Job Openings at North Central ESD

School Nurse - Orondo and Mansfield School Districts

The School Nurse, under the oversight of the ESD School Nurse Corps Administrator, implements, manages, and delivers school health services in assigned schools. Law, regulation and professional school nursing standards define the School Registered Nurse scope of practice. Practice includes independence and teamwork functions.

NetServ Support Technician I

The NetServ Support Technician 1 is responsible for performing technical support duties on computing networked equipment including desktop computers, printers, laptops, mobile devices, and troubleshooting computer functional and operational problems for all users throughout the district. Perform setup and installation of new computer hardware as well as the standard software residing thereon. Configure a variety of parameters specific to the software applications installed and ensure network connectivity for new users as well as exiting users with problems. Provide set up and maintenance of other networked equipment such as printers and other hardware devices and troubleshooting their network communications or operational problems.

THIS POSITION CLOSES 5/11/16

Board Certified Behavioral Analyst

The BCBA will work collaboratively with the Special Education Director, Principal, special and regular education teachers and support staff to ensure that Behavior Intervention Plans are being provided with fidelity in accordance to the student’s IEP or IFSP. The BCBA will also provide guidelines, training and support to staff to help support students with autism and other related behavior disabilities. Services will be based on the principles of applied behavior analysis including the modification of environmental variables, behavior reduction procedures, systematic instruction (e.g., discrete trial teaching, incidental instruction) to teach new and/or adaptive skills, and the maintenance and generalization of skills. The BCBA will work to create programs and transition procedures to ensure that students with Autism and other behavioral disabilities receive instruction in the least restrictive setting.

Speech Language Pathologist 2, 3, or 4

The Speech Language Pathologist will provide a full range of services to children ages 0-21. Responsibilities will include screening and assessment, designing treatment programs, providing direct therapy; and consulting with school staff, parents and outside agencies as appropriate and function as a member of the multidisciplinary team to determine the child’s eligibility for services, appropriate programming and on-going progress.

THIS POSITION CLOSES 5/11/16

Teacher of the Visually Impaired

The Teacher of the Visually Impaired provides assessment and instructional service to visually impaired children including individual student assessments, direct instruction, and consulting with school staff, parents, and outside agencies. The TVI will determine children’s eligibility for services; and ensuring compliance with local, state and federal requirements.
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Computer Technology Instructor-Wenatchee Valley Tech Center

    Provide instruction in computer repair, computer theory and networking as it pertains to Computer Repair and Basic Networking. Instruct first year technically diverse students in various aspects of IT related technology. Instruct high school juniors and seniors in the skills, abilities and knowledge to enter the IT workforce or continue with related post-secondary educational opportunities. Instruction will take place in both classroom and lab settings providing both technical and professional based curriculums. Instructor will work closely with administration, industry partners and advisory members to continually upgrade the program and its curriculum, outcomes and learning targets to provide students the best possible avenue for employment and/or continued education.

    THIS POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED

    DigiPen Video Game Prog. Instructor- Wenatchee Valley Tech Center

    Provide instruction in DigiPen Video Game Programming. Instruct first year technically diverse students in various aspects of Video Game Programming related technology. Instruct high school juniors and seniors in the skills, abilities and knowledge to enter the workforce or continue with related post-secondary educational opportunities. Instruction will take place in both classroom and lab settings providing both technical and professional based curriculums. Instructor will work closely with administration, industry partners and advisory members to continually upgrade the program and its curriculum, outcomes and learning targets to provide students the best possible avenue for employment and/or continued education.

    THIS POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED

    OUR MISSION

    The mission of the North Central Educational Service District is to provide leadership and quality service in advocating innovative educational programs for children and community.

    See Guide to Services on our website to learn more about services NCESD offers to schools and students.


    OUR GOALS

    Communication


    • To develop and distribute our annual report to appropriate audiences
    • To promote communication and dialogue between and among ESD's, school districts, governmental agencies, organizations, and the general public for the purpose of enhancing programs for families and children



    Advocacy


    • To advocate collaborative partnerships with all audiences involved in the welfare and service of students
    • To educate and advocate elected officials, public and private organizations, and the public regarding common interests in order to promote the effectiveness of our agency



    Leadership


    • To be a proactive leader in developing and initiating new programs for local school districts
    • To provide leadership to school districts, agencies and communities by assisting in education reform activities and programs
    • To provide and model best practices in all services delivered to school districts, agencies, and communities



    Relationships


    • To establish and maintain open lines of communication with audiences interested in education
    • To foster positive working relationships between and among our ESD, school districts, governmental agencies, private organizations, and the public regarding the mission and operation of the ESD
    • To implement and evaluate an on-going public education and public relations program that educates audiences about ESD operations

    North Central Educational Service District 171

    Serving 29 School Districts in Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan Counties.