Job Opportunities

Instructional Openings

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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Teaching AssistantIN03122021

The Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation (CiTi BOCES) anticipates a need for Teaching Assistants for various General Education, Exceptional Education and Alternative Education programs across Oswego County.

Teaching Assistants assist teachers by performing duties such as: Working with individual pupils or groups of pupils on special instructional projects. Provide the teacher with information about pupils that will assist the teacher in the development of appropriate learning experiences. Assisting pupils in the use of available instructional resources, and assisting in the development of instructional materials. Utilizing their own special skills and abilities by assisting in instructional programs in such areas as:  foreign languages, arts, crafts, music and similar subjects. Assisting in related instructional work as required.

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: Is neat in appearance and appropriately dressed. Relates well to others. Demonstrates a sense of humor. Uses personal talents and strengths to advantage. Shows initiative, demonstrates good judgment, is reliable, responsible, demonstrates behavior and habits desirable for imitation by students, demonstrates adaptability and flexibility, fulfills responsibilities willingly and promptly.

INSTRUCTIONAL ABILITY: Works well with students, establishes rapport, develops good interaction with students, keeps them actively involved. Works toward providing each individual with the opportunity to be successful. Reads and understands teacher’s lesson plans. Demonstrates enthusiasm in instruction, establishes limits with students; consistently adheres to them. Deals objectively and fairly with students and can foresee a job that needs to be done and completes it.

PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE: Views role in proper perspective. Exhibits a desirable attitude toward job. Is able to work with limited supervision. Knows and understands philosophy of teacher. Knows and understands philosophy of BOCES. Accepts constructive criticism, recognizes limitations and works to overcome them. Has appropriate attitude in relationship with administrators. Handles information about students, co-workers, supervisors ethically, practices school policy and regulations.

Other Duties and Responsibilities: Willingness to work with a wide range of student population. Perform the daily physical demands as outlined by the “Teacher/Teacher Assistant Essential Elements of Job” document. Other duties as requested by the classroom teacher and/or immediate supervisor.

 

as per contract
Job CoachesT1205201

CiTi BOCES has an ongoing need for part-time Job Coaches for the 2021-2022 school year in the Mexico, Central Square and Fulton areas working with special needs students aged 16-21 in community job experiences.

For more information, please call (315) 963-4309.

 

$12.75/hour
Welding TeacherT09202021

The Center for Instruction Technology & Innovation (CiTi BOCES) has an opening for a substitute high school Welding teacher (likely to turn into a probationary position) beginning immediately.  This opening is in the Career & Technical Education Department.  The successful applicant should have knowledge of the American Welding Society Level 1 curriculum and hold or be willing to obtain a NYS Welding 7-12 teaching certification. Industry expereince valued in this position. This is a full-time, 10-month teaching position that follows the CiTi BOCES school calendar.  NYS Teacher Retirement benefits are included.

as per contract
Substitute Teacher - CTET12092020

Substitute Teachers who specialize in any of the following areas are needed for the CTE Vocational Classes: carpentry/construction, heavy equipment, Motorsports, Outdoor Power/Small Engine Repair, Automotive, Computers, Culinary, Early Childhood, Auto Body, Welding, New Vision Health, New Vision Specialized Careers, and New Vision Law & Government.

Speech Language PathologistT061020211

The Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation (CiTi BOCES) is currently seeking a NYS licensed Speech Language Pathologist for a full-time position. The successful candidate will provide speech and language services to school-aged children within Oswego County. Experience working with students with Intellectual Disabilities, Autism, Learning Disabilities, and/or Emotional Disabilities is preferred. Flexibility, collaboration and clear communication skills are essential. 

as per contract
Secondary Special Education Teacher – P-TECH ProgramT06302021

The Oswego County P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) program is a regional high school located on the campus of CiTi BOCES in Mexico, NY and Onondaga Community College. Students in the program simultaneously earn a high school Regents Diploma and an industry recognized Associate Degree from OCC. The 5–6-year sequence emphasizes work-place experiences, industry mentorship, authentic work-based challenges, job shadowing, internships, and project-based learning rooted in real world experiences. More information regarding the Oswego County P-TECH program can be found at www.citiboces.org/ptech.

The P-TECH program is seeking interested applicants to fill an anticipated vacancy working with students in grades 9-12 for a probationary, full-time Special Education position.

as per contract
Teaching Assistant SubstitutesTA08042021

CiTi BOCES has an ongoing need for Substitute Teaching Assistants for the 2021-2022 school year. Job has physical demands requiring lifting, bending and pushing.

$12.75/hour
CDL-A Instructor – Daytime Driving InstructorT09212021

The Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation Adult Programs Department has an anticipated opening for a part-time, daytime CDL-A instructor.  The instructor will deliver pre-trip and behind the wheel driving instruction. Application will be accepted until position is filled. 

$30/per hour

The Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, activities, employment, and admissions, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Roseann Bayne and Mark LaFountain, compliance officers/coordinators.  They can be reached by calling (315) 963-4251 or by mail at 179 County Route 64, Mexico, NY 13114.  Inquiries concerning the application of the BOCES’ non-discrimination policies may also be referred to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005, telephone (646) 428-3800 (voice) or (800) 877-8339 (TTY).