East Central Elementary is seeking a long term substitute teacher.
The Sauk Rapids-Rice Public School District No. 47 is seeking an experienced and innovative individual to provide leadership as the Director of Human Resources and Administrative Services. Located in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, minutes from downtown St. Cloud and approximately an hour northwest of the Twin Cities, the Sauk Rapids-Rice School District is the focal point of the Sauk Rapids and Rice communities and provides quality programs to approximately 4,500 students by more than 600 staff members. ISD 47 believes in: *Creating a culture of academic achievement by engaging students and parents; *Preparing all students for post-secondary and career success; and *Fostering an informed and supportive public through increased communication and outreach. Essential Functions of the Job: *Administer human resource functions including employee relations, benefits and insurance, payroll, recruitment and selection, discipline, risk management, substitute management, training and development, job evaluation and compensation / pay equity, worker’s compensation, issues related to the Health Insurance Transparency and Affordable Care Acts, and related activities *Serve as chief negotiator with employee groups. Consult with Superintendent and his/her designee(s) regarding financial limitations, and recommending tentative agreements for School Board approval *Implement, administer and interpret labor contracts, while coordinating grievance decisions and arbitration processes as necessary *Recommend to the Superintendent and School Board final selection of candidates for hire *Attend School Board meetings and present administrative recommendations on various human resource issues as appropriate *Assist in budget preparation as it relates to human resources *Provide human resources support and oversight to principals and other administrators for some or all of the following functions: recruitment and selection, labor/employee relations; job classification and compensation; employee performance, policies and procedures, substitute teacher employment; and communications *Provide administrative review and recommendation for tenured teachers in need of assistance *Develop and/or implement district-wide evaluations for all employees *Serve as the District’s Human Rights Officer *Serve as the District’s representative at unemployment hearings, unrequested leave hearings, grievance meetings, mediation, arbitration and lawsuits that involve personnel issues *Assist with and/or develop, monitor, evaluate, and support new employee orientation programs as appropriate *Develop and monitor salary budget across the District, while updating and maintaining staffing reports *Serve as the District’s leader in all employee relations and labor relations issues *Prepare and complete required state and federal reports related to employment and employees *Assign, direct, train and review staff work *Provide recommendations regarding hiring, rewarding, transferring, promoting, suspending, terminating and demoting employees *Evaluate performance and develops staff schedules in coordination with other school administrators *Develop, review and maintain job descriptions for all employees *Provides analysis and counsel on legal and compliance agreements *Manage, investigate and resolve employee concerns and grievances *Prepare and maintain employee records *Oversee the development and administration of policies, procedures, programs, and both goals and objectives *Establish and maintain effective working relationships with school officials, associates and the general public *Provide leadership and is responsible for all data retention policies and procedures including conversion to electronic files *Ability to adjust or recommend adjustment of employee grievances as appropriate within established organizational policies *Ability to coordinate the Department’s operations and activities; coordinate matters affecting other departments with those affected; cooperate with other departments on matters of organization-wide and/or mutual concern *Coordinate recruitment and retention efforts working with colleges and universities to bring a diverse pool of candidates to the Sauk Rapids-Rice School District *Supervise the District’s employee assistance and student assistance programs to provide information and resources as appropriate *Other duties or tasks may be assigned on an as-needed basis Deadline: Applications accepted online at www.isd47.org/employment until filled. Applications will be reviewed beginning November 1, 2016. Note: Candidates must pass a criminal background check in order to be eligible for employment.
Join a forward-looking, highly motivated team using cutting-edge technology to inspire dreams, build integrity, and instill hope in the leaders of tomorrow. North Branch Area High School is looking for a Business Teacher beginning 2nd Trimester (December 2016). You will primarily be working with business technology and web based classes. This is a permanent position.
1.0FTE position located at the Delano school district, #0879. The Special Education Coordinator/Supervisor develops and coordinates the Cooperative and district child study system to assure all students with disabilities are served appropriately. This includes staff recruitment, monitoring compliance of due process procedures, orientation and staff development, curriculum and program design and implementation, management functions related to assigned districts, activities and staff. Staff includes teachers and assistants and other related and support service personnel as assigned.
1.0 FTE Position available for the 2016-17 school year. Location: Village Ranch Alternative Program located in Cokato, MN. DCD instruction with Program Due Process support.
Big Lake Schools is seeking a FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) head coach. This person will serve as a lead coordinator and mentor for the FRC team. In this role, the coach will be supported by a team of volunteer mentors. The coach is in charge of scheduling events and build sessions, coordinating with the school and families to accommodate and avoid conflicts. The coach is also the finance coordinator, ensuring that the team works within its budget and takes necessary steps to find minimum funding. Most importantly, the coach is focused on the development of the participating students through ongoing mentoring, training’s, and providing opportunities for leadership. The primary goal of the program is to prepare all students for future STEM careers through enriching, empowering experiences. An excellent candidate will have strong leadership skills, work well with a team of volunteers, be an effective teacher and mentor to students, and be an active communicator connecting our many stakeholders. Technical skills are not necessary, but a willingness to learn the core components and approaches to design is essential.