Openings as of 7/15/2019All
Receives Guidance From:
Principal or Lead Teacher
Overtime Status: Exempt
Duties and Responsibilities:
Meet and instruct assigned classes at the assigned school and at times designated by Principal
Plan a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of the students
Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students
Prepare for classes assigned and show written evidence of preparation upon request of Principal
Encourage students to set and maintain high standards of classroom behavior
Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and, in harmony with the goals, establish clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects to communicate these objectives to students
Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved
Strive to implement by instruction and action the districts philosophy of education and instructional goals and objectives
Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as assigned
Identify and report possibility of learning disabilities of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required
Take necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities
Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required by law, district policy and administrative regulation
Assist the administration in implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct, and, for the classroom, develop reasonable rules of classroom behavior and procedure, and maintain order in the classroom in a fair and just manner
Make provision for being available to students and parents for education related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms
Plan and supervise purposeful assignments for teacher aide(s) and volunteer(s) and, cooperatively with department heads, evaluate the job performance
Strive to maintain and improve professional competence by participation in training sessions and classes
Attend staff meetings and serve on staff committees
Regular attendance and punctuality are vital attributes for all employees.
Other duties as assigned
Maintains and accepts responsibility for any district owned fixed asset item assigned to employee and ensures appropriate use by following district policies for acceptable use
Undergoes periodic evaluations according to state and board policy procedures.
Regular, dependable attendance is an essential function of this position.
Performs such other and not specifically enumerated duties as may be requested by the Board of Education, superintendent, administrator, director or established by district policy.
Education Level: Bachelor’s degree in Education
Certification: Holds an appropriate Mississippi Teaching Credential or valid emergency certification issued by the state of Mississippi Educational Board.
Note: This is not necessarily an exhaustive or all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, functions or working conditions associated with the job. The job description is not a contract of employment or a promise or guarantee of any specific terms or conditions of employment. The school district may add to, modify or delete any aspect of this job (or the position itself) at any time as it deems advisable.
Terms of Employment:
WHILE CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO POSITIONS VACANT FOR SECONDARY ADMINISTRATORS
- MOSS POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS.
JOB GOAL: To provide leadership at the assigned school that will ensure continuous improvement in measurable student performance and achievement. to provide managerial leadership (in areas such as instruction, personnel, curriculum, budget, purchasing, public relations, plant operations, food services, and transportation) that will support high expectations in student performance for all students.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Based on school site
The Moss Point School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay, disability and genetic information.
WHILE CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO POSITIONS VACANT FOR ELEMENTARY ADMINISTRATORS
Responsibilities: Coordinate an annual EL comprehensive program evaluation and complete associated state reports; determine, develop, and implement effective professional development related to language acquisition and effective instructional practices for Limited English Proficient learners; provide consultation for regular classroom teachers concerning best practices to work with students in their classrooms who are Limited English Proficient; assist in the coordination of services for Limited English Proficient students; monitor the progress of identified Limited English Proficient students using all available information and data sources; coordinate the administration of the state adopted English Language Proficiency Assessment along with the District Test Coordinator; assist parents of Limited English Proficient students with school registration, parent conferences, and home learning skills; and maintain the official program records, statistics, or data.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; valid teaching certificate; Mississippi teacher licensure with TESOL or ELL endorsement.
Desired Qualifications: Prior experience teaching English Language Learners and leading an ESL program.
TITLE: CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Must either hold or be eligible to acquire a license as a School Business Administrator in accordance with State Board Policy Chapter 71, rule 71.2
Master’s Degree in accounting or business administration preferred
Five years successful accounting experience with multi-million dollar accounts
Proficient in the use of computer technology for accounting and other budget administration tasks
Extensive knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques, practices, and mandated accounting system of budget administration and budget planning operations for Mississippi school districts
Understand and be able to articulate the basic principles of fund/governmental accounting
Ability to plan, assign, and direct a staff
Ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, the school board, department heads, city officials, and other school employees and lay persons both verbal and written
SUPERVISES: Business office staff
REPORTS TO: The Superintendent, for limited purposes, to the Assistant Superintendent
JOB GOAL: To support and enhance the educational mission of the school district through careful planning, sound fiscal management and effective budget administration (following proper procedures, meeting deadlines, leaving clear audit, balancing accounts, etc.)
TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Such duties and responsibilities as may be assigned, including but not limited to:
Serves as a resource for and participates in the development of annual and long-range educational plans for the school district
Plans and causes to be developed software programs to support accounting and other departmental procedures
Assists the Superintendent to develop the annual operational budget; prepares the annual budget as required by law meeting all mandated deadlines. Monitors and amends budget throughout the fiscal year
Collects and makes available tax and other fiscal data needed for district planning purposes
Calculates and prepares in accordance with all statutory guidance the annual Ad Valorem tax request for funds
Ensures that all funds are received and deposited in an approved depository
Maintains various required accounts to comprehend and to account for all funds
Implements and maintains the state required Chart of Accounts for school districts
Maintain the general ledger of the district in a timely and accurate manner
Prepares and submits for board approval each month all financial reports as required by state statute
Prepares and submits to the State Department of Education budget reports and budget information as required and all other required reports in advance of deadlines
Invests surplus or currently unused funds in accordance with Mississippi law; maintains current knowledge of cash flow
Serve as district purchasing agent, manage district purchasing in accordance with all applicable statutes and with board policy
Efficiently implements computer software programs to accomplish numerous financial management and accounting tasks
After Board authorization, releases payment of funds in accordance with policy
Maintains complex financial records and makes periodic and special financial reports in addition to monthly required financial reports
Ensures compliances with various local, state, and federal requirements
Supervises retirement program records, reporting, and services
Supervises employee insurance programs, records, and services
Supervises payroll operations and employee check disbursal
Supervises account reconciliation and other control procedures
Must be able to implement and monitor a strong internal control system
Supervises employee leave accounts and check stub reports for employee checks
Supervises classified personnel employed to perform various functions within the department
Ensures that staff members are kept current, through appropriate in-service, with the state of the art technology for their operations
Provides financial and budgetary data to principals and department heads in a timely manner as a means for developing and maintaining an effective educational program
Participates in or initiates the formation of financial and budgetary policies intended to strengthen and improve program performances
Provides information to supervisors for decision making regarding employee fringe benefit programs
Advises supervisors regarding legal complications involving financial transactions
Attends school board and local community meetings as well as school district, regional, and state professional meetings
Makes formal and informal reports and presentations to appropriate audiences
Adjusts departmental processes and/or functions based on data derived from evaluation
Utilizes appropriate instruments and processes to evaluate performance of assigned personnel
Manages and advises Superintendent on all school district debt issue and payment
Manages and supervises the accounting for district Fixed Assets
Contracts with auditors and is responsible for making sure that an annual financial audit is performed and that all recommendations and/or adjustments are appropriately answered and implemented
Manages monthly request for funds from federal grants and other reimbursable programs
Works with federal programs monitoring visits to supply needed information
Demonstrates prompt and regular attendance
Supports the Hattiesburg Public School District Mission, Vision, and Strategic Plan
Performs other duties as assigned
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and work year to be established by the Board of Trustees
Minimum of AA certificate in Administration and Supervision
Five years of successful school administrative experience preferred
Evidence of administrative capabilities including, but not limited to previous administrative assignments
SUPERVISES: Teaching and classified staff, students, buildings and equipment, instructional and disciplinary programs, building and facilities management, fiscal management, and public relations activities at assigned job site
REPORTS TO: Superintendent or designee
JOB GOAL:To provide on-site administration and execution of the district goals, educational programs, policies, and regulations; development of school mission, goals and objectives; allocation of financial and human resources within school programs in accordance with budgetary requirements; and facilitation of cooperative community relations to ensure the quality of instruction for all students in a safe and healthy environment.
Administers and submits records, plans, and reports as required by the district, State Department of Education, and federal guidelines
Devises, implements, and articulates a strategic plan for achieving school goals
Attends school board, district, staff, and other meetings and serves on committees
Communicates policies, procedures, and expectations to faculty, staff, students, and parents
Conducts all pupil promotion and retention activities in the school under guidelines established by the district Board of Trustees
Coordinates and develops the overall instructional activities and plans within the school in accord with district administrative guidelines/expectations and state accreditation standards
Develops programs to include teacher, student, and community input into the decision-making process
Supports and implements the district’s instructional management plan and professional development plan
Ensures that classroom teachers manage the classroom in such a manner as to facilitate pupil learning
Formulates (frames) the school’s mission and objectives related to district goals
Has an organized system of commending staff and students, both individually and collectively, for accomplishment
Informs staff of their duties and responsibilities
Inspects the site and reports needs (ensures cleanliness, etc.)
Maintains student discipline
Manages and supervises school activities to avoid interruption of the school day
Organizes and supervises student services (registration, scheduling, programming, attendance, grade reports, guidance reports, and local, state, and federal reports)
Participates in local organizations and groups (such as memberships, presentations, attendance, etc.)
Provides a systematic method of collective data on attendance, behavior, course performance, and other academic indicators
Provides collegial/collaborative structure for decision making through supportive internal and external relationships (such as P-16 councils, PLCs, PTAs, etc.)
Provides for the health, safety, and welfare of staff and students at all times
Provides formal opportunities for students, parents, teachers, administrators, business, and professional leaders to give input in planning school performance goals and academic incentives
Provides specific training activities to help classroom teachers and support staff improve instructional practice were found to be inadequate
Purchases supplies and instructional support materials in quantity adequate to carry out the intent of the local instructional management plan
Recommends, supervises, and evaluates personnel
Supervises extracurricular activities
Uses funds properly to maintain equipment and supplies
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and work year to be established by the Board of Trustees EVALUATION: Annually
Kosciusko School District
229 W. Washington St., Kosciusko, MS 39090
Phone (662) 289-4771 Fax (662) 289-1177
Billy Ellzey, Superintendent of Education
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Must hold a valid administrators license (486)
Proven ability to work with students, staff, parents and the community for a
positive school culture
Proven ability to be an instructional leader
Must be willing to grow and learn from others throughout career
Instructional leader for 9-12 high school serving 640 students
Supervise and mentor to over 50 staff members
230 day contract beginning July 1, 2019
Work with athletic director to promote and maintain high level athletic programs
Work together with other principals for a cohesive environment
All interested applicants should send completed application, resume and
transcripts to Beth Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Beth Kyle
229 W. Washington Street Kosciusko, MS 39090
Applications may be found on the Kosciusko District Website at kosciuskoschools.com and will be accepted March 20 -- April 3 or until position is filled.
The Kosciusko School District provides competitive salary and benefits in a professional working environment.
AA in School Administration
Minimum five (5) years classroom experience
To assist the principal in providing school wide leadership and to learn the role of principal; To help ensure the safety and security of the students and staff; To help place students and teachers in a position to succeed in the classroom and in other activities
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Salary and work year as established by the Rankin County Board of Education
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Rankin County School Board policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel
Assistant Baseball Coach/Teacher
Terry High School has a job vacancy for an Assistant Baseball Coach. A valid Mississippi teaching certification and CDL is required. Interested applicants may submit resumes to Daryl Jones at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
K-6 STEM ENRICHMENT TEACHER
Principal or Instructional Technologist
Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Rankin County School Board policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.
Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Rankin County School Board policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.
TITLE: CHILD NUTRITION ASSISTANT SUBSTITUTE
Demonstrated aptitude or competence for assigned responsibilities
Knowledge of basic kitchen skills, sanitation knowledge, and excellent personal hygiene are required to perform multiple tasks
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions with the goal of providing students attractive and nutritious meals according to standardized recipes
Ability to demonstrate excellent customer service with students, staff, parents, community, and school visitors
REPORTS TO?: Director of Child Nutrition JOB GOAL:? To provide the students attractive and nutritious meals in an atmosphere of efficiency, cleanliness and friendliness.
Any one position may not include all of the listed duties nor do all of the listed examples include all tasks which may be found in positions with this classification
Prepares and serves food in a professional manner
Reports to work on time and follows time clock procedures to document exact reporting and departure times
Notify the child nutrition manager in a timely manner when unable to report to work
Complies with the procedures governing the removal of food from the premises
Abides by safety and sanitation regulations that are established by federal, state and local authorities
Maintains daily records of food withdrawn for inventory purposes and food production records
Prepares sufficient quantities of food by using standardized recipes
Maintains a clean work station and assists in afternoon cleanup and other related jobs as required
Establishes and maintains effective work relationships with school personnel, students and public
Abides by uniform and hair net requirements
Utilizes accurate portion control in preparing food
Works cooperatively towards providing the most attractive and nutritious meals to all students
Follows correct procedure for money collection (cashier)
Verifies amounts of monies received and credit to proper category, teacher meals and extra food sales. (cashier)
Records meal numbers and ensures each student receives a reimbursable meal (cashier)
Has cashier station set up prior to meal serving time and has adequate supplies to meet necessary needs (cashier)
Responds quickly to exchanges of monies and is efficient, competent and honest (cashier)
Cleans cafeteria equipment including refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, oven racks, maintains clean service and storage areas; defrosts, cleans and fills milk boxes, scrubs pots and pans; maintains clean dish washing area and stores clean equipment and utensils; washes, dries and folds dish towels; cleans and sanitizes dining room counter tops, tables and chairs after each meal; sweeps and mops food prep area, and dish room floors; empties food prep area and dish room trash cans and disposes of trash; cleans and fills napkin, silverware and condiment holders; cook, prepare, and serve food in a timely manner; assists in unpacking and storing food deliveries in proper places; breaks down cardboard boxes; prepares and sets out serving trays, condiments, cups and plates for meals; lifts and carries food cartons, garbage bags and serving containers; verifies equipment is turned off and locks up areas at end of day
The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical demands: significant lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling, some climbing, balancing, frequent stooping, kneeling, crouching and/or crawling and significant fine finger dexterity. The job is performed under some temperature extremes and under conditions with some exposure to risk of injury or illness
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to sit, to stand, to walk, to go up and down stairs, to carry objects, to reach above the head and to bend and reach below the waist to operate foot and hand controls, and to write. The employee must frequently lift and/or move thirty (30) to fifty (50) pounds. This position requires accurate perceiving of sound, near and far vision, and depth perception
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT?: Salary and work year to be established by the Board of Trustees EVALUATION: Annually
Teacher or Principal
Meet and instruct assigned classes at the assigned school and at times designated by Teacher and Principal
Participate in daily and long-range lesson and classroom activity planning
Direct any activity that will free the supervising teacher for instruction
Guide small groups of students in independent study, enrichment work, and remedial work to reinforce material initially introduced by the supervising teacher
Guide children in working and playing harmoniously with other children
Keep desks, books, papers, materials, and supplies in order and use educational media
Alert the teacher to special needs of individual children
Provide escort and assistance to children as necessary
Help maintain individuals records for each child
Foster good eating habits and table manners in children
Assist teacher in maintaining neat work and study areas
Check notebooks, correct papers, and help supervise makeup work and testing as assigned by the supervising teacher: (the assistant teacher will not assign grades or confer with parents concerning grades)
Assist with the supervision of children during regular play periods
Collect and displays suitable material for educational displays
Participate in staff developments to be equipped with required skills to assist teachers in carrying out district initiatives.
such other and not specifically enumerated duties as may be requested by the Board of Education, superintendent, administrator, director or established by district policy.
To assure the smooth and efficient operation of the school office so that the office’s maximum positive impact on the education of children can be realized
Special Education Teacher Assistant
School Principal and Teacher
Special Education Director
Perform job duties assigned by the supervising teacher (direct instruction/ feeding/ toileting/ lifting).
Must currently hold or be able to obtain/pass certification requirements (Commercial Drivers License) for driving a bus for community based learning outings.
Assist in the implementation of IEP objectives for students, data collection, and guide small student groups as directed by supervising teacher.
Actively supervise students at all times.
Communication with parents (both written and oral) is the sole responsibility of the teacher.
Maintain confidentiality of all in-school and out-of-school conversations, documents, etc. relative to personally identifiable information on any student.
Lunchtime duties are determined on a year-to-year basis centered around the students and will most often be in the location of the cafeteria.
Participate in professional development when appropriate. The supervising teacher will communicate with Special Education district personnel in regard to appropriateness of professional development.
Adhere to the RCSD Board policy regarding the use of cell phones (Board Policy GBEB point 25). The use of other electronic devices such as radios, television, DVDs/VCRS are to only be used when appropriate for classroom instruction on a limited basis
Bus duty or other assignments before and/or after school as assigned.
Heavy lifting as needed to help with student mobility.
All job duties are to be directly related to students in the Special Education classroom unless stated otherwise in employee’s contract.
Assume any other duties as assigned.
Assume responsibility for own professional growth and development, for keeping current with the literature, new research findings, for attending appropriate professional meetings and conferences, and to maintain any credits and/or continued education for maintenance of licensure required for position.
Adhere to all Rankin County School District policies, school site policies, and the Mississippi Educator Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct.
Associates degree from an accredited college or university.
Forty-eight (48) college hours from an accredited college or university
Workkeys Test in Reading, Business Writing, and Math with a passing score
Other Requirements: Must hold or obtain a Commercial Drivers License
QUALIFICATIONS: Any one of the following:
Associates degree from an accredited college or university
Workkeys Test in Reading, Business Writing, and Math with passing score REPORTS TO: Supervising Teacher and Principal JOB GOAL: Support and supplement the instructional program of the classroom teacher. Provide assistance in the instruction of basic skills, and to assure each student the opportunity to take advantage of all available resources in the classroom. Provide a well-organized, smooth functioning class environment with assistance in the instruction of basic skills
Must currently hold or be able to obtain/pass certification requirements for driving a bus for community based learning outings.
Maintain and accept responsibility for any district owned fixed asset item assigned to employee and ensure appropriate use by following district policies for acceptable use.
Undergo periodic evaluations according to state and board policy procedures.
Perform such other and not specifically enumerated duties as may be requested by the Board of Education, superintendent, administrator, director, or established by district policy.
Title: Engineering Teacher
CLEVELAND SCHOOL DISTRICT
Title: Engineering Teacher
985 Career Pathway: Engineering
This endorsement licenses a person to teach the following courses:
Minimum Requirements for this Endorsement:
2. Technology Literacy and Related Assessment
3. Occupational Experience and Related Assessment of that Experience
4. Teacher Education Preparation and Related Assessment(s) of that Education
Note: If the applicant meets all requirements listed above, that applicant will be issued a 985 endorsement-a five-year license. Ifthe applicant meets the educational and occupational experience requirements, but does not meet all other requirements, the applicant may be issued one (1) three-year endorsement (license), and all requirements stated above must be satisfied prior to the ending date of that license.
Reports To: Superintendent of Education, the Assistant Superintendent, Principal, Assistant Principal and other designated supervisor
Job Goal: To provide students with academic skills necessary to function in daily living, for achieving success on state and national achievement tests, and to serve as a foundation for learning at the next grade level
Delivery of Instruction
Follows Lesson Cycle
Effective Teaching Practices
Evaluation of Student Progress
Terms of Employment: Salary and work year will be established by the Board.
Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.
912 Career Pathway: Law and Public Safety
This endorsement licenses a person to teach the following secondary courses:
Minimum Requirements for this Endorsement:
Technology Literacy and Related Assessment of that Competency
Occupational Experience and Related Assessment of that Experience
This endorsement requires the following assessment(s) of occupational expertise:
.100.b -Introduction to Incident Command System
. 100.LEb - Introduction to the Incident Command System of Law Enforcement
. 200.bICS - for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
. 700.a -An Introduction to National Response Framework
. 800.b - An Introduction to National Response Framework
For more information, consult http://training .fema.gov/IS/Nims.asp
Teacher Education Preparation and Related Assessment(s) of that Education
Note: If the applicant meets all requirements listed above, that applicant will be issued a 912 endorsement a five-year license. If the applicant meets the educational and occupational experience requirements, but does not meet all other requirements, the applicant may be issued one (1) three-year endorsement license), and all requirements stated above must be satisfied prior to the ending date of that license.
REPORTS TO: Director of Student Support Services and Counseling Lead Nurse
To assist the lead nurse in providing the fullest possible educational opportunity for each district student by minimizing absence due to illness and creating a climate of health and well-being in district schools.
High School Diploma Preferred Associates Degree in Computer Related Field or Higher
Experience in Apple repair
Good troubleshooting skills
Reports to: Director of Technology
Install, repair, and troubleshoot computers
Install and troubleshoot software
Assist users in becoming familiar with equipment/software
Assist in the installation of network wiring and other network components
Troubleshoot with Network Specialist and Network Admins on the repair of network connectivity problems
Perform yearly preventative maintenance
Attend necessary training courses
Perform any other tasks as required by the Supervisor of Technical Operations or The Director of Technology.
Plan a program of study that, as nearly as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students and is consistent with district and state standards. Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students. Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and, in harmony with the goals, establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects, and other activities to communicate these objectives to students. Employ instructional methods and materials that positively affect student achievement. Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required. Assess the learning abilities of students on a regular basis, seeking the assistance of district specialists as required. Counsel with colleagues, students, and/or parents on a regular basis. Assist the administration in implementing all policies and/or rules governing student life and conduct, and, for the classroom, develop reasonable rules of classroom behavior and procedure, and maintain order in the classroom in a fair and just manner. Plan and supervise purposeful assignments for teacher aide(s) and/or volunteer(s) and cooperatively, with department heads and grade chairs, evaluate their job performance Maintain accurate records of students' attendance, grades, and other pertinent information. Encourage, model, and enforce socially acceptable behavior in students. Integrate multi-media technology in the teaching/learning process. Maintain and improve professional competence. Attend staff meetings and serve on staff committees as required. Work cooperatively with other personnel and supervisors in planning and carrying out school and district goals. Employ practices that will involve parents in the education of their child. Perform other duties as assigned by the Principal.
Salary for this position shall be commensurate with the years of experience as determined under the policies and procedures of the Moss Point School District and in accordance with the pay scale.