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Summersville R-II | 'Technology Coordinator' | 'Technology Education' -- (posted 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for a Technology Coordinator position for the 2017-2018 school year. Salary will depend on experience and expertise. Experience with network managing and hardware repair a plus. The ability to troubleshoot problems and handle the influx of new technologies is required. Interested individuals should send a resume, cover letter, and completed application to Rick Stark, Superintendent, 525 Rogers Avenue, Summersville, MO 65571.

Summersville R-II | 'Technology Coordinator' | 'Technology' -- (posted 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for a Technology Coordinator position for the 2017-2018 school year. Salary will depend on experience and expertise. Experience with network managing and hardware repair a plus. The ability to troubleshoot problems and handle the influx of new technologies is required. Interested individuals should send a resume, cover letter, and completed application to Rick Stark, Superintendent, 525 Rogers Avenue, Summersville, MO 65571.

Summersville R-II | 'Bus Drivers' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District needs bus drivers for morning and afternoon routes, as well as for activity trips. Substitute drivers are also needed. Great extra income for part time work. We will also assist people in earning their CDL and Bus Endorsement classification.

Summersville R-II | 'SLP or SLP-A' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for a Speech Pathologist (SLP) and/or SLP Assistant for the 2017-2018 school year for Pre K-12 students. Interested applicants must hold a valid license from the Missouri Board of Healing Arts. SLP applicants must also have a Master in Science in Speech Pathology. SLP-A applicants must at least have a B.S. in Communication Disorders. Knowledge of the Special Education process and providing speech therapy are required.

Summersville R-II | 'SLP or SLP-A' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for a Speech Pathologist (SLP) and/or SLP Assistant for the 2017-2018 school year for Pre K-12 students. Interested applicants must hold a valid license from the Missouri Board of Healing Arts. SLP applicants must also have a Master in Science in Speech Pathology. SLP-A applicants must at least have a B.S. in Communication Disorders. Knowledge of the Special Education process and providing speech therapy are required.

Summersville R-II | 'Special Education Educator' | 'School Psychological Examiner' -- (revised 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for an open special education teaching position for the 2017-2018 school year. The district is leaving an early childhood special education cooperative at the end of the current fiscal year; therefore, this position will be partly responsible for overseeing the early childhood special education program, so experience in this area is helpful. Ensuring various supplemental services are provided to students is to be handled by this position, too. Utilizing the speech implementer model may be necessary, as well.

Summersville R-II | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 12/8/2016)
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for an open special education teaching position for the 2017-2018 school year. The district is leaving an early childhood special education cooperative at the end of the current fiscal year; therefore, this position will be partly responsible for overseeing the early childhood special education program, so experience in this area is helpful. Ensuring various supplemental services are provided to students is to be handled by this position, too. Utilizing the speech implementer model may be necessary, as well.

Waynesville R-VI | 'Elementary 1-6 Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 12/6/2016)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking an elementary 1-6 teacher. All applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/.

Maries Co. R-II | '9-12 High School Principal' | 'Secondary Principal' -- (revised 12/9/2016)
JOB DESCRIPTION – SR. HIGH PRINCIPAL (9-12) JOB TITLE: Sr. High School Principal QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Has a current Missouri certification appropriate for the administration of assigned building. 2. Meets any other requirements set forth by state and/or local policies. RESPONSIBLE TO: Superintendent of Schools JOB GOAL: To provide leadership in planning, organizing, directing, evaluating and coordinating the school program. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Establishes and maintains an effective learning climate in the school. 2. Schedules classes in accordance with building and district needs. 3. Supervises the guidance program to enhance individual student education and development. 4. Establishes guidelines for proper student conduct and maintaining student discipline. 5. Supervision Responsibilities: a. Teachers and other professional staff assigned to the building. b. In cooperation with the appropriate support services supervisor, coordinates or supervises such support services as maintenance, transportation, food services, financial and accounting functions, secretarial services, and the use of instructional aides. 6. Plans, organizes, and directs implementation of school activities, including athletics and other extra-curricular events with assistance from the District Activities Director. 7. Assumes responsibility for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the curriculum in cooperation with the curriculum coordinator. 8. Acts as liaison between the school and the community, interpreting activities and policies of the school and encouraging community participation in school life. 9. Orients newly assigned staff members and assists in their development, as appropriate. 10. Coordinates the sr. high school special education program in cooperation with the director of the Special Education. 11. Evaluates according to board policy the performance of those personnel under his/her supervision. 12. Prepares or supervises the preparation of reports, records, lists, budgets, and all other paperwork required or appropriate to the school’s administration. 13. Cooperates with college and university officials regarding teacher training and preparation. 14. In cooperation with district office personnel, assists in the preparation of the school’s budgetary requests, and monitors expenditures of funds. 15. Assumes supervision for all school-sponsored activities, functions, and athletic events. 16. Keeps abreast of current educational research, trends and developments as they pertain to the total educational program. 17. Make recommendations in the hiring, training, and assigning of school staff. 18. Supervises the instructional staff in the development and implementation of curriculum and student activities. 19. Develop and implement methods for evaluating student progress toward stated educational objectives. 20. Serves as a member of those committees designated by the Board or Superintendent of Schools 21. To perform such other responsibilities as directed by the Superintendent or Board of Education, or as described in Board policy. 22. Prepare and implement plans for emergency procedures as required. 23. Maintain high standards of student conduct and enforces discipline as necessary, according to due process to the rights of students. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated by the Superintendent in accordance with the provisions of the Maries Co. R-II Board of Education policies and the state law on “Evaluation of Professional Personnel”. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Length of contract, salary, benefits, and working conditions to be negotiated with the board.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Education Supervisor (DOR ED CO)' | 'Technology Education' -- (posted 12/5/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections -DORS Education has a full-time position located in Jefferson City, Missouri. Provide customer service to institutional schools by monitoring the procedures and daily operations of the stand-alone network school management and testing program application, the stand-alone student education program network and leisure library stand-alone network. Develop and monitor an ongoing educational program to assist school and library faculty to learn basic computer skills to allow them to integrate technology into their teaching/learning processes. Prepare and implement the technology fiscal year budget and monitor DORS Education technology expenditures. Act as chairperson of the Central Office Education Technology Committee. Keep pace with vendor developments and record keeping needs of the department. Instructional media development, monitoring, training and troubleshooting across the State Department of Corrections. Ability for extensive travel throughout the state of Missouri as needed to train, upgrade, etc. the approximate 700 computers used in the stand-alone school network.

Gasconade Co. R-II | 'Speech Language Pathologist/SLP Assistant' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 12/2/2016)
The Gasconade County R-II School District in Owensville is seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist or a Speech Language Pathology-Assistant (SLP-A) for grades K-12. Qualifications for the SLP: Education/Certification: Licensed as a Speech Language Pathologist in the State of Missouri. Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC) preferred. Skills/Abilities: Assist with identifying strengths and weaknesses of communication skills, Develop Individualized Education Programs, Implement appropriate speech and language goals, Serve as a resource to staff and parents regarding increasing communication skills of students, Collaborate with classroom teachers and other school staff members to implement therapy, Communicate clearly and effectively while displaying good interpersonal skills, Provide documentation of student progress which will also be used for direct service Medicaid billing. Salary Negotiable Qualifications for the SLP-A: Bachelors Degree in Speech Pathology or equivalent defined as 21 hours in five speech/language areas, 25 hours of observation and 25 hours of clinical assisting or practicum. Licensed through MO Board of Healing Arts. Skills/Abilities: Assist with the implementation of IEP's, screening, and documenting progress as well as other activities such as early intervening services and language literacy activities with non disabled students under the supervision of a licensed SLP. Serve as a resource to staff and parents regarding increasing communication skills of students, Collaborate with classroom teachers and other school staff members to implement therapy, Communicate clearly and effectively while displaying good interpersonal skills.

Steelville R-III | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 12/2/2016)
The Steelville School District is seeking two, cross-categorical, special education paraprofessionals. Candidates must have 60 college credit hours to apply. Candidates must apply online by going to the district website. The selected candidates will be able to: *Provide appropriate educational support services to students *Work 1 on 1 to provide behavior interventions to selected student or students *Adhere to Individual Education Plans *Attend faculty meetings and serves on committees as assigned *Complete other duties assigned by building principal and/or special education director *Collaborate with IEP team and staff to develop appropriate staffing for students *Attend professional development as assigned by district/building level administrators *Adheres to all federal, state, and local policies

Gasconade Co. R-II | 'High School English Teacher' | 'English' -- (posted 12/1/2016)
The Gasconade Co. R-II School District is seeking applications for a English/Language Arts Teacher at Owensville High School grades 9-12. The position is for the 2017-2018 school year. Missouri 9-12 English Certification is required, and Masters certification preferred. Contact Cindy Hawkins, high school principal with questions at chawkins@dutchmen.us. Information can be sent to High School English, Administrative Office, P.O. Box 536 Owensville, Missouri. You can obtain an application on-line at www.owensville.k12.mo.us.

Crocker R-II | 'H/S Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 12/1/2016)
Certification in Mathematics 9-12, Physical Science and STEM

Waynesville R-VI | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 12/1/2016)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking a paraprofessional. All interested applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/.

Richards R-V | 'Counselor K-8' | 'Counselor- Elementary' -- (revised 12/2/2016)
The Richards R-V School District is seeking applicants for the position of elementary school guidance counselor for the 2017-2018 school year. Interviews will be conducted until the position is filled. Send a formal letter of application, resume with certifications held, and letters of reference to Richards R-V School District, 3461 County Road 1710, West Plains, Mo. attention Dr. Melonie Bunn. Call Dr. Bunn at 417-256-5239 or e-mail at mbunn@richardsschool.k12.mo.us if you have questions regarding the position.

Crawford Co. R-II | 'Assistant Superintendent' | 'Assistant Superintendent' -- (posted 11/30/2016)
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Specialist Degree in Education Administration from an accredited college or university. 2. Shall possess Missouri Superintendent Certification or eligibility thereof 3. Minimum of four (4) years of building leadership experience required REPORTS TO: Superintendent JOB GOAL: To assist the superintendent substantially and effectively in the task of providing leadership in developing, achieving, and maintaining, the best possible educational programs and services. The Assistant Superintendent will direct and coordinate the broad aspects of grants and federal programs, curriculum and instruction, MSIP preparation, core data, food service, ESOL, safety, and transportation. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 1. The Assistant Superintendent shall be recommended for employment by the Superintendent of Schools in consultation with the Board of Education from qualified applicants. 2. The salary of the Assistant Superintendent shall be determined by the Board of Education pursuant to recommendation by the Superintendent of Schools annually and shall be commensurate with training, experience and effective performance of professional responsibilities. Expected salary range is $85,000 - $105,000. 3. The Assistant Superintendent shall be on a two (2) year contract with twenty vacation days given annually, exclusive of holidays. 4. The Assistant Superintendent shall be evaluated annually by the Superintendent of Schools.

West Plains R-VII | 'Early Childhood Special Education Classroom Teacher ' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 11/29/2016)
The West Plains School District is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) classroom teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. The ECSE program serves special needs students ages 3-5. This is a self-contained classroom with students attending four days a week for a 1/2 day at a time. This teacher will serve approximately 10-12 students per session with a classroom paraprofessional available for assistance as needed. The successful candidate must hold or be able to obtain certification in Early Childhood Special Education B-3. Certification in additional content areas will be considered a positive as well. The successful candidate must have a good understanding of the IEP process and the ability to write as well as implement IEP's.

West Plains R-VII | 'High School Science' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 11/28/2016)
West Plains Public Schools is curently seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of high school science teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. The successful candidate(s) will have certification in Biology, Chemistry, or Unified Science. West Plains High School houses approximately 1050 students grades 9-12. West Plains High School has a rich tradition of academic excellence. In addition, a variety of curricular and co-curricular activities are offered to enhance and develop students individual strengths and skills. Successful candidate(s) will possess the ability to actively engage students in the learning process and the ability to provide opportunities for students to achieve their maximum potential. Candidates should have a working knowledge of Professional Learning Communities, Missouri Learning Standards, and Response to Intervention. The successful candidate(s) will also be able to interpret and utilize data to support curriculum decisions and determine effectiveness of instruction.

St. James R-I | 'Early Childhood Special Ed Paraprofessional' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 11/21/2016)
POSITION TITLE SPECIAL EDUCATION PARAPROFESSIONAL REPORTS TO: SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER AND ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT QUALIFICATIONS High School Diploma or equivalent. Sixty college hours or has passed Paraprofessional Assessment (required for School wide Title 1 buildings only). Experience and training in working with children with special needs is desired. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Perform clerical duties such as preparing daily assignment sheets, tests, filing, typing, copying and grading student work. Assist in small group or individual instruction. Assist the teacher by monitoring student behavior and on-task time. Assist students with personal care as needed on an individual basis. Participate in professional development activities as necessary to meet district and state requirements for in-service. Comply with federal, state, local, and Board of Education policies and regulations. Any other duties as assigned by the special education teacher with the approval of the Director of Special Services. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT Employment is on an annual basis. This is an at-will position. The Superintendent of Schools makes employment recommendations in April of each year for the next fiscal year. The final decision is made by the Board of Education. Salary is based on the Classified Salary Schedule adopted annually by the Board of Education. EVALUATION An annual evaluation is conducted by the supervising special education teacher each year using the evaluation method adopted by the Board of Education.

Salem R-80 | 'Head Volleyball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 11/18/2016)
The Salem R-80 School District is now accepting applications for a high school head volleyball coach for the 2017-2018 school year. Salem is a progressive district located in South-Central Missouri, 25 miles south of Rolla in the heart of the Ozark Scenic Riverways. Strong community support and a focus on instruction make Salem R-80 a desirable district in which to work and live. Interested applicants should complete an online application at http://salemr80tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. Questions can be directed to John Smith, Assistant Superintendent, 1409 West Rolla Road, Salem, MO 65560, by email at jsmith@salem.k12.mo.us or by calling (573) 729-6642.

Salem R-80 | 'Head Softball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 11/18/2016)
The Salem R-80 School District is now accepting applications for a high school head softball coach for the 2017-2018 school year. Salem is a progressive district located in South-Central Missouri, 25 miles south of Rolla in the heart of the Ozark Scenic Riverways. Strong community support and a focus on instruction make Salem R-80 a desirable district in which to work and live. Interested applicants should complete an online application at http://salemr80tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. Questions can be directed to John Smith, Assistant Superintendent, 1409 West Rolla Road, Salem, MO 65560, by email at jsmith@salem.k12.mo.us or by calling (573) 729-6642.

Salem R-80 | 'High School Math' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 11/18/2016)
The Salem R-80 School District is now accepting applications for a high school math teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Salem is a progressive district located in South-Central Missouri, 25 miles south of Rolla in the heart of the Ozark Scenic Riverways. Strong community support and a focus on instruction make Salem R-80 a desirable district in which to work and live. Interested applicants should complete an online application at http://salemr80tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. Questions can be directed to John Smith, Assistant Superintendent, 1409 West Rolla Road, Salem, MO 65560, by email at jsmith@salem.k12.mo.us or by calling (573) 729-6642.

Salem R-80 | 'High School Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 11/18/2016)
The Salem R-80 School District is now accepting applications for a high school science teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Salem is a progressive district located in South-Central Missouri, 25 miles south of Rolla in the heart of the Ozark Scenic Riverways. Strong community support and a focus on instruction make Salem R-80 a desirable district in which to work and live. Interested applicants should complete an online application at http://salemr80tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. Questions can be directed to John Smith, Assistant Superintendent, 1409 West Rolla Road, Salem, MO 65560, by email at jsmith@salem.k12.mo.us or by calling (573) 729-6642.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Vocational Teacher (Basic Customer Service) (CCC)' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (revised 11/17/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time Vocational Teaching position in the field of Basic Customer Service. Proficient in Professional Development, Keyboarding, Business Record Keeping, Business Communications, Data Entry, Customer Service, All aspects of Microsoft Office Suite. For further information you may contact: Sharon Grant @ 660-646-4032 ext: 1261 or Sharon.Grant@doc.mo.gov or Larry Luetjen @ 573-522-6951.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Academic Teacher I,II,III (FRDC)' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 11/16/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time position for Academic Teacher located at Fulton Reception, Diagnostic & Correctional Center in Fulton, Missouri. This is entry-level to senior-level professional work in the instruction of pupils of normal or impaired learning ability in a state correctional, youth, and/or mental health facility. Teaches subject matter appropriate to educational background and certification by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Instructs juvenile offenders, patients/residents, or adult offenders in state facilities in elementary or secondary school subjects, or in related areas. Adheres to the state-approved course of study, but is required to exercise considerable ingenuity and flexibility in adapting a program to fit the needs, abilities, and conditions distinctive to pupils in a variety of state facilities. Administers and scores pre/post tests. Plans and outlines class work within prescribed limits; assembles and prepares learning materials for special study. Functions as part of a teaching team and assists in developing, implementing, and evaluating individual educational plans. Assists with supervisory educational activities, or may perform limited supervisory responsibilities in a small facility school while participating in the teaching program. Participates in teacher conferences, meetings, and educational research projects. Maintains scholastic and attendance records. Confers with parents and/or students regarding students' needs, progress, and/or abilities; provides individual instruction and encouragement as needed. Orders necessary supplies and materials. Receives general supervision from an Education Supervisor or other designated administrator, with review primarily for determining adherence to curriculum standards and maintenance of proper discipline. Performs other related work as assigned.

Fairview R-XI | 'Elementary Art Teacher' | 'Elementary Art' -- (revised 11/17/2016)
Fairview R-XI school is seeking to hire an art teacher to work with students in grades K-8 for the 2017-18 school year. Proper certification required.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Education Assistant I,II (WMCC)' | 'Education' -- (posted 11/14/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections currently has a full-time position open for an Education Assistant I,II, located at Western Missouri Correctional Center, Cameron, Missouri. Assists in the preparation of educational and teaching materials. Obtains, prepares, and maintains educational equipment and/or machines as required. Corrects completed work of students and assigns additional work. Prepares behavioral/participation notes and records of achievement; compiles reports and other information. Maintains inventory of educational materials, supplies, equipment, and library books; obtains replacements as required. Prepares attendance records and checks on tardy or absentee students. Observes individual students in oral-reading assignments. Conducts prepared lessons for individuals or small groups in the presence of a teacher. Supervises students using computers, tape recorders, and other teaching equipment. Tutors students in basic skills using methods and materials prescribed. Supervises students when the teacher is temporarily absent from the classroom. Provides one-on-one intervention for a student who is losing control in a group setting and needs to be temporarily removed from the over-stimulating situation. May be assigned to follow educational plans on a "substitute teacher" basis for limited periods under close supervision. Administers informal tests or periodic achievement reviews under the direction of a teacher.

Crocker R-II | 'Speech/Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 11/17/2016)
Speech/Language pathologist and Speech Language Pathologist Assistant for Early Childhood and K-12. Knowledge of the Special Education process and in providing speech therapy preferred.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Vocational Education Supervisor (WMCC)' | 'Vocational Supervisor' -- (revised 11/23/2016)
The Department of Corrections has a full-time Supervisory position located at Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron, Missouri. This is a professional supervisory position working within administration and coordination of vocational education in an all male correctional institution. A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; and, Four or more years of professional experience as a supervisor or administrator of adult or secondary-level educational programs; teacher at the high school level or above; vocational teacher; or trainer in a business, industrial, governmental, or military setting. (24 earned graduate credit hours from an accredited college or university in Education may substitute for one year of the required experience. A Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Education may substitute for two years of the required experience.) Special Requirements : Ability to obtain (at the time of employment) certification as a Vocational Adult Education Supervisor or Career Education Director as issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Stoutland R-II | 'High School Math Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 10/27/2016)
Stoutland High School has an immediate opening for a high school math teacher. Applications can be found on the district website www.stoutlandschools.com. Contact Tami Bobbitt at 417-286-3711 for any additional information.

Oak Hill R-I | 'Elementary Principal' | 'Elementary Principal' -- (revised 10/20/2016)
Mr. Deron Gibbs has served as a combined Superintendent and Principal for the District since the 2014 school year. With his announcement of retirement, Oak Hill is now seeking to fill the administrative position for the 2018 school year and beyond. The Board is seeking a highly motivated and innovative person who can successfully fill both the Principal and Superintendent roles. However, they are also open to hiring a full-time principal and part-time Superintendent if a dually qualified and experienced applicant cannot be found. School administrators interested in filling this position need to contact Mr. Deron Gibbs @ (573) 729-5618. Those interested may obtain more detailed information related to this announcement at the school’s website: district.oakhillr1.k12.mo.us . Application deadline is November 21st.

Oak Hill R-I | 'Superintendent' | 'Superintendent' -- (revised 10/20/2016)
The Oak Hill R-1 School District is located just south of Salem, Mo on Highway 19. The rural District is quite large geographically, spanning throughout southern Dent and northern Shannon Counties. The school serves approximately 140 students in preschool through eighth grade. Secondary students are transported to the neighboring Salem R-80 School District to receive their high school education. Although small in number, the District is home to an exceptional group of students, as well as highly dedicated teachers and support staff members.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Special Education Teacher I,II,III (FCC)' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 10/14/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time opening for a Special Education Teacher located at Farmington Correctional (FCC) in Farmington, Missouri. You MUST apply at http://www.ease.mo.gov This will place your name on the merit register for qualification for interviews.

Houston R-I | 'Agriculture Teacher' | 'High School' -- (posted 10/6/2016)
Houston R-1 School District is seeking a Missouri Certified 9-12 Agriculture Teacher for the 2017-2018 School year. The teaching assignment will include but is not limited to courses such as Ag Science I and II, AG Construction I, and Conservation/Forestry. This position also includes the advisor for the local FFA Chapter. The candidate will work with other vocational instructors to plan steering/advisory committee meetings. The district's focus is on hiring a passionate, energetic and dynamic individual who desires to build a successful agricultural education program that meets the needs of our students and prepares them for the agricultural world of the 21st century. Houston R-1 Schools is a fully engaged professional learning community school district with a high school student population of about 360 students. Houston, Missouri is located in south central Missouri in Texas County with a very strong support for our agricultural programs. You may also contact High School Principal Amy Smith at 417-967-3024 Ext:451. Position will remain open until filled.

Winona R-III | 'School Guidance Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (posted 10/4/2016)
The Winona R-III School District is now accepting applications for a K-12 Guidance Counselor, for the 2017-2018 school year. Applicants must hold appropriate credentials and Missouri certification or have the ability to obtain such certification prior to the beginning of the 2017-18 school year. Please submit application, proof of certification, resume, and letters of reference to jlasplin@winonar3.org, or mail to Winona School Superintendent Office PO Box 248 Winona Mo. 65588. For questions or further information on the position please call 573-325-8101 ext. 328. Application for employment can be found at www.winonar3.org. Deadline to apply is December 31, 2016. Applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted by phone prior to January 15, 2017.

Crawford Co. R-I | 'Substitute Teachers' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 10/3/2016)
Substitute Teachers are needed at Crawford County R-I School District in Bourbon, MO for all grade levels. Please apply by using this link: https://crawford.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

St. James R-I | 'Early Childhood Special Ed / Speech Implementor' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 10/7/2016)
Opening for a 1/2 time ECSE teacher/ 1/2 time Speech Implementor. The candidate must have ECSE certification and be willing to be trained as a Speech Implementor. The position will evolve as the caseload grows. This position is only guaranteed for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year. POSITION TITLE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER REPORTS TO:  BUILDING PRINCIPAL(S) QUALIFICATIONS   A Bachelor’s Degree or higher with the appropriate course work to meet the certification requirements established by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.  Such alternatives to the qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.   SUPERVISES   The Special Education Teacher may supervise a paraprofessional (teacher assistant) working in the special education classroom or assigned to a student on their caseload.   DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES   PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES   The Special Education Teacher will participate in the special education team process as deemed appropriate to identify students with disabilities. When a student is referred, the Special Education Teacher will do a review of existing data. Develop and implement Individual Education Programs (IEP) for students in the special education program in cooperation with the parents and regular education personnel. Maintain contact with the parents of the special education students, occupational therapy providers, and the speech/language pathology providers. Maintain contact with the regular education teachers of special education students. Prepare materials and provide prescriptive instruction in order to meet the goals and objectives of the individual students as outlined in the IEPs. Maintain order and establish an environment conducive to learning in the classroom. Maintain the proper records for each student on his/her caseload as outlined by the Special Education Compliance Program Review Standards and Indicators and district format for file maintenance. Attend professional workshops and staff meetings as necessary. Supervise any paraprofessional assigned to the classroom. Evaluate the performance of paraprofessionals. Assist the building personnel (principal, counselor, and regular education teachers) with scheduling for special education students. Comply with federal, state, local, and Board of Education policies and regulations. Provide quarterly progress reports. Any other duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent or the building principal(s).   TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT   Employment is on an annual basis.  The Assistant Superintendent makes employment recommendations in March of each year for the next fiscal year.  The final decision is made by the Board of Education.  Salary is based on the Certificated Salary Schedule adopted annually by the Board of Education.   EVALUATION Performance in this position will be evaluated annually by the Assistant Superintendent and the Building Principal(s).  

Rolla 31 | 'Chief Financial Officer' | 'Administration' -- (posted 9/22/2016)
For complete job description, salary information and timeframe, please apply online at http://rolla.k12.mo.us/. Thank you!

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Vocational Teacher I,II,III (Culinary Arts) CCC' | 'Vocational' -- (revised 11/7/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time teaching position in Culinary Arts located at Chillicothe Correctional Center located in Chillicothe, Mo. Possession of a High School Diploma or a High School Equivalency Certificate is required with three or more years of formal experience in the field of Culinary Arts. Requirements will also include completing four classes online within the first two years of employment, to acquire certification with the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Vocational Teacher (Welding) (MCC)' | 'Vocational' -- (revised 11/29/2016)
The Department of Corrections has a full-time Vocational Teacher position in Welding located at Moberly Correctional Center in Moberly, Mo. Job Description: Plans and prepares the course outline and content. Develops and reviews teaching aids and materials. Supervises and instructs students in basic and advanced career or technical occupational skills (e.g. plumbing, welding, carpentry, automotive mechanics, electrical wiring, metalworking, computer repair, food service, cosmetology, etc.). Conducts formal instruction in the theories of career and technical occupations. Prepares various types of equipment necessary for teaching sessions. Prepares reports based on student attendance, performance, progress, and skills assimilation. Maintains equipment in good operating condition and in accordance to manufacturer's safety standards. Develops lesson plans, prepares pre-assessment evaluations, and establishes learning objectives in accordance with program goals. Maintains discipline in accordance with established policies. Orders supplies; maintains inventory and other records. Teaches pro-social behavioral patterns conducive to success in an occupation, including safety, health, ethics, employability, and related skills. Assists lower level teachers in developing teaching skills. Exercises a high degree of independence in the performance of responsibilities; receives administrative direction to ensure conformance with established guidelines. Performs other related work as assigned. Qualifications: Possession of a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Certificate is required with a minimum of three or more years of formal experience in the field of Welding. Requirements also include completing 4 online classes to acquire certification with the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Academic Teacher I,II,III (ERDCC)' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (revised 11/29/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has an Academic Teacher position located at Eastern Reception, Diagnostic & Correctional Center in Bonne Terre, MO. Job Description: This description may not include all of the duties, knowledge, skills, or abilities associated with this classification. Teaches subject matter appropriate to educational background and certification by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Instructs juvenile offenders, patients/residents, or adult offenders in state facilities in elementary or secondary school subjects, or in related areas. Adheres to the state-approved course of study, but is required to exercise considerable ingenuity and flexibility in adapting a program to fit the needs, abilities, and conditions distinctive to pupils in a variety of state facilities. Administers and scores pre/post tests. Plans and outlines class work within prescribed limits; assembles and prepares learning materials for special study. Functions as part of a teaching team and assists in developing, implementing, and evaluating individual educational plans. Assists with supervisory educational activities, or may perform limited supervisory responsibilities in a small facility school while participating in the teaching program. Participates in teacher conferences, meetings, and educational research projects. Maintains scholastic and attendance records. Confers with parents and/or students regarding students' needs, progress, and/or abilities; provides individual instruction and encouragement as needed. Orders necessary supplies and materials. Receives general supervision from an Education Supervisor or other designated administrator, with review primarily for determining adherence to curriculum standards and maintenance of proper discipline. Performs other related work as assigned. Minimum Qualifications - Applicants must meet one of the following eligibility requirements: (The following minimum qualifications will determine merit system eligibility and may be used to evaluate applicants for Missouri Uniform Classification and Pay System positions not requiring selection from merit registers.) Eighteen or more months of experience as an Academic Teacher II with the Missouri Uniform Classification and Pay System. OR A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in appropriate coursework or in the field of Education; and, Four or more years of post-baccalaureate teaching experience in a school accredited by a governing agency (such as the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education or the North Central Association on Accreditation and School Improvement). OR A Master's degree from an accredited college or university in appropriate coursework or in the field of Education; and, Two or more years of post-baccalaureate teaching experience in a school accredited by a governing agency (such as the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education or the North Central Association on Accreditation and School Improvement). Special Requirements Ability to obtain (at the time of employment or no later than end of probationary period ) an appropriate Temporary Authorization Certificate (TAC) issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education OR an Adult Education and Literacy Certificate (AEL) issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education OR American Board for Certification of Teachers of Excellence (ABCTE).

St. James R-I | 'Speech and Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 11/11/2016)
Please see job description and please apply online at: http://www.applitrack.com/stjschools/onlineapp/default.aspx

Houston R-I | 'Speech/Language Pathologist or Assistant' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 10/4/2016)
Speech/Language Pathologist or Speech/Language Pathology Assistant needed on a temporary basis for the 16-17 school year to serve Exceptional Child Education Cooperative Schools based in Houston, Missouri. SLP applicants must hold a Master of Science in Speech Pathology, SLP-A applicants must hold a B.S. in Communication Disorders or Speech Pathology. Therapist is not responsible for administering assessments or report writing, but is responsible for writing IEPs, some observations and working on IEP goals and monitoring progress with students pre-K-12.

Cabool R-IV | '9-12 Math' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 9/27/2016)
Cabool High School is looking for a math teacher for the 2017-2018 school year.

Fairview R-XI | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 11/17/2016)
The Fairview R-XI School District is now accepting applications for elementary teaching positions for the 2017-18 school year. Proper certification required. Successful candidate will possess a working knowledge of Professional Learning Communities, Readers/Writer's Workshop, and Response to Intervention.





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