The CLIU#21 website has a Guest Teacher information page for those applicants with a bachelors degree, that would like to become a "Substitute Guest Teacher" for the 2015-2016 school year. Interested applicants can download an application packet and review the process and mandatory dates for the program on the IU#21 website.
Please refer to the Guest Teacher link http://www.cliu.org/page/278 for additional information.
THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL POSITION IS ANTICIPATED TO BEGINNING IN THE 2016 - 2017 SCHOOL YEAR:
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Science Teacher (7th grade)/Academic Strategies
Certification required: General Science 7-12 or Biology 7-12 or Middle level Science 6-9 or Science Grades 4-8
APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE DISTRICT OFFICE BY: May 27, 2016
School Calendar Days
Certification requirements: Active PDE Teaching Certification
$110 = 1-20 days of employment
$120 = 21+ days of employment
THE FOLLOWING DISTRICT OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION IS AVAILABLE BEGINNING AUGUST 8, 2016:
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource or related field
Three (3) years experience in Human Resource Department preferred
Experience in Public School Human Resource preferred
The Human Resource manager position (Act 93 Supervisory level) reports to the Superintendent.
Coordinates the recruitment, advertising and interview process, through appointment of all staff.
Coordinates all internal HR functions including: compensation analysis, training, maintenance of employee records, certification, benefits, adherence to federal and state laws including, but not limited to FMLA, ADA, Anti-Discrimination laws, Title IX, Human Relations Act, Workers Compensation, clearances and complaint investigation.
Ensures compliance of all staff, contractors and volunteers with all background clearances, certifications, health screening and Act 168 forms as required by law.
Maintains all personnel files with graduate credits, certification attainment, tenure eligibility, movement on the salary scale.
Coordinates all leaves and replacements.
Oversees the AESOP substitute process for all staff and maintains attendance reporting and monitoring.
Oversees TIMS/PIMS reporting as related to HR and all state and federal personnel reports.
Manages employee relation issues such as harassment allegations, work complaints or other employee concerns.
Oversees completion of all employee evaluations and related concerns.
Works with Superintendent on policy development and Collective Bargaining Agreements asrelated to HR
ALL RESPONSES MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE DISTRICT OFFICE BY: June 6, 2016