Current ESC Job Postings

Teacher of Vision Impairment

Vision Impairment Specialist - Part-time
  • ODE-issued License in Visual Impairment
  • Training and experience in working with students who have visual impairments
  • Ability to use assistive technology for VI Students
  • Ability to teach Braille
  • Experience and knowledge of developmental levels of students in preschool through 3rd grade
  • Ability to work with a wide range of individuals including teachers, therapists, parents, administrators and students
  • Responsive to constructive cricism and feedback from supervisor
  • Ability to offer consultation to staff and parents of VI students
  • Solid understanding of and experience in writing assessment reports, evaluations, IEPs, and progress reports
  • Ability to work independently and responsibly in a variety of schools and settings
  • Travel amongst schools in the county is a must for this position.
2-3 days per week (80-110 total days) for the 2018-19 school year.

Salary- Range dependent on experience.
Substitute Teachers and Aides
Substitute Teachers and Classroom Assistants Needed
Seeking substitute Teachers and Classroom Assistants for remainder of the 2017-18 school year.

The substitute plays an important role in helping the programs maintain instructional flow and student DS behavior in the absence of a regular classroom teacher or assistant.

Substitute Teacher pay is $90 per day and Classroom Assistants pay ranges from $60 to $75 per day.

Those interested in subbing should email Anita Sams at
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Director of the Greene County Learning Center
Title:                         Director of Greene County Learning Center
Reports to:                  Superintendent/Designee
Employment Status:             Full Time- 225 days
FLSA Status:    Exempt
Ability to work with teams of people including therapists, parents/guardians, district personnel, teachers, and others.
Willingness to become a trainer in CPI and/or Safety Care (if not already)
Understanding of issues with parents and families and willingness to work with them and engage them in educational planning for their students
Excellent problem-solving skills
Excellent communication skills – written and verbal
Master’s degree required.
Principal license required.
Intervention Specialist license required.
Special Education classroom teaching experience—experience teaching & working with students with mental health, behavioral, & other learning issues/barriers
Three years administrative experience preferred.
Expertise in writing and implementing IEPs.
Expertise in Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and writing/implementing Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP).
OTES credential required.
Solid background and knowledge of special education law and procedures.
Experience in working with students with mental health issues and collaborating with families and mental health providers.
Knowledge of Ohio Content Standards and Extended Standards
Knowledge of Alternate Assessment requirements and State Testing for students in grades K-12.
CPI/Non-Violent Crisis Prevention certification
Ability to motivate staff and students
Experience in engaging community partners, agencies, and organizations to work collaboratively with the Center
Demonstrates professionalism in all aspects of the job and has expectation of same in staff members.
No positions are currently available.
No positions are currently available.
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