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Contact our office today to find out what it takes!
740.283.3347
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Internship Program
        
Eligibility:
  • Adults over 18 able to successfully pass a background check. Undergraduate and Graduate students.

Desired Skills:
  

  • Punctual
  • Trustworthy
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft SQL
  • Microsoft Access
  • Microsoft Publisher
  • Microsoft Power BI

Programs:
  • Education (Online Learning) - Students may be assigned to build, teach or assist with other related online curriculum through a Customized Learning Management System
  • Finance - Students may help in all facets related to healthcare, online learning, community schools, alternative schools, and special education
  • Business - Students may be assigned to assist professionals in all aspects of business management related to education, technology, and healthcare
  • Healthcare Management - Students may have the opportunity to assist underwriters, fiscal officers, business analysts, c-suite level administration, disease management, account management, and legal

Salary:$15.00 per hour (1 to 29 hours per week)

Hours:Flexible to work around student's schedule based upon their unique needs and skills

Apply:  Click here

Send:Resume, Cover Letter, References. Please list area(s) of interest.
                     
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Teachers' Aide - Animal Science/Special Ed  (Jefferson County JVS)

Position:                                 Teachers’ Aide- Animal Science/Special Ed
 
Location:                                Jefferson County Vocational School
                                                1509 County Highway 22A Bloomingdale, OH 43910
 
Application:                           Apply to Superintendent Dr. Todd Phillipson at the above address.                     
            Please include three references with your resume.   
 
Posting:                                 August 2- August 9, 2023 or until filled
 
Beginning Date:                    August 22, 2023
 
General Job Description:     The Teachers’ Aide will perform duties assigned by the Principal/Supervisor.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing assistance to the students, and the Instructor of Animal Science.  The aide will assist the Instructor, working with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher.  Focus of the position is to prepare students to be successful in their lab, providing assistance to the instructor with regards to lab safety and training.   The aide will need to be qualified to drive students to training sites with van and obtain van driver license.  In addition, the aide will assist students in labs/classroom with assignment from the Principal/Supervisor.
 
 
Qualifications:                       An Educational Aide Permit will need to be acquired through the Ohio Department of Education.  A knowledge or willingness to learn about laboratory equipment and computers, and a good background in the Animal Science (Dog Grooming) field is desired.  Must enjoy working with struggling learners.    
 
Salary:                                    Prorated at an hourly rate, $13.16/hour- $21.19/hour, based on experience; terms of employment are 29 ½ hours per week, 187 days, with 9 paid holidays (based on the regular school year)
 
Other Benefits:                       Paid sick leave, personal leave, and School Employees Retirement System
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Teachers' Aide - Health Technology (Part-Time) - Jefferson County JVS

Position: Teachers’ Aide- Health Technology (Part-Time)
 
Location: Jefferson County Vocational School
1509 County Highway 22A Bloomingdale, OH 43910
 
Application: Apply to Superintendent Dr. Todd Phillipson at the above address.                     
Please include three references with your resume.  
 
Posting: July 19-July 26, 2023 or until filled
 
Beginning Date: August 22, 2023
 
General Job Description: The Teachers’ Aide will perform duties assigned by the Principal/Supervisor.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing assistance to the students, and the Instructor of Health Technology.  The aide will assist the Instructor, working with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher.  Focus of the position is to help prepare students to be successful in their lab, providing assistance to the instructor with regards to lab safety and training.   The aide will need to be qualified to drive students to training sites with van and obtain van driver license.  
 
 
Qualifications: An Educational Aide Permit will need to be acquired through the Ohio Department of Education.  A knowledge or willingness to learn about laboratory equipment and computers, and a good background in the health field is desired.  Must enjoy working with struggling learners.    
 
Salary: Prorated at an hourly rate, $13.16/hour- $21.19/hour, based on experience; terms of employment are 29 ½ hours per week, 187 days, with 9 paid holidays (based on the regular school year)
 
Other Benefits: Paid sick leave, personal leave, and School Employees Retirement System
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Intervention Specialist - Jefferson County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Job Description: Jefferson County Board of Developmental Disabilities’ School of Bright Promise is looking for highly motivated Intervention Specialists to educate students with challenging behaviors.

About Bright Promise:   Bright Promise is a local leader in servicing students with complex needs. The program services several students with Autism. The program works to deliver individualized instruction to address the functional and academic needs of children so that they can learn the skills to be able to move to a less restrictive environment.

What it’s Like to Work Here:  Ask our employees, and the one word they would use to describe Bright Promise is “rewarding”.   Our team members all share a positive attitude, problem solving abilities and patience, enabling them to provide excellent educational services even during the most challenging times. Continuous training is provided to improve skills of staff.

A Day in the Life as an Intervention Specialist:  As the person running instruction in the classroom, our Intervention Specialists work with aides to deliver academic and behavioral instruction as well as working on functional skills.

Qualifications to be an Intervention Specialist: 
  • Intervention Specialist (K-12) or (PreK-6) License
  • Detail oriented
  • Good communications skills
  • Ability to collect and analyze data and make sound decisions based on the data
 If interested, please submit your resume to [email protected]
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School Psychologist PK-12
 
Assignment Area:     Jefferson County Educational Service Center 
                                    2023 Sunset Boulevard
                                    Steubenville, Ohio 43952
 
Work Location:         Multiple School Districts
 
Salary:                        Based upon education and experience on the salary schedule
 
Employment Date:    August 2023
 
Contract:                    210 day contract
 
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • Valid Ohio School Psychologist certificate/license
  • Knowledge and experience in measures of psycho-educational assessment and interpretation
 
General Purpose:
School Psychologists support students’ learning, social development, and mental and behavioral health using problem solving, assessment, data-based decision-making, and the delivery of evidenced-based interventions. School psychologists collaborate and consult with educators, families, and other professionals to help create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students. 
 
General Responsibilities:
School psychologists provide a comprehensive range of services as described in the current standards from the National Association of School Psychologists while complying with federal and state model policies and procedures, complete all required reports and record keeping in accordance with required timelines, and maintain confidentiality. The school psychologist functions as part of the district’s Student Support Services Team. This team collaboratively provides a multi-tiered system of support through implementation and monitoring of evidence-based behavioral and academic interventions for all students in need. The services provided should reflect the specific needs of the students, families, and schools served and address the following non-exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, and expectations:
 
Duties:
Data-Based Decision Making and Accountability:
School psychologists utilize varied models and methods of assessment and data collection for identifying strengths and needs of individual students and the broader school community, developing effective services and programs, and measuring progress and outcomes. Collaboration will occur with intervention-based assistance teams and/or assist with interventions and progress monitoring in an MTSS system.
 
Consultation and Collaboration:
School psychologists consult and collaborate with colleagues, students, families and other stakeholders to promote effective implementation of services.
 
Interventions and Instructional Support to Develop Academic Skills:
School psychologists, in collaboration with others, use assessment and data collection methods to implement and evaluate services that support cognitive and academic skills. Comprehensive evaluations will be completed for individual students suspected of having a disability, interpret results, and provide a written report.Evaluations will also be completed for gifted and talented programs.
 
Interventions and Mental Health Services to Develop Social and Life Skills:
School psychologists, in collaboration with others, use assessment and data-collection methods to implement and evaluate services that support socialization, learning, and mental and behavioral health, including but not limited to behavioral supports, individual and group counseling, and social skills training.
 
School-Wide Practices to Promote Learning:
School psychologists develop and implement practices and strategies to create and maintain effective and supportive learning environments for children and others (e.g., positive behavior interventions and supports).
 
Preventive and Responsive Services:
School psychologists promote services that enhance learning, mental and behavioral health, safety, and physical well-being through protective and adaptive factors and to implement effective crisis preparation, response, and recovery.
 
Family–School Collaboration Services:
School psychologists implement and evaluate services that respond to culture and context and facilitate family and school partnerships and interactions with community agencies for enhancement of academic and social–behavioral outcomes for children.
 
Diversity in Development and Learning:
School psychologists provide effective professional services that promote effective functioning for individuals, families, and schools with diverse characteristics, cultures, and backgrounds and across multiple contexts, with recognition that an understanding and respect for diversity in development and learning and advocacy for social justice are foundations for all aspects of service delivery.
 
Research and Program Evaluation:
School psychologists evaluate and apply research as a foundation for service delivery and, in collaboration with others, use various techniques and technology resources for data collection, measurement, and analysis to support effective practices at the individual, group, and/or systems levels.
 
Legal, Ethical, and Professional Practice:
School psychologists provide services consistent with ethical, legal, and professional standards; engage in responsive ethical and professional decision-making; collaborate with other professionals; and apply professional work characteristics needed for effective practice as school psychologists, including respect for human diversity and social justice, communication skills, effective interpersonal skills, responsibility, adaptability, initiative, dependability, and technology skills.
 
Working Conditions, Environment, and Physical Requirements:   
Qualified applicants will possess good oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, problem solving, and consultation and collaboration skills. Oral and written communication is required for sharing information with staff and parents. Computer processing and data entry are required for this position. Visual acuity and hearing are required for the delivery of assessment, intervention, and consultation services. Occasional lifting of materials and equipment of less than 25 pounds and assisting with students may be required. The ability to maintain emotional control under stress and work with multiple deadlines, a variety of people and personnel, and frequent interruptions is required. The school psychologist also may be asked to perform other duties assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential tasks. 
 
Other Opportunities:
School psychologists have the opportunity to participate in various departmental and district-wide initiatives, including but not limited to serving on advisory groups or steering committees, and providing professional development and mentorship or supervision (depending on experience). Professional development opportunities are provided as well as membership to state and national organizations.
 
Qualified individuals desiring consideration for employment must submit a letter of interest and resume to:
 
Amber Fomenko
Jefferson County Educational Service Center
2023 Sunset Boulevard
Steubenville, Ohio 43952
Phone: 740.283.3347 x125

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English Instructor - Jefferson County JVS

Position:     English Instructor                                               Beginning Date:   August 2023
 
Certification/Licensure:   English
 
Location:  Jefferson County Vocational School
1509 County Highway 22A Bloomingdale, OH 43910
 
Application:  Apply to Superintendent Dr. Todd Phillipson at the above address.   
 Please include three references with your resume.
                  
  
Posting:  June 21, 2023- July 5, 2023 or until filled
 
General Job Description:
  1. Instruct students in English utilizing course of study approved by the Board of Education.
  2. Plan/direct learning activities and evaluate the learning experience of students.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of students with learning disabilities and handicaps.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
  1. Valid Ohio teaching license in High School English.
 
Essential Functions:
The following are typical work responsibilities:
  1. Participate in staff meetings, conferences, and other required school activities.
  2. Maintain accurate records and submit reports on time.
  3. Maintain the confidentiality of privileged information and demonstrate a respect for personal privacy.
  4. Report suspected child abuse and/or neglect to administrators and serve as a positive role model for others.
  5. Strive to develop rapport with students, staff, and administration and serve as a positive role model for others.
  6. Maintain a professional appearance.  Dress in work attire appropriate for the position/situation.
  7. Promote a professional image of the school district.  Encourage community partnerships, which enhance district programs.
  8. Uphold board policies and follow administrative guidelines/procedures.  Refer policy interpretation inquiries to administrative staff.
Salary:  Placement on the salary schedule will be based on educational level and teaching experience.
Benefits:  School Teachers’ Retirement System, Group hospitalization, major medical, life, dental, and vision insurance, sick leave, and personal leave.
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Intensive Care Coordinator (Canton Area)

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Moderate Care Coordinator (Canton Area)
 
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Lakeland Academy Elementary Teacher

Responsibilities
  1. Ensure safety of students
  2. Teach and evaluate the students using sound instructional practices
  3. Effectively manage the classroom and individual student behavior to maintain a good learning environment, disciplining students when necessary
  4. Prepare clear and timely lesson plans
  5. Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required
  6. Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development
  7. Attend parent/teacher conferences
  8. Ensure students are learning all subject material by regular evaluation which includes using formative and summative assessments on a regular basis
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of subject matter and present clear, complete and accurate explanations utilizing a variety of instructional techniques and media suitable to the level of learners
  10. Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students
Full Description
  1. Facilitate learning by identifying and understanding individual characteristics of all students taught and present subject matter accordingly; manage the classroom by organizing it to stimulate learning and to foster discipline; make professional decision about what to teach and across subject areas based on available curriculum guidelines
Position Type: Full-Time
Positions Available: 1
Job category: Teacher
Qualifications:  Ohio Kindergarten-Elementary (K-8) License or PreK-3 License
 
Contact Lakeland Academy: Scott Celestin   
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Paraprofessional (Lakeland Academy - Harrison County)

Position: Paraprofessional

Assignment Area: Jefferson County Educational Service Center
                               2023 Sunset Boulevard
                               Steubenville, Ohio 43952
 
Work Location: Lakeland Academy- Harrison County
 
Salary/Benefits: Based on experience and salary schedule
                            Fringe benefits include hospitalization, prescription drugs, dental and vision    
                      
Employment: immediate 2022-2023 School Year
  
Qualifications: 
  • Ohio Department of Education Educational Aide permit
  • Must pass BCI/FBI Background check
 
Specific Duties: 
  • Provide support to the instructional program with specific responsibility for assisting in the supervision of students, providing administrative support to teachers, preparing educational materials for daily instruction, and other duties deemed necessary by classroom teachers and administration.
 Qualified individuals desiring consideration for employment must submit a letter of interest to:
 Scott Celestin
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Middle Grades ELA Teacher (Lakeland Academy - Harrison County)
 
Responsibilities
  • Ensure safety of students
  • Teach and evaluate the students using sound instructional practices
  • Effectively manage the classroom and individual student behavior to maintain a good learning environment, disciplining students when necessary
  • Prepare clear and timely lesson plans
  • Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development
  • Attend parent/teacher conferences
  • Ensure students are learning all subject material by regular evaluation which includes using formative and summative assessments on a regular basis
  • Demonstrate knowledge of subject matter and present clear, complete and accurate explanations utilizing a variety of instructional techniques and media suitable to the level of learners
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students
Full Description
  • Facilitate learning by identifying and understanding individual characteristics of all students taught and present subject matter accordingly; manage the classroom by organizing it to stimulate learning and to foster discipline; make professional decision about what to teach and across subject areas based on available curriculum guidelines
Position Type: Full-Time
Positions Available: 2
Job category: Teacher
Qualifications: Ohio Middle Childhood (4-9) License ELA or Kindergarten-Elementary (K-8) License

Contact Lakeland Academy: Scott Celestin   
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Middle Grades Math Teacher (Lakeland Academy - Harrison County)
 
Responsibilities
  • Ensure safety of students
  • Teach and evaluate the students using sound instructional practices
  • Effectively manage the classroom and individual student behavior to maintain a good learning environment, disciplining students when necessary
  • Prepare clear and timely lesson plans
  • Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development
  • Attend parent/teacher conferences
  • Ensure students are learning all subject material by regular evaluation which includes using formative and summative assessments on a regular basis
  • Demonstrate knowledge of subject matter and present clear, complete and accurate explanations utilizing a variety of instructional techniques and media suitable to the level of learners
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students
Full Description
  • Facilitate learning by identifying and understanding individual characteristics of all students taught and present subject matter accordingly; manage the classroom by organizing it to stimulate learning and to foster discipline; make professional decision about what to teach and across subject areas based on available curriculum guidelines
Position Type: Full-Time
Positions Available: 2
Job category: Teacher
Qualifications: Ohio Middle Childhood (4-9) License Math or Kindergarten-Elementary (K-8) License

Contact Scott Celestin                     Email[email protected]
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High School Grade ELA Teacher (Lakeland Academy - Harrison County)
 
Responsibilities
  • Ensure safety of students
  • Teach and evaluate the students using sound instructional practices
  • Effectively manage the classroom and individual student behavior to maintain a good learning environment, disciplining students when necessary
  • Prepare clear and timely lesson plans
  • Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development
  • Attend parent/teacher conferences
  • Ensure students are learning all subject material by regular evaluation which includes using formative and summative assessments on a regular basis
  • Demonstrate knowledge of subject matter and present clear, complete and accurate explanations utilizing a variety of instructional techniques and media suitable to the level of learners
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students
Full Description
  • Facilitate learning by identifying and understanding individual characteristics of all students taught and present subject matter accordingly; manage the classroom by organizing it to stimulate learning and to foster discipline; make professional decision about what to teach and across subject areas based on available curriculum guidelines
Position Type: Full-Time
Positions Available: 1
Job category: Teacher
Qualifications: Ohio Middle Childhood (4-9) License ELA or Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) License ELA
 
Interested applicants, please contact Lakeland Academy: Scott Celestin
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High School Math Teacher - Lakeland Academy (Harrison County)
 
Responsibilities
  • Ensure safety of students
  • Teach and evaluate the students using sound instructional practices
  • Effectively manage the classroom and individual student behavior to maintain a good learning environment, disciplining students when necessary
  • Prepare clear and timely lesson plans
  • Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the students which will promote their welfare and their proper educational development
  • Attend parent/teacher conferences
  • Ensure students are learning all subject material by regular evaluation which includes using formative and summative assessments on a regular basis
  • Demonstrate knowledge of subject matter and present clear, complete and accurate explanations utilizing a variety of instructional techniques and media suitable to the level of learners
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students
Full Description
  • Facilitate learning by identifying and understanding individual characteristics of all students taught and present subject matter accordingly; manage the classroom by organizing it to stimulate learning and to foster discipline; make professional decision about what to teach and across subject areas based on available curriculum guidelines
Position Type: Full-Time
Positions Available: 1
Job category: Teacher
Qualifications: Ohio Middle Childhood (4-9) License Math or Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) License Math
 
Interested applicants, please contact Lakeland Academy: Scott Celestin
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