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Employment Opportunities

 

**Staffing Need Immediately for the 2021 - 2022 School Year**

BILINGUAL (SPANISH/ENGLISH) TEACHER

School District of North Fond du Lac - Friendship Learning Center (Elementary School)

Job Details:

Grades: K-5

Application Deadline: Posted until Filled

Starting Date: As soon as possible

Limited Term - Temporary Until June 3, 2022

General Description: We are seeking a person to serve as a full-time teacher in the Elementary School Transitional Bilingual-Bicultural Program. This position will be a limited term employment assignment for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year.  The general requirements for this position include: providing coherent instruction, understanding student's academic and social needs, collaborating with peer teachers and staff and creating a welcoming environment for all students and families. Spanish-based classes will be offered to multilingual students in Writing. Lucy Calkins will be utilized as the curriculum in this area. 

Specific Job Duties Required:

* Design lesson to differentiate for various language proficiencies 

* Provide direct instruction in our transitional Spanish bilingual program 

* Collaborate with colleagues to support our program goals 

* Knowledge of EL and Bilingual curriculum and instruction

* Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills

* Flexibility to work at various grade levels with a variety of colleagues

* Writing and review/monitoring of Individual Learning Plans

* Advocacy for multilingual learners and families 

License Requirements: Bachelor’s degree qualifying for teaching certification and DPI licensure in English as a Second Language (1395) K-12 and Bilingual/Bicultural Education (23). The person hired must be fluent in both English and Spanish. The Wisconsin Department of Instruction (DPI) provides reciprocity with most states. 

Successful Experience in the Following Areas is Required:

  • Instructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations

  • Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs/interests

  • Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students

  • Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsible

  • Meeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needs

Capacity in the Following Areas is Required:

  • High expectations for all students

  • Curriculum Development 

  • Quality instructional practice

  • Cultural competence

  • Data proficiency

  • Team collaboration

  • Student and family engagement

  • Resilience and results orientation

  • Self-awareness and growth mindset

Contact Information -  Name: Michael Gonzalez; Title: District ELL Department Coordinator 

Email: mgonzalez@nfdlschools.org; Phone: (920) 929-3754, ext.4101


December 15th, 2021 

To: Interested Applicants 

From: School District of North Fond du Lac 

Subject: Supervisory Aide Position (20-29.5 hours per week) 

Description: Friendship Learning Center is looking to fill one position for the remainder of 2021-2022 school year to help with supervision duties during recess and lunch times. This would consist of monitoring students in the cafeteria and out on the playground for recess. Interested applicants would be expected to enforce the Oriole Way Expectations in these settings (Be Ready, Be Respectful, and Be Safe). 

General questions regarding the position and letters of interest should be submitted to lbiolo@nfdlschools.org. Interviews will be scheduled for the week of January 3rd. Thank you for your interest! 

 

Post date: 10/14/2021

Special Education Instructional/Attendant Care Aide in Intellectual Differences Program

BAMS

Cover Letter, resume with three references

Contact - Chris Schultz, Director of Student Services

920-929-3750 ext 6143

License required:

Special Education Program Aide License #0070 or

New Special Education Program Aide License #1050

The School District of North Fond du Lac is searching for a highly qualified Special Education Instructional/Attendant Care Aide to serve at Bessie Allen Middle School in the Intellectual Differences Program. This person will support students in grades 6-12 with disabilities in general and special education classrooms as directed by the Special Education Teacher. The position will start on January 3, 2022 with the opportunity to job shadow and train for a couple of weeks in December.  This is a full-time, hourly wage position for 37.5 hours/wk with full benefits and a starting wage of $13/hr that is negotiable based on experience.

Instructional/Attendant Care Aide Responsibilities and Attributes:

* Positive mindset with nurturing disposition

*Assist in developing lesson plans and materials based on individual learning plans

*Assist in inventory, care, and maintenance of equipment

*Follow a weekly schedule 

*Assemble materials, programs, and equipment prior to the arrival of the students

*Collaborate with teachers to monitor the development of each child

*Work side by side with teaching staff to deliver a lesson plan and facilitate learning activities 

*Work with children in the classroom to promote their learning, development and social emotional needs and record data on individual goals

*Participate in professional development

*Support the independent use of visuals and functional communication teacher generated objectives and lesson plans

*Follows nurse directed activities and specific procedures for individual students

*Follows through with PT, OT, or Speech protocols under direction of therapists

*Personal care assistance to include:  assistance with ADL's (activities for daily living) such as toileting, feeding, positioning, transfers. Specific ADLs would include diapering, toilet training; Gastronomy Feeding and monitoring; Oral Feeding

*Assist students with use of assistive technology or adaptive equipment

*Classroom responsibilities including accompanying students to/from classrooms, on field trips, to scheduled programs

*Maintaining strict confidentiality regarding students, families, and staff

*Be familiar with all School District of North Fond du Lac's policies

*Thoroughly read the Associate Guide for Hourly Waged Employees


Special Education Instructional Aide in BEST (Behavior Emotional Social Thinking) Program

BAMS

Cover Letter, resume with three references

Contact - Chris Schultz, Director of Student Services

920-929-3750 ext 6143

License required:

Special Education Program Aide License #0070 or

New Special Education Program Aide License #1050

The School District of North Fond du Lac is searching for a highly qualified Special Education Instructional Aide to serve at Bessie Allen Middle School in the BEST (Behavior Emotional Social Thinking) Program. This person will support students in grades 6-8 with disabilities in general and special education classrooms as directed by the Special Education Teacher. The position will start on January 3, 2022 with the opportunity to job shadow and train for a couple of weeks in December.  This is a full-time, hourly wage position for 37.5 hours/wk with full benefits and a starting wage of $13/hr that is negotiable based on experience.

Instructional Assistant Responsibilities and Attributes:

* Positive and nurturing mindset versus a punitive mindset

* Tolerant of behavioral struggles and understanding that the students are in the BEST program

   for a reason and progressing toward their goals one day at a time

* Work side by side with teaching staff to deliver a lesson plan and facilitate learning activities 

* Work with students in the classroom to promote their learning, development and social 

   emotional needs 

* Assist in developing lesson plans and materials based on individual learning plans

* Collaborate with teachers regarding students individual needs

* Communicate with general and special ed teachers regarding student needs

* Be comfortable using technology and willing to learn new methods

* Follow a weekly schedule 

* Assemble materials, programs, and equipment prior to the arrival of the students

* Collaborate with teachers to monitor the development of each child

* Work with students in the classroom to reinforce concepts taught, reteach concepts 

   misunderstood and support social emotional needs

* Maintain a high level of confidentiality

* Participate in professional development

* Support the independent use of visuals and functional communication

* Be familiar with all School District of North Fond du Lac's policies

* Thoroughly read the Associate Guide for Hourly Waged Employees

Please give the following people access to the posting:

Mike Gonzales, Beth Stroede, Sarah McDowell


Full time Instructional Aide-Skills Tutor at Horace Mann High School 

This is a guided study hall support person who is assigned students to support each hour. Skills for this position include: 

● Organization 

● Communication skills 

● Ability to support students with homework and organization 

● Computer skills including email/checking grades, using a chromebook 

Come and join Horace Mann High School and be a part of a caring, supportive environment for our students. 

Wages will be negotiable dependent on experience. This is a full time, school year position that is eligible for health and dental benefits. 

Interested applicants please submit a written letter of interest (it can be an email) to Samantha Freimund at sfreimund@nfdlschools.org or contact her with any question at 920-410-3376. 


**Staffing Need Immediately for the 2022-2023 School Year**

Varsity Football Head Coach

Application Process

Interested applicants please submit a written letter of interest (it can be an attachment to an email) explaining your interest in this position to Athletic Director, Carl Anderson (canderson@nfdlschools.org).  Also, if you have any questions about this position, please email Carl Anderson.  This position will be posted concurrently to all District staff and the community 11/02/202on the District’s website.   The position will stay open until the vacancy is filled.

About Horace Mann High School:

Horace Mann High School is in the School District of North Fond du Lac, dedicated to developing students to be career, college and life ready in an environment of dedication, hard work, kindness and critical thinking. Horace Mann High School is a 9th - 12th grade comprehensive high school serving over 460 students, currently considered Division 3 for Football and part of the Flyway Conference.

Job Summary:

The Head Football Coach (Coach) is responsible for various aspects of the Football Program, such as recruiting within the school, scheduling opponents (in conjunction with the Athletic Director), training, and coaching student-athletes. The Coach is required to abide by all Flyway and WIAA rules and regulations as well as the rules and regulations set by the School District of North Fond du Lac Board of Education and the High School leadership team.

The Coach is responsible for developing the District Football program, supporting middle school Football and working with the community-based Youth Football Association, creating a streamlined program that promotes team work, dedication, sportsmanship and success.

Job Specifications:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities, who are otherwise qualified, to perform the essential functions.

Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities Required):

  • 2-4 years of experience coaching Football (head coaching experience at high school preferred, but not required)

  • Possess effective coaching techniques and skills

  • Possesses possess knowledge of the rules, regulations, strategies, and techniques of Football

  • Possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school staff, governing organizations (WIAA and Flyway), opponents, staff, parents, and students

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervise athletic activities, contests, and practice sessions, to promote individual growth in athletic skills, teamwork, discipline, respect, and good sportsmanship.

  • Ensure all Football coaches work together toward a common goal within the Football program and provide unity within the youth community programs.

  • Develop a regular practice schedule and organize practice time to provide both individual and team development.

  • Communicate with the Athletic Director regarding eligibility of athletes and enforce eligibility guidelines.

  • Communicate with Athletic Director and AD Secretary regarding bus leave times.

  • Apply and enforce student athlete discipline during athletic contests, practice sessions, and while on trips off school property.

  • Encourage sportsmanlike conduct in all phases of athletic participation at all times.

  • Take all necessary precautions to protect student athletes, equipment, and facilities, including protecting students from hazing/bullying.

  • Collaborate with the Athletic Director to maintain records to ensure compliance with all pertinent WIAA regulations, including eligibility forms, transfer forms, and grade reports, and ensure that regulations are followed.

  • Act as a team representative and promote the sport by communicating with the news media, booster clubs, service clubs, and other organizations.

  • Participate in special activities to include senior night, banquets, award nights and pep assemblies.

  • Conferences with parents/guardians, as necessary, regarding athletic and behavior performance of their child.

  • Follow established procedures in the event of an athlete’s injury.

  • Maintain nondiscriminatory practices in all activities.

  • Attend staff development meetings, clinics, and other professional activities to improve coaching skills.

Additional Knowledge/Skills/Attributes:

Knowledge:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of the game is paramount. Extensive knowledge of current coaching techniques and procedures.

  • Knowledge of NFHS, WIAA, and Flyway Conference rules.

  • Demonstrated ability to instruct and supervise student athletes.

Skills:

  • Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

  • The applicant must possess the ability to relate to students and to teach them on and off the court.

  • The applicant must be willing to accept a high level of accountability.

  • The applicant must possess the ability to assess players and coaches effectively.

The applicant must also promote multi-sport, club participation among student-athletes and work with other athletic and extracurricular programs to ensure maximum student experience throughout his or her high school career.

Supervises: Assistant Coaches (Varsity, JV1, and JV2)

Supervised By: Athletic Director and High School Principal

 

 

 

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