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Fordland R-III | 'Superintendent of Schools' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/29/2022)
The Fordland R-3 School District is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Superintendent of Schools for the 2023-24 school year. The Fordland School District has 640 PK-12 students and is located 15 minutes east of Springfield, Missouri. The ideal candidate should be capable of being a team member willing to work hard to help increase academic achievement, be energetic, and continue the vision of the Fordland R-3 School District. Dates Applications must be received by: November 14 Screening of Applications: October 3 –November 18 Applicant Interviews: November 21-December 15 Hiring and announcement of new superintendent: December 16 Contract Begins: July 1, 2023 Qualifications Education: Specialist’s Degree in Educational Administration Certification: Valid Missouri Superintendent’s Certification Experience: Three (3) years previous administrative and/or supervisory experience Salary/Benefits Information Negotiable with Multiple-Year Contract, Sick/Personal Days, Vacation Days, Health/Life Insurance. Other Requirements Clearance on background check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education Possess positive character traits that are student-centered. Possess ability to interact and communicate effectively with others. 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. Essential Functions Assume responsibility as the representative of the Board and the channel through which all directives from the Board to the staff or students shall be communicated. Execute all decisions made by the Board concerning the internal operation of the school district. Assume responsibility for the delegation of responsibility and authority for the operation of the various functions of the district. Supervise district administration and through them, all personnel of the district. Serve as the official representative of the Board of Education with the Missouri State Board of Education and other agencies. Carry out all policies, rules and regulations adopted by the Board. Prepare and submit the annual budget to the Board of Education. Within all limits as approved by the Board of Education, approve and direct all purchases and expenditures for the district. Oversee the formulation and recommendation of all school district policies and implementation. Formulate and administer a program of supervision for the school, with the duties and responsibilities delegated to the respective district administration. Oversee the preparation of monthly financial reports. Provide instructional leadership for the educational program of the schools, and keep the Board continuously informed on the progress and condition of the school system. Direct the development of plans (to include short/long range plans) for maintenance, improvement or expansion of buildings and site facilities needed to provide an adequate educational program. Inform the community about school matters, and serve as a representative of the schools before the public. Participate in professional growth activities: attend relevant state and local professional development workshops and conferences. Be involved with appropriate civic organizations/activities. 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. Physical Demands The individual who holds this position is regularly required to walk, hear and speak and must have close moderate and distance vision ability. This individual must be able to travel between district facilities. The position requires a moderate amount of travel, both in and out of state. 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. Rarely, an individual who holds this position must work outside in rain and snow and temperatures above 100 degrees and below freezing. Evaluation of Performance and Employment The Superintendent will be considered for re-election at the regular January meeting of the Board of Education at which time the term and length of contract along with salary may be set. Length of Contract Type of Position 12 months Exempt As a political subdivision, employer, recipient of federal funds, and educational institution, the Board of Education is prohibited from, and hereby declares a policy against engaging in unlawful discrimination, including harassment creating a hostile environment, on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, or use of leave protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act, in its programs, activities, and with regard to employment. The Board is an equal opportunity employer.

Perry Co. 32 | 'High School Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (posted 9/28/2022)
Perry County School District No. 32 is seeking a High School Science Teacher for the 2023-2024 school year.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Learning Center Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-VI School District is currently accepting applications for a full-time Learning Center paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. Fingerprint and satisfactory background check required. POSITION SUMMARY: A paraprofessional supports and assists the classroom teacher in meeting the academic, social, behavioral, and health of all students. A paraprofessional follows the direction of the classroom teacher, building administrators, district administrators, and the school board policies.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Aurora R-VIII Superintendent' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/28/2022)
The Aurora R-VIII School District is currently seeking candidates for the position of Superintendent for the 2023-2024 school year and beyond. Applicants must demonstrate a student-centered philosophy regarding instruction, education, and leadership; have knowledge of sound fiscal management, facilities/operations, personnel; and understand the important role of parents/patrons. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are necessary for success in this position. Applicants must hold appropriate certification (current Superintendent's certificate) and have at least 3 years of administrative experience. Salary will be based on skills and experience. Benefits include a Board-paid health insurance stipend, and paid personal/vacation/sick leave. Application packet must include a letter of interest including significant accomplishments, resume', online application (on District's website-aurorar8.org), at least 3 references, and a copy of certification and transcripts. Deadline for submission of the application packet is November 4, 2022. Anticipated hire date is December 5, 2022. For additional information, please contact Billy Redus, Superintendent, at 417-678-3373 (office), 417-229-0277 (cell) or email bredus@aurorar8.org.

Bolivar R-I | 'Parents As Teachers Educator' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 9/27/2022)
To apply please visit the Bolivar R-1 School District Job Listing Website. https://bolivar.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Bolivar R-I | 'Parents As Teachers Educator' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 9/27/2022)
To apply please visit the Bolivar R-1 School District Job Listing Website. https://bolivar.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Clever R-V | 'Para professional ' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/27/2022)
The Clever R-V School District is seeking a qualified candidate for the full time position of Paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. Requirements include 60 college credit hours or passing score on the Paraprofessional Praxis Assessment. Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting special education teacher in classroom instruction and care of students, which may include hygiene or other duties; maintaining student confidentiality and understanding of student’s IEP; reading tests to students, assisting with notetaking and making other accommodations as indicated on the IEP; assisting teacher in maintaining discipline by monitoring behavior of students, collecting data, and implementing behavior plans; collaborating and working effectively as a team member with peers, classroom teachers and administrators to support student/classroom learning and activities. Position open until filled. Clever Schools currently functions on a 4-day school week. https://www.cleverbluejays.org/page/employment-opportunities

Billings R-IV | 'Head Track Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/27/2022)
The Billings R-IV School District is accepting applications for a track coach position for the 2022-2023 school year. Please contact Mr. Darter at (417)-744-2623 or to darterw@billings.k12.mo.us for application and additional information.

Steelville R-III | 'Secondary Agricultural Instructor' | 'Agriculture Education' -- (revised 9/28/2022)
The Steelville R-3 School District has an immediate opening for a certified agriculture education instructor. The assignment will include FFA sponsorship. The course assignments include Ag 1, livestock and greenhouse classes as well as others. Interested candidates should contact Steven Vetter, HS principal @ 573-775-2144 or by email at svetter@steelville.k12.mo.us Application is located on the Steelville.k12.mo.us website. Got to menu, district tab and then employment.

Caruthersville 18 | 'High School Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (posted 9/23/2022)
Caruthersville School District #18 has an opening for the 22-23 school year position: Science Teacher

West Platte School District - Weston, MO | 'Superintendent of Schools' | 'Superintendent' -- (revised 9/27/2022)
Superintendent of Schools Position Information Superintendent’s Certificate Required Must Reside in Community Initial Contract – 2 years Administrative Experience/Central Office Experience Preferred Salary Range: Negotiable and Competitive with Suburban Kansas City Schools Application Guidelines Application Deadline: November 1, 2022 Screening Begins: November 1, 2022 Interviews: November Date To Be Determined Anticipated Date for Hiring Candidate: December 21, 2022 Contract Begins: July 1, 2023 ***ALL applicants must apply here: https://westplatte.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx *** Documentation to support the candidate’s application can be uploaded or mailed to: West Platte School District 1103 Washington Weston, Missouri, 64098 Position to remain open until filled. The West Platte School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. District Contact: Dr. Mark Harpst Phone: 816-640-2236 Email: harpstm@wpsd.net Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. John Rinehart, rinehartj@wpsd.net, 816-640-2236     West Platte School District – See Yourself Here!

Missouri Association of Rural Education | 'Superintendent of Schools - North Harrison R-III' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/22/2022)
The Missouri Association of Rural Education has been retained by the North Harrison R-III Board of Education to conduct a search for their next Superintendent of Schools. North Harrison R-III School District is located in Harrison County (Eagleville) in Northwest Missouri. School District Information: • Elementary Schools - (PK-06) Certified Staff – 18 Student Enrollment – 105 • High School (07-12) Certified Staff - 17 Student Enrollment - 96 • Annual Operating Budget – $ 3,435,718.00 • Total Tax Levy - $4.5000 • Assessed Valuation - $23,425,818.00 • Reserve Balances – 44.61% • Administrators – 3 • Support Staff – 35 • MSIP: Fully Accredited • District Operated Transportation • District Operated Food Service • Other Programs: o Parents as Teachers Program o School Run Early Childhood Center o FFA, AG, Math Club, Science Club, Metal/Wood Shop o A+ Program/Dual Credit with UCM, MCC & MWSU o 5 Day School Week o Award Winning Band Program/Strong Band Booster Association Application Time Line: • Applications must be received by – Friday, November 4th • Screening to begin – Ongoing during the application period • Interviews Tentative Date – November 14th & 15th • Anticipated Hire Date – November 16th • Contract Begins – July 1, 2023 Salary/Benefits Information: • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary Range: $90,000-$110,000. • Administrative experience required/ Central Office administrative experience preferred. • Missouri Superintendent’s Certificate or eligibility thereof required. • Board paid health insurance benefits. • Initial multi-year contract will be considered • District residency is not required. Application Guidelines: • Submit a completed application form and current resume with three letters of reference. • Include a cover letter directed to the North Harrison R-III Board of Education – Describe reasons for interest in the position and provide a record of significant accomplishments over the past five years. • Provide evidence of Missouri Superintendent Certificate (copy of certificate). • Provide transcripts and current placement papers or credentials. • Include any other supporting documents that would enhance the application file. • Please note that the Selected finalist will provide a copy of his/her most recent background check prior to official employment. Application Procedure: • Download application for North Harrison R-III on MARE website (www.moare.com) • Forward application (Email and hard copy!) and support materials to: o North Harrison R-III Superintendent Search o Attn: Mrs. Mary Beth Scherer, Search Consultant o 306 S Sunset Hills Drive o Concordia, Missouri 64020 • Other Contact Information: o Phone # - (660) 281-7678 o Fax # - (660) 747-8160 o Email: mbscherer@ucmo.edu North Harrison R-III is an equal opportunity employer. Refer to announcement for contact information. Applicants are asked to NOT make direct contact with the board of education members. Initial applications will be kept confidential, however, all applications, letters of reference, resumes, transcripts, credentials, etc. for the purpose of this application process will, upon receipt, become the sole property of the North Harrison R-III Board of Education, and shall remain their property indefinitely.

Missouri Association of Rural Education | 'Superintendent of Schools - North Mercer Co. R-III' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/22/2022)
The Missouri Association of Rural Education has been retained by the North Mercer Co. R-III Board of Education to conduct a search for their next Superintendent of Schools. North Mercer Co. R-III School District is located in Mercer County (Mercer) in Northwest Missouri. School District Information: • Elementary Schools - (PK-06) Certified Staff – 11 Student Enrollment – 82 • High School (07-12) Certified Staff - 12 Student Enrollment - 61 • Annual Operating Budget – $ 3,041,017.00 • Total Tax Levy - $4.9296 • Assessed Valuation - $20,519,453.00 • Reserve Balances – 54.37% • Administrators – 2 • Support Staff – 17 • MSIP: Fully Accredited • District Operated Transportation • District Operated Food Service • Other Programs: o Parents as Teachers Program o MSIP 6 Review – Conducted during 2022-2023 school year o FFA, AG, FBLA o A+ Program/Dual Credit with NCMC o 21st Century Grant – Before & After School Program o Kauffman Scholarship Program o North Central Career Center Application Time Line: • Applications must be received by – Friday, October 21st • Screening to begin – Ongoing during the application period • Interviews Tentative Date – Week of November 1-4, 2022 • Anticipated Hire Date – Not later than Friday, November 11th • Contract Begins – July 1, 2023 Salary/Benefits Information: • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary Range: $85,000-$95,000. • Administrative experience required/ Central Office administrative experience preferred. • Missouri Superintendent’s Certificate or eligibility thereof required. • Board paid health insurance benefits. • Initial multi-year contract will be considered • District residency is not required. Application Guidelines: • Submit a completed application form and current resume with three letters of reference. • Include a cover letter directed to the North Mercer Co. R-III Board of Education – Describe reasons for interest in the position and provide a record of significant accomplishments over the past five years. • Provide evidence of Missouri Superintendent Certificate (copy of certificate). • Provide transcripts and current placement papers or credentials. • Include any other supporting documents that would enhance the application file. • Please note that the Selected finalist will provide a copy of his/her most recent background check prior to official employment. Application Procedure: • Download application for North Mercer Co. R-III on MARE website (www.moare.com) • Forward application (Email and hard copy!) and support materials to: o North Mercer Co. R-III Superintendent Search o Attn: Dr. Paul Ricker, Search Consultant o 1889 Bittersweet Road o Lake Ozark, Missouri 65049 • Other Contact Information: o Phone # - (573) 365-4703 o Fax # - (660) 747-8160 o Email: paulricker1@charter.net North Mercer Co. R-III is an equal opportunity employer. Refer to announcement for contact information. Applicants are asked to NOT make direct contact with the board of education members. Initial applications will be kept confidential, however, all applications, letters of reference, resumes, transcripts, credentials, etc. for the purpose of this application process will, upon receipt, become the sole property of the North Mercer Co. R-III Board of Education, and shall remain their property indefinitely.

Fayette R-III | 'Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/22/2022)
The Fayette R-III School District is seeking applications for a special education teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must be certified to teach special education with a valid Missouri teaching certificate. Our District is a 4 day school week district.

Mound City R-II | 'School Social Worker' | 'Personnel Pupil Services' -- (revised 9/22/2022)
The Area Cooperative for Educational Support (ACES) is seeking an immediate full-time School Social Worker for the 2022-2023 School Year. Board paid benefit package and work a school calendar. Revised salary schedule effective 12/2020. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in social work from a state approved four-year college/university. 2. Completion of an approved course of study in school social work accredited by CSWE or a School Social Work Specialist credential issued by National Association of School Social Workers (NASSW) or valid Missouri license issued by State Committee for Social Workers.

Lamar R-I | 'ELA Teacher' | 'English' -- (posted 9/22/2022)
Lamar R1 has an opening for High School English Language Arts teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Lamar R-I | 'District ISS Teacher' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/22/2022)
Lamar R1 has an opening for District ISS Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Lamar R-I | 'SPED High School Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/22/2022)
Lamar R1 has an opening for a High School Special Education teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Butler R-V | 'JV Boys Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 9/21/2022)
The Butler R-V School District is seeking applications for an Assistant High School Boys Basketball Coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should visit the district website www.butlerr5.org and send a completed application, including cover letter, resume, updated certification, references, and transcript to Activities Director Jake Duvall at jake.duvall@butler.k12.mo.us. Other coaching and/or extra duties are available with this position. The Butler R-V School District is located south of the Kansas City metropolitan area on I-49 Highway. We are a progressive school district that transitioned to a 4-day school week last year. We offer a competitive compensation package with fully funded health insurance for the employee.

Stockton R-I | 'Interventionist' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 9/22/2022)
Academic and Behavioral Interventionists The Stockton R-1 School District is currently seeking immediately certified applicants for the position of Elementary Academic and Behavior Interventionist. The Academic and Behavior Interventionist provides support to students, teachers, and staff with the implementation of the classroom academic and behavior intervention process. The Academic and Behavior Interventionist works with students, teachers, counselors, school personnel, and families to support students' needs and ensure access to classroom instruction while addressing behavioral concerns. The Academic and Behavior Interventionist will provide support to the instructional program by working with staff to develop interventions to individual student instruction within established curriculum guidelines; supervising students within the classroom and other assigned areas; collaborating with other teachers, other professional staff, and administrators in addressing instructional and/or classroom issues; and responding to a wide range of inquiries from students’ parents or guardians regarding the instructional program and student progress. Applications can be found at www.stockton.k12.mo.us or can be picked up at the central office. Please send all correspondence to Michael Dake - Elementary Principal mdake@stockton.k12.mo.us

Marshfield R-I | 'Elementary Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/21/2022)
**All candidates MUST apply via our district website to be eligible for interview** The Marshfield R-1 School District is in search of an elementary special education teacher for the 22-23 school year. Job Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in cross-categorical K-12 or ECSE (Pk-3) Job description includes the following: Develop and maintain compliant Individual Education Programs, and progress monitoring of IEP goals Working with students diagnosed with language impairment, autism, other health impairment, etc. Collaborates with IEP team and staff to develop appropriate staffing for students. 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 Develops a schedule that is conducive to student learning Develops reasonable rules addressing classroom behavior and procedures in the classroom that maintains fair and just order in the classroom The special education teacher will be required to plan and provide appropriate learning experiences for students with disabilities in a variety of educational settings Supervise and plan for paraprofessional supports The person in this position is responsible for creating a flexible program and learning environment that provides specialized instruction for students with disabilities, such that the students benefit from the general education curriculum to the greatest extent possible when supported with supplemental aides, accommodations, and other needed supports The person will be expected to adhere to federal, state, and local laws when developing, writing and implementing Individualized Education Plans (IEP) Attends special education staffing and faculty meetings and serve on committees as assigned Attend professional development as assigned by district/building level administrators. Adheres to all federal, state, and local policies Perform any other duties and responsibilities as directed by the Building Principal and/or Director of Special Services. Compensation for this position will be based on the Marshfield R-1 Public Schools Certified Salary Schedule, benefits included. If you have any questions about the available position, please contact Melynda.vannote@mjays.us.

Lamar R-I | 'Assistant Boys Basketball' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/21/2022)
Lamar R1 has an opening for a boys assistant basketball coach for the 2022-2023 school year.

Charleston R-I | 'Kindergarten Teacher's Aide' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/21/2022)
Charleston R-I School District is seeking qualified applicants for a Kindergarten Teacher’s Aide for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year. Job Duties Summary: Assisting a teacher; Working with students individually or in groups; Performing other duties as assigned by administrators. Qualifications: 60 College Hours; Associates Degree; or Passed the Paraprofessional Assessment For more information regarding the position contact: Mr. Amy Smotherman, Lower Elementary Principal Office: 573-683-3728 Email: asmotherman@charleston.k12.mo.us ________________________________________ An application packet should consist of the following: Completed Application - Cover Letter - Current Resume (including references) - Copy of College Transcripts - Copy of All Certificates and Licenses - Assessment Exam(s) Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Any offer of employment is contingent upon the satisfactory outcome of a criminal background check and other requirements as defined in Board Policy. To apply, obtain an application, or inquire, please contact: Summer Babb, Human Resources Charleston R-I School District 311 E. Tom Brown St. / P.O. Box 39 Charleston, MO 63834 Phone / Fax: (573) 290-2825 Email: sbabb@charleston.k12.mo.us Charleston R-I School District Website: https://www.charlestonbluejays.org/apps/pages/employment/ ________________________________________ We are Equal Opportunity Employer, who fully and actively supports equal access for all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information or Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law, and prohibits retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint, or otherwise oppose discrimination.

Charleston R-I | 'Jr. High Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (posted 9/21/2022)
Charleston R-I School District is seeking qualified applicants for a 7-8 Grade Science Teacher for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year. A valid Missouri Teaching Certificate in Science for Grades 7-8 is required. Salary is based on the current Salary Schedule with benefits package. For more information regarding the position contact: Jamarcus Williams, Charleston High School Principal Office: (573) 683-3761 Email: jwilliams@charleston.k12.mo.us ________________________________________ An application packet should consist of the following: Completed Application - Cover Letter - Current Resume (including references) - Copy of College Transcripts - Evidence of a Valid Missouri Teacher’s Certificate - Copy of All Additional Certifications Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Any offer of employment is contingent upon the satisfactory outcome of a criminal background check and other requirements as defined in Board Policy. To apply, obtain an application, or inquire, please contact: Summer Babb, Human Resources Charleston R-I School District 311 E. Tom Brown St. / P.O. Box 39 Charleston, MO 63834 Phone / Fax: (573) 683-3776 / (573) 683-2909 Email: sbabb@charleston.k12.mo.us Charleston R-I School District Website: https://www.charlestonbluejays.org/apps/pages/employment/ ________________________________________ We are Equal Opportunity Employer, who fully and actively supports equal access for all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information or Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law, and prohibits retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint, or otherwise oppose discrimination.

Perry Co. 32 | 'Day Treatment Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 9/21/2022)
Perry County School District No. 32 is seeking a Day Treatment Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Centralia R-VI | 'School Nurse' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/20/2022)
Job Title: School Nurse Responsible to: Building Principal, Superintendent Qualifications: Missouri State Board Certified RN or LPN. Current to practice nursing in the state of Missouri. Certified in CPR. Must be in good health due to continuous exposure to communicable disease. Must be able to make critical, independent, health-related judgments in life-threatening situations. Must be able to travel to and from various buildings throughout the school district Primary Function: The major focus of health services in the school setting is the promotion of health and wellness among students and staff, and the early detection and correction of health problems. The school nurse promotes and protects the health status of students and staff through functions in the areas of health services, health education and maintenance of a healthy school environment. Specific Duties (included, but not limited to): Administer appropriate level of first aid for illness and injury, including CPR, if necessary. Provide accurate documentation of health room visits and details of care given instudent’s computerized health record. Administer daily and emergency medication to students. Record all medication administered Make parent contacts when appropriate regarding a student’s illness or injury. Determine the need for student to leave school. Dismiss in accordance with district and specific building guidelines. Assist faculty with health needs. (ie: vital signs) Please apply at: https://centraliar6.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx

Waynesville R-VI | 'Anticipated Biology Teacher - 2022-2023' | 'Science' -- (revised 9/20/2022)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking an Anticipated Biology Teacher -2022-2023. All interested applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/.

Bloomfield R-XIV | 'Band Teacher' | 'Music- Instrumental' -- (posted 9/20/2022)
The Bloomfield R-14 School District is seeking band director applicants for the 2023-24 school year. This position is responsible for 6th grade band, JH band, HS band, Jazz and Pep band, and HS music appreciation. The Bloomfield band programs have been very successful and are fully supported by the Board of Education. Applications can be found at www.bps14.org. Completed applications may be emailed to thill@bps14.org or mailed to Bloomfield School District, 505 Court St., Bloomfield, MO 63825. Resumes, certifications, references and related paperwork should be included with the application. Bloomfield R-XIV is an equal opportunity employer.

Bloomfield R-XIV | 'Elementary Principal' | 'Elementary Principal' -- (posted 9/20/2022)
The Bloomfield R-14 School District is seeking quality applicants for the 2023-2024 school year for the position of Elementary School Principal.  Applicants must have proper certification. Interested applicants may find an application online at www.bps14.org.  Questions may be directed to Toni Hill, superintendent of schools, at 573-568-4564. Application packet can be mailed to 505 Court Street, Bloomfield, MO 63825 or emailed to thill@bps14.org. Packet must include application, resume, 3 letters of reference, and list all previous educational work experience.  The Bloomfield R-14 School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap.  Application deadline is Friday, October 14, 2022.

Ralls Co. R-II | 'Early Childhood Special Education Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 9/20/2022)
The Ralls County R-II School District in Center, MO is currently accepting applications for a full-time Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Program start up goal is January 2023. The district has a 4-day week calendar. Applicants must have ECSE certification or must be willing to obtain certification in this area. Candidates should contact Ellen Britt, Special Services Director, at (573) 267-3397 or at ebritt@rallsr2.k12.mo.us. Candidates should complete the application that is available on our district website: rallsr2.k12.mo.us. This opening will close as soon as a desirable candidate is found.

Clearwater R-I | 'Administrative Assistant' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/20/2022)
Clearwater R-1 School District in the county of Wayne has an opening for an Admin Asst. This position is responsible for entering and maintaining student data, various forms of communication, welcoming visitors, as well as other assigned duties as an administrative assistant. Salary will be based on experience. This is a full-time, 11 month position. Benefits include retirement, health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid personal leave, and paid vacation. For more information or to submit an application, please contact Ashley Wilfong at 573-223-7426, ext. 6104 or awilfong@cwtigers.net

Mountain View-Birch Tree R-III | 'Superintendent' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/20/2022)
The Mountain View-Birch Tree R-III School District invites candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools for the 2023-2024 school year. This position is becoming available due to the retirement of our current superintendent. Position Information • Salary Range: Commensurate with education and experience • Initial Contract: Two years • Administrative experience required. Central office experience preferred. • Superintendent certificate or proof of eligibility required District Information • Assessed Valuation: $86,057,077 • Tax Levies: Permanent: $2.771 Temporary: (through April of 2027) $.8467 • Administrators: 10 • Certified Staff: 120 • Non-Certified Staff: 65 • Food Service: Contracted through Taher • Enrollment: 1288 • Unrestricted Fund Balances: 46.2%

Waynesville R-VI | 'Chemistry Teacher 2023-2024' | 'Chemistry' -- (posted 9/19/2022)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking a Chemistry Teacher -2023-2024. All interested applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/.

Holliday C-2 School | 'Classroom Aide or Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/19/2022)
Holliday C-2 has an immediate opening for a classroom aide or paraprofessional. Applicants must have appropriate credentials or certificates to be considered for the position. Holliday C-2 is a 4-day school week, operating from Tuesday through Friday. Our school has an enrollment of 51 students from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Primary responsibilities would focused on Kindergarten through 4th grade students. Navigate to our website for the application. Applications can be emailed to jsmoot@hollidayschool.com http://hollidayc2school.weebly.com/

Pattonsburg R-II | 'Pattonsburg R-II School District History Position' | 'Social Studies' -- (posted 9/19/2022)
The Pattonsburg School District is currently accepting immediate certified applications for the position of Social Studies Teacher for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year for 7th grade and 8th grade history as well as current events and psychology. This is a part time postion consisting of 4 hours per day. Applications are available on the district's web site, https://www.pattonsburg.k12.mo.us . MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS REQUIRED: Valid Missouri teaching certificate for position assigned. FOR MORE INFORMATION: To be considered for this position, please submit completed certified staff application, college transcripts, three letters of reference and resume to: contact Alan Hutchcraft at 660-367-2111 or ahutchcraft@pattonsburg.k12.mo.us

Scott Co. R-IV | 'District Bookkeeper' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/17/2022)
The Scott County R-IV School District is seeking applicants for the position of District Bookkeeper. The ideal candidate has bookkeeping experience in a school setting and/or an accounting degree. The school district offers a competitive salary and benefit package that includes health and dental insurance as well as sick, personal, and vacation time. This position processes monthly payroll for approximately 135 employees. In addition, this position is responsible for on-boarding new employees including background checks, tax paperwork, and benefits/deductions finalization process. Finally, this position will work directly with the superintendent on monthly reconciling, quarterly and annual reports. Interested candidates should complete the "Support Staff" application on the district website (https://www.kellyhawks.org/EmploymentOpportunities.aspx) and email to Dr. Bradley Kolwyck at Bradley.kolwyck@kellyhawks.org. The district expects to begin interviews the week of October 3rd.

South Pemiscot Co. R-V | 'Administration' | 'Elementary Principal' -- (revised 9/16/2022)
The South Pemiscot R-V School District is accepting applications for the position of Elementary Principal beginning the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should email cmoore@southpemiscot.com and ask to receive an application for the position. The South Pemiscot R-V School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap. This position is open until it is filled,

Licking R-VIII School District | 'Superintendent' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/16/2022)
Licking R-VIII School District is seeking applications for Superintendent of Schools for the 2023-2024 school year. Licking R-VIII School District is in Licking, MO, approximately 35 miles south of Rolla, and approximately 35 miles east of St. Robert. Licking is in Texas County and has a population of 2,612, according to the 2020 census. The largest employers in the community are Licking R-VIII School District, South Central Correctional Center, and Intercounty Electric. The district is supported by many local small businesses. Licking R-VIII School District has an approximate enrollment of 850 students, grades PreK-12. The district employs approximately 135 people, with approximately 70 of those as classroom teachers. The district’s assessed valuation is $52,823,387. The district has a budget just over $9 million. Licking R-VIII School District is proud of its rich tradition of progressive educational opportunities, exceptional extra-curricular programs, beautiful natural scenery, and small town comforts. Position Information: Salary Range: $95,000-$110,000 Initial Contract: Negotiable Superintendent Certification or Proof of Eligibility of Certification Required District Residency Required Applications Must Include: Resume Completed Application Copies of all University Transcripts Documentation of Missouri Superintendent’s Certification or Eligibility of Certification Minimum of Three Letters of Recommendation Application Submission: Applications found at www.licking.k12.mo.us should be submitted to Superintendent Cristina Wright. Postal Mail --125 College Avenue, Licking, MO 65542 Email – cwright@licking.k12.mo.us Questions regarding the position or submission of applications should be directed to Superintendent Cristina Wright at (573) 674-2911. Search Timeline: Application Deadline: Week of November 14, 2022 Interviews: Week of November 28, 2022 Date of Board Action for Employment: December 12, 2022 Contract Beginning Date: July 1, 2023 Licking R-VIII School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Mirabile C-1 | 'Administrator' | 'Administration' -- (revised 9/16/2022)
The Mirabile C-1 School District is seeking highly motivated candidates with a minimum of a Master's Degree in Educational Administration and proper Missouri certification to fill the role of building administrator for the 2023-24 school year. The Mirabile C-1 School District is a K-8 elementary school in Northwest Missouri serving approximately 40 students with a 4-day/week schedule. Mirabile C-1 school district has a tradition of excellence in education. We fully expect our administration, faculty, and staff to work collaboratively, utilize data-driven decision making, and practice proven strategies to focus on what is in the best interest of our students above everything else. In addition, the District seeks candidates who can lead professional development, work with teachers on curriculum development, provide instructional feedback to teachers, build strong relationships with students, staff and community stakeholders along with being invested in the Mirabile community. This is a multi-role position including Superintendent, Principal, and federal programs to name a few. For more information and to apply for this position, please call Linda Storey, Superintendent (lindastorey@mirabilec1.org) or Katy Habrock, School Board Secretary (katyhabrock@mirabilec1.org) or at 816-586-4129. Applications will be accepted through October 31, 2022 with an anticipated hiring date of December 14, 2022.

Charleston R-I | 'Elementary Library Aide' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/16/2022)
Charleston R-I School District is seeking qualified applicants for an Elementary Library Aide for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year. Job Duties Summary: Assisting a teacher; Working with students individually or in groups; Performing other duties as assigned by administrators. The Library Aide will split their time between the Lower and Upper Elementary Buildings. Qualifications: 60 College Hours; Associates Degree; or Passed the Paraprofessional Assessment; Good Organizational Skills; Experience with Computers/Networks For more information regarding the position contact: Mr. Adam Grindstaff, Upper Elementary Principal Office: 573-683-3346 Email: agrindstaff@charleston.k12.mo.us ________________________________________ An application packet should consist of the following: Completed Application - Cover Letter - Current Resume (including references) - Copy of College Transcripts - Copy of All Certificates and Licenses - Assessment Exam(s) Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Any offer of employment is contingent upon the satisfactory outcome of a criminal background check and other requirements as defined in Board Policy. To apply, obtain an application, or inquire, please contact: Summer Babb, Human Resources Charleston R-I School District 311 E. Tom Brown St. / P.O. Box 39 Charleston, MO 63834 Phone / Fax: (573) 290-2825 Email: sbabb@charleston.k12.mo.us Charleston R-I School District Website: www.charlestonr1.org/employee-opportunities/ ________________________________________ We are Equal Opportunity Employer, who fully and actively supports equal access for all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information or Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law, and prohibits retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint, or otherwise oppose discrimination.

MSBA - All Regions | 'Poplar Bluff R-I Superintendent of Schools' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/16/2022)
The Poplar Bluff R-I School District invites candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools.

Missouri Association of Rural Education | 'Superintendent of Schools - Lathrop R-II' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 9/16/2022)
The Missouri Association of Rural Education has been retained by the Lathrop R-II Board of Education to conduct a search for their next Superintendent of Schools. Lathrop R-II School District is located in Clinton County (Lathrop) in Northwest Missouri. School District Information: • Elementary Schools - (PK-05) o Certified Staff – 40 o Student Enrollment – 410 • Middle School – (06-08) o Certified Staff – 18 o Student Enrollment - 200 • High School (09-12) o Certified Staff - 24 o Student Enrollment - 305 • Annual Operating Budget – $ 12,925,439.00 • Total Tax Levy - $5.3529 • Assessed Valuation - $80,897,866.00 • Reserve Balances – 19.5% • Administrators – 6 • Support Staff – 48 • MSIP: Fully Accredited • District Contracted Transportation - Peoples • District Contracted Food Service – Opaa! • Other Programs: o Parents as Teachers Program o Project Lead The Way (PLTW) o FFA, AG, Math Club, Science Club, Metal/Wood Shop o A+ Program/Dual Credit with UCM, MCC & MWSU o 4 Day School Week o Marzano Certified High Reliability Schools o Excelsior Springs Career Center Application Time Line: • Applications must be received by – Friday, October 14, 2022 • Screening to begin – Ongoing during the application period • Interviews Tentative Date – October 18th & 19th, 2022 • Anticipated Hire Date – Prior to October 31st • Contract Begins – July 1, 2023 Salary/Benefits Information: • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary Range: $120,000-$135,000. • Administrative experience required/ Central Office administrative experience preferred. • Missouri Superintendent’s Certificate or eligibility thereof required. • Board paid health insurance benefits. • Initial multi-year contract will be considered • District residency is not required initially/Two-year timeframe to relocate in district. • Relocation expenses up to $2,000.00 Application Guidelines: • Submit a completed application form and current resume with three letters of reference. • Include a cover letter directed to the Lathrop R-II Board of Education – Describe reasons for interest in the position and provide a record of significant accomplishments over the past five years. • Provide evidence of Missouri Superintendent Certificate (copy of certificate). • Provide transcripts and current placement papers or credentials. • Include any other supporting documents that would enhance the application file. • Please note that the Selected finalist will provide a copy of his/her most recent background check prior to official employment. Application Procedure: • Download application for Lathrop R-II on MARE website (www.moare.com) • Forward application (Email and hard copy!) and support materials to: o Lathrop R-II Superintendent Search o Attn: Dr. Mike Jinks, Search Consultant o 116 Fairview Avenue o Warrensburg, Missouri 64093 • Other Contact Information: o Phone # - (660) 441-7473 o Fax # - (660) 747-8160 o Email: 19mj46@charter.net Lathrop R-II is an equal opportunity employer. Refer to announcement for contact information. Applicants are asked to NOT make direct contact with the board of education members. Initial applications will be kept confidential, however, all applications, letters of reference, resumes, transcripts, credentials, etc. for the purpose of this application process will, upon receipt, become the sole property of the Lathrop R-II Board of Education, and shall remain their property indefinitely.

Osage Co. R-I | 'Parents As Teachers Parent Educator' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/15/2022)
Osage Co.R-I in Chamois, MO has an immediate opening for a parent educator to administer the Parents As Teachers Program. This can be either a full-time or part-time position.

Cape Girardeau Public Schools | 'Administrative Assistant' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/15/2022)
The School District of Cape Girardeau is seeking a dedicated Administrative Assistant for Central Academy for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Administrative Assistant to the Principal is responsible for working directly to provide support to the school's leadership team as needed. In addition to assisting the Principal in the general delivery of school services, this position includes primary responsibility for managing the flow of work in all campus offices, processing purchase orders and coordinating commencement and other major school events. Required Qualifications High School diploma or equivalent; supplemented by minimum two years previous experience and/or training that includes secretarial or clerical work, or any equivalent combination of related education, training and experience Must possess strong organizational skills as well as the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment, prioritize tasks and work independently with a high degree of accuracy Demonstrate excellent skills in computer word processing, spreadsheets and data bases Demonstrate analytical and problem-solving skills Must be team oriented with excellent interpersonal and communication skills Must maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information as required by law Demonstrated ability to meet and effectively deal with the general public in a courteous manner General Information To apply for this position, you must register online at www.capetigers.com (Work @ CGPS). Application deadline: Open until filled

Walnut Grove R-V | 'After School Para' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/15/2022)
Walnut Grove R-V School District is accepting applications for an additional teacher for our afterschool Tiger Time program. This position is for Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:45 p.m.-6:00 p.m. The successful candidate will assist students with special needs and help supervise all students enrolled in the program. Applicants will be required to obtain a background check. Interested applicants should contact Christina Bowers at 417-788-2543 ex. 101 or by email at cbowers@wgtigers.com.

Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City | 'Custodian' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/15/2022)
Immaculate Conception Catholic School in Loose Creek is looking for a part-time cleaning staff to clean the school building. Hours are flexible with approximately 20 hours per week.

Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City | 'Cook' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/15/2022)
Immaculate Conception Catholic School in Loose Creek is looking for a part-time cook to fix school meals working approximately 25 hours per week.

Oak Ridge R-VI | 'Bus Driver' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/14/2022)
Bus Driver for am/pm routes Please apply at www.oakridger6schools.com/page/employment Oak Ridge R-VI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Oak Ridge R-VI | 'Custodian' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/14/2022)
Full time custodial position available. Ability to read & write, perform moderate to heavy manual labor, perform daily tasks with minimal supervision and demonstrate aptitude for the work to be performed. 12 month position Job responsibilities: *Cleans/maintains school facilities such as classrooms, restrooms, hallways, entrance doors, entryways, offices, floors, desks, charis and walls. This includes scrubbing, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, dusting and waxing. *Replenish supplies in restrooms and classrooms *empy trash receptacles *set up chairs/tables for meetings *other duties as assigned Apply at www.oakridger6schools.com/page/employment Oak Ridge R-VI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Oak Ridge R-VI | 'Parents as Teachers Educator' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/14/2022)
Oak Ridge R-VI is seeking a Part time Parents as Teachers Educator. Experience with children expected. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Training will be provided through the district. The job expectations include: Family outreach, monthly family meetings, community activities, interacting and screening children for developmental milestones. This is a part time position. No insurance benefits are available. Position may require evening appointments with parents. Dependable transportation will be expected. Apply at www.oakridger6schools.com/page/employment Oak Ridge R-VI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Oak Ridge R-VI | 'Bus Mechanic' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/14/2022)
Oak Ridge is seeking a bus mechanic to ensure the safety and mechanical workings of our buses. Student transportation is of the upmost importance to our district. This individual would need to have experience with diesel engines, maintaining bus operations, inspections, etc. The bus mechanic position is part time, but could be up to 20 hours per week. The hired individual would be trained to be certified as a bus inspector for annual inspections. They must also obtain their bus driver's license. All interested individuals please complete the application online at www.oakridger6schools.com/employment. Oak Ridge R-VI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Marquand-Zion R-VI | 'Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 9/14/2022)
The Marquand-Zion School District is accepting applications for a kindergarten teacher certified in early childhood education. The position will require an energetic and organized individual. Applications can be found at www.mz.k12.mo.us or by calling the Superintendent's Office (573) 783-3388.

Clinton | 'Payroll/Benefits Coordinator' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/13/2022)
The Clinton School District is currently seeking a Payroll/Benefits Coordinator.  Please visit our district website at https://clintonsd.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx to view the complete job description and to apply for this position.  Thank you!

Great Circle- Region 2 | 'Teacher - Columbia, MO' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our Great Circle Academy, Columbia with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. We will consider candidates with a sub certificate OR working towards their teaching degree or special education certificate. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: Columbia, MO ⭐Training & Educational Opportunities ⭐Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) ⭐Supportive Team ⭐Supportive Leadership ⭐Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Columbia Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Great Circle- Region 6 | 'Regulation Coach' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
We are seeking a Regulation Coach with experience in special education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. Join the team that’s making a difference, apply now! Location: St. James, MO Clear Paths to Promotion Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership ⭐Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness)⭐ Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Great Circle Academy - Cameron Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Purpose of Position The Regulation Coach is responsible for the Regulation Room- a place to help the brain and body discover peace. By executing the regulation plan, clients are provided opportunity to develop self-regulation skills and manage stress in a healthy way. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Provides technical assistance to enhance program design and implementation for clients with complex needs related to programming, behavior, communication and socialization in an educational setting. Provides consultation and coaching support for staff in planning and implementing regulation plans. Accumulates and disseminates information about new developments in areas that support client’s regulation and leads to successful participation in programming. Execute timely regulation plans of clients that have a completed Metric or Mini-Metric. Support staff in understanding what tools successfully aid in regulation of clients by providing consultation and modeling. Act as an ambassador of trauma-informed care in the education and residential programs by collaborating with the TIS team and NM trained professionals to embed practices into the programs. Participate in on-going consultation and coaching with a NME Trainer and other Regulation Coaches. Model a trauma informed approach with clients Other duties as needed for the betterment of Great Circle Working Conditions Office, school or residential environment. Working environment generally favorable. Exposure to noise. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. The position requires constant sitting, listening and talking. The position requires occasional walking, use of hands to handle or feel, climb, balance, stoop, kneel or crawling tasting or smelling as well as lifting up to 25 pounds. This position occasionally lifts up to 100 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Qualifications Possess a current, valid MO class E driver's license and meet the Great Circle requirements for driver’s insurance Strong communication, interpersonal, and computer skills Demonstrated ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language proficiently Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality in all transactions and communications Required Education and Experience High school diploma or GED equivalent Experience in a TA role or similar, familiarity with the children with trauma history or sensitized stress response system. Completion of Trauma 101, 201 and 301 at Great Circle. Preferred Education and Experience Experience working with children and families in a trauma informed environment. Completion of or participation in the NM Advanced Learning training track.

Fair Play R-II | '2022-2023 Varsity/JV Baseball Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 9/12/2022)
The Fair Play R-II School District is accepting applications for Head Coach for Varsity/JV Baseball for the 2022-23 school year.

Scott Co. Central | 'Part-Time ECSE Classroom/Bus Aide' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 9/8/2022)
The Scott County Central School District is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Early Childhood Special Education Classroom and Bus Aide for the 2022-2023 school year. Required: 60 college credit hours, or who have a passing score on the Paraprofessional or ParaPro Assessment (MEGA), or a valid DESE issued Substitute Certificate. Duties include but are not limited to: Riding the bus to and from school with the students. Assisting students as needed to get them in their child restraint seat and buckled correctly. Assisting individual students in performing activities indicated by the teacher or therapists. Assisting the teacher with behavior management. Assisting students with personal care, including toileting, feeding, and hygiene as needed. Performing clerical tasks such as lunch count, making copies, etc. Collaborate effectively as a team member to support student/classroom learning and activities. Communicate and work effectively with peers, classroom teachers and administration. Interested applicants should go to the district’s website: www.scottcentral.k12.mo.us to obtain a non-certified application. Your application, along with your cover letter, should be submitted by email to Bethany Mize, ECSE Director at bmize@scottcentral.k12.mo.us. The Scott County Central School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, creed, color, national origin or disability.

Waynesville R-VI | 'Elementary Teacher- 5th Grade' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 9/8/2022)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking an Elementary Teacher-5th Grade. All interested applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/.

Weaubleau R-III | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 9/9/2022)
Weaubleau R-3 has a k-2 elementary position available for 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must maintain high expectations for student performance, provide engaging instruction and activities, and use strategies to encourage positive behavior in the classroom. Chromebooks in classrooms. Our district operates on a 4-day calendar. Weaubleau R-3 is a family friendly employer, located near Pomme de Terre Lake. Interested applicants must submit a full application, letter of intent and resume. Applications can be downloaded from the district's website. Contact person for the position is Traci Foster, Principal 22320 Center Street Weaubleau, MO. 65774 417-428-3668 ext. 222. Information can be emailed to traci.foster@weaubleau.k12.mo.us. Job is open until filled. Weaubleau R-III is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Greenfield R-IV | 'HS Assistant Boys Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 9/7/2022)
The Greenfield R-IV School District is currently seeking applicants for an Assistant Boys Basketball Coach for the 2022-2023 High School Basketball season.

Great Circle- Region 3 | 'Therapist - Cameron, MO' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a School Based Therapist to provide trauma-informed counseling to children enrolled in Great Circle Academy on our Cameron, MO campus! *Sign On Bonus* Applicants MUST have the following licensure to apply: (PLPC), (LPC), (LMSW), (LCSW), (PLMFT), (LMFT) This position offers an AMAZING work schedule! Monday through Friday school day hours following the school year calendar. In addition to the school breaks through out the year, with the full month of July and half of August OFF WITH PAY. Paid training & Educational Opportunities (Can be applied to CEU's) Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership *Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness)* Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Cameron Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position Provides therapy to clients and works collaboratively with the Teachers, Teacher Assistants and Teacher Aides. Completes assessments, documentation for services rendered, and case management duties as needed. The Therapist reports directly to the Statewide Clinical Associate Director of Education. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Provides clinical counseling services to clients with a focus on those affected by trauma, may include individual, family or group therapy * Completes various assessments and reports as appropriate including but not limited to; biopsychosocial, trauma, suicide, substance abuse * Formulates and administers treatment plans * Documents service delivery in formats specified by Great Circle * Participates in meetings, staffing, and other appointments with clients as needed Communicates and collaborates with internal and external individuals and groups to provide excellent care, customer service, and cooperation Manages youth using safe crisis management techniques Provide clinical supervision * (Senior Therapist only) Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Therapist I Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling Missouri Provisional Licensure: Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Provisional Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (PLMFT) Therapist II & Senior Therapist Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling Missouri Licensure: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) Preferred Education and Experience Experience working with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Knowledge of clinical theory, therapy, and systems Requires analytical ability necessary to handle moderately complex administrative details such as preparing nonrecurring reports Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize a diversified workload with attention to detail Must be able to work productively and respectfully with individuals and families from diverse cultural backgrounds Proficient in Word and email applications. Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable.

Great Circle- Region 3 | 'Regulation Coach - Cameron' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a Regulation Coach with experience in special education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. Join the team that’s making a difference, apply now! Location: Cameron, MO Clear Paths to Promotion Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness) Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Great Circle Academy - Cameron Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Purpose of Position The Regulation Coach is responsible for the Regulation Room- a place to help the brain and body discover peace. By executing the regulation plan, clients are provided opportunity to develop self-regulation skills and manage stress in a healthy way. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Provides technical assistance to enhance program design and implementation for clients with complex needs related to programming, behavior, communication and socialization in an educational setting. Provides consultation and coaching support for staff in planning and implementing regulation plans. Accumulates and disseminates information about new developments in areas that support client’s regulation and leads to successful participation in programming. Execute timely regulation plans of clients that have a completed Metric or Mini-Metric. Support staff in understanding what tools successfully aid in regulation of clients by providing consultation and modeling. Act as an ambassador of trauma-informed care in the education and residential programs by collaborating with the TIS team and NM trained professionals to embed practices into the programs. Participate in on-going consultation and coaching with a NME Trainer and other Regulation Coaches. Model a trauma informed approach with clients Other duties as needed for the betterment of Great Circle ​Working Conditions Office, school or residential environment. Working environment generally favorable. Exposure to noise. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. The position requires constant sitting, listening and talking. The position requires occasional walking, use of hands to handle or feel, climb, balance, stoop, kneel or crawling tasting or smelling as well as lifting up to 25 pounds. This position occasionally lifts up to 100 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Qualifications Possess a current, valid MO class E driver's license and meet the Great Circle requirements for driver’s insurance Strong communication, interpersonal, and computer skills Demonstrated ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language proficiently Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality in all transactions and communications ​Required Education and Experience High school diploma or GED equivalent Experience in a TA role or similar, familiarity with the children with trauma history or sensitized stress response system. Completion of Trauma 101, 201 and 301 at Great Circle. ​Preferred Education and Experience Experience working with children and families in a trauma informed environment. Completion of or participation in the NM Advanced Learning training track.

Great Circle- Region 3 | '1-on-1 Teacher's Assistant - Kansas City, MO' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/7/2022)
Now hiring 1 on 1 Teacher’s Assistants! Are you ready to join a team of educators dedicated to brightening their students' futures? This position has room for professional development, plus we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including PSLF Eligibility. Location: 8383 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64133 ⭐Training & Educational Opportunities ⭐Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) ⭐Supportive Team ⭐Supportive Leadership ⭐Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employe Year round position - Hourly Non-Exempt Benefits & Compensation edical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Great Circle Academy - Kansas City About 70 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Purpose of Position Provide support to the teacher by helping with supervision, grading, planning, and to assist with other day-to-day activities. Provide supervision and general safety of children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner in residential cottages. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Collaborate with the teacher and Cottage Life Supervisor in day-to-day activities * Follow established classroom/cottage rules and ensure implementation of these rules* Assist the teacher in supervising and general safety of the children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner * Operate according to the Great Circle Model of care and program operations manual as well as function within the Agency’s policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook. Provided educational tools for children to be successful in learning* Attend weekly meetings as directed in school and residential settings about children and youth behaviors Monitor social skills in cafeteria, on the playground, bathroom, and P.E. to promote healthy behaviors Manage children and youth using safe crisis management without the need for therapeutic holds Administer all medication to students properly as needed Document and record the behavior of children to ensure positive outcomes to assist in a return of the child or youth to a less restrictive setting. Perform other job-related duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Working Conditions Classroom and residential care environment. Working environment generally favorable. Lighting and temperature adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust etc. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This position requires standing, walking, talking or hearing as well as lifting up to 10 pounds constantly. Using hands to handle or feel happens frequently as well as stooping, kneeling or crawling and lifting up to 25 pounds. The employee is required to perform SCM training and techniques. Physical ability to react and intervene quickly during crisis situations; such as but not limited to: student elopement, physical altercations or any situation that requires physical intervention to maintain student safety. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Qualifications Ability to work with children in a classroom setting and in the residential cottages. Ability to work well while under pressure when needed. Maintain a valid Class E driver’s license. Language Skills Ability to reach and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. This position requires the ability to write routine reports and correspondence. The ability to communicate effectively is essential. Mathematical Skills Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all unites of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, decimals, and percentages. Reasoning Ability Ability to problem-solve and apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and/or oral or diagram form. Required Education and Experience Missouri: 60 Credit Hours or Para Professional Certificate Preferred Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree Education Classes Knowledge necessary to successfully fulfill this position’s responsibilities includes Knowledge of emotional disorders, behavior disorders and children with Autism, crisis intervention/prevention, physical/sexual abuse issues, child development, and behavior management techniques. Skills required include crisis intervention and decision-making. Self-awareness, patience, and the ability to work as part of a team are essential. CPR/First Aid certification required. Ability to respond appropriately to cultural differences that exists among Great Circle’s diverse client base. Demonstration of the conviction that people are able to change and that this attitude is fostered when a mutually respectful partnership exists between Great Circle personnel and the clients served. Ability to work as part of a team and to maintain a positive, professional helping role. A valid Class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required because transporting clients is an essential function of this position. Ability to work with volunteers

Great Circle- Region 3 | 'Teacher II - Cameron' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our Cameron, MO campus with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. We will consider candidates with a sub certificate OR working towards their teaching degree or special education certificate. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: 8383 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64133 -Training & Educational Opportunities -Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) -Supportive Team -Supportive Leadership -Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Cameron Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Great Circle- Region 3 | 'Teacher Assistant, Youth Care Specialists - Cameron, MO' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
Now hiring Teacher’s Assistants! Are you ready to join a team of educators dedicated to brightening their students' futures? This position has room for professional development, plus we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including PSLF Eligibility. Base Pay: $15.00 - $17.00 Location: Cameron, MO Clear Paths to Promotion Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership ⭐Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness)⭐ Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Cameron Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position Provide support to the teacher by helping with supervision, grading, planning, and to assist with other day-to-day activities. Provide supervision and general safety of children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner in residential cottages. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Collaborate with the teacher and Cottage Life Supervisor in day-to-day activities * Follow established classroom/cottage rules and ensure implementation of these rules* Assist the teacher in supervising and general safety of the children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner * Operate according to the Great Circle Model of care and program operations manual as well as function within the Agency’s policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook. Provided educational tools for children to be successful in learning* Attend weekly meetings as directed in school and residential settings about children and youth behaviors Monitor social skills in cafeteria, on the playground, bathroom, and P.E. to promote healthy behaviors Manage children and youth using safe crisis management without the need for therapeutic holds Administer all medication to students properly as needed Document and record the behavior of children to ensure positive outcomes to assist in a return of the child or youth to a less restrictive setting. Perform other job-related duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Working Conditions Classroom and residential care environment. Working environment generally favorable. Lighting and temperature adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust etc. Qualifications Ability to work with children in a classroom setting and in the residential cottages. Ability to work well while under pressure when needed. Maintain a valid Class E driver’s license. Language Skills Ability to reach and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. This position requires the ability to write routine reports and correspondence. The ability to communicate effectively is essential. Mathematical Skills Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all unites of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, decimals, and percentages. Reasoning Ability Ability to problem-solve and apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and/or oral or diagram form. Required Education and Experience Missouri: 60 Credit Hours or Para Professional Certificate Preferred Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree Education Classes Knowledge necessary to successfully fulfill this position’s responsibilities includes Knowledge of emotional disorders, behavior disorders and children with Autism, crisis intervention/prevention, physical/sexual abuse issues, child development, and behavior management techniques. Skills required include crisis intervention and decision-making. Self-awareness, patience, and the ability to work as part of a team are essential. CPR/First Aid certification required. Ability to respond appropriately to cultural differences that exists among Great Circle’s diverse client base. Demonstration of the conviction that people are able to change and that this attitude is fostered when a mutually respectful partnership exists between Great Circle personnel and the clients served. Ability to work as part of a team and to maintain a positive, professional helping role. A valid Class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required because transporting clients is an essential function of this position.

Great Circle- Region 8 | 'Board Certified Behavior Analyst ' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with experience in special education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. Join the team that’s making a difference, apply now! Location: 330 N Gore Ave, Webster Groves, MO 63119 - Paid Training & Educational Opportunities - Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) - Supportive Team - Supportive Leadership - Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Benefits & Compensation ​ Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Great Circle Academy - Webster Groves About 90 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Purpose of Position Responsible for developing and monitoring behavior change programs with clients. The BCBA may perform daily duties including, but not limited to, conducting individual behavior therapy sessions, staff training, cottage and classroom support, behavior treatment planning, behavioral assessments including functional analyses, and running specific behavioral protocols. The BCBA works directly with teachers, youth care specialists, therapists and parents in provision of services to clients. External contacts include parents/guardians and school and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes a discussion of the needs of the child as well as their progress. This salaried exempt position reports to the CPO of Education or designee. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Review Behavior Improvement Plans Provide individual behavior therapy Conduct Assessments including Functional Analysis Provide training to staff on concepts/principles of ABA as needed Provide additional training and feedback to staff in the area of behavior management Collect and analyze data for identified cases on a monthly basis to determine revisions/new programming needed. Complete Monthly graphs, quarterly reviews, annual reviews, BIP and assessments as needed. Conduct direct observation of program implementation and provide feedback. Conduct training for family members and school personnel to increase consistency and generalization across environments Working Conditions Millieu environment. Working environment generally favorable. Lighting and temperature adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust etc. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Qualifications Strong customer service focus, excellent time management, oral and written communication skills. Requires analytical ability necessary to handle moderately complex administrative details such as preparing reports. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize a diversified workload with attention to detail. Must be proficient in Word, and email applications. Required Education and Experience Credentialed as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst A master’s degree in a human service field. A valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Preferred Education and Experience Employee signature below constitutes employee’s understanding of the requirements, essential functions and duties of the position.

Jasper Special Education Cooperative | 'Transition Coordinator' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
Transition Coordinator: The Barton, Dade, Jasper County Special Education Cooperative is seeking a transition coordinator for the 22-23 school year. The transition coordinator performs a variety of duties in providing appropriate services to special education students preparing for life after graduation. The transition coordinator will with students 16 and older to assist with individualized transition plans specific to interests and career options. The successful candidate must have strong interpersonal communication skills, student and parent interviewing skills, and be able to complete documentation for reporting and monitoring responsibilities. To complete the online application go to https://www.applitrack.com/lamarmo/onlineapp/-- or for more information please contact BDJ Coop Director @ 417-394-2220 ext 029 or nhubbard@lamar.k12.mo.us

Jasper Special Education Cooperative | 'Speech Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
Evaluate and diagnose speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders. Treat speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders. Provide training and education to family/caregivers and other professionals. If you have questions, contact Nicole Hubbard at nhubbard@.k12.mo.us Complete the online application at https://www.applitrack.com/lamarmo/onlineapp/--

Chilhowee R-IV | '7-12 Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 9/8/2022)
The Chilhowee R-IV School District is seeking a motivated 7-12 Science teacher to join the team this school year (2022-23). Chilhowee R-IV participates in the $38K teacher minimum pay program. In addition, the district offers gradual steps in addition to the $38,000 minimum. Chilhowee School offers 1:1 technology and promotes a culture of family, team, and unity. The Chilhowee District is located in South Central Johnson County on highway 2 approximately 15 miles from Warrensburg, Clinton, Holden, and Knob Noster, and 40 minutes from Lee’s Summit. The successful candidate will need appropriate certification, a background check, and the necessary documents listed below. The Chilhowee R-IV School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Great Circle- Region 8 | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our Webster Groves, MO campus with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. We will consider candidates with a sub certificate OR working towards their teaching degree or special education certificate. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: 8383 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64133 ⭐Training & Educational Opportunities ⭐Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) ⭐Supportive Team ⭐Supportive Leadership ⭐Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Webster Groves -About 90 students -Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Ash Grove R-IV | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/6/2022)
The Ash Grove R-IV School District is accepting applications for a full time paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year at Ash Grove High School working with junior high and high school students. Experience with American Sign Language preferred, but not required. Salary based upon experience in American Sign Language. Requirements include either: 60 college credit hours from an accredited college, successful completion of the state approved paraprofessional assessment or the completion of the 20 hour substitute teacher training. Applicants will be required to obtain a substitute teaching certificate through DESE. Interested candidates should submit a completed district application to: Mrs. Erica Long, Director of Special Services, elong@agpirates.com. The district application may be downloaded at https://www.agpirates.com/employment-information/employment-applications.

Willard Public Schools | 'Executive Director of Business and Finance' | 'Administration' -- (posted 9/6/2022)
Position:   Executive Director of Business and Finance Qualifications:   Education Level:  Bachelor’s Degree required. Business, Finance, Accounting or other related field preferred. Certification:  None required Experience desired:  Minimum of 5 years experience in accounting and finance. School Finance and School Information System experience preferred. Other Requirements:  Must successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education, must also provide evidence of experience, maturity and leadership abilities in Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).  Strong attendance and initiative is encouraged.  Should be proficient in 10 key operations and display a high level  of the ability to multitask. Confidentiality is a priority.       General Summary:  This position provides assistance to the Superintendent and Board of Education on all financial aspects and human resources functions of the District.  Budget preparation (under the direction of the Superintendent), school business operations and oversight of district accounting policies and practices are essential to this position. Strict adherence to deadlines is necessary to perform this job effectively. In this fast-paced environment  flexibility and strong organizational skills are essential.   It is equally important to be goal driven and maintain a high level of professionalism while adhering to Board policy.     Performance Responsibilities:   Assists Superintendent with Budget preparation, budget message, budget forecasting and district accounting principles in accordance with MO DESE Financial manual Assist with hiring, supervise and evaluate school business personnel, to include; Accounts payable, Payroll, Human resources, Core Data and administrative assistants Ensure business and finance operations for the district are conducted in a legal and professional manner Oversee and monitor school business operations including, but not limited to, Annual Secretary of the Board Report (ASBR), annual audit, assessed valuation and how it relates to local tax calculations, setting the annual tax levy, state funding formula calculations, investments, fund balances, MO Direct Deposit Program (MDDP), federal and state grants and district budget Develop short and long-range financial plans. Oversee employee benefits committee Oversee hiring and interviewing processes to include background checks, pay rates, job descriptions and job postings Provide assistance to building level administration and clerical staff as it relates to school business operations Work in conjunction with bond counsel and Investment Bankers on new bond issues and refinancing of old bonds Track and maintain all bond money expenditures, including detail records for bond and other building projects Gather and prepare all information for annual MUSIC Insurance renewal.  Correspond with MUSIC and Arthur J. Gallagher as necessary regarding property claims, liability insurance and renewal Attend all Administrative, board, committee and organizational meetings as necessary and directed Remain abreast of developments as they pertain to school business and apply to district operations as necessary Monitor software needs and updates for district  programs as needed  Oversee and evaluate the classified staff at District Office and other personnel as directed Oversee District Office, general office operations, i.e. hours, scheduled work times/calendar, customer service, meeting and communications Provide support and oversight for various district departments, to include food service, operations and administration as needed.   Oversee and / or direct inservices for clerical staff as needed Provide guidance and support to Payroll, Human Resources, Accounts Payable and District Office functions Review and revise certified and classified employee handbooks on a yearly basis Must have the ability to make presentations to the Board of Education as well as other employee groups in a public setting. Must be able to type at an acceptable rate with good grammatical structure. Display excellent communication and organizational skills Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google programs Produce documents accurately and efficiently and provide leadership experience in finance related areas Assist staff with password management for district software programs and time tracking Gather and report COC salary information to COC districts Provide guidance for resolutions to various district/employee concerns  Oversee bidding process for auditing and banking firms  Manage and monitor state and federal grants as assigned Provide assistance related to school bond issues i.e. tracking costs and investing Serve as District Treasurer  Other duties as assigned  Preference given to applications submitted by September 9th. 

East Newton R-VI | 'Superintendent's Secretary/HR/Accounts Receivable' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 9/6/2022)
Due to an upcoming retirement - East Newton Schools Superintendent's Secretary/HR/Accounts Receivable position is open. The position will begin in October or November depending on availability - giving the new Secretary the ability to train and work with our outgoing Superintendent's Secretary for the remainder of this school year. This is a 12 month position located at our Central Office. This position includes Human Resource and Accounts Receivable duties. East Newton operates on a four-day school week (Tue-Fri).

Humansville R-IV | 'Middle School Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (posted 9/2/2022)
The Humansville School District is seeking applicants for a Middle School Science Teacher beginning second semester of the 2022-2023 school year (January 2023). Humansville offers board paid health insurance and small class sizes. Qualifications should include proper certification, or the ability to obtain proper certification, and successful completion of a background check. Interested applicants are requested to apply online at https://humansville.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx in order to be considered for this position. Please direct any questions to Mrs. Colleena Frazier, Secondary Principal, colleena.frazier@humansville.k12.mo.us. Position open until filled.

Centralia R-VI | ''Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/2/2022)
Centralia R-VI School District has openings for a Special Education Instructional Aide/Paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. Qualified applicants must have 60 college credit hours or a passing score on the paraprofessional assessment. Salary commensurate with experience and college hours as per salary scale. Benefits provided. Assignment may vary. Please apply at: https://centraliar6.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx

West St. Francois Co. R-IV | 'Part-Time Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 9/2/2022)
SUMMARY: To be a paraprofessional for special education department. Perform specified services as in the Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Will perform any combination of tasks in and out of the classroom while with the student(s). QUALIFICATIONS: Associate degree or a minimum of 60 college credit hours. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 7 HOUR POSITION (4 DAYS A WEEK): The duties may include (but are not limited to):  Assist special education teacher/classroom teacher in classroom instruction and care of students, which can include hygiene, toileting, nutrition support and/or other duties.  Maintain student confidentiality and understanding of student’s IEP.  Read tests to students and makes other accommodations from the IEP.  At times participate in Class-Within-A-Class educational opportunities. (Takes notes during class, monitors behavior of students, works with individual students, etc.)  Maintain a good working relationship with other staff members and students.  Demonstrate an understanding of student’s difficulties.  Keeps records, writes/presents by various methods assignments/lessons and corrects student work.  Walk students to and from bus, or other areas of school (as needed).  Ride with student on the bus, to and/or from school or other locations (as needed).  Walk with and/or monitors students that have difficulties between classes or other areas (as needed).  Assist teacher in maintaining discipline and other functions.  Assist with set-up of classroom and prepares/organizes materials for instruction.  Participate in meeting and professional development activities.  Collaborate effectively as a team member to support student/classroom learning and activities.  Communicate and work effectively with peers, classroom teachers and administration.  Handle attendance reports and other related clerical functions (as needed). WEST COUNTY R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: PART-TIME PARAPROFESSIONAL TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT & EVALUATION: Length of contract and salary to be determined annually by the Board of education. Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Support Services Personnel. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondences and procedures-manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commission proportions, percentages, area, circumference and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry. REASONING ABILITY: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exist. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. OTHER SKILL AND ABILITIES: Ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory in specific field. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in oral and written form. Ability to perform duties with awareness of all District requirements and Board of Education policies. Up-to-date knowledge of educational technology and the ability to work with a wide range of computer equipment and software. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of these that must be met by any employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. The employee must occasionally push items of 50 pounds such as pushing children on a bike or moving/rearranging furniture. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distant vision and depth perception. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate and is a standard acceptable level for this environment.

Aurora R-VIII | 'Paraprofessional-Elementary Special Education' | 'Other' -- (posted 9/2/2022)
Aurora R-8 is seeking a special education paraprofessional to work with students at the elementary level. Must have 60 college hours or have completed the 20 hour sub course or have passed the para text. A college degree or someone working towards a teaching degree is preferred. They must be willing to work with students with behavior delays as well as assist with academics or self-care. 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. Position will be posted until filled. Aurora does operate on a four-day school calendar (Monday-Thursday).

Scott City R-I | 'Title I Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/1/2022)
Scott City Elementary is seeking qualified applicants for a Title I paraprofessional. 60+ college hours required in order to obtain a substitute teacher certificate. All school positions require an individual to pass a background check. Please contact Dr. Keisha Panagos at panagosk@scr1.org for for questions. Applications can be found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScK41flmUtkECQiIXTeu1_3NBxyyySm4VZiVH9R6qibYVlaag/viewform. Position open until filled. Equal opportunity employer.

Crocker R-II | 'Night Custodian Needed' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/31/2022)
The Crocker R-II school district is currently looking for a full time night custodian. Board paid benefits, and a great working team. The Crocker school district takes pride in our facilities and we are looking for someone to help us keep our schools clean and in great condition for our students.

Northeast Nodaway Co. R-V | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/31/2022)
The Northeast Nodaway School District is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Qualifications for the position include: 60 hours of college credit preferred or have passed the Paraprofessional Assessment and successful completion of a background check. The qualified candidate should have have appropriate student engagement skills. NEN is an equal opportunity employer. The position will remain open until filled.

Troy R-III | 'Spanish Teacher' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (posted 8/31/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Spanish Teacher – Ninth Grade Center START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: To create a flexible instructional program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom; to motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge needed to ensure that effective learning occurs for each child, every day. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate in Spanish Education • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Marshall | 'Bookkeeper' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/30/2022)
Position: Bookkeeper Responsible To: Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent Qualifications: 1. Education level – Associates Degree preferred 2. Experience desired At least two (2) years of bookkeeping or accounting experience preferred. Possession of knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. Additional preparation and/or college work related to business or accounting preferred. 3. Other requirements – Must successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education. Excellent organizational skills, oral, and written skills, time management, good attendance record and telephone skills. Computer knowledge and the ability to communicate effectively. Good work attitude with a positive and pleasant disposition. Primary Responsibilities: To provide clerical assistance in any and all matters related, but not limited to: Payroll, accounts payable and human resources. JOB GOAL: To execute payroll, paying bills, audits, payroll entry, and assisting with annual audits in alignment with district policies and procedures. Term Of Employment: 12 months as per school board policy Compensation: As approved by the Marshall Board of Education Paid Time Off (PTO): In accordance with the district adopted paid holiday schedule Evaluation: Will be evaluated annually by Superintendent, or other supervisors as approved by the Board of Education

Madison C-3 | 'PK-12 Music/Band Teacher' | 'Elementary Vocal Music' -- (revised 9/8/2022)
The Madison C-3 School District is accepting applications for a PK-12 Music/Band Teacher for the 2023-24 school year. Interested applicants should contact Principal Josh Klusmeyer at 660-291-4515 or at jklusmeyer@madison.k12.mo.us The proper application is located on our website, www.madison.k12.mo.us. Please email materials to jklusmeyer@madison.k12.mo.us (preferred). You may also mail materials to 309 S. Thomas Street Madison, MO 65263. Extra duty positions may be available. $35,000 base salary plus Teacher Baseline Salary Grant (when available) Four-Day Week, Pk-12 Enrollment: 186 Students The position will remain open until filled.

Madison C-3 | 'JH/HS Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 9/8/2022)
The Madison C-3 School District is accepting applications for a Science/Biology Teacher for the 2023-24 school year. Interested applicants should contact Principal Josh Klusmeyer at 660-291-4515 or at jklusmeyer@madison.k12.mo.us The proper application is located on our website, www.madison.k12.mo.us. Please email materials to jklusmeyer@madison.k12.mo.us (preferred). You may also mail materials to 309 S. Thomas Street Madison, MO 65263. The position will remain open until filled. Extra duty positions may be available $35,000 base salary plus Teacher Baseline Salary Grant (when available) Four-Day Week, Pk-12 Enrollment: 186 Students This position will remain open until filled.

Phelps Co. R-III | 'Full-Time Bus Driver' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/30/2022)
The Phelps County R-III School District (Edgar Springs) is seeking applicants for a bus driver. This position is approximately 20 hours per week (Tuesday through Friday) and offers health insurance, life insurance, and retirement. Applications are available below or may be picked up at the school office. For additional information, please email Bob Cottengim at bcottengim@pcr3.k12.mo.us or call 573-435-6293.

Strafford R-VI | 'Certified Elementary Interventionist ' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 8/30/2022)
Strafford R-VI Schools is seeking student-centered, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable teaching candidates for an Academic Intervention Teacher for the 2022 – 2023 school year. The successful candidate will maintain high expectations for student performance, provide engaging instruction and activities, and use strategies to encourage positive behavior in classroom management. The candidate will: - Create a flexible instructional program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth -Establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom -Motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge needed to ensure that effective learning occurs for each student, every day - Collaborate with classroom teachers regularly to provide support This position may provide social emotional support and instruction to assigned students Strafford Public Schools is committed to adult learning, meaningful collaboration among team members, and exceptional job satisfaction. Requirements for this position include a minimum of a Bachelor's degree with appropriate MO Elementary certification. Interested applicants should visit (www.straffordschools.net) to complete an application and submit required materials. The position will remain open until filled. Strafford R-VI School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Golden City R-III | 'Parents as Teachers Educator' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/30/2022)
The Golden City R-III School District is accepting applications for a Parents as Teacher Educator for the 2022-2023 school year. 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.

North Shelby | 'Evening Custodian' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/30/2022)
North Shelby will be accepting applications for a evening custodian (hours 3:00pm-7:00pm) for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants may call the district at 573-633-2410 for more information and to request an application. The support staff application can also be found on the district's website under the Human Resources tab. This position will remain open until filled.

Maryville R-II | 'Teacher - Reading Interventionist' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/29/2022)
Part-time reading interventionist at Maryville Middle School, Maryville, MO

Charleston R-I | 'Superintendent' | 'Superintendent' -- (revised 8/26/2022)
Charleston R-I Schools invites candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools due to the retirement of the current Superintendent. APPLICATION GUIDELINES: An application may be submitted via the Charleston R-I School District website: https://www.charlestonbluejays.org/apply/ Applicants should return: • Completed application form. • Letter of application (directed to the Charleston R-I Board of Education). Include reasons for interest in the position and a description of significant accomplishments of the past few years. • Current resume (include name, title, address and phone numbers of five persons who will serve as references). • Copies of college/university transcripts or current placement files. • Evidence of Missouri Superintendent’s Certification or eligibility thereof. • Any other supporting documents that would enhance the application file. GUIDELINE DATES: The Board of Education has set the following guideline dates: • Application DUE: September 30, 2022 • Contract to Begin: July 1, 2023 POSITION INFORMATION: • Salary range: Commensurate with experience and level of education • Initial contract: Based on experience • Administrative experience required • Superintendent Certificate or Proof of Eligibility required DISTRICT INFORMATION: • Assessed Valuation: $99,150,530 • Tax Levy: $3.0540 (Including debt service) • Certified Staff: 65 • Support Staff: 54 • Administration: 6 • Enrollment (PreK-12): 792 • Fund Balance: 30% Reserves THE SCHOOL BOARD: • Evin Burke, Board President, 4/25 • Angie Duenne, Vice President, 4/23 • Preston Moore, Board Member, 4/23 • Matthew Morrow, Board Member, 4/23 • Portia Zellars, Board Member, 4/24 • Hamil Corse, Board Member, 4/24 • Cade Coon, Board Member, 4/25 For more information about the District, visit: www.charlestonbluejays.org/apply/ For Information and Application Materials Contact: Summer Babb, Board Secretary Charleston R-I Central Office 311 E. Tom Brown St. / P.O. Box 39 Charleston, MO 63834 Phone: 573-683-3776 Fax: 573-683-2909 Email: sbabb@charleston.k12.mo.us https://www.charlestonbluejays.org/ A Product of Charleston R-I Central Office: Charleston R-I School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that fully and actively supports equal access for all qualified applicants. Full disclosure and more at: charlestonbluejays.org/apply/

Bolivar R-I | 'Preschool Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 8/26/2022)
To apply please visit the Bolivar R-1 School District Job Listing Website. https://bolivar.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Bolivar R-I | 'Preschool Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 8/26/2022)
To apply please visit the Bolivar R-1 School District Job Listing Website. https://bolivar.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Harrisonville Cass R-IX School District | 'District Hardware/Software Specialist ' | 'Technology' -- (posted 8/25/2022)
The Harrisonville Cass R-IX School District is looking for a district hardware/software specialist.

Willard Public Schools | 'Executive Director of Business and Finance' | 'Administration' -- (revised 8/25/2022)
Position:   Executive Director of Business and Finance Qualifications:   Education Level:  Bachelor’s Degree required. Business, Finance, Accounting or other related field preferred. Certification:  None required Experience desired:  Minimum of 5 years experience in accounting and finance. School Finance and School Information System experience preferred. Other Requirements:  Must successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the Board of Education, must also provide evidence of experience, maturity and leadership abilities in Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).  Strong attendance and initiative is encouraged.  Should be proficient in 10 key operations and display a high level  of the ability to multitask. Confidentiality is a priority.       General Summary:  This position provides assistance to the Superintendent and Board of Education on all financial aspects and human resources functions of the District.  Budget preparation (under the direction of the Superintendent), school business operations and oversight of district accounting policies and practices are essential to this position. Strict adherence to deadlines is necessary to perform this job effectively. In this fast-paced environment  flexibility and strong organizational skills are essential.   It is equally important to be goal driven and maintain a high level of professionalism while adhering to Board policy.     Performance Responsibilities:   Assists Superintendent with Budget preparation, budget message, budget forecasting and district accounting principles in accordance with MO DESE Financial manual Assist with hiring, supervise and evaluate school business personnel, to include; Accounts payable, Payroll, Human resources, Core Data and administrative assistants Ensure business and finance operations for the district are conducted in a legal and professional manner Oversee and monitor school business operations including, but not limited to, Annual Secretary of the Board Report (ASBR), annual audit, assessed valuation and how it relates to local tax calculations, setting the annual tax levy, state funding formula calculations, investments, fund balances, MO Direct Deposit Program (MDDP), federal and state grants and district budget Develop short and long-range financial plans. Oversee employee benefits committee Oversee hiring and interviewing processes to include background checks, pay rates, job descriptions and job postings Provide assistance to building level administration and clerical staff as it relates to school business operations Work in conjunction with bond counsel and Investment Bankers on new bond issues and refinancing of old bonds Track and maintain all bond money expenditures, including detail records for bond and other building projects Gather and prepare all information for annual MUSIC Insurance renewal.  Correspond with MUSIC and Arthur J. Gallagher as necessary regarding property claims, liability insurance and renewal Attend all Administrative, board, committee and organizational meetings as necessary and directed Remain abreast of developments as they pertain to school business and apply to district operations as necessary Monitor software needs and updates for district  programs as needed  Oversee and evaluate the classified staff at District Office and other personnel as directed Oversee District Office, general office operations, i.e. hours, scheduled work times/calendar, customer service, meeting and communications Provide support and oversight for various district departments, to include food service, operations and administration as needed.   Oversee and / or direct inservices for clerical staff as needed Provide guidance and support to Payroll, Human Resources, Accounts Payable and District Office functions Review and revise certified and classified employee handbooks on a yearly basis Must have the ability to make presentations to the Board of Education as well as other employee groups in a public setting. Must be able to type at an acceptable rate with good grammatical structure. Display excellent communication and organizational skills Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google programs Produce documents accurately and efficiently and provide leadership experience in finance related areas Assist staff with password management for district software programs and time tracking Gather and report COC salary information to COC districts Provide guidance for resolutions to various district/employee concerns  Oversee bidding process for auditing and banking firms  Manage and monitor state and federal grants as assigned Provide assistance related to school bond issues i.e. tracking costs and investing Serve as District Treasurer  Other duties as assigned  Preference given to applications submitted by September 9th. 

Keytesville R-III | 'K12 Music Band' | 'Music- Instrumental' -- (posted 8/25/2022)
The Keytesville R-III School District is looking for a K-12 Band/Music Teacher for the 2023-24 school year. We offer small class sizes, a 4-day school week, a salary schedule beginning at $36,350 Resume, cover letter, and transcripts can be sent to Dan Kruse at krused@keytesville.k12.mo.us or by mail to 27247 Hwy 5 Keytesville, MO 65261. Applicants can call 660-288-3767. Position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

Woodland R-IV | 'Maintenance / Physical Plant Supervisor' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/24/2022)
The Woodland R-IV School District is accepting applications for the position of Maintenance / Physical Plant Supervisor. Applications are available on line at our website: www.wsdr4.net. Interested applicants should complete the online application form. The position will remain open until filled. The Woodland R-IV School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sex orientation or perceived sex orientation.

Palmyra R-I | '5th Grade English Language Arts' | 'Language Arts' -- (posted 8/24/2022)
The Palmyra R-1 School District is seeking a full-time 5th Grade English Language Arts Teacher for the 2022-23 school year. This position will start October 3rd. The successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of the content area, research-based instructional strategies, and technology, as well as possess strong communication and collaboration skills. The successful candidate(s) will also be able to interpret and utilize data to support curriculum decisions and determine effectiveness of instruction. All qualified candidates must hold a Missouri teacher certification and possess 5-9 Language Arts certification. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City | 'PE Teacher' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 8/23/2022)
St. Martin Catholic School has an opening for a full-time PE Teacher. A successful candidate is a practicing Catholic in good standing who can minister to students regardless of subject area or a teacher who, consistent with the Mission of St. Martin School, promotes and teaches the Catholic faith as reasonably determined by the principal. Applicants should hold the appropriate Missouri teaching certification, or its equivalent.

Shell Knob 78 | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (posted 8/23/2022)
Shell Knob Elementary School is seeking a highly motivated individual for the position of special education paraprofessional. Qualified candidate must have 60 college credit hours or passed the Para Pro Assessment. The successful candidate must: 1.Be organized 2.Have a passion to serve special education students. 3.Assist in supporting students with special education needs. 4.Assist in data collection, as directed by supervising teacher. Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application to: Ethan Farr, Asst. Principal (417) 858-6743 ext. 204 efarr@shellknob78.com Shell Knob School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Fordland R-III | 'Paraprofessional Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 8/23/2022)
Position: 1:1 Special Education Paraprofessional General Summary: The Fordland R-III school district is seeking a qualified candidate for the full-time position of a 1:1 Paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. This is a personal para position, so teaching certification is not required. Previous experience is preferred, but not a prerequisite. 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. Paraprofessionals assist the classroom teacher with the delivery of instructional services to students. A personal aide also provides non-instructional services to students necessary for the student to access the district’s facilities and programs. These services may include ambulatory, eating, and toileting assistance. Student success is the key focus of the Fordland R-III School District. Interested applicants should submit the following documentation: letter of interest, resume, transcript, letters of reference, a copy of certificate(s), and completed Fordland Application. Performance Responsibilities: Assist in the organization environment to promote learning Assist in the management of individual behavior Assist in the management of individual learning Accept direction from supervisors (including the supervising teacher) Willingness to assist students with disabilities with toileting skills, as needed Willingness to assist students with disabilities with eating, as needed Conducts themselves in a professional manner when dealing with students, immediate teacher/supervisor(s), and other faculty members Must complete in-service hours in accordance with the Missouri State Plan for Special Education. The district will provide these hours. Understands and abides by confidentiality mandates Work assignments are specific to the student being served Communicates information to the teacher regarding student behavior Promotes maximum student involvement in instructional activities Performs other tasks and assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor or Superintendent. Type of Position: Hourly, Non-Certified Reports To: Director of Student Services, Principal, Lead Teacher Evaluated By: Supervisory Special Services Teacher, Principal, and Director of Student Services

St. Elizabeth R-IV | 'Assistant Basketball Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 8/22/2022)
The St. Elizabeth R-4 School District is seeking an assistant Boys Basketball Coach for the 2022-2023 School year. Background check required; please email Mrs. Sheila Heckemeyer, Athletic Director sheila@ste.k12.mo.us with the district’s non-certificated application and sports resume attached.

Maysville R-I | 'Varsity Assistant Girls Basketball' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/20/2022)
2022-2023 School Year Starting Salary: This is a stipend position. Assistant Coach will be placed within the salary range based upon experience and credentials. Description: The assistant coach shall be responsible for assisting the head coach in planning, managing and directing the entire 9-12 Girls Basketball program. Specific shall include, but are not limited to the following tasks: Coaching the girls high school basketball team. Assisting with all aspects of the program including practicing, competing, providing off-season improvement opportunities to include strength and conditioning and full usage of contact days Marketing and promoting the Girls basketball program. Coaching, guiding, and providing feedback to student athletes. Assisting with managing a fiscally sound budget. Assisting with monitoring class schedules, grades and student-athlete academic progress, and intervening where appropriate. Apply at https://maysville.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Mansfield R-IV | 'Superintendent' | 'Superintendent' -- (posted 8/18/2022)
The Mansfield School District will be seeking a superintendent for the 2023-2024 school year, the start date being July 1, 2023. Mansfield is a community in Southwest Missouri, located fifty miles east of Springfield, MO on highway 60. The district is within the Mansfield city limits at 316 W. Ohio and serves students from Wright and Douglas counties. The district is a member of the Summit conference and maintains a longstanding reputation for excellence. The district has a strong financial standing, serves 624 students, enjoys well-maintained facilities, is blessed with an experienced and dedicated staff and supportive community. Position Information: Salary range is negotiable based upon experience, multiple year contract, Superintendent Certification is required and district residency would be encouraged. Central Office Experience Preferred and preference will be given towards experience and references.

Twin Rivers R-X | 'Special Education Companion Aide' | 'Other' -- (posted 8/17/2022)
Twin Rivers R-10 School District Job Openings 22-23 School Year Companion Aide Requirements: 60 college hours, Associate Degree, or passed State Paraprofessional Assessment If you have questions or to express interest contact: Tracie Austin at 573-328-1195 Applications are available at the Administration Office or at www.tr10.us Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Twin Rivers R-10 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Twin Rivers R-X | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 8/17/2022)
Twin Rivers R-10 School District Job Opening 2022-2023 School Year Special Education Teacher Requirements: Missouri Certification in Special Education K-12 If you have questions or to express interest contact: Tracie Austin at 573-328-1195 Applications are available at the Administration Office or at www.tr10.us Applications will be accepted until position filled.

Perry Co. 32 | 'High School Secondary Teacher' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 8/17/2022)
Perry County School District No. 32 is seeking a High School Secondary Teacher (Alternative At-Risk Students) for the 2022-2023 school year.

Zalma R-V | 'Bus Driver' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/17/2022)
Zalma R-5 is in need of a bus driver for the 2022-2023 school year. Bus driver license is required along with an up to date background check.

Hartville R-II | 'High School Track Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 8/17/2022)
Hartville High School is requesting applications for the position of High School Track Coach for the 2022-23 school year.

Higbee R-VIII | 'Elementary Paraprofessional' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 8/16/2022)
Higbee Elementary is looking for a motivated individual to serve in the role of a Title I Reading Paraprofessional. This position will work closely with the Title I reading teacher and other elementary teachers to provide necessary instruction to our elementary students. If interested, please submit an application on the Higbee School website under the employment tab. If you have any questions about this position, please contact Tanner Burton at (660) 456-7206 or tburton@higbeeschool.com.

Laquey R-V | 'Substitute Nurse' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/15/2022)
Hold current Missouri State License as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Pratical Nurse Current Certification in CPR Excellent communication skils Knowledge of current practices for common childhood illnesses and chronic diseases: asthma management, diabetes, insulin pen and pumps, seizure management. Ability to perform skilled nursing care such as catheterization, suctioning, gastrostomy tube feedings, insulin administration, insulin pump skills and nebulizer treatments Computer skills Responsibilities: 1. Administers medications and treatments as ordered. 2. Provides care for student and staff illness and accidents. 3. Administers care based on individual health care plans and individual emergency care plans. 4. Serves as liaison between the home and the school regarding student health concerns. 5. Documents all encounters in the Electronic Health Record. 6. Follows communicable disease control procedures and informs administration and/or parents regarding school exclusion and readmission. If interested please contact Mr Kent Stoumbaugh, kstoumbaugh@laqueyhornets.us. Please apply via the district website https://laqueyschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Joplin Schools | 'High School JROTC Instructor' | 'ROTC' -- (posted 8/13/2022)
Position: High School JROTC Instructor Term: Full-time Classification: Certified Location: Joplin High School Qualifications: Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate; Certified by US Army Cadet Command; Retired United States Army Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO), Supervisory: No Reports to: Principal Joplin Schools is looking for a qualified, professional non-commissioned officer (NCO) to teach JROTC. The ideal candidate should demonstrate a high level of enthusiasm, be able to communicate effectively with students and parents, work well as a team member, and understand the importance of a high-level of academic achievement. General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Become familiar with, enforce, and follow all applicable Board policies and regulations, administrative procedures, other directions given by district administrators and supervisors, and state and federal laws. Properly supervise students at all times, if applicable to essential job functions. Obey all safety rules, including rules protecting the safety and welfare of students. Care for, properly use, and protect school property. Maintain courteous and professional relationships with students, parents/guardians, other district employees and the public. Communicate effectively with supervisors, department staff, all members of the school district, and community as required. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Complies with privacy rights and safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information pertaining to staff and students. Reacts to change productively and receive and transmit constructive criticism as it relates to job duties. Actively participate in professional development and obtain skills and information necessary to effectively perform job duties. Conduct all official business in a professional and timely manner, utilizing district technology resources. Arrive to work and leave work at the time specified by supervisors and attend all required meetings pertinent to the position. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes as required by law and Board policy. Solve practical problems utilizing math functions as needed to complete job duties. Read and interpret documents such as work orders, safety rules, and handbooks and apply to job duties. Essential Functions: Manage and conduct the JROTC unit in accordance with Department of Defense and School District rules, regulations, and policies Advise school authorities on policy and regulation changes Maintain good relations with school authorities, faculty, and the student body Conduct a public affairs effort in the local area middle and elementary schools, among school and community officials, civic groups, parent-teacher groups and other individuals or groups, designed to further the understanding of JROTC, the school and the Army Enroll students in JROTC and support school officials while executing the curriculum and the integrated extra-curricular activities. Prepare weekly training schedules Maintain contact with parents of all Cadets experiencing academic or behavioral problems Ensure JROTC unit areas are neat and orderly; current chain of command photos, Cadet creed, core abilities and mission statement are present; and all sensitive items are secured Maintain a current copy of DA Form 3126 and/or DA Form 3126-1, a completed service learning checklist/rubric, a current copy of a bond/insurance certificate, and required JUMS reports Maintain accountability of all equipment, including items requiring formal accountability, informal accountability (i.e., clothing), and durable items (i.e., automation, computers, audiovisual), but still requiring property accountability 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 work environment is consistent with a typical classroom environment. 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.

Livingston Co. R-III | 'Support Staff' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/13/2022)
The Livingston County R-III School District is looking to hire a part time, non certified, support staff position to perform a multitude of duties. This position is for one day a week only. Pay is dependent on experience. To apply go to: http://www.chulaschool.org/employment-opportunties.html

Ozark R-VI | 'Teacher-9th Grade PE' | 'Physical Education' -- (posted 8/12/2022)
OZARK R-VI SCHOOLS JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE:  TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS: 1.  Baccalaureate Degree in Education 2.  Appropriate certification in their teaching field  3.  Ability to communicate effectively 4.  Basic Technological Skills REPORTS TO:  Building Principal   JOB GOAL:  To provide students of the Ozark R-VI District with educational instruction which will foster and accelerate their intellectual, physical, social and career development.   PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.   Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.   2.   Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.  3.   Assists in assessing changing curricular needs and offers plans for improvement.  4.   Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures including electronic formats.  5.   Provides a positive environment in which students are encouraged to be actively engaged in the learning process.  6.   Communicates effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, parents, and other professionals on a regular basis.  7.   Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  8.   Models professional and ethical standards as directed in board policy when dealing with students, parents, peers, and community.  9.   Ensures that student growth and achievement is continuous and appropriate for age group, subject area, and/or program classification.  10. Establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships with students, parents, and school staff.  11. Participates in training opportunities as established by building principal.  12. Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: following meeting protocol, honoring schedules, meeting collaborative assignment deadlines.  13. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by their supervisor. All work responsibilities are subject to having performance goals and/or targets established as part of the teacher evaluation process.   PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Ability to move around in the instructional area TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:  Base annual contract of nine months as per approved school calendar; compensation as per adopted salary schedule. TYPE OF POSITION:  Exempt EVALUATION: All teachers will be evaluated annually by their building administrator APPROVED BY SCHOOL BOARD:   February 21, 2019

Monett R-I | 'Monett Middle School Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 8/12/2022)
Monett R-1 School District is seeking applicants for a Special Education Paraprofessional position at the Monett Middle School for the 2022-2023 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. Candidates must have completed a minimum of 60 college credit hours or have successfully passed the ParaPro Assessment. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Jackson R-II | 'Coach - Asst Baseball' | 'High School' -- (posted 8/10/2022)
Please apply by going to the following website and selecting the Employment tab in the Quick Links section. https://www.jacksonr2schools.com/

Springfield R-XII | 'Board Certified Behavior Analyst' | 'Personnel Pupil Services' -- (posted 8/10/2022)
All interested applicants must apply through district website. https://spsmo.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx GENERAL PURPOSE This position is responsible for using the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to support students with disabilities. The behavior analyst will conduct functional behavior assessments, preference assessments, skills assessments, and other empirically validated assessments. The behavior analyst will develop behavior support programming targeted at both problem behavior reduction and skills acquisition. The behavior analyst will model program implementation, train staff to implement recommended programming with fluency, and monitor treatment fidelity. The behavior analyst will design data collection systems, graph, and analyze program data. The behavior analyst will utilize crisis prevention and crisis intervention skills and provide coaching to staff.

Joplin Schools | 'Instructional Support and Technology Integration Specialist' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/10/2022)
Position: Instructional Support and Technology Integration Specialist Term: Full-time/10 Months Classification: Certified/Exempt Location: Joplin High School Qualifications: Valid MO Teaching Certification, required; Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology or related field, preferred; Bachelor’s degree, required; 5 years successful teaching experience at the secondary level, preferred Supervisory: No Reports to: Building Principal General Expectations: Supports the mission of Joplin Schools. Supports the value of education. Become familiar with, enforce, and follow all applicable Board policies and regulations, administrative procedures, other directions given by district administrators and supervisors, and state and federal laws. Properly supervise students at all times, if applicable to essential job functions. Obey all safety rules, including rules protecting the safety and welfare of students. Care for, properly use, and protect school property. Maintain courteous and professional relationships with students, parents/guardians, other district employees and the public. Communicate effectively with supervisors, department staff, all members of the school district, and community as required. Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally. Complies with privacy rights and safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information pertaining to staff and students. Reacts to change productively and receive and transmit constructive criticism as it relates to job duties. Actively participate in professional development and obtain skills and information necessary to effectively perform job duties. Conduct all official business in a professional and timely manner, utilizing district technology resources. Arrive to work and leave work at the time specified by supervisors and attend all required meetings pertinent to the position. Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes as required by law and Board policy. Solve practical problems utilizing math functions as needed to complete job duties. Read and interpret documents such as work orders, safety rules, and handbooks and apply to job duties. Essential Functions: Work closely with classroom teacher in the development of lesson plans that encompass the use of technology Coordinates all activities surrounding the professional technological development of administrative staff members and faculty related to technology integration and the use of learning management systems. Utilizing computer software, including word processing, database, spreadsheet, web page development, presentation, digital video and other applications Staying up to date on new instructional technologies and their use in the classroom and a willingness to continue to learn additional instructional technologies Provide direct support to teachers, and observe, coaching and mentoring as needed Progress Learning Admin/Benchmark Coordinator including virtual & alternative learning programs Document manager for JHS Assist in the coordination of accreditation reviews Carry out all other duties as assigned. Physical Demands While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, talk, and hear. The employee frequently is required to stand or sit. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and depth perception. The employee must be able to lift 25 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 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.

Perry Co. 32 | 'High School ISS Teacher' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 8/10/2022)
Perry County School District No. 32 is seeking a High School ISS Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Gainesville R-V | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (posted 8/10/2022)
The Gainesville School District is accepting applications for a Paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must have 60 college hours and previous experience is preferred. Interested applicants may apply online at gainesvillebulldogs.com. Please contact Erin Swofford, Elementary Principal at eswofford@gainesville.k12.mo.us or at 417-679-4416 for questions.

Wheatland R-II | 'ISS Instructor/Substitute Teacher' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/9/2022)
Wheatland R-2 has an opening for an ISS Instructor/Substitute Teacher. On days there is no ISS, this person will be used as a building substitute. There are possibilities of coaching to go along with the position if interested. It is a full-time position which offers full benefits.

Lutie R-VI | 'Music Teacher K-12' | 'Music- Vocal' -- (posted 8/8/2022)
The Lutie R-VI School District is seeking a qualified applicant either full or part time for a K-12 Music teaching position for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants are required to have a Missouri Certification or obtain one before August. Applicant must be able to create a learning environment where each student can learn and succeed to the best of their abilities; create working relationships with students, faculty, and parents. Lutie R-VI is located in Theodosia, Missouri, 10 miles north of the Arkansas border, right on the shores of Bull Shoals Lake and one hour east of Branson. Class sizes average twelve students per teacher. Cover Letters, resumes, and supporting documents may be emailed to: Scot Young,Superintendent at syoung@lutieschool.com Position open until filled.

Waynesville R-VI | 'Special Education Secondary Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (posted 8/8/2022)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking a Secondary Special education teacher-High School. All interested applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/.

Hamilton R-II | 'Elementary Paraprofessional ' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/8/2022)
The Hamilton R-2 School District is accepting applications for an elementary school paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. The paraprofessional must have 60 hours of college credit or the ability to pass the Paraprofessional Assessment. Under the direction of the certified teacher, the paraprofessional assists the teacher in general daily classroom activities, helps special needs students, and cares for their physical, emotional health and safety. Hamilton R-2 School District is located on Hwy 36, 45 miles east of St. Joseph, Missouri. For inquiries, please contact principal Ashley Ford at 816-583-4811 or by email at aford@hamilton.k12.mo.us Applications can be found on the school webpage at: https://hamiltonmo.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Tarkio R-I | 'Social Worker/Behavior Interventionist (anticipated)' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/8/2022)
The Social Worker/Behavioral Interventionist shall have the responsibility for facilitating administrative processes; ensuring operation in compliance with county, state and/or federal requirements; providing information on services available to eligible students and families and conveying information regarding school and/or district activities; and referring students and families to other agencies. The Social Worker/Behavioral Interventionist shall also have the responsibility for providing support to the instructional program with specific responsibilities effecting positive behavioral change in students; providing referrals to families and/or students; and complying with mandated policies, regulations and/or procedures for students with serious behavioral needs.

Lamar R-I | 'Computer Teacher' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (posted 8/8/2022)
Lamar has an opening for Middle School Computer Applications Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Pettis Co. R-V | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (posted 8/5/2022)
Northwest Elementary has an opening for a paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. The first day of work is scheduled for August 18th or as soon as possible thereafter. The position is full-time with full benefits. Please contact elementary principal, Kelly Weathers, at kweathers@nwmustangs.org for additional information.

Troy R-III | 'Soccer Assistant Varsity Boys Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 8/5/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Assistant Varsity Boys Soccer – TBHS START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide assistance for each participant to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of sportsmanship and discipline and an increased level of self-esteem. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate in any content area • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Branson R-IV | 'Sixth Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 8/4/2022)
Applicant must have valid and appropriate Missouri certification.   Apply online at https://branson.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Troy R-III | 'Academic Intervention Teacher' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/4/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Academic Intervention Teacher – Troy Middle School START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: To create a flexible instructional program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom; to motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge needed to ensure that effective learning occurs for each student, every day. This position may provide social emotional support and instruction to assigned students. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate in content area • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Strafford R-VI | 'JH Assistant Baseball Coach' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 8/4/2022)
Strafford Middle School is currently seeking applicants for an Assistant Baseball Coach for the 2022-2023 school year.

Strafford R-VI | 'Assistant High School Baseball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 8/4/2022)
Strafford High school is currently seeking applicants for an Assistant Baseball coach for the 2022-2023 school year.

Mountain Grove R-III | 'Early Childhood Special Education Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 8/4/2022)
The Mountain Grove R-III School District is seeking applications for an early childhood special education teacher for the 2022-23 school year to work with students who have a range of disabilities in the preschool setting. The position supports students within the preschool classroom as well as provides direct specialized instruction for small groups and individuals at scheduled times. Individuals must develop and implement Individual Education Plans (IEP) and establish effective relationships with parents and students. Applicants must have ECSE certification or be willing to obtain acceptable certification to be eligible for consideration for employment. Interested persons should submit the district application, with letter of interest, and resume to Mountain Grove R-III Schools, Attn: Dr. Shawna Gruben, Special Programs Director, 207 East 5th Street, Mountain Grove, MO 65711.

Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City | 'After-Care Supervisor' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 8/4/2022)
St. Peter School in Fulton has an opening for a part-time After Care Supervisor. A successful candidate is a practicing Catholic in good standing who can minister to students regardless of subject area or a teacher who, consistent with the Mission of St. Peter School School, promotes and teaches the Catholic faith as reasonably determined by the principal.

Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City | 'General Music/Band Director' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/23/2022)
St. Martin Catholic School is seeking a part-time or full-time general music/band director. This teacher will teach vocal music to grades Preschool to eighth and instrumental music to grades sixth thru eighth. The position also has the opportunity to work with the Helias Catholic High School band program. A successful candidate is a practicing Catholic in good standing who can minister to students regardless of subject area or a teacher who, consistent with the Mission of St. Martin School, promotes and teaches the Catholic faith as reasonably determined by the principal. Applicants should hold the appropriate Missouri teaching certification, or its equivalent.

Richland R-IV | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 8/4/2022)
The Richland R-IV School District is currently accepting applications for an elementary teaching position for the 2022-23 school year. Qualifications: Applicant must hold a valid Missouri Teaching Certificate Job Requirements: The ideal candidate will demonstrate a variety of instructional strategies, create an optimum learning environment for the students, and will possess the ability to work successfully as a team toward achieving school goals. Applicants must demonstrate effective classroom management and knowledge of standards based grading practices. Applicants must also have knowledge of and/or desire to learn research-based instructional strategies, including effective use of technology in the classroom and a willingness to implement small, flexible groups in ELA and math Interested candidates should submit an application by using the following website: www.richlandbears.us and clicking on human resources and then on employment opportunities.

Platte Co. R-III | 'High School English Language Arts' | 'English' -- (posted 8/3/2022)
To see the job description and to apply please visit our website: plattecountyschooldistrict.com, Careers, Current Openings

Knob Noster R-VIII | 'Elementary School Teacher (Immediate Opening)' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 8/3/2022)
Knob Noster Public Schools is seeking dynamic individuals to serve as Elementary Teachers 1-5 (grade level and building to be assigned) for the 2022-2023 school year. The successful candidate will demonstrate diverse professional knowledge, a vision of excellence, a student-centered focus, and a positive, team-oriented attitude. Interested, qualified candidates should apply online at www.knobnoster.k12.mo.us. A competitive compensation package commensurate with experience and credentials will be offered. This position will remain open until all positions are filled. Knob Noster Public Schools - Our Mission Is Student Success!

Sparta R-III | 'Girls Golf Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 8/1/2022)
The Sparta School District is accepting applications for Head High School Golf Coach for the 2022-23 school year.   Applicants should direct questions to Athletic Director, Emily Winkle at ewinkle@sparta.k12.mo.us. Please apply online at district website sparta.k12.mo.us

Scott City R-I | 'Special Education Assistant' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 8/1/2022)
he Scott City R-1 School District is seeking qualified applicants for full time special education classroom assistants and/or personal assistants. 60+ college hours required or willingness to complete 20 hours of online training through DESE in order to obtain a substitute teacher certificate. All school positions require an individual to pass a background check. Please contact Marcia Daniels by email at danielsm@scr1.org for an application or request an application by phone at 573-264-2131. Job open until filled. Equal opportunity employer.

Monett R-I | 'Middle School Special Education Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (posted 8/1/2022)
The Monett R-1 School District is seeking applications for a full-time special education teacher at Monett Middle School for the 2022/2023 school year. In order to be considered highly qualified, both regular and special education certification are required. Salary is based on the board approved salary schedule, a stipend for special education, and benefits. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Dexter R-XI | '3rd Grade Upper Elementary' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 7/30/2022)
The Dexter R-XI School District has an opening for a full time Elementary Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Teaching assignment would be for a 3rd Grade position at Central Elementary School. Applicants should have appropriate certification for a this elementary position. Teacher base pay is currently $34,700 and salary is based upon years of experience and education. This is a 178-day contracted position with employee Board-paid insurance and benefits. Additional information about the district can be found at www.dexter.k12.mo.us. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Please go to the Dexter website to apply online. Dexter.k12.mo.us The Dexter School District considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, genetic information, marital status, pregnancy, sex, exercise of FMLA rights or disability, educational programs or activities, and as required by the Immigration Reform Control Act, hires only American Citizens and aliens who are authorized to work in the United States. All candidates will be considered on the basis of qualifications, training, experience, and the ability to perform the requirements of the position. (Applications are kept on file for 2 years.)

Raymore-Peculiar R-II | '6th Grade English Language Arts-Middle School' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 7/29/2022)
If you have the right qualifications and are interested in applying for the position, please complete the application process on the District website https://www.raypec.org/o/rpsd/page/work-for-ray-pec The Raymore-Peculiar School District is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Middle School 6th Grade Teacher.  Qualifications:   Missouri Teaching Certification - Elementary Education 1-6 or English Language Arts Grades 5-9       

Raymore-Peculiar R-II | 'Elementary Teacher - 6th Grade' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 7/29/2022)
If you have the right qualifications and are interested in applying for the position, please complete the application process on the District website - https://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/o/rpsd/page/work-for-ray-pec The Raymore-Peculiar School District is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of 6th Grade Teacher. Qualifications:   Missouri Certification - Elementary Education or Middle School 5-9

Sullivan School District | '5th Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
The Sullivan School District is seeking a 5th Grade Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. For additional details and to apply for this position please visit; https://eagles.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'MS/HS Archery Coaches' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-6 School District has positions open for both a head and an assistant middle/high school archery coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, teaching license if they possess, and letters of recommendation to: ederossett@phr6.org Eric DeRossett PHR6 Athletic Director Pleasant Hope R-6 Schools 303 N. Main Pleasant Hope MO 65725

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Middle School Track Assistant Coach' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-6 School District has a position open for an assistant middle school track coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, teaching license if they possess, and letters of recommendation to: ederossett@phr6.org Eric DeRossett PHR6 Athletic Director Pleasant Hope R-6 Schools 303 N. Main Pleasant Hope MO 65725

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'High School Assistant Softball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-6 School District has a position open for an assistant high school girls softball coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, teaching license if they possess, and letters of recommendation to: ederossett@phr6.org Eric DeRossett PHR6 Athletic Director Pleasant Hope R-6 Schools 303 N. Main Pleasant Hope MO 65725

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'High School Assistant Boys Basketball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-6 School District has a position open for an assistant high school boys basketball coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, teaching license if they possess, and letters of recommendation to: ederossett@phr6.org Eric DeRossett PHR6 Athletic Director Pleasant Hope R-6 Schools 303 N. Main Pleasant Hope MO 65725

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Middle School Girls Basketball Coaches' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-6 School District has positions open for both a head and an assistant middle school girls basketball coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, teaching license if they possess, and letters of recommendation to: ederossett@phr6.org Eric DeRossett PHR6 Athletic Director Pleasant Hope R-6 Schools 303 N. Main Pleasant Hope MO 65725

Savannah R-III | 'Middle School Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (posted 7/28/2022)
Please go to www.savannahr3.com, click on menu and Work For Us, for job description and application.

Poplar Bluff R-I | 'A+/DISTANT EDUCATION COORDINATOR (PART-TIME)' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 7/27/2022)
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION YOU MUST COMPLETE AN ONLINE APPLICATION ON THE DISTRICT WEBSITE AT: www.poplarbluffschools.net

Raymore-Peculiar R-II | 'Elementary Teacher-3rd Grade' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (revised 8/1/2022)
If you have the right qualifications and are interested in applying for the position, please complete the application process on the District website - https://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/o/rpsd/page/work-for-ray-pec The Raymore-Peculiar School District is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Elementary Teacher. Qualifications:   Missouri Certification - Elementary Education 

Sedalia School District 200 | 'Paraprofessional Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 7/26/2022)
Paraprofessional Special Education and Paraprofessional Early Childhood for the 22-23 school year. Multiple positions available. To be considered you must apply online on our district's website at sedalia200.org. Salary dependent on education and experience. Benefits available. 

Dadeville R-II | 'Special Education Aide' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 7/26/2022)
Dadeville School is looking for a part time aide for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Cassy Farmer at cfarmer@dadeville.k12.mo.us The position posting will be open until filled.

Woodland R-IV | 'High School Band Teacher' | 'Music- Instrumental' -- (posted 7/25/2022)
The Woodland R-IV School District is accepting applications for the position of High School Band Teacher (9-12). Applications are available on line at our website: www.wsdr4.net. Interested applicants should complete the online application form. The position will remain open until filled. The Woodland R-IV School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sex orientation or perceived sex orientation.

Waynesville R-VI | 'Assistant Softball Coach - Middle School' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 7/25/2022)
The Waynesville R-VI School District is currently seeking an Assistant Softball Coach - Middle School.  All interested applicants must apply at https://www.applitrack.com/waynesville/onlineapp/

Higbee R-VIII | 'Varsity Boys Basketball Assistant Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (posted 7/25/2022)
Higbee R-VIII has an anticipated opening for a varsity boys basketball assistant coach for the upcoming 2022-2023 season. Currently, there are no teaching positions available. Anyone interested must meet the MSHSAA requirements to be an assistant coach. Please contact principal Tanner Burton with questions at 660-456-7206 or TBurton@higbeeschool.com

Jamestown C-1 | 'Head Maintenance Position' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 7/25/2022)
Jamestown C-1 is seeking a qualified candidate for the head maintenance position for the district for the 2022-2023 school year. The application can be found on www.jamestown.k12.mo.us or contact Dr. Gretchen Guitard at 660-849-2141.

Marionville R-IX | 'Paraprofessional - Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 7/22/2022)
The Marionville R-9 School District is now accepting applications for the position of elementary special education paraprofessional. Successful candidates will apply online at www.marionville.us.

Hallsville R-IV | 'High School Math Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 7/21/2022)
The Hallsville School District is accepting applications for a high school math teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. This is a 9-month position with a 4-day school week and benefits.

Calo Programs at Lake of the Ozark | 'Special Education Director/Building Lead' | 'Special Ed Director' -- (revised 9/16/2022)
Calo has an opening for Special Education Director and Building Lead at our Lake Ozark, Missouri campus. Calo Program is a nationally recognized residential treatment center focused on developmental trauma and attachment treatment. We offer small class sizes, and the opportunity to interact with students outside of class. As Director of Special Education you will: Collaborate with the Academic Director to oversee activities and classes at the campus' intermediate school. Establish a culture for learning Participate in treatment team meetings with academic team Manage student behaviors Organize physical classroom space Collaborate with other departments to ensure IEP information is accurate Monitor compliance with special education processes and timelines across all programs.

Jamestown C-1 | 'Assistant Baseball Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 7/20/2022)
Jamestown C-1 is looking for a fall/spring assistant baseball coach for the 2022-23 school year. Please contact Dr. Gretchen Guitard at 660-849-2141 or find additional information on our website: www.jamestown.k12.mo.us

Green Forest R-II | '4th Grade Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 7/20/2022)
The Green Forest District is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of 4th Grade teacher. We are a rural K-8 district in Dent County, Missouri. Salary schedule and application can be found on our website (https://www.gfr2.k12.mo.us/). For additional information or questions please email Mr. Prugh at cprugh@gfr2.k12.mo.us or call 573-247-3113.

Springfield R-XII | 'Special Education Cross Categorical' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 7/19/2022)
All interested applicants must apply through the school website. https://spsmo.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Springfield R-XII | 'Math Educator - Cherokee Middle School' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 8/11/2022)
All interested applicants must apply through the school website. https://spsmo.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Springfield R-XII | 'K-12 Speech Pathologist - Special Education' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 8/11/2022)
All interested applicants must apply through the school website. https://spsmo.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Tipton R-VI | 'Special Education Teacher 4-8' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 7/19/2022)
Special Education Teachers are responsible for providing direct instruction to students and maintaining an environment conducive to learning for large and small groups, as well as individuals. Special Education Teaching Certification is required for this position. 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. Qualified Applicants should apply via TalentEd on the district website under “Job Opportunities” at www.tipton.k12.mo.us Applications received via Mo Teaching Jobs will not be accepted.

Niangua R-V | 'PK Para' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 7/18/2022)
Niangua R-V is looking for a fun-loving, highly motivated, nurturing individual to serve as a paraprofessional in the PK classroom. This highly structured environment serves pre-kindergarten students ages 3 and up Tuesday through Friday. Contract hours are 7:30-4:15. Student hours are 8-3:45. Salary depends on experience. Please, complete an online application at wwww.nianguaschools.com

Nevada R-V | 'Middle School Social Studies Teacher' | 'Social Studies' -- (revised 7/18/2022)
The Nevada R-5 School District is currently accepting certified applications for the position of Social Studies Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year at the Middle School level. 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: Valid Missouri teaching certificate for position assigned. FOR MORE INFORMATION: To be considered for this position, please submit completed certified staff application, college transcripts, three letters of reference and resume to: Nevada R-5 School District Position: Middle School Soc. Stud. Teacher 811 West Hickory Nevada, MO 64772 Phone: (417)448-2000

Adair Co. R-II | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 7/18/2022)
The Adair County R-II School District is currently accepting applications for the position of elementary paraprofessional.

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Elementary Counselor' | 'Counselor- Elementary' -- (revised 7/18/2022)
Elementary Counselor serving student K-8th grade.

Jamestown C-1 | 'Elementary Teacher' | 'Elementary Education (1-6)' -- (posted 7/18/2022)
Jamestown C-1 is seeking a qualified applicant for a second grade position for the 2022-2023 school year. Please contact Dr. Gretchen Guitard at 660-849-2141 or visit www.jamestown.k12.mo.us for more information.

Marshfield R-I | 'Certified Kindergarten Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (posted 7/15/2022)
Interested applicants MUST apply via our district website www.mjays.us to be eligible for interview/hire.

Special Learning Center | 'Physical Therapist' | 'Other' -- (revised 7/15/2022)
Part-time to Full-time PT to work in multiple work environments (school districts, ECSE, First Steps, outpatient). Work with therapists dedicated to professional growth and development. Provide progressive treatments. Work in state-of-the-art therapy center. Team approach to therapy.

Marion Co. R-II | 'Part-Time Ag Position' | 'Agriculture Education' -- (revised 7/14/2022)
The Marion County R-II School District is accepting applications for a 7-12 Part-Time Agriculture position for the 2022-2023 school year. Applications can be found at the following link: http://www.marion.k12.mo.us/employment Must include in your application package: 1. Cover letter 2. Resume 3. Completed Application 4. Copies of all certifications and transcripts 5. 3 letters of reference. Part Time Job Description – Secondary Agriculture Position (Marion Co R-II) FFA and Classroom Instruction (Minimum of Substitute Certificate Required) -Assist in local day agriculture classes -Prepare and evaluate teaching schedule, curriculum, and teaching calendars -Conduct field trips, both in and out of district -Strong presence in shop related curriculum, project based learning is a priority for Marion CO R-II -Use community members to further support curriculum if needed. -Oversee Supervised Agricultural Experience Program (SAE) -Visit students’ SAE projects once per semester and at least once during the summer, assist students in keeping SAE records, assist students in exhibiting livestock, crops and agricultural mechanics projects at fairs and shows . -Actively participate in local fair board meetings(monthly). -Assist students in coordinating FFA activities at the local, area, district, state and national levels -Prepare and train FFA and agriculture contest teams and entries -Assist students in preparing applications for proficiency awards, state and American Degrees, etc. -Assist students in conducting a public relations program for the local FFA chapter and agriculture department. - Complete and file required reports with the Department of Elementary and Secondary, participate in ongoing professional development activities

Knob Noster R-VIII | 'Bookkeeper / Superintendent's Secretary' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 7/14/2022)
SUMMARY: Serves as secretary to the superintendent. Takes accurate and comprehensive minutes of the Board of Education meetings. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties may be assigned. Superintendent Secretary: ● Public Liaison/Contact for Superintendent ● Answers telephone and gives information to callers or routes calls to appropriate officials. ● Helps sort, distribute, and deliver mail and other documents or shipments. ● Takes and transcribes dictation of various types for the Superintendent. ● Obtains, gathers, and organizes pertinent data as needed, and puts it into usable form. ● Maintains a regular filing system and processes incoming correspondence as instructed. ● Schedules and assists in organization of the superintendent's office. ● Prepares agenda and assembles materials for Board of Education meetings. ● Maintains Board materials books for Board of Education members and administrators. ● Maintains Board of Education Policy Manual ● Coordinates new and revised Board Policies through MSBA and distributes to appropriate staff. ● Reconciles payroll and accounts payable to the bank statements. ● Auditors Point of Contact ● Helps prepare materials for Impact Aid ● Cooperates with auditors and provides information to them as requested. ● Assembles service dates of employees. ● Meet and greet the public in a courteous manner. Bookkeeper: ● Obtains, gathers, and organizes pertinent data as needed and puts it into usable form. ● Maintains a regular filing system and processes incoming correspondence as instructed. ● Performs all bookkeeping tasks associated with the position. ● Prepares payroll records and documents and maintains all related files. ● Reports monthly to the Board of Education and the district’s Treasurer the amount for which warrants have been drawn for the current month and present a monthly balance sheet. ● Prepares all financial reports and works with the district auditor. ● Process orders for the school district. ● Prepares periodic deposits of receipts and maintains an appropriate amount of cash on hand. ● Operates office machines as needed. ● Regular and dependable attendance. ● Prepares and monitors ASBR. ● Assists Supt. in budget creation and monitoring. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 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, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school graduate or equivalent; experience with office machines and computers; reliable; able to handle confidential matters; communicate effectively with students, parents, staff, and social agencies; typing skills; computer literacy; flexible. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before patrons and staff. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent, and to draw and interpret bar graphs. OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Ability to pass a typing test at 55 words per minute. Demonstrated ability to operate a computer and related software. Ability to develop effective working relationships with staff and the school community. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to perform duties with awareness of all district requirements and Board of Education policies. PHYSICAL DEMANDS; 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 the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is almost continuously required to sit, talk, or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk and stand. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and continuously will repeat the same hand, arm, or finger motion many times as in typing. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The noise level in the work environment is acceptable to this particular environment. However, the noise level can vary depending upon daily activity but will still remain within the acceptable noise level range. The employee is continuously interacting with the public and staff. The employee frequently will be required to meet multiple demands from several people. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Position will remain open until filled.

Knob Noster R-VIII | 'Accounts Payable / Core Data' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 7/14/2022)
SUMMARY: Analyzing, collecting and entering data into the Missouri Core Data/MOSIS system required to determine the school district’s accreditation, attendance audit, and all other data required by the state of Missouri. Processes accounts payable and maintains associated vendor and invoice files for the District. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: other duties may be assigned. Accounts Payable: Monitors all purchase orders and expense vouchers to determine correctness of information, price extension, coding information, and other pertinent information. Receives and gets pay approval for all invoices to be paid in due time. Prepares, enters, and records disbursements of district budget funds. Maintains a regular filing system of all paid bills. Receives telephone calls as necessary. Maintains equipment. Cooperates with auditors and provides information to them as requested. Maintains vendor list on computer. Prepares and submits monthly food service claims to the State for reimbursement – SFSP, DESE, etc.. Prepares free and reduced reports to be distributed to appropriate personnel. Prepares SFSP, and DESE food service applications and various other forms, reports and applications including food service inspections. Performs annual verification audit. Provides information to the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent as needed. Provides information to DESE, SFSP, etc. for the three year CRE audit and numerous annual reports. Calculates meal costs annually. Trains staff for food service programs. Serves as Workers’ Comp claims coordinator. Prepares and mails workers’ compensation report of injury; maintains records. Prepares yearly workers’ compensation audit. Makes all deposits at the banks and posts to proper accounts Core Data: Expertise of SISK12 Student Information System. Responsible for analyzing, collecting and reporting all district data to the state of Missouri for six annual cycles of input for the Missouri Department of Education. Prepare and disseminate data collection forms for all buildings in the Knob Noster School District. Examine and correct district data for each cycle before submitting it to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Core Data System. Collaborate with district administrators analyzing data findings impacting district APR. Attend training, workshops and webinars related to Core Data/MOSIS. Completes registrations, reservations and subscriptions for administrators. Respond to a variety of inquiries from district personnel to resolve problems and provide information. Prepares a variety of written materials (e.g. plans, reports, analyses recommendations, procedures, needs assessments, etc..) for the purpose of documenting activities and issues, meeting compliance requirements, providing audit references, and/or providing support materials for requested purposes. Responsible for the collection, compilation, and input of descriptive statistics for the Knob Noster School District. Responds to edits provided via the web and/or through state reports. Provides notary public services for the district. Meet and greet the public in a courteous manner. Regular and dependable attendance. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 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, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school graduate or equivalent; experience with office machines and computers; reliable; able to handle confidential matters; communicate effectively with students, parents, staff, and social agencies; typing skills; computer literacy; flexible. Proficient in SISK12 Student Information System, Microsoft Office and Google Docs. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze and interpret various documents, journals and medical reports as they relate to the education of a student. Be able to communicate related information about a student. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 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 the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Some driving is required. Frequent writing is required. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The noise level in the work environment is usually relatively quiet. Position will remain open until filled.

Hardin-Central C-2 | 'Cook Position' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 7/14/2022)
Hardin-Central has an opening for a full-time cook position. Please contact the school with any questions at 660-398-4394. An application can be found on our website at www.hardin-central.org

Carthage R-IX | 'Teacher of Visually Impaired' | 'Blind/Partially Sighted' -- (posted 7/13/2022)
To apply please visit the Careers section of the Carthage R-9 School District website. www.carthagetigers.org

Gallatin R-V | 'FCCLA Chapter Sponsor ' | 'Other' -- (revised 8/24/2022)
Gallatin High School is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of FCCLA chapter sponsor for the 2023-24 school year. The FCCLA Sponsor will serve as a sponsor, resource person and supervisor to the FCCLA members as they plan and carry out meetings, activities and chapter projects. Other duties will also include: supervise membership enrollment, supervise election of officers, supervise FCCLA meetings, sponsor and supervise FCCLA members to district and state events, promote and supervise STAR events, supervise fundraising activities, supervise Chapter Goal Projects and/or school / community service projects. Applicants must possess Missouri Certification and pass a criminal background check. A completed application packet includes the following items: 1) A completed district application, 2) A current resume and letter of interest in the position, 3) A copy of all teaching certificates, 4) A copy of all college transcripts, and 5) A minimum of three (3) letters of reference. Completed application packets or specific questions regarding the position should be directed to Brent Burke, High School Principal at bburke@gallatin.k12.mo.us. To obtain an application, please visit our website at: http://www.gallatin.k12.mo.us under the “District” tab and then select “Employment”. Application deadline will be posted until the position is filled.

Gallatin R-V | 'FACS Teacher' | 'Family & Consumer Sciences' -- (revised 8/24/2022)
Gallatin High School is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of 8-12 Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Instructor for the 2023-24 school year due to a late resignation. The courses of instruction include family and consumer science, health, child development, nutrition and foods, current and future leaders, and entrepreneurship. Applicants must possess Missouri Certification and pass a criminal background check. A completed application packet includes the following items: 1) A completed district application, 2) A current resume and letter of interest in the position, 3) A copy of all teaching certificates, 4) A copy of all college transcripts, and 5) A minimum of three (3) letters of reference. Completed application packets or specific questions regarding the position should be directed to Brent Burke, High School Principal at bburke@gallatin.k12.mo.us. To obtain an application, please visit our website at: http://www.gallatin.k12.mo.us under the “District” tab and then select “Employment”. Application deadline will be posted until the position is filled.

Hardin-Central C-2 | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 7/12/2022)
The Hardin-Central C-2 School District is seeking applications for a Paraprofessional, starting for the 2022-2023 school year. Please fill out the application on our website. Please contact Austin Purvis, Principal at PO Box 548: Hardin, MO 64035 or email at apurvis@hardin-central.org. If you have any other questions or inquiries, please call (660) 398-4394. Position open until filled.

Troy R-III | 'Tennis Coach - Varsity Boys' | 'High School' -- (posted 7/12/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Varsity Boys Tennis Coach – Troy Buchanan High School START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide assistance for each participant to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of sportsmanship and discipline and an increased level of self-esteem. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Troy R-III | 'Varsity Asst Wrestling Coach' | 'High School' -- (posted 7/12/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Varsity Asst Wrestling Coach – Troy Buchanan High School START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide assistance for each participant to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of sportsmanship and discipline and an increased level of self-esteem. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Troy R-III | 'Alternative - Credit Recovery & Math ' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 7/12/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Alternative (Credit Recovery & Math) – New Horizons High School START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: General Credit Recovery/Success Courses with lower level math teaching capabilities (Consumer Math, Foundations of Algebra, Algebra I) To create a flexible instructional program and a class environment in an alternative school setting favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom; to motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge needed to ensure that effective learning occurs for each student, every day. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Secondary Missouri Teaching Certificate • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City | 'After School Care' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 7/12/2022)
IC After School Care is looking for adult team members to assist with supervision and activities during the school year. 2:45-5:30 daily. Additional hours may be required for early dismissal days. A successful candidate is a practicing Catholic in good standing who can minister to students regardless of subject area or a teacher who, consistent with the Mission of Immaculate Conception School, promotes and teaches the Catholic faith as reasonably determined by the principal.

Springfield Catholic Schools | 'English Teacher' | 'English' -- (posted 7/11/2022)
Springfield Catholic Schools System is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of English III & AP Teacher at Springfield Catholic High School. Our mission is to prepare students, with God's help to spread the Kingdom of God and to contribute to the world as responsible Christian citizens by providing a caring family environment where the Catholic faith is taught and modeled in an atmosphere of academic excellence. Springfield Catholic Schools System is made up of 3 elementary schools and 1 high school. The position begins on August 15, 2022 Requirements: VIRTUS certified (provided through SCS), a valid Teaching certificate. Practicing Catholic is preferred. Application procedure: go to scspk12.org, select "About" and then employment opportunities Please contact Mrs. Skahan 417-887-8817 or email at jskahan@scspk12.org

Moberly School District | 'Assistant Girls Basketball Coach (2022/23)' | 'High School' -- (revised 8/9/2022)
The Moberly School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Girls Basketball Coach for the 2022/23 school year at Moberly High School.    For more information or to apply, visit our website at https://moberly.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. To be considered, you MUST apply via our website. Submit a completed certified staff application, college transcripts, and resume. No other documents will be considered without the receipt of the completed application.

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'PHHS ELA/Health Teacher' | 'Secondary (9-12)' -- (posted 7/7/2022)
Pleasant Hope High School has an opening for a high school English Language Arts & Health Education Teacher. Pleasant Hope offers a 4-day school week (Tuesday-Friday), competitive salary, full health benefits, and a family-like working atmosphere. The successful candidate will have a valid Missouri 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 position will remain open until filled. Applicants should send the following materials to Mr. David Baker, Pleasant Hope High School Principal at 303 N. Main, Pleasant Hope, MO 65725 or via e-mail to dbaker@phr6.org: 1. Resume 2. Copy of Teaching Certificate 3. Copy of college transcripts 4. Pleasant Hope Certified Teacher Application (found on school website - https://www.phr6.org/page/pleasant-hop-school-district-employment) 5. Ancillary Materials (i.e. letters of reference, etc.) Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Gasconade Co. R-I School District | 'Middle School Girls Basketball Coach' | 'Middle School' -- (posted 7/7/2022)
Gasconade County R-1 (Hermann Schools) is seeking student-centered applicants for our Middle School Girls Basketball Coach. Candidates must have the ability to build a strong rapport with students, coaches, and the community. This position will provide mentorship and a culture of positivity, high expectations, and professionalism that will define our students now and in the future. As a coach, you will be part of a school that has a rich tradition of academic and athletic excellence. Our district focuses on teamwork and maximizing the potential of each student. The successful candidate will play an integral role in working collaboratively with fellow basketball coaches in MSHSAA approved athletic offerings. Experience with the rules, skills, and techniques of MSHSAA basketball is preferred but not required. Previous basketball coaching experience preferred, but not required. 60 hours of college credit is required; a teaching certificate is preferred but not required. Questions may be directed to Todd Anderson, Athletic Director at tanderson@hermann.k12.mo.us. Applicants must apply online - Click apply for this position under Apply Now!

Gasconade Co. R-I School District | 'Assistant JV Boys Basketball Coach - High School' | 'High School' -- (posted 7/7/2022)
Gasconade County R-1 (Hermann Schools) is seeking student-centered applicants for our High School JV Assistant Boys Basketball Coach. Candidates must work as a team with the head basketball coach and have the ability to build a strong rapport with students, coaches, and the community. This position will provide mentorship and a culture of positivity, high expectations, and professionalism that will define our students now and in the future. As a coach, you will be part of a school that has a rich tradition of academic and athletic excellence. Our district focuses on teamwork and maximizing the potential of each student. The successful candidate will play an integral role in working collaboratively with fellow basketball coaches in MSHSAA approved athletic offerings. Experience with the rules, skills, and techniques of MSHSAA basketball is preferred but not required. Previous basketball coaching experience preferred, but not required. 60 hours of college credit is required; a teaching certificate is preferred but not required. Questions may be directed to Todd Anderson, Athletic Director at tanderson@hermann.k12.mo.us. Applicants must apply online - Click apply for this position under Apply Now!

Knob Noster R-VIII | 'High School Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (posted 7/6/2022)
Knob Noster Public Schools is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as a High School Counselor for the 2022-2023 school year. The successful candidate will demonstrate diverse professional knowledge, a vision of excellence, a student-centered focus, and a positive, team-oriented attitude. Interested, qualified candidates should apply online at www.knobnoster.k12.mo.us. A competitive compensation package commensurate with experience and credentials will be offered. This position will remain open until filled. Knob Noster Public Schools - Our Mission Is Student Success!

Knob Noster R-VIII | 'English Language Learner Teacher' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 7/6/2022)
Knob Noster Public Schools is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as an ELL Teacher for the 2022-2023 School Year. The successful candidate will demonstrate diverse professional knowledge, a vision of excellence, a student-centered focus, and a positive, team-oriented attitude. The ELL teacher is responsible for monitoring the academic and social progress of all ELL students and serves as an advocate for both the students and their families when dealing with school personnel and community agencies and resources. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: monitors and facilitates all State and Federal required testing for ELL students; identifies and screens students who speak or understand two or more languages; completes required state and district paperwork for ELL students; provides building principals and teachers with updates on ELL students; monitors language and academic progress of individual ELL students; serves as a resource to classroom teachers in modifying lessons for ELL students; works with ELL students to promote English acquisition; supports overall academic progress by providing language support for other classes; provides positive feedback and encouragement for students; facilitates an environment that promotes inter-cultural understanding, improved oral and written English skills, academic success, social growth, and well-being of all students; participates on building teams identifying special needs of ELL students; organizes and uses a variety of teaching techniques, strategies, materials, and technology to maximize the learning of each child; assesses student progress, provides students and parents with specific feedback, and uses the results to adjust instruction as needed; serves as a communication link between school and home; serves as a model for appropriate interactions. Performs other duties and responsibilities as requested by supervising administrators. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor's Degree required. Certification: Missouri teacher certification, TEFL/ESL/ELL Certification. Experience: Experience working with English language learners (ELLs) of all grade levels (preferred). Interested, qualified candidates should apply online at www.knobnoster.k12.mo.us. A competitive compensation package commensurate with experience and credentials will be offered. This position will remain open until filled. Knob Noster Public Schools - Our Mission Is Student Success!

Mirabile C-1 | 'Substitute Teachers' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/8/2022)
The Mirabile C-1 School District (4-day school week) is seeking highly motivated substitute teachers. The Mirabile C-1 School District is a K-8 elementary school in North Central Missouri serving approximately 40 students. Mirabile C-1 school district has a tradition of excellence in education. For more information and to apply, please contact Linda Storey, Superintendent (lindastorey@mirabilec1.org) or Katy Habrock, School Board Secretary (katyhabrock@mirabilec1.org) or at 816-586-4129. Application deadline: ongoing.

Appleton City R-II | 'High School Social Studies' | 'Social Science' -- (revised 7/5/2022)
Appleton City R-2 has an opening for a 6-12 Social Studies teacher for the 2022-23 school year. Appleton City is a rural district located in west-central Missouri. We offer a four-day school week, a competitive salary schedule, and a family atmosphere. Coaching and sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Sarah Miller, Superintendent, with questions at smiller@appletoncity.k12.mo.us or 660-476-2161.

Crest Ridge R-VII | 'District Nurse/Health Coordinator' | 'Health' -- (posted 7/5/2022)
RN/ District Health Services Coordinator   Job Description: The Johnson County R-VII School District is seeking a Registered Nurse to serve as the District Health Coordinator.  This position has full benefits. Required Qualifications: Licensed Registered Nurse Current certification in CPR Ability to comply with the code of ethics of the nursing profession and to uphold and implement school rules, state laws, administrative regulations and board policies Ability to provide leadership in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive school health program Preferred Qualifications: Nursing experience with adolescents and related issues Registered Nurse AED certification QUALIFICATIONS DESIRABLE CANDIDATES SHOULD POSSESS Graduate of an accredited school of nursing which incorporates pharmacology courses into the curriculum. Maintenance of a professional licensure, in good standing, with Missouri State Board of Nursing. EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED Document pertinent information in student charts and in other designated places of record. Administer first aid and emergency first aid to students, and, when warranted and in keeping with guidelines, to staff. Dispense medications and treatments as prescribed by a physician. Apply knowledge of medication dosage, side effects, etc. Record medications/treatments in keeping with established procedures. Ensure the district is in compliance with state and local laws and policies. Oversee the medical services for K-12 students. Strong communication skills with students, parents, community health services, and staff. Exceptional organization skills needed. Please contact Superintendent of Schools Brett Gray at bgray@crestridge.org for questions.  Applications for employment can be found on our website at www.crestridge.org  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Raymore-Peculiar R-II | 'Before/After School Childcare Site Coordinator' | 'OTHER' -- (posted 7/1/2022)
If you have the right qualifications and are interested in applying for the position, please complete the application process on the District website - http://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/1218/Human-Resources Childcare Site Coordinator needed to provide supervision for students enrolled in our before and after school Panther Pride program at Eagle Glen Elementary. Site coordinators work 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. as well as a few additional hours for site planning (35 hours/week). The role of the site coordinator is to organize, implement, and supervise activities as well as maintain a safe, clean, and caring environments for the students. Site coordinators are responsible for developing lesson plans, communicating with parents, and accepting payment for childcare service.  Candidate must have excellent communication skills and possess a friendly and welcoming attitude. Qualifications:  Previous experience in childcare preferred

Raymore-Peculiar R-II | 'Kindergarten Teacher-Long Term Sub' | 'Elementary' -- (posted 7/1/2022)
If you have the right qualifications and are interested in applying for the position, please complete the application process on the District website - http://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/1218/Human-Resources The Raymore-Peculiar School District is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Long Term Kindergarten Teacher Substitute to begin the 2022-2023 school year.  The position will be needed from August 12th - October 3rd. Qualifications:   Missouri Substitute Certification or Teacher Certification Required 

Odessa R-VII | 'Social Studies Teacher - Grade 6 (Middle School)' | 'Social Studies' -- (posted 7/1/2022)
The Odessa Middle School is currently seeking qualified applicants for a Grade 6 Social Studies Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. All applicants must have valid Missouri certification or the availability to obtain. If additional information is required, please notify Kendra Malizzi, Principal, at kmalizzi@odessar7.net

Perry Co. 32 | 'Special Education K-12 Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (posted 7/1/2022)
Perry County School District No. 32 is seeking a Special Education K-12 Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.

Puxico R-VIII | 'Junior High School Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (revised 7/7/2022)
Puxico R-VIII is seeking qualified applicants for a junior high school counselor for grades 6-8 for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must be certified in the appropriate area for school counseling. Interested applicants are encouraged to reach out to Mrs. Shana Kight, at skight@puxico.k12.mo.us

Cameron R-I | 'High School Chemistry Teacher' | 'Science' -- (revised 7/19/2022)
The Cameron R-1 School District is seeking applications for a dynamic, student-centered high school chemistry teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. The teacher will be responsible to plan and implement daily instruction, work in a collaborative team with other teachers, and effectively communicate with students, staff and parents. Applicants must possess appropriate Missouri DESE certification.

Humansville R-IV | 'K-12 Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/11/2022)
The Humansville School District is seeking applicants for a full-time paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. Successful candidates will have a strong background in math and be able to work closely with teachers and students towards accomplishing math goals. Successful applicants will demonstrate initiative and be able to communicate well with students as well as staff. Humansville offers board paid health insurance, retirement, and small class sizes. Qualifications should include proper substitute certification or the ability to obtain proper substitute certification and the ability to complete a successful background check. Interested applicants are requested to apply online at https://humansville.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx in order to be considered for this position. Please direct any questions to Colleena Frazier, Secondary Principal, colleena.frazier@humansville.k12.mo.us. or Mary Beth Dodson, Elementary Principal, marybeth.dodson@humansville.k12.mo.us Positions are open until filled.

Salisbury R-IV | '7-12 School Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (revised 8/17/2022)
Salisbury High School is seeking qualified applicants for a 7-12 School Counselor for the 2023-2024 school year. Applicants must possess a current Missouri Teaching Certificate with endorsement as a School Counselor. This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been hired. Interested candidates should obtain an application at www.salisbury.k12.mo.us. Once on the school website, click on the District tab and navigate to the Employment Opportunities tab to print off an application. Please send the completed application, letter of interest, resume and a copy of your Missouri State Teaching Certificate to Salisbury R-IV School District, 1000 S. Maple Ave., Salisbury, MO 65281, Attn: Mr. Wade Billington. Or email wbillington@salisbury.k12.mo.us The Salisbury R-IV School District Board of Education is committed to maintaining a workplace and educational environment that is free from illegal discrimination, harassment and retaliation in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs, services, activities and facilities. In accordance with law, the district strictly prohibits discrimination and harassment against employees, students or others on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. The Salisbury R-IV School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Special Learning Center | 'ECSE Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 7/6/2022)
The Special Learning Center (SLC) in Jefferson City is currently accepting applications or resumes for a part-time or full-time Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must have ECSE certification or must be willing to obtain certification in this area. SLC is a private, not for profit agency which provides both educational and therapy services to children with developmental delays and disabilities throughout central Missouri. We offer a competitive salary, small class sizes, a collaborative team approach, and a family like atmosphere. Applications can be found on our school website: www.speciallearningcenter.com or contact Carol Schell at 573-634-3070 or cschell@speciallearningcenter.com to request an application or for additional information.

Sikeston R-VI | '5th Grade Teacher' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 7/6/2022)
General Summary: To provide students of Sikeston R-6 Schools educational instruction that will foster and accelerate their intellectual, physical, social, and career development in accordance with district policies and procedures.

Great Circle- Region 6 | 'Interventionist' | 'Other' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
The Interventionist’s primary purpose is to improve academic achievement and behavior of all students. The Interventionist provides leadership to classroom teachers in implementing intervention initiatives. This roll will also plan, implement and assess intervention services to ensure fidelity. The Interventionist: • Provides systematic interventions to students to improve academics and behaviors is small groups or individually using a pull-out and/or push-in model * • Provides credit recovery opportunities for high school students both online and through direct instruction * • Enrolls and maintains credit recovery platforms for both students and staff * • Collects data, creates action plans, and supporst the Response to Intervention (RTI) and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) models * • Provides Professional development to teachers and staff about state graduation requirements, credits, and 4-year plans for both eighth graders and high school students * • Collaborates with local school districts about credit recovery offerings, current research, and evidence-based practices * • Mentors new teachers over topics including, but not limited to: Individual Education Plans (IEPs), Re-Evaluations of Existing Data (REDs), Report Cards and Progress Reports * • Provides coaching/modeling to teachers and staff about interventions, best practices, curriculum materials and resources * Required Education and Experience • Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education or related Filed • Minimum three (3) years’ experience as a special education teacher • Missouri Special Education Certification Preferred Education and Experience • Experience working with children and families in a trauma informed environment Great Circle is an equal opportunity employer.

Jefferson City | 'HVAC Technician' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/31/2022)
Application: Only on-line applications will be accepted. Visit the district’s website at www.jcschools.us and click on the Human Resources link to apply. You will be asked to upload the following: A letter of interest, at least three current reference email addresses, a resume including education, certification and experience.

Richwoods R-VII | 'Fulltime Bus Driver' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/5/2022)
Job Description: The Richwoods R-VII School District is seeking individuals for a fulltime driver. Class B CDL is required   Benefits: Board Paid Employee Health, Life, and Dental  For additional information, please call 573-678-2257 or visit richwoodsr7.org The Richwoods R-VII School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Information for New Driver  Need to pass written permit for Class B CDL (with School Bus & Pass. endorsement). Need to be subject to a Pre-employment Drug Screening. Need to submit to Federal Background Check Must attend yearly training that is district provided

Verona R-VII | 'Special Education Paraprofessional ' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 8/23/2022)
The Verona R-VII School District is looking for an energetic individual for a paraprofessional position for the 2022-23 school year. The main responsibility would be to support our special education program.

Maries Co. R-II | 'MS/HS Band Teacher' | 'Music- Instrumental' -- (revised 8/11/2022)
The Maries County R-II School District has an immediate opening for a Middle/High School Band Teacher for the 2022-23 school year. The district is located 30 minutes north of Rolla, Missouri and 45 minutes south east of Jefferson City, Missouri. We are a rural district. The district has a 4 day a week instructional method (Tuesday through Friday). Applicants must be certified (or be eligible to be certified) prior to hire by the Board of Education. Position will remain open until filled. Coaching opportunities are available. For more information on the position please contact High School Principal, Mr. Garrett Haslag, by email at ghaslag@mariesr2.org or by phone at 573-859-3800 with any questions. To apply visit the school website and complete the online application. - https://www.mariesr2.org/

Gallatin R-V | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 7/13/2022)
Gallatin School District is seeking two experienced and positive paraprofessionals. There is an elementary opening and also a position in the high school. Responsibilities for paraprofessional: assist teacher with lessons and daily classroom activities, communicate with children and help them understand lessons, prepare the classroom setting to promote a healthy learning environment, ensure classroom safety standards are met at all times, monitor children with particular attention to those with special needs, engage with children to enhance learning, and perform clerical tasks as required. Qualifications for Paraprofessionals: Must be able to obtain proper certification. (60 hours of college credit or pass the ParaPro exam). Experience in helping teachers in a classroom environment desired. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills,good understanding of the educational system, strong interpersonal and social attributes, disciplined and diligent nature, enthusiastic and passionate about teaching, patient with children including those with special needs, ability to stand and move around for extended periods of time.

Moberly School District | 'Head Boys Tennis Coach (2022/2023)' | 'High School' -- (revised 8/9/2022)
The Moberly School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Head Boys Tennis Coach for the 2022/23 school year at Moberly High School.    For more information or to apply, visit our website at https://moberly.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. To be considered, you MUST apply via our website. Submit a completed certified staff application, college transcripts, and resume. No other documents will be considered without the receipt of the completed application.

Cape Girardeau Public Schools | 'Coach Tennis Boys Assistant - High School ' | 'High School' -- (revised 8/22/2022)
The School District of Cape Girardeau is seeking an Assistant Boys Tennis Coach for Central Senior High School. Under the supervision of the Athletics Director, this position is responsible for coaching student athletes in game strategies and techniques to prepare them for athletic competition. Position motivates student athletes to develop an appreciation of the sport. Assistant Coach- Minimum Requirements: Completion of 60 or more college credit hours prior to coaching. A Professional Teacher's Certificate OR NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Course (online) passed prior to second year of coaching. This course is not sport-specific. This is a one-time requirement. Successful completion of a Sports First Aid course prior to second year of coaching and renewed every two years. Successful completion of CPR/AED training prior to second year of coaching and renewed every two years. Background Check including Sex-Offender's Registry Clearance prior to coaching. Board of Education or Board of Governance Approval prior to coaching. Successful completion of a Concussion in Sports Course and review of current concussion information yearly. Successful completion of the MSHSAA Sport-Specific Online Rules Review each season. General Information: This position is not tied to a specific teaching position. To apply for this position, visit www.capetigers.com (Job Opportunities) Application Deadline: Open until filled

Troy R-III | 'Permanent Substitute Teacher' | 'Other' -- (revised 8/11/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Permanent Substitute Teacher START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: Serves as the instructional lead for the students in the absence of the regular teacher. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificates in content area • Current Substitute Certificate; required • Effective oral and written communication skills APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Apply on-line by going to the District Website at www.troy.k12.mo.us/Apply Or use this link to apply: www.generalasp.com/lincoln/onlineapp

Troy R-III | 'Math Teachers' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 8/4/2022)
OPEN POSITION: Math Teacher – Ninth Grade Center START DATE: 2022/2023 School Year PRIMARY FUNCTION: To create a flexible instructional program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom; to motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge needed to ensure that effective learning occurs for each child, every day. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate in Math • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study • Effective oral and written communication skills

Moberly School District | 'Assistant Middle School Wrestling Coach (2022/2023)' | 'Middle School' -- (revised 8/9/2022)
The Moberly School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Middle School Wrestling Coach for the 2022/23 school year at Moberly Middle School. For more information or to apply, visit our website at https://moberly.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. To be considered, you MUST apply via our website. Submit a completed certified staff application, college transcripts, and resume. No other documents will be considered without the receipt of the completed application.

Crawford Co. R-II | 'MS - P.E. and Health' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 8/23/2022)
Job Description: The Crawford County R-II School District is seeking to hire a Boys PE/Health Instructor at Cuba Middle School for the 2022-23 School year. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To create a flexible instructional program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth. To establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom. To motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge needed to ensure that effective learning occurs for each child, every day. Provides positive feedback and encouragement for students. Facilitates environment that promotes improved fitness skills, academic success, social growth, and well-being of all students. Organizes and uses a variety of teaching techniques, strategies, materials, and technology to maximize the learning of each child, individually and in group settings. Assesses student progress, provides students and parents with specific feedback, and uses the results to adjust instruction as needed; serves as a communication link between school and home. Performs other duties and responsibilities as requested by supervising administrators. TEACHING ASSIGNMENT: MS Boys PE/Health Coaching Required COACHING OPPORTUNITIES: MS Assistant Girls Basketball MS Assistant Boys Basketball MS Assistant Track QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor’s Degree or higher in major area of study Certification: Valid Missouri Teaching Certificate in Secondary Physical Education and Health Effective oral and written communication skills Apply at: https://cuba.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=162

Strain-Japan R-XVI | 'Middle School ELA/Math' | 'Language Arts' -- (revised 7/11/2022)
The Strain-Japan R-16 School District is seeking applicants for a Middle School ELA teacher and/or math teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Strain-Japan School, located approximately 8 miles north of Sullivan, is a K-8 School with an enrollment of approximately 70 students and a 156 day school calendar. Applications can be found on our school website, strainjapanschool.com or come by the office at 4640 Hwy H, Sullivan, MO. For questions call 573-627-3243. Strain-Japan R-16 School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Puxico R-VIII | 'Coaching' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 7/7/2022)
The Puxico R-8 School District is seeking applicants for the following coaching positions: JH Softball and Assistant and for an Assistant Band Director. There may also be possibilities with other athletic activities such as baseball and basketball for the right candidate. Current positions available: We also have potential openings for a paraprofessional and JH counselor. Motivated applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. These positions will remain open until filled. Applicants applying for a counseling role must hold a current, valid Missouri school counselor's certificate. Applicants applying for a paraprofessional or classroom aide must have or be eligible for a substitute certification.

Cassville R-IV | 'MS Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 7/6/2022)
Cassville Middle School is seeking applicants for a Middle School Science Position for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must have appropriate Missouri certification. Salary and benefits are commensurate with education and experience.

Dallas Co. R-I | 'Special Ed Para' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 8/11/2022)
The Dallas County R-1 School District is accepting applications for a Special Education Paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school year. Qualified candidates need to have a minimum of sixty (60) hours of college credit or have passed the Para pro assessment. Energetic applicants with a desire to help support our Special Education Department should apply at www.bisonpride.org. Salary and benefits are based upon board approved schedule.

Cabool R-IV | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Other' -- (revised 8/26/2022)
The Cabool R-IV School District is seeking qualified candidates for a middle school special education paraprofessional for the 2022-2023 school. Duties will include assistance with push-in services, pull-out services, and bus supervision. Applications may be sent to Abby Clinton via email at aclinton@cabool.k12.mo.us

Moberly School District | 'Assistant Boys Soccer Coach (2022/23)' | 'High School' -- (revised 8/9/2022)
The Moberly School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Boys Soccer Coach for the 2022/23 school year at Moberly High School. For more information or to apply, visit our website at https://moberly.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. To be considered, you MUST apply via our website. Submit a completed certified staff application, college transcripts, and resume. No other documents will be considered without the receipt of the completed application.

Moberly School District | 'Assistant Boyss Tennis Coach (2022/23)' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
The Moberly School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Boys Tennis Coach for the 2022/23 school year at Moberly High School. For more information or to apply, visit our website at https://moberly.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. To be considered, you MUST apply via our website. Submit a completed certified staff application, college transcripts, and resume. No other documents will be considered without the receipt of the completed application.

Moberly School District | 'Assistant Wrestling Coach (2022/23)' | 'High School' -- (revised 8/9/2022)
The Moberly School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Wrestling Coach for the 2022/23 school year at Moberly High School. For more information or to apply, visit our website at https://moberly.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx. To be considered, you MUST apply via our website. Submit a completed certified staff application, college transcripts, and resume. No other documents will be considered without the receipt of the completed application.

Neosho R-V | 'Art Teacher' | 'Art' -- (revised 7/25/2022)
The Neosho School District is searching for a certified high school Art teacher for the 2022/2023 school year. PRIMARY TASKS & MAJOR ACTIVITES Instructional leader in classroom and in building. Responsible for working with a team in a Professional Learning Communities (PLC) setting, curriculum planning, instruction through inquiry, project-based learning, creating common team assessment, providing meaningful assessments of learning, and intentional/differentiated instruction through individual student data. Accountable for individual classroom management. Provide appropriate student instruction in accordance with the district's grade level curriculum. Knowledge and use of research-based instructional strategies. Participate in district and building professional development opportunities. Participate in grade level and building development. Work successfully as part of a team in a highly collaborative manner. Knowledge and use of authentic assessment techniques to drive instruction. Strong classroom management skills and interpersonal relations. Strong focus on character building and parent/teacher relationships. Willingness to follow district and building vision. EDUCATIONAL/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Current Missouri Certification in Art, K-12. Strong experience with integrating technology in the classroom. Self-starter with growth mindset for self and students. Willingness to learn new things. Willingness to understand and support the District's Comprehensive School Improvement Plan. Neosho Public Schools provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Neosho Public Schools complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Bishop Hogan Memorial School | 'Part-time music teacher' | 'Elementary Vocal Music' -- (revised 7/13/2022)
Bishop Hogan Memorial School in Chillicothe, MO is seeking a part-time music teacher, beginning fall of 2022. Days may be negotiable, but Monday, Wednesday, and possibly Friday is preferred. If interested, contact pbrobst@bishophogan.org or go to www.bishophogan.org under 'Staff' for an application. 660-646-0705

Great Circle- Region 6 | 'Teacher II- St. James' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our St. James, MO campus with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: 13160 Co Rd 3610, St James, MO 65559 -Training & Educational Opportunities -Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) -Supportive Team -Supportive Leadership -Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - St. James About 12 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Great Circle- Region 2 | 'Teacher - Booneville, MO' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our Great Circle Academy, Boonville with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. We will consider candidates with a sub certificate OR working towards their teaching degree or special education certificate. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: Booneville, MO ⭐Training & Educational Opportunities ⭐Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) ⭐Supportive Team ⭐Supportive Leadership ⭐Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Booneville Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Great Circle- Region 3 | 'Teacher Assistant, Youth Care Specialists - Kansas City, MO' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
Now hiring Teacher’s Assistants! Are you ready to join a team of educators dedicated to brightening their students' futures? This position has room for professional development, plus we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including PSLF Eligibility. Base Pay: $15.00 - $17.00 Location: Kansas City, MO Clear Paths to Promotion Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness) Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Kansas City Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position Provide support to the teacher by helping with supervision, grading, planning, and to assist with other day-to-day activities. Provide supervision and general safety of children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner in residential cottages. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Collaborate with the teacher and Cottage Life Supervisor in day-to-day activities * Follow established classroom/cottage rules and ensure implementation of these rules* Assist the teacher in supervising and general safety of the children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner * Operate according to the Great Circle Model of care and program operations manual as well as function within the Agency’s policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook. Provided educational tools for children to be successful in learning* Attend weekly meetings as directed in school and residential settings about children and youth behaviors Monitor social skills in cafeteria, on the playground, bathroom, and P.E. to promote healthy behaviors Manage children and youth using safe crisis management without the need for therapeutic holds Administer all medication to students properly as needed Document and record the behavior of children to ensure positive outcomes to assist in a return of the child or youth to a less restrictive setting. Perform other job-related duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Working Conditions Classroom and residential care environment. Working environment generally favorable. Lighting and temperature adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust etc. Qualifications Ability to work with children in a classroom setting and in the residential cottages. Ability to work well while under pressure when needed. Maintain a valid Class E driver’s license. Language Skills Ability to reach and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. This position requires the ability to write routine reports and correspondence. The ability to communicate effectively is essential. Mathematical Skills Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all unites of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, decimals, and percentages. Reasoning Ability Ability to problem-solve and apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and/or oral or diagram form. Required Education and Experience Missouri: 60 Credit Hours or Para Professional Certificate Preferred Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree Education Classes Knowledge necessary to successfully fulfill this position’s responsibilities includes Knowledge of emotional disorders, behavior disorders and children with Autism, crisis intervention/prevention, physical/sexual abuse issues, child development, and behavior management techniques. Skills required include crisis intervention and decision-making. Self-awareness, patience, and the ability to work as part of a team are essential. CPR/First Aid certification required. Ability to respond appropriately to cultural differences that exists among Great Circle’s diverse client base. Demonstration of the conviction that people are able to change and that this attitude is fostered when a mutually respectful partnership exists between Great Circle personnel and the clients served. Ability to work as part of a team and to maintain a positive, professional helping role. A valid Class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required because transporting clients is an essential function of this position.

Great Circle- Region 3 | 'Teacher II - Kansas City' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our Kansas City, MO campus with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. We will consider candidates with a sub certificate OR working towards their teaching degree or special education certificate. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: 8383 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64133 -Training & Educational Opportunities -Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) -Supportive Team -Supportive Leadership -Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Kansas City About 70 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Great Circle- Region 8 | 'Therapist I' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
We are seeking a School Based Therapist to provide trauma-informed counseling to children enrolled in Great Circle Academy on our Webster Groves campus. Applicants MUST have the following licensure to apply: (PLPC), (LPC), (LMSW), (LCSW), (PLMFT), (LMFT) This position offers an AMAZING work schedule! Monday through Friday school day hours following the school year calendar. In addition to the school breaks through out the year, with the full month of July and half of August OFF WITH PAY. Paid training & Educational Opportunities (Can be applied to CEU's) Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership ⭐Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness)⭐ Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Webster Groves About 90 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position Provides therapy to clients and works collaboratively with the Teachers, Teacher Assistants and Teacher Aides. Completes assessments, documentation for services rendered, and case management duties as needed. The Therapist reports directly to the Statewide Clinical Associate Director of Education. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Provides clinical counseling services to clients with a focus on those affected by trauma, may include individual, family or group therapy * Completes various assessments and reports as appropriate including but not limited to; biopsychosocial, trauma, suicide, substance abuse * Formulates and administers treatment plans * Documents service delivery in formats specified by Great Circle * Participates in meetings, staffing, and other appointments with clients as needed Communicates and collaborates with internal and external individuals and groups to provide excellent care, customer service, and cooperation Manages youth using safe crisis management techniques Provide clinical supervision * (Senior Therapist only) Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Therapist I Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling Missouri Provisional Licensure: Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Provisional Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (PLMFT) Therapist II & Senior Therapist Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling Missouri Licensure: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) Preferred Education and Experience Experience working with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Knowledge of clinical theory, therapy, and systems Requires analytical ability necessary to handle moderately complex administrative details such as preparing nonrecurring reports Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize a diversified workload with attention to detail Must be able to work productively and respectfully with individuals and families from diverse cultural backgrounds Proficient in Word and email applications. Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable.

Nevada R-V | 'Behavior Management Counselor' | 'Counselor- Elementary' -- (revised 7/22/2022)
rently accepting certified applications for the position of Elementary Behavior Management Counselor for the 2022-2023 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: Valid Missouri teaching certificate for position assigned or appropriate documentation. FOR MORE INFORMATION: To be considered for this position, please submit completed certified staff application, college transcripts, three letters of reference and resume to: Nevada R-5 School District Position: Behavior Management Counselor 811 West Hickory Nevada, MO 64772 Phone: (417)448-2000

Henry Co. R-I | 'High School & Jr. High Spanish' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (revised 9/20/2022)
Henry County R1 School District is tentatively in need of a high school and jr high Spanish teacher for the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must possess appropriate Missouri certification or be able to secure such prior to employment. Candidates should complete an application packet that includes the following items: 1) A completed district application(website). https://henrycountyr1.schoolinsites.com 2) A cover letter and current resume. 3) A copy of all college transcripts. 4) A copy of all certificates. 5) A minimum of three(3) letters of reference. Interested parties should direct questions to Justin Wells, High School Principal at 660-647-3106 ext. 327 or email at: wellsj@henrycountyr1.k12.mo.us

Galena R-II | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 8/18/2022)
The Galena School District is looking for a qualified candidate to fill a paraprofessional position for the 2022-2023 school year. Galena R-II Schools participates in a four-day school week. The candidate must have 60 college credit hours from an accredited college, a current background check, along with a substitute certificate or attain a paraprofessional certificate before the first day of work. Applicants may send a resume, cover letter, copy of current certification, and references to: Galena Schools Attn: Staci Baker 54 Medical Springs Rd., Galena, MO 65656 or email at bakers@galena.k12.mo.us

Chillicothe R-II | 'Assistant Wrestling/Girls Wrestling Head Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 7/15/2022)
To apply, please visit Chillicothe R-II School District job listings at https://chillicotheschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx . You will then need to create a login for TalentEd and fill out the application and upload all pertinent documents. We do not accept applications from any other sites. EOE.

Winston R-VI | 'Girls Basketball ' | 'Middle School' -- (revised 7/28/2022)
The Winston R-VI School District has a coaching vacancy for Girls Junior High Basketball for the 2022-2023 school year.

Climax Springs R-IV | 'Music Teacher' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/4/2022)
**Please note: You must apply through our website https://www.cspringsr4.org/Employment** Music Teacher Responsible To: Building Principal Qualifications: 1. Bachelor Degree in Education 2. Appropriate certification in their teaching field 3. Ability to communicate effectively 4. Basic Technological Skills Primary Responsibilities: To provide students of the district with educational instruction which will foster and accelerate their academic, intellectual, physical, social and career development. Term Of Employment: Base annual contract per approved school calendar staff days. Compensation: In accordance with the district approved certified payscale Equal Employment Opportunity  The Climax Springs School District is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, age, sex, gender, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by law. Prospective and current employees with disabilities are encouraged to contact human resources to discuss reasonable accommodations to perform the essential job function. **Please click link to apply-do not apply through this website** https://www.cspringsr4.org/Employment About us:

Norborne R-VIII | 'Norborne R-VIII | '6-12 Special Education Teacher' ' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 7/13/2022)
6-12 Grade Special Education Teacher: The Norborne R-VIII School District is seeking a 6-12 Special Education Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. The successful candidate will have knowledge and experience of special education compliance and process; providing specialized instructional services to students with disabilities; and development and implementation of IEP's. If interested in this 6-12 grade special education position, please send application (this can be found on our school website: norborneschools.com, cover letter, resume, 3 letters of recommendation, certification and transcripts to Jennifer Courtney, Superintendent by email to jcourtney@norborneschools.com or mail to: Jennifer Courtney, Superintendent 405 Pirate Lane, Norborne, MO 64668

Pettis Co. R-XII | 'Middle School Language Arts' | 'Language Arts' -- (revised 9/28/2022)
The Pettis County R-XII school district in Sedalia, MO (Dresden) is seeking a LANGUAGE ARTS teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. The candidate must demonstrate an enthusiasm for teaching, motivating students, engaging in continuous professional development, improvement strong communication skills to establish relationships with the school community. An understanding of utilizing data to identify strategies to empower student learning. A belief in the differentiation of instruction to meet the needs of our learners. Strong classroom management skills. We offer excellent salaries and benefits. Our small school is empowering students to achieve. We are the Home of the Dragons!

Twin Rivers R-X | 'Speech/Language Pathologist Assistant' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/16/2022)
The Twin Rivers R-10 School District has a job opening for the 2022-2023 school year for a Speech/Language Pathologist Assistant. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders and eligible for SLP-A Certification through the Missouri Board of Healing Arts.

El Dorado Springs R-II | 'Parent Educator' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
Parent Educator position open in award-winning Parents as Teachers department of the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District. The goals of Parents As Teachers are: 1. To maximize the pleasure of parenting; 2. To reduce the stress of parenting; and 3. Assist each parent in helping their child get off to the best start possible. The Parent Educator works toward these goals by providing information and support. A certified parent educator implements the PAT model, emphasizing parent-child interaction, development-centered parenting and family well-being in their work with families. Utilizing the PAT Foundational Curriculum in culturally sensitive ways, the parent educator partners, facilitates and reflects with families. Qualifications Bachelor or four-year degree in early childhood education, social work, health, psychology, or a related field is recommended (or equivalent degree outside of the US). Supervised experience working with young children and/or parents is also recommended. Strong communication and interpersonal skills (e.g., nonjudgmental, objective, reflective, empathic, patient, tactful) Ability to establish rapport with families and empower them by building on their strengths. Strong organizational and record keeping skills. Ability to work independently and be self-motivated (often in the field) Computer skills; including web browsing, e-mail, Internet, and word-processing. The parent educator must complete the Parents as Teachers Foundational and Model Implementation Trainings before delivering PAT services.

Concordia R-II | 'Coaching Vacancies ' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 9/23/2022)
The Concordia R2 School District is seeking qualified candidates for assistant varsity girls basketball and JH cheer coach for the 2022-23 School Year. Qualified individuals should be knowledgeable, dependable, and organized, with the ability to relate to and work with student-athletes. Selected candidates must successfully complete a background check. Interested parties please contact Activities Director Justin Basye at 660-463-1156 or email at jbasye.concordia.k12.mo.us

Osage Co. R-I | 'High School / Junior High Math ' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 9/15/2022)
Osage Co. R-I (Chamois) is accepting applications for a grades 7-12 Math Teacher beginning with the 2022-23 school year. Appropriate content and grade level certification is preferred, but will consider applicants with certificates in other areas or related experience. Position includes 7th and 8th Grade Math, High School Algebra I and II, Geometry, Calculus, and various electives. Possible coaching available.

Henry Co. R-I | 'Assistant Girls Basketball' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/22/2022)
Henry County R1 School District is actively seeking an Assistant High School Girls Basketball coach for the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must possess appropriate MSHSAA certification or be able to secure such prior to employment. Candidates should complete an application packet that includes the following items: 1) A completed district application(website). https://henrycountyr1.schoolinsites.com 2) A cover letter and current resume. 3) A copy of all college transcripts. 4) A copy of all certificates. 5) A minimum of three(3) letters of reference. Interested parties should direct questions to Brad Forrest, Athletic Director, at 660-647-3106 or email at: forrestb@henrycountyr1.k12.mo.us

Mountain Grove R-III | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 7/7/2022)
The Mountain Grove R-III School District is seeking applications for a high school special education teacher for the 2022-23 school year to work with students who have a range of disabilities at the secondary level. The position provides direct specialized instruction for small groups as well as collaborates with staff/individuals to support students within the co-teaching environment. The position requires knowledge of and ability to implement core instruction which actively engages students in meaningful learning experiences. Individuals must possess strong classroom management skills to maintain effective learning environments. Individuals must develop and implement Individual Education Plans (IEP) and establish effective relationships with parents and students. Applicants must have cross categorical special education certification or another acceptable special education certification or be eligible for consideration for employment. Interested persons should submit the district application with letter of interest, resume, and three reference letters to Mountain Grove R-III Schools, Dr.Shawna Gruben: Special Programs Director, 207 E. 5th St., Mountain Grove, MO 65711.

North Callaway Co. R-I | 'North Callaway R-1 Special Education Teacher' | 'Cross Categorical' -- (revised 7/27/2022)
North Callaway R-1 School District has an Elementary Special Education Teacher position open for the 2022-2023 school year. We are a four day school week and have a great working environment with a lot of internal and external support to offer the candidate that fills this position. If interested, please apply at: nc.k12.mo.us.

Jasper Special Education Cooperative | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
The Paraprofessional assists the Instructor in creating a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social, and intellectual development of students. To accomplish these tasks, the Instructional paraprofessional works closely with the staff and administration of the cooperative and school district. Qualifications Must have 60 college hours or have passed the Para Assessment If you have questions, contact Nicole Hubbard at nhubbard@.k12.mo.us Complete the online application at https://www.applitrack.com/lamarmo/onlineapp/--

Newtown-Harris R-III | 'K-12 Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (revised 7/21/2022)
Newtown-Harris R-III School is accepting applications for a K-12 Counselor for the 2022-23 school year. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications can be found on our website at: https://www.nhtigers.k12.mo.us/work-for-us Send completed applications to: Dr. Lucas McKinnis, Superintendent 306 N. Main St. Newtown, MO 64667 Or scan and email to: lmckinnis@nhtigers.k12.mo.us

Belleview R-III School District | 'Bus Driver' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 9/21/2022)
The Belleview R-III School District is now accepting applications for bus drivers for the 2022-2023 school year. Proper licensing and certification are required. Interested applicants may request an application from the Belleview R-III School District by calling 573-697-5702 or by filling out the application found under the District Info tab on our website, www.belleviewbraves.org. Send the completed application, your resume, and three letters of recommendation to Belleview R-III School District, 27431 Hwy. 32, Belleview, MO 63623.

Climax Springs R-IV | 'Substitute Teacher' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/3/2022)
**Please note: You must apply through our website https://www.cspringsr4.org/Employment** About us: Climax Springs, located near Lake of the Ozarks is a small district of 228 students K-12.  The district is on a four day week, with Mondays off for students. Substitute teaching normally required 60 credit hours, but currently if applicants are willing to take a course, we can get you a temporary certification. Daily Sub pay is $95 and long term sub pay is $105 long term is defined by when a person continuously fills a spot for more than 10 consecutive days. We are seeking a hardworking, flexible people that love working with children and can conduct themselves professionally and ethically at all times. Qualifications: A successful criminal background check will be required. Training videos and certifications must also be completed successfully prior to service. coaching opportunities available Equal Employment Opportunity  The Climax Springs School District is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, age, sex, gender, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by law. Prospective and current employees with disabilities are encouraged to contact human resources to discuss reasonable accommodations to perform the essential job functions. **Please click link to apply-do not apply through this website** https://www.cspringsr4.org/Employment

Great Circle- Region 2 | 'Teacher Assistant- Youth Care Specialist' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our Great Circle Academy, Columbia with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. We will consider candidates with a sub certificate OR working towards their teaching degree or special education certificate. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: Columbia, MO ⭐Training & Educational Opportunities ⭐Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) ⭐Supportive Team ⭐Supportive Leadership ⭐Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Columbia Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position This position is responsible for teaching students the academic and social skills in a private educational system. The teacher will work directly with therapists, teachers, teacher assistants - youth care specialists, adjunctive therapists and other members of the treatment team. External contacts include parents/guardians and public or private schools, treatment providers and referral agency personnel. Expected communication includes discussion of the needs of the child as well as the child’s progress. This position reports to the program director. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Meet and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourages students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administers, interprets, and records standardized tests* Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work* Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serves on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and trains Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participates on the diagnostic team and attends eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Mentor Teacher I as needed Operates teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, iPad, computers, Smart Boards, etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Competencies Leadership - possesses leadership skills and behaviors that contribute to superior performance; effectively manages change, problem solving, decision making, managing workload Judgment – ability to make thoughtful decisions in a timely and confident manner Execution & Results – ability to adapt to change, effectively cope with the unexpected, systematically problem solve, follow-through and ensure accuracy Customer Focus – properly interacts with others, the ability to work independently or with a team, ethically minded Motivation & Work Ethic – demonstrates personal integrity by operating in an accountable, reliable, and respectful manner Required Education and Experience Missouri: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach and Special Education Certification required Illinois: Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and a state license to teach with Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable. Physical Demands To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This person must be able to sit or stand at a personal computer for a reasonable length of time typing and reading. This person must be able to see, hear, speak, walk, and sit. Must be able to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Great Circle- Region 8 | 'Teacher Assistant - BONUS' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/7/2022)
Now hiring Teacher’s Assistants! Are you ready to join a team of educators dedicated to brightening their students' futures? $1000 Sign on Bonus - $500 upon hire, $500 after 90 days of employment- Base Pay: $15.00 - $17.00 Location: 330 N Gore Ave, Webster Groves, MO 63119 Clear Paths to Promotion Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) Work Life Balance Supportive Team Supportive Leadership ⭐Eligibility for PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness)⭐ Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - Webster Groves About 90 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Benefits & Compensation Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. Generous paid time off & paid holidays Up to 10 days of PTO can be accrued in the first 12 months, then 15 days annually after one year and 20 days after two years. Seven paid holidays per year. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Purpose of Position Provide support to the teacher by helping with supervision, grading, planning, and to assist with other day-to-day activities. Provide supervision and general safety of children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner in residential cottages. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Collaborate with the teacher and Cottage Life Supervisor in day-to-day activities * Follow established classroom/cottage rules and ensure implementation of these rules* Assist the teacher in supervising and general safety of the children and youth and attend to their needs in a nurturing and engaging manner * Operate according to the Great Circle Model of care and program operations manual as well as function within the Agency’s policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook. Provided educational tools for children to be successful in learning* Attend weekly meetings as directed in school and residential settings about children and youth behaviors Monitor social skills in cafeteria, on the playground, bathroom, and P.E. to promote healthy behaviors Manage children and youth using safe crisis management without the need for therapeutic holds Administer all medication to students properly as needed Document and record the behavior of children to ensure positive outcomes to assist in a return of the child or youth to a less restrictive setting. Perform other job-related duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Working Conditions Classroom and residential care environment. Working environment generally favorable. Lighting and temperature adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust etc. Qualifications Ability to work with children in a classroom setting and in the residential cottages. Ability to work well while under pressure when needed. Maintain a valid Class E driver’s license. Language Skills Ability to reach and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. This position requires the ability to write routine reports and correspondence. The ability to communicate effectively is essential. Mathematical Skills Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all unites of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, decimals, and percentages. Reasoning Ability Ability to problem-solve and apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and/or oral or diagram form. Required Education and Experience Missouri: 60 Credit Hours or Para Professional Certificate Preferred Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree Education Classes Knowledge necessary to successfully fulfill this position’s responsibilities includes Knowledge of emotional disorders, behavior disorders and children with Autism, crisis intervention/prevention, physical/sexual abuse issues, child development, and behavior management techniques. Skills required include crisis intervention and decision-making. Self-awareness, patience, and the ability to work as part of a team are essential. CPR/First Aid certification required. Ability to respond appropriately to cultural differences that exists among Great Circle’s diverse client base. Demonstration of the conviction that people are able to change and that this attitude is fostered when a mutually respectful partnership exists between Great Circle personnel and the clients served. Ability to work as part of a team and to maintain a positive, professional helping role. A valid Class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required because transporting clients is an essential function of this position.

Great Circle- Region 6 | 'Teacher I - St. James' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
We are seeking a Teacher for our St. James, MO campus with experience in Special Education to help guide students in their emotional and academic growth. This position operates on a traditional school calendar schedule; breaks (winter, spring, fall) and holidays off PAID. Location: 13160 Co Rd 3610, St James, MO 65559 -Training & Educational Opportunities -Career Growth & Professional Development Opportunities (RPI, Green Belt, DEI Committee etc.) -Supportive Team -Supportive Leadership -Trauma Informed Great Circle is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Employer Great Circle Academy - St. James About 12 students Ages 5–21 years old Students with special education eligibility, severe emotional or behavioral issues, health impairments, learning disabilities, or an autism spectrum diagnosis High school students recovering from substance use We’re here for the child who feels out of place or struggles in other educational settings because of factors beyond his/her control or are recovering from substance use disorders and who needs a better place to learn. Your children will find a warm, nurturing, structured learning environment where they can accomplish everything from the simple to the incredible. We’re here to equip and empower them with the tools needed to guide them around life’s obstacles and to a place where they can unlock their full potential and thrive. Medical, dental, vision insurance & more Available to all full-time staff. Additional benefits: Paid Life Insurance (additional Life Insurance for you and family members), Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending, Health Savings Account, Employee Assistance Program, Short- & Long-Term Disability plans, and Accident Plan and Critical Illness option for you and your family members. 401K Retirement Savings Program Wellness program Earn substantial insurance discounts by participating in a company-wide premium discount program. Major Duties (*Essential Element) Become familiar with the teaching procedures used by the teacher, the teacher’s schedule of activities, the continuity of academic progression, and the materials and equipment available Work with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher Assist the teacher in devising strategies for reinforcing materials or skills based on an understanding of individual students, their needs, interests, and abilities Guide independent study, enrichment work, and remedial work set up and assigned by the teacher Meet with and instruct assigned learners (caseload, class, peers, in-service, children, pupils, students) in the locations and at the times designated * Create an environment that is appropriate to the maturity of the student and conducive to learning Establish and communicate to the clear student objectives for lessons, units, and projects * Clarify lesson planning and other written evidence of program preparation Encourage students to set and maintain appropriate standards of behavior both academically and meeting treatment standards Administer, interpret, and record standardized tests * Check students’ work, correct papers, collect data, and supervise testing and make-up work * Employ a variety of instructional techniques which are compatible with the physical space and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved Strive to improve and maintain professional competence Attend staff meetings and serve on staff committees if required Function within the policies and procedures as outlined in the program manual Schedule classes to meet students’ specific instructional needs Evaluate and order materials necessary for instruction, and train Teacher’s Assistants/Aides in their use Evaluate the progress of each child enrolled by conducting observations, data analysis and/or review written reports from the team May assist assigned students in such physical tasks as putting on and taking off outwear, moving from room to room, using lavatory, etc. Assist with Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques when trained and applicable to the educational setting May assist with breakfast, lunch, snack, clean up, wash up, and toilet routines Assist with health-related procedures such as, but not limited to, feeding, lifting, positioning, carrying, and toileting if required by the program Utilize learning aids, including multi-media and technology resources Participate on the diagnostic team and attend eligibility conferences depending on the program Implement research-based intervention programs Lead and attend IEP and/or 504 plans as needed Benchmark partner district assessments as needed Operate teaching aids, i.e. chrome book, computers, Smart Boards, iPads etc. Other duties as assigned for the betterment of Great Circle Required Education and Experience Missouri Substitute: A Bachelor’s degree and a Missouri Department of Education Substitute Certification OR Temporary Authorization Certificate: Actively working towards acquisition OR Para Pro: Only currently employed TA’s who are not able to obtain a sub cert or TAC can use this qualification for this role Preferred Education and Experience Experience work with children and families in a trauma informed environment Qualifications Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Qualifications include the ability to write routine reports and correspondence as well as the ability to speak effectively one-on-one and before groups. Mathematical Skills: This position requires the ability to apply concepts of basic math, algebra, and geometry. The ability to use descriptive and inferential statistics to analyze, interpret and present data. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations as well as the ability to problem solve simple and complex issues are essential. Possess a valid class E Missouri driver’s license and a good driving record are required due to need to transport children Working Conditions Office or school environment. Working environment generally favorable.

Jefferson City | 'Teacher- Kindergarten' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 8/31/2022)
Application: Only on-line applications will be accepted. Visit the district’s website at www.jcschools.us and click on the Human Resources link to apply. You will be asked to upload the following: A letter of interest, at least three current reference email addresses, a resume including education, certification and experience. Information regarding Missouri Teacher Certification for career education may be obtained at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education website at https://dese.mo.gov/educator-quality/certification/career-education-teachers.

Jefferson City | 'Teacher-ESOL' | 'ESOL' -- (revised 8/31/2022)
Application: Only on-line applications will be accepted. Visit the district’s website at www.jcschools.us and click on the Human Resources link to apply. You will be asked to upload the following: A letter of interest, at least three current reference email addresses, a resume including education, certification and experience. Information regarding Missouri Teacher Certification for career education may be obtained at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education website at https://dese.mo.gov/educator-quality/certification/career-education-teachers.

Appleton City R-II | 'Mathematics' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 7/1/2022)
Appleton City R-2 is seeking applicants for a math teacher for grades 9-12 and a MS Math teacher for the 2022-23 school year. Coaching opportunities include high school track, cheerleading, and middle school volleyball. There are also several opportunities for sponsorship of clubs and activities based on the candidate's qualifications. Appleton City is a rural district located in west-central Missouri. We offer a four-day school week, a competitive salary schedule, and a family atmosphere.

Puxico R-VIII | 'Para-professional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 8/17/2022)
Puxico R-VIII is accepting applications from qualified applicants for a para-professional for the 2022-2023 school year. Eligibility for a substitute certificate is required. Applications are located at our website (www.puxico.k12.mo.us) Position will be open until filled. Questions should be directed to Special Education Director, Tracy Robison, 573-222-3107 or trobison@puxico.k12.mo.us

Pleasant Hope R-VI | 'Assistant Football Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 7/28/2022)
The Pleasant Hope R-6 School District has a position open for a high school assistant football coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, teaching license if they possess, and letters of recommendation to: ederossett@phr6.org Eric DeRossett PHR6 Athletic Director Pleasant Hope R-6 Schools 303 N. Main Pleasant Hope MO 65725

West Plains R-VII | 'Various Coaching Positions (22-23 Year)' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 8/17/2022)
West Plains R-VII has the following openings for coaching positions for the 2022-23 school year. West Plains High School Soccer - Head Girls’ Coach

Special Learning Center | 'Part-Time Certified Bus Driver' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 7/3/2022)
Looking for a part-time certified bus driver willing to drive our children on field trips and fill in as needed on route. Driver will always have a bus aide on the bus.

Nevada R-V | 'Special Education K-12 Mild Moderate' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 7/22/2022)
The Nevada R-5 School District is currently accepting certified applications for the position of SPED Teacher for the 2022-2023 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: Valid Missouri teaching certificate for position assigned. FOR MORE INFORMATION: To be considered for this position, please submit completed certified staff application, college transcripts, three letters of reference and resume to: Nevada R-5 School District Position: Special-Ed K-12 Teacher 811 West Hickory Nevada, MO 64772 Phone: (417)448-2000 For questions and inquiry about the positions please email Scott Myers Director of Special Services: smyers@nevada.k12.mo.us

Nevada R-V | 'High School Spanish Teacher' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (revised 7/22/2022)
The Nevada R-5 School District is currently accepting certified applications for the position of Spanish Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year at the High School level. 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: Valid Missouri teaching certificate for position assigned. FOR MORE INFORMATION: To be considered for this position, please submit completed certified staff application, college transcripts, three letters of reference and resume to: Nevada R-5 School District Position: High School Spanish Teacher 811 West Hickory Nevada, MO 64772 Phone: (417)448-2000

Ozark R-VI | 'Teacher-Physical Education (Elementary)' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/12/2022)
OZARK R-VI SCHOOLS JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Baccalaureate Degree in Education 2. Appropriate certification in their teaching field 3. Ability to communicate effectively 4. Basic Technological Skills REPORTS TO: Building Principal JOB GOAL: To provide students of the Ozark R-VI District with educational instruction which will foster and accelerate their intellectual, physical, social and career development. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences. 2. Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs. 3. Assists in assessing changing curricular needs and offers plans for improvement. 4. Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures including electronic formats. 5. Provides a positive environment in which students are encouraged to be actively engaged in the learning process. 6. Communicates effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, parents, and other professionals on a regular basis. 7. Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment. 8. Models professional and ethical standards as directed in board policy when dealing with students, parents, peers, and community. 9. Ensures that student growth and achievement is continuous and appropriate for age group, subject area, and/or program classification. 10. Establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships with students, parents, and school staff. 11. Participates in training opportunities as established by building principal. 12. Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: following meeting protocol, honoring schedules, meeting collaborative assignment deadlines. 13. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by their supervisor. All work responsibilities are subject to having performance goals and/or targets established as part of the teacher evaluation process. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to move around in the instructional area TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Base annual contract of nine months as per approved school calendar; compensation as per adopted salary schedule. TYPE OF POSITION: Exempt EVALUATION: All teachers will be evaluated annually by their building administrator APPROVED BY SCHOOL BOARD: February 21, 2019

Special Learning Center | 'Substitute ECSE Para or Teacher' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 7/6/2022)
The Special Learning Center (SLC) is currently accepting applications or resumes for substitute teachers and substitute paras in an Early Childhood Special Education classroom. Available hours are approximately 8:00 a.m. to noon, Mondays through Thursdays as needed. Must be willing to take direction and have a love for children. Substitutes work in coordination with the classroom teacher and other paras in the room. SLC is a private, not for profit agency which provides both educational and therapy services to children with developmental delays and disabilities throughout central Missouri. Contact Carol Schell 573-634-3070 or cschell@speciallearningcenter.com to request an application or for additional information.

Special Learning Center | 'ECSE Teacher's Aide or Para' | 'Early Childhood (B-3)' -- (revised 9/9/2022)
The Special Learning Center (SLC) is currently accepting applications or resumes for a part-time teacher's aide or paraprofessional in an Early Childhood Special Education classroom. Hours are approximately 8:00 a.m. to noon, Mondays through Thursdays. Must be willing to take direction and have a love for children. Paraprofessionals work in coordination with the classroom teacher and other paras in the room. SLC is a private, not for profit agency which provides both educational and therapy services to children with developmental delays and disabilities throughout central Missouri. Contact Carol Schell 573-634-3070 or cschell@speciallearningcenter.com to request an application or for additional information.

MO Div of Youth Services | 'VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR' | 'Vocational' -- (revised 8/18/2022)
The Northwest Regional Division of Youth Services is in need of a Regional Vocational Instructor. The successful candidate would be teaching and building interests of the students in a variety of vocational activities. The Northwest Region has 6 facilities throughout Northwest Missouri. You would be based out of the nearest facility to your home and provide transportation to the other facilities. This is a fulltime position with great benefits including health insurance, annual leave, sick leave, 12 paid holidays and MOSERS retirement. For more information email David.L.Brown@dss.mo.gov or call 816-889-3864.

Mound City R-II | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/1/2022)
The Mound City R-2 School district is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Qualifications for the position include: 60 hours of college credit preferred or have passed the Paraprofessional Assessment and successful completion of a background check. The qualified candidate should have effective problem solving and communication skills, be innovative and flexible, and have appropriate student engagement skills. Previous experience in school is preferred. The Mound City R-2 School District is an equal opportunity employer. The position will remain open until filled.

MO Div of Youth Services | 'TEACHER' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/18/2022)
Riverbend Treatment Center (RBTC) looking to fill 2 teaching positions. RBTC is an all male facility in the Division of Youth Services located in St. Joseph, Missouri. Our teachers meet the educational needs of at least 10-12 students with the help of an Educational Youth Specialist . Special Education certification is preferred although all certifications will be considered. This is a fulltime position with great benefits including health insurance, annual Leave, sick leave, 12 paid holidays and MOSERS retirement. For more information email David.L.Brown@dss.mo.gov or call 816-889-3864.

MO Div of Youth Services | 'TEACHER' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 8/18/2022)
Watkins Mill Park Camp looking to fill 3 teaching positions. WMPC is a Division of Youth Services facility located in Lawson, Missouri. Our teachers meet the educational needs of at least 12 students with the help of an Educational Youth Specialist. Special Education certification is preferred although all certifications will be considered. This is a fulltime position with great benefits including health insurance, annual Leave, sick leave, 12 paid holidays and MOSERS retirement. For more information email David.L.Brown@dss.mo.gov or call 816-889-3864.

McDonald Co. R-I | 'Jr. High Science Teacher' | 'Science' -- (revised 8/22/2022)
Missouri Certified Science Teacher for Grades 7 and 8

Leopold R-III | 'High School Cross Country Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/8/2022)
Leopold R-III has an opening for a head high school cross country coach for fall 2022 season. All candidates must fulfill all of the MSHSAA requirements for a head coach. Further information and applications are available on the school website (leopold.k12.mo.us). Interested applicants please send your application, resume, and reference letters to: Matt Britt, Superintendent, Leopold R-III School District, 16797 MainStreet, P. O. Box 39, Leopold, MO 63760. Applications can also be emailed to mbritt@leopold.k12.mo.us. If you have further questions, please contact the school at 573-238-2211

Norwood R-I | 'High School Assistant Baseball (Coaching)' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
The Norwood R-1 School District is now accepting applications for the position of HS assistant baseball coach for the 2022-2023 school year. A minimum of 60 hours is required for this duty. Please email a resume and 2 letters of recommendation to Shane Chadwell, Athletic Director, at schadwell@norwood.k12.mo.us. Position open until filled. Any questions please call 417-746-4101 ext. 107

MO Div of Youth Services | 'Classroom Teacher' | 'Middle School (5-9)' -- (revised 7/26/2022)
Watkins Mill Park Camp a Division of Youth Services facility located near Lawson, MO, is looking to fill 3 teaching positions. Watkins Mill Park Camp has both males and females. Teachers will be meeting the educational needs of no more then 12 students with the assistance of a youth specialist (classroom para). All certifications will be considered. This is a fulltime benefit position with health insurance, vacation and sick leave, and MOSERS retirement.

Clinton | 'Coaching/Sponsors' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 9/13/2022)
Clinton High School: Coach - Boys Tennis - Head Clinton Middle School: Coach - Wrestling - Assistant All teaching areas will be considered when filling these positions.  The District will also consider applicants without a teaching certificate.  Please apply on our district website at:  https://clintonsd.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx. Thank you!

Branson R-IV | 'Speech Language Pathologist/Speech Language Pathologist Assistant for Early Childhood Special Education' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 7/28/2022)
Applicant must have valid and appropriate Missouri licensure as an SLP or SLP-A through the Board of Healing Arts. As a political subdivision, employer, recipient of federal funds, and educational institution, the Board of Education is prohibited from, and hereby declares a policy against engaging in unlawful discrimination, including harassment creating a hostile environment, on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, or use of leave protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act, in its programs, activities, and with regard to employment. The Board is an equal opportunity employer.

Hayti R-II | 'Middle School Math Teacher' | 'Mathematics' -- (revised 8/8/2022)
The Hayti R-II School District is seeking applicants for a High School Math teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Excellent benefits package and starting salary of $35,000. Applications may be obtained online(haytir2.org) or contact Gerald Pickering with any questions at 573-359-6500 ext. 1102. In addition, there are a variety of coaching positions available. Also, Hayti R-II School District will operate on a 4 day school week starting the 2022-2023 academic school year. This job will consist of teaching lower level math (7th-8th) and also a study skill course.

MO Div of Youth Services | 'Classroom Teacher' | 'Education' -- (revised 8/18/2022)
Waverly Regional Youth Center in is looking to fill two classroom teaching positions. These positions would include teaching all core subjects to 10-12 male youth at our residential facility. WRYC is a Division of Youth Services facility located in Waverly, MO. Special Education certification is a plus, but not required. All DESE approved teaching certifications are acceptable. For more information email David.L.Brown@dss.mo.gov or call 660-493-2272 and ask for Dixie.

Cape Girardeau Public Schools | 'Substitute Teachers' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/10/2022)
The Cape Girardeau Public School District is seeking qualified candidates to become a part of our dedicated substitute teaching team. Compensation: The compensation of substitute teachers is approved annually by the Board. Substitutes will be paid only for the days they teach. All substitutes will be paid $110 per full day and $55.00 per half day. When substitutes have completed all necessary paperwork, training requirements and begin to work in the District, they will receive a $50.00 remuneration, in their first paycheck, to help cover eligibility fees. Substitute Incentive Plan: Substitute 10 days a month = $100 Substitute 10 days a month for 7 months = $100 Substitutes must work a full day to qualify, two half days can be combined to qualify as a full day. Long-term substitute assignments are not eligible for this incentive plan. Substitute Certification: For information regarding how to obtain substitute certification, visit the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Substitute Teacher Processes website.

Cooper Co. R-IV | 'Cooper County R-IV' | 'Counselor- Elementary' -- (revised 7/24/2022)
Cooper County R-IV has an opening for a school counselor. This position could be full or part time. The job is to provide instructional process with specific responsibilities for implementing the three components of Missouri Comprehensive Guidance Program: Personal/Social Development, Academic, Academic Development and Career Development. Applications are available on the District website at bunceton.k12.mo.us. Qualified and interested candidates can contact Jessica Huth at jhuth@bunceton.k12.mo.us or 660-427-5344.

Cole Co. R-V | 'Coaching' | 'High School' -- (revised 8/22/2022)
The Cole County R-V School District is accepting applicants for coaching positions in the 2022-2023 school year. - Assistant Baseball - Assistant Track & Field Requirements include the ability to work under a team concept with appropriate communication skills and organizational skills, have the ability to work with students, teachers, and administrators, and knowledge and ability in the sport in which applying for. Cole R-V is located in Eugene, a rural community conveniently located along Highway 54 between Lake of the Ozarks and Jefferson City, with a 7-12 enrollment of 302 students. We offer small class sizes with few discipline problems, and a family-like atmosphere. Cole R-V was recently named the 2020-2021 MARE Rural School District of the Year.

Leopold R-III | 'Softball Coach' | 'High School' -- (revised 9/8/2022)
Leopold R-III has an opening for a head softball coach for spring 2023 season. All candidates must fulfill all of the MSHSAA requirements for a head coach. Further information and applications are available on the school website (leopold.k12.mo.us). Interested applicants please send your application, resume, and reference letters to: Matt Britt, Superintendent, Leopold R-III School District, P. O. Box 39, Leopold, MO 63760. Applications can also be emailed to mbritt@leopold.k12.mo.us. If you have further questions, please contact the school at 573-238-2211

Twin Rivers R-X | 'Speech/Language Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/16/2022)
The Twin Rivers R-10 School District has a opening for 2022-2023 school year for Speech/Language Pathologist. Requirements: Valid Missouri Speech and Language Specialist teaching certificate and/or be eligible for certification and/or have a Master's degree and State Licensure in Speech/Language, CCC/SLP.

Gallatin R-V | '10-12 High School Science' | 'Science' -- (revised 8/24/2022)
Gallatin R-V School District is seeking a full-time Science teacher for the 2023-2024 school year for an immediate opening in the high school. Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy will be primary responsibilities. Qualified candidates will be responsible for planning lessons, carrying out effective instruction, evaluating student progress, and maintaining classroom management to ensure student engagement and learning. Applicants must possess Missouri Certification and pass a criminal background check. A completed application packet includes the following items: 1) A completed district application, 2) A current resume and letter of interest in the position, 3) A copy of all teaching certificates, 4) A copy of all college transcripts, and 5) A minimum of three (3) letters of reference. Completed application packets or specific questions regarding the position should be directed to Brent Burke, High School Principal at bburke@gallatin.k12.mo.us. To obtain an application, please visit our website at: http://www.gallatin.k12.mo.us under the “District” tab and then select “Employment”. Application deadline will be posted until the position is filled and coaching positions are available.

Cooper Co. R-IV | 'K-12 Counselor' | 'Counselor- Secondary' -- (revised 7/24/2022)
Cooper County R-IV School District is accepting applications for a Counseling position opening for the 2022-2023 school year. This individual could also have a possibility to coaching. Applicants must hold a valid Missouri teaching certificate. Applications are available through the District Website at www.bunceton.k12.mo.us. Interested candidates may contact Principal Jessica Huth at jhuth@bunceton.k12.mo.us or (660) 427-5344.

Montgomery Co. R-II | 'Montgomery County High School Spanish Teacher' | 'Foreign Languages- Spanish' -- (revised 8/26/2022)
Montgomery County High School is seeking applicants for the High School Spanish Teacher position for the 2023-2024 school year. Montgomery County High School utilizes the four-day student attendance week as part of the Montgomery County R-II School District. Montgomery County High School uses 1:1 technology with Chrome Books.

Concordia R-II | 'Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/22/2022)
To Whom Responsible: Director of Special Services For What Responsible: To assist the teacher to provide a well-organized, smoothly functioning environment in which students can take full advantage of the instructional program and available resource materials. Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED. 60 hours of college credit or a passing score on the Paraprofessional Praxis exam. Possession of knowledge, skills, abilities, and necessary physical attributes necessary to perform the essentials functions of the position. Alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate or acceptable. Primary Responsibilities: Confer with teacher to derive information about student(s) May work with student(s) on a one-on-one basis by providing them undivided attention Implement behavioral plans to meet students’ needs for social, educational, cognitive, mental and physical development Respond quickly to emergency situations such as injuries or medical issues Observe and evaluate student(s) and provide feedback to parents and teachers Assist student(s) with carrying out classroom activities Implement age appropriate activities and monitor safety throughout Help in maintaining a clean and organized classroom Assist with toileting needs Maintain appropriate classroom discipline Ensure that student(s) retain information by repeating information constantly and practicing patience Assists with supervision of students during emergency drills, assemblies, and field trips Assist the student(s) at lunch, recess, and all “special classes” Maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about student(s) as is expected of the teacher Demonstrate effective human relations and communication skills Adhere to all district rules, regulations, and policies Other duties as required or assigned Terms of Employment: Salary and work year to be established by the Board Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated by the immediate supervisor. Job Contact Information Name Jenny Greer Title Director of Special Services Phone 660-463-7235 Email jgreer@concordia.k12.mo.us

MO Div of Youth Services | 'Classroom Teacher' | 'Education' -- (revised 8/18/2022)
Division of Youth services has an opening for two classroom teachers at Riverbend Treatment Center in St. Joseph MO. This position would include teaching all core classes to 10 to 12 male students in a residential facility. Special education certification is preferred but not required. All DESE approved teaching certifications will be considered. For more Information call Lisa at 816-387-2917 or email David.L.Brown@dss.mo.gov.

Norborne R-VIII | 'Coaching - High School Girls Basketball' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 7/25/2022)
The Norborne R-VIII School District is accepting applications for the following coaching positions: Junior High Football and High School Girls Basketball. Contact Jennifer Courtney at jcourtney@norborneschools.com for more information.

Macks Creek R-V | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Elementary' -- (revised 8/3/2022)
The Macks Creek R-V School District has an opening for the position of Para-Professional for the 2022-2023 school year. Qualifications include a minimum of 60 College Hours from an institution recognized by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education or passing the ParaPro Assessment. Prior experience working with children is preferred. Applicants should be hard-working, patient, flexible, and enthusiastic about teaching and learning. The base salary for this position is $16,000 and includes a partially board-paid benefit package for 165 days of service during the school year. Applications for support staff are available on the district website at http://www.mackscreekpirates.org. Complete applications may be mailed to Dr. Jori Phillips at 245 State Road N, Macks Creek, MO or sent via email to joriphillips@mackscreekpirates.org. The position will remain open until filled.

Sheldon R-VIII | 'Speech Pathologist Assistant' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/20/2022)
Sheldon R-VIII is accepting applications for the position of Speech Pathologist Assistant for the 2022-23 school year. Please submit application and resume to Jason Irwin, Superintendent, Sheldon R-VIII School, 100 E Gene Lathrop Dr., Sheldon, MO 64784.

Steelville R-III | 'Paraprofessional' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/1/2022)
The Steelville R-III School District is in search of a special education paraprofessional. The District requires 60 or more college credit hours for this position. Requirements of the position: paraprofessional will be assigned to assist special education students, follow Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) plans throughout the school day, assist classroom teachers throughout the school day, be a participant in Professional Learning Communities and professional developmental activities during and/or after school, and other duties as assigned.

Northeast Nodaway Co. R-V | 'Business Teacher' | 'Business' -- (revised 7/11/2022)
Northeast Nodaway has an opening for the 2022-23 school year for a 7-12 business teacher. This position could be full time or part-time. Qualified candidates will have a business ed degree or willing to obtain certification.

Sheldon R-VIII | 'Speech Pathologist' | 'Speech/Language Specialist' -- (revised 9/20/2022)
Sheldon R-VIII is accepting applications for the position of Speech Pathologist for the 2022-23 school year. Please submit application and resume to Jason Irwin, Superintendent, Sheldon R-VIII School, 100 E Gene Lathrop Dr., Sheldon, MO 64784.

Mirabile C-1 | 'Licensed Speech Pathologist ' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/8/2022)
The Mirabile C-1 School District is looking for a part-time dedicated Speech/Language Pathologist for the 2022-23 academic year. The Mirabile C-1 School District is a K-8 elementary school in North Central Missouri serving approximately 40 students. For more information and to apply for this position, please call Linda Storey, Superintendent or Katy Habrock, School Board Secretary at 816-586-4129. Application deadline: open until filled.

Leopold R-III | 'Assistant Basketball Coach' | 'Coach (All Positions)' -- (revised 7/12/2022)
Leopold R-III School District is accepting applications for the assistant high school and junior high basketball coaching position for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants should have completed or be able to complete the qualifications for an assistant coach as listed in section 3.1.4.b of the MSHSAA handbook before the beginning of the season. Interested applicants should contact Mr. Matt Britt at mbritt@leopold.k12.mo.us. There is not a teaching position with this job.

Moniteau Co. R-I | 'Special Education Paraprofessional' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/19/2022)
The Moniteau County R-1 School District (California, MO) is currently accepting applications for a Special Education Paraprofessional for the 2022-23 school year. The district has an opening for next year. Qualifications are 60 college hours with DESE Substitute Teacher certificate. Apply using Recruit and Hire found on the school website at www.californiak12.org and under Employment click on Employment Opportunities.

Leopold R-III | 'Assistant Volleyball Coach' | 'Middle School' -- (revised 9/27/2022)
Leopold R-III School District is accepting applications for the assistant girls junior high volleyball coaching position. Interested applicants should contact Mr. Matt Britt at mbritt@leopold.k12.mo.us. There is not a teaching position to go with the position.

Holcomb R-III | 'Spanish Interperter' | 'OTHER' -- (revised 8/17/2022)
Seeking applications for school interperter/translator. Applications may be submitted through this web site, by contacting the Office of the Superintendent or from the school web site at https://holcomb.ss20.sharpschool.com/ Mailing address: Holcomb School District 102 S Cherry Street Holcomb, MO 63852

South Callaway Co. R-II | 'Special Education Teacher' | 'Special Education (K-12)' -- (revised 9/1/2022)
The South Callaway R-II School District in Mokane has an immediate opening for a Special Education Teacher for the 2022/2023 school year. Candidates must have valid certification in the appropriate areas and successful completion of a background check.The position will remain open until filled.





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