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The following position is anticipated. Staff members and others interested should apply to the contact specified for the position:

Job Title
Type
Location
Application deadline
Challenge Course Facilitator
Part-Time
NY
August 5, 2016

DUTIES:
Challenge Course Facilitators lead team building and challenge course programs for grades 5-12 in September to early November. Assistance in challenge course maintenance as needed. Part-time as needed. Programs take place at Madden Outdoor Ed Center in Putnam County, P/NW BOCES in Westchester County and at schools throughout Putnam and Westchester Counties.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Some experience with team building/challenge course programs, experience working with students grades 5-12, ability to process a challenge course/team building experience with students. Mandatory one day training in late August.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
Be comfortable working with students in an outdoor setting.

To Begin: September 6, 2016

Apply online at: www.olasjobs.org

Application Deadline: August 5, 2016

Practical Nursing Theory Instructor
Full-Time
NY
August 5, 2016

DUTIES:
Applicants must have strong Nursing Theory and Medical-Surgical experience, plus a minimum BSN degree. Theory instructors are responsible for teaching all Practical Nursing modules. Classes meet Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum BSN Degree.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
Dynamic, self-starter with previous teaching experience preferred. Excellent communication and organizational skills required.

To Begin: September 1, 2016

Apply online at: www.olasjobs.org
For Additional Information, please contact:
Alyson Trudeau, Coordinator of Adult & Continuing Education, atrudeau@pnwboces.org

Application Deadline: August 5, 2016

Special Education Supervisor
Full-Time
NY
August 7, 2016

DUTIES:
Exciting leadership opportunity for an exceptional school administrator. The Supervisor of Special Education will serve as the Principal of The Fox Meadow Middle School/High School for students in grades 7-12. Students who attend our programs present with a variety of social, emotional and learning challenges. The program supports students who receive special education services, as well as students who receive general education services in a supportive and therapeutic atmosphere emphasizing a rigorous curriculum that is aligned with the NYS Common Core Standards. The supervisor will work with a team of highly qualified student centered content-area teachers, school counselors, learning specialists, clinicians, paraprofessionals, and administrators.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of special education; proven ability as a leader with knowledge of effective instructional practices for students with disabilities; be an innovative planner and an effective communicator who has developed positive relationships with colleagues, faculty, staff, students and parents. Expertise in staff supervision and evaluation with knowledge of APPR process is required.

Candidate must possess a degree in special education or related field as well as New York State administrative certification (SAS, SDA, SBL, SDL). Competitive salary and benefits.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
Previous experience as an administrator of programs for students with disabilities desired. Candidate must be highly organized and have effective communication skills.

To Begin: As soon as possible

Apply online at: www.olasjobs.org
For Additional Information, please contact:
Shelley Fleischmann, Director of Special Education,
Phone: (914) 248-2350
Email: sfleischmann@pnwboces.org

Application Deadline: August 7, 2016

Jr. Developer (Civil Service Title: Programmer)
Full-Time
NY
August 15, 2016

DUTIES:
PNW BOCES is seeking a full-time Jr. Developer with a good blend of design, analytical, and application development skills to join our team on-site in Yorktown Heights, NY.

As a Jr. Developer, you’ll be part of a development team that is responsible for providing support/enhancements for existing database-driven web applications, as well as developing/designing/implementing new custom .NET applications. The applications that you create will be used by internal teams as well as external customers.

REQUIRED TECHNICAL SKILLS:

  • Understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP) and design
  • 3+ years of hands-on server-side experience developing web based applications using the Microsoft technology stack including: C#, ASP.NET MVC, SQL Server, and Visual Studio
  • 3+ years of front-end development experience using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, AngularJS, and XML
  • 3+ years of SQL Server and SQL Server DB optimization and tuning
  • Experience in SQL Server stored procedures, triggers, UDFs, etc.
  • Knowledge of User authentication and authorization between multiple systems, servers, and environments
  • Understanding of responsive web design to be able to create web interfaces and sites that can be viewed on multiple devices
  • Knowledge of Team Foundation Server and Agile development is highly preferred

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must qualify through Civil Service.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
Strong verbal and written communication skills, strong problem solving capabilities, eager to learn new techniques and technologies, and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

To Begin: September 6, 2016

Apply online at: www.olasjobs.org
For Additional Information, please contact:
Jamie Molina, Director of Information Technology, jmolina@pnwboces.org

Application Deadline: August 15, 2016

Bilingual Psychological Evaluator
Per-diem
NY
August 19, 2016

DUTIES:
The bilingual psychologist evaluator works on a per diem basis for the Guidance and Child Study Center at Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES. The psychologist uses his/her skills as a bilingual evaluator to assess the student’s current cognitive and academic levels as requested in the referral. This typically includes such activities as assessment of language proficiency in the relevant languages spoken, determination of the family’s language history, consideration of cultural background, selection of appropriate evaluation instruments (i.e. academic, behavioral and/or cognitive evaluation tools), and other steps as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Certified NYS School Psychologist. Bilingual Extension.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
The candidate must be fluent and capable of evaluating students in any of the following languages: Spanish, French/Creole, Portuguese, Greek, Vietnamese, Korean or Russian.

To Begin: As soon as possible

Apply online at: www.olasjobs.org
For Additional Information, please contact:
Neil Boyle, Coordinator of The Guidance & Child Study Center, nboyle@pnwboces.org

Application Deadline: August 15, 2016

Substitute Teacher
Part-Time
NY
Ongoing

DUTIES:
Substitute teachers are needed to work in an exciting, collaborative, team based environment where they will follow developed lesson plans in various career and trade area programs. Some examples of substitute duties include: Maintaining a safe classroom environment, supervision of students in various classroom settings such as technical classrooms and computer labs.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates must has a desire to work with students in grades 10-12, and to assist them in achieving their goals in their chosen field of study. Must be organized, thoughtful, positive, and able to follow developed lesson plans. Good communication skills to deal effectively with students, staff, and administrators. Teacher or Teaching Assistant certification preferred, but not required. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
Must be flexible and adaptable.

To Begin: As soon as possible

Apply online at: www.olasjobs.org

For additional information please contact:
Debra P. LaPadula
Administrative Assistant
Phone: (914) 248-2383
Email: dlapadula@pnwboces.org

Application Deadline: Ongoing

Teacher Aide
Part-Time
NY
Ongoing

DUTIES:
Anticipated vacancies for 1-1 Aides needed to work with students with disabilities in a variety of programs. The position requires management of student behavior, lifting for all self-care activities, swimming, and assisted feeding. To begin as soon as needed to meet the requirements of student IEPs.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Ability to form positive relationships with students; good interpersonal skills; ability to observe and report accurately. High School diploma required.

CHARACTERISTICS DESIRED:
Ability to positively manage student behavior in a school setting. Must be organized, dependable, and have the ability to work in a team environment.

To Begin: As needed

Please apply online at: olasjobs.org

Application Deadline: Ongoing