Our Mission:  The Mission of the Athens-Meigs Educational Service Center is to work in partnership with the community to improve student achievement, build capacity, and raise expectations for all individuals in our service region.

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Job Opening- Consultant for School Improvement and Special Education

Job Opening- Consultant for School Improvement and Special Education

Location: Athens Meigs Educational Service Center/State Support Team Region 16, 21 Birge Drive, Chauncey, Ohio

Job Title: Consultant for School Improvement and Special Education
Job Type: Certified-Administrative-Other (Full-time)

Start Date: No later than February 11, 2015

Deadline for Applications: January 3, 2015

Job Description: 
School Improvement: Assist local school districts with understanding the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) systems and supports.  Assist districts as requested, with identifying their DLT/BLT/TBT. Facilitate and/or support the OIP using the identified protocols with assigned LEAs.

Special Education: Assist local school districts with understanding Special Education Law.  Facilitate ODE required Professional Development in regard to diverse learning.

Additional Job Information:
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Education, Special Education, Administration or appropriate field or evidence of equivalency; a thorough understanding of the intended outcomes of OIP implementation and an understanding of the standards of essential practice outlined in Ohio's Leadership Development Framework (Including the OLAC modules and formative assessment).

Send resume and licensing credentials to the Athens-Meigs Educational Service Center, Attention: Helen Douglas, P.O. Box 40, Chauncey, Ohio 45719

For more information contact:
Heather Wolfe, Director
SST Region 16
91_hwolfe@seovec.org
740-797-0150 (ext. 152)


 


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