Braille And Talking Books Clerk Job Description Sample
Job ID: 9875
Agency: Department of Education; State Library
Salary: $13.54 - $16.93 per hour
Pay Grade: GF
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
For more information on the Department of Education, please visit http://doe.sd.gov.
The Braille & Talking Book Library Reader's Advisor position is responsible for reviewing and adding new patron applications, assisting patrons with book selection, circulation, and providing excellence in servicing their needs. This position will also be responsible for a variety of programming, assisting with our quarterly Prairie Trails Newsletter, and assisting in other areas within the Braille & Talking Book Library.
Successful applicant(s) will be required to undergo a background investigation. An arrest/conviction record will not necessarily bar employment.
NCRC: If you possess a National Career Readiness Certificate, please submit the certificate with your application. For more information on how to acquire a National Career Readiness Certificate contact a South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Job Service Office. A certificate is not necessary to be considered.
The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
Bachelor's degree and/or library coursework or library experience is preferred.
Experience in customer service, an understanding of serving patrons with visual and physical impairments as well as knowledge of different reading genres.
- principles, practices, techniques, and services of a library;
- customer service excellence;
- a variety of book genres;
- various Microsoft Office products;
- monthly status reports.
- effectively communicate;
- prepare detailed statistical reports;
- provide exceptional customer service.
- make professional connections with patrons of the Braille & Talking Book Library;
- promote programming and new materials to patrons;
- stay current with changes from the National Library Service;
- maintain up-to-date records for patrons in our database;
- continuously seek out training and educational opportunities;
- communicate information in person, in writing, or over the telephone;
- use a computer to load, edit, and store documents;
- proofread with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail;
- organize work and set priorities with minimal direction;
- lift and carry boxes of library materials;
- work independently;
- work as part of a team;
- lift 50 lbs.
VETERANS' PREFERENCE ELIGIBLE
The State of South Dakota offers paid employee health insurance plus ten paid holidays, generous vacation leave accrual, and medical, dental, vision, and other benefits. For more information visit http://bhr.sd.gov/workforus/workbenefits.aspx
Apply at: http://tinyurl.com/ycvgtmun
South Dakota Bureau of Human Resources
500 East Capitol
Pierre, SD 57501-5070
Telephone: 605.773.3148 Fax: 605.773.4344
"An Equal Opportunity Employer"
2018-2019 Certified Teacher Of The Visually Impaired
Job Title: Certified Teacher of the Blind and Visually Impaired
Reports to: Coordinator of Special Education
Dept./School: Intervention Services
Wage/Hour Status: Exempt
Pay Grade: Teacher, Librarians, and Nurses
Days Per Year: 187
The role of the Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI) is to provide direct and/or consultative special education services specific to vision loss. The TVI provides support to students, teachers, and parents and acts as a liaison with community services to address areas of need in the Expanded Core Curriculum. The TVI works with the educational team by collaborating about ways of enhancing the student's learning by adapting activities and materials to the student's abilities. By working together classroom teachers, therapists, and the TVI can create a classroom environment that encourage engagement, independence, academic success, and preparation for the student to be the most productive member of society they can be.
Bachelor's degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate with required special education and visual impairment endorsements
Orientation and Mobility Certification preferred
Knowledge of special needs of visually impaired/blind students
Knowledge of Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) Committee process, individualized
Education Program (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) goal setting process and implementation
General knowledge of curriculum, instruction and classroom settings
Knowledge of areas unique to visual impairments: braille, assistive technology, assessment tools and eye conditions
- At least one year of student teaching or approved internship in special education
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Have knowledge of available resources at the local, regional, state and national levels
Serve as a resource person to the learners, educators and appraisal
Work collaboratively with district staff in identifying and addressing learner needs
Advise education professionals of students' physical abilities or disabilities. and the accommodations required to enhance their school performance.
Provide in-depth knowledge of the unique educational needs of students with visual impairments.
Provide in-services and other training activities to all appropriate individuals and groups.
Write evaluation reports for ARD Committee consideration.
Conduct ongoing assessment of learner skills and achievement in the adopted
Participate in the Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) Committee to assist with the interpretation of assessment and evaluation data, appropriate placement and goal setting for students according to district procedures.
Maintain adequate records of all assessments/evaluate one's own IEPs, FSPs, ARD papers, data collection, progress reports and signed parental release forms.
Adhere to state, district, and school regulations and
Write or modify individualized education plans (IEPs) for students with intellectual or physical disabilities.
Write progress reports and present levels of academic and functional performance statements for Annual ARDs to summarize student performance, social growth, or physical development.
Prepare lesson plans in accordance with individualized education plans (IEPs) and the functional abilities or needs of students.
Maintain thorough student records to document attendance, participation, or progress, ensuring confidentiality of all records.
Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records, and other documents as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulations within specified
Demonstrate respect for school equipment, materials, and
Attend and participate in department meetings as
Maintain confidentiality at all times in all
Schedule regular school instructional/consultative visits and travel between schools to provide services to assigned students.
Maintain on-going contact with parents to assist them in the development of a realistic understanding of their child's abilities, progress and future goals.
Coordinate with other personnel, including administrators, related services staff, support staff, transcribers, readers, counselors, O&M specialists, career/vocational education staff, rehabilitation counselors, optometrists/ophthalmologists and low vision specialists.
Serve as a member of the ARD Committee as
Establish and maintain open lines of communication and positive working relations by conducting conferences with learners, educators, administrators, and
Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, learners, parents, and community members.
Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and
Maintain such records as are required by the position including IEP updates, ARD documents and progress reports within the timeframe required by the
Maintain a positive attitude in working with learners, parents, staff, and the
Display emotional maturity in contacts with learners, parents, staff, and
Display dependability and punctuality in all assigned
Professional Growth and Development
Cooperate in the personnel evaluation process.
Participate in district and regional in-service training, workshops, or meetings to keep abreast of current practices or trends in learners with visual impairments and improve job-related skills.
Manage learner behavior in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and the student handbook, and the ARD-adopted Behavior Intervention Plan (if applicable).
Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect learners, equipment, materials, and facilities.
Adapt instructional techniques to the age and skill levels of students.
Establish and maintain standards of behavior to create safe, orderly, and effective environments for learning.
Attend all ARD, FSP and ITP meetings for VI students.
Participate in trans-disciplinary teams/programming ng teams for all VI students
Participate in planning of trans-disciplinary IEPs and/or develops specific VI goals
Provide consultation and technical assistance to special and general educators in areas of unique educational need relating to the student's visual impairment and specified in the IEP.
Provide necessary information about the benefits of Braille and the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Provide special equipment/technology (which may include: CCTVs (closed captioned TVs), braille's, abacus, electronic note takers, tactile graphics, etc.) to strengthen the teaching/learning process.
Order large print books and standardized tests.
Provide instruction in the use and maintenance of special equipment.
Student Growth and Development
Present Instruction specifically and sequentially as needed for the learner to progress toward attainment of each objective in the
Be a positive role model for learners, and support the mission of the campus and of the school district.
Create an environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of learners.
Assess unique educational needs of students with visual impairments, including eye reports, functional vision evaluation, learning media assessment and assistive technology.
Participate fully with the assessment staff in the student's comprehensive assessments.
Access support resources (ESC, TSBVI outreach, State Library, Texas Commission for the Blind, etc.)
Work collaboratively with instructional/district staff in identifying and addressing student needs.
Assist instructional staff in effectively evaluating and reporting student progress.
Consult with the teacher on selection of instructional media, materials and equipment for learning activities based on the student's learning style and
Communicate behavioral observations and student progress reports to students, parents, teachers, or administrators.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Supervisor or
Computers, magnification programs, tape records, abacus, slate and stylus, talking calculators, CCTVs, braille writers, magnifiers, large print/Braille books, switches, APH materials, developmental toys, slant boards, lighting equipment, optical devices, assessment kits, etc.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Maintain emotional control under stress. Frequent standing, stooping, bending, pulling and pushing. May be required to lift and position learners with physical disabilities, manage behavior through physical restraint, assist learners who are not ambulatory, and/or use adaptive/assistive equipment. Frequent timeline deadlines and close monitoring of paperwork compliance require organization and focus. May need to participate in creative problem-solving with other members of the instructional team. Biologic exposure to bacteria and communicable diseases. Regular district-wide travel to multiple work locations as assigned. Capable of providing services in a variety of campus environments. Responsible for moving textbooks, media equipment, desks, and other classroom, or adaptive equipment. Frequent use of computers.
EDUCATION ASSISTANT – INCLUSION
Hiring Pay Range: $12.48-$13.25/hr, DOE
Schedule: M-F, 35 hours per week, Benefits Eligible
10 months, 188 paid workdays per year
Location: Catalina Foothills High School
Target Start Date: As Soon As Possible
Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level.
(Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.)
Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student's established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension.
Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students.
Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner.
Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education.
Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed.
Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports.
Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assist student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review.
Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children.
Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program.
Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics:
Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students.
Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student's Individual Education Program.
Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements.
Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR.
Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students.
Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices.
Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments.
Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students
Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students.
Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices.
Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing.
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators,
students and parents.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children.
CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.
The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.
Manager Of Testing And Assessment
Posting Opens May 15, 2018 Posting Closes May 24, 2018
The Akron Board of Education announces an opening for a Manager of Testing and Assessment, Job Code 071, Time Schedule 522 (260 days), Salary Range TBD, Collective Bargaining Unit - None. This is a State Teachers Retirement System position.
Application must be made electronically through http://www.applitrack.com/akron/onlineapp/. Please upload a letter of interest, resume and a current copy of appropriate license in addition to completing the online application. The Superintendent reserves the right to either keep the position open until suitable applicants are found or to cancel and repost the position with such changes as may be deemed appropriate. For further information, please contact Kenya Harrington, Director, School Improvement, 330-761-3111 or Human Resources, 330-761-2946.
Reports to the Director of School Improvement
Disseminates information in a format that will promote better understanding of tests, and their administration, supervision and results.
Assist with providing data which helps to improve student achievement and test scores.
Works closely with Executive Directors, Directors, and Learning Specialists to interpret student test data that provide for articulation and continuity between grade levels and schools.
Responsible for all aspects of the testing program including working with learning specialists to develop district assessments, ordering and distributing supplies, preparing the annual basic testing program bulletin, ordering scoring services, arranging for pre-test training and post-test follow-up with staff, securing the reports of test results, distributing test results and offering interpretations.
Responsible for all aspects of all of the electronic tests, including pre- and post-test training, obtaining, analyzing, and disseminating all test results and offering interpretations.
Ensure all buildings are hardware ready for all electronic tests.
Provide professional development for the administration of electronic tests.
Provide the professional development needed to increase the rigor in instruction for students to be prepared for the new Ohio State Tests.
Assists in developing evaluation capabilities to monitor the standards for educational improvement.
Shares with the Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction, and the Assessment Committee, the responsibility of selection of all assessments and determining the annual assessment.
Prepares Board items as appropriate.
Assist with the development and revision of Board Policies, Administrative Rules and Regulations in regard to Testing, Research and Evaluation.
Assists in the evaluation of educational programs in the district.
Assists in the development of written proposals for external funding.
Works with the Information Technology Department in acquisition and cataloging of data and preparation of reports of student progress to parents and records of student progress for the school files.
Submits necessary reports to the Ohio Department of Education.
Functions in a liaison capacity with local universities, the State Department of Education, and other agencies in regard to testing issues.
Facilitates the review and approval of requests to conduct research within the Akron Public Schools.
Reviews, disseminates, and trains on key findings of significant research impacting instruction.
Interprets test information to parents and to the community.
Participates in system-wide policy development.
Visits schools on a regular basis.
Develops, maintains and oversees department budgets.
Assumes any other responsibilities assigned by the Director of School Improvement.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Master's Degree in Administration or Supervision. Minimum 3 years teaching and/or educational experience. Minimum 2 years testing experience.
Shares in supervising testing staff.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret statistical and evaluation journals. Ability to effectively present, orally and in writing, information to top management and school personnel. Ability to prepare and write reports and plan and present in-service programs.
Ability to use statistical software to analyze data. Ability to disaggregate and analyze test scores, score and interpret student assessment instruments.
Ability to collect and organize data from a wide variety of sources. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Teaching or other equivalent educational license. Administration or Supervision certificate. Valid Ohio driver's license.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Excellent communication and organizational skills are required. Must have the ability to work effectively with staff and administrators at all levels. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to work with a wide variety of people on a wide range of issues. Ability to solve problems. Creativity flexibility, and initiative skills are necessary. Ability to identify problems, organize facts, and design a plan for resolution. Ability to define issues and determine appropriate responses. Computer skills, including ability to create spreadsheets, graphs, charts, and tables using Microsoft Office are required. May be directed to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically stated in this description.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The physical demands of the job described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear; frequently required to walk, sit and stand; stoop; kneel or crouch; use hands to type, handle and carry objects; may be required to lift up to 25 pounds in weight. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.
The employee must have the mobility to frequently travel to school sites. Required to attend out-of-town conferences and meetings.
Responsible to work cooperatively and effectively with members of the public, other employees, related public agency staff, community businesses, and service providers. Responsible for accurate and timely record-keeping and reports as required. Responsible to drive a motor vehicle with a valid Ohio operator's license as required by the position. Required to travel, both within the school district and outside of the school district. Responsible to attend meetings, in-services, and training programs as related to the position held.
IF YOU REQUIRE ANY SPECIAL SERVICES (SUCH AS INTERPRETER, BRAILLE OR LARGE PRINT, OR WHEELCHAIR-ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATIONS) COVERED UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990, PUBLIC LAW 101-336, SECTION 102, PLEASE CALL THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES AT 330-761-2935. IF YOU ARE USING A TTY/TTD, PLEASE CALL THE OHIO RELAY SERVICE, 1-800-750-0750. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Sr. Manager, Video Production
Join us as we pursue our disruptive new vision to make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. We are a company filled with people who are passionate about our product and seek to deliver the best experience for our customers.
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We are seeking a Video Production expert to join our Brand and Creative team. Are you a strong and inspiring leader and a master at leading video production?
Can you deliver high impact video assets that tell amazing stories while inspiring consideration? Do you have validated multimedia experience that will translate into the successful engagement of prospects and users of Splunk?
The Sr. Manager, Video Production will lead video and motion graphic programs for the Splunk Media Studio.
You will work with the broader Brand and Creative team to successfully represent the Splunk brand through video. This role requires a high-level of collaboration with executives and subject-matter experts across several groups in marketing, sales and other areas of the company to deliver highly engaging content.
You will have a hands-on background managing, producing and optimizing efforts with a roll-up-your-sleeves work ethic and real passion for all aspects of multimedia. If you are ready to join a rapidly growing team in a highly creative and impactful role, we want to talk to you.
This role will be based in the San Francisco HQ location and will report into the Director of Brand and Creative.
Responsible for the daily management, execution and delivery of the Splunk Media studio.
Lead a team of experts while managing efforts to produce, shoot and edit high-quality exclusive videos for use in demand pipe generation, brand awareness, thought leadership and GTM Marketing efforts.
Work cross-functionally to establish video storytelling workflows while surveying the Splunk landscape to extract the most compelling narratives across customer, product, solutions and event marketing.
Produce video assets across mediums and platforms and establish systems and technologies to properly distribute video content into the buyer's journey and measure success.
Work with executive staff members, customers and partners to showcase Splunk leadership and customer partner success.
Procure, develop and handle vendor relationships and RFP processes. Utilize vendors and production companies as needed to complete the production or post-production projects.
Establish and regularly report on metrics to measure success and to continuously improve creative executions. In collaboration with Marketing Ops, report on performance and pipeline attribution.
Own team operations including budget management and reporting results while advocating for resources, technology and equipment.
8 years of experience with end-to-end multimedia strategy including planning, conceptualization and production.
Possess a can-do, get it done attitude to push content forward while appropriately navigating any roadblocks. Work cross-functionally with multiple teams to achieve a consensus on video content.
Experienced communicator who is comfortable editing and scripts and has a knack of getting subjects comfortable with sharing their stories.
Can multi-task, work independently, and collaborate cross-functionally to get the best possible output.
Experienced with video production and post-production workflows, tools and gear. Familiar with non-linear editing platforms such as FCPX or Adobe Creative Suite.
Some design experience required with an understanding of motion graphics workflow.
Knowledge and experience building CDN distribution platforms, Digital Asset Management Systems and methodologies.
Experience implementing analytics structure to measure video success while maintaining editorial calendars and driving adherence across business partners.
We value diversity at our company. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or any other applicable legally protected characteristics in the location in which the candidate is applying.
For job positions in San Francisco, CA, and other locations where required, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Splunk was founded to pursue a disruptive new vision: make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. Machine data is one of the fastest growing and most complex areas of big data generated by every component of IT infrastructures, applications, mobile phone location data, website clickstreams, social data, sensors, RFID and much more.
Splunk is focused specifically on the challenges and opportunity of taking massive amounts of machine data, and providing powerful insights from that data. IT insights.
Security insights. Business insights. It’s what we call Operational Intelligence.
Since shipping its software in 2006, Splunk now has over 13,000 customers in more than 110 countries around the world. These organizations are using Splunk to harness the power of their machine data to deepen business and customer understanding, mitigate cybersecurity risk, prevent fraud, improve service performance and reduce costs.
Innovation is in our DNA from technology to the way we do business. Splunk is the platform for Operational Intelligence!
Splunk has more than 2,700 global employees, with headquarters in San Francisco, an office in San Jose, CA and regional headquarters in London and Hong Kong.
We’ve built a phenomenal foundation for success with a proven leadership team, highly passionate employees and unique patented software. We invite you to help us continue our drive to define a new industry and become part of an innovative, and disruptive software company.
Benefits & Perks: Wow! This is really cool!
Medical, full company paid Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts, Commuter Accounts, Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), 401(k), 3 weeks of PTO, sick leave, stocked micro kitchens in Splunk offices, catered lunches on Mondays, catered breakfast on Fridays, basketball hoops, ping pong, arcade games, BBQ’s, soccer, Fun Fridays .
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Medical, full company paid Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts, Commuter Accounts, Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), 401(k), 3 weeks of PTO and sick leave. Our work environments vary by location however we believe in hosting amenities and fun activities to fuel our energy. You may find fully stocked micro kitchens, catered lunches on Mondays and breakfast on Fridays, basketball hoops, ping pong, arcade games, BBQ’s, soccer and Fun Fridays .
This isn’t a job it’s a life changer are you ready?
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