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Substitute Teachers and Aides
Substitute Teachers and Classroom Assistants Needed
Seeking substitute Teachers and Classroom Assistants.

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 $75 to $85 per day.

Those interested in subbing should email Anita Sams at [email protected]
Access Greene ESC Employment Opportunities
The Greene ESC is a member of the Dayton Area School Employment Consortium. Our job postings as listed above can be accessed at this site by clicking on the link above and then clicking on Job Listings:

GCESC Prevention Specialist
  • Education—Bachelor's degree in Social Services/Social work or related field
  • License:  Applicant must be willing to pursue and complete or currently hold a license qualifying to provide Prevention Services (see below) 
“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.
  • Familiarity with substance abuse prevention, ideally SBIRT
  • 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
  • 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, implement, and evaluate prevention programs for diverse populations
  • 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 be a self-motivator who is adept at planning schedule and timelines.
General Duties and Tasks:
  • 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
Reports to Mental Health Department at GCESC
This is a grant-funded position, with funding dependent upon renewal and/or extension of funds. 
Start date April 2021
Interested persons should contact: Dr. Tim Callahan, Director of Mental Health Services.
[email protected]. (937) 767-1303, ext. 1127
An Equal Opportunity Employer

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant position available. Position will be part-time during time-finite grant funding period - with competitive compensation package.  Possibility of continuation. 
ECMH Consultant provides onsite coaching, mentoring, modeling and training to staff related to developmentally appropriate interventions and classroom management strategies that enhance the emotional well-being of children. The ECMH Consultant works closely and cooperatively with the school and center staff and administration of the assigned district(s) and areas to increase youth’s capacity for school success. 
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include: Bachelor degree in Social Work, Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood Education or related field, Master Degree preferred. Valid Ohio Professional License and Certification, Ohio ECMH Professional credential and LISW or LPCC preferred. Two years’ experience in working with young children in a classroom setting and or in-home providing consultation, support, mentoring and training to individuals as well as small and large groups of adults. 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. 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 the field of practice through continuing education. Valid driver’s license, and be able to pass BCI and FBI verifications required. 
This is a grant-funded position, with funding dependent upon renewal and/or extension of funds. Full-time or part-time available.  
Start date: April 2021
SALARY:  In accordance with the salary schedule commensurate with training and experience
Interested persons should contact: Dr. Tim Callahan at [email protected], (937) 767-1303, ext. 1127
An Equal Opportunity Employer

Speech Language Pathologist
The Greene County ESC is seeking at least two qualified Speech Therapists for the coming school year.

Speech Language Pathologist -- for 2021-22 school year
Certified - Special Education - Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech Language Pathologist to work in schools with preschool/school age children delivering speech and language services to students on IEPs. Assessment of students, writing ETRs, IEPs that are compliant with federal and state standards.

Must have appropriate Licensure. (only qualified applicants should apply)
  • Solid communication skills and organizational skills.  Ability to collaborate with many individuals.
  • IEP writing and data collection skills.
  • Ability to work in school settings and follow school protocols.
  • Ability to use technology for inputting data, Medicaid billing, ETR and IEP writing, etc.
  • Ability to work in-person or virtually depending on the needs of the specific students/school district
  • Tech skills - Ability to input data/case notes into data management system (HPC).
  • Ability to write IEPs on array of computer programs.
  • Travel to various school sites - given mileage reimbursement. 
  • Grade levels-range-PK to 12th grade (depending on specific assignment(s)
Salary - $50,147 - $72,000 range-- years of experience will be considered (based on full school year 183 days)
Please email your interest and questions to:
Cassie Darr, Director of Related Services 
[email protected]
937.767.1303 x 1103

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