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Superintendent Search 2023: Cedar Cliff Local School District
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Teacher of the Visually Impaired/Visual Impairment Specialist

$1,000.00 hiring bonus - must commit to one year of full time employment

Teacher of the Visually Impaired/Visual Impairment Specialist

Salary Range: $58,888 to $78,589 dependent on educational experience and areas of expertise.

Benefits: State Teachers Retirement System, paid sick/personal leave, and tax-sheltered retirement contributions. Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance offered. Employee Assistance Program.
Location: Greene County ESC
Date available: 2023-24 School Year
Days: 183 days

General Description:
Provides supplemental aids and services, including instruction in Braille to enable students who have a visual disability, to progress in the general curriculum and advance appropriately toward attaining annual IEP goals.

  • Ohio Department of Education Teacher’s Certification/Licensure in Vision Impairments
  • Training and experience in teaching students with Vision Impairments and working effectively with educators and families
  • Satisfactory result of BCI/FBI background checks

Main Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Provides instruction and consultation services to VI students
  • Provides consultation to district staff and families
  • Attends IEP meetings
  • Selects and develops instructional materials and equipment
  • Serves as a liaison between district staff and other agencies
  • Serves as a resource to staff on issues related vision impairments.
  • Conducts comprehensive assessments of students
  • Evaluates student progress
  • Keeps abreast of techniques and innovations in the assigned position via attendance and pertinent training.
  • Responds constructively to supervision
  • Participates in Team meetings, Staff Development
  • Manages time to accomplish duties and implements strategies to deal with completing work priorities.
  • Maintains records, collects outcome results
  • Develops and follows an accurate schedule of services
  • Complete reports and other documents, as needed

Abilities Required:

  • Demonstrates professionalism and maintains a positive work attitude.
  • Effectively uses verbal, nonverbal, writing, and listening skills.
  • Completes paperwork accurately. Verifies and correctly enters data and computer documentation.
  • Organizes tasks and manages time effectively.
  • Maintains an acceptable attendance record and is punctual

Please submit application, resume', references and copy of licensure through Frontline application link.
Applicants may also email Traci Womack at [email protected]

GCESC Learning Center Intervention Specialist
Title: GCESC Learning Center Intervention Specialist
Reports to: Director of Learning Center Program
Employment Status: Full-Time, 183 days, excellent benefits and competitive wages.
Salary Range: Dependent on experience
FLSA Status: Exempt
Start Date: Immediately

  • Knowledge of ODE's Social Emotional Learning Standards
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Teaching license: Mild/Moderate -Intervention Specialist OR Education of handicapped in areas of learning disabilities/behavior disorders (LD/BD) or emotionally-disturbed/severe behavior handicapped (ED/SBH).
  • May be elementary or secondary IS position at the Learning Center—please indicate preference on application.
  • Likely placement with High School Students at the Learning Center
  • Preferable-- Highly Qualified in all 4 core subject areas
  • Adheres to Code of Professional Conduct for Ohio Educators
  • Trained in CPI/Non-Violent Crisis Prevention-- preferred. (will provide training if needed)
  • Experience in IEP writing and Data Collection
  • Must be proficient at conducting FBAs and writing BIPs.
  • Experience working with Emotionally Disturbed/Behaviorally Challenged Students
  • Knowledge of Ohio Academic Content Standards and ability to write lesson plans that coordinate with them and that are differentiated to meet the needs of all students on caseload.
  • Ability to work with a team of professionals to meet the needs of every student.
  • Must have excellent attendance record.
  • Excellent communication skills – verbal/written
  • Prefer to have passing test score on Foundations of Reading (OAE 090)
General Description: Constructs and implements Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs) and Behavior Plans for ED & other students in Learning Center program; conducts evaluations required to document student progress toward goals & objectives; participates in parent conferences to share information pertaining to the IEP & student progress.

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:
  • Attends to the mission statement of the Learning Center.
  • Maintains a positive learning environment and understands and implement PBIS strategies.
  • Constructs and coordinates the development of IEPs containing all necessary pertinent information and annual goals with short-term objectives for students.
  • Follows the established classroom management system that the Learning Center supports, contracts with student; teaches pro-social skills to the students following the process of modeling, discussion, role playing as part of their daily lesson plans.
  • Develop effective educational experiences that engage and stimulate student learning.
  • Varies instructional strategies to address students’ varied learning styles.
  • Communicates expectations, provides guidance, and shows an active interest in student progress.
  • Develops rapport and regular communication with parents/guardians.
  • Utilizes the daily system of documentation/information collection to verify implementation of objectives and individual student progress towards goals and objectives relating to behavior and academics.
  • Develops and implements weekly lesson plans, writing monthly reports to the home school of the student and writing a monthly observation of his/her group.
  • Develops a knowledge of required content standards and courses of study.
  • Follows the policies and procedures for redirection of behaviors and disciplinary action for Learning Center students adopted by GCESC.
  • Participates in in-service training provided for staff.
  • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance and punctuality.
  • Subscribes to the annual Teacher Evaluation process.
  • Other responsibilities that correlate with this teaching position.
  • Responsible for maintaining proper license and credentials.
  • Must remain up to date with LPDC and IPDP requirements.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Serves as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens.
  • Conducts other duties related to the teacher’s duties as assigned by the Director/Principal or GCESC Superintendent of schools.
Abilities Required:
  • Demonstrates professionalism and maintains a positive work attitude.
  • Effectively uses verbal, nonverbal, writing, and listening skills.
  • Completes paperwork accurately.
  • Verifies and correctly enters data.
  • Organizes tasks and manages time effectively.
  • Maintains an acceptable attendance record and is punctual.
  • Employee shall remain free from any alcohol or non-prescribed controlled substance in the workplace throughout his/her employment in the center.
  • Pass BCI/FBI background checks.
Working Conditions: Exposure to the following situations may range from remote to frequent based on circumstances and factors that may not be predictable.
  • Duties may require bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, and standing.
  • Duties may require lifting, carrying, and moving work-related supplies/equipment.
  • Duties may require operating and/or riding in a vehicle.
  • Duties require traveling to meetings and work assignments.
  • Duties may require working under time constraints to meet deadlines.
  • Potential for exposure to adverse weather conditions and temperature extremes.
  • Potential for exposure to blood-borne pathogens and communicable diseases.
  • Potential for adverse contact with aggressive, disruptive, and/or unruly individuals.

Questions about this position? Please contact Brad Kayata, Director of Learning Center, at [email protected], 937 7671303, ext. 1141.

Please submit application, certificates, resume', and cover letter. All applicants must provide at least three professional references.

Mental Health Positions
Prevention Specialist
Title:  GCESC Prevention Specialist
Reports to:  GCESC Mental Health Department, Supervisor of Prevention Services
Employment Status:  Full or Part-Time,
Full Time Salary Range:  Dependent on experience, $42,913 -$55,285, excellent benefits
FLSA Status: Exempt

  • Education—Bachelor's degree in Social Services/Social work or related field
  • License:  Current Prevention Services licenses (see below) preferred, applicants in process may be considered 
“Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist” (OCPS) means an individual who holds a current, valid certificate as an Ohio certified prevention specialist, issued by the state of Ohio, chemical dependency professionals board, according to Chapter 4758. of the Revised Code.
“Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant” (OCPC) means an Individual who holds a current, valid certificate as an Ohio certified prevention consultant, issued by the state of Ohio, chemical dependency professionals board, according to Chapter 4758. of the Revised Code.
Applicant must currently hold a license qualifying him/her to provide Prevention Services under OAC 5122-29-20 or OAC 5122-29-30.  If the candidate does not hold the proper certification at start of employment, then it is expected that s/he earn Certified Prevention Specialist license within one year of employment.
  • Applicant must have work experience in the field of prevention — specifically, with students in grades K-12.  Work experience of at least two years is preferred.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent presentation skills, organizational skills, and technology/computer skills
  • Ability to be flexible and professional in dealing with staff, stakeholders, partners, and students
  • Ability to be proactive in finding resources and partners to aide in implementing programs for students
  • Strong and positive work history and attendance records
  • Must possess considerable knowledge of community organization principles and resources and community prevention needs
  • Solid knowledge of current trends and developments in prevention programs
  • Ability to plan and implement prevention programs for diverse populations
  • Must be a self-motivator who is adept at planning, scheduling and timelines
  • Familiarity with substance abuse prevention, ideally SBIRT
General Duties and Task:  
  • Comply with GCESC policies and procedures.
  • Conducts, coordinates, and implements prevention services and activities on behalf of the organization.
  • Establishes and maintains positive relationships with partner agencies and school districts 
  • Participates in all necessary meetings and trainings
  • Leads various student programs/activities such as Youth Led Prevention 
  • Have ability to survey stakeholders, examine needs assessment results, and implement programs based on those results
  • Ability to team with various people from various agencies and districts
Questions about this position?  Please contact Kimi Kesling, HR Coordinator and Executive Assistant, at [email protected], 937 7671303, ext. 1105.

Please submit application, certificates, resume', and cover letter.  All applicants must provide at least three professional references.

Substitute Teachers and Aides
Substitute Teachers and Classroom Assistants Needed
Thank you for your interest in becoming a substitute teacher and/or aide for the Greene County ESC! This will allow you to substitute teach in the Greene County ESC programs, as well as substitute as an educational aide. Substitute Teacher pay is $110.00 per day and Classroom Assistant pay is $90.00 per day. Please know, if you are interested in substituting for other Greene County schools, you will need to contact their board offices directly.

The substitute application process requires:

1. The completion of all new hire tax and payroll forms and the application here<> on the Dayton Area School Employment Consortium.

2. An Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Substitute or Teacher’s License. - If you do not have a current license with the ODE, you will need to create a SAFE account at<>

3. Official college transcript(s).

4. BCI and FBI fingerprinting completed at the Greene County ESC. You will need to bring your driver’s license and social security card. The cost is $60.00, payable by cash and check only.

Substitutes are approved at our monthly board meetings which are held on the second Thursday of each month. The deadline for completed paper work is the Tuesday prior to the meeting.

Once you have completed your application, please contact Kimi Kesling via email<mailto:[email protected]?subject=Substitute%20Teaching> or at 937-767-1303 ext. 1105 to schedule a time to complete your fingerprints and your paperwork. 

Infant Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

The Greene County Educational Service Center is accepting applications for: 

Infant Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Infant Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant position available. Position is part-time with a flexible schedule, grant funded with a competitive compensation package. Possibility of continuation based on IECMH Program achieving grant outcomes.
IECMH Consultant provides virtual and onsite coaching, mentoring, modeling and training for adults related to developmentally appropriate interventions and strategies that enhance the emotional well-being of children. IECMH Consultants work collaboratively with the schools, child care center staff, families and community partners to increase capacity so all children can achieve school success.
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include: Master degree and/or licensure in mental health or related field: Social Work, Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood Education or any related services field. Valid Ohio Professional License and/or Certification, Ohio IECMH Professional credential, LISW or LPCC preferred. Two years experience in the field: providing direct or indirect services for young children; classroom consultation; in-home consultation; offering support, mentoring and/or training to adults caring for or working with young children (birth- 2nd grade). Knowledge in the areas of developmentally appropriate practices, knowledge of concepts of early child development and mental health disorders. Must be able to integrate mental health services and philosophies in group settings. Must be able to work on cross disciplinary teams. Requires excellent skills in communication, observation, interviewing and assessment. Ability to work with adults and children and knowledge of learning styles. Knowledge of county mental health systems. Knowledge of and adherence to ethical standards of profession. Demonstrate a sincere desire to aid all students, staff, and the community, and display compassion, kindness and tolerance. Good health, high moral character, and acceptable attendance record. Computer Literacy; demonstrate competence in using computer-related programs including database programs. Current in primary field of practice through continuing education. Valid driver’s license, and be able to pass BCI and FBI verifications required.
CONTRACT: Part-Time, School Year (up to 183 days)
SALARY: In accordance with the salary schedule commensurate with training and experience
Application Deadline: ongoing
Interested persons should contact:
Grace Schoessow
Director, IECMH
Greene County Educational Service Center
360 East Enon Road
Yellow Springs, OH 45387

Intensive Needs Classroom Assistant 1:1

Title:                            Intensive Needs Classroom Educational Assistant 1:1
Reports to:                  Director/Designee’
Employment Status:  7 hours per day (depending on assignment/program)
FLSA Status:                Non-Exempt

General Description: 
Assistant will work primarily with that specific student as the contract indicates. This Assistant may be assigned differently if that student is absent or if the needs of the program dictate a change as determined by the Director of the program
General Description: 
Works with students and staff in an effort to provide them with the academic and emotional support needed to gain full benefit from the building's programming. Assists in the preparation of activities and materials, monitor and document student behavior. Use PBIS strategies to enhance student outcomes. 

  1. High School diploma (Minimum) 
  2. ODE Educational Aide Permit 
  3. Non-Violent Crisis Prevention (CPI) Training (Must be updated as prescribed by GCESC.)
  4. Excellent attendance record
  5. Ability to be patient and compassionate when working with students with special needs who display emotional or behavioral issues
  6. Ability to be flexible is necessary
  7. Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding all records and issues on students
  8. Experience working with students who are at-risk and/or have Emotional Disturbance and/or Behavior Issues, preferred

Essential Functions: 

  1. Observes Teacher teaching lessons, then work with students to reinforce what the teacher has taught as directed by the teacher. 
  2. Work with small groups or individuals to reinforce material introduced by the teacher.  
  3. Establish a supportive, sympathetic, and professional relationship with students. 
  4. Participates in physical education activities, recreational activities with students and teacher. 
  5. Assist with record-keeping procedures to document student learning and performance. 
  6. Escorts students to appropriate classes/other areas and remains with students -modeling appropriate behavior. 
  7. Willingness to work with students who may show aggressive behavior including but not limited to: hitting, biting, scratching, throwing objects, and/or verbal abuse.
  8. Escorts students to the restroom and may assist with toileting issues if necessary,
  9. Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance. 
  10. May be asked to help in preparing materials for lessons. 
  11. Works cooperatively with building and program staff, students, parents.
  12. Assist in non-instructional areas when asked such as lunch duty, restroom duty, bus duty, playground duty, ISS duty and other school related non-classroom areas.  
  13. The teaching assistant may have the sole responsibility for a student or students when it is necessary for the teacher to leave the classroom. 

Salary: Depending on experience/education
For more information please contract Amy Baldridge at [email protected]

Part Time Job Coach

The Greene County ESC is currently accepting applicants for a part time Job Coach (1-1.5 days a week). 
 About Us: The Greene County Educational Service Center (GCESC) is proud to serve the public school districts in Greene County, Ohio. The GCESC offers an array of programs and services including but not limited to Prevention Programming, Special Programs/Activities, Pupil Personnel and Administrative Support, School Improvement and Instructional Support, Staff Development, and Special Education Services and Programs. Some of our specific services include Speech/Language, Physical, Occupational Therapies, Adaptive Physical Education; Alternative School and Behavior Intervention for At-Risk Students; Mental Health Support Services, Vision & Hearing Intervention as well as Audiology Services, and Early Childhood Development/Preschool Programs. GCESC serves the school districts of Beavercreek City, Cedar Cliff Local, Fairborn City, Greeneview Local, Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local, Xenia Community, and Yellow Springs Exempted Village, as well as the Greene County Career Center.

  • CPI certified (Preferred.  Training can be offered through GCESC.)
  • Ability to use technology—Computer for charting/documentation and other purposes. 
  • Educational Aide permit needed through ODE
  • High School Diploma
  • Experience working with students with varying ability levels/special needs (preferred)

 Job Coach position job duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Coaches/supervises students at job training sites
  • Completes task analysis on students as requested
  • Monitors student performance in a variety of work sites according to program guidelines.
  • Determines additional skills student needs in order to be successful
  • Maintains confidentiality for students, parents, and staff in all aspects of job
  • Provides specific guidance to students in how to perform jobs
  • Works under the direction of the Transition Coordinator
  • Works with students at specified classrooms in districts and/or job training sites in the community.
  • Works cooperatively with all District, GCESC, and job site staff
  • Understands levels of students under his/her guidance will have varying ability levels and will need to be able to gauge assistance dependent on those abilities.
  • Has acceptable oral and written language skills
  • Follows all procedures under Board Policy and Legal requirements
  • Is self-motivated, able to self-initiate in times of being unsupervised.

 Classroom Assistant Salary Schedule: range $17 to $23 per hour depending on experience paid on the classroom assistant salary schedule
 Start date: August 15, 2023
 Our Mission: The mission of the Greene County ESC is to promote widespread success for our students by providing essential, effective, specialized, and innovative services that foster collaborative, valued partnerships amongst all stakeholders.
 Our Vision: The Greene County ESC will continue to develop and provide creative, efficient, and customized shared-services to our stakeholders.  We aspire to create opportunities for innovation in the delivery of services that will benefit students, families, our partners in education, regional organizations and communities

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