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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
School Bus DriverTR/SBD 070118

**OPEN POSTNG**

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, Transportation Department

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: 10-Month Position, Part Time, Full Time; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE:  Continuous Recruitment

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.  Responsible for safe and efficient operation of a school bus used in the transportation of students with special needs on an assigned route, field trips and shuttles.
2.  Responsible for the safety and conduct of students with disabilities and program participants while in transport.
3.  Bus Driver may be accompanied in transit by a Bus Attendant.
4.  Bus Driver must complete the NYS Basic 30-hour School Bus Driver Instructional Program within the first year of employment.
5.  Responsible for attending and completing all required training.

WORK ACTIVITIES:

1.  Assist students in boarding and exiting a bus by student door and/or operating a hydraulic lift for wheelchairs.
2.  Check the operating condition of a school bus before starting regular run or trip.
3.  Report any mechanical defects of a bus to the bus garage.
4.  Instruct/inform students and program participants about practices when entering or exiting a bus and while in transit.
5.  Maintain orderly conduct of students on the bus.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Civil Service eligibility as a Bus Driver:
   
A. Possession of a valid NYS driver’s license appropriate to the vehicle(s) operated.
   
B. Must meet all State and Federal pre-employment requirements of the position prior to employment including the appropriate driver’s license for the vehicle being operated.
2.  Possess current CDL License or valid CDL permit with (P) and (S) Endorsements.
3.  Candidates are required to submit to an appropriate medical examination conducted by the employing school district with the requirement of Section 611 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles.
4.  Candidates are required to submit to the district’s Drug and Alcohol Testing Program according to federal regulations.
5.  Meet NYSED Physical Performance Test requirements (drag 125 lbs. 30' in 30 seconds).
6.  Must be at least 21 years of age.
7.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

School Bus AttendantTR/SBA 070118

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, Transportation Department

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: 10-Month Position, Part Time, Full Time; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: Continuous Recruitment

DUTIES:

1. Assist with loading and unloading of students.
2. Supervise the conduct of students.
3. Attend to special needs of students.
4. Knowledge of emergency procedures and evacuation plans.

WORK ACTIVITIES:

1.  Assist with student behavior.
2.  Attend to students at all times.
3.  Learn emergency procedures and be prepared to evacuate the bus at times.
4.  Establish good relationships with co-workers, teachers and parents to resolve problems.
5.  Assist students with loading and unloading the bus.
6.  Follow procedures according to the Transportation Handbook.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.  Expected to comply with rules, regulations, specifications of State, Federal and BOCES#1 Transportation Handbook for the safe transportation of special needs students.
2.  Able to understand and communicate with students, bus drivers and parents.
3.  Attendants must complete the NYS Monitor/Attendant 10-hour course within their first year of employment.
4.  Responsible for attending and completing all required training.


QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Must meet all Civil Service requirements for a School Bus Attendant.
2. 
Must be at least 19 years of age (SED).
3.  Meet 19A and NYSED requirements including the SED Physical Performance Test (Drag 125 lbs. 30' in 30 seconds).
4.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).
5.  Must provide a copy of high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (applications submitted without this documentation will not be considered.)

Occupational Therapist, Registered 2018-2019OT/OPEN 18-19 032018

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe#1 BOCES; Various Locations Per Service Requests

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Full Time, Part Time & Substitute Positions; 2018-2019 School Year           

STARTING DATE: Continuous Recruitment

DUTIES:

1.   Evaluate, plan program and provide occupational therapy services for students with disabilities, ages 5 to 21 years old.
​2.   ​Development and implementation of IEP annual goals and objectives based on each student's needs or 504 accommodation plan.
​3.   Delivery of on-going occupational therapy services within program assignment in collaboration with parents, teachers, other school professionals, and appropriate community agencies/services.
​4.   Participation on school/building/program teams and in staffing.
​5.   Interaction with Committees on Special Education.
​6.   Provide thorough and timely reporting consistent with BOCES and Departmental procedures, as well as procedures of the program or district assignment.
​7.   Implementation of various service delivery models: individual, small group, integrative classroom, RtI, etc.
​8.   Establish and maintain a daily schedule.
​9.   Establish and maintain professional working relationships with school professionals, parents, students, and fellow colleagues within OT/PT Department.
​10. Attend departmental and program assignment meetings.
​11. Preparation of CSE packets as required by assignment.
​12. Comply with BOCES policies.
​13. Possible staff development for OT/PT Department and/or clinical education of OT students.
​14. Supervision of Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant.
​15. Maintain licensure through ongoing professional education.
​16. Complete daily documentation that complies with NYSED and Medicaid requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.   Civil Service eligibility as an Occupational Therapist: EITHER:
     A. 
Possession of a valid license and currently registered by the New York State Education Department as an Occupational Therapist; OR,
     B.  Possession of a Limited Permit to practice Occupational Therapy issued by the New York State Education Department.

​2.   Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited program.
​3.   Experience with Special and General Education populations preferred.
​4.   Experience and/or training within sensory integration and neurodevelopment approaches preferred.
​5.   Experience and/or knowledge of assistive technology equipment.
​6.   Knowledge of or willingness to be trained in NY Medicaid Guidelines.
​7.   National Provider Number (NPI) or willingness to obtain one.
​8.   Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Signing Skills Coach / Staff SubstituteDEAFED/SSC/SS 070118

***OPEN POSTING***

LOCATION OF POSITION:    Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: 10 Month, Full Time, Anticipated Opening  2018-2019 School Year                  

STARTING DATE:  ASAP

DUTIES:

1.   Receive daily assignment between 6:15 and 8:00 AM, if not scheduled ahead of time, report to assignment location, and keep in contact with office manager during the day.
2.   Substitute for department staff including the following positions: Signing Skills Coaches, Notetakers/Captionists, and Interpreters. Provide detailed information to absent staff regarding events/progress during his/her absence.
3.   Substitute in other BOCES programs as needed.
4.   Become familiar with all staff schedules, substitute information sheets, and position duties, which include shadowing some staff prior to subbing for them.
5.   Assist students who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or hearing, and use sign language to develop the necessary skills to successfully participate in the mainstream.
6.   Perform related responsibilities as agreed upon with department supervisors.
7.   Participate in professional development activities (upgrading signing, interpreting and notetaking skills by viewing tapes, interacting with the Deaf community, taking related classes, attending workshops, etc.)
8.   Read and respond to emails on a daily basis.
9.   Attend scheduled Signing Skills Coaches and Deaf Education staff meetings. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.   High School Graduate; Associate Degree preferred.
2.   Advanced sign language Skills.
3.   Interpreting experience preferred.
4.   Trained in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), or willingness to be trained.
5.   Legible handwriting.
6.   Able to adapt to a variety of subjects and teaching styles and to organize lessons into clear, concise notes.
7.   Good working knowledge of computers (windows operating system, word processing applications, email, up-loading and down-loading attachments).
8.   Desire to work with students with multiple disabilities.
9.   Experience in support service programs with deaf/hearing impaired and special education programs preferred.
10. Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodations).

Signing Skills CoachDEAFED/SSC 070118

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Full Time, Part Time & Per Diem; 2018-2019 School Year         

STARTING DATE:  September 2018 and On-Going

DUTIES:

1.  Work one to one assisting students with necessary skills to successfully participate in the classroom.  This would include but not be limited to the following; attending to instruction, supporting life skills development, following classroom routines and behavioral expectations.
2.  Act as language model and provide some receptive and expressive interpreting in the classroom and special events during the school day.
3.  Coordinate with teacher and other education team members toward instructional goals.
4.  Facilitate spoken and signed communication between student and staff.
5.  Maintain diplomatic working relationships with teachers, parents, students and other support personnel.
6.  Read and respond to email communication on a daily basis, if on staff.
7.  Attend training sessions and scheduled Signing Skills Coach and Deaf Education staff meetings, if on staff.


QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  High School Graduate; Associate Degree preferred.
2.  Intermediate to advanced sign language skills.
3.  Basic interpreting skills.
4. 
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) training preferred.
5.  Experience in support service programs with deaf/hard of hearing or special education programs preferred.
6.  Desire to work with students with disabilities.
7.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Notetaker - Pen & Paper/TabletDEAFED/NOTE 070118

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Monroe County Schools

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Per Diem Substitutes, Temporary, Anticipated Full Time/Part Time; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: Continuous Recruitment

DUTIES:

1.  Record clear concise notes.
2.  Distribute notes to assigned student and necessary teachers.
3.  Maintain diplomatic working relationships with teachers, parents, students and other support personnel.
4.  Read and respond to email communication on a daily basis, if on staff.
5.  Attend training sessions and scheduled Notetaker and Deaf Education staff meetings, if on staff.

QUALIFICATONS:

1.  High School graduate.
2.  Legible handwriting.
3.  Able to work independently, with a variety of children and adults.
4.  Able to adapt to a variety of subjects and teaching styles and to interpret lessons into clear, concise notes.
5.  Good working knowledge of computers (windows operating system, word processing applications, email, up-loading and down-loading attachments).
6.  Experience working in a classroom setting.
7.  Desire to work with students with disabilities.
8.  Able to attend Notetaker training.
9.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Notetaker CaptionistDEAFED/NC 070118

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe #1 Boces, Various Monroe County Schools

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Per Diem Substitutes, Temporary, Anticipated Full Time/Part Time; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: Continuous Recruitment

DUTIES:

1.   Complete Captionist Training.
2.  
Provide student with quality real-time access to information and prepare complete, accurate, edited notes for the student each day.  Type “meaning for meaning” translation of what is said in the classroom by teachers and students.
3.   After class, save the real time translation. Edit the material for content, spelling, grammar and organization and remove any extraneous content.
4.   Individualize notetaking format to match student needs, and make arrangement for dissemination of notes. Re-evaluate and make corrections, deletions and/or additions to notes, when necessary, before distribution.
5.   Be present and punctual on a daily basis for each of assigned student's class periods for the academic year, even when student is absent.  (Arrive early and be prepared with computer, papers, pens, and required books for the day’s classes.)
6.   Become familiar with the assigned client/student, and related support service personnel.
7.   Prepare for classes in advance by reading course material and adding content specific abbreviations into the C-Print dictionary.
8.   Manage computers and trouble shoot as necessary.
9.   Maintain diplomatic working relationships with teachers, parents, students, and other support service personnel.  Use discretion in matters of confidentiality and reporting incidents or concerns to support staff; i.e. student abusing or ignoring services.
10. Meet with involved teachers, parents, and support service personnel when appropriate.
11. Respond to teachers’ and other students’ questions regarding deafness or refer to an appropriate source of further information.
12. Keep up-to-date records on schedules and students for the Deaf/ASL Education office and substitutes.
13. Read and respond to email communication on a daily basis.
14. Attend training sessions, scheduled Notetaker/Captionist and Deaf Education staff meetings and perform related duties as agreed upon with Program Coordinator or direct supervisor.

QUALIFICATONS:

1.   Typing speed of at least 50 words per minute.
2.   Ability to process auditory information quickly and condense as necessary.
3.   High-level English skills, with emphasis on phonetic aptitude.
4.   Able to work independently, with a variety of children and adults.
5.   Able to make decisions quickly in impromptu situations.
6.   Able to adapt to a variety of subjects and teaching styles and to interpret lessons into clear, concise notes.
7.   Good working knowledge of computers (windows operating system, word processing applications, email, up-loading and down-loading attachments).
8.   Able to work with computer technicians to trouble-shoot PC issues.
9.   Experience working in a classroom setting.
10. Desire to work with students who are deaf/hard of hearing or students with disabilities.
11. Legible handwriting.
12. Bachelor's degree (preferred)
13. Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Educational InterpreterDEAFED/EI 070118

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Full Time, Part Time & Per Diem; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE:  Continuous Recruitment

DUTIES:

1.  Provide receptive and expressive interpreting and /or transliterating in the K-12 educational setting.
2.  Assist students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing to develop the necessary skills to successfully participate in the mainstream setting.
3.  Participate in in-servicing faculty and students as necessary.
4.  Read and respond to email communication on a daily basis.
5.  Attend scheduled Deaf/ASL Education staff meetings.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Civil Service eligibility as Interpreter for the Deaf:  Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma, plus EITHER:
     A.  Two (2) years paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in providing American Sign Language interpretation services; OR, 
     B.  Possession of a National Interpreter Certificate (NIC)* recognized by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf; OR, 
     C.  Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an Associate's or Bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language Interpretation or a closely related field; OR, 
     D.  An equivalent combination of education and experience as defined by the limits of (A), (B), and (C) above.

     *Must submit copy of certificate with application.
     
If you are appointed, you will be required to have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State or otherwise demonstrate your capacity to meet the transportation needs of the position.
2.  Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree from an Interpreter Education Program or in a closely related field.
3.  Demonstration of fluency in ASL and English and ability to process and interpret information effectively.
4.  Documented score of 3.5 or above on the EIPA Performance Test (preferred) or hold current RID NIC, CI or CT certification, or attainment within first three years of employment.
5.  Documented passing score on the EIPA Written Test, or attainment within first three years of employment.
6.  Excellent skills in the areas of communication, flexibility and diplomacy.
7.  Experience in support services programs with Deaf/Hard of Hearing students preferred.
8.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Speech-Language Pathologist -2018-2019SLP/OPEN 032018

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, position locations TBD

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Full Time, Probationary Assignments, 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE:  September 2018

DUTIES:

1.  Evaluate, plan program and provide speech-language services for students with disabilities (Multiple Disabilities, Emotional Disturbance, Autism), 5 - 21 years of age.
2.  Communicate with parents, teachers, other involved professionals and appropriate community agencies/services.
3.  Development and implementation of IEPs (including preparation of annual reviews and re-evaluations) addressing communication skills as they integrate with academics, based on students' needs.
4.  Provide thorough and timely reporting consistent with Department policies and program requirements.
5.  Participate in departmental, program, and building meetings, team meetings; and staffings.
6.  Implement various service delivery models.
7.  Establish and maintain a daily schedule.
8.  Establish and maintain professional working relationships with other professionals, parents, students, and department colleagues.
9.  Maintain credentials through ongoing professional development. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  NYS Certification as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped/Teacher of Students with Speech/Language Disabilities.
2.  NYS License as a Speech-Language Pathologist preferred.
3.  ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology preferred.
4.  Experience with school age special and general education populations preferred.
5.  Experience with itinerant service delivery models preferred.
6.  Experience with neuro-developmental approaches preferred.
7.  Experience and/or knowledge of assistive technology and AAC preferred.
8.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodations).

School Social Worker - Anticipated Openings 2018 - 2019SW/AO 18-19 070118

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Full Time & Part Time Positions (dependent on requests for Monroe #1 BOCES Mental Health Services) for the 2018 -2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: September 2018

DESCRIPTION:  School Social Worker to provide counseling, assessment, classroom support, mental health consultation, family and community outreach for students receiving supportive services through Monroe #1 BOCES

DUTIES:

1. Consult and team with teachers and other disciplines in the development and delivery of Individual Education Programs, including appropriate social/emotional/behavioral supports.

2. Provide individual and group counseling as defined by IEP and based on students’ needs.

3. Support students with crisis counseling, as needed.

4. Complete assessment and documentation of student performance and progress as required, including teaming on Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans.  

5. Lead social skills and affective education groups.

6. Provide outreach and collaboration to outside agencies, organizations and school districts.   

7. Provide parent support and education, as needed.  

8. Collaborate with the educational team in the development, revision and implementation of Functional Behavior Assessments, Behavior Intervention Plans and classroom positive behavior support systems.

9. Contribute to program and department initiatives to further social/emotional learning and positive behavioral and educational supports. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Master of Social Work from accredited graduate school of Social Work.

2. NYS Provisional or Permanent Certification as a School Social Worker.  

3. Experience in providing counseling, group interventions and supportive mental health services to students with disabilities.

4. Understanding of NYS Special Education laws, regulations and processes.

5. Knowledge of family and child supportive community resources.  

6. Demonstrate technical skills to effectively fill the role of School Social Worker.

7. Training in life crisis intervention strategies such as TCI, LSI or similar problem solving models preferred.

8. Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation). 

Physical Therapist, Registered - Full Time Anticipated Openings 2018-2019PT/FT/AO 18-19 032018

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe#1 BOCES; Various Locations As Per Service Requests

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Probationary, Full Time, Anticipated Openings for the 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: September 2018

DUTIES:

1.   Evaluate, plan program and provide physical therapy services for students with disabilities, ages 5 to 21 years old.
​2.   Development and implementation of IEP and annual goals/objectives based on each student's needs or 504 accommodation plan.
​3.   Delivery of on-going physical therapy services within program assignment in collaboration with teachers, other school professionals, parents and appropriate community agencies/services.
​4.   Participation on school/building/program resource teams and in staffing.
​5.   Interaction with Committees on Special Education.
​6.   Provide thorough and timely reporting consistent with BOCES and Departmental procedures and procedures of the program or district assignment.
​7.   Implementation of various service delivery models: individual, small group, integrative classroom, RtI, etc.
​8.   Establish and maintain a daily schedule.
​9.   Establish and maintain professional working relationships with school professionals, parents, students, and fellow colleagues within OT/PT Department.
​10. Attend departmental and program assignment meetings.
​11. Preparation of CSE packets as required by assignment.
​12. Comply with BOCES policies.
​13. Possible staff development for OT/PT Department and/or clinical education of PT students.
​14. Supervision of Physical Therapist Assistant..
​15. Maintain licensure through ongoing professional education.
​16. Complete daily documentation that complies with NYSED and Medicaid requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.   Civil Service eligibility as a Physical Therapist: EITHER:
​     (A)   Possession of a valid license and currently registered by the New York State Education Department as a Physical Therapist; OR,
​     (B)   Possession of a Limited Permit to practice Physical Therapy issued by the New York State Education Department. 
​2.   Masters or Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited program.
​3.   Experience with Special and General Education populations preferred.
​4.   Experience and/or training within sensory integration and neurodevelopment approaches preferred.
​5.   Experience and/or knowledge of adaptive equipment.
​6.   Knowledge of or willingness to be trained in NY Medicaid Guidelines.
​7.   National Provider Number (NPI) or willingness to obtain one.
​8.   Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

School Psychologist - Anticipated Openings 2018-2019PSYCH/AO 18-19 070118

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Full Time & Part Time Positions (depending on requests for Monroe #1 BOCES Mental Health Services) for the 2018–2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: September 2018

DESCRIPTION: School Psychologist to provide counseling, assessment, classroom support, mental health consultation, family support and community outreach for students receiving Monroe#1 BOCES educational services.

DUTIES:

  1. Participate on professional educational teams in the development and delivery of Individual Education Programs, including appropriate social/emotional/behavioral supports and behavioral intervention programs.
  2. Provide individual and group counseling as defined by IEP and based on students’ needs.
  3. Complete psycho-educational assessment/reevaluation and documentation of student performance and progress, as required.
  4. Deliver social skills groups, mental health interventions and crisis support.
  5. Provide outreach and collaboration to outside agencies, organizations and school districts, as needed.
  6. Provide parent support and education as needed.
  7. Collaborate with the educational team in the development, revision and implementation of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans and classroom positive behavior support systems.
  8. Contribute to program and department initiatives to further positive social, behavioral and educational supports.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Master's Degree level in School Psychology or PhD in Clinical Psychology.
  2. Provisional or Permanent Certification as a NYS School Psychologist.
  3. Experienced in providing counseling and supportive mental health services to students with disabilities.
  4. Versed in psycho-educational assessment through the use of multiple cognitive, achievement, adaptive and/or behavioral measures.
  5. Demonstrate technical skills to effectively fill the role of School Psychologist.
  6. Training in Life Crisis Intervention strategies - TCI, SCIP-R or similar problem solving strategies preferred.
  7. Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).
Behavior Specialist - Anticipated Openings 2018 2019BS/AO 070118

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe One BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  10 Month Position, Full Time - Anticipated Openings

START DATE:  September 2018

DUTIES:
1.   Provide direct consultation to school staff, families, and administration regarding student behavior and environmental supports.
2.   Conduct assessments of students (academic, behavioral, social, etc.).
3.   Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments and develop, maintain, and coordinate all aspects of Behavior Intervention Plans.
4.   Attend and present at a variety of meetings (BIP reviews, PLCs, faculty, CSE, etc.).
5.   Provide training to professional and non-professional staff related to evidence-based behavioral intervention for students with a variety of disabilities.
6.   Participate in team meetings to assist in planning and curriculum development.
7.   Provide crisis support or direction to school team and families when needed.
8.   Collection and analysis of behavioral data.
9.   Establish positive rapport and effectively collaborate with students, school staff, parents/guardians, and district representatives.
10. Stay current with certifications and research in the field.
11. Abide by Monroe #1 BOCES policies and procedures.
12. Other duties assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1.   Civil Service eligibility as a Senior Student Behavioral Assistant:
     A.  Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an Associate’s degree (or completion of 60 college credits), plus two (2) years paid full time or its part time equivalent experience involving the supervision, counseling or instruction of students in a school facility, institution or agency devoted to the care, education, rehabilitation or detention of children; OR
     B.  Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Bachelor’s degree, plus one (1) year of experience as defined in (A); OR
     C.  Any equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B) above.

2.  Depending upon assignment, you will be required to have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State or otherwise demonstrate your capacity to meet the transportation needs of the position.

3.   Master's Degree from accredited college in Special Education or School Psychology, strongly preferrred.
4.   A minimum of five years of experience working with students with disabilities desired.
5.   Training and experience in Applied Behavioral Analysis; Board Certification (BCBA) or willing to pursue (significant progress toward BCBA must be completed prior to end of probationary period).
6.   Working knowledge of Federal and State Special Education policies and procedures.
7.   Knowledge of NYS Standards.
8.   Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Bilingual School Psychologist - Anticipated Openings 2018-2019BPSYCH/AO 18-19 070118

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Per Diem (depending on requests for Monroe #1 BOCES Mental Health Services) for the 2018-2019 School Year.

STARTING DATE: As Needed

DESCRIPTION: School Psychologist to provide counseling, assessment, classroom support, mental health consultation, family support and community outreach for students receiving Monroe#1 BOCES educational services to bi-lingual students and families (Spanish). 

DUTIES:

1.  Participate on professional educational teams in the development and delivery of Individual Education Programs, including appropriate social/emotional/behavioral supports and behavioral intervention programs.
2.  Provide individual and group counseling as defined by IEP and based on students’ needs.
3.  Complete psycho-educational assessment/reevaluation and documentation of student performance and progress, as required.
4.  Deliver social skills groups, mental health interventions and crisis support.
5.  Provide outreach and collaboration to outside agencies, organizations and school districts, as needed.
6.  Provide parent support and education as needed.
7.  Collaborate with the educational team in the development, revision and implementation of Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans and classroom positive behavior support systems.
8.  Contribute to program and department initiatives to further positive social, behavioral and educational supports.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Fluent in Spanish and English.
2.  Ability to perform the listed duties in Spanish and English.
3.  Master's Degree level in School Psychology or PhD in Clinical Psychology.
4.  Provisional or Permanent Certification as a NYS School Psychologist.
5.  Experienced in providing counseling and supportive mental health services to students with disabilities.
6.  Versed in psycho-educational assessment through the use of multiple cognitive, achievement, adaptive and/or behavioral measures.
7.  Demonstrate technical skills to effectively fill the role of School Psychologist.
8.  Training in Life Crisis Intervention strategies - TCI, SCIP-R or similar problem solving strategies preferred.
9.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Teacher Aide / Paraeducator - Full Time & Per Diem Substitutes 2018-2019PARA/FT/PDSUB 070118

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe #1 BOCES; Various Locations

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:   10 Month Position, Full Time & Per Diem Substitutes, 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE:  As Need Presents

DUTIES:

1.   Assist the classroom teacher by performing non-instructional duties to support students with disabilities individually, in small groups and/or test proctoring.
2.   Assist with general supervision of students in a multitude of settings including, but not limited to classroom, hallways, lunchroom and playground.
3.   Assist with classroom management of students and monitoring individual student behavior through crisis intervention by implementing positive behavior management strategies or others supported by the program.
4.   Perform physical intervention techniques (Therapeutic Crisis Intervention) when necessary. Willing and able to be trained and pass all components of TCI.
5.   Assist with the preparation of classroom materials, projects, demonstrations and displays.
6.   Assist with clerical and record keeping duties or other general housekeeping duties as directed by supervisor.
7.   Utilize own special skills and abilities by assisting the instructional program in such areas as foreign language, arts, crafts, music, recreation, vocational or other similar subject areas – when requested/appropriate.
8.   Use or willing to learn basic computer skills including email.
9.   Ride the school bus with students and support students in community-based learning activities (work experience, field trips, vocational training).
10.  May be required to transport self in personal vehicle to off campus community-based learning activities.
11.  Assist students in therapeutic and/or traditional outdoor chlorinated pool.
12.  Assist in self-help, personal care activities and mobility for students with disabilities.
13.  Willing to continue on-going professional development in support of program placement.
14.  Perform other duties related to specific programs.
15.  Attend meetings as necessary.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.   Civil Service eligibility for Teacher Aide/Paraeducator required: Graduation from high school  or possession of an equivalency diploma, plus EITHER:
     A. 
One (1) year of full time or its part time paid or volunteer equivalent experience working in a clerical capacity; OR,
     B. 
One (1) year of full time or its part time paid or volunteer equivalent experience working with children; OR,
     C.  Possession of a certificate of completion of a course of Child Care Through an occupational school, the American Red Cross or similar agency; OR,
     D.  Combination of experience as defined by the limits of (A), (B), and (C) above.

2.   Work collaboratively with team members to effectively support all students in program assignments.
3.   Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to effectively communicate with adults and students.
4.   Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation) including, but not limited to:
     Performing physical intervention techniques.
     Lifting/carrying/moving up to 50 lbs.
     Standing, stooping, bending, crouching, squatting, kneeling, and/or reaching.
     Supporting/transporting students in wheelchairs and/or providing assistance with transfer, ambulation and positioning.
     Escorting and/or walking with (in some cases running after) students in multiple settings such as in community based activities, nature walks and school buildings

5.   Must provide a copy of high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (applications submitted without this documentation will not be considered).

Speech-Language Pathologist - LTS / Per Diem 2018- 2019SLP/LTS/PD 032018

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe #1 BOCES, Various Locations As Per Service Requests

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Long Term Substitute Positions & Per Diem; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: Continuous Recruitment

DUTIES:

1.  Evaluate, plan program and provide speech-language services for students with disabilities, 5 - 21 years of age.
2.  Communicate with parents, teachers, other involved professionals and appropriate community agencies/services.
3.  Development and implementation of IEPs (including preparation for annual reviews and re-evaluations) addressing communication skills as they Integrate with academics, based on students’ needs.
4.  Provide thorough and timely reporting consistent with Department policies and program requirements.
5.  Participate in departmental, program, and building meetings, team meetings; and staffing.
6.  Implement various service delivery models.
7.  Establish and maintain a daily schedule.
8.  Establish and maintain professional working relationships with other Professionals, parents, students, and department colleagues.
9.  Maintain credentials through ongoing professional development.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  NYS Certification as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped/Teacher of Students with Speech/Language Disabilities.
2.  NYS License as a Speech-Language Pathologist preferred.
3.  ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology preferred.
4.  Experience with school age special and general education populations preferred.
5.  Experience with itinerant service delivery models preferred.
6.  Experience with neuro-developmental approaches preferred.
7.  Experience and/or knowledge of assistive technology and AAC preferred.
8.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Job CoachJC/OPEN 070118

**OPEN POSTING**

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe #1 BOCES, Various work sites in Monroe County – Various times of the day

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Part-Time, Hourly; 2018 – 2019 School Year - including additional days for Extended School Year Programs

STARTING DATE: As Need Presents

DUTIES:

1.  Assist students in performing work tasks.
2. 
Communicate effectively with the work site supervisors and other members of multidisciplinary team.
3.  Identify, train and monitor progress of student workers.
4.  Use fading techniques to foster independence.
5.  Maintain daily or weekly notes of work behavior, attitude, rate, quality and progress.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  One year paid or volunteer experience working with children and High School graduate or minimum of 30 college credit hours.
2.  Must have a valid NYS Driver's License and reliable car.
3.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

Teacher Aide/Paraeducator for Learning UnlimitedPARA/LU 101118

*INTERNAL POSTING*

LOCATION OF POSITION:  Monroe One BOCES

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Fall Session: October through December, Spring Session: January through June; contingent on Grant Funding.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: 
1. Must be willing to work both the Fall and Spring Sessions
2. Must be a current Monroe One BOCES employee

STARTING DATE:  As Soon As Possible

DUTIES:
1. Assist the classroom teacher by providing instructional services to individuals with disabilities as needed.
2.  Assist with the preparation of classroom materials, projects, demonstrations and displays as needed.
3.  Assist with clerical and record keeping duties or other general housekeeping duties as directed by supervisor.
4.  Utilize own special skills and abilities by assisting the instructional program in independent life skills and socialization skills (i.e. cooking, shopping, arts and crafts, leisure activities)
5.  Use or willing to learn basic computer skills including email.
6.  May be required to transport self in personal vehicle to off campus community-based learning activities.
7.  Willing to continue on-going professional development in support of program placement.
8.  Perform other duties related to specific programs.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Civil Service eligibility as a Teacher Aide/Paraeducator: Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma, plus EITHER:

A.  One (1) year of full time or its part time paid or volunteer equivalent experience working in a clerical capacity; OR,
B.  One (1) year of full time or its part time paid or volunteer equivalent experience working with children; OR,
C.  Possession of a certificate of completion of a course of Child Care through an occupational school, the American Red Cross or similar agency; OR,
D.  A combination of experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B) above.

2.  Work collaboratively with team members to effectively support all individuals in program assignments.
3.  Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to effectively communicate with adults and individuals enrolled in the program.
4.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation) including, but not limited to:

  • Lifting/carrying/moving up to 50 lbs.
  • Standing, stooping, bending, crouching, squatting, kneeling, and/or reaching.
  • Supporting/transporting students in wheelchairs and/or providing assistance with transfer, ambulation and positioning.
  • Escorting and/or walking with (in some cases running after) students in multiple settings such as in community based activities, nature walks and school buildings.

5.  Must provide a copy of high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (applications submitted without this documentation will not be considered).

Lifeguard for Phys Ed/PT SwimPOOL/LG/PT 101918

*INTERNAL POSTING*

LOCATION OF POSITION: Monroe One BOCES; Foreman Center Pool

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: 10 Month Position, Full Time; 2018-2019 School Year

STARTING DATE: As Soon As Possible

DUTIES:
1.  Able to provide lifeguard services to students and staff during Physical Education.
2.  Able to work with and use pool chemical testing devices to monitor pool chemicals for swimmer safety and hygiene.
3.  Work with students with physical and/or mental disabilities to safely enter and exit the pool for Physical Education and Physical Therapy.
4.  Assist with general supervision of students while preparing for, during and after Physical Education and Physical Therapy sessions.
5.  Willing and able to be trained and pass all components of TCI.
6.  Assist Physical Therapist/Physical Education Teacher with the preparation of therapy/class materials
7.  Able to participate in all aspects of utilization of a Hoyer Lift to change student on a changing table.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1.  Current lifeguard certification required. *Monroe One will pay for training, if need to obtain.
2.  One year paid or volunteer experience working with children and high school graduate or a minimum of 30 college credit hours.
3.  Able to work collaboratively with team members to effectively support all students in program assignments.
4.  Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to effectively communicate with adults and students.
5.  Physically able to perform essential functions of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation) including, but not limited to:

  • Physical intervention techniques.
  • Supporting/transporting students in wheelchairs and/or providing assistance with transfer, ambulation and positioning.
  • Escorting, walking with, or in some cases running after students in multiple settings such as in community based activities, nature walks and school buildings.
  • Lifting and moving students are required in many programs.

 

The Monroe #1 BOCES does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, religious practice, national origin, ethnic group, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation (the term "sexual orientation" means heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, or asexuality ), political affiliation, age, marital status, military status, veteran status, disability, domestic violence victim status, arrest or conviction record, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by New York state and/or federal non-discrimination laws in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. In addition, students are also afforded protection based on weight.