Openings as of 12/13/2019All
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
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 4 hours per day. 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.
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.
Special Education Teacher Aide Qualifications: 1. High school diploma or equivalent 2. Hold a Para-Professional Certificate in the State of Illinois Reports to: Building Principal
Assist assigned student(s) in the classroom during independent work.
Assist assigned student(s) in auditory memory and readiness activities.
Review classroom materials with assigned student(s).
Provide supervision of assigned students on field trips, assemblies, etc.
Assist the assigned student with such physical tasks as putting on and taking off jackets, moving from room to room, using the lavatory, etc.
Assist the assigned student with recitation, reading, and other curriculum tasks in support of the teacher’s instruction.
If appropriate, perform simple tasks for the assigned student such as carrying lunch trays, etc. if the student is unable to complete these tasks.
Work with small groups of students to reinforce material introduced by the teacher.
Accompany the assigned student(s) when trips to the office or school nurse are necessary.
Work diligently to establish a nurturing and supportive relationship with the assigned student(s).
Provide input in regard to the student’s Individualized Education Plan when requested.
Perform other duties as assigned by the classroom teacher or building principal.
A paraprofessional certificate. Ability to relate well with children and adults. - Prior experience working with special needs children desirable.
Salary: Regionally competitive 12 sick days /2 personal per year IMRF 9 month contract
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Part Time Special Education Support Specialist
Byron CUSD is currently looking for a special education support specialist.
Reports to: Director of Special Services/Site Principal
Job Goal: To work together with general education and special education staff to ensure that students
who may need additional intervention/supports or specialized education programming are: identified,
assessed, and receive appropriate educational programming according to data based decision making.
This role primarily involves working with the school psychologist and other support staff to assist with
formal individualized academic achievement assessment grades K-12+, provide assistance and
instruction for academic intervention in reading and math grades 6-8, and to collect, analyze and
support data based problem solving with middle school grade level teams.
Required: Professional Educator License.
Preferred: Current Special Education Certification for K-12
-Collaborating with the School Psychologist to schedule and administer formal academic achievement
assessment to individual students that are due for special education re-evaluation and to complete
student observations within the classroom/school setting for evaluation or screening purposes for
students in grades K-12
- Consultation and Support: Providing consultation and classroom support to Academic intervention
staff, including support with intervention programs, intervention progress monitoring, and
supervising/instructing students in academic intervention once a week to allow for collaboration and
teaming time of intervention staff.
- Assist in Intervention Development and Implementation: Collaborating with general education and
special education staff to develop and help implement research based interventions and supports under
the RtI model.
- Assist in Data Collection and Data Interpretation: Providing assistance in the collection and
interpretation of behavioral and academic data in order to assist intervention development and support
recommendations for general education students.
- Collaboration and Problem Solving: Working with general education and special education staff to
help solve student level to school wide problems and concerns (i.e. team level consultation, student
assistance/intervention teams, and building level team collaboration).
It is recommended that the person applying for this position be comfortable with accessing web-based
information, working with numerical data, using outlook email and calendar, and working in a teambased
problem-solving format, and providing support or instruction regarding academics, functional
academics, and social emotional learning. Questions regarding the position may be directed to Janelle Smith, Director of Special Education - firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Roles and Responsibilities:
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.
Maintains cooperative, positive working relationships with parents, OCEC staff, school district personnel, and community service agencies.
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.
Oregon Elementary School is looking for a crossing guard beginning December 16, 2019. The hourly rate is $10.62. Interested persons can apply online, mail a resume to Ryan Huels, Oregon Elementary Assistant Principal, 1150 Jefferson Street, Oregon, IL 61061, or e-mail a resume to email@example.com.
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
Oregon Elementary School is looking for an Preschool Aide beginning January 6, 2020. The position is 7.0 hours per day and the hourly rate is $10.50 which is based on the current OESPA district contract. Candidates must have a paraprofessional license. Interested persons can apply online, mail a resume to Ryan Huels, Oregon Elementary Assistant Principal, 1150 Jefferson Street, Oregon, IL 61061, or e-mail a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Education Paraprofessionals needed in Life Skills special education classroom.
Location: Rochelle Illinois.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $10.00 to $13.00 /hour
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.
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 Liz Myers or Zach Van Velzer, Transportation Directors, 206 S Tenth Street, Oregon, IL 61061, or e-mail a resume to email@example.com.
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 Liz Myers or Zach Van Velzer, Transportation Directors, 206 S Tenth Street, Oregon, IL 61061, or e-mail a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.