Employment

 

August 26, 2021

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the position of:

FEDERAL PROGRAMS COORDINATOR

 

DESCRIPTION: The Federal Programs Coordinator position is a twelve month administrative level position within the Perry County School System. The Federal Programs Coordinator works under the direction of the Superintendent and with the Principals, General Educations Teachers, Administrators and support staff. The Federal Programs Coordinator administers those specially operated programs which support the total school system service delivery operations.

 

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

·        Monitor all programs and fiscal affairs associated with assigned programs.

·        Evaluate selected personnel placed under direct supervision of this office.

·        Review, make recommendations on proposed policies and/or changes to existing policies, and implement policies approved by the Board of Education.

·        Make recommendations on budgets prepared and submitted by key administrative personnel in areas assigned.

·        Plans and submits proposed budget; implements and maintains approved budget for all programs supervised.

·        Recommends and evaluate personnel as required.

·        Reviews and make recommendations relative to the efficiency and effectiveness of each program supervised.

·        Confers with principals and instructional staff concerning needs for instructional improvement, new construction, or temporary building needs, and needs for instructional materials.

·        Recommends programs for the ongoing development and evaluation of instruction and curriculum.

·        Recommends the addition or deletion of courses and grade placement or course.

·        Plans, coordinates, and recommends staff development activities directed toward the professional growth of staff.

·        Establishes and maintains positive public relations with staff members, students, parents, and community.

·        Maintains close working relationships with community and state agencies and area businesses, industries, and labor organizations, in order to provide training consistent with needs, and establishes lay advisory committees as needed.

·        Continuously appraises and evaluates all programs supervised to achieve the established goals of providing the opportunity for students to prepare for gainful employment.

·        Assumes responsibility for the collections, review, and submission of all forms and reports relative to all programs supervised to state agencies.

·        Supervises and evaluates all instructional personnel in the vocational education program.

·         Arranges and directs in service education for supervised staff.

·        Makes recommendations for long-term adjustments, changes, additions, deletions in technology, facilities and other programs supervised to meet changing job trends and needs.

·        Assists in the recruitment and screening of teachers and programs supervised.

·        Maintains membership in and participates in the affairs of professional societies relative to all program supervised.

·        Exhibits effective skills in human relations.

·        Exhibits proficiency in verbal and written communication skills.

·        Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: The Federal Programs Coordinator’s position requires an A Certification in Administration and a master of concepts, principles, practices and technical skills necessary to address federal program mandates, guidelines, issues and concerns. Five (5) years’ experience minimum.

SALARY: The salary for this position will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

LENGTH OF CONTRACT:  12 months.

BEGINNING DATE: November 1, 2021

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Application will be accepted until Monday, September 13, 2021 or until the position is filled. Applicants should send a letter of application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

Dr. Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

Perry County Schools

P. O. Box 900

Marion, AL 36756

August 26, 2021

 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the following position:

 

Part-Time HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters)

Home Visitor  ~ { Marion/Uniontown Area}

 

REQUIREMENTS:       

A minimum of a High School Diploma

Eligible for participation in the HIPPY program

A parent of a three-, four-, or five- year-old child or access to a “practice child” (a child with   

whom the home visitor executes the HIPPY curriculum)

A resident of the targeted community

Access to a vehicle

Good (functional) oral and written communication skills, including good reading skills

Good organization skills and the ability to be task-oriented

Ability to adhere to schedules and specific timetables

Functional technological navigation skills

Demonstrated potential leadership abilities

Demonstrated emotional maturity and sensitivity to the needs and interests of the targeted

community

Aptitude to complete paperwork and reports

Excellent inter-personal skills, to include intangible qualities (e.g., friendliness, openness, non-

judgmental attitude, enthusiasm, etc.)

Ability to serve as a role model (positive attitude, professional dress, demeanor and behavior)

 

 

DUTIES:

 

1.   Executing the curriculum with his or her own child or “practice” child

2.   Meeting, and role playing the curriculum, with assigned families each week

3.   Participation in the planning and orchestration of group meetings, which includes role playing the

curriculum and the provision of an enrichment activity

4.   Participation in bi-monthly in-service training and other staff development activities

5.   Keeping the HIPPY/PAT coordinator abreast of child/family progress and familial issues and concerns

     as they arise

6.   Timely completion and submission of required forms and other documentation  as required by the

coordinator and/or HIPPY USA

7.   Participation in all sponsored HIPPY activities (e.g., field trips, graduations, awards ceremonies, etc.)

8.   Assisting the coordinator in maintaining an efficient record keeping system for participating families

 

SALARY: The salary for this part-time position will be a minimum of $20.00 per hour with a maximum of 19 hours per week.

 

BEGINNING DATE:  October 1, 2021

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The deadline for submitting an application is September 13, 2021 or until the position(s) is filled. Submit a letter of application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

 

     Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

     Perry County Schools 

     P.O. Box 900                                                                                           

     Marion, AL 36756

August 26, 2021

 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the following position:

 

Part-Time PAT (Parents as Teachers)

 Home Visitor  ~ { Marion/Uniontown Area}

 

REQUIREMENTS:       

A minimum of a High School Diploma

A resident of the targeted community

Access to a vehicle

Good (functional) oral and written communication skills, including good reading skills

Good organization skills and the ability to be task-oriented

Ability to adhere to schedules and specific timetables

Functional technological navigation skills

Demonstrated potential leadership abilities

Demonstrated emotional maturity and sensitivity to the needs and interests of the targeted

community

Aptitude to complete paperwork and reports

Excellent inter-personal skills, to include intangible qualities (e.g., friendliness, openness, non-

judgmental attitude, enthusiasm, etc.)

Ability to serve as a role model (positive attitude, professional dress, demeanor and behavior)

 

 

DUTIES:

 

1.   Participation in the planning and orchestration of group meetings, which includes role playing the

curriculum and the provision of an enrichment activity

2.   Participation in bi-monthly in-service training and other staff development activities

3.   Keeping the HIPPY/PAT coordinator abreast of child/family progress and familial issues and concerns

     as they arise

4.   Timely completion and submission of required forms and other documentation  as required by the

coordinator and/or PAT

5.   Participation in all sponsored PAT activities (e.g., field trips, graduations, awards ceremonies, etc.)

6.   Assisting the coordinator in maintaining an efficient record keeping system for participating families

 

SALARY: The salary for this part-time position will be a minimum of $20.00 per hour with a maximum of 19 hours per week.

 

BEGINNING DATE:  October 1, 2021

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The deadline for submitting an application is September 13, 2021 or until the position(s) is filled. Submit a letter of application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

 

     Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

     Perry County Schools 

     P.O. Box 900     

     Marion, AL 36756

August 10, 2021

 

 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the following teaching position:

 

Kindergarten

 

JOB GOALS: To lead students toward their potential for intellectual, emotional, psychological, and physical growth and maturation through provision of appropriate guidance and learning experiences.

 

 

DUTIES

  • Utilize and follows the state course study
  • Determines individual and class needs
  • Establishes objectives and plans learning experiences
  • Implements activities using a variety of techniques that utilize instructional time to meet objectives
  • Establishes and maintain standards of student behavior to achieve a functional learning atmosphere
  • Motivate students to develop skills, attitudes, and knowledge needed to provide a good educational foundation
  • Establish a positive relationship with students, parents, co-workers, volunteers, and other visitors
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

     

            REQUIREMENTS:  Must be certified by the State Department of Education or must meet other 

                                    minimum standards.

     

    SALARY:  The salary for these positions will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

     

     

    BEGINNING DATE:  2021-2022 School Term.

     

     

    APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The applicants should send by day, August 24, 2021 or until the position is filled, a completed Perry County Board of Education application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

     

     

     

     

    Dr.  Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

    Perry County Schools

    P O Box 900

    Marion, AL  36756

August 10, 2021

 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for a part-time position as an IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION SUPERVISOR in MARION and UNIONTOWN, AL:

 

DUTIES:  Performance responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

 

1.    Effectively utilizes district technologies appropriate to the position and assumes responsibility for attending district training needed to successfully perform designated responsibilities as directed by supervisor.

2.    Maintains regular attendance.

3.    Maintains confidentiality, unquestionable integrity.

4.     Complies with State Law and District policies and regulations.

5.     Maintains a safe environment for students, conducive to learning.

6.     Teaches district-approved curriculum.

7.    Develops lesson plans and instructional material and provides individualized and small group instruction to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil.

8.    Translates lessons into developmentally appropriate learning experiences.

9.    Models lessons for students.

10. Uses effective Classroom Management techniques.

11. Establishes, shares, and maintains standards of pupil behavior to achieve an effective learning atmosphere.

12. Anticipates and effectively addresses unforeseen crises associated with working with large groups of children.

13. Keeps appropriate records and files of completed assignments.

14. Assist the administration in the compiling of teacher assignments for students assigned to in-school suspension.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

1.       A minimum of an Associate’s Degree or the equivalent in  course hours and a minimum of 2 years experience

2.        To create a flexible instructional program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth

3.       Experience creating a written report for any incident to establish effective rapport with students assigned to the classroom

4.       To motivate pupils to develop attitudes

 

SALARY:    The salary for these positions will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 

CONTRACT LENGTH:  Part-time Position / Maximum 19 hours per week

 

BEGINNING DATE:  Immediately

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The deadline for submitting an application is August 24, 2021 by11:00 a.m. or until the position is filled. Applications should be submitted to:

Dr. Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

Perry County Schools

Post Office Box 900

Marion, AL  36756  



 

July 30, 2021

 

 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the following teaching position:

 

 

Intervention Teacher at         

Francis Marion School and Robert C. Hatch High School

 

Job Goal:

To help students learn academic subject matter in all core subject areas, assist students in closing academic achievement/learning gaps, and enhance student’s skills/application knowledge that will contribute to their academic proficiency.

 

 

DUTIES: 

Determines individual and class needs.

 Establishes objectives and plans learning experiences.

Implements activities using a variety of techniques that utilize instructional time to meet

objectives.

Establishes and maintains standards of student behavior to achieve a functional learning

atmosphere.

 Exhibits positive human relations skills.

 Evaluates the educational program and/or student progress.

 Communicates with parents/guardians, colleagues, and community groups.

 Demonstrates proficiency in written and oral communication.

 Maintains and submits records and reports.

 Adheres to school system rules, administrative procedures, local board policy, and state and federal rules and regulations.

 Engages in personal professional growth and demonstrates professional ethics and

leadership.

 Performs such other duties as may be assigned.

 Provides tiered III services.

 

REQUIREMENTS:  Must be certified by the State Department of Education or must meet other minimum standards. 

 

 

SALARY:  The salary for this position will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 

 

EFFECTIVE DATE:  2021-2022 School Year

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The applicants should send by Monday, August 16, 2021 or until the position is filled, a completed Perry County Board of Education application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

 

Dr. Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

Perry County Schools

P O Box 900

Marion, AL  36756-0900

July 26, 2021 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the following teaching position:

 

Health Science Instructor

 

DUTIES: 

Create a health science classroom environment favorable to learning and personal growth

Establish effective rapport with students

Motivate students to develop skills, attitudes, and knowledge needed to provide a good educational foundation

Establish a positive relationship with students, parents, co-workers, volunteers, and other visitors

 

REQUIREMENTS: 

An active Alabama license in a registered nursing, paramedical, or allied health specialty and

Bachelor’s degree or higher in a healthcare area and one year within the last three years’ acceptable full-time work as a practitioner in the healthcare industry; or

Associate’s degree in a healthcare area and three years within the last seven years’ acceptable full-time work as a practitioner in the healthcare industry

 

SALARY:  The salary for these positions will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 

 

BEGINNING DATE:  2021-2022 School Term.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The applicants should send by day, August 10, 2021 or until the position is filled, a completed Perry County Board of Education application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

 

Dr. Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

Perry County Schools

P O Box 900

Marion, AL  36756

 

 

 

 


The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the position of:

 

            1 - School Bus Mechanic

 

QUALIFICATIONS: 

High School diploma supplemented by gas or diesel mechanic experience.

Possess or obtain a Class “B” CDL with “P” and “S” Endorsements

Possess or obtain valid Alabama School Bus Driver Certificate

Satisfactory background investigation

Pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol test and participate in the system’s random drug/alcohol testing program.

Possess or obtain Alabama School Bus Mechanic Certification

Alabama Administrative Code 290-2-4-06 Mechanic Certification. A written test and a safety test shall be administered by State Department of Education personnel to local mechanics who perform safety inspections on school buses.

1.      The requirements for certification as a school bus mechanic shall be as follows:

a)      Completion of a certified auto mechanic’s apprenticeship: or

b)      Written proof of at least five years’ experience as an auto or truck mechanic; or

c)      Written proof of three consecutive years’ experience as a mechanic’s helper in a school bus shop maintaining buses for pupil transportation.

2.      Any individual who meets one of the above qualifications or a combination of the qualifications approved by the director of State transportation and is hired as a school bus mechanic must within 6 months pass the school bus written test and safety test administered by State transportation personnel and each year thereafter must demonstrate to the State Inspector that he (or she) still maintains the skill, as well as the mental and physical capabilities, to perform all the tasks necessary to assure the safe maintenance of school buses.

3.      The testing is not purposed to test mechanic skills but to test the individual mechanic’s knowledge and performance in braking system, exhaust system, steering mechanism, and signal system, etc.

Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

 

REPORTS TO:  Transportation Supervisor

 

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Perform basic trouble-shooting duties and repairs on buses and other school district vehicles such as vans, trucks, tractors, including repairs on clutch and transmission: perform upholstery and welding tasks as needed.

Perform preventative maintenance as needed.

Inspects and diagnoses vehicles to ensure they meet State standards; prepare buses for annual inspection.

Responds to vehicles breakdowns; repairs vehicles on site when possible or takes corrective action.

Acts as lead person in the physical maintenance of vehicles.

Substitute drive on route if needed.

Performs other duties as necessary such as cleaning vehicles and shop and fixing small equipment for the district.

Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Transportation Supervisor or Superintendent

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Regularly lifts parts up to 100 pounds; ability to work in confined spaces for lengthy period of time; repeated turning/twisting motions with all joints and waist; repeated push/pull on fingers; hands wrists, shoulders, elbows and back’ ability to stand in one location for up to one hour while working on equipment; climbing up and down on bus hoods and ladders; reaching and working with hands over head; repeated movements to and from the floor; standing and walking on concrete for up to 8 hours.

 

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:  Twelve (12) months

 

EVALUATION:  Evaluated annually by Transportation Supervisor

 

SALARY:  The salary for this position will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 

BEGINNING DATE:  April 1, 2021

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The applicants should send by Thursday, March 11, 2021 or until the position is filled, a completed Perry County Board of Education application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

 

Marcia A. Smiley, Ed. D, Superintendent

Perry County Schools

P O Box 900

Marion, AL  36756-0900

 

 

August 10, 2020

 

 

The Perry County Board of Education is seeking applicants for the following  position:

 

 

Substitute Teacher

 


DUTIES:  To help students learn subject matters and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able responsible members of society.

 

 

REQUIREMENTS:  Must be certified as a substitute teacher.

 

 

SALARY:  The salary for this position will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 

 

CONTRACT LENGTH: Part-time position/maximum 19 hours per week.

 

 

BEGINNING DATE:  Immediately.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  The applicants should send by August 24, 2020  or until the position is filled, a completed Perry County Board of Education application and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) references to:

 

 

Dr. Marcia A. Smiley, Superintendent

Perry County Schools

P O Box 900

Marion, AL  36756-0900