This is a twelve month, job level 3 ($16.57/hour effective July 1), 8.0 hours/day (8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. with a half hour duty free lunch) position. The purpose of this position is to oversee the collection and submission of all medical assistance data to the Minnesota Department of Human Services and to provide information to staff and parents. Please attach a cover letter and resume to the electronic application.
This is a job level 10 ($22.77-23.12/hour effective July 1), 8 hours/day (7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. with a half hour duty free lunch), 12 month position. The primary responsibility of this position is providing technical support as well as computer and network management for six elementary schools. The specialist will work closely with the elementary school staff to develop and maintain the elementary technology plan. Please attach a cover letter, resume, and transcripts to the electronic application. Salary and all other working conditions will be in accordance with the employment agreement in effect between ISD #31 and the Bemidji Minnesota School Employees Association.
The Bemidji Regional Interdistrict Council has an opening for a full-time DCD Teacher position to be assigned to Bagley School District ISD 162.
This is a full time position.
General Definition of Work Performs difficult skilled administrative support work developing and maintaining media reports and records, providing administrative support, training and guidance for teachers in the media center, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the general direction of the Principal. Essential Functions Designs lessons for students based on information in literacy and technology skills in the Minnesota Academic Standards. Instructs students in media and technology skills. Assists and instructs students and staff in reading guidance, materials selection and use of equipment. Evaluates, selects and orders materials and equipment for the media center. Assists in the maintenance of the online public access catalog for circulation and processing library materials. Collaborates with teachers to identify and design appropriate information resources and learning strategies for students. Conducts training sessions on new technologies. Assists in the administration of the media center budget. Assign duties to the media center support staff. Participates in the planning and development of changes in the building facilities and in the opening and closing of the media center. Attends various department and district meetings. Assists with the management of public relations and community functions of the media center. Inventory and monitor IPad, laptop carts. Maintain and schedule computer labs. Additional duties as assigned by the building principal. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Thorough knowledge of professional library principles, materials and practices, thorough knowledge of prescribed school system policies and procedures; general skill operating standard computer equipment, hardware and software; ability to evaluate library programs and services and to develop improved methods; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; ability to make arithmetic computations using whole numbers, fractions and decimals; ability to compute rates, ratios and percentages; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff and vendors. Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree with coursework in teaching, or related field and moderate experience teaching, or equivalent combination of education and experience. A current Minnesota School Library Media Specialist Certificate is required. Physical Requirements This work requires the frequent exertion of up to 10 pounds of force; work regularly requires speaking or hearing, frequently requires standing, sitting, using hands to finger, handle or feel, reaching with hands and arms, lifting and repetitive motions and occasionally requires walking, climbing or balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling and pushing or pulling; work has standard vision requirements; vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels; work requires preparing and analyzing written or computer data, operating machines and observing general surroundings and activities; work has no exposure to environmental conditions; work is generally in a quiet location (e.g. library, private offices).
Position Overview (Basic Purpose of Position): Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is a program for all Minnesota families with children between the ages of birth to kindergarten entrance. The program is offered through Minnesota public school districts. ECFE is based on the idea that the family provides a child’s first and most significant learning environment and parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. ECFE works to strengthen families. ECFE’s goal is to enhance the ability of all parents and other family members to provide the best possible environment for their child’s learning and growth. Major Position Duties: REGULAR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES List of things to accomplish in job functionNECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, ABILTIES What you should know or be able to accomplish in job functionPERFORMANCE STANDARDS How will you know the job is done? 1.Provide parents and other relatives’ educational programs on parent development, parent-child relationships, early childhood development, family development and culture and community. Programs must include sensory integration and early communication skill development. 2.Child/parent structured learning activities requiring interaction between children and their parents or relatives. 3.Structured learning activities for children that promote a child’s development and positive interaction with peers (held while parents attend education classes). 4.Provide information on related Red Lake Tribal resources 5.Provide information, materials and activities that support the safety of children including prevention of child abuse and neglect. 6.Provide learning experiences that promote children’s early literacy skills. 7.Provide home visits that are designed to provide family outreach in natural environments. 8.Provide the Center Based Program that is designed for services of: A.Parent and Family class(s), weekly on 8 week rotation; B.Children and Family bi-monthly class(s) and one outreach event per quarter. 9.Collaboration with early learning staff. 10.Contact and communicate with families and administration. 11.Collaborate with Tribal based organizations. 12.Attendance at workshops and training. 13.Submit annual program data to Assistant Superintendent of Special Services by May 20th each year on forms and in the manner prescribed by the Commissioner of Education. 14.Other duties as assigned. Knowledge of: 1.Resources that are available to the family members and relatives. 2.Good verbal communication for courteous and effective interactions. 3.Structured learning activities. 4.Children safety 5.Home Visit Programs 6.Center Based Programs 7.Parents as Teachers Curriculum Skills in: 1.Communication 2.Organizing 3.Telephone and public relations etiquette 4.Office equipment 5. Providing resource information 6.Giving clear instructions and evaluating situations. Ability to: 1.Cope and deal with various problems and personalities. 2.Communicate effectively between staff, students, children, parents and members on the public. 3.Work independently. 4.Maintain confidentiality 5.Plan and organize. 1.Programs are provided to inform parents and relatives about physical, mental and emotional development of children. 2.Learning activities are structured and provide interaction. 3.Child’s development is promoted through positive interactions. 4.Red Lake Tribal resources are shared with families. 5.Early literacy skills are promoted. 6.Home Visit Programs are provided. 7.Center Based Programs are provided. 8.Effective communication is provided between staff, families, tribal organizations, and administration. 9.Workshops, trainings, and interagency Early Intervention committees are attended. 10.Annual program data is submitted.