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Job Vacancies

ADMINISTRATIVE
P-12 Principal
12-month position
Start date: May 9, 2022
Salary: Competitive based on experience

Qualifications: Master's degree and certification as N Y S School Building Leader (S B L) plus,

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in education
  • Strong leadership, collaboration, organizational, written, and communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal, engagement, and relationship-building skills
  • Comprehensive knowledge of federal and N Y S laws, regulations, and mandates as they apply to school governance (Part 100 regulations)
  • Comprehensive knowledge of federal and N Y S laws, regulations, and mandates as they apply to special education (Part 200 regulations)
  • Knowledge of current research, best practices, assessment, professional development and instructional strategies, programming, and models in the field of secondary education
  • Knowledge of N Y S Pathways to Graduation with a focus on preparing "future-ready" students
General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ability to establish positive building climate and culture, aligning practices to the district's Vision and Mission
  • Ensure compliance with the district's Annual Professional Performance Review (A P P R) and district performance evaluation requirements for instructional and support staff
  • Provide administrative oversight to extra-curricular club and activity advisors 
  • Collaborate with Athletic Coordinator in administration of athletic programs
  • Interpret/present building goals, programs, and student performance to the Board of Education, administrative team, and the community
  • Is visible in the school and accessible to the community; attends school activities, functions, and Board of Education meetings
  • Serves as a member of appropriate committees, attends Administrative Cabinet meetings and Principal meetings both locally and regionally
  • Engage in progressive disciplinary practices, including restorative practices in response to student behaviors, consistent with district policies and Code of Conduct
Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment:

  • Provide instructional leadership in the continuous growth of programs, curriculum, and instruction at the secondary level that is data-informed and student-centered
  • Provide leadership in the implementation of Response to Intervention (R T I), Academic Intervention Services (A I S), School Counseling and special education services in collaboration with the Director of Special Education and Student Services
  • Coordinates and implements the building's testing program, including annual ordering of assessments
  • Establishes a strong data culture referencing various forms of formative and summative assessment to inform instructional practices
  • Develops and implements the M S/ H S Master Schedule in collaboration with the executive principal, teachers, and school counselors
  • Demonstrates a strong understanding of N Y S Learning Standards at the secondary level, including practices of curriculum alignment and mapping
Personnel:

  • Assist in recruiting, hiring, and retention processes for position vacancies
  • Demonstrates an ability to be equitable and consistent with all faculty and staff, creating an environment of learning and discipline which develops mutual trust, respect, and cooperation
  • Collaboratively leads professional development (P D) for all staff aligned with district vision, mission, and goals
  • Conducts ongoing evaluation and supervision of faculty/staff consistent with parameters set forth in collective bargaining agreements and A P P R
  • Provides clinical supervision of staff through a structured observation process in a timely fashion
  • Recommends to the Superintendent teachers/staff for tenure or dismissal, including evidence to support such recommendations
  • Maintains regular communication with faculty and staff including conducting regular faculty meetings
Fiscal Management and Budget:

  • Prepare and manage annual building budget in collaboration with the Business Official and Superintendent
  • Involves staff in the development of the building budget priorities based on district and building goals
  • Monitors building expenditures and faculty/staff requests
  • Recommends staffing needs to the Superintendent in a fiscally responsible manner
Other:

  • Chaperoning of evening events
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools
Supervises:

  • P-12 faculty and staff in partnership with district administrators and supervisors
Reports to:  Superintendent of Schools

How to apply: Applications can be downloaded from this website here and should include, at minimum: completed application, cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, and unofficial transcripts. All applicants should also submit an application via OLAS here.

Correspondence should be directed to:

Georgia Gonzalez
Superintendent of Schools
Otselic Valley Central School District
PO Box 161, 125 County Road 13A
South Otselic, NY 13155



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INSTRUCTIONAL
Online Application System for Educators
https://www.pnwboces.org/olas
Substitute Teacher
2021-2022 school year

Qualifications: Ability to work well with students, neat personal appearance, good physical condition, experience working with students with disabilities, minimum high school diploma (certified teacher preferred)

Stipend: Per diem rate per the Otselic Valley Teachers Association contract
 
To apply to be a substitute teacher, print and fill out the Instructional Application and return it to: Georgia Gonzalez, Superintendent, Otselic Valley Central School District, P.O. Box 161, South Otselic, NY 13155.

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL
No positions are currently available.
 
 

Substitute Vacancies

SUBSTITUTES
Substitute School Bus Driver
2021-2022 school year
Rate: $16/hour

Qualifications: School Bus Driver License (CDL; the District will provide training to interested persons); ability to work well with students; neat personal appearance; good physical condition

Apply to: Georgia Gonzalez, Superintendent, Otselic Valley Central School, P.O. Box 161, South Otselic, NY 13155; 315-653-7218.

Applications are available in the district office or on our website (click "Non-Instructional Application" found on the upper right portion of this page).

Deadline: As soon as possible
Starting date: As soon as possible

Substitute School Nurse
2021-2022 school year
 
START DATE: As needed
 
QUALIFICATIONS: Registered Nurse
 
DUTIES:
Provide supervision of sick or injured pupils until they are placed under the care of their  parents or legal guardians. Secure medical care for students in emergency cases if parents/guardians or emergency contacts cannot be reached. Administers internal  medicine under written doctor's orders  and written parental permission during the school day. Records pupil visits to the Health Office, including but not limited to filing accident/incident reports as required.  Carries out other duties as assigned.
 
RATE: $170.00 per day
 
TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume, letters of recommendation and unofficial transcripts, and necessary certification documents to 
 
Georgia Gonzalez, Superintendent
Otselic Valley Central School
P.O. Box 161
South Otselic, New York 13155
315-653-7218
 
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Applications continuously accepted 
 
 
 

Substitute Custodian
2021-2022 school year

Rate: minimum wage
 
Applications are available in the district office or on this website (click "Non-Instructional Application" found on the upper right portion of this page).

Substitute Food Service Staff
2021-2022 school year

Rate: minimum wage
 
Applications are available in the district office or on our website (click "Non-Instructional Application" found on the upper right portion of this page)

Substitute Clerical Staff
2021-2022 school year

RATE:  minimum wage
 
Applications are available in the district office or on our website (click "Non-Instructional Application" found on the upper right portion of this page).

Substitute School Aides
2021-2022 school year

Qualifications: Ability to work well with students, neat personal appearance, good physical condition, high school diploma or G E D equivalency, ability to do word processing, experience working with students with disabilities, eligible for bus aide training

Stipend: Minimum wage

Apply to: Georgia Gonzalez, Superintendent, Otselic Valley Central School, P.O. Box 161, South Otselic, New York 13155; 315-653-7218

Deadline: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Applications are available in the district office or on this website (click "Non-Instructional Application" found on the upper right portion of this page).

Starting date: As soon as possible

Employment Applications

E E O Statement

The Otselic Valley Central School District is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The School District provides equal employment opportunities (E E O) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotions, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
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