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Current Job Openings
Multiple Subject - Grades K-5 for 2022/23 SY
JOB DESCRIPTION: Teacher (K-12) DUTIES/QUALIFICATIONS:
- Appropriate California credential.
- CBEST completed
- PROCEDURE: Applicant must submit:
- Completed HUSD application.
- Letter of application (Cover Letter)
- Copy of proper credential.
- Current resume.
- Copy of transcripts.
- Placement file, if available, and 3 letters of recommendation.
All properly completed applications will be reviewed and the most appropriately qualified individuals will be invited to continue in the selection process. Prior to appointment, a prospective employee will be required to pass a fingerprint clearance at the District’s expense.
Non-Discrimination-Title IX Statement: The Holtville Unified School District offers equal educational and employment opportunities regardless of sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. The Title IX Coordinator is Celso Ruiz, Superintendent.
Sexual Harassment Statement: It is the policy of the Holtville Unified School District, in keeping with efforts to establish and maintain an environment in which the dignity and worth of all members of our district are respected, that sexual harassment of students and employees is unacceptable conduct and will not be tolerated.
An affirmative action equal opportunity employer. The Holtville Unified School District work sites are tobacco free.
- California credential authorizing instruction in subject area.
- Sufficient to meet credential requirements.
- None required
Knowledge and Abilities:
- Knowledge of and ability to implement the subject matter, philosophical, social and education concepts relative to the duties and responsibilities listed on this job description.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Select and order supplemental materials.
- Attend job-related meetings and activities.
- Perform other duties as directed by the administration.
- Cooperates with school administration in providing displays and programs for the school and community, and in sponsoring fairs, clubs and contests.
- Communicates with parents and school counselors on the individual pupil’s progress.
- Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom activities during the assigned work day.
- Identifies pupil needs, and cooperates with other professional staff members in assessing helping pupils solve health, attitude, and learning problems.
- Participates in curriculum and other developmental programs within the school of assignment and/or on a District level. May teach under modular or flexible scheduling plans.
Professional Attitudes, Responsibilities and Participation:
- Performs basic attendance accounting and business services as required.
- Shares in the sponsorship of student activities and participates in faculty committees.
- May plan and coordinate the work of aides, teacher assistants, or other professionals.
- Maintains professional competence through participation in in-service education activities provided by the District and/or in self-selected professional growth activities.
- Person to whom responsible is the school site Principal.
- Evaluator – school site Principal or Vice Principal.
- Persons responsible to Teacher are those designated by the school site Principal.
Principal - Middle School
HOLTVILLE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Certificated Management Job Description
PRINCIPAL – ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
Under the general supervision of the Superintendent, assumes responsibility for all aspects of the school, including personnel, facilities and the educational program.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:
Receives direct supervision from the Superintendent or designee.
Exercises direct supervision over assigned certificated and classified staff.
Exercises direct supervision over students as necessary.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Coordinates and implements all aspects of the school improvement process.
- Responsible for and supervises all phases of student record accounting and the site data collection of grades, surveys, testing, and attendance accounting procedures.
- Supervises, coordinates, and creates reports using the student information system (SIS).
- Develops, plans and implements school site goals and objectives; recommends and administer s policies and procedures; confers with staff on school–related matters.
- Assumes responsibility for the curriculum and supervision of instruction within specified curricular areas; encourages innovative curricular and co-curricular programs.
- Evaluates the effectiveness of the instructional program of the school; coordinate school activities with those of other schools and outside agencies and organizations.
- Develops and maintains cooperative relationships with parents, organizations and the community; serve as spokesperson for the school to people both within and outside the school and district organization.
- Ensures a proper learning environment is maintained which recognizes the state curriculum, standards, frameworks, college admission requirements, vocational preparation, citizenship and the individual needs of the students, including language and cultural differences, maturational differences and differences in learning styles.
- As appropriate, coordinates the site’s special education, severely handicapped, gifted, school- wide programs, for English Language Learners, school site academy, pupil assessment, work permit and student aid programs; provide direction for counseling programs; supervises and coordinates the testing programs at the site; chairs meetings for other special programs.
- Administers and supervises the administration of all phases of proficiency and state mandated testing
- Is responsible for home teachers and their assignments as necessary.
- Supervises and evaluates staff as assigned.
- Is responsible for maintaining an orderly, safe, disciplined school environment, including the implementation of school and District discipline policies.
- Coordinates staff training; works with employees to correct deficiencies.
- Ensures there is proper supervision of students at all times, including during student activities, lunch and passing periods, assemblies, concerts, dances and sports events; assigns and supervises faculty for all student activities.
- Working with District staff prepares and administers the school budget including allocation of resources to individuals and departments within the school.
- Attends to student/parent concerns; ensures timely reporting of pupil progress to parents and appropriate school district offices; meets with probation officers, social workers, parents and foster parents as necessary to facilitate continuation of students’ education.
- Implements are appropriate, provisions of federal, state and district rules and regulations ensuring student and parent due process; provides notification of students and parents’ due process rights.
- Ensures confidentiality of all student records as required by statute.
- Prepares and presents reports, letters, memorandums, and other necessary correspondence to students, staff and parents regarding school site matters; keeps parents informed of what is happening at school
- Supervises district-provided transportation of students to and from school.
- Reviews, revises, and coordinates safety plan as required by statute and District policies.
- Updates school website on a regular basis in regards to contact names, policies, calendar, etc.
- Work in collaboration with the superintendent, other agencies and consultants in implementing state and district curriculum standards.
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent or designee. The duties may include District office duties as determined appropriate.
Valid teaching credential or equivalent, and Administrative Services Credential, authorizing service as an administrator in California
District requires all employees to be fingerprinted by the CA DOJ and FBI (to be paid by District prior to start of employment)
Master’s Degree, including all courses to meet credential requirements.
A minimum of five (5) years of successful teaching at the Elementary or middle school level or as a school administrator.
Ability to work well with people; good organizational ability; a sound philosophy of educational leadership based on strong character and decision-making ability supported by sound judgment.
The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position classification must perform in carrying out essential job functions:
- This work involves sitting for long periods of time and may involve walking or standing for extended periods of time.
- Perceiving the nature of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, providing oral information, manual dexterity to operate business related equipment, and handles and works with various materials/objects.
- Able to work in a wide variety of temperatures and weather conditions, both indoors and outdoors; including extreme high temperature conditions outdoors.
- Physical ability to operate telephone, adding machine, calculator, computer and other office equipment on a regular and routine basis.
This position is a 205 work-day position with work calendar as assigned by the Superintendent.
SALARY and BENEFITS:
The District provides comprehensive Health and Welfare Benefits to the employee with a District contribution per year. Any premiums above this cap must be paid by the employee.
Placement on the Administrative Salary schedule is determined by years of experience in an administrative position.
Speech & Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA)
This position works under the direct supervision of the Director of Special Education and the general direction of the licensed/credentialed Speech-Language Pathologist. Under general supervision assists in providing instruction specific to the area of speech and language communication to students identified as having special needs; monitors the use if augmentative communication devices and systems.
Requirements / Qualifications
AA or completion of two years of college level coursework.
Speech - Language Pathology Assistance License
Three letters of Recommendation (One of the letters needs to be on behalf of your most current supervisor)
Copy of Transcript
Comments and Other Information
Criminal Justice Fingerprint Clearance
Speech Therapist (Grades K-12) SY 22/23
HOLTVILLE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
CERTIFICATED JOB DESCRIPTION
JOB TITLE: District Speech Therapist REPORTS TO:
Director of Special Services
Brief Description of Position:
Provides speech, language and hearing services to all school sites including testing and consulting to assist them in meeting the educational needs of pupils.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Establish and implement procedures regarding assessment of referred students and special education program evaluation.
- Act as a liaison to local, county, and State Department of Education personnel.
- Coordinate procedures for placement, transfer, and termination of students within special education programs.
- Coordinate with the Special Education Director to arrange with neighboring school districts for the education of those handicapped students who cannot be served appropriately in the local district.
- Assume responsibility for interpreting state and federal regulations relating to special education to assure that district programs are in compliance.
- Represent the district at SELPA Operation Committee meetings as an alternate when needed, as well as at other county or regional committee meetings as requested.
- Maintain and disseminate, as appropriate, confidential records involving special education students, as well as evaluate records of students new to the district.
- Coordinate the on-going revision of referral and evaluation procedures, including forms utilized for communication with parents.
- Evaluate and interpret all testing and make recommendations for placement both in special education classes and regular classes, if appropriate.
- May assist in completing state and local forms regarding special education including the J-50 finance forms, pupil counts, waivers, and the year-end report.
- May establish eligibility of students for special education transportation and work with the
- transportation supervisor to provide appropriate services.
- Conduct follow-up calls on special education placement to facilitate home-school relationship and school adjustment of child.
- Participate in I.E.P. meetings as necessary, to meet the state requirement for placement, goal-setting, on-going evaluation, and dismissal of all students in Special Education classes.
- Work together with district psychologist and with teachers to implement individual prescriptive teaching and other remediation designed to help overcome the learning and behavior problems of students.
- Evaluate and make recommendations regarding students being considered for retention, acceleration, or a difference class level.
- Work closely with Special Education teachers in program development and evaluation.
- Apprise teachers of new techniques and materials and their use with individual students.
- Work and confer with outside agencies such as Mental Health, Vocational Rehabilitation, California Children’s Services, Imperial Valley College, Regional Center, Head Start, and Work Training Center to ensure appropriate provision of services for special education students.
- Assist in organizing in-service activities regarding special education for certificated and classified employees.
- Participate in faculty meetings, parent organization meetings, in-service training, and other community and school groups.
- Complete other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Services.
- Supervision Exercised or Received:
- Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Special Services.
Credential authorizing services in speech, language and hearing.
Master’s degree in education preferred.
Wide range of contact with exceptional children of all ages; successful experience as a speech therapist or special education.
Knowledge of: Special education program opportunities for students; learning theory; child development; intelligence, achievement, and personality assessment; federal and state laws related to special education programs and student records; and school management budgeting.
Work competently and comfortably with students, parents, teachers and administrators; meet district standards for physical and mental health; plan, organize, and implement district policies; prepare clear and concise written reports; exercise initiative; and exercise mature judgement; ability to develop empathy with parents and pupils; appearance, grooming, and personality which establish a desirable example for pupils. Ability to sit for prolonged periods, complete a case study and develop an individual education plan; work independently, be flexible and work under time constraints. Significant physical abilities include lifting/carrying, reaching/handling, talking/hearing conversations and other sounds, near/far visual acuity/visual accommodation.
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