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Choral Teacher

Tallassee High School

VACANCY ANNOUNCED: CHORAL TEACHER 

Qualifications: Applicants must hold a valid Alabama Teaching Certificate with proper certification to teach high school Choral. 

Salary:  In accordance with the State of Alabama Salary Schedule

Closing date: Until position is filled

Apply to : Tallassee City Board of Education  308 King Street Tallassee, Al 36078  (334-)283-6864

                www.tcschools.com or Teach in Alabama

 

Tallassee City Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer. 

 


Gifted Teacher/Specialist

Southside Middle School

Tallassee City Board of Education Job Vacancy

 

Job Title: Gifted and Talented Teacher


Reports to: Principal of Assigned Campus (es) and GT Coordinator

Dept/School: Special Education/Southside Middle School

Work Year: 187 days

Base Salary: Teacher Pay Scale

PRIMARY PURPOSE: 
To assist G/T Coordinator in implementing an effective Gifted and Talented program for the district within the framework of the philosophy and objectives established by Board policy, consistent with the statues and standards of regulatory agencies, and in accordance with established regulations and procedures.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:   

       

Certification:
Required:

Elementary/Secondary certification- Alabama State Dept. of Education


Preferred:
Gifted and Talented Certification

*Be willing to enroll in school and obtain Gifted Certification
 
Special Knowledge/Skills:
- Demonstrates an understanding of program and curriculum design for gifted and

  talented students
- Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with parents/guardians and other

  professionals to meet the social, emotional, and cognitive needs of gifted and talented

  students.
- Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills

- Strong instructional technology background  

- Experience working in Assist and writing school ACIP.
 
Experience
- Three or more years of classroom experience is required
- Experience with gifted and talented students is preferred
  


MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:


Instruction

- Provide instruction for students identified as gifted and talented.
- Provide support to classroom teachers by assisting in identifying, locating, assessing,      

  and nurturing gifted and potentially gifted students, as well as differentiating curriculum

  and instruction for teachers.
- Assist the coordinator in supporting principals, counselors, instructional coaches, and

  classroom teachers to meet the needs of identified gifted and talented students.
 
Gifted and Talented Department Responsibilities
- Administer tests used for identification of potentially gifted and talented students.
- Serve on district identification committees.
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and forms
- Exhibit a high level of ethics and confidentiality in regards to student and teacher        

  records and classroom performance.

- Attend all district and state level gifted meetings

- Write Gifted Education Plans and serve on acceleration committees

Communication
- Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with students,

  parents, teachers, counselors, and principals.
- Provide professional development in assigned schools to help school personnel identify

  and understand the needs of gifted and talented students.

 

Other Duties

- Collaborate with the principal and school staff to help develop a rich learning culture

- Be willing to work other duties i.e. athletic event gates, school dances, etc.…

- Work with building principal to develop the school ACIP

- Serve on committees as needed

- Sponsor yearbook club

- Sponsor robotics club


Part-time Behavioral Specialist

Tallassee City Schools

Job Title: Behavioral Specialist (BCBA)


Reports to: Special Education Coordinator

Department: Special Education

Work Year: 202 days; Part-time

(This is a split position with a neighboring LEA, 101 Days with each system. Each system will be responsible for ½ salary and ½ benefits)

Base Salary: $40,000-$42,000

PRIMARY PURPOSE: 
To assist Special Education Coordinator(s) in implementing an effective behavioral support program for the district within the framework of the philosophy and objectives established by Board policy, consistent with the statutes and standards of regulatory agencies, and in accordance with established regulations and procedures.

 

Qualifications:   

  • Applicant should have a Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis from a regionally accredited college or university or a Certification in Education
  • A highly qualified candidate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavior Analysis or in a related field with an emphasis in Behavior Analysis and certification in Behavior Analysis may be considered
  • Must have a minimum of three (3) years of applicable experience working as a Nationally Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Must have experience in assisting parents in-home setting
  • Must have the ability to analyze data and write BIPs that teach replacement behaviors, and identifying behaviors that need to be increased as well as behaviors that need to decrease

 

Duties:

  • Designs, implements, and provides follow up behavior management programs for students to remediate behavioral and social problems that are consistent with the total educational philosophy and goals of the Tallassee City School System, its reciprocal LEA for the funding of this position, and their respective Boards of Education
  • Continues professional growth through attending educational meetings, visiting related facilities, reading related literature, and exchanging ideas among district staff
  • Works in coordination with other special education teachers and administrators in planning and developing the Individualized Education Program. (IEP)
  • Works as a team member in the development and implementation of inclusion procedures
  • Participates as a team member in the identification of social/behavioral problems
  • Participates in the development of the Individual Educational Programs for students
  • Participates as a team member in the evaluation of student process
  • Assists teachers and other professionals with the development of crisis prevention plans for students
  • Plans and confers with the classroom teachers of students as requested concerning any behavioral, social, or personal problems affecting the students
  • Develops in-service activities regarding techniques for remediating behavioral, social, or personal problems for students
  • Provides training for paraprofessionals with the programs in the areas of behavior management skills and affective education
  • Coordinates and conducts individual education and counseling sessions with parents.
  • Assists parents in locating and obtaining community resources which are available to students and their families
  • Updates and maintains information concerning parent training
  • Assists in developing and maintaining home-school relations in crisis situations with students
  • Completes reports for appropriate local and state educational agencies
  • Participates as a team member in referring students who require further evaluation or follow-up services to the appropriate school personnel or community agencies
  • Assists with the development and maintenance of program evaluation procedures
  • Assists with case-management and team problem solving with other behavior specialists, agency personnel, and other appropriate professionals on a regular basis
  • All other related duties assigned by supervisor(s)

 

Special Knowledge/Skills:

·      Demonstrates an understanding of program and curriculum design for students with disabilities

·      Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with parents/guardians and other professionals to meet the social, emotional, and cognitive needs of students with disabilities

·      Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills 

·      Ability to be self-directed and work independently

 

 

 

Special Education Department Responsibilities

·      Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and forms

·      Exhibit a high level of ethics and confidentiality in regards to student and teacher records and classroom performance

·      Attend all district and state level meetings as requested by coordinator(s)


Communication

·      Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with students, parents, teachers, counselors, and principals

·      Provide professional development in assigned schools to help school personnel identify and understand the needs of special education students

 

 

Other Duties

·      Keep mileage logs to submit monthly to each LEA per their respective travel guidelines

·      Keep time sheets to submit monthly to each LEA per their respective time and effort guidelines

 

NOTE:

This position is for the 2017-18 school term only. Assignments for subsequent years is contingent upon continued funding. Pursuant to Section 4(3)(b) of the Students First Act of 2011, time employed in this position shall not count towards non-probationary status or tenure with either LEA due to the fact that the funding and duration of this position is finite. 

 

Tallassee City Schools is an equal opportunity employee


Physical Education with Coaching Duties

Tallassee High School

POSITION:  Pysical Education with Coaching Duites 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicants must hold a valid Alabama teaching certificate with proper certification. 

SALARY:                  In accordance with State of Alabama Salary Schedule

CLOSING DATE:      Until position is filled

 

APPLY TO:   Tallassee City Board of Education 308 King Street Tallassee, AL 36078  334-283-6864

                    Teach in Alabama or tcschools.com

                                              

The Tallassee City Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer


The mission of the Tallassee City School District is to provide a quality education, providing the basis for students to become life-long learners as well as moral, ethical, and compassionate people. A partnership of staff, students, parents, and the community will prepare students to become responsible citizens and productive members of the communities in which they live.