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Ash Grove R-IV | 'Science Teacher' | 'Chemistry' -- (posted 9/21/2016)
Ash Grove High School is accepting applications for a Chemistry/Physical Science Teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. Applicants must have the ability to cognitively engage students, committed to creating student centered learning environment which focuses on critical thinking and problem-solving. Preference will be given to certified, experienced professionals who are familiar with Professional Learning Communities and Google Classroom. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, transcript of coursework, copy of DESE approved certification and three recent letters of reference, and completed district application to: Mr. Chris Thompson, Principal, Ash Grove High School, 100 N. Maple Ln, Ash Grove, MO. 65604. The district application may be downloaded at www.ashgrove.k12.mo.us. Coaching & club sponsor responsibilities are possible with this position.

Ash Grove R-IV | 'Speech Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (posted 9/26/2016)
The Ash Grove R-IV School District is accepting applications for a full time Speech Language Pathologist or Speech Language Pathology Assistant for the 2016-2017 school year. SLP/SLP-A must have a valid Speech Specialist Certificate from the State Board of Education or have appropriate Missouri license from the State Board of Registration of the Healing Arts. Responsibilities include conducting screenings and evaluations, writing and implementing Individualized Education Plans, and individual/small group therapy. Interested candidates should submit a completed district application with a letter of interest, transcript of coursework, copy of DESE approved certification, and three recent letters of reference to: Mrs. Erica Long, Director of Special Services, elong@apps.ashgrove.k12.mo.us. The district application may be downloaded at www.ashgrove.k12.mo.us.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Long-Term Substitute' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/13/2016)
The Aurora R-VIII School District is currently looking for a long-term sub for an elementary position. For more information, please contact Mr. David Mais, Robinson Elementary Principal at 417-678-7436 or dmais@aurorar8.org.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Long-Term Substitute' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 9/13/2016)
The Aurora R-VIII School District is currently looking for a long-term sub for an elementary position. For more information, please contact Mr. David Mais, Robinson Elementary Principal at 417-678-7436 or dmais@aurorar8.org.

Ava R-I | 'High School Secretary' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/27/2016)
Ava High School is looking for a friendly, energetic, and positive person to fill the vacancy of office secretary. This is a full-time, 12-month position (7 1/2 hours/day). Starting date will be November 28, 2016. Beginning salary is $12.97 per hour with top pay of $15.97 usually reached within a year. Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, 12 sick/personal days/year, and after 1 full fiscal year, 2 weeks paid vacation. The office secretary performs routine clerical and administrative functions such as drafting correspondence, scheduling appointments, organizing and maintaining paper and electronic files, maintaining a student database system, providing information to callers, and other duties to assist 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: 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 Monday, October 17, 2016.

Blue Eye R-V | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 9/26/2016)
The Tri-Lakes Special Services Cooperative has an immediate opening and is seeking applications for Special Education Paraprofessional positions. The Tri-Lakes Special Services Cooperative serves 15 member districts. Current openings are for early childhood special education for the remainder of the 16-17 school year. Qualified applicants must have 60 college credit hours, completion of the Para-Pro Assessment Test or such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. Experience in special education is preferred. The ability to be flexible, patient, and understanding of the unique needs of students with disabilities is a must. Provide personal care assistance to students, as directed, such as toileting, feeding, and cleaning, as needed. Toileting may include toilet training, supervision, and changing of diapers/clothing as needed. Additional responsibilities will be driven by the specific needs of the student.

Bradleyville R-I | 'High School Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/16/2016)
The Bradleyville R-1 School District is seeking applicants for a high school special education teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. Applicants must have appropriate certification and experience with IEP paperwork is preferred. Interested applicants should send letter of interest, resume, evidence of certification and other related material to Gina Norwine, Principal PO Box 20 Bradleyville, MO 65614. Information may also be emailed to gnorwine@bradleyville.k12.mo.us Position open until filled.

Dora R-III | 'Speech Language Pathologist/SLP-A' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/7/2016)
The Dora R-III School District is accepting applications for a Speech Pathologist and or SLP-A for the 2016-2017 school year. The candidate will be responsible for conducting evaluations, writing and implementing Individualized Education Plans and individual/small group therapy.

Fair Grove R-X | 'Part Time Intervention Instructor' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 9/12/2016)
POSITION TITLE: Part Time Response to Intervention (RtI) Instructor FLSA: Exempt Professional This position works primarily with our title department implementing reading, writing, and math interventions to student following in below average levels of their grade level. This position will primarily be mornings. Candidate must have a minimum of 60 hours with a college degree preferred. This position is paid on the paraprofessional pay scale. QUALIFICATIONS: Working knowledge and understanding of the Response to Intervention (RtI) process, Positive Behavior Supports, and the Problem Solving Model. Candidate must have a minimum of 60 hours with a college degree preferred TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 189 Teacher's calendar REPORTS TO: Director of Special Services TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: As provided according to the Teacher's Negotiated Agreement. POSITION OVERVIEW: The RtI Instructor will assist in facilitating the implementation of the RtI process. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Coordinate the implementation of Universal Screening Measures (Aimsweb and Star Reading, Math and Early Literacy) Train and collaborate with elementary RtI Teams on the appropriate use of data in making educational decisions. Coordinate the selection and implementation of the Research-Based Interventions for Tiers 2 and 3. Conduct district-wide fidelity checks on the Research-Based Interventions Collaborate with the elementary RtI Teams to insure the appropriate implementation of Fair Grove’s RtI Model. Collaborate with elementary RtI Teams insuring the appropriate use of the Problem Solving Team model. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Provide reports on Rti implementation as requested by administration. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Services.

Golden City R-III | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/31/2016)
Golden City R-III School is accepting applications for a paraprofessional for grades K-6. The candidate will spend their time each day as a Title 1 paraprofessional assisting students with math and reading remediation. Applicants must have proper para certification in the state of Missouri. 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.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Academic Teacher (SECC)' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (revised 9/12/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time merit Academic Teacher position open at the following institution: Southeast Correctional Center in Charleston, MO. Education required: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in the field of Education OR other appropriate field. Education requirements may differ depending on the position (i.e. Academic Teacher I, II or III). Special Requirements: A teaching certificate issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education OR a Temporary Authorization Certificate with the ability to obtain a teaching certificate before the end of the probationary period. Application for this position must be completed only through the ease.mo.gov merit register system.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Academic Teacher I,II,III (BCC)' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 9/14/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time merit Academic Teacher position open at the following institution: Boonville Correctional Center in Boonville, Mo. Education required: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in appropriate coursework or in the field of Education. Education requirements may differ depending on the position (i.e. Academic Teacher I, II or III). Special Requirements: Ability to obtain (at the time of employment or no later than end of probationary period) an appropriate Temporary Authorization Certificate (TAC) issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Academic Teacher I,II,III (KCRC)' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 8/29/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time merit Academic Teacher position open at the following institution: Kansas City Reentry Center located in Kansas City, Missouri. Education required: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in appropriate coursework or in the field of Education. Education requirements may differ depending on the position (i.e. Academic Teacher I, II or III). Special Requirements: Ability to obtain (at the time of employment or no later than end of probationary period) an appropriate Temporary Authorization Certificate (TAC) issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education OR an Adult Education and Literacy Certificate (AEL) issued by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education OR American Board for Certification of Teachers of Excellence (ABCTE).

Mo Dept. of Corrections | 'Vocational Teacher I,II,III (Culinary Arts) CCC' | 'Vocational' -- (posted 9/19/2016)
The Missouri Department of Corrections has a full-time teaching position in Culinary Arts located at Chillicothe Correctional Center located in Chillicothe, Mo. Possession of a High School Diploma or a High School Equivalency Certificate is required with three or more years of formal experience in the field of Culinary Arts. Requirements will also include completing four classes online within the first two years of employment, to acquire certification with the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Monett R-I | 'Monett High School Part-time Medicine and Health Care Instructor for GO CAPS Program ' | 'Health' -- (revised 9/19/2016)
The Monett R-1 School District is seeking a qualified part-time medicine and health care instructor for the GO CAPS program at Monett High School. GO CAPS Monett (Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies) is an innovative, unique program that is designed to provide junior and senior students hands-on, real world experience in the profession of Medicine and Health Care housed at Cox Monett Hospital. The instructor will lead a strand exploring medical fields while expanding upon principles of human physiology through in-depth case studies of body systems. Students engage in rigorous professional development with an emphasis on career exploration in the Medicine and Health Care field. They are provided the opportunity to explore their interests through a profession and project-based learning approach, while learning basic medical language. GO CAPS students fast forward into their future and are fully immersed in a professional culture, solving real world problems, using industry standard tools and are mentored by real employers, which lead to substantial advanced contribution during the formative high school years. QUALIFICATIONS Job related experience, required Bachelor’s degree in job-related area, required Candidates should be able to demonstrate: Effective human relations and communications skills Effective classroom management strategies Superior project and time management skills. Teaching certificate preferred but not required UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION INCLUDE: Willing to design, develop and maintain a state-of-art curriculum using the direct input and guidance from medicine & health care business partners and mentors to reflect current industry and workforce development trends. Willing to facilitate the delivery of the course, while being fully embedded within business partner locations. Willing to develop and effectively manage multiple business partners, mentors, guest speakers, field trips, and site visits. Facilitate the development of real world projects through business relationships. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find suitable or acceptable. To be considered for this position, apply online at http://monett.schoolfusion.us and click on "Careers." Questions should be directed to Monett R-1 Superintendent's Office, 900 East Scott, Monett, MO 65708, Phone 417-235-7422, Fax 417-235-1415. Applications accepted until postition is filled.

Nevada R-V | 'Speech/Language Pathologist/SLP-A/Speech Language Specialist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/1/2016)
The Nevada R-5 School District is currently accepting certified applications for the position of Speech/Language Pathologist/SLP-A/Speech Language Specialist for the 2016-2017 school year. Applications are available on the district's web site, www.nevada.k12.mo.us, or at the Central Office, 811 West Hickory, Nevada, MO 64772. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS REQUIRED: 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. Responsibilities include conducting evaluations, providing therapy, writing IEPs, and communicating student progress to parents and other team members. SLP-A must hold a bachelors degree in Speech Pathology or equivalent and be licensed through the state board of Healing Arts. For further information, please contact Angie Selsor, Director of Special Services at 417-448-2011 or aselsor@nevada.k12.mo.us. EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree with successful practicum or study teaching experience in the teaching area assigned or in a closely related field. FOR MORE INFORMATION: To be considered for this position, please submit completed certified staff application, college transcripts, two letters of reference and resume to: Nevada R-5 School District Position: Speech Pathologist 811 West Hickory Nevada, MO 64772 Phone: (417) 448-2000 www.nevada.k12.mo.us

Niangua R-V | 'Early Childhood Special Education Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 8/30/2016)
The Niangua R-V School District is accepting applications for an early childhood education teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. Missouri certification and the ability to meet High Qualified Teacher status is required. Applicants need to possess effective communication skills and ability to use a variety of research based instructional techniques. This position also requires collaboration with classroom teachers as well as special education staff. Interested applicants may apply at www.nianguaschools.com

Nixa Public Schools | 'Interpreter for the Deaf &/or Hard of Hearing' | 'Deaf/Hearing Impaired' -- (posted 9/2/2016)
Develop and/or assist in implementation of educational plans for students who are hearing impaired. Interpret and facilitate communication between students who are hearing impaired and hearing persons. Must have appropriate Missouri licensing to interpret for the deaf and/or hard of hearing.

Nixa Public Schools | 'Special Education Resource Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (posted 9/6/2016)
Develop and implement Individual Education Plans (IEP).  Provide direct, specialized instruction for intermediate- or middle school-level students.  Perform student individualized assessment and interpretation.  Attend/participate in appropriate and relevant meetings and staffings.  Initiate and complete required paperwork within established timelines.  Collaborate with appropriate staff/individuals regarding student programming and services.  Delegate and supervise paraprofessional(s) assigned within the classroom.  Must be a team player. Individualized and small group instruction and co-teaching in a team environment.  Data collection.  Attend/participate in parent meetings and relevant after-school and/or evening activities.  Supervise and evaluate paraprofessionals assigned to the classroom.  Have knowledge of and support the building level and district policies.  Administer MAP/EOC/MAP-A assessments. EDUCATIONAL/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Must have certification in Special Education, cross categorical.  Knowledge and expertise in working with the various eligibility categories is preferred.  Competent technical skills.  Regular attendance and positive interpersonal relationships with staff, parents, and students.  Knowledge of appropriate grade level and functional curriculum associated with the position.  Knowledge of requirements of Missouri Assessment Program (MAP), End-of-Course (EOC), Missouri Learning Standards, and MAP-A. 

Reeds Spring R-IV | 'Director of Reeds Spring Early Education Center Full Day (RSEEC-FD)' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 8/29/2016)
Qualifications:    Applicant must be a certified early educator or possess comparable trade experience for this full-time position. Job Requirements:    Daily operation of childcare facility including:  Hiring and management of teachers and staff, communication with families, collection of tuition, budgeting expenditures, maintaining licensing requirements, grant writing, and maintenance.

Southwest R-V | 'Middle School Principal' | 'Middle School Principal' -- (posted 9/22/2016)
The Southwest R-V School District is now taking applications for the position of Middle School (5-8) Principal for the 2017-2018 school year. This position's contract is for 11 months, with benefits. Salary will be commensurate with prior successful experience. The district is seeking an exceptional leader, who can effectively manage a middle school setting. The successful applicant must demonstrate: •expertise in best practices in literacy and math instruction •excellent interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills •an ability to lead collaboration among staff •successful experience in motivating students •expertise in the use of standardized testing data In addition, having a strong understanding of the following is preferred: •Response to Intervention (RTI)/Inclusion •Differentiated Instruction •Standards Based Grading •Positive Behavior Instructional Support (PBIS) •Instructional Practices Inventory (IPI)





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