This part time position will begin as soon as possible. The position is for 1st period (8:19 am-9:49 am) at Bemidji High School. Open Until Filled
Positions may exist for long term substitute special education teachers during the 2015-2016 school year. Applicants must be licensed in Minnesota to teach special education. Applicants that are licensed to teach in Minnesota and are eligible to obtain special education licensure are encouraged to apply. Deadline: Open Until Filled or March 31, 2016
Positions exist for long term substitute physical education teachers during the 2015-16 school year. Position 1: Elementary level approximately March 15, 2016 for six weeks. Position 2: Secondary level approximately April 15- June 7, 2016. Deadline: Open Until Filled or March 31, 2016.
Nevis Public SchoolISD 308 is seeking experienced candidates with a proven record of success in education to fill our K-12 Principal position scheduled to begin on July 1, 2016. Nevis is a growing district of approximately 600 students with a demonstrated reputation for: *Experienced professional staff members that go out of their way to ensure student success. *Tremendous community support for academics and activities. *Implementation of K-12 1 to 1 technology initiative. *Online and College in the High School Offerings. *Competitive teams in athletics, arts, and academics. *Located in the heart of the lakes area.
Edina Public Schools has a .5 FTE Speech Language Pathology position available effective January 15, 2015. This position will be located at Highlands Elementary School.
DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION for the Northwest Regional Interdistrict Council Special Education Cooperative located in northwest Minnesota. POSITION PURPOSE: Assure the smooth & efficient coordination of special education services with school districts who are members of cooperative. IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: NWRIC School Board SUPERVISORY GROUP: Superintendents of Member Districts SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: All staff and consultants hired by NWRIC #382-52 providing services to member districts. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.Policy development and implementation to assure free and appropriate public education and related due process rights to all children with disabilities within the member districts. 2.Update all Minnesota School Board Association (MSBA) mandated policies. 3.Administer and oversee the financial operations of the Cooperative. 4.Recommend an annual operating budget to the NWRIC board. 5.Assist Districts in obtaining maximum special education revenue. 6.Ensure district compliance with state and federal laws, rules and regulations pertaining to special education. 7.Maintain and monitor appropriate due process procedures and compliance for member Districts. 8.Recruitment, employment, supervision, evaluation, and management of special education personnel of the NWRIC. 9.Recommend staffing for NWRIC. 10. Coordinate consultation and technical assistance of Special Education services in districts. 11. Provides observation and input concerning special education personnel to district administrators. 12. Completion of required State and Federal Special Education reports. 13. Maintain Member Districts’ Total Special Education System (TSES) document. 14. Plan, develop, and provide professional development opportunities for NWRIC and member district staff. 15. Promote, participate in and assist in implementation of interagency collaboration. 16. Prepares contracts with other agencies to ensure the provision of a free & appropriate public education. 17. Meet with District Superintendents and Principals as needed, or requested, to provide updates in the area of Special Education. 18. Provide support services to administration and education staff in member districts. 19. Attend State Special Education meetings and Directors’ Forums in person, or online as needed to have a current understanding of all rules, regulations, and requirements pertaining to special education.