintains student records
4. Provide resources for at-risk students
5. Works collaboratively with staff and the community
6. Works with students on college and career exploration
7. Experience and knowledge on National and State tests
9. Host student and parent education nights
10. Assisting with IEP’s
11. Maintaining/ creating student 504’s
Other Qualifications: Must be flexible, able to communicate to a diverse population, student centered, and knowledge of Skyward is a plus.
Qualifications: 1. Hold a valid Illinois Professional Educator License with appropriate subject matter endorsements. 2. Commitment to a continuous staff development program.
Per negotiated agreement
Job Goal: The primary function of a teacher is to plan, conduct, and assess a program of instruction, to monitor and supervise pupils in various instructional settings, and to work cooperatively with the staff to provide the best learning opportunity possible.
For more information please contact Janelle Smith, Director of Special Education, at email@example.com
Interested individuals should apply online at www.byron226.org under the Byron CUSD #226 tab in the Employment Opportunities section.
JOB GOAL: To assist students in overcoming problems that may impact their
learning and to assist them in making educational, occupational, and life
Individual and group counseling
Maintains student records
Provide resources for at-risk students
Works collaboratively with staff and the community
Works with students on college and career exploration
Experience and knowledge on National and State tests
Host student and parent education nights
Assisting with IEP’s
Maintaining/ creating student 504’s
Must be flexible, able to communicate to a diverse population, student centered, and
knowledge of Skyward is a plus.
Job Description: Certified Special Education Teacher
Qualifications: LBS1 Certification
ISBE Approved PEL
Endorsed in specific teaching assignment
Reports to: To the Director and/or Director’s Designee
Term and Salary: Contract for 9 months. Salary per Teacher’s Salary Schedule
Position Goal: To develop and implement educational programming for students with special education needs.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Plans curriculum and prepares lesson plans and other instructional materials according to skill levels and educational needs of students and program expectations.
Evaluates and assesses student needs and progress using approved instruments: standardized measures, curriculum-based assessments, teacher-prepared tests, etc. Grades completed student work and maintains grades throughout the school year.
Provides instruction for students in compliance with provisions noted on the student’s IEP and as required for the student to make educational progress.
Provides instruction for students utilizing appropriate teaching strategies and techniques.
Is actively involved in leading and delivering instruction to students throughout the school day.
Collaborates with IEP team members (parents, administrators, school psychologist, social worker and others) to develop individual educational programs.
Completes students’ annual and additional IEP reports, as necessary. Develops and monitors goals and objectives pertaining to the individual students Present Levels of Academic and Functional Performance employing data collected.
As a member of the IEP, completes all necessary paperwork in advance of the meeting, completes filing requirements, monitors implementation.
Reviews student IEPs to ensure that all required components are implemented.
Consults on an ongoing basis with other appropriate school personnel e.g. regular education teacher, support staff, building administrators, related service staff regarding an individual student’s progress, concerns, etc.
Communicates with parents on a regular basis regarding the performance and progress of their child. Completes quarterly Progress Reports as required and includes descriptive information.
Addresses and provides for the students’ social and emotional needs, consulting with other staff as needed.
Coordinates and supervises the work efforts of classroom teacher aides.
Assists in the development and implementation of classroom and/or individual student behavior intervention plans as necessary.
Develops and maintains a safe and secure classroom environment conducive to student learning, appropriate behavior and interactions with adults and peers.
Responsible for the set-up, operation of and maintenance of equipment, e.g. physical therapy, communication devices, audio-visual, computers, assistive technology, etc.
As necessary, intervenes to stop and/or control dangerous (Risk of harm to self, or others) behaviors by students, which may require as a last resort, the physical restraint of a student following all of the criteria and procedures set forth by the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training Protocol.
Lifting, positioning, moving of students and equipment as required by the students’ needs and safety.
Reports to the administrator on any development or problems that may require an awareness of or action by supervisory staff.
Maintains an orderly, safe and neat classroom environment. Monitors the classroom and other areas accessed by students to ensure no dangers exist, e.g. glass on playground, broken desk, loose carpet/tile, etc.
Supervise students and completes required documentation when time-out is needed.
Supervise students in non-classroom areas, such as playground, halls, restrooms, cafeteria, bus areas, etc.
Receives guidance and direction from other staff, including administrators and therapy staff, on proper techniques for managing behavior, managing physical needs, and providing for student care and welfare.
Maintains cooperative, positive working relationships with parents, OCEC staff, school district personnel, and community service agencies.
Is responsible for all of the policies, rules and regulations established by the Board and shall comply with their requirements.
Assumes responsibilities for own professional growth and development. Said development should include, among other things, keeping current with professional literature, research-findings, improved methods and techniques, individual goal setting, attending professional meetings and pertinent professional learning opportunities.
Attends OCEC/school sponsored activities, inservices and workshops.
Completes and maintains all written documents as requested by the Director/designee.
Completes other responsibilities as assigned by the Director or designee.
As a school psychologist, works to support the success of students academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. Collaborates with educators, parents, and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments that strengthens connections between home, school, and the community for all students. Identifies and assesses the learning, development, and adjustment characteristics and needs of individuals and groups, as well as, the environmental factors that affect learning and adjustment. Provides interventions to students to support the teaching process and to maximize learning and adjustment. Assists in the planning, development, and evaluation of programs to meet identified learning and adjustment needs. Delivers a planned and coordinated program of psychological services. Duties are performed in accordance with standards of professional practice, district/state board of education policies and procedures and state law regarding psychology practice. Primary responsibility shall include student safety and appropriate collaboration and attention to each student’s readiness to learn including needed guidance and welfare. Primary Duties: 1. As a school psychologist: a. Provide counseling, instruction, and mentoring for those struggling with social, emotional, and behavioral problems. b. Increase achievement by assessing barriers to learning and determining the best instructional strategies to improve learning c. Promote wellness and resilience by reinforcing communication and social skills, problem solving, anger management, self-regulation, self-determination, and optimism. d. Work With Students and Their Families to: 1) Identify and address learning and behavior problems that interfere with school success 2) Evaluate eligibility for special education services (within a multidisciplinary team) 3) Support students' social, emotional, and behavioral health 4) Teach parenting skills and enhance home–school collaboration 5) Make referrals and help coordinate community support service e. Work with teachers to: 1) Identify and resolve academic barriers to learning 2) Design and implement student progress monitoring systems 3) Design and implement academic and behavioral interventions 4) Support effective individualized instruction 5) Create positive classroom environments 6) Motivate all students to engage in learning f. Work With Administrators to: 1) Collect and analyze data related to school improvement, student outcomes, and accountability requirements 2) Implement school-wide prevention programs that help maintain positive school outcomes.
The employee works with a high level of independence and professional discretion under the general supervision of Special Education. The employee’s work is governed, controlled, and evaluated by acceptable professional practice, school and district policies and regulations, provisions of Illinois Administrative Code.
Per the collective bargaining agreement
Interested individuals should apply online at www.byron226.org in the 'About Us' tab under Employment Opportunities.
Job Description: Speech/Language Pathologist
Qualifications: PEL with speech/language pathology endorsement
Terms and Salary: Contract
Salary per teacher's salary schedule
Position Goal: Provides speech therapy for students identified
as eligible for special education speech/language services. Such services may be provided to students on an individual or group basis.
Screens students for possible speech/language impairments upon initial entry to the school. Communicates results of the screening to students' parents.
Evaluates and assesses student needs using approved testing instruments.
Completes speech/language case-study evaluations to determine possible eligibility for speech therapy services.
Confers with multidisciplinary participants (parents, administrators, school psychologist, social worker, teachers, and others) to develop individual educational programs.
As a member of the IEP, completes all necessary paperwork in advance of the meeting, completes filing requirements, monitors implementation, and collaborates with team.
Completes student’s IEP and subsequent reports. Develops goals and objectives for individual students.
Provides speech therapy for students in compliance with the provision noted on the IEP.
Plans curriculum and prepares lessons and other instructional materials according to individual needs of students.
Participates in the early childhood screening process for students ages 3-5 years.
Consults on an ongoing basis with other appropriate school personnel regarding an individual students' progress, concerns and communication needs and how to effectively promote student communication growth and independence.
Develops, utilizes and trains appropriate staff in the use of augmentative communication devices and techniques as necessary for individual students.
Instructs students in multi-modal forms of communication.
Encourages students to participate in classroom learning experiences to ensure their comprehension of subject matter, development of social skills, and ability to communicate in situations encountered in daily living.
Communicates with parents on a regular basis regarding the performance and progress of their child.
Teaches parents how to participate in and enhance students' learning experiences including communication needs.
Creates and follows a weekly work schedule and provides a monthly copy to program coordinator.
Completes and maintains all written documentation as requested by the Director or designee.
Completes other responsibilities as assigned by the Director or designee.
Byron C.U.S.D. #226 is in need of substitute paraprofessionals/teacher aides.
Qualifications: (must hold one of the following) Highly Qualified Status (NCLB) - current state licensure issued by the Illinois State Board of Education Official, original transcripts from Accredited College detailing 90 hours of college credit or higher awarded Applicants must travel to fingerprinting facility to be fingerprinted and have satisfactory criminal background results. $8.25 per hour All interested individuals are required to complete the application process at www.byron226.org under Employment Opportunities
David L Rahn is currently looking for an instructional aide. The position is 7.0 hours a day, 5 days a week during the student attendance year. Starting wage is based on the Oregon Education Support Personal contract and is $10.50 per hour. Applicants are required to have a paraprofessional certification registered with IL State Board of Education. Interested candidates can complete an application online, mail a resume to Kip Crandall, DLR Principal, 105 Brayton Rd, Mt. Morris IL 61054 or e-mail a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manage and process all books/inventory for the District
Enter all books/inventory into the system for the District
Adjust records in marc records, enter and maintain all records into/for the PrairieCat system
Manage the library website
Assist with some cataloging needs
Monitor and assist students at the High School library
The ideal candidate would possess:
data entry skills
Be familiar with software – Microsoft, Destiny library software, and Sierra library software
Familiar with current technology systems and trends.
Attention to detail
Special Education 1:1 Aide for Individual Student
The job of the Para-educator One on One Classroom is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the instructional program with specific responsibility for assisting in the supervision, care and instruction of a special needs student in the classroom ; assisting in implementing plans for instruction; monitoring student behavior; and providing information to appropriate school personnel.
Paraprofessional Certificate or eligibility to obtain certificate is required at the time of application. Paraprofessional Certificates must be obtained by the employee start date. Paraprofessional Certificate requirements are as follows:
Be at least 19 years of age and;
Show proof of one (1) of the following requirements:
Associate's degree or higher; or
60 semester hours of coursework; or
High School Diploma or GED and a score of 460 or higher on the ETS ParaPro test; or
High School Diploma or GED and the following scores on the ACT Work Keys test:
Applied Mathematics/Applied Math — 4
Reading for Information/Workplace Documents — 4
How to Apply:
Application Procedure: Applicants must apply online at http://www.morrisonschools.org/employment.html
and upload your letter of application with resume, education, and college transcripts. Questions should be directed to Cory Bielema, Principal-Southside Elementary School, 100 Academic Drive, Morrison, IL 61270.
Oregon CUSD #220 is currently seeking a help desk technician for the technology department. Candidates would be responsible for troubleshooting help desk tickets, traveling to remote sites, and escalating issues to senior team members when appropriate. This position reports to the Director of Technology and requires a high school diploma or GED as well as working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office. Previous customer service and IT experience or certificates are preferred. The hourly rate is $17, based on the district’s OESPA contract. Persons can apply online; mail a resume to Shawn Gadow, Technology Director, 210 S 10th St, Oregon IL 61061; or email a resume to email@example.com.
Byron C.U.S.D. #226 is in need of substitute bus driver and bus monitors. High School Diploma or GED Required.
For bus driver applicants: CDL with school bus endorsement preferred, however, the Transportation Dept will train interested individuals as needed. Applicants must be able to pass physical exam. Applicant must travel to fingerprinting facility to be fingerprinted and have satisfactory criminal background results.
Interested individuals are required to complete the application process at www.byron226.org
under Employment Opportunities. Call 815-234-5491, extensions 400 or 401 for more information.
Byron C.U.S.D. #226 has a vacancy for a 3 hour per day Bus Driver. High School Diploma or GED Required.
For bus driver applicants: CDL with school bus endorsement preferred, however, the Transportation Dept will train interested individuals as needed. Applicants must be able to pass physical exam and drug testing Applicant must travel to fingerprinting facility to be fingerprinted and have satisfactory criminal background results.
Interested individuals are required to complete the application process at www.byron226.org in the "About Us" tab under Employment Opportunities. Call 815-234-5491, extensions 400 or 401 for more information.
Oregon School District is currently looking for substitute bus drivers for the2018-2019 school year. Applicants will need to complete proper licensing to drive a school bus. The positions are an as needed basis and the hourly rate is based on the district's OESPA contract which is $16.00. Candidates can apply on-line, mail a resume to Jeff Schad, Transportation Director, 206 S Tenth St., Oregon, IL 61061 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oregon School District is looking for a bus driver beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. The positions is 3.0 hours per day during the student attendance calendar. The starting hourly rate is $16.00 which is based on the OESPA district contract. Candidates with certification to drive a bus preferred. Candidates can apply online, mail a resume to Jeff Scad, transportation director, 206 S Tenth Street, Oregon, IL 61061, or e-mail a resume to email@example.com.