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Sparta R-III | 'Sparta High School 9-12 Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (posted 6/19/2018)
Sparta R-3 School District is seeking a high school counselor for grades 9-12, for the 2018-19 school year. Candidates must have a valid Missouri Counselor's certificate or seeking certification.  Additional contracted days will be included. An application can be completed online on the district website at www.sparta.k12.mo.us. This position will be open until filled.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Kindergarten Teacher. Early Childhood Education' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 6/19/2018)
The Aurora R-VIII School District is seeking applicants for an early childhood teaching position for the 2018-19 school year at the Pate Early Childhood Center (Grades PK-2). Applicants must possess current certification for the position, demonstrate a student-centered philosophy on education, and be proficient in understanding quality instructional practices to increase student achievement. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are necessary for success in this position. Benefits include a Board-paid health insurance stipend and paid sick/personal leave days. Salary dependent upon years of experience and level of education - salary schedule, personnel guide, and 2018-19 school calendar can be found on the District's website - www.aurorar8.org. Application packet should include completed application from the District website, at least 3 references, and a copy of certification and transcripts (you must complete the online application). Application deadline for this position is June 23, 2018. Please do not apply from this website. Please access the district website for application. For additional information, please contact Dr. Mykie Nash, Pate Early Childhood Center Principal, at 417-678-1552 or by email at mynash@aurorar8.org.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Mathematics Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 6/19/2018)
Pleasant Hope High School is accepting applications for a Mathematics Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Please submit cover letter, certified application from the www.phr6.org website, resume, transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and teaching license or proof to be able to obtain one by start of school year. This position will include the classes of Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry. Coaching positions are available to anyone that may be interested as well. Please submit application materials to Brent Offerdahl, High School Principal, Pleasant Hope R-6, 303 N. Main St. Pleasant Hope MO 65725. If possible, please email information to bofferdahl@phr6.org for faster processing. The position will remain open until filled.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Paraprofessional/ISS classroom monitor (5-12)' | 'Other' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
The Pleasant Hope School District, (located at the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch), is seeking a paraprofessional to serve in the ISS classroom for the 2018-2019 school year. Pleasant Hope offers a competitive salary, full health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. The successful candidate will have a valid Missouri substitute teaching certificate, an understanding of the Missouri Learning Standards, a desire to work collaboratively as a team member in a Professional Learning Community, and the ability to effectively integrate technology in the classroom. The candidate needs to possess knowledge, experience and expertise in instruction of students with disabilities, as well as, demonstrate competency and compliance in the special education process. Experience teaching special education students in small group settings focusing on emotional behavioral supports and spectrum disorders is preferred; however, experience is preferred but not required. Additionally, the candidate should have experience implementing behavioral plans designed by the IEP team for students with behavior disorders or other special conditions for the purpose of presenting and reinforcing learning concepts.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Special Education Paraprofessionals (Elementary)' | 'Other' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
Aurora R-8 is seeking special education paraprofessionals to work in classrooms and with individual students at the elementary level for this school year. The applicant must have 60 college hours or have passed the Para Praxis Pro. A college degree or someone working towards a teaching degree is preferred. They must also be willing to help with personal hygiene tasks, be able to lift/position a student, and help with personal tasks as well as assist with academics. The person must be able to document well and be able to work with a variety of people. A complete application packet includes the district on-line application (www.aurorar8.org), 3 letters of reference, resume, and cover letter. Questions may be sent to Dr. Brenda Lakin, Director of Special Education. For more information you can e-mail blakin@aurorar8.org. Positions will be posted until filled.

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Social Studies ' | 'High School' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
9th - 12th Grade

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Art' | 'High School' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
9th-12th Grade

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
Assistant Football Coach

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Physical Education ' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
6th -8th Grade

Dallas Co. R-I | 'Elementary Classroom Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 6/18/2018)
Dallas County R-1 Schools is currently seeking enthusiastic and highly motivated classroom teachers to fill positions in their Preschool-4th grade building in the 2018-2019 school year. The ideal candidate will be driven to provide meaningful experiences and engaging lessons. Experience in Balanced Literacy Model, knowledge of Positive Behavior Support, the ability to effectively use technology in the classroom and an understanding of the Missouri Learning Standards is desired. Valid Missouri Certification , either B-3 or 1-6 is required. Salary is based on the board approved salary schedule, with competitive benefit package. Visit www.bisonpride.org to apply.

Forsyth R-III | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 6/18/2018)
The Forsyth R-III School District is accepting applications for a special education teacher for students in grades K-4 for the 2018-2019 school year. The applicant must hold a valid mild/moderate cross categorical Missouri teaching certificate and possess experience and/or knowledge of IEP development. Successful candidates should be able to work well with students with a variety of abilities and disabilities, demonstrate initiative, and communicate well with faculty and parents. To be considered for this position, submit a letter of interest, resume, and three letters of reference in person to Michelle Phelan in the Special Services Office or by email to mphelan@forsythr3.k12.mo.us.

Sparta R-III | 'Special Education Paraprofessional Aide' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 6/19/2018)
The Sparta R-3 School District has openings for Special Education Paraprofessional Aides. These are full-time positions with benefits available. Starting salary based on previous experience. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Anna Bumgarner, Special Services Coordinator, at 417-634-5518 or abumgarner@sparta.k12.mo.us.  ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must have a minimum of 60 Credit Hours, or passed either the Para Pro Assessment or the Paraprofessional Assessment 2. Must have the ability to deal pleasantly with staff, students and the community. 3. Must have the ability to lift at least fifty (50) pounds.

Monett R-I | 'Monett Elementary School K-2nd Gr. Teacher - 2018/2019' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 6/15/2018)
The Monett R-1 School District is seeking an Elementary (K-2) teacher for the 2018-19 school year. Applicants must be willing to work collaboratively as a team member of a Professional Learning Community, relate well to young children, and be an effective classroom manager. Applicants must be willing to work collaboratively as a team member of a Professional Learning Community, relate well to young children, and be an effective classroom manager. Applications accepted until position is filled.

Humansville R-IV | 'Speech/Language Specialist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 6/15/2018)
The Humansville R-IV School District has an opening for a speech and language pathologist and/or a speech and language pathologist assistant for the 2018-19 school year. The speech/language pathologist must hold a valid license from the State Board of Healing Art and also certified through DESE. The speech/language pathology assistant must have a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders or a Bachelors Degree in Speech Pathology and be licensed through the State Board of Healing Arts. A minimum of 10 years experience is preferred. Interested applicants should send a resume to Superintendent Tammy Erwin at tammy.erwin@humansville.k12.mo.us Applications can be downloaded from www.humansville.k12.mo.us. or requested by calling (417) 754-2535. Position open until filled.

Bolivar R-I | 'Parents As Teachers Educator' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 6/15/2018)
The Bolivar R-I School District is accepting applications for a Parents As Teachers Educator position for the 2018-2019 school year. See job description at www.bolivarschools.org for qualifications and requirements. The Bolivar R-I School District is a Professional Learning Community serving nearly 2,700 students. Bolivar is located 25 miles north of Springfield in southwest Missouri. External applicants MUST apply online at www.bolivarschools.org. In-district applicants may send a letter of interest Lori Sechler at Central Office.

East Newton Co. R-VI | 'Second Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 6/15/2018)
East Newton Schools has an opening for a 2nd Grade Teacher at Granby Elementary. The salary will be according to the adopted district salary schedule. East Newton has adopted a four (4) day school week.

Exeter R-VI | 'Head Boys Basketball Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 6/14/2018)
Exeter R-6 School District is currently seeking a Head Boys Basketball Coach for the 2018/19 school year. Experience coaching Basketball is a requirement. High school coaching experience is preferred. Exeter High School is a Class 1 school with approximately 120 students in grades 9-12. Exeter is located one hour southwest of Springfield in southwest Missouri.Submit online application at WWW.exeter.k12.mo.us or Send resume to Tim Jordan 101 Locust St. Exeter, Mo 65647 tjordan@exeter.k12.mo.us

Neosho R-V | 'Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 6/14/2018)
Neosho School District is looking for a PTA licensed in Missouri to provide school-based services 3 days per week. This is a contracted position.

Fordland R-III | 'Potential 8-12 Math Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 6/14/2018)
8-12 Math Job Posting The Fordland R-III School District is accepting applications for a potential 8-12 Math Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. This position will be responsible for one 8th grade Pre-Algebra class, Pre-Algebra, and upper level math classes such as Trigonometry and Calculus. Applicants must possess appropriate Missouri DESE certification. Previous experience is preferred, but not required. The ideal candidate should be capable of being a team member willing to work hard to help increase academic achievement, be energetic, and show a high level of enthusiasm. Student success is the key focus of Fordland Schools.

El Dorado Springs R-II | 'Speech Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 6/13/2018)
The El Dorado Springs R-II School District is seeking applicants for a Speech and Language Pathologist beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must possess a Masters Degree or higher in speech pathology from a college or university having a teacher education program approved by DESE. For an application or more information contact Shana Newman, Special Services Director at 417-876-3112 ext. 5.

Verona R-VII | 'Speech and Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 6/13/2018)
Verona R-7 is seeking applicants for a Speech and Language Pathologist and/or a Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants must be a licensed speech and language pathologist and/or be certified as a speech and language pathologist through the State of Missouri. Meet the standards in knowledge and competence in the communication areas of language, articulation/phonology, voice and fluency. Meet standards in knowledge and competence of the comprehensive speech and language evaluation process and also in generating educationally relative goals and objectives based on the communication needs of the individuals. Test and identify those students who are in need of speech/language services. Diagnose specific speech/language disorders. Schedule and conduct therapy for the students who require services. Plan and carry out the IEP as part of the transdisciplinary team. Consult with students, parents, and professionals concerning progress in speech/language services. Keep records, write reports, concerning the student's speech/language behavior. Attend and or conduct eligibility reviews and IEP meetings. Complete IEP paperwork for students. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Services.

Neosho R-V | 'Mathematics Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 6/13/2018)
The Neosho School District is searching for a certified Mathematics teacher for the 2018/2019 school for our Alternative School.

Lockwood R-I | 'Boys Basketball Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 6/13/2018)
The Lockwood School district is looking for a Head Boys Basketball coach. Interested applicants should email their resume to Superintendent Clay Lasater at clasater@tigersk12.org

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'MS/HS Library Aide' | 'Library Media Specialist' -- (posted 6/13/2018)
The Pleasant Hope R-VI School District, located 15 miles north of Springfield and south of Bolivar, is seeking to employ a dynamic and student-focused Middle/High School Library Aide to join our team for the 2018-19 school year. Pleasant Hope offers a competitive salary, full health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. The successful candidate will have completed 60 undergraduate hours, valid substitute teaching certificate and possess a desire to work collaboratively as a team member in a professional learning community. JOB DUTIES INCLUDE: The ideal candidate would possess the ability to, catalog books and periodicals in the library inventory, checking in/out procedures including assigning new accounts to students, assisting students and teachers with finding appropriate resources, various clerical duties associated with library inventory, operation of a reading comprehension program as well as other school testing software such as IXL, assist teachers with multimedia usage and checkout, assist students with copying documents, supervise students independently while in the library, understanding of the google interface, i.e. google docs, sheets, slides, classroom, etc., and the ability to learn and work within the Tyler Student Information System, and other duties as needed. Applicants should send the following materials to Mr. Brent T. Dunning, Middle School Principal, via email (bdunning@phr6.org) or mail to 515 McCurry Street, Pleasant Hope, MO 65725. 1. Resume 2. Copy of college transcripts 3. Pleasant Hope Support Staff Application - Found at phr6.org under Employment Opportunities Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'MS/HS Library Aide' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 6/13/2018)
The Pleasant Hope R-VI School District, located 15 miles north of Springfield and south of Bolivar, is seeking to employ a dynamic and student-focused Middle/High School Library Aide to join our team for the 2018-19 school year. Pleasant Hope offers a competitive salary, full health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. The successful candidate will have completed 60 undergraduate hours, valid substitute teaching certificate and possess a desire to work collaboratively as a team member in a professional learning community. JOB DUTIES INCLUDE: The ideal candidate would possess the ability to, catalog books and periodicals in the library inventory, checking in/out procedures including assigning new accounts to students, assisting students and teachers with finding appropriate resources, various clerical duties associated with library inventory, operation of a reading comprehension program as well as other school testing software such as IXL, assist teachers with multimedia usage and checkout, assist students with copying documents, supervise students independently while in the library, understanding of the google interface, i.e. google docs, sheets, slides, classroom, etc., and the ability to learn and work within the Tyler Student Information System, and other duties as needed. Applicants should send the following materials to Mr. Brent T. Dunning, Middle School Principal, via email (bdunning@phr6.org) or mail to 515 McCurry Street, Pleasant Hope, MO 65725. 1. Resume 2. Copy of college transcripts 3. Pleasant Hope Support Staff Application - Found at phr6.org under Employment Opportunities Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Dallas Co. R-I | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 6/12/2018)
Dallas County R-1 Schools is currently seeking a Special Education Teacher, with cross categorical certification, for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicant is responsible for managing a caseload, implementing IEP's, providing core instruction on a variety of levels, and completing required paperwork. The applicant will need to be able to collaborate effectively with other district team members, analyze data and communicate regularly with parents. Professionalism and effective interpersonal skills are a must. Salary is based on the Board approved salary schedule, with a competitive benefit package. Visit www.bisonpride.org to apply. Please contact Brent Sharp, Director of Special Services at brent.sharp@bisonpride.org

Monett R-I | 'Special Education Paraprofessional - 2018/2019' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 6/12/2018)
Monett R-1 School District is seeking applicants for Special Education Paraprofessional positions for the 2018-2019 school year. Successful candidates should be able to work well with students with a variety of abilities and disabilities, demonstrate initiative, and communicate well with students and staff. Required: Minimum of 60 college credit hours and a substitute teaching certificate; a college degree or certified teaching certificate is a plus. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Golden City R-III | 'Art Teacher (K-12)' | 'Art' -- (posted 6/12/2018)
The Golden City R-III School District is seeking candidates for the position of K-12 Art Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must have a valid Missouri teaching certificate and hold appropriate certification in the areas of instruction. Student Council sponsor will likely be tied to this position, and possible coaching positions may be available as well. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume with references, a completed application, and a copy of your certification and transcripts by mail to: Golden City R-III School District, Attn: Jamie Baker, 1208 Walnut St., Golden City, MO 64748 or by e-mail to: jbaker@goldencity.k12.mo.us. Certified employment applications are available on the district website at www.goldencityschools.com.

Joplin Schools | 'High School Assistant Principal' | 'Secondary Assistant Principal' -- (posted 6/12/2018)
Position: JHS Assistant Principal Term: 11 Months Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Joplin High School Qualifications: Valid Missouri certification in School Administration, grades 9-12, required; Master’s degree or higher in Educational Administration, required. Four years of successful teaching experience preferred. Other Requirements: Demonstrate a high level of professional leadership to administer, supervise and organize, to help increase academic achievement. Strong background in teaching for academic achievement, experience in the development of curriculum, and demonstrated leadership for instructional excellence. Understand and support the District’s Strategic Plan. Supervisory: Yes Reports to: Principal Purpose Statement: The job of High School Assistant Principal is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the instructional process with specific responsibility for directing assigned programs and services at the high school; providing information and serving as a resource to others; supervising assigned staff and students; coordinating school activities; and addressing issues, situations and/or problems that arise on campus or with enrolled students. General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Observes, mentors and evaluates assigned personnel for the purpose of ensuring that standards are achieved and performance is maximized. Facilitates meetings, processes, daily operational functions, etc. (e.g. appropriate building supervision, discipline, PLC’s, etc.) for the purpose of meeting curriculum guidelines and/or ensuring that state mandates are achieved. Assists with the creation of the professional development plan for the building and monitor curriculum development for the purpose of enhancing excellence equality and equity for staff and students. Supervises students and intervenes in occurrences of inappropriate behavior of students for the purpose of assisting students in modifying such behavior and developing successful interpersonal skills. Coordinates and oversee student organizations and activities for the purpose of enchaining excellence, equality and equity for staff and students. Manages a variety of school administrative functions (e.g. student disciplinary policy, school schedule, student handbook, etc.) for the purpose of enforcing school, district and state policy and maintaining safety and efficiency of school operations. Performs other related duties as needed and assigned (e.g. set up for activities such as sporting events, assemblies, plays, and musicals; assists in selection, assignment, induction and evaluation of all assigned personnel; bus duty; lunch duty; supervision of extracurricular activities and school events, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective function of the work unit event in the absence of the principal. Represents the school within the community for the purpose of maintain ongoing community support and educational goals and/or assisting with issues related to school environment. Organizes and supervises summer school program within the building for the purpose of enhancing excellence and academic growth of students. Implements policies, procedures and/or processes (e.g. providing leadership to initiate, facilitate and sustain the process of the shifting focus from teaching to learning, etc.) for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements. Supports principal for the purpose of providing assistance with administrative functions. Skills/Abilities: An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Language: Present information to staff members Respond to common questions and complaints Interview students and staff Read, analyze and interpret professional journals, Board policy, administrative procedures, government memos and statutes Write staff memos and ordinary business correspondence Keep information confidential when required by law, policy or a particular situation Computation: Compute ratios, percentages and create and interpret graphs and figures Reasoning: Define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions Technology: Basic computer word processing, spreadsheet and research skills Ability to access and create reports using the district’s student information software Physical Demands An individual who holds this position is frequently required to move in and around buildings and grounds to visit classrooms, attend meetings, sit for up to an hour at a time and supervise bus loading and unloading areas. Hearing: The employee must be able to hear a conversation in a noisy environment. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment The work environment is consistent with a typical office environment; however the individual who holds this position will regularly be required to be outside in temperatures below freezing and above 100 degrees. An individual who holds this position is frequently required to work irregular or extended hours. Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Bolivar R-I | 'High School Assistant Cheer Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 6/12/2018)
The Bolivar R-I School District is accepting applications for an Assistant High School Cheer Coach for the 2018-19 school year. The Bolivar R-I School District is a Professional Learning Community serving nearly 2,700 students. Bolivar is located 25 miles north of Springfield in southwest Missouri.

Lebanon R-III | 'Social Studies - High School' | 'Social Science' -- (revised 6/13/2018)
The Lebanon R-III School District is currently accepting applications for a High School Social Studies Teacher for the 2018-19 school year. This position will require a minimum of a Bachelors Degree and valid Missouri teaching certificate. Coaching positions available also. To complete the application process click on this link and apply. https://lebanon.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx We look forward to welcoming you to the Yellowjacket family.

Dallas Co. R-I | 'High School Physical Education/Health Teacher' | 'Physical Education' -- (posted 6/11/2018)
Dallas County R-1 Schools is currently seeking a High School Physical Education/Health Teacher, for the 2018-2019 school year. Salary is based on the Board approved salary schedule, with competitive benefit package for this position. Possible coaching duties available for qualified applicant. The applicant will possess a valid Missouri teaching certificate in the area of Physical Education/Health. Questions may be emailed to the principal, keith.white@bisonpride.org. Must apply at www.bisonpride.org.

Springfield R-XII | 'Principal, Cherokee Middle School' | 'Middle School Principal' -- (revised 6/11/2018)
Purpose Statement The Springfield, Missouri Public School District is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Principal - Middle School. The Springfield School District is Missouri’s largest public school district and has built a reputation of academic excellence based on the outstanding performance of our students and schools. About 25,000 students attend 36 elementary schools, an intermediate school, 9 middle schools, 5 high schools and a variety of alternative education and choice programs. Essential Functions -Promotes a positive culture for the school site of responsibility. The principal sets the expectations for the students and all building staff under their charge. -Ensures effective instructional programs are being designed and delivered to students. -Ensures all state statues, board of education policies, administrative practices and procedures, as well as employee handbook are complied with. -Ensures that professional learning opportunities are available and delivered to promote continued educator learning and growing. -Manages the school site and organizational systems by ensuring the proper structure is in place, leading educators and staff to support their performance success and effectively and efficiently managing resources. -Conducts meetings as needed in order to coordinate activities and ensure that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives and for the proper functioning of the school site. -Responsible to ensure that staff and educators are following proper ethical standards and performing their responsibilities with integrity; holds those who fall short accountable. -Continues to increase personal knowledge, skills and abilities and ensures best practices are being implemented. -Delegates responsibility for a variety of administrative functions to Assistant Principal and other personnel to assist with managing the workload more efficiently, as well as growing leadership capacity. -Develops a wide variety of written and electronic reports to provide guidance for curriculum, instruction,assessment and student achievement and making recommendations to administrative personnel for necessary adjustments. -Evaluates assigned personnel to ensure that standards are achieved and performance is maximized. -Facilitates communication between personnel, students and/or parents to evaluate situations, solve problems and/or resolve conflicts. -Manages school administrative functions to maintain safe and efficient school operations within district guidelines. -Monitors programs (e.g. student attendance, At-Risk Intervention, staff attendance, technology plan, facilities maintenance, extra-curricular and co-curricular, etc.) to ensure an effective learning climate exists. -Prepares a wide variety of materials (e.g. quantity reports, student activities, correspondence, etc.) to document activities, provide written reference, and/or convey information. -Represents the school within community forums to maintain ongoing community support for educational goals and/or assist with issues related to school environment. -Responds to written and verbal inquiries from a variety of internal and external sources to identify the relevant issues and recommend or implement a correction plan -Serves as the instructional leader (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional process, classroom management,curriculum, etc.) to provide support and guidance as requested (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional process, classroom management, curriculum, etc.) based on their knowledge and experience. -Supervises instructional personnel to monitor performance, providing professional growth and achieving overall objectives of required curriculum.

Willard Public Schools | '9-12 Science Instructor' | 'Science' -- (posted 6/7/2018)
The Willard R-II School District is accepting applications for a Secondary Science position (Grades 9-12) for the 2018-2019 school year. The position will be a full time (1.0 FTE)  secondary science teaching position focusing on Physical Science and Environmental Science at Willard High School. Applicants must possess valid DESE 9-12 General or Unified Science certification. Previous experience is preferred, but not required.  Willard is seeking an individual who will: create a class environment conducive to learning and personal growth establish effective rapport with students motivate students to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed to provide a good foundation for high school education, in accordance with each student's ability formulate positive relationships with students, parents,and with other staff members demonstrate effective communication within the school community provide rigorous learning opportunities to promote high level learning Willard High School is a committed Professional Learning Community school, and the Willard School District has a strong tradition of academic excellence. Willard is a member of the Central Ozarks Conference, one of the leading academic, athletic, and activities conferences in Missouri. Applicants interested in working with great students, a collaborative team of individuals, fantastic facilities, and a supportive community, are encouraged to apply.  Applicants must submit online application at http://www.applitrack.com/wico/onlineapp/

Republic R-III | 'Parents As Teacher Educator' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 6/19/2018)
Please visit the district website for application procedures at www.republicschools.org Will consider two part-time positions (up to 20 hours per week) or one full-time position

Mers Goodwill Industries | ' Math Instructor' | 'High School' -- (revised 6/7/2018)
Position: Math Instructor Job Location: St. Louis City District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=36795&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Plainview R-VIII | 'P.E. Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 6/7/2018)
Plainview R-8 School District is accepting applications for a part time P.E. Teacher for the 2018-19 school year. Applicant must have an active, appropriate Missouri certification.

Plainview R-VIII | '5th & 6th grade combination Classroom Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 6/7/2018)
Plainview R-8 School District is accepting applications for a 5th & 6th grade combined classroom teacher for the 2018-19 school year. Applicant must have an active, appropriate Missouri certification.

Neosho R-V | 'Communication Arts Teacher, Junior High' | 'Language Arts' -- (posted 6/7/2018)
The Neosho School District is searching for a certified Communication Arts teacher for the 2018/2019 school year. Applicant must be certified grades 7/8.

Clever R-V | 'Classroom Teacher ' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 6/6/2018)
The Clever R-V School District is currently accepting applications for an upper elementary teacher for the for the 2018-2019 school year. There is a possibility that this position may be in a co-teaching setting. Applicants must have excellent communication skills, understand elementary instructional practices, and have a student-centered philosophy of education. A 1-6 certification is required for this position. Various coaching positions may also be available. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is selected and hired.

Mount Vernon R-V | 'High School ISS Supervisor' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 6/6/2018)
Mount Vernon High School is seeking applicants for a supervisor of In-School Suspension. This is a paraprofessional position. Applicants must have at least 60 college hours. Applications are available on our website at http://www.mtvernon.k12.mo.us/employment

Mount Vernon R-V | 'High School Spanish Teacher' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (revised 6/6/2018)
Mount Vernon High School is seeking applicants for a High School Spanish Teacher for the 2018-19 school year. Applicant must have valid and appropriate Missouri certification. Applications are available on our website at mvr5-mo.schoolloop.com/employment

Willard Public Schools | 'Special Education Early Childhood Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Education Level:  60 College hours preferred OR must have passed the Paraprofessional Test on the Missouri Educator Gateway Assesments:  http://www.mo.nesinc.com/Home.aspx Must successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education This position will be in an Early Childhood Education Setting,  Monday - Thursday for 30 hours per week Participate as an effective team member across settings in a manner that promotes positive collaboration for student success.  Demonstrate respect for students, staff and parents in all situations. Strictly adhere to confidentiality requirements regarding all matters pertaining to district employees, students, parent, parent communications and/or classroom activities.  Fulfill the specific responsibilities as related to the specific assignment.  Working with students with special needs and behaviors in a small class setting.  Assist the classroom teacher, perform routine and non-instructional tasks as assigned/needed.  Follow each student's instructional plan as determined by the educational team.  Must be willing to change building assignments when requested.  Must have Crisis Prevention Intervention Training (CPI) or willing to take course provided by district. Compensation will be based on the Willard Public Schools Support Staff Salary Schedule; Paraprofessional column.  Salary Schedule and more information on Benefits may be found on the Willard Public Schools website; www.willardschools.net under the Human Resources Tab.

Willard Public Schools | 'Special Education Early Childhood Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Participates in the IEP process by attending IEP meetings, collaborating with IEP team members, preparing IEP paperwork, and delivering instruction to enable students to make IEP goal progress Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative procedures Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the normal instructional day when required or requested under reasonable terms Attends weekly staff meetings Diagnoses the instructional needs of students on a regular basis to provide appropriate services Meets and instructs assigned classes in the locations and times designed Plans a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students in all areas of instruction specifically in Early Childhood Creates a classroom and co-teaching environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students Prepares for students assigned and demonstrates written evidence of preparation upon request of immediate supervisor(s) Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals, and, in congruency with those goals, establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects to communicate said objectives to students Employs a variety of instructional techniques, technology, and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required Takes all necessary and responsible precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities Assists in the administration and implementation of all policies and rules governing student conduct.  Develops reasonable rules addressing classroom behavior and procedures in the classroom that maintains fair and just order in the classroom Plans and supervises purposeful assignments for educational assistants (paraprofessionals) Strives to maintain and improve professional competence Perform any other duties and responsibilities as directed by Director of Special Services and/or Building Principal. Compensation for this position will be based on the Willard Public Schools Certified Salary Schedule.  The Certified Salary Schedule and more information on Benefits may be found on the Willard Public Schools Website at www.willardschools.net under the Human Resources Tab.  

Branson R-IV | 'Reading Recovery' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 6/5/2018)
Branson School District is seeking applicants for a Reading Recovery Instructor at Cedar Ridge Elementary (grades 1-3) for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants must have valid and appropriate Missouri certification.

Dallas Co. R-I | 'Middle School Math Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 6/5/2018)
Dallas County R-1 Schools is currently seeking applications for a Middle School Math Teacher for the 2018-2019 year.Candidate must have 5-8 or 7-12 certification. Salary is based on board approved salary schedule, with a competitive benefit package. Please email buck.shockley@bisonpride.org with questions, must apply at www.bisonpride.org.

Mers Goodwill Industries | ' Math Instructor' | 'High School' -- (posted 6/5/2018)
Position: Math Instructor Job Location: Springfield, MO District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=36720&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Willard Public Schools | 'Special Education - Autism Teacher' | 'Other' -- (posted 6/5/2018)
Experience working with students with Autism in either a clinical or educational setting preferred Autism Certification or extensive education in Autism preferred Participates in the IEP process by attending IEP meetings, collaborating with IEP team members, preparing IEP paperwork, and delivering instruction to enable students to make IEP goal progress Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative procedures Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the normal instructional day when required or requested under reasonable terms Attends weekly staff meetings Diagnoses the Academic, Behavioral, Social and Communication needs of students on a regular basis to provide appropriate services Meets and instructs assigned classes in the locations and times designed Plans a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students in all areas of instruction Creates a classroom and co-teaching environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students Prepares for students assigned and demonstrates written evidence of preparation upon request of immediate supervisor(s) Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals, and, in congruency with those goals, establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects to communicate said objectives to students Employs a variety of instructional techniques, technology, and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required Takes all necessary and responsible precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities Assists in the administration and implementation of all policies and rules governing student conduct.  Develops reasonable rules addressing classroom behavior and procedures in the classroom that maintains fair and just order in the classroom Plans and supervises purposeful assignments for educational assistants (paraprofessionals) Strives to maintain and improve professional competence Perform any other duties and responsibilities as directed by Director of Special Services and/or Building Principal. Compensation for this position will be based on the Willard Public Schools Certified Salary Schedule.  The Certified Salary Schedule and more information on Benefits may be found on the Willard Public Schools Website at www.willardschools.net under the Human Resources Tab.  

Laclede Co. C-5 | 'Reading Recovery Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
The Laclede County C-5 School District is seeking a teacher trained in Reading Recovery or an elementary teacher willing to be trained in Reading Recovery.

Thornfield R-I | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (posted 6/5/2018)
The Thornfield School is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Special Education. An Early Childhood Special Education certification is desired. Job duties include but are not limited too: Facilitating and implementing IEPs, coordinating and scheduling testing, scheduling and facilitating IEP meetings, communicating with parents, teachers,and administration of students needs and progress. Qualified candidates should send letter of interest, resume, and 5 persons to serve as reference to Thornfield School, 37 County Road 855, Thornfield, MO 65762 or e-mail the required documents to thornfieldr1school@gmail.com

Reeds Spring R-IV | 'Elementary School - 4th Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Qualifications:    Applicant must hold a valid and current Missouri Teacher Certificate in the appropriate subject areas. Job Requirements:    Reeds Spring Elementary School is seeking an energetic, student-centered individual to join our team for the 2018-2019 school year. RSES is a progressive 1:1 school that is focused on student learning through standards-based grading practices and professional learning communities. This individual will demonstrate a variety of instructional strategies, create an optimum learning environment for the students, and will also possess the ability to work successfully as a team toward achieving school goals.

Bronaugh R-VII | 'K-12 Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Bronaugh R-VII is accepting applications for a 7-12 Math Position. We are a great school in SW MO...small class sizes and a huge heart! We invite you to join our family! Various coaching opportunities available.

Diamond R-IV | 'Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 6/4/2018)
The Diamond School District is seeking applicants for the position of Kindergarten teacher for the 2018-19 school year.

Seneca R-VII | 'Junior High PE' | 'Physical Education' -- (posted 6/1/2018)
Junior High PE The Seneca R7 School District is currently accepting certified applicants for a junior high physical education instructor for the 2018-19 school year. Responsibilities include teaching all girls physical education classes for Seneca Junior High and implementation of the district's physical education program. Successful applicants will possess strong organization and communication skills, and have a passion for increasing the physical fitness levels of all students. Applicants should be familiar with Professional Learning Communities. Coaching positions could be tied to this position. Interested applicants should visit the district web site www.senecar7.com to complete the online application process.

Ava R-I | 'High School Counselor's Office Secretary' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 6/1/2018)
Ava High School is looking for a friendly, energetic, and positive person to fill the vacancy of counselors’ office secretary. This is a full-time, 12-month position (7 1/2 hours/day). Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, 12 sick/personal days/year, retirement, and after 1 full fiscal year, 2 weeks paid vacation. The counselor’s office secretary performs routine clerical functions such as drafting correspondence, scheduling appointments, organizing and maintaining paper and electronic files, maintaining a student database system, providing information to callers, organizing and collaborating with community members and students on scholarships, and other duties to assist counselors and administrators. Ability to work well with others and maintain confidentiality is a must. Previous clerical experience and experience working in a student information database are preferred. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and a completed district application form for a support staff position to: Dr. Teresa Nash, Principal, Ava High School, P.O. Box 338 Ava, MO 65608. The district application form can be downloaded at www.avaschools.k12.mo.us. Deadline to apply is Friday, June 15th.

Miller R-II | 'HS Social Studies' | 'Social Science' -- (posted 6/1/2018)
The Miller R-2 school district is seeking candidates for our High School Social Studies position. Coaching positions are also available. Interested applicants need to apply at www.millerschools.org

Pierce City R-VI | 'Superintendent of Schools' | 'Superintendent' -- (revised 6/1/2018)
The Pierce City R-VI Board of Education is accepting applications for the position of Superintendent of Schools. The successful candidate must be able to exhibit strong content knowledge in business/finance, curriculum/instruction, human resources, facilities management, and have a proven track record of successful leadership as well as working knowledge in all areas of schooling including but not limited to MSIP V, and Administrator/Teacher evaluations. Preference will be given to individuals with prior administrative experience but all candidates are encouraged to apply. Salary will be commensurate with experience and education but candidates can expect a salary range of $95,000 - $110,000.

Marshfield R-I | '7th & 8th Grade Health and PE-Possible Coaching' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (posted 6/1/2018)
The position of 7-8 PE and Health was opened earlier in the year. Because of internal movement it was filled. Again, because of movement the job of 7-8 PE and Health is open for the 2018-2019 school year. For this position we are looking for an individual that takes the health of our students seriously and has the personality to make a difference for junior high age students. Besides the teaching position our first priority will be to fill the position of High School Assistant Boy's Basketball. That could be a difficult proposition, so all qualified/certified applications will be looked at as a possible hire.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Special Education Paraprofessional (5-12)' | 'Other' -- (posted 6/1/2018)
The Pleasant Hope School District, (located at the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch), is seeking a special education paraprofessional for emotional behavior support at both primary and secondary levels with approximately 12 students per classroom for the 2018-2019 school year. Pleasant Hope offers a competitive salary, full health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. The successful candidate will have a valid Missouri substitute teaching certificate, an understanding of the Missouri Learning Standards, a desire to work collaboratively as a team member in a Professional Learning Community, and the ability to effectively integrate technology in the classroom. The candidate needs to possess knowledge, experience and expertise in instruction of students with disabilities, as well as, demonstrate competency and compliance in the special education process. Experience teaching special education students in small group settings focusing on emotional behavioral supports and spectrum disorders is preferred; however, experience is preferred but not required. Additionally, the candidate should have experience implementing behavioral plans designed by the IEP team for students with behavior disorders or other special conditions for the purpose of presenting and reinforcing learning concepts.

Spokane R-VII | 'High School Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 6/1/2018)
Spokane High School is accepting applications for a high school special education teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.  All applicants must be appropriately certified or able to obtain DESE certification. Coaching positions are available. Questions can be directed to Spokane Central Office 417-443-2200.  Interested applicants should apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/spokanek12/onlineapp/ 

Reeds Spring R-IV | '5th Grade Classroom Teacher - Intermediate School' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Qualifications:   Applicant must hold a valid and current Missouri Teaching Certificate in the appropriate subject areas.  Job Requirements:    This position will be responsible for teaching all content areas appropriate for fifth grade. This individual will demonstrate a variety of instructional stategies that creates an optiumum learning environment for the students.  Candidate will also possess the ability to work successfully as a team toward achieving school goals.    Reeds Spring Intermediate School has an enrollment of approximately 265 students in grades 5-6.  Our district is located 30 minutes south of Springfield on beautiful Table Rock Lake and serves the communities of Reeds Spring, Branson West, Kimberling City, Cape Fair, and Indian Point.  In addition, the school district has a competitive salary and offers additional benefits.  

Lebanon R-III | 'Asst Varsity Girls Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 5/31/2018)
The Lebanon R-3 School District is currently seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach for the 2018-19 school year. This individual will help each participating student achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and sportsmanship, and an increased level of self-esteem. Applicants interested in joining the Yellowjacket team must apply online at www.lebanon.k12.mo.us. Click on the Employment tab under Quick Links. We look forward to welcoming you to the Yellowjacket family.

Diamond R-IV | 'HS Head Golf Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 5/31/2018)
The Diamond R-4 School district is now accepting applications for the position of head high school golf coach.

Miller R-II | '3rd Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 5/31/2018)
The Miller R-2 School District is accepting applications for a 3rd grade teacher for the 2018-19 school year. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) position. We are seeking a driven and skilled individual to join the Miller R-2 team. Applicants must have strong classroom content knowledge and use a variety of instructional methods to ensure student success. The Miller School district is located between Springfield and Joplin just 9 miles north of I-44. We are a progressive district with a focus on student achievement and are currently utilizing a 4 day school week schedule.

Fair Play R-II | 'Moderate to Severe Special Ed Director-Coordinator' | 'Special Ed Director' -- (posted 5/30/2018)
The Exceptional Pupil Cooperative has an opening for a Special Education Director-Coordinator for students with Moderate to Severe disabilities for the 2018-2019 school year. Duties of this position will include supervision of classroom teachers and paraprofessionals, process coordinator for six special education classrooms, coordination with cooperative districts, and day to day decisions concerning personnel and students at the Special Learning Center. Education and experience will determine salary. Masters in special education or administration preferred. Interested applicants should contact Pat O'Neal at 417-326-6284.

Monett R-I | 'Central Park Elementary/Monett Intermediate School Music Teacher - 2018/2019' | 'Music- Vocal' -- (posted 5/30/2018)
The Monett R-1 School District is accepting applications for a music teacher at the Central Park Elementary School and Monett Intermediate School for the 2018/2019 school year. The individual in this position would share time between the two campuses (CPE - grades 3/4 and MIS - grades 5/6). Proper certification for the position is a must. Key characteristics the successful candidate should posses are: strong communication/organization skills, the ability to establish a student-centered environment, and the ability to work collaboratively with parents, students, other teachers, and administrators. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Norwood R-I | 'Speech Language Pathologist / SLPA' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 5/29/2018)
The Norwood R-1 School District is seeking a speech language pathologist or a certified speech language pathologist assistant for the 2018-2019 school year. This position will serve students in Early Childhood through 12th grade. Applicants for this position must hold appropriate certification.

Diamond R-IV | 'High School Science Instructor' | 'Science' -- (posted 5/29/2018)
The Diamond R-4 School District is now accepting applications for the position of grades 9-12 science instructor. The successful candidate will possess appropriate certification in the state of Missouri.

Immanuel Lutheran School | 'P.E. Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Immanuel Lutheran School in Lockwood is accepting applications for our P.E. Teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. This is for grades PK-8. We have had P.E. classes on two afternoons each week. We would prefer to continue in this way, but are open to considering other workable schedules. We recently adopted a four day school week that will be implemented in August 2018 (school week Tuesday-Friday). Candidates must be Christian and be a positive Christian role model. Candidates must be willing to abide by the public teachings of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). A member of a LCMS congregation is preferred. A LCMS rostered teacher is preferred. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, and three letters of recommendation. Please email this information to Marsha Caldwell, Principal, at principalils@hotmail.com. For additional information, please email or call Mrs. Caldwell at 417-232-4530.

Spokane R-VII | 'Athletic Director' | 'Athletic Director' -- (revised 5/25/2018)
The Spokane R-7 School District is accepting applications for the position of Athletic Director for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants should complete online application at http://www.applitrack.com/spokanek12/onlineapp.

Spokane R-VII | 'Head Baseball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 5/25/2018)
The Spokane R-7 School District is accepting applications for the position of Head Baseball Coach for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants should complete online application at http://www.applitrack.com/spokanek12/onlineapp.

Spokane R-VII | 'High School Math' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 5/25/2018)
Spokane High School is accepting applications for a high school math teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.  This position will be a full time position with courses including Geometry and Algebra 2.  Previous experience is preferred, but not required.  All applicants must be appropriately certified or able to obtain DESE certification. Coaching positions are available. Interested applicants should apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/spokanek12/onlineapp/ 

Carthage R-IX | 'Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 5/25/2018)
We have an opening for a Kindergarten teacher at Steadley Elementary.

Billings R-IV | 'Junior High Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
The Billings R-IV School District is hiring a Junior Science Math Teacher for students in grades 7-9.

Niangua R-V | 'High School Special Education Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (posted 5/25/2018)
Niangua R-V School District is currently accepting applications for a full-time, secondary special education teacher (grades 9-12) for the 2018-2019 school year. Knowledge of the special education process while providing services to 9-12 students is required. Niangua R-V School District is on a 4-day school week (Tuesday through Friday). Salary is dependent upon experience and level of education. Interested applicants must apply through the district website at www.nianguaschools.com under Employment. For additional information, please contact Mr. T.J. Bransfield, Superintendent, at (417) 473-6101 extension 110 or by email at tjbransfield@yahoo.com

Greenfield R-IV | 'Band' | 'Music- Instrumental' -- (revised 5/24/2018)
The Greenfield R-IV School District is accepting applications for a 5-12 instrumental music teaching position/band director vacancy for the 2018-2019 school year. In addition to band director duties at the JH/HS, this position will include 5th/6th Grade Band and two hours of elementary music instruction.

Immanuel Lutheran School | '1st/2nd Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Immanuel Lutheran School in Lockwood is accepting applications for our 1st/2nd Grade Combined Classroom Teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. We recently adopted a four day school week that will be implemented in August 2018 (school week Tuesday-Friday). Candidates must be Christian and be a positive Christian role model. Candidates must be willing to abide by the public teachings of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). A member of a LCMS congregation is preferred. A LCMS rostered teacher is preferred. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, copy of teaching certificate, copy of college transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. Please email this information to Marsha Caldwell, Principal, at principalils@hotmail.com. For additional information, please email or call Mrs. Caldwell at 417-232-4530.

Immanuel Lutheran School | 'Pre-Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Immanuel Lutheran School in Lockwood is accepting applications for our Pre-Kindergarten Teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. We recently adopted a four day school week that will be implemented in August 2018 (school week Tuesday-Friday). Candidates must be Christian and be a positive Christian role model. Candidates must be willing to abide by the public teachings of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). A member of a LCMS congregation is preferred. A LCMS rostered teacher is preferred. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, copy of teaching certificate, copy of college transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. Please email this information to Marsha Caldwell, Principal, at principalils@hotmail.com. For additional information, please email or call Mrs. Caldwell at 417-232-4530.

Immanuel Lutheran School | 'Afternoon Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Immanuel Lutheran School in Lockwood is accepting applications for our Afternoon Kindergarten Teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. We recently adopted a four day school week that will be implemented in August 2018 (school week Tuesday-Friday). Candidates must be Christian and be a positive Christian role model. Candidates must be willing to abide by the public teachings of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). A member of a LCMS congregation is preferred. A LCMS rostered teacher is preferred. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, copy of teaching certificate, copy of college transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. Please email this information to Marsha Caldwell, Principal, at principalils@hotmail.com. For additional information, please email or call Mrs. Caldwell at 417-232-4530.

Taneyville R-II | 'Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 5/23/2018)
The Taneyville R-II School Districts is accepting applications for a kindergarten teaching position for the 2018-19 School year. Taneyville is a K-8 district located 20 miles northeast of Branson with an enrollment of approximately 150 students. Candidates must be appropriately certified (B-3), familiar with new state standards, and willing to work in collaborative teams. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, and two letters of recommendation to Dr. Danita Frazier at danita.frazier@taneyville.k12.mo.us by no later than June 6th, 2018. For additional information, please call Dr. Frazier at 417-546-5803.

Joplin Schools | 'Middle School Math Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (posted 5/23/2018)
Position: Middle School Math Teacher Term: Full-time/9 Months Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: East Middle School Qualifications: Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate, Required Bachelor’s degree, required Supervisory: No Reports to: Principal Teachers are responsible for providing direct instruction to students and maintaining an environment conducive to learning. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Provide instruction to students Create and implement a classroom disciplinary plan Create lesson plans and activities to implement and supplement instruction Participate in building, grade level and subject area committees Participate in professional development activities Maintain accurate student records including attendance, grades and discipline Complete and submit forms and required reports in a timely manner Communicate regularly with parents regarding progress and other educational concerns Report suspected abuse, neglect, discrimination and harassments as directed by Board policy Prepare lesson plans for use by a substitute teacher Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Speak and hear in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously Move around the classroom Read handwritten or printed material Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment Environment of a typical classroom setting Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Golden City R-III | 'High School Secretary' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/23/2018)
Golden City R-III School is accepting applications for a High School Secretary (8 hours/day for 10 months). Some responsibilities of the position include: performing a variety of confidential secretarial and clerical duties, greeting and interacting with the public, assisting the principal and working cooperatively with other staff, and completing other duties as assigned. For additional information or to obtain a non-certified application, you may call the Superintendent’s Office at 417-537-4900 or visit the district web site at www.goldencityschools.com.

Bradleyville R-I | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 5/23/2018)
Bradleyville School District is accepting applications for a special education one-on-one paraprofessional for the 2018-19 school year. Applicants must have 60 hours of DESE approved college credit and pass a background check. Applicants must be able to work with students with a variety of abilities and disabilities. Interested individuals may send their resume to Bradleyville School Central Office PO Box 20, Bradleyville, MO 65614. For more information call 417-796-2288. Job open until filled.

Carthage R-IX | 'Communication Arts Teacher' | 'English' -- (posted 5/23/2018)
The Carthage R-9 School District has an opening for a high school communication arts teacher.

Ash Grove R-IV | 'Bois D'Arc Elementary School Nurse' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 5/23/2018)
The Ash Grove R-IV School District is looking for a nurse for the 2018-19 school year at our Bois D’Arc Elementary campus. All applications can be found on the Ash Grove school website at www.ashgrove.k12.mo.us. The application process will remain open until the position has been filled.

Willard Public Schools | 'Speech and Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 5/22/2018)
Willard Special Services is seeking a Licensed Speech and Language Pathologist for the 2018 - 2019 School Year.  You will be providing direct therapy services to students in our Early Childhood Program through 12th grade depending on building placement.   Education Requirements:  Masters Degree / Appropriate Missouri Teaching Certification The Speech and Language Pathologist will be expected to possess good people skills, flexibility, the ability to work under pressure and stay on task, responsibility, reliability, be a self-starter and have the ability to adjust to change.  Meet the standards in knowledge and competence in the communication areas of language, articulation/phonology, voice and fluency.  Meet standards in knowledge and competence of the comprehensive speech and language evaluation process and also in generating educationally relative goals and objectives based on the communication needs of the individuals.  Test and identify those students who are in need of speech/language services.  Diagnose specific speech/language disorders.  Schedule and conduct therapy for the students who require services. Plan and carry out the IEP as part of the transdisciplinary team.  Consult with students, parents, and professionals concerning progress in speech/language services.  Keep records, write reports, concerning the student's speech/language behavior.  Attend and or conduct eligibility reviews and IEP meetings. Complete IEP paperwork for students. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Services.  Compensation for this position will be based on the Willard Public Schools Certified Salary Schedule.  The Certified Salary Schedule and more information on Benefits may be found on the Willard Public Schools website at www.willardschools.net under the Human Resources Tab

Marshfield R-I | 'Deaf Educator/Interpreter' | 'Deaf/Hearing Impaired' -- (posted 5/22/2018)
The Marshfield R-1 School District is currently seeking qualified applicants for a Deaf Educator/Interpreter for the 2018-2019 school year. Job Summary: To help deaf-hearing impaired students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible individuals in accordance with district policies and procedures. The teacher will possess good people skills, flexibility, the ability to work under pressure and stay on task, responsible, reliable, a self-starter, and have the ability to adjust to change. All applicants must have a valid Missouri certification. If interested, please contact, Melynda Van Note, Director of Special Services at melynda.vannote@mjays.us or 417-859-2120 ext. 9007

Carthage R-IX | 'Early Childhood Special Education Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 5/22/2018)
This opening is for an Early Childhood Special Education teacher at the Early Childhood Center, Carthage, Missouri.

Miller R-II | 'Head Baseball Coach' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 5/26/2018)
The Miller R2 school district is seeking applicants for a head baseball coach for the 2018-2019 school year. Currently we do not have a teaching position to go with this. Interested applicants need to apply at www.millerschools.org

Monett R-I | 'Monett Intermediate Title I Paraprofessional - 2018/2019' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 5/22/2018)
Monett R-1 School District is seeking applicants for a Title I Paraprofessional at the Monett Intermediate School for the 2018/2019 school year. Successful candidates should be able to work well with students and other staff members, demonstrate initiative, and communicate well. Teaching certificate or substitute teaching certificate is required.

Bradleyville R-I | 'Assistant Girls Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 5/22/2018)
The Bradleyville R-I School District is accepting applications for the position of assistant girls basketball coach for the 2018-2019 school year. Currently, this position does not have a corresponding teaching position. For additional information, please contact Scott Ewing, Superintendent at 417-796-2288 or sewing@bradleyviller1.com

Exeter R-VI | 'Substitute Bus Drivers' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/21/2018)
Exeter R6 School District is seeking responsible bus drivers that are willing to sub for routes or drive trips on occasion. Must have valid and appropriate drivers licence.

Exeter R-VI | '9-12 English Language Arts' | 'English' -- (posted 5/21/2018)
Exeter HS is taking application for a 9-12 English Language Arts position. Applicants must have certification for 9-12. Exeter is a small rural community with a positive team of collaborative teachers. Please apply online at exeter.k12.mo.us or call/email Tim Jordan at 417-835-2922. tjordan@exeter.k12.mo.us

Monett R-I | 'Monett HIgh School Agriculture Teacher - 2018/2019' | 'Agriculture Education' -- (posted 5/21/2018)
The Monett R-1 School District is accepting applications for a Agriculture teaching position/FFA Advisor at Monett High School for the 2018/19 school year. Appropriate certification is required. Applicants should be willing to work in a collaborative atmosphere. Position is open until filled.

Dadeville R-II | 'Head Girls Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 5/21/2018)
The Dadeville R-II School District is seeking a Head Girls Basketball Coach for high school and junior high. Interested applicants should send a resume to cfarmer@dadeville.k12.mo.us The position will be open until filled.

Cassville R-IV | 'Second Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 5/18/2018)
Must have valid MO elementary certification. Prefer MRI training Interested persons may apply at Cassville R-IV School District @ cassville.k12.mo.us

Pierce City R-VI | 'Kindergarten Instructor' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 5/18/2018)
The Pierce City School District is receiving applications for an anticipated opening in kindergarten. Applicants must have or be able to obtain B-3 certification. Please submit your application online and include three letters of reference. Applications that do not include letters of reference will not be considered. Pierce City operates a four-day school week. Experience with BIST is a plus. Contact Kristi Marion at kmarion@pcschools.net for more information. Review of applications will begin on May 22nd.

Joplin Schools | 'Assistant Director of Franklin Technology Center - Adult Education' | 'Vocational Supervisor' -- (posted 5/18/2018)
Position: Assistant Director of Franklin Technology Center – Adult Education Term: Full-time Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Franklin Technology Center - MSSU Qualifications: Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university required. Degree in Workforce Development Education/Educational Administration preferred. Supervisory: Yes Reports to: Director of Franklin Technology Center The Assistant Director of FTC is responsible for all Post-Secondary Adult students and will support the Director with day-to-day leadership and supervision for Franklin Technology Center. The Assistant Director for Adult Education is also responsible for overseeing our AEL program. The position also provides oversight for all financial aid activities. General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools and Franklin Technology Center Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Provide leadership and supervision for the Technology Center and assist in coordination of day-to-day activities. Ensure a safe and effective educational environment for staff and students at FTC by providing appropriate discipline, enforcing school policies and procedures, and monitoring activities. Assist with planning, staffing, development, scheduling, and evaluation of all courses and programs in the FTC curricula. Aid in the hiring of staff and instructors. Responsible for all adult students, assist in planning and maintaining the budget for this area. Responsible for overseeing FTC’s AEL program and its budget. Provide day-to-day supervision of FTC employees, including regular evaluations of some staff members. Assist with generating of faculty assignments and schedules. Assist with data collection needed for local, state, and federal reporting at the adult level. Assist in planning and coordinating space and equipment. Assist with the day-to-day maintenance of facility and safety issues. Assist with the implementation of professional development for faculty and staff. Conduct classroom visits of day and evening programs. Assist in budget development and supervision of all adult programs while monitoring student enrollment in each program and modify personnel or budget to maintain financial stability. Direct marketing for FTC’s adult programs and assist with secondary programs if requested. Assist with and coordinate recruitment for adult students. Develop relationships with other Post-Secondary Institutions and assist with articulation and transfer as needed. Serve on the Administrative advisory committee for FTC and serve as an ex-officio member of all program advisory committees. Develop and maintain positive relationships with other educational institution's administration, instructors, and staff. Serve as liaison between FTC and local business & industry, i.e. hospitals, etc. Coordination and preparation of written materials, forms, and documentations appropriate to instructional and administrative needs. Provide mentoring and professional development for new and existing faculty Active in community and professional organizations Participate in accreditation and program certification activities including COE accreditation. Perform other related tasks & duties as assigned by the Director. Handle all Title IV compliance issues and reporting to the Federal Authorities. Oversee the Coordinate and process all financial aid information for students Perform all job functions of a Financial Aid Director (can provide list of duties if requested). Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Speak and hear in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously Move around the classroom Read handwritten or printed material Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment The individual who holds this position will regularly work in a school environment that is noisy and active. Occasionally the individual will be required to work outdoors for short periods of time to perform such tasks as loading and unloading students from district transportation and supervising recess. Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Joplin Schools | 'High School Girls Soccer Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 5/18/2018)
Position: JHS Head Girls Soccer Coach for the 2018-2019 School Year Term: Supplemental Position Classification: Exempt Reports to: Athletic Director Joplin Schools is looking for an energetic individual that enjoys working with high school age students and has the ability to teach those students the skills needed to succeed in soccer. In addition, previous soccer coaching experience is preferred.

Carthage R-IX | 'Fourth Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 5/24/2018)
Fourth grade teacher at Fairview Elementary in Carthage, Missouri.

Seneca R-VII | 'High School Principal' | 'Secondary Principal' -- (posted 5/18/2018)
Job Title: Principal Department: Administration Reports to: Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent Classification: Exempt Summary The principal is the instructional leader for his or her building and is responsible for the daily operation of the building. This individual must sincerely believe their mission is to serve, motivate and ensure that students/teachers perform at their optimum. The Seneca R7 school district believes in the Professional Learning Community (PLC) concept and is committed to a team environment among teachers and administrators. A principal in the district must be a champion of PLC and willing to assist in the implementation of PLC practices including development of essential standards, standards-based grading, responses to intervention and academically challenging opportunities for those who have mastered the standards. Essential Skills This individual must possess the following abilities: Strong human relation and people skills (sincerely care about the welfare of students and teachers under your leadership) Ability to motivate students and staff to achieve at highest level Understands the essential need for morale building Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills These skills will enable the principal to build and maintain a positive/productive atmosphere of mutual trust and respect within the school building and between the school district and the community at large. Essential Duties and Responsibilities An individual who holds this position is responsible for: Supervision of instruction Monitor instructional procedures to ensure that classroom activities are aligned to projected outcomes and use findings to make improvements. Review often with teachers and committees about planning, operation, supervision, and evaluation of the building education (Include students and community representatives when appropriate). Use instructional data to make decisions that will improve student achievement or modify educational programs. Motivation of staff Communicate and promote expectations for high-level performance to the staff and recognize excellence and achievement. Conference with staff regarding their professional growth and work with them to develop and accomplish improvement goals. Training of staff Promote collegiality and team building among staff. Encourage their active involvement in decision-making processes. Build common vision for school improvement. Direct planning activities and put programs in place with staff to ensure attainment of the school's mission. Communicate expectations for staff performance with regard to instructional strategies, classroom management, and working with the students. Implementation of the professional development plan Meet with committees to plan professional development activities. Making hiring recommendations to the Board Recommend people who are excited about their job, who love working with children and are highly qualified for the position. Interview, select, and orient new staff to your expectations and building personnel. Make recommendations to superintendent on termination, suspension, or non-renewal of employees assigned to their supervision. General supervision of students Conference with parents, students, and teachers about student matters as appropriate. Positive interaction with students Treat students fairly, equitably, and with dignity. Attend student activities. Administration of student discipline Meet with faculty and students to develop a student discipline plan that results in positive student behavior that improves the school climate. Supervision of student activities and events Evaluate co-curricular and extra-curricular programs. Supervise or delegate "all" after school activities and events. Maintain building records Compile/maintain all reports, records, and other documents required including accurate reports of Preparation and management of the building budget Develop your building budget based on documented program needs, estimated enrollment, personnel, and other fiscal needs. Keep programs within budget limits, maintain fiscal control, and accurately report fiscal information. Create and update student handbooks Ensure that school rules are uniformly observed and that students are disciplined appropriately in accordance with the building discipline plan. Evaluation of staff Observe employee performance, record observations, and conduct evaluation conferences with personnel. An individual who holds this position is expected to attend: Board meetings as requested Admin team meetings Student activities and events IEP meetings Qualifications Education Master's degree or higher in educational administration Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Valid Missouri principal's certificate for the appropriate grade levels Skills and Abilities Language An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Present information to staff members, other administrators and the board of education Respond to common questions and complaints Interview students and staff Read, analyze and interpret professional journals, government memos, board policy, administrative procedures and statutes Write newsletter articles, staff memos and ordinary business correspondence Keep information confidential when required by law, policy or a particular situation Computation Ability to compute ratios, percentages and create and interpret graphs and figures Reasoning Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions Technology Basic computer word processing, spreadsheet and research skills Ability to access and create reports using the district's student information software Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must frequently move in and around buildings and grounds to visit classrooms, attend meetings and supervise bus loading and unloading areas and sit for an hour or more at a time. Hearing Must be able to hear a conversation in a noisy environment Attendance Consistent and regular attendance is an essential function of this position The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment The work environment is consistent with a typical office environment; however the individual who holds this position will occasionally be required to be outside in temperatures below freezing and above 100 degrees. The individual who holds this position is frequently required to work irregular or extended hours. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT Eleven months Holiday leave New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Holiday (Thursday and Friday), Christmas Eve Day and Christmas Day, Good Friday (providing school is not in session), (Snow days are not contract days) Sick leave (10 days) Three may be used for personal leave Sick leave pool available Evaluation Annually by the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent

Republic R-III | 'Secondary Gifted Teacher' | 'Gifted' -- (revised 6/14/2018)
This will be a Secondary Gifted position for grades 6th - 12th. The teacher must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Education and either have a certificate in gifted education or being willing to pursue it. Please visit the district website for application procedures at www.republicschools.org

Verona R-VII | ' Paraprofessional ' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 5/17/2018)
The Verona R-VII School District is looking for an energetic individual for a paraprofessional position for the 2018-19 school year. The main responsibility would be to support our Special Education Department and/or Title program.

Laclede Co. R-I | 'Jr. High ELA' | 'Language Arts' -- (revised 6/11/2018)
The Laclede County R-I School District (Conway) is accepting applications for a 7-8 ELA Teacher. Please apply on the district web site at www.lacledecountyr1.com.

Westview C-6 | 'Elementary Counselor' | 'Counselor- Elementary' -- (posted 5/15/2018)
The Westview C-6 School District is accepting applications for a counselor. The applicant for this position will perform the following duties: guide/counsel individual and small groups of students; implement the school guidance curriculum; collaborate and consult with teachers, staff, and parents to meet social, emotional and academic needs of students; participate in or conduct activities which contribute to the effective operation of the school; provide support to the superintendent/principal as needed; serve as a liaison between home, school and appropriate community resources to support student needs; comply with the privacy right of students and communicate effectively with all members of the school district/community; plan and implement an Career Day activities encompassing all Career Clusters; plan and implement Red Ribbon Week activities celebrating healthy choices; plan and implement anti-bullying activities; and perform other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the school community. Westview School has an enrollment of approximately 124 students in grades K-8. All interested candidates should complete the certified application located on our website at www.wc6.org and submit it along with a resume, transcript, a valid Missouri teaching certificate and letters of reference to Misty Hailey 7441 Westview Road Neoho, Mo. 64850 or email the required documents in PDF format to mhailey@wc6.org The position could also be a part-time position for the right candidate.

Westview C-6 | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/15/2018)
The Westview School District is looking for an energetic individual who cares about kids. This paraprofessional position is for the 2018-2019 school year. The main responsibility would be to work with students with high needs individually as well as support our Special Education Department. Applicant will be required to be able to lift 80 to 100 pounds. Applicants must have at least 60 hours of college credit, a qualifying Praxis exam or the ability to gain such credentials. Interested applicants may apply submit a letter of application and a resume to Sarah Dayton. sdayton@wc6.org

Forsyth R-III | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 5/14/2018)
The Forsyth R-III School District is seeking to hire a one-to-one Special Education Paraprofessional in the elementary building for the 2018-2019 school year. Successful candidates will be expected to provide assistance with feeding, personal hygiene, dressing, transportation throughout the school facility, physical assistance in completing tasks, assistance with using adaptive equipment, and encouraging socialization and relationship building. This individual will also be expected to demonstrate initiative and communicate well with students and staff. This job will be full time and may require the individual to ride the bus either before or after school. A minimum of 60 college credit hours required. To be considered for this position, submit a letter of interest, resume, and three letters of reference in person to the Special Services Office or by email to mphelan@forsythr3.k12.mo.us.

Forsyth R-III | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 5/14/2018)
The Forsyth R-III School District is seeking to hire two Special Education Paraprofessionals for the 2018-2019 school year. Successful candidates should be able to work well with students with a variety of abilities and disabilities, including behavioral and/or personal hygiene needs, demonstrate initiative, and communicate well with students and staff. This job will be full time and may require the individual to ride the bus either before or after school. A minimum of 60 college credit hours required. To be considered for this position, submit a letter of interest, resume, and three letters of reference in person to the Special Services Office or by email to mphelan@forsythr3.k12.mo.us.

Ava R-I | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 5/21/2018)
Ava R-1 School District is accepting applications for a High School Special Education Teacher to work with students grades 9-12 for the 2018-19 school year.

Fair Play R-II | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 5/11/2018)
The Exceptional Pupil Cooperative has openings for 2 paraprofessionals for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants should have at least 60 college hours or have passed the para praxis exam. All applicants can apply through the Fair Play R-II Website, pick up an application at 1510 East Broadway, or call Lynn Jaekley at 417-326-6284.

Billings R-IV | 'Assistant Volleyball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 5/14/2018)
Billings High School is accepting applications for a High School Assistant Volleyball Coaching position. Candidates must have the ability to obtain a Missouri Substitute Teacher Certificate.

Stockton R-I | 'Tech Director' | 'Technology' -- (posted 5/10/2018)
Technology Director The Stockton R-1 School District is seeking to hire a technology director. This position involves supervising employees within the department, working with the technology budget and future plans for the district along with server updates, troubleshooting hardware and software issues, installing new computers and devices as needed, imaging computers, updating web pages, adding users to email/reset passwords, assist presenters with set up as needed, set up technology for presentations or events and summer cleanup (software update/scans/cleaning equipment/cable management).​​ Preferred Knowledge: Windows Server (AD, Group Policy, Security Groups, WSUS) Network Infrastructure Windows 7, 10, MacOS, iOS, Android, and Linux HTML SQL There will be some climbing ladders, crawling on the floor and some lifting/carrying of equipment. We are looking for someone that is self-motivated, organized and has good communication skills

Greenfield R-IV | 'High School Math' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 5/15/2018)
The Greenfield R-IV School District is seeking qualified applicants for the position of High School Math Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.

Ash Grove R-IV | 'ECSE Paraprofessional' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 5/25/2018)
Ash Grove R-IV Schools is seeking a full-time paraprofessional for the 2018-2019 school year to serve in the Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Classroom. Applicants must have 60 college hours, and be eligible for a DESE sub certificate prior to interview. Applications are available on the district website at: ashgrove.k12.mo.us. Contact Special Services Director, Mrs. Erica Long at elong@apps.ashgrove.k12.mo.us or Ash Grove Elementary Principal, Dr. Sheila Cox-Hines at scoxhines@apps.ashgrove.k12.mo.us. Applications will be accepted through Friday, June 1, 2018.

Ash Grove R-IV | 'Early Childhood Educator / Preschool' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 5/9/2018)
The Ash Grove R-IV School District is accepting applications for a Preschool Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants must hold an active, appropriate Missouri Certification in Early Childhood Education (B-3). Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, completed application (available on the Ash Grove R-IV website at ashgrove.k12.mo.us), resume, 3 letters of reference and supporting transcripts. Application packet must be received by Friday, May 18, 2018. Completed application files should be sent to Dr. Sheila Cox-Hines, Ash Grove Elementary Principal, scoxhines@apps.ashgrove.k12.mo.us

Fair Play R-II | 'VI and O&M Teacher' | 'Blind/Partially Sighted' -- (posted 5/9/2018)
The Exceptional Pupil Cooperative has an opening for a VI/O&M part time teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants must have VI and O&M certification. The position will be at the Dallas County School District in Buffalo, Missouri. Interested applicants may complete a job application on the Fair Play R-II website or call 417-326-6284.

Lamar R-I | 'ECSE Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/8/2018)
The Barton, Dade, Jasper County Special Education Cooperative has a vacancy for an Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Paraprofessional. This position works in an ECSE classroom assisting the ECSE teacher with instructional support, behavior support, and assisting students with personal care needs such as feeding, toileting/diapering, and lifting, when needed. This position would be for the ECSE Cooperative classroom located in Lamar for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualifications include one of the following: · 60 College Hours OR, · High School Diploma and Passed the Para Pro Assessment (Before September 23, 2013) OR, · High School Diploma and Passed the Paraprofessional Assessment (September 23, 2013 or after)

Lamar R-I | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/8/2018)
The Barton, Dade, Jasper County Special Education Cooperative has a vacancy for a Student Support Instructional Paraprofessional. This position works in conjunction with two school psychologists and assists with student intervention, social skills training, administration of progress monitoring assessments, and the graphing of that data for the school psychologists to interpret. This position will serve the school districts of Jasper, Liberal, and Avilla for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualifications include one of the following: · 60 College Hours OR, · High School Diploma and Passed the Para Pro Assessment (Before September 23, 2013) OR, · High School Diploma and Passed the Paraprofessional Assessment (September 23, 2013 or after)

Logan-Rogersville R-VIII | 'Full-time Custodian' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/8/2018)
Logan-Rogersville High School is seeking a full-time custodian. The position is available immediately and is a 12 month position. Applicants, apply at the districts website: www.logrog.net>District>Employment Opportunities

Gasconade C-4 | 'Middle School English Language Arts Teacher' | 'Language Arts' -- (posted 5/8/2018)
Seeking a teacher for our Middle School English Language Arts class, for grades 5-8. You will also be responsible for teaching a social studies class.

Willard Public Schools | 'Parents as Teachers' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/8/2018)
Qualifications: High school graduate Certification or Licensure - Successful completion of a minimum of 30 hours Department-approved training in parent education. Valid Parents as Teachers National Training Certification. Experience desired - Training and/or experience related to the specific responsibilities and competencies of the parent educator role is beneficial. Two years of successful experience in a program working with young children and their parents. Other requirements - Must successfully pass a backround check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education. Excellent organizational skills, oral and written skills, time management, and telephone skills. Computer knowledge and assistive technology. Performance Responsibilities: Provides assistance, instruction and materials to parents/children in the areas of language stimulation and all areas of early childhood development. Offers encouragement, information and instruction in the areas of parent educations and home-school interaction. Considerable knowledge of parent education and outreadh practicies and programs. Provides age-appropriate developmental information and activities to parents. Monitors child behavior for educational, visual, and hearing delays. Refers suspected delays to appropriate school staff. Maintains flexible work schedule to accommodate parents' schedules, which may include mornings, evenings, and weekends. Maintains appropriate records on participation, attendnace, home visits, and group meetings. Schedule and maintain appointments Demonstrate patience and maturity in dealing with young children, parents, teachers, and co-workers. Conducts screening activities as required Maintains confidentiality and non-judgmental views of children and families served. Performs related duties as assigned Prepares and disseminates educational and information materials Meets applicable district physical ability/healthy and safety guidelines for the position Applicants must submit online application at: http://www.applitrack.com/wico/onlineapp/

Logan-Rogersville R-VIII | 'MS Cheerleading Coach' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 5/7/2018)
Logan-Rogersville Middle School is accepting applications for the position of Middle School Cheerleading Coach for the 2018-19 school year. This position teaches and coaches our students to the highest level that can be attained, while supporting the academic beliefs and practices of the district. Applicants may apply at the district website: www.logrog.net>District>Employment Opportunities

Fair Grove R-X | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 5/7/2018)
Elementary Teacher FLSA: Exempt QUALIFICATIONS: Must hold proper state certification REPORTS TO: Principal and/or other Supervisor TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Begin August 7, 2018. Salary and Benefits as approved by Fair Grove R-X Board of Education. Fair Grove R-X School District is accepting applications for dynamic teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Candidates must be certified in elementary or early childhood education. Candidates should possess strong literacy skills with experience in guided reading. Knowledge of MRI, MAP testing and the RTI process is preferred. A strong understanding of the Missouri Learning Standards and curriculum implementation is needed. Candidates will be required to submit a 2-3 minute teaching video, a guided reading lesson, and a class wide math intervention. Interested applicants should apply on our website at https://fairgroverx.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Laclede Co. R-I | '7-12 Art' | 'Art' -- (revised 6/11/2018)
The Laclede County R-1 School district in Conway, MO is currently taking applications for a 7-12 art teacher. Interested applicants must apply on the district website www.lacledecountyr1.com > District > employment opportunities. Applicants must have MO teacher certification or eligible for that certification.

Ozarks Technical Community College | 'Computer Information Science Instructor' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 5/4/2018)
Date Position Available: August 15, 2018 Salary Scale: Salary is based on education and experience. Qualifications & Experience: MANDATORY: (M1) Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning; (M2) Valid Missouri teaching certificate with the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (or be willing to obtain current teaching certificate in secondary and post-secondary education from the State of Missouri at the applicants’ expense); (M3) Five years of employment experience in the industry or a related field; (M4) Demonstrated current knowledge in course content; (M5) An industry recognized credential in field of study; (M6) Availability to teach daytime, evening, or weekend courses as, needed; (M7) Ability to work well with others; (M8) Strong oral and written communication skills; (M9) Ability to use information technology for professional productivity (such as Microsoft Office Suite). DESIRABLE: (D1) Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning; (D2) Teaching experience in C#.NET, HTML, CSS, Java, or MSSQL; (D3); Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MSCD), Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) or equivalent; (D4) Ten years of employment experience in the industry or a related field; (D5) Knowledge of Learning Management Systems (such as Canvas); (D6) Participation in professional organizations related to teaching area; (D7) Experience with Colleague; (D8) Experience working within a collegiate setting. POSITION DESCRIPTION Department: Technical Education FLSA: Exempt Immediate Supervisor: Dean of Academic and Student Affairs (TRC) Schedule Details: Full-time/9 month position/PSRS Position Summary The Instructor is responsible for developing and implementing the daily lesson plans and activities for proper management of assigned classes. The Instructor is also responsible for creating a classroom environment that implements best practices, supports industry standards, and engages students in career and technical education. The instructor will also maintain industry and required certification(s) for specialized fields. This position is responsible for 15 credit hours of instruction per fall and spring semester. The Instructor is allowed to teach two classes for overload per semester. Over two classes requires approval of Dean and Provost. Essential Job Duties •Provide quality instruction which is reflective of current discipline standards and is accurate, relevant, and engaging using college–approved curriculum and resources. •Actively engage and interact with students using intentional best practice teaching strategies. •Plan and prepare the learning environment with needed materials and supplies. •Develop a course syllabus for each class taught using the approved course abstract and syllabus template. •Present course content in an unbiased and civil manner, while demonstrating respect, helpfulness, and responsiveness toward students. •Demonstrate professional conduct, positive attitude, and supportive culture. •Maintain appropriate record keeping for assigned classes to include student attendance, record of grades earned, and other related classroom information. •Schedule and keep a minimum of five office hours per week convenient to students. •Assist in addressing student concerns regarding advisement, placement, and course difficulties. •Work with program advisory committees; serve as partners with local industry. •Facilitate student recruitment; assist in the promotion of programs. •Sponsor student clubs and/or organizations, as appropriate. •Complete professional development training hours and maintain appropriate professional certification, as necessary. •Actively participate in department and division meetings, events, and initiatives •Assist in textbook and course material selection; assist with curriculum development and modification of programs. Maintain confidentiality of students, parents/guardians, and fellow staff members, as well as records and all information. •Exhibit exemplary attendance and punctuality. •Comply with college policies and procedures. •Perform other duties as assigned, including participating in commencement, attending college functions, serving on committees and attending community events. Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, and walk; use hands to finger/touch, handle, or feel; and talk or hear. The employee must be able to move around and about their area, and operate a computer as needed. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. ***OZARKS TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY, INTERPRET, OR APPLY THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IN ANY WAY THE INSTITUTION DESIRES. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IN NO WAY IMPLIES THAT THESE ARE THE ONLY DUTIES, INCLUDING ESSENTIAL DUTIES, TO BE PERFORMED BY THE EMPLOYEE OCCUPYING THIS POSITION. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE. THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP REMAINS “AT-WILL.” THE AFOREMENTIONED JOB REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE TO REASONABLY ACCOMMODATE QUALIFIED DISABLED INDIVIDUALS.

Willard Public Schools | 'Instructional Aide' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 5/4/2018)
Compensation for  position will be based on the Willard Public Schools Para Salary Schedule. The Salary Schedule and more information on Benefits may be found on the Willard Public Schools website at www.willardschools.net under the Human Resources tab. Qualifications: 1. Education level – 60 College credit hours 2. Experience desired – Training and/or experience related to the specific responsibilities and competencies of the instructional aide role is beneficial. 4. Other requirements – Must successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education. 5. Excellent organizational skills, oral and written skills, time management, and telephone skills. Computer knowledge and assistive technology. Peformance Responsibilities 1) Participates as an effective team member across all settings in a manner that promotes collaboration for student success by carrying out team decisions as assigned, contributing relevant information and assisting with planning, problem solving and decision making. 2) Assists with the preparation of instructional/learning resources. Supervises students in teacher-planned activities and helps students stay on task for programs taught by supervising teacher. 3) Assists the teacher with implementation of instructional strategies in the classroom that respect individual differences, foster student achievement and maintain supportive and inclusive environments. 4) Performs support tasks to enhance the effectiveness of the learning environment. 5) Demonstrates continued professional growth to meet changes in the position. 6) Performs related duties, as assigned. 7) Supervise student in cafeteria or at recess or as assigned by supervising teacher. 8) Strictly adheres to confidentiality requirements regarding all matters pertaining to students, parents, parent communications and/or classroom activities. 9) Carries out work responsibilities effectively under pressure of deadlines, difficult situations, interruptions and new or emergency situations. Performs routine instructional and non-instructional support tasks, including clerical duties and use of adaptive/assistive equipment or technology. 10) Meets applicable district physical ability/healthy and safety guidelines for the position. 11) Demonstrates respect for students, staff and parents in all situations.

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 5/3/2018)
Rocky Comfort Elementary School K-8

Springfield R-XII | 'Full Time High School Online Launch Instructor, 3 Openings' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/3/2018)
Springfield R-XII is currently accepting applications for the position of Full Time High School Online Launch Instructor. We have a High School Business opening, High School Social Studies open and a High School ELA/Communication Arts position open The Secondary Launch Educator will deliver and provide support to the instructional program with specific responsibility for developing student success in academics and/or skills; supervising students in online settings; collaborating with teachers, professional staff and administrators to deliver pre-designed curriculum and course work; and responding to a wide range of inquiries from students’ parents or guardians regarding instructional program and student progress. Launch teachers are expected to be positive promoters of virtual learning opportunities to internal and external stakeholders. Essential Functions Administers subject specific assignments for the purpose of assessing student competency levels. Advises parents and/or legal guardians of student progress for the purpose of communicating expectations and Students’ achievements and developing methods for improvement. Analyzes performance data for the purpose of enhancing student achievement. Assesses student progress towards objectives, expectations and/or goals for the purpose of providing regular, high-quality feedback to students, parents and administration. Facilitates mandatory face-to-face or online proctored assessments. Physically supervises online students at a variety of Springfield Public Schools and Launch district partners. Collaborates with Launch Online Staff, curriculum facilitators, other school personnel, and parents for the purpose of improving the overall quality of student outcomes and achieving established objectives. Demonstrates methods required to perform classroom and/or subject specific assignments for the purpose of providing an effective education that addresses individual student learning needs. Facilitates student learning (e.g. creating a learning environment, integrating technology, encouraging learning environment, facilitates collaboration) in pre-designed course for the purpose of achieving success in academic, interpersonal and daily living skills through pre-determined curriculum. Maintains a variety of confidential and non-confidential files and records (e.g. grades, test scores, attendance, anecdotal records, lesson plans, etc.) for the purposes of providing up-to-date information, historical reference and documenting student progress in accordance with established guidelines and legal requirements. Monitors students and manages student behavior in an online environment for the purpose of providing a safe and positive learning environment. Participates in a variety of trainings for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions. Reports health and safety issues to administrative personnel and/or appropriate agencies for the purpose of maintaining students’ personal safety, a positive learning environment and complying with regulatory requirements and established guidelines. Manages student behavior for the purpose of providing a safe and optimal learning environment. Participates in continuous improvement efforts at all district levels for the purpose of improving education results in the classroom, department, school and district. Participates in a variety of meetings (e.g. Professional Development, department meetings, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions. Prepares a variety of written materials (e.g. grades, attendance, anecdotal records, lesson plans, etc.) for the purpose of documenting student progress and meeting mandated requirements. Responds to emergency situations for the purpose of resolving immediate safety concerns and/or directing to appropriate personnel for resolution. Responds to inquiries from a variety of sources (e.g. other teachers, parents, administrators, etc.) for the purpose of resolving issues, providing information and/or direction.

Springfield R-XII | 'Coordinator, Physical Education, Health and Engagement Activities' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 5/3/2018)
The Coordinator of Physical Education and Activities will provide coordination of the district’s physical education, health, and driver’s education school year and summer curriculum, as well as oversight for various activities that relate to curriculum. Essential Functions ● Coordinates the development of standards based curriculum for the areas of physical education, health and driver’s education. This includes the writing of standards for all courses, unit and assessment writing, and resource adoption as well as loading and updating this content in district digital platforms. ● Coordinates or assists with the coordination of activities and academic competitions including, but not limited to archery, Snag Golf, middle school speech and debate, Scholar Bowl, and content-specific competitions. This includes communication to coaches, organizing tournaments, securing judges, overseeing budgets, and organizing transportation. ● Develop and maintain appropriate partnerships that support physical education, health, driver’’s education, and create lifelong patterns of healthy living. ● Develops a system to review, evaluate, and revise standards, curriculum, and assessment on an annual basis. ● Coordinates and provides leadership for curriculum development committees comprised of teachers, principals, parent, patron and representatives from higher education for the purpose of ensuring appropriate representation of multiple constituents. ● Oversees the accountability of collecting fitness scores for state reporting. ● Develops and implements safety training for all physical education teachers on an annual basis by researching current safety practices. ● Disseminates information to teachers and principals regarding trends in physical education curriculum, instructional strategies, and assessments for the purpose of ensuring informed and effective practices. Develops and implements budgets for the purpose of attaining program goals and maximizing the use of funds. ● Provides engaging, relevant, and personal research-based professional learning for teachers and principals for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information. ● Prepares a wide variety of written materials (e.g. curriculum guides, assessments, reports, correspondence, etc.) for the purpose of providing written reference, documenting activities, and conveying information. ● Collaborates with a variety of internal and external personnel (e.g. community members, colleges/universities, DESE, publisher/vendor representatives, etc.O for the purpose of ensuring effective two-way communication. ● Participates in state and national professional educational organizations in order to remain current with educational developments and research.

Spokane R-VII | 'High School Biology' | 'Science' -- (revised 5/14/2018)
Spokane High School is accepting applications for a high school Biology teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.  This position will be a full time position focusing on Biology and science electives.  Previous experience is preferred, but not required.  All applicants must be appropriately certified or able to obtain DESE certification in Biology. Head Girls Basketball Coaching position could be paired with this opening. Questions can be directed to Spokane Central Office 417-443-2200.  Interested applicants should apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/spokanek12/onlineapp/ 

Mountain Grove R-III | 'Welding Teacher' | 'Vocational' -- (posted 5/2/2018)
The Mountain Grove R-III School District is currently accepting applications for a Welding Instructor for the 2018-2019 school year. Certification for position is based on occupational experience and/or educational background. Benefits include salary plus medical, retirement and life insurance. Please contact J.T. Hale, Ozark Mountain Technical Center, 211 East Fifth Street, Mountain Grove, MO 65711 at 417-926-3177.

Lamar R-I | 'Computer Literacy' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (posted 5/2/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a Computer Literacy Teacher for the 2018-19 school year.

Hollister R-V | 'Elementary Physical Education' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 5/2/2018)
The Hollister R-V School District is now accepting applications for an Elementary P.E. coach for the 2017-18 school year with additional coaching attached (assistant football coach). Hollister is a progressive district conveniently located just south of Branson, accessing beautiful Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, and the beautiful Ozark Mountains. Our strong emphasis on relationships and learning coupled with our focus on instruction make Hollister R-V a desirable district in which to work and live. The successful candidate must hold appropriate credentials and Missouri certification. Teaching assignment will be for K-5. Interested applicants should complete an online application at: https://hollister.cloud.talentedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. Questions can be directed to Mark Waugh, ECC Principal or Nina Henson, Elementary Principal, 2112 State Hwy BB, Hollister, MO 65672, by email at mwaugh@hollisterschools.com or nhenson@hollisterschools.com by calling (417) 243-4025.

Seneca R-VII | 'Speech Language Patholoyg Assistant/Speech Implementer' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 5/2/2018)
Speech Language Pathology Assistant/ Speech Implementer The Seneca R-7 School District is seeking applications for the position of Speech Language Pathology Assistant/ Speech Implementer for the 2018-2019 school year. This position will serve students K-12. This individual will create a learning environment to meet students’ individual needs; to motive students and create relationships with students, parents, and staff members within the school setting. SLP-A must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from program ASHA approved to grant Master’s SLP degrees OR Bachelor’s Degree in other area with a total of 21 hours in five speech/language areas (anatomy /physiology, phonetics, development, disorders (acquired & developmental) & clinical methods); 25 hours of SLP observation; and 25 hours of SLP clinical assisting or practicum. The SLP-A will be supervised by a licensed SLP. Speech Implementer must have a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary or Secondary Education and a current Missouri teaching certificate OR a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Disorders and a current Missouri teaching certificate. The speech implementer will be supervised by a licensed SLP.

Reeds Spring R-IV | 'Speech Language Pathologist or SLP-Assistant' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Qualifications:    Applicants must hold, or be eligible for, MO-Board of Healing Arts certification in the area of Speech Language Pathology or Speech Language Pathology-Assistant.   Job Requirements:    Reeds Spring Special Services is seeking a Licensed Speech Language Pathologist or Assistant for the 2018-19 school year. Qualified candidates should possess highly effective communication skills, flexibility, responsibility, reliability, be a self-starter and have the ability to adjust to change; meet the standards in knowledge and competence in the communication areas of language, articulation/phonology, voice, and fluency; candidates should be able to schedule and conduct therapy for the students who require services; and participate as part of the IEP interdisciplinary team.   For those licensed as a Speech Language Pathologist all candidates must meet standards in knowledge and competence of the comprehensive speech and language evaluation process and also in generating educationally relative goals and objectives based on the communication needs of the individuals; test and identify any students who are in need of speech/language services; diagnose specific speech/language disorders; consult with students, parents, and professionals concerning progress in speech/language services; attend and or conduct eligibility reviews and IEP meetings; and complete IEP paperwork for students as required. This position is being filled for the 2018-19 school year.

Joplin Schools | 'Agriculture/Plant Science Teacher' | 'Agriculture Education' -- (posted 5/2/2018)
Position: Agriculture/Plant Science Teacher Term: Full-time Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Franklin Technology Center Qualifications: B.S. required; MO Teaching Certificate with Agricultural Education endorsement required Supervisory: No Reports to: Director of Franklin Technology Center General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools and Franklin Technology Center Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Provide instruction to students Create and implement a classroom disciplinary plan Create lesson plans and activities to implement and supplement instruction Participate in building, grade level and subject area committees Participate in professional development activities Maintain accurate student records including attendance, grades and discipline Complete and submit forms and required reports in a timely manner Communicate regularly with parents regarding progress and other educational concerns Report suspected abuse, neglect, discrimination and harassments as directed by Board policy Prepare lesson plans for use by a substitute teacher Assist and supervise Ag students to plan, develop, and conduct agricultural experience activities by using the vehicle of FFA to help students to develop attitudes and skills in citizenship, leadership, and human relations Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Speak and hear in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously Move around the classroom Read handwritten or printed material Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment The individual who holds this position will regularly work in a school environment that is noisy and active. Occasionally the individual will be required to work outdoors for short periods of time to perform such tasks as loading and unloading students from district transportation and supervising recess. Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

New Covenant Academy | 'School Nurse' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 6/14/2018)
Job Duties The school nurse will assist building administrators at the new 5-8 grade campus at 3581 S. Kansas Ave., Springfield, MO in providing each student the fullest opportunity to receive a quality education by minimizing absences due to illness, providing nursing care during the school day, and creating a climate of health and well-being in school. Qualifications The school nurse will hold current licensure in the State of Missouri as a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse. The school nurse shall have a sincere desire to work with others in a caring and diplomatic manner and exhibit excellent communication skills. Additionally, the school nurse will have good organizational skills and the ability to process and maintain paperwork. Physical requirements for the position include the ability to stay on his/her feet for an extended period of time during the school day and the ability to lift 50 pounds or more. Supervisor Nurse will report directly to the assigned administrator. Duties 1. Manage the school health office, including the maintenance of school health records. 2. Provide a system for prevention and control of communicable diseases. 3. Manage a safe medication administration program. 4. Assess, plan, and implement age-appropriate screening programs and provide follow-up of referrals for identified health needs. 5. Provide support and resources for the health instruction program. 6. Assist in monitoring the school health environment to ensure health and safety. 7. Act as liaison between home, school, and community health care providers. 8. Participate as the health professional in staffing meetings, evaluation of students with special health care needs, and the student assistance teams. 9. Collaborate with community resources to meet the needs of children. 10. Perform other duties as directed by the assigned principal. The NCA board of directors views each employee, not only as a professional, but also as a vehicle by which the mission and vision at NCA is put into action and unfolds to its students, families as well as to the surrounding community. Therefore, all employees will be required to sign and comply with NCA's lifestyle agreement and statement of faith throughout the term of employment. Pay is an hourly rate to be discussed upon interview.

Reeds Spring R-IV | 'HS Freshman Boys' Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 6/5/2018)
Qualifications/Requirements:    Reeds Spring High School is seeking an energetic, student-centered Freshman Boys Basketball Coach to help lead our Basketball program. RSHS is a progressive 1:1 Initiative school focused on preparing students for the future. This coach will be responsible for helping in the development and leadership of the freshman basketball program. It is important that the successful candidate has the ability to develop positive relationships with students, staff, parents and the community. This position is being filled for the 2018-19 school year.

Springfield R-XII | 'High School Principal' | 'Secondary Principal' -- (posted 4/30/2018)
The job of Principal - High School is responsible for establishing a school site’s mission and vision that aligns with the District’s Strategic Plan and provides support for the instructional process. This position includes specific responsibility for directing overall site operations, services and staff at a high school; providing information and serving as a resource to others; enforcing established policies and regulatory requirements; coordinating school activities and addressing staff and/or student issues, situations and/or problems that arise on campus or with enrolled students. This Provides support as educators interact with students and parents to ensure collaboration and professional communication exists Essential Functions • Promotes a positive culture for the school site of responsibility. The principal sets the expectations for the students and all building staff under their charge. • Ensures effective instructional programs are being designed and delivered to students. • Ensures that professional learning opportunities are available and delivered to promote continued educator learning and growing. • Serves as the instructional leader (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional process, classroom management, curriculum, etc.) for the purpose of providing support and guidance as requested based on their knowledge and experience. • Supervises instructional personnel for the purpose of monitoring performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall objectives of school's curriculum. • Continues to increase personal knowledge, skills and abilities and ensures best practices are being implemented. • Ensures all state statues, board of education policies, administrative practices and procedures, as well as employee handbook are complied with. • Manages the school site and organizational systems by ensuring the proper structure is in place, leading educators and staff to support their performance success and effectively and efficiently managing resources. • Conducts meetings as needed (e.g. curriculum, safety, site advisory, special district committees, central administrative staff, etc.) for the purpose of coordinating activities and ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives and for the proper functioning of the school. • Responsible to ensure that staff and educators are following proper ethical standards and performing their responsibilities with integrity; holds those who fall short accountable. • Delegates responsibility for a variety of administrative functions to Assistant Principals and other personnel for the purpose of managing the workload more efficiently, as well as growing leadership capacity. • Develops a wide variety of written and electronic reports (e.g. budgets and financial forecasts, student data reports, teacher tenure recommendations, etc.) for the purpose of providing guidance for curriculum, instruction, assessment and student achievement and making recommendations to administrative personnel. • Evaluates assigned personnel for the purpose of ensuring that standards are achieved and performance is maximized. • Facilitates communication between personnel, students, parents and community members for the purpose of evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts. • Implements policies, procedures and/or processes (e.g. district goals, SIP plan, etc.) for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements. • Manages school administrative functions (e.g. facility maintenance, budget, staffing, technology communication, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining safe and efficient school operations within district guidelines. • Monitors programs (e.g. Student learning/achievement, student attendance, At-Risk Intervention, staff attendance, technology plan, facilities maintenance, extracurricular and co-curricular, etc.) for the purpose of establishing an effective learning climate. • Prepares a wide variety of materials (e.g. quantity reports, student activities, correspondence, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information. • Represents the school within community forums for the purpose of maintaining ongoing community support for educational goals and/or assisting with issues related to school environment. • Responds to written and verbal inquires from a variety of internal and external sources (e.g. staffing, conflicts in policies and regulations, community concerns, parental requests, etc.) for the purpose of identifying the relevant issues and recommending or implementing a remediation plan. Experience Three years of successful teaching experience required; leadership experience with increasing levels of responsibility is preferred. Education Master’s degree in leadership or school administration from an accredited university is required. Certificates and Licenses: Missouri Secondary Principal certificate 9-12, required Ability to gain and maintain “Highly Qualified” status as defined by Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, required Maintaining Certifications and licenses is required

Springfield R-XII | 'Elementary Principal' | 'Elementary Principal' -- (revised 4/30/2018)
The job of Principal - Sherwood Elementary School is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the instructional process with specific responsibility for directing overall site operations, services and staff at an elementary school; providing information and serving as a resource to others; enforcing established policies and regulatory requirements; coordinating school activities and addressing issues, situations and/or problems that arise on campus or with enrolled students. Essential Functions • Serves as the instructional leader (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional improvement process, classroom management, curriculum, etc.) for the purpose of providing support and guidance as requested (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional process, classroom management, curriculum, etc.) based on their knowledge and experience. • Supervises instructional personnel for the purpose of monitoring performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall objectives of school’s curriculum. • Implements policies, procedures and/or processes, new curriculum, new programs, for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements and fostering student achievement. • Manages school administrative functions (e.g. facility maintenance, budget, staffing, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining safe and efficient school operations within district guidelines. • Evaluates assigned personnel (e.g. teachers, paraprofessionals, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring that standards are achieved and performance is maximized. • Facilitates communication between site and district personnel, students and/or parents for the purpose of evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts. • Prepares a wide variety of materials (e.g. reports, student activities, correspondence, emergency plans, student conduct guides, achievement awards, ol, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information. • Represents the school within community forums for the purpose of maintaining ongoing community support for educational goals and/or assisting with issues related to school environment. • Responds to written and verbal inquires from a variety of internal and external sources (e.g. staffing, conflicts in policies and regulations, community concerns, parental requests, etc.) for the purpose of identifying the relevant issues and recommending or implementing a remediation plan. • Presents information (e.g. site budget overviews, accounting processes, student activities, new curriculum, distribution formulas, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, gaining feedback and ensuring adherence to established internal controls. • Develops a wide variety of written and electronic reports, (e.g. budgets and financial forecasts, student data reports, teacher tenure recommendations, etc.) for the purpose of providing guidance for curriculum, instruction, assessment and student achievement and making recommendations to administrative personnel. • Delegates responsibility for a variety of administrative functions to other personnel for the purpose of managing the workload more efficiently. • Conducts meetings (e.g. curriculum, safety, site advisory, special district committees, etc.) for the purpose of coordinating activities and ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives.

Golden City R-III | 'High School Baseball/Junior High Boys Basketball' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 4/30/2018)
The Golden City R-III School District has coaching vacancies for High School Baseball and Junior High Boys Basketball. These positions will likely be tied to the Elementary teaching positions that are currently open in the district.

Monett R-I | 'Monett High School Science Teacher 2018/2019' | 'Science' -- (revised 4/27/2018)
The Monett R-1 School District is accepting applications for a science teaching position at Monett High School ( May include any combination of Biology (DC and AP), Chemistry and/or Physical Science) for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants should be willing to work in a collaborative atmosphere. Position open until filled.

Laclede Co. C-5 | 'Special Education Teacher ' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 4/27/2018)
The Laclede CO C-5 District is now accepting applications for a special education teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualified applicants must be certified in special education. Successful candidate must be able to develop and implement IEP's, plan lessons, work collaboratively with regular education teachers, demonstrate ability to use technology, and exhibit positive classroom management. Laclede CO C-5 utilizes the 4 day school calendar with professional development every other Friday. This creates a positive learning environment for teachers and students. Interested candidates consider joining our learning community.

Sarcoxie R-II | 'High School Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Sarcoxie R-II School District is looking for a HS Science (Chemistry) instructor for the 2018-19 school year. Sarcoxie R-II is a school committed to helping our children successfully attend college, a vocational school, or become employed with work-ready skills. We are the 2nd high school in the state to sign on with the Missouri Department of Economic Development for the National Career Readiness Certificate. Located on Interstate 44, Sarcoxie has 1,400 residents, many of whom travel 15 minutes to Carthage, 25 minutes to Joplin, or 45 minutes to Springfield for work. The school has about 800 students and is nearing a 70% free and reduced lunch population. We also have a 20% special education population. Sarcoxie is looking for excellent educators who want to challenge themselves while serving kids who need the best teachers Missouri has to offer. Wildwood Elementary serves PK-5 in a clean, historic building built by the WPA in 1939 with new wings added in the last few years as we have grown. Sarcoxie Middle and High School serves grades 6-12 in a clean, attractive building with a new vocational wing. Both facilities have completed FEMA buildings which serve as a new gymnasium and Fieldhouse. Sarcoxie R-II was awarded "Distinction in Performance" for 2011 and 2012. Sarcoxie is becoming a progressive district with a 2 to 1 laptop ratio, districtwide wifi, and a new athletic complex with artificial turf. Become a Sarcoxie Bear and help us on our journey toward excellence!

Joplin Schools | 'Practical Nursing Program Coordinator' | 'Vocational Supervisor' -- (posted 4/26/2018)
Position: Practical Nursing Program Coordinator Term: Full-time Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Franklin Technology Center - MSSU Qualifications: Must be licensed as a registered professional nurse in Missouri; two years of experience in clinical nursing practice; two years of experience as an instructor in a nursing education program; master’s degree in Nursing preferred Supervisory: Yes Reports to: Director of Franklin Technology Center General Expectations: Supports the mission of Franklin Technology Center. Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Teach a portion of the curriculum of the Nursing program. Collaborates with the nursing faculty to develop, implement and evaluate the curriculum for the Nursing Program. Collaborates with the nursing faculty to develop, implement and coordinate the Nursing Program admissions policy and procedure. Participates in the recruitment and retention efforts for the Nursing Program. Establishes lectures and rotation schedules in conjunction with faculty and clinical affiliates. Counsels students regarding academic and employment matters. Collaborates with the Assistant Director to develop an annual budget for the Nursing Program and monitors program expenditures. Coordinates the submission of annual reports and accreditation reports and any other reports required by the local, state and national agencies. Insures that Memorandums of Understanding with affiliating agencies for the nursing program are current and contain appropriate information and initiates any new Memorandums of Understanding necessary to implement the clinical aspects of the nursing program. Participates in the Nursing Advisory Committee for program. Contacts affiliating agencies for planning and evaluating of all clinical assignments. Plans and oversees the orientation process for all incoming nursing students. Attends meetings related to the nursing programs. Prepares necessary paperwork for LPN students to sit for the NCLEX-PN licensing exams. Carry out all other duties as assigned.

Joplin Schools | 'Welding Instructor' | 'Vocational' -- (posted 4/26/2018)
Position: Welding Instructor Term: Full-time Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Franklin Technology Center Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required, at least 6000 hours related occupational experience required and must have or qualify to obtain Missouri Technical Education Teacher certification. Supervisory: No Reports to: Director of Franklin Technology Center Franklin Technology Center is seeking a full-time Day Welding Technology Instructor for 2018-19 school year for grades 11, 12. The ideal candidate must be able to deliver theory & skills training through direct teaching and demonstration of skills in the lab related to the welding processes of oxy-acetylene, electric arc, tungsten inert gas and metal inert gas welding on various types of metal as well as plasma cutting and pipe welding. Candidate will serve as a role model for students & an advisor with SkillsUSA to assist students in developing attitudes and skills in citizenship, leadership, and human relations which will contribute to their personal and occupational experiences. Instructions include all facets of core academics, technical and workplace readiness skills. General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Instructional Skills: Prepares for classroom instruction. Implements a variety of effective teaching techniques. Implements technology for effective instruction. Provides for individual differences. Implements instructional objectives effectively. Demonstrates competent knowledge of subject matter. Uses a variety of material. Uses instructional time effectively. Motivates students. Communicates effectively with students. Provides evaluative feedback to students. Support & be active in the respective Career & Technical Student Organizations-CTSO’s Classroom & Lab Management: Organizes classroom to promote learning. Manages student behavior constructively. Manage equipment inventory Research equipment needs and contact vendors Care and Maintain program equipment Establish & maintain supplies inventory Account for program inventory of equipment Account for Hand Tool inventory Monitor spending habits and work within the program budget Interpersonal Relations: Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with students. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with staff. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with parents and patrons. Develop positive communications& relationships with Business & Industry Professional Responsibilities: Participates in professional growth activities. Stays abreast of new technologies and it uses Demonstrates enthusiasm toward the teaching profession. Follows the policies and procedures of the school district. Maintains regular attendance. Prepares necessary materials for substitutes. Maintains confidentiality, unquestionable integrity. Develop & nurture a program Advisory Committee Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must have the ability to transmit information, in both verbal and written English, in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously. They must have the physical ability to sit, stoop, bend, and twist to maneuver in tight areas. They will be required to be on their feet for most of the instructional period to best monitor student work and behaviors in open and enclosed work areas. The individual is required to lift 50 pounds from the floor to standard working height and return on a regular basis, and have the ability to move 90 pounds. Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment The individual who holds this position will be in school setting, but will also be required to work with live voltages, gases, hazardous chemicals, fire producing equipment and paints, and solvents. They will adhere to all EPA regulations regarding the safe handling of all petroleum products, as well as information provided in the Material Safety Data Sheets. Occasionally the individual may be required to work outdoors for short periods of time. Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Seneca R-VII | 'Summer School Teacher 1-6' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 4/25/2018)
The Seneca R-7 School District is seeking qualified applicants to teach 1st-6th grade for the 2018 summer school July session. (July 2-27) Responsible for planning lessons, carrying out effective instruction, and evaluating student progress toward learning goals. Accountable for creating a positive and productive classroom learning environment. Appropriate certification is required. Applicants should be willing to work in a collaborative atmosphere to increase student achievement. A complete application will include the online application (www.senecar7.com) and the following documents uploaded within the application: letter of interest, resume, teaching certificate, transcripts and three current letters of reference. Position is open until filled. Questions should be directed to Seneca R-7 Elementary School. 417-776-2785. ​

Monett R-I | 'Special Education Paraprofessional (K-12)' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 4/25/2018)
Monett R-1 School District is seeking applicants for Special Education Paraprofessional positions for the 2018-2019 school year. Successful candidates should be able to work well with students with a variety of abilities and disabilities, demonstrate initiative, and communicate well with students and staff. Minimum of 60 college credit hours required; substitute teaching certificate is required; college degree or certified teaching certificate a plus.

Mountain Grove R-III | 'Assistant Varsity Boy's Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 4/25/2018)
Mountain Grove High School is accepting applications for the Assistant Varsity Boy's Basketball Coach for the 2018-2019 school year. Teaching position will be determined by district need. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, completed district application, transcript of course work completed, copy of valid Missouri certificate and three recent letters of recommendation to Mountain Grove R-III School District, P. O. Box 806, Mountain Grove, MO 65711. For any further questions, please contact Brandon Rodgers, Mountain Grove Schools Athletic Director.

Nixa Public Schools | 'High School Spanish Teacher (Grades 9-12)' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (posted 4/25/2018)
Responsible for planning lessons, carrying out effective instruction, and evaluating student progress toward learning goals. Accountable for creating a positive and productive classroom learning environment. Must be able to work effectively in a team environment. Engaging the learner through novel and insightful approaches to Spanish instruction. Implementation of High School Spanish curriculum. Serve as Spanish Club sponsor. Communicate effectively with parents on student comprehension and progress. Support the High School building improvement plan. Participate in District and Building Professional Development opportunities.   EDUCATIONAL/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Missouri certification in Spanish 9-12. Must have a strong knowledge of Missouri Assessment Program (MAP)/End-of-Course Examinations and many effective instructional strategies. Experience in the AIM methodology of instruction is preferred. Willingness to collaborate with peers. 

Lamar R-I | 'Early Childhood Special Education Itinerant Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 4/23/2018)
The Barton, Dade, Jasper County Special Education Cooperative is seeking an Early Childhood Special Education Itinerant Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. The candidate must be knowledgeable in the areas of curriculum and instruction, be willing to serve students in their homes/daycare/Head Start, and have a thorough understanding of the special education process. The candidate must have a deep compassion for young children, be a team player to ensure the best possible educational experience for students, possess excellent communication skills, and be able to work with a great deal of autonomy. Early Childhood Special Education certification and experience preferred. The position will assist with all referrals and First Steps to ECSE transition meetings. The Barton, Dade, Jasper County Special Education Cooperative serves the school districts of Everton, Greenfield, Lockwood, Golden City, Avilla, Jasper, Lamar, and Liberal. The Lamar School District serves as the fiscal agent for the Cooperative. This position will serve all eight areas with a great deal of travel. Salary will be determined based on experience. Compensation package includes health care benefits.

Manes R-V | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 4/23/2018)
The Manes R-V School District is accepting applications for an elementary teaching position for the 2018-19 school year. The position will have an emphasis in math and/or English Language Arts and experience in this area would be preferred. Submit a completed district application, copies of college transcript, current certification, along with 2 letters of recommendation. A district application can be found on the school’s website at www.manes.k12.mo.us. For more information call the school office 417-668-5313. The application can be mailed to Manes R-V School District, 8939 Highway 95, Mountain Grove, MO 65711.

Joplin Schools | 'Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing' | 'Deaf/Hearing Impaired' -- (posted 4/23/2018)
Position: Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Term: Full-time Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: District-wide Qualifications: B.S. required; Deaf/Hard of Hearing teaching certificate required Supervisory: No Reports to: Director of Special Education General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Provide specialized instruction to each hearing impaired student on the class list, as appropriate Demonstrate knowledge and ability to implement the following specialized areas: Auditory training Speech and speech reading Monitoring amplification Use and maintenance of hearing aids Use of interpreter Total Communication Review available medical/audiological information pertaining to the student’s performance and probable use of hearing; obtaining updated medical/audiological information and share with parent, teacher, and other appropriate staff Communicate with Diagnostic staff and support as appropriate Monitor the condition and use of appropriate amplification equipment for each student Develop lesson plans for implementing instruction Make regular contact with parents of students and keep records of contacts, including updating short range objectives and other appropriate records Provide emotional support for students and families to promote understanding and coping skills for children’s hearing loss Demonstrate knowledge and skills in the areas of language development and language refinement needed by hearing impaired children Demonstrate skills necessary to communicate effectively and to provide a complete English model for hearing impaired children using a Total Communication approach Establish open, frequent communication with parents, staff, and related services personnel. Maintain schedule, be punctual, and meet assigned responsibilities Establish and maintain a positive atmosphere in working with staff so that this atmosphere may be carried over to the student with hearing impairment. Use good organizational skills and flexibility to establish appropriate schedules for student and self. Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Speak and hear in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously Move around the classroom Read handwritten or printed material Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment The individual who holds this position will regularly work in a school environment that is noisy and active. Occasionally the individual will be required to work outdoors for short periods of time to perform such tasks as loading and unloading students from district transportation and supervising recess. Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Springfield R-XII | 'Assistant Director, Early Childhood' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 4/20/2018)
The job of Assistant Director - Early Childhood is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the instructional program by assisting with the management of early childhood programs and services; directing assigned programs and services at early childhood site(s); providing information and serving as a resource to others; supervising assigned staff; coordinating school activities and addressing issues, situations and/or problems that arise at the site or with enrolled students. Essential Functions  Collaborates with staff and community partners for the purpose of improving the overall quality of student outcomes and achieving established classroom objectives.  Evaluates assigned personnel for the purpose of ensuring that standards are achieved and performance is maximized.  Facilitate and participate in a variety of meetings for the purpose of convening and/or gathering information; coordinating activities; and/or ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives.  Facilitates the development, communication implementation and evaluation of quality learning for the purpose of enhancing excellence, equality and equity for staff and students.  Implements policies, procedures, new programs and/or processes for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements to help ensure a safe and effective learning climate for students.  Maintains accurate, complete and correct records as required by law, district policy and administrative regulations for the purpose of meeting regulatory and other requirements. Manages a variety of school administrative functions, as assigned by the Director - Early Childhood Parents as Teachers, for the purpose of maintaining safe and efficient school operations within district guidelines.  Observes classroom instruction for the purpose of coaching teachers and evaluating the implementation of established curriculum, instructional techniques and classroom management.  Participates in meetings, workshops and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions.  Prepares a wide variety of written materials (e.g. reports, memos, workshop and course materials, articles, data collection reports, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information.  Reports incidents (e.g. student behavior, suspected child abuse, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining personal safety of students, providing a positive learning environment and adhering to applicable laws and/or regulations.  Responds to a variety of inquires (e.g. staff, parents, students, outside agencies, District personnel, etc.) for the purpose of resolving problems, providing information and/or referring to appropriate personnel.  Supervises school personnel for the purpose of monitoring performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall objectives of school's curriculum.  Supports Director, Early Childhood and Parents as Teachers for the purpose of providing assistance with administrative functions.

Joplin Schools | 'High School Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (posted 4/20/2018)
Position: High School Science Teacher Term: Full-time Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Joplin High School Qualifications: Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate, Required Bachelor’s degree, required Supervisory: No Reports to: Principal Successful candidates will be certified to teach Physical Science, Chemistry, Unified Science, or Biology in MO in grades 9-12. Chemistry certification is a plus. Teachers are responsible for providing direct instruction to students and maintaining an environment conducive to learning To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Complies with the privacy rights of students. Safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information. Communicates effectively with all the members of the school district and community. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Reacts to change productively. Keeps abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes. Ensures that all activities conform to district, state, or federal guidelines. Essential Functions: Provide instruction to students Create and implement a classroom disciplinary plan Create lesson plans and activities to implement and supplement instruction Participate in building, grade level and subject area committees Participate in professional development activities Maintain accurate student records including attendance, grades and discipline Complete and submit forms and required reports in a timely manner Communicate regularly with parents regarding progress and other educational concerns Report suspected abuse, neglect, discrimination and harassments as directed by Board policy Prepare lesson plans for use by a substitute teacher Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands An individual who holds this position must have the ability to: Speak and hear in an environment where numerous conversations and activities may be taking place simultaneously Move around the classroom Read handwritten or printed material Attendance Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position. The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Conditions and Environment Environment of a typical classroom setting Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Lamar R-I | 'Assistant Girls Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 4/20/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a Girls Assistant Basketball Coach for the 2018-19 school year.

Springfield R-XII | 'Assistant to the Principal, McGregor Elementary' | 'Elementary Assistant Principal' -- (posted 4/19/2018)
The job of Assistant to the Principal is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the instructional process with specific responsibility for directing assigned school programs and services at an elementary school; providing information and serving as a resource to others; supervising assigned staff; coordinating school activities and addressing issues, situations and/or problems that arise on campus or with enrolled students. Essential Functions  Facilitates the development, communication implementation and evaluation of quality learning for the purpose of enhancing excellence, equality and equity for staff and students.  Facilitates meetings, processes, etc. for the purpose of meeting curriculum guidelines, coordinating activities and ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives and/or ensuring that state mandates are achieved.  Facilitates communication between personnel, students and/or parents for the purpose of evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts.  Implements policies, procedures, curriculum, new programs and/or processes for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements to help ensure a safe and effective learning climate for students.  Intervenes in occurrences of inappropriate behavior of students for the purpose of assisting students in modifying such behavior and developing successful interpersonal skills. Manages a variety of school administrative functions (e.g. student disciplinary policy, school schedule, assigned personnel, etc.) for the purpose of enforcing school, district and state policy and maintaining safety and efficiency of school operations.  Participates in meetings, workshops and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions.  Prepares a wide variety of materials in written and electronic form (e.g. curriculum aides, student activities, correspondence, reports, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference, and/or conveying information.  Represents the school within community forums for the purpose of maintaining ongoing community support for educational goals and/or assisting with issues related to school environment.  Supervises school personnel for the purpose of monitoring performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall objectives of school's curriculum.  Supports principal for the purpose of providing assistance with administrative functions.

Springfield R-XII | 'Elementary Principal' | 'Elementary Principal' -- (posted 4/19/2018)
Elementary Principal, Portland Elementary School The job of Principal - Portland Elementary School is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the instructional process with specific responsibility for directing overall site operations, services and staff at an elementary school; providing information and serving as a resource to others; enforcing established policies and regulatory requirements; coordinating school activities and addressing issues, situations and/or problems that arise on campus or with enrolled students. Serves as the instructional leader (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional improvement process, classroom management, curriculum, etc.) for the purpose of providing support and guidance as requested (e.g. new teacher orientation, instructional process, classroom management, curriculum, etc.) based on their knowledge and experience. Supervises instructional personnel for the purpose of monitoring performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall objectives of school’s curriculum. Implements policies, procedures and/or processes, new curriculum, new programs, for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements and fostering student achievement. Manages school administrative functions (e.g. facility maintenance, budget, staffing, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining safe and efficient school operations within district guidelines. Evaluates assigned personnel (e.g. teachers, paraprofessionals, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring that standards are achieved and performance is maximized. Facilitates communication between site and district personnel, students and/or parents for the purpose of evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts. Prepares a wide variety of materials (e.g. reports, student activities, correspondence, emergency plans, student conduct guides, achievement awards, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information. Represents the school within community forums for the purpose of maintaining ongoing community support for educational goals and/or assisting with issues related to school environment. Responds to written and verbal inquires from a variety of internal and external sources (e.g. staffing, conflicts in policies and regulations, community concerns, parental requests, etc.) for the purpose of identifying the relevant issues and recommending or implementing a remediation plan. Presents information (e.g. site budget overviews, accounting processes, student activities, new curriculum, distribution formulas, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, gaining feedback and ensuring adherence to established internal controls. Develops a wide variety of written and electronic reports, (e.g. budgets and financial forecasts, student data reports, teacher tenure recommendations, etc.) for the purpose of providing guidance for curriculum, instruction, assessment and student achievement and making recommendations to administrative personnel. Delegates responsibility for a variety of administrative functions to other personnel for the purpose of managing the workload more efficiently. Conducts meetings (e.g. curriculum, safety, site advisory, special district committees, etc.) for the purpose of coordinating activities and ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives.

Springfield R-XII | 'Director of Elementary Learning' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 4/19/2018)
The Director, Elementary Learning will work in conjunction with the Executive Director to manage the overall operation of Elementary Schools and assigned programs and services; providing information and serving as a resource to others; achieving defined objectives by planning, evaluating, developing, implementing and maintaining educational programs and services in compliance with established guidelines. Essential Functions Assists in the development and implementation of learning strategy for elementary schools for the purposeof ensuring each student has access to an engaging, relevant, and personal learning experience. Assists principals in daily site operations (e.g. resolving issues with parents, implementing SchoolImprovement components, maintaining a positive school culture, cultivating stakeholders, etc.) for thepurpose of supporting and building their leadership capacity. Collaborates with District personnel (e.g. Executive Director, Directors, Coordinators) for the purpose ofimplementing and/or maintaining support services for principals and/or other programs. Coordinates principals meeting for the purpose of delivering services in an efficient and timely manner. Determines job assignment for paraprofessionals for the purpose of maintaining adequate staffing anddirecting services in an efficient manner. Facilitates leadership team and ongoing support for the purpose of providing Leadership programming. Maintains a variety of confidential and non-confidential manual and electronic files, documents and/orrecords (e.g. personnel files, School Improvement Plans, Hot Line Calls, etc.) for the purpose of providingup to date and/or historical reference in accordance with established guidelines and legal requirements. Length of Service: 12 Months FLSA Status: Exempt Tenure Track: Dependent upon previous experience Social Security Contribution: Ineligible Reports to: Executive Director, Elementary Learning Salary: Academic Administrative, Level B ($87,784 - $118,989) Page 2 of 3 Director, Elementary Learning The School District of Springfield, R-12 is an equal opportunity employer participating in the E-Verify program.  Reviews School Improvement Plans for the purpose of ensuring plans are complete and well aligned to achieve objectives.  Serves as liaison between principal organization and district for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information.  Analyzes and reports key performance indicators aligned to the District’s strategic plan for the purpose of improving effectiveness in meeting the educational needs of students.  Provides guidance and direction to elementary school principals for the purpose of assisting in the resolution of escalated issues related to school operations.  Confers with appropriate program directors and building principals on matters of concern from staff, parents and community members for the purpose of developing a timely and appropriate response.  Develops a wide variety of documents and presentation materials, independently and/or through delegation to other personnel (e.g. plans, proposals, policies, budgets, grant opportunities, procedures, forms, etc.) for the purpose of implementing and maintaining services and/or programs.  Facilitates the presentation of information on topics related to assigned programs and department information for the purpose of conveying information, gaining feedback and/or making recommendations regarding district services.  Monitors ongoing system and program reviews for the purpose of implementing and maintaining services and/or programs.  Participates in a wide variety of meetings, workshops and seminars (e.g. curriculum planning, in-service education for the professional staff, leadership team, external agencies, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions.  Performs a variety of supervisory and administrative tasks for the purpose of providing leadership and coordination of assigned District programs, schools and initiatives.  Performs a wide variety of personnel functions (e.g. recruiting, interviewing, evaluating, supervising, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining adequate staffing, enhancing personnel productivity and achieving objectives within budget.  Responds to complex and critical reports and inquiries from a wide variety of internal and external sources regarding development, implementation and evaluation of assigned programs for the purpose of identifying relevant issues and recommending or implementing action plans.  Supervises assigned personnel for the purpose of ensuring their school site and individual performance objectives are met.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Elementary School Aide' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 4/19/2018)
The Pleasant Hope R-VI School District, located 15 miles north of Springfield and south of Bolivar, is seeking to employ a dynamic and student-focused elementary aide to join our team for the 2018-19 school year. Pleasant Hope offers a competitive salary, full health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. The successful candidate will have completed 60 undergraduate hours and possess a desire to work collaboratively as a team member in a professional learning community. Certified teachers looking to gain experience in a high-functioning and progressive school building are encouraged to apply. Applicants should send the following materials to Dr. Michael Methvin, Elementary Principal, via email (mmethvin@phr6.org) or mail to 311 McCurry Street, Pleasant Hope, MO 65725. 1. Resume 2. Copy of college transcripts 3. Pleasant Hope Support Staff Application - Found at the following link: https://goo.gl/11duqy Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Nixa Public Schools | 'Assistant Football Coach (High School)' | 'High School' -- (posted 4/19/2018)
Provide leadership in the ongoing development and improvement of the football program through coordination, planning, evaluation, and implementation of programs. Responsible for the information contained in the Student Activities Procedures Guide and the implementation of the procedures within as well as MSHSAA and District policies/procedures. Assist Head Coach with planning, execution, and supervision of all practice sessions and competitions. Assist Head Coach with planning and preparation for the season, off-season conditioning, equipment management, and other tasks as directed.  Be loyal to the school's entire academic program.    EDUCATIONAL/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Missouri teaching certificate required; previous football coaching experience preferred.

Stockton R-I | 'Special Education Teacher ' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 5/21/2018)
The Stockton R-1 School District is now accepting applications for a special education teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualified applicants must be certified in special education. Successful candidate must be able to develop and implement IEP's, plan lessons, work collaboratively with regular education teachers, demonstrate ability to use technology, ability to use SpedTrack, and exhibit positive classroom management. Stockton utilizes the 4 day school calendar with professional development every other Monday. This creates a positive learning environment for teachers and students. Interested candidates consider joining our learning community.

Wheaton R-III | 'Elementary Teacher ' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 5/23/2018)
Wheaton Elementary is a rural PK-6 school seeking a dynamic teacher. We focus on student growth through standards-based instruction. We have 1:1 ipads and work collaboratively to help our students succeed. If you are a candidate that loves a small town, family atmosphere and possess the desire to do whatever it takes for the success of our students, please consider Wheaton Elementary. Knowledge of standards based grading, project based lessons and technology integration is a plus. Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter and letters of recommendation to naustin@wheaton.k12.mo.us or lmassey@wheaton.k12.mo.us If you have any questions, please call 417-652-7240 ext.2126

Wheaton R-III | 'Elementary Special Education Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 5/23/2018)
Wheaton R-3 School District is seeking applicants for a Special Education Teacher with K-12 Cross Categorical Certification for the 2018-19 school year. Interested applicants should send letter of interest and resume to Dr. Fox, Director of Student Services or Dr. Lance Massey, Superintendent of Schools at dfox@wheaton.k12.mo.us or lmassey@wheaton.k12.mo.us

Taneyville R-II | 'Middle School Science (5-8) Teacher' | 'Science' -- (revised 5/24/2018)
The Taneyville R-II School District is seeking candidates for a science teaching position for the 2018-19 school year. This position will consist of middle school science and STEM classes for grades 5-8. Candidates must be appropriately certified, familiar with new state standards, and willing to work in collaborative teams. Experience in utilizing Chromebooks and project-based learning within the classroom preferred. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, and two letters of recommendation to Dr. Danita Frazier at danita.frazier@taneyville.k12.mo.us. For additional information, please call Dr. Frazier at 417-546-5803.

Taneyville R-II | 'Food Service Director and Head Cook' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 6/11/2018)
The Taneyville R-II School District is seeking applicants for a Food Service Director and Head Cook position for the 2018-19 school year. The food service director must be able to communicate effectively, work cooperatively in managing other employees, and demonstrate efficient record keeping and computer skills. Preference given to applicants with experience in food service and in following USDA and Health Department Guidelines. This position is full-time and offers paid health and life insurance benefits. Interested applicants can access an employee application at www.taneyvilletigers.com under Employment Opportunities. For additional information or to apply, contact Dr. Tara Roberts at 417-546-5803 or email: tara.roberts@taneyville.k12.mo.us

Aurora R-VIII | 'Freshmen Boys Basketball ' | 'High School' -- (posted 4/18/2018)
The Aurora R-VIII School District has an opening for one Freshman Boys Basketball Coach for the 2018-19 school year. For more information, please call Mr. Scott Spooner (High School Athletic Director) at 417-678-3355 or by email at sspooner@aurorar8.org.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Assistant Football Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 4/18/2018)
The Aurora R-VIII School District is currently accepting applications for an assistant high school football coaching position. Currently, this position does not have a corresponding teaching position. An online application must be completed at www.aurorar8.org. For additional information, please contact Mr. Scott Spooner, Athletic Director at 417-678-3355 or sspooner@aurorar8.org.

Laclede Co. R-I | 'High School English Teacher' | 'English' -- (revised 6/11/2018)
The Laclede County R-I School District is seeking a qualified candidate for high school English teacher. Conway School District is seeking a secondary English Teacher for a high school English vacancy. Interested applicants must apply on the District's website: www.lacledecountyr1.com.

Fair Grove R-X | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 4/17/2018)
We are currently looking to hire a special education paraprofessional for the 2018-2019 school year. This job will be full time and may require the individual to ride the bus either before or after school. The paraprofessional must have good communication skills, and the ability to work with children, faculty and the general public in a diplomatic, friendly and efficient manner. He/she must have a minimum of 60 college hours. If you have any questions or interest in the position, please let me know as soon as possible.

Lutie R-VI | 'Art Teacher K-12' | 'Art' -- (revised 4/17/2018)
We are seeking candidates for the 2018-19 school year to teach K-12 Art. Teacher must have certification and be able to create a learning environment that nurtures an enjoyment for the fine arts. Lutie R-VI School District provides Equal Employment Opportunity. Contact: Mr. Scot Young, Lutie R-VI School District, 5802 Hwy 160, Theodosia, MO 65761. Please email resume, certification, transcripts, references, and any supporting documents to syoung@lutieschool.com Phone #417/273-4274

Lutie R-VI | 'Art Teacher K-12' | 'Elementary Art' -- (revised 4/17/2018)
We are seeking candidates for the 2018-19 school year to teach K-12 Art. Teacher must have certification and be able to create a learning environment that nurtures an enjoyment for the fine arts. Lutie R-VI School District provides Equal Employment Opportunity. Contact: Mr. Scot Young, Lutie R-VI School District, 5802 Hwy 160, Theodosia, MO 65761. Please email resume, certification, transcripts, references, and any supporting documents to syoung@lutieschool.com Phone #417/273-4274

Chadwick R-I | 'K-12 Music/Band Teacher' | 'Music- Vocal' -- (posted 4/13/2018)
Chadwick R-I School District is currently accepting applications for Preschool through High School Music/Band Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. This position includes Pre-K through high school vocal music and middle/high school band duties. Applicants should demonstrate the ability to work with a wide age range as well as exhibit excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will require appropriate certification or eligibility for certification. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and completed application to David Aldrich, Principal, PO BOX 274, Chadwick MO 65629. Applications are available on the district website at www.chadwick.k12.mo.us under Departments and then Human Resources.

Branson R-IV | 'Speech Language Pathologist-High School' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 4/13/2018)
Branson School District is seeking applicants for a Speech Language Pathologist at the High School for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants must have valid and appropriate Missouri certification, M.S., CC-SLP or CFY.

Lamar R-I | 'Freshman Boys Basketball' | 'High School' -- (posted 4/13/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a Boys Freshman Basketball Coach for the 2018-19 school year.

Lamar R-I | 'MS Track Coach' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 4/13/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a Middle School Track Coach for the 2018-19 school year.

Lamar R-I | 'MS Girls Volleyball' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 4/13/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for Middle School Girls Volleyball Coach for the 2018-19 school year.

Lamar R-I | 'HS Boys Swimming' | 'High School' -- (posted 4/13/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a High Boys Swimming Coach for the 2018-19 school year.

Lamar R-I | 'HS Girls Swimming' | 'High School' -- (revised 4/13/2018)
Lamar R1 has an vacancy for a Girls High School Swimming Coach for the 2018-19 school year.

Exeter R-VI | 'Upper Elementary teacher 4th-8th grade' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 4/12/2018)
Come be a part of our community minded team of positive teachers! We are looking for an energetic teacher that is great at working in a collaborative atmosphere with students between 4th-8th grade. Applicants must have appropriate Missouri Certification to teach Elementary Education. Position is available in grade 1-6 . Salary and benefits are commensurate with education and experience. Applications will be accepted until May 15th or until the position is filled. If interested in applying, please send a letter of interest and resume to Tim Jordan, Exeter Elementary, 101 Locust St, Exeter, Mo 65647 or by email to tjordan@exeter.k12.mo.us. You can fill out an online application on the school website: www.exeter.k12.mo.us Look under the employment tab and Job openings.

Nevada R-V | 'Speech/Language Pathologist/SLP-A/Speech Language Specialist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 4/12/2018)
The Nevada R-V School district is accepting applications for the position of Speech/Language Pathologist/SLP-A for the 2018-19 school year. Applicants shall meet the qualifications as established by the Missouri State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and must have appropriate certification. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS REQUIRED: SLP Candidates must hold a valid Missouri Speech Language Specialist teaching certificate and/or be eligible for certification and have a Master’s degree and State licensure in Speech Language Pathology, CCC/SLP or CFY. SLP-A candidates must hold a Bachelor’s 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. For further information, please contact Angie Selsor, Director of Special Services at 417-448-2011 or aselsor@nevada.k12.mo.us.

Gasconade C-4 | 'Art Teacher' | 'Elementary Art' -- (posted 4/10/2018)
Looking for a certified Art teacher to teach one day a week.

Niangua R-V | 'Elementary Custodian' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 4/4/2018)
Niangua R-V School District is accepting applications for an Elementary Custodian for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants need to fill out a district application found at www.nianguaschools.com on the Districts Home Page under Employment Application. Applicants need to be able to physically perform duties that require climbing and lifting items.

Lamar R-I | 'Assistant Softball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 4/4/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a Assistant Softball Coach 2018-19 school year.

Dora R-III | 'Biology/Chemistry' | 'Science' -- (posted 4/4/2018)
The Dora R-III School District has an opening for a Biology/Chemistry teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Additional duties are available but not required for this position.

Lamar R-I | 'Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (posted 4/3/2018)
Lamar R1 has a vacancy for a Middle School Science teacher for the 2018-19 school year.

Sarcoxie R-II | 'ELEMENTARY EDUCATION' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Sarcoxie R-II School District is looking for a Elementary Education instructor for the 2018-19 school year. Sarcoxie R-II is a school committed to helping our children successfully attend college, a vocational school, or become employed with work-ready skills. We are the 2nd high school in the state to sign on with the Missouri Department of Economic Development for the National Career Readiness Certificate. Located on Interstate 44, Sarcoxie has 1,400 residents, many of whom travel 15 minutes to Carthage, 25 minutes to Joplin, or 45 minutes to Springfield for work. The school has about 800 students and is nearing a 70% free and reduced lunch population. We also have a 20% special education population. Sarcoxie is looking for excellent educators who want to challenge themselves while serving kids who need the best teachers Missouri has to offer. Wildwood Elementary serves PK-5 in a clean, historic building built by the WPA in 1939 with new wings added in the last few years as we have grown. Sarcoxie Middle and High School serves grades 6-12 in a clean, attractive building with a new vocational wing. Both facilities have completed FEMA buildings which serve as a new gymnasium and Fieldhouse. Sarcoxie R-II was awarded "Distinction in Performance" for 2011 and 2012. Sarcoxie is becoming a progressive district with a 2 to 1 laptop ratio, districtwide wifi, and a new athletic complex with artificial turf. Become a Sarcoxie Bear and help us on our journey toward excellence!

Golden City R-III | 'Parents as Teachers ' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 3/29/2018)
The Golden City R-III School District is accepting applications for Parents as Teacher position for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must have 60 college credits. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume with references, a completed application, and a copy of your certification or transcripts by mail to: Golden City R-III School District, Attn: Jamie Baker, 1208 Walnut St., Golden City, MO 64748 or by e-mail to: jbaker@goldencity.k12.mo.us. Employment applications are available on the district website at www.goldencityschools.com.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'English Language Arts Instructor' | 'High School' -- (revised 3/29/2018)
Position: English Language Arts Instructor Job Location: St. Louis City Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=32864&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'Social Studies Instructor' | 'High School' -- (revised 3/29/2018)
Position: Social Studies Instructor Job Location: St. Louis City Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=32857&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'Science Instructor' | 'High School' -- (posted 3/29/2018)
Position: Science Instructor Job Location: St. Louis City Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=32861&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Northeast Vernon Co. R-I | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Progressive rural school seeks an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and skilled elementary teacher for the 2018-19 school year. We are 1-to-1 Technology using Chromebooks, laptops, tablets and have additional technology in classrooms. The specific teaching assignment is yet to be determined, but will be at one of the elementary grade levels in grades 1-6. This is a 9-month position. Experience is desired.

Carthage R-IX | 'Spanish Teacher' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (revised 5/24/2018)
We currently have an opening for a Spanish teacher at Carthage High School.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'Life Coach (Adult High School Counselor)' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 5/10/2018)
Position: Life Coach (Adult High School Counselor) Job Location: St. Louis City Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=33595&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Resumes will be reviewed and Interviews will be scheduled soon. Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: The Excel Center model of adult high schools has, at its core, the goal of transforming adults who perceive themselves as individuals who have failed at high school, to high school graduates who see themselves as lifelong learners. Life Coaches are critical in this process. They build rapport and commitment with students, identify barriers that interfere with attendance or assignment completion, tutor students, and connect students with community resources. The typical caseload is between 50 and 80 students. Life Coaches attend professional development, assist in tracking student data, help with job and college placement, and put into practice the values and vision of MERS Goodwill. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, educational counseling, or similar. A minimum of 2 years of experience in social work, counseling, educational guidance or case management is also required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Google Classroom, excellent communication and facilitation skills, and a strong professional example is also expected. A master’s degree and/or experience in a school are preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'English Language Arts Instructor' | 'High School' -- (posted 3/26/2018)
Position: English Language Arts Instructor Job Location: Springfield, MO Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=33507&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Resumes will be reviewed and Interviews will be scheduled soon. Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | ' English Language Arts Instructor' | 'High School' -- (posted 3/26/2018)
Position: English Language Arts Instructor Job Location: Poplar Bluff, MO Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=33508&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Resumes will be reviewed and Interviews will be scheduled soon. Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'Science Instructor' | 'High School' -- (posted 3/26/2018)
Position: Science Instructor Job Location: Poplar Bluff, MO Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=33506&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Resumes will be reviewed and Interviews will be scheduled soon Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | ' Math Instructor' | 'High School' -- (revised 4/4/2018)
Position: Math Instructor Job Location: Poplar Bluff, MO Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=33504&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Resumes will be reviewed and Interviews will be scheduled soon. Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Mers Goodwill Industries | 'Social Studies Instructor' | 'High School' -- (posted 3/26/2018)
Position: Social Studies Instructor Job Location: Poplar Bluff, MO Beginning: July 1, 2018 District: Goodwill Excel Center Telephone: (314)241-3464 Email: Application must be made through our website at www.mersgoodwill.org under the Careers tab or simply apply to the link provided below. Applying for this position requires completing an application on our company's website. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=33502&clientkey=1352E8F284372594E4F440978E98C061 Resumes will be reviewed and Interviews will be scheduled soon. Overview: MERS Goodwill has been selected by DESE to be responsible for developing four adult high schools that will administer the curriculum that allows adults to earn a traditional HS degree, at an accelerated rate, and often times coupled with dual college credit and industry-recognized credentials. The school will be open from 9 am to 9 pm, have daycare provided on site, and is the first of its kind here in Missouri. Job Description: Excel Center Instructors are responsible for the development and implementation of the curriculum and for the academic success of students. Curriculum design and instruction are done as a team with an eye toward cross-subject collaboration and ways to make the information meaningful for adult learners. Instructors will use individual, group, online and one-on-one learning environments to meet the needs and styles of students. Instructors and Life Coaches work together to support students, celebrate their success, and ensure their progress toward graduation. Our goal is for Instructors to find joy in both teaching and learning. An accelerated, adult community allows instructors to build lessons around student needs and to use both data and creativity in designing courses. Instructors have opportunities to co-teach some subjects and to help create some of the electives. Missouri will be the 6th state to open Goodwill Excel Centers so there is the opportunity to exchange ideas, curriculum, and best practices on a national level as well. Minimum Qualifications: Current Teaching Certificate in the subject specialty with a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the high school level. At least a Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s Degree preferred. Experience working with nontraditional and/or adult learners is also preferred. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage, 7 weeks of paid leave (5 scheduled and 2 discretionary), 401k, etc.

Niangua R-V | '7-12 Social Studies' | 'Social Science' -- (revised 3/26/2018)
Niangua R-V School District is accepting applications for a 7-12 social studies teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested applicants must have appropriate certification. Niangua R-V School District is on a 4-day school week (Tuesday through Friday) and currently 1:1 with technology. This position has possible coaching possibilities in wrestling and baseball.Interested applicants need to apply at www.nianguaschools.com under the Employment tab.

Pierce City R-VI | 'Elementary Instructor 3rd or 4th grade' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 3/21/2018)
The Pierce City School District has an opening in the primary grades for the 2018-19 school year. We will be accepting applications until the position is filled, however priority will be given to those completing an application packet by April 4, 2018. Online applications must include proof of certification, cover letter, resume, transcripts, and at least three letters of reference. Only complete application packets will be considered. Central Elementary school has high expectations for student achievement, scoring 100% on APR for the last three years. Preferred applicants will have experience working as a member of a collaborative team, knowledge of BIST, and experience utilizing Google Classroom. Questions may be emailed to Kristi Marion, Principal, at kmarion@pcschools.net. Pierce City Schools operate a four-day school week calendar.

Pierce City R-VI | 'Elementary Instructor 1st or 2nd grade ' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 3/21/2018)
The Pierce City School District has an opening in the primary grades for the 2018-19 school year. We will be accepting applications until the position is filled, however priority will be given to those completing an application packet by April 4, 2018. Online applications must include proof of certification, cover letter, resume, transcripts, and at least three letters of reference. Only complete application packets will be considered. Central Elementary school has high expectations for student achievement, scoring 100% on APR for the last three years. Preferred applicants will have experience working as a member of a collaborative team, experience with BIST, and knowledge of Phonics Dance. Questions may be emailed to Kristi Marion, Principal, at kmarion@pcschools.net. Pierce City Schools operate a four-day school week calendar.

Golden City R-III | 'Bus Driver ' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
The Golden City R-3 School District is looking for substitute school bus drivers to drive routes/activities as needed. Applicants should have a CDL with the proper passenger endorsement necessary to operate a school bus. For additional information or to obtain a non-certified application, you may call the Superintendent’s Office at 417-537-4900 or visit the district web site at www.goldencityschools.com.

Cassville R-IV | 'MS Comm Arts' | 'Language Arts' -- (revised 6/1/2018)
Cassville Middle School is seeking applicants for a Middle School Language Arts Teacher during the 2018-2019 school year. CMS is a 1:1 school utilizing standards-based assessment and personalized learning approaches. Applicants must hold or be able to obtain a valid Missouri certification for the position. We will accept applicants with 7-12 Communication Arts or 1-6 Elementary Certifications. Questions about the position may be directed to Mr. Jimmie Barton, Principal; jbarton@cassville.k12.mo.us or (417) 847-3136x4025.

Fair Play R-II | 'ECSE Paraprofessional' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 4/24/2018)
The Exceptional Pupil Cooperative has an opening for an ECSE Paraprofessional for the 18-19 school year. This position will be at the center based ECSE classroom located in Bolivar. All applicants should either have 60 college hours or have passed the paraprofessional praxis. Interested applicants may apply on line through the Fair Play R-II Website or call 417-326-6284.

Logan-Rogersville R-VIII | 'HS Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 6/7/2018)
Logan-Rogersville High School is seeking a science teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. The courses may include Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, and/or Unified Science. We are seeking candidates who know how to build professional relationships with students, love the content of science, and have the desire to work in a collaborative environment. To apply, please go to: www.logrog.net>District>Employment Opportunities

Dora R-III | 'Special Education Teacher Grades 5-8' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 4/4/2018)
The Dora R-III School District has an opening for the 2018-2019 school year for a Special Education teacher for grades 5-8. The position will remain open until filled.

Sarcoxie R-II | 'Middle School Language Arts ' | 'Language Arts' -- (revised 6/4/2018)
Sarcoxie R-II School District is looking for an elementary Special Education instructor for the 2018-19 school year. Sarcoxie R-II is a school committed to helping our children successfully attend college, a vocational school, or become employed with work-ready skills. We are the 2nd high school in the state to sign on with the Missouri Department of Economic Development for the National Career Readiness Certificate. Located on Interstate 44, Sarcoxie has 1,400 residents, many of whom travel 15 minutes to Carthage, 25 minutes to Joplin, or 45 minutes to Springfield for work. The school has about 800 students and is nearing a 70% free and reduced lunch population. We also have a 20% special education population. Sarcoxie is looking for excellent educators who want to challenge themselves while serving kids who need the best teachers Missouri has to offer. Wildwood Elementary serves PK-5 in a clean, historic building built by the WPA in 1939 with new wings added in the last few years as we have grown. Sarcoxie Middle and High School serves grades 6-12 in a clean, attractive building with a new vocational wing. Sarcoxie R-II was recently awarded "Distinction in Performance" for 2011 and looks to repeat that success this year. Sarcoxie is becoming a progressive district with our Annual Performance Report improving from 7 of 14 points in 2006 to 13+1 bonus in 2011. Become a Sarcoxie Bear and help us on our journey toward excellence!

Galena R-II | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (revised 5/10/2018)
The Galena School District is looking for a qualified candidate to fill a paraprofessional position for the 2018-2019 school year. Galena R-II Schools recently adopted a four-day school week, which will be implemented in August, 2018. The candidate must have 60 college credit hours from an accredited college along with a substitute certificate or attain a paraprofessional certificate before the first day of work. Coaching positions may also be available. Applicants may send a resume, cover letter, copy of current certification, and references to: Galena Schools Attn: Shawna Sartin, Director of Special Services, PO Box 286 Galena, MO 65656 or email: sartins@galena.k12.mo.us.

Fair Play R-II | 'Sign Language Interpreter". ' | 'Deaf/Hearing Impaired' -- (revised 4/11/2018)
The Exceptional Pupil Cooperative located in Bolivar, Missouri, has an opening for a sign language interpreter for the 2018-2019 school year at their 4 DAY WEEK Deaf Education Classroom. The applicant would need to possess a current valid certification in the Missouri interpreters certification system Sign Language Interpreter" with Basic, Advanced, or Master Level Or RCED and PCED (learners permit). All applicants please contact Pat O'Neal at 417-326-6284 or may submit an application on line through the Fair Play R-II Website.

El Dorado Springs R-II | 'MS Special Education' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 6/14/2018)
Special Education Cross Categorical- The El Dorado Springs R-2 School District is currently accepting applications for a full-time cross categorical middle school special education teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. The teacher must be, or be able to become appropriately certified, be able to diagnose the instructional needs of students on a regular basis to provide appropriate services and assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis.

Jasper Co. R-V | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (revised 5/3/2018)
The Jasper R-V School District is looking for energetic individuals who care about kids for paraprofessional positions for the 2018-19 school year. The main responsibility would be to support our Special Education Department and/or the elementary Title I program. Applicants must have at least 60 hours of college credit, a qualifying Praxis exam or the ability to gain such credentials. Interested applicants may apply by submitting a letter of application and a resume to christina.hess@jasper.k12.mo.us or to David Davis at david.davis@jasper.k12.mo.us

Gainesville R-V | 'Speech Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 5/21/2018)
2018 (August) Full-time 10-11 month contract. Salary is based on the certified staff salary schedule. PreK-12 grades. Qualified persons must have Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Professional license through the Missouri Board of Healing Arts, and Missouri License for Speech-Language Pathology through DESE.

Blue Eye R-V | 'Speech Language Pathologist' | 'Other' -- (revised 6/12/2018)
Speech Language Pathologist position available for the 2018-19 school term. A valid speech license and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Certification is required. A detailed job description is available by calling 417-779-4166. Speech Language Pathologist may serve in any of the 16 member districts for the Tri-Lakes Cooperative. Member Districts include: Billings, Blue Eye, Bradleyville, Chadwick, Exeter, Forsyth, Galena, Hurley, Kirbyville, Mark Twain, Niangua, Plainview, Shell Knob, Sparta, Spokane, and Taneyville.

Gainesville R-V | 'HS/JH Music' | 'Music- Instrumental' -- (revised 6/8/2018)
The Gainesville R-V School District is seeking a full-time High School/Junior High music instructor for the 2018-19 school year. This position includes instrumental and vocal music for 7-12th grades. Please apply at www.gainesvillebulldogs.com. Please contact Justin Gilmore for questions at jgilmore@gainesville.k12.mo.us or 417-679-4200.

Norwood R-I | '7-12 Art' | 'Art' -- (revised 6/13/2018)
The Norwood R-I School District has an opening for a Jr. High/High School Art Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Norwood is a K-12 school east of Springfield between Mansfield and Mountain Grove off of Hwy. 60. Applicants must hold a valid Missouri teaching certificate in the subject area. Coaching and sponsorship of activities may be available as well. Please complete the district certified application which is located on the school website at www.norwood.k12.mo.us. Send application, resume, certification and 3 letters of recommendation to Shannon Crain, Superintendent at 675 North Hawk Ave. Norwood, MO. 65717 or email to scrain@norwood.k12.mo.us. Position open until filled. Any questions please call 417-746-4101 ext. 160.

Marion C. Early R-V | '5th Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 6/12/2018)
(Morrisville), located 25 miles north of Springfield, is seeking to employ an experienced elementary teacher. Marion C. Early offers a competitive salary, health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. Successful applicants will have demonstrated ability to individualize teaching and apply interventions to student ability needs, and prepare students to perform successfully on state assessments. An understanding of the Missouri Learning Standards is also needed.

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Orientation and Mobility Specialist' | 'Blind/Partially Sighted' -- (revised 3/26/2018)
Part time traveling position - 2 days per week. focuses on instructing individuals who are blind or visually impaired

Mansfield R-IV | 'Speech Language Pathologist/Speech Language Pathologist Assistant' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 5/31/2018)
The Mansfield R-IV School District is seeking applications for a speech/language pathologist and/or a SLP-A, for the 2018-19 school year. Candidates should submit an application along with a resume, three letters of recommendation and a letter of intent to Mansfield R-IV Schools, Attn: Tracy Felker, Special Programs Director, 316 W. Ohio, Mansfield, MO 65704. You may also call 417-924-8014 for more information.

Dora R-III | 'Biology/Chemistry' | 'High School' -- (revised 4/4/2018)
The Dora R-III School District will have an opening for the 2018-2019 school year. The position will be Biology/Chemistry(Dual Credit).

Lebanon R-III | 'Speech Language Pathologist - Assistant' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 4/24/2018)
The Lebanon R-3 School District is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Speech Language Pathologist-Assistant. This individual will create a flexible class environment favorable to learning and personal growth for students with a disability; to establish effective rapport with pupils; to motivate pupils to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed for life, in accordance with each pupils ability; to establish good relationships with parents and with other staff members. This successful candidate must possess certification for the position as defined by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and a clean background check. To apply go to https://lebanon.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx We look forward to welcoming you to the Yellowjacket family.

Seymour R-II | 'Speech Language Pathologist Assistant' | 'Other' -- (revised 6/8/2018)
The Seymour R-II School District is seeking applications for a part-time Speech Language Pathologist Assistant for the current school year. This position will serve students in Early Childhood though 12th grade. This individual will create a learning environment to meet students’ individual needs; to motivate students and create relationships with students, parents, and staff members within the school setting. The SLP-A will be supervised by a Licensed SLP. Applicants for this position must hold appropriate certification, as stated by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, which include the educational requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from program ASHA approved to grant Master’s SLP degrees OR Bachelor’s Degree in other area with a total of 21 hours in five speech/language areas; 25 hours of SLP observation; and 25 hours of SLP clinical assisting or practicum.

Seymour R-II | 'Speech Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 6/8/2018)
The Seymour R-II School District is seeking applications for a full-time Speech Language Pathologist for the 2018-2019 school year. Up to 10 years experience can be brought in for a salary schedule which also includes an additional $10,000 stipend. This position will serve students in Early Childhood though 12th grade. This individual will create a learning environment to meet students’ individual needs; to motivate students and create relationships with students, parents, and staff members within the school setting. Applicants are required to have knowledge of the special education process and providing therapy services. Applicants for this position must hold appropriate certification in Speech Pathology, as stated by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Gainesville R-V | 'Elementary ART Teacher' | 'Elementary Art' -- (revised 6/1/2018)
2018-2019 School year. K-6 grades Must have proper ART certification. Please apply at www.gainesvillebulldogs.com.

Lebanon R-III | 'Speech Language Pathologist, CC-SLP or CF-SLP' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 4/24/2018)
The Lebanon R-3 School District is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Speech Language Pathologist. CF-SLP and CCC-SLP Positions Available. This individual will create a flexible class environment favorable to learning and personal growth for students with a disability; to establish effective rapport with pupils; to motivate pupils to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed for life, in accordance with each pupils ability; to establish good relationships with parents and with other staff members. This successful candidate must possess certification for the position as defined by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and a clean background check. To apply go to https://lebanon.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx We look forward to welcoming you to the Yellowjacket family.

Skyline R-II | 'Speech/Language Specialist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 3/26/2018)
Skyline R-II School District is seeking a part-time speech/language pathologist or SLP-A to provide Special Education services in the area of speech/language, voice and fluency. Itinerant services provided to a variety of students with mild to severe disabilities in the Skyline School District.

Willard Public Schools | 'Bus Driver' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 6/6/2018)
Bus Drivers - A.Basic Function: Operates school bus transporting students to/from school, on field trips, and to/from extra-curricular activities. Conducts pre-trip inspections reporting malfunction and/or unsafe operating conditions of bus. Completes and updates reports as required. B.Specific Function: 1.Performs pre-trip safety inspections prior to transporting students. 2.Inspects bus for cleanliness, conditions of windows, seats, and door operation. 3.Adjusts driver�s seat, mirrors, and safety belt. 4.Departs assigned bus transportation parking area in adequate time to arrive at first stop as indicated on route sheet. First stop may be considered a route pick-up or a school site pick-up. 5.Completes all scheduled routes on schedule as safety allows, and returns vehicle to bus parking. 6.Cleans bus at end of each day or as needed and otherwise as required. 7.Completes periodic student count sheets, mileage trip sheets, absentee reports, and other reports as requested. 8.Reports any malfunction and/or unsafe operating condition of vehicle to supervisor or head mechanic. 9.Recommends for administrative consideration, any route changes deemed appropriate for greater safety and/or route efficiency. 10.Reports discipline problems to the responsible principal on forms provided. 11.Fulfills driver responsibilities, is punctual, reliable, and is in attendance on a daily schedule. 12.Attends scheduled in-services.





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