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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Anticipated Professional Development/Curriculum Coordinator (Andover)JP5407

Position Type:
  Administration, School Leaders & Curriculum/Professional Development/Curriculum Coordinator

Location:
  BOCES Wide

Supervisor: 
Program Manager for Professional Development / Curriculum Coordination

Description: Selected candidate will research, plan and implement professional development/training to teachers and administrators within BOCES and/or component school districts. Employees in this title provide curriculum coordination in support of the New York State teaching standards and may have significant influence over curricular programs in the district they serve. This position will be assigned 0.6 FTE with Andover Central School District and 0.4 FTE with CA BOCES Professional Development. Experience in curriculum, instruction, and assessment preferred.


Performance Responsibilities:

  1. Planning, coordinating and implementation of New York State Next Generation Learning Standards within each education program as assigned. Assist with aligning standards, curriculum and assessments.
  2. Research, develop and recommend professional development for teachers and/or administrators with educational related needs as assigned.
  3. Serve as consultant to districts, design and offer professional development/curriculum programs as needed by districts and/or BOCES.
  4. Develop and present teacher and/or administrator specific trainings for the purposes of achieving education goals of the district and/or BOCES.
  5. Remain current with various state and national education standards and best practices. Act as liaison to interpret NYSED policy and curricular changes to component districts and/or BOCES.
  6. Continually evaluates education programs integrating technology into all aspects of management and presentations. Facilitates & trains teachers in the use of technology in the classroom.
  7. Provide professional development and curriculum and instructional leadership in collaboration with Program Manager and component district administrators.
  8. Identify professional development needs of teachers and/or administrators and coordinate activities to meet those needs in collaboration with the Program Manager and component district administrators.
  9. Serve as facilitator to move educational group through changes, team building and planning, problem-solving and conflict resolution.
  10. Assist Program Manager with recruiting, interviewing and recommending candidates for open positions of Instructional Support Staff.
  11. Assist with planning and recommending budget needs for department and/or component district considering such factors as revenue, expenses, state & federal grants and programming needs.
  12. Provide guidance to teachers using data that is utilized to improve and differentiate instruction.
  13. Observe instructional and/or administrative staff and make recommendations regarding teacher and/or principal effectiveness as related to APPR.
  14. Assist in developing and implementing teacher and/or principal improvement plans.
  15. Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Program Manager.
$63,500 Commensurate w/Administrative Experience
Building Principal - AnticipatedJP5379

Position: Administration, School Leaders & Curriculum/Building Principal - Anticipated

Division: Career & Technical Education 

Reports to: Assistant Superintendent for Career & Technical Education

Supervises: Career and Technical Education Instructors, Career and Technical Education and Special Education Students, and Career and Technical Clerical Support Staff.

Description: The Building Principal provides the supervision and administration necessary to insure and promote the educational development of all students. The Building Principal has a strong vision for creating continuous growth for all students and the ability to establish and maintain an effective learning climate in the school.  The Building Principal is a clear, transparent communicator who keeps staff, students, and the community informed about what is going on organizationally and in the building.  A Building Principal shall possess a leadership style built upon integrity, trust, enthusiasm, compassion and strong relationships with all members of the school and community. 

Performance Responsibilities: 

  1. Establish and maintain an effective learning climate in the school.
  2. Initiate, design, and implement programs to meet specific needs of various student groups; i.e. vocational, special education, adult, etc.
  3. Participate in the development, determination, and monitoring of instructional programs. Assists in the development, revision, and evaluation of curriculum.
  4. Establish guidelines for proper student conduct and student disciple.
  5. Maintain accurate records on student progress, attendance, conduct, and health.
  6. Supervise the counseling programs to enhance individual student education and development.
  7. Participate in the selection , training, assigning, and evaluation of the professional teaching staff.
  8. Assist in the in-service orientation and training of teachers.
  9. Recommend, according to established procedures, the removal of a teacher whose performance is unsatisfactory.
  10. Conduct regular staff meetings to keep faculty informed of policy and/or procedure changes, new programs, etc.
  11. Supervise the cleaning of the building and grounds, insuring required records and reports are completed and maintained. Establish schedules for maintenance, cleaning, and security
  12. Supervise the daily use of the school facilities for both academic and nonacademic purposes. Coordinate the utilization of the building with all concerned groups. This includes Exceptional Education, Central Administration, I.S.S., and Adult Education.
  13. Responsible for security, fire, health, and safety procedures of assigned center or buildings. Plan ans supervise fire drills and emergency preparedness programs in conjunction with the Program Manager for Safety and Health.
  14. Maintain and control various local funds generated by student activities.
  15. Assist in the preparation and management of the Career and Technical building budget. Provides monthly accounting and reporting to the Assistant Superintendent for Career and Technical Education.
  16. Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent for CTE.

 

Per BASSA Contract
Coordinator for Exceptional Education PD & SupportJP5382

COORDINATOR FOR EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT

REPORTS TO:

Program Manager for Professional Development/Curriculum Coordination

SUPERVISES:

Assists with the observation/supervision of instructional and/or administrative staff in collaboration with program manager and component school district administrators as related to teacher and/or principal effectiveness.

JOB FUNCTION:

Researching, planning, and implementing exceptional education-related professional development, training, and technical assistance to teachers and administrators within BOCES and/or component school districts.  Provides curriculum coordination in support of the New York State teaching standards and New York State regulations and guidelines for special education.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Planning, coordinating and implementation of common core within each education program as assigned with a focus on exceptional education.  Assist with aligning standards, curriculum and assessments and working with general and special education leaders and teachers on supporting students with exceptional needs.
  2. Research, develop and recommend professional development for teachers and/or administrators with educational related needs as assigned.
  3. Serve as consultant to districts, design and offer professional development/curriculum programs as needed by districts and/or BOCES.
  4. Develop and present teacher and/or administrator specific trainings for the purposes of achieving exceptional education goals of the district and/or BOCES.
  5. Remain current with various state and national education standards and best practices.  Act as liaison to interpret NYSED policy and curricular changes to component districts and/or BOCES with an emphasis on exceptional education.
  6. Continually evaluates education programs integrating technology into all aspects of management and presentations.  Facilitates & trains teachers in the use of technology in the classroom.
  7. Provide professional development and curriculum and instructional leadership in collaboration with Program Manager and component district administrators.
  8. Identify professional development needs of teachers and/or administrators and coordinate activities to meet those needs in collaboration with the Program Manager and component district administrators.
  9. Serve as facilitator to move educational group through changes, team building and planning, problem solving and conflict resolution.
  10. Assist Program Manager with recruiting, interviewing and recommending candidates for open positions of Instructional Support Staff.
  11. Assist with planning and recommending budget needs for department and/or component district considering such factors as revenue, expenses, state & federal grants and programming needs.
  12. Provide guidance to teachers using data that is utilized to improve and differentiate instruction.
  13. Observe instructional and/or administrative staff and make recommendations regarding teacher and/or principal effectiveness as related to APPR.
  14. Assist in developing and implementing teacher and/or principal improvement plans.
  15. Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Program Manager.

EVALUATION:

Annually, by the Program Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

12 month position

TENURE AREA:

Professional Development & Curriculum Coordinator

 

Starting from $63,500
Coordinator for Exceptional Education PD & Support (Olean)JP5383

COORDINATOR FOR EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT

REPORTS TO:

Program Manager for Professional Development/Curriculum Coordination

SUPERVISES:

Assists with the observation/supervision of instructional and/or administrative staff in collaboration with program manager and component school district administrators as related to teacher and/or principal effectiveness.

JOB FUNCTION:

Researching, planning, and implementing exceptional education-related professional development, training, and technical assistance to teachers and administrators within BOCES and/or component school districts.  Provides curriculum coordination in support of the New York State teaching standards and New York State regulations and guidelines for special education. This position will be assigned 0.8 FTE in the Olean School District.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Planning, coordinating and implementation of common core within each education program as assigned with a focus on exceptional education.  Assist with aligning standards, curriculum and assessments and working with general and special education leaders and teachers on supporting students with exceptional needs.
  2. Research, develop and recommend professional development for teachers and/or administrators with educational related needs as assigned.
  3. Serve as consultant to districts, design and offer professional development/curriculum programs as needed by districts and/or BOCES.
  4. Develop and present teacher and/or administrator specific trainings for the purposes of achieving exceptional education goals of the district and/or BOCES.
  5. Remain current with various state and national education standards and best practices.  Act as liaison to interpret NYSED policy and curricular changes to component districts and/or BOCES with an emphasis on exceptional education.
  6. Continually evaluates education programs integrating technology into all aspects of management and presentations.  Facilitates & trains teachers in the use of technology in the classroom.
  7. Provide professional development and curriculum and instructional leadership in collaboration with Program Manager and component district administrators.
  8. Identify professional development needs of teachers and/or administrators and coordinate activities to meet those needs in collaboration with the Program Manager and component district administrators.
  9. Serve as facilitator to move educational group through changes, team building and planning, problem solving and conflict resolution.
  10. Assist Program Manager with recruiting, interviewing and recommending candidates for open positions of Instructional Support Staff.
  11. Assist with planning and recommending budget needs for department and/or component district considering such factors as revenue, expenses, state & federal grants and programming needs.
  12. Provide guidance to teachers using data that is utilized to improve and differentiate instruction.
  13. Observe instructional and/or administrative staff and make recommendations regarding teacher and/or principal effectiveness as related to APPR.
  14. Assist in developing and implementing teacher and/or principal improvement plans.
  15. Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Program Manager.

EVALUATION:

Annually, by the Program Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

12 month position

TENURE AREA:

Professional Development & Curriculum Coordinator

 

Starting from $63,500

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

The Cattaraugus-Allegany-Erie-Wyoming Board of Cooperative Educational Services does not discriminate on the basis of an individual’s actual or perceived race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, gender (sex), military status, veteran status, domestic violence victim status or political identity, gender expression, and religious practices or any other basis prohibited by New York State and/or federal non-discrimination laws in employment or its programs and activities. The District provides equal access to community and youth organizations. Inquiries regarding the District’s non-discrimination policies should be directed to: Non-Discrimination / Anti-Harassment