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Instrucional Technology Assist/STEM Facilitator

Southside Middle School

Qualifications: Must have 2 years of college or associate's degree or higher or pass the Work Keys by 2005-2006 school year for previously hired IAs. New hires must have this at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year. Must have knowledge and experience in working with Apple products.

Contract Length 202 days

STEM/Title I Duties:

  • Provide supervision of students as they arrive at school (under direct supervision of building principal and/or assistant principal.
  • Provide laboratory instruction for STEM curriculum.
  • Manage a fast-paced classroom, student rotations, and organize instructional materials
  • Provide instructional services to students.
  • Maintain accurate profiles on each student served noting progress.
  • Conduct inventory of STEM lab materials weekly and order materials as needed to facilitate the program.
  • Participate in Parent Involvement Meetings/Activities by leading school activities.
  • Attend appropriate professional development activities.
  • Report to building principal and Federal Programs Coordinator.

Technology Assistant Duties:

  • Fully supporting Southside Middle Schools one to one initiative.
  • Resolving minor technology issues for staff and students.
  • Completing work orders and prioritizing repairs needs.
  • Communicating with technicians regarding repairs.
  • Responsible for researching device damage and recording fees accrued from responsible parties.
  • Responsible for helping the technology department in: distribution of devices, end of year devices recall, and inventory of devices.
  • Other duties as deemed necessary by the building administration.

Other Duties:

  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn.
  • Partner and communicate with parents, with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • A love for children and a strong desire to make a difference every day.
  • Ability to build relationships with families and coworkers and create a dynamic environment where play and learning happens.
  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors. Must be able to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children.
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English.
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures as set forth by both the Alabama State Department of Education and Tallassee City Schools
  • Communicate effectively with the public, staff members, students, parents, administrators, and other contact persons using tact and good judgment
  • Follow attendance, punctuality, and proper dress rules
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding school/workplace matters
  • Model and maintain high ethical standards
  • Demonstrate initiative in the performance of assigned responsibilities
  • Maintain expertise in assigned area to fulfill project goals and objectives
  • Participate successfully in the training programs offered to increase skill and proficiency related to assignment
  • Respond to inquiries and concerns in a timely manner
  • Exhibit interpersonal skills to work as an effective team member
  • Demonstrate support for the school system and its goals and priorities
  • Demonstrate initiative in identifying potential problems or opportunities for improvement
  • Prepare all required reports and maintain all appropriate records
  • Ability to understand both written and oral instructions and solve problems

Instructional Assistant

Southside Middle School

Qualifications: Must have 2 years of college or associate's degree or higher or pass the Work Keys by 2005-2006 school year for previously hired IAs. New hires must have this at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.

  1. Provide supervision of students as they arrive at school (under direct supervision of building principal and/or assistant principal.
  2. Provide one-on-one tutoring for eligible students during non-instructional time.
  3. Assist with classroom management, such as organizing instructional and other materials.
  4. Provide assistance in a computer lab.
  5. Provide instructional services to students under the direct supervision of a teacher.
  6. Maintain accurate profiles on each student served noting progress.
  7. Send quarterly progress reports to parents.
  8. Conduct inventory of Title I materials at the end of each school year.
  9. Participate in Parent Involvement Meetings/Activities.
  10. Attend appropriate professional development activities.
  11. Report to building principal and Federal Programs Coordinator.
  12. Performs such other tasks as assigned by the principal or the coordinator.

Other Duties:

  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn.
  • Partner and communicate with parents, with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • A love for children and a strong desire to make a difference every day.
  • Ability to build relationships with families and coworkers and create a dynamic environment where play and learning happens.
  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors. Must be able to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children.
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English.
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures as set forth by both the Alabama State Department of Education and Tallassee City Schools
  • Communicate effectively with the public, staff members, students, parents, administrators, and other contact persons using tact and good judgment
  • Follow attendance, punctuality, and proper dress rules
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding school/workplace matters
  • Model and maintain high ethical standards
  • Demonstrate initiative in the performance of assigned responsibilities
  • Maintain expertise in assigned area to fulfill project goals and objectives
  • Participate successfully in the training programs offered to increase skill and proficiency related to assignment
  • Respond to inquiries and concerns in a timely manner
  • Exhibit interpersonal skills to work as an effective team member
  • Demonstrate support for the school system and its goals and priorities
  • Demonstrate initiative in identifying potential problems or opportunities for improvement
  • Prepare all required reports and maintain all appropriate records
  • Ability to understand both written and oral instructions and solve problems

Maintenance Foreman

Reports To: Superintendent

Summary: A position which involves supervisory work directing trade workers in performing external and internal maintenance and minor new construction. These activities are designed to support and maintain the school system’s buildings, grounds, and other structures. The employee is required to have a valid Alabama’s driver’s license and clear background check.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following with other duties being assigned as necessary.

  • Oversees the day-to-day operation of maintenance.
  • Designs and implements a preventive maintenance program to ensure the proper and timely repair and replacement of materials and equipment.
  • Works closely with the different departments within the city during emergencies to ensure vital services are restored as quickly as possible.
  • Responds to reports of vandalism and break in.
  • Inspects facilities to determine repairs needed.
  • Works in conjunction with engineers and architects engaged by the school system to design projects.
  • Prepares work orders and establishes work priorities for maintenance workers.
  • Maintains and exhibits a high level of ethical and professional standards as expected of all personnel.
  • Participates in in-service training as assigned.
  • Performs supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the school boards polices and applicable laws.
  • Must be able to work independently.
  • Must be punctual in attendance.
  • Maintain confidentiality of any school related business.
  • Maintain an open line of communication and follow chain of command.
  • Perform other job-related duties that might be reasonably assigned and/or approved by the Superintendent.

Qualifications Requirements: To perform this job successfully, and individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required:

Education and or Experience:

  • High School diploma or general education degree (GED) and at least five years experience supervising a maintenance department or facilities management.
  • Considerable knowledge of the methods, materials, tools, and practices of the trades involved in building maintenance.
  • Extensive knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions relating to facility maintenance.
  • Thorough knowledge of the operation and maintenance of construction and maintenance equipment.
  • Ability to estimate materials, man hours, and future needs for budget preparations.
  • Ability to read and work from plans and specifications for building construction.
  • Extensive knowledge of state and local fire, electrical, plumbing and building codes.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Ability to work with and around moving parts and power tools and to work under occasional adverse environmental conditions such as exposure to dust and/or fumes.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls, reach with hands and arms, talk, and hear. The employee is required to walk.

The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Terms of Employment: Twelve month Position and paid in accordance with the Tallassee City Schools Maintenance Salary Matrix.

Part-time Alternative Program Liaison

Qualifications:Must have 4 year degree in elementary or secondary education. Must have a current teaching certificate issued by the Alabama State Department of Education. Must have knowledge and experience in working with Apple products. Must have experience working with virtual learning and online learning software. Must have experience working in Google Suite. Must be able to train others in the management of online learning.

Salary: TBD based on Experience

Closing Date: 6-21-18

Duties:

  • Provide supervision to students as they work in an online learning environment.
  • Provide guidance to personnel regarding student expectations/work completion in the online environment.
  • Manage a fast-paced online program, student rotations in and out of the alternative setting, organize instructional materials as need for the students and staff of the alternative program.
  • Provide instructional service support to teachers as students matriculate out of the alternative program and back into the classroom.
  • Provide daily check-ins with students in the alternative program.
  •  Attend appropriate professional development activities.
  •  Reports to the building principal and Alternative Program Coordinator.

Other Duties:

  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn.
  • Partner and communicate with parents, with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • A love for children and a strong desire to make a difference every day.
  • Ability to build relationships with families and coworkers and create a dynamic environment where play and learning happens.
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English.
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures as set forth by both the Alabama State Department of Education and Tallassee City Schools
  • Communicate effectively with the public, staff members, students, parents, administrators, and other contact persons using tact and good judgment
  • Follow attendance, punctuality, and proper dress rules
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding school/workplace matters
  • Model and maintain high ethical standards
  • Demonstrate initiative in the performance of assigned responsibilities
  • Maintain expertise in assigned area to fulfill project goals and objectives
  • Participate successfully in the training programs offered to increase skill and proficiency related to assignment
  • Respond to inquiries and concerns in a timely manner
  • Exhibit interpersonal skills to work as an effective team member
  • Demonstrate support for the school system and its goals and priorities
  • Demonstrate initiative in identifying potential problems or opportunities for improvement
  • Prepare all required reports and maintain all appropriate records
  • Ability to understand both written and oral instructions and solve problems

Apply To: Tallassee City Board of Education 308 King Street Tallassee, Al 36078 334-283-6864 or Teach in Alabama

Tallassee City Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer

Pre-K Auxiliary Teacher

Tallassee Elementary School

Experience:

  • Must have 3-years’ experience in an Early Childhood Education classroom, Pre-k or Kindergarten preferred.
  • Must have Child Development Associate credential (CDA) or equivalent 9 hours of approved coursework in child development from an accredited college or university
  • Requirements of the Position:
  • Must be willing to earn at least 15 hours (yearly) in professional development and training through the Office of School Readiness
  • Must be willing to be supervised by the Lead teacher
  • Must be willing to complete all paperwork and reports required by the Office of School Readiness

Duties:

  • Implement First Class Pre-k curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child
  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn.
  • Partner and communicate with parents, with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • A love for children and a strong desire to make a difference every day.
  • Ability to build relationships with families and coworkers and create a dynamic environment where play and learning happens.
  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors. Must be able to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children.
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English.
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures as set forth by both the Office of School Readiness and Tallassee City Schools
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the school principal

Cooperation Among Teachers Is Imperative

  1. Lead and Auxiliaryteachers share instructional responsibilities, child supervision, and other classroom duties. Lead and Auxiliary teachers MUST interact with the children during Learning/Free Choice time and Gross Motor time to facilitate children's play and to collect anecdotal notes for GOLD. “Language skills thrive when children and adults talk regularly with one another.”
  2. Lead and Auxiliary teachers work together to plan for the collection of GOLD documentation.
  3. Lead and Auxiliary teachers model conversation, cooperation and collaboration throughout the preschool day. Mutual respect and professionalism is expected in the First Class Pre-K classroom at all times.
  4. Lead and Auxiliary teachers MUST sit with the children during meals and snacks to facilitate appropriate conversation and to model respect, social skills, manners and healthy nutritional habits.
  5. Lead and Auxiliary teachers should engage in at least one extended conversation with each child every day. Create a system to remind yourself to invest in positive time with each child. “Young children’s language development progresses most when they are actively engaged in verbal interaction and teachers encourage them to extend their comments.”

See Link for OSR First Class Pre-K Classroom Guidelines