Employment

 

Current Postings

 

Substitutes

  • Teacher
  • TA
  • Health Office Assistant  (RN or LPN license in the state of NY and must be up to date on CPR)
  • Custodial
  • Monitor
  • Typist
  • Food Service Worker
  • Bus Driver
  • Bus Attendant

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Special Education Teaching Assistant – Anticipated LOA Position

Position available from April 1, 2023 through June 23, 2023
6.5 hours per day

Requirements:

  • NYS Teaching Assistant Certification preferred, but not required.
  • Experiences working with Students with Disabilities Preferred

Responsibilities:

  • Assist students in a variety of settings.

Contact:

Angela Pastizzo, PPS Director Apastizzo@berlincentral.org

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Special Education Teacher – Anticipated LOA Position – 1st Grade

 

Position available from April 1, 2023 through June 23, 2023

Requirements:

  • NYS Certification in Elementary Education and/or SWD Preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree Required
  • Experiences working with Students with Disabilities Preferred

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate and co-teach in an integrated 1st Grade classroom
  • Provide supplemental instruction in Resource Room
  • Progress monitor IEP goals
  • Provide indirect consult services
  • Communicate with families and related service providers
  • Gather input for IEP writing
  • Participate in IEP meetings

Contact:

Angela Pastizzo, PPS Director Apastizzo@berlincentral.org

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English 7-12 Teacher

  • LOA position
  • High School

Position available immediately through June 23, 2023 Requirements:

● NYS Certification in English 7-12 Preferred

● Bachelor’s Degree Required

● Experiences working with Students with Disabilities Preferred Responsibilities:

  • Create lesson plans, assessments and complete grading that connects to a scale or rubric rooted in the NYS state standards.

  • Collaborate and co-teach in an integrated classroom environment

  • Communicate with families and related service providers as needed

  • Participate in all faculty or grade level meetings during or after school hours

Contact Person:
Kimberly Brownell -BMHS Principal
kbrownell@berlincentral.org

Post end date April 4, 2023

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Health Office Substitute

Position:
Health Office Substitute
Qualifications:
Current NYS RN or LPN License
NYS Driver’s License
CPR Certification

General Statement of Duties:

  • Substitute in the health office
  • Manage medical emergencies
  • Work in a clinical office environment & oversee the health of students,
    including:
  • Sick visits
  • Medication administration
  • Charting health office visits

Starting Salary:
Per CSEA contract

Contact Person:
Kim Brownell, BMHS Principal kbrownell@berlincentral.org

Posting period ends 12/12/22

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Buildings & Grounds Senior Typist

(Competitive Provisional)
8 hours per day
12 months per year

Qualifications:
Graduation from high school supplemented by additional clerical experience and training.

Starting Salary:
Per CSEA Contract

Contact Person:
Cyril Grant
Superintendent of Buildings & Grounds
cgrant@berlincentral.org
518-658-1500

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Guidance Department Senior Typist/District Registrar

(Competitive Provisional)
8 hours per day
11 months per year
Qualifications:
Graduation from high school supplemented by additional clerical experience and training.
Starting Salary:
Per CSEA Contract

Contact Person:

BMHS Principal Kim Brownell kbrownell@berlincentral.org

Building Substitutes

(1 Elementary Elementary & 1 Middle High School)

Summary:

Instructs students and facilitates their learning in the absence of the regular teacher. Full time, 10 month position with pay and health insurance.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides classroom instruction to students as outlined in lesson plans, in the locations and times designated.
  • Creates a classroom that is safe, orderly, conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students.
  • Maintains established routine of the school and classroom procedures in which they are assigned.
  • Comply with all school regulations and policies at all times.
  • Remains at school the entire school day, unless otherwise instructed to leave by building principal.
  • Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
  • Communicates effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Takes attendance and documents daily notes.
  • Compiles a report for the teacher for when they return.
  • Completes other duties as assigned.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in teaching is preferred.
  • Certificate in teaching is preferred.
  • Must be detail oriented and able to follow written and verbal instructions.
  • Experience in a similar role is preferred.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Pay/Health Insurance:

$28,000 per year for 180 work days. Health insurance offered for the position.

Certificates:

Preferred but not required.

Contact Person:

BES Principal  Tracy Kent, tkent@berlincentral.org

BMHS Principal Kim Brownell kbrownell@berlincentral.org

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Mathematic / Reading Teacher – RTI (K-5)

Qualifications:

  • Childhood Education certification required
  • Literacy Certification required
  • Elementary classroom teaching experience
  • Knowledge of Response to Intervention and effective interventions
  • Create goals and objectives with teachers for Tier II and III interventions and maintain appropriate documentation for each
  • Regularly progress monitor students to evaluate effectiveness of interventions
  • Familiar with Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) and Fundations
  • Provide direct and guided instruction as informed by assessment data
  • Reinforce strategies used in the general instruction program, focusing on gaps identified through analysis of student assessment data.
  • Collaborate with classroom teachers for seamless curriculum implementation
  • Serve as a member of the MTSS (multi-tier system of supports) team

Salary:
Per CSEA contract

Contact Person:
Tracy Kent Elementary Principal tkent@berlincentral.org

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TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

Substitute Dispatcher Position

 

POSITION:

  • Substitute  Dispatcher
  • 4-8 Hours per day –  Split Shift
  • April-May 6 week leave position

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma 
  • Good knowledge of geographic lay-out of school district 
  • Willingness to learn school transportation operating systems
  • Ability to deal effectively and efficiently with bus drivers, attendants, parents and students 
  • Ability to follow oral and written directions

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: 

This position involves responsibility for the dispatching of school buses and driver/attendants in a school district. General supervisions is received from a transportation supervisor or other designated official. Incumbent in this class must exercise good judgment in responding to emergency situations.  

EXAMPLES OF WORK: 

  • Operates radio telephone equipment in the dispatching of drivers/attendants and buses on regularly scheduled daily routes.
  • Receives calls and messages by radio or telephone and documents personnel involved, location and type of action taken.
  • Does a variety of other related duties

CONTACT PERSON: 

Jeaneatte Alderman, Transportation Supervisor 

jalderman@berllincentral.edu

518-658-2812

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Substitute Bus Driver 

General statement of duties:

 Drives a school bus on an assigned route.  

Distinguishing features of the class: 

this is manual work of average difficulty requiring skill in the operation of a large automotive vehicle. The operator is responsible for the safety and conduct of student passengers. The work is performed under general supervision with considerable leeway allowed of the operator in carrying out the details of the work. 

Examples of work: (illustrative only)

  • operates a school bus on a regular schedule or on special occasions
  • performs a thorough pre-trip of the bus before operating
  • reports any operation defects to mechanics
  • informs children of safety practices 
  • maintains orderly conduct on the bus 
  • keeps interior and exterior of bus clean 
  • may be required to operate smaller buses
  • maintain daily log book , route, times and incidents 

Required knowledge, skills and abilities:

Good knowledge of safety driving practices and traffic laws and regulations; ability to operate a bus under difficult driving and road conditions; ability to understand and follow simple oral and written directions; ability to get along well with children and other adults. Have mental alertness, dependability; good physical condition

Must be 21 years of age at time of application and must satisfy the requirements set forth in the rules and regulations of the New York state of education.

Appropriate driver license: eligibility for a Class B license with a passenger and school bus endorsement. 

 

CONTACT PERSON: 

Jeaneatte Alderman, Transportation Supervisor 

jalderman@berllincentral.edu

518-658-2812

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Substitute Bus Attendant

Distinguishing Feature of the Class:

The work involves responsibility for assisting the bus driver in maintaining order on the bus and for overseeing the loading and unloading of student passengers and for administering to their needs, comfort and conduct while in transit on the bus. Supervision is exercised over the conduct of student passengers. Primary focus is the care and supervision of various students including those with IEP’s (Individual Education Plan)

Typical Work Activities: (Illustrative Only) 

  • Makes certain that passengers are seated
  • Assist handicapped students with getting in and off the bus and being seated Ability to use wheelchair lifts with the assistance of the bus driver if needed
  • Assists students and driver with engaging and disengaging a harness, booster seat or any other device as needed
  • May render specialized care (if trained) for students in need ( IEP requirements) 
  •  Must be alert and watch for medical problems, seizures, breathing difficulties, allergies and other medical problems. Personal upsets, withdrawal, crying and depression. 
  • Must be physically and emotionally able to deal with and handle emergencies.
  • clean up bodily fluids 
  • keep student area in the bus clean

Full performance knowledge, skills, abilities and personal characteristics:   

  •   good general intelligence
  • familiarity with the various bus routes in the district and their stopping places for students 
  • ability to get along with students, ability to understand and follow simple oral directions
  •  Working knowledge of basic first aid methods
  • physical and emotional condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

 Minimum qualifications:     

  • graduation from high school        
  • two years’ experience; or  all equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of above  any specialized training as required by the state education department 

Contact Person:

Jeaneatte Alderman, Transportation Supervisor 

jalderman@berllincentral.edu

518-658-2812

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