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Summer 2016 Jobs Available for Our Region’s Students

The Free Press WV

Parkersburg Area Community Foundation & Regional Affiliates (PACF) announces that its online application for its Civic Leaders Fellowship summer employment program is open now for college-aged students in its eleven-county service region: Calhoun, Doddridge, Gilmer, Jackson, Mason, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Wirt and Wood (WV), and Washington County (OH).

Students are encouraged to apply early as the process is competitive. PACF also seeks applications from employers - businesses, nonprofits and government agencies – interested in receiving an intern at no cost. Guidelines and Applications for students and employers are available at www.pacfwv.com/civic-leaders-fellowship-program. The first-year applicant deadline for students is February 26, 2016. The application deadline for hosts is March 31, 2016.

PACF introduced this Fellowship four years ago to improve access to employment for area students and to develop civic leadership capacity. In 2015, on Mondays through Thursdays for seven weeks, 29 students worked in career-related internships. On Fridays, first year students met at PACF headquarters for a program of personal, business and civic development; second year students worked in teams, visiting and evaluating Foundation grant sites, and making grants; and third year students worked on career networking skills to assist them in locating local post-graduation employment.

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Rachael Klimas, a 2015 1st Year Civic Leader from Parkersburg, WV, wrote, “I applied to the PACF’s Civic Leaders Fellowship Program because of the wonderful opportunity to learn valuable leadership skills while getting paid to gain experience in my career of interest.  The Program is exactly what I needed to strengthen and build my personal life skills as well as further my career goals while being a part of a project aimed toward improving our local community.”

Fellowships are supported by numerous public and private funders with major grants from PACF and the Benedum and McDonough Foundations. Students receive interest-related paid summer jobs in their hometowns with the opportunity to build networks and skills toward post-graduation employment. Employers—nonprofits, businesses and government—receive a summer intern at no cost except supervision in exchange for willingness to provide a meaningful experience. Students must be currently attending college and have successfully completed at least their first semester of freshman year to apply. Graduate level students may apply. Students still in high school are not eligible.

Previous internships have included: Camden Clark Hospital, Parkersburg Boys and Girls Club, Artsbridge, HealthSouth, Downtown PKB, YMCA, Parkersburg Art Center, Kayser Layne & Clark, the Arc, Wood County Library, Marietta Community Foundation, Roane General Hospital, Spencer Newspapers, WVU Extension-Jackson County, WV Forestry Association, Pleasant Valley Hospital, Ritchie County EDA, City of Parkersburg, Hyer & Littlepage, SDR Plastics, Valtronics, River Valley Health & Wellness, Mountain River Physical Therapy, and Vienna Public Library to name just a few. Professional Services of America contributes to the project as its contract employer.

Foundation Executive Director, Judy Sjostedt said, “The Civic Leaders Fellowship is a deliberate effort to engage and retain our educated youth. We were tired of seeing our talented young people graduate and be unable to find good jobs locally, so we’re working together to provide quality summer work experiences. We deeply appreciate everyone who makes this initiative possible, from our funders; to employers who offer meaningful work; to persons serving on our advisory panel, or providing training. The out-migration of our educated youth is something we can and should do something about. I urge others to work with us.” Sjostedt encourages interested potential funders or employers to contact the Foundation at , 304.428.4438.

G-BizBuzz™: Tudor’s to Open on October 19, 2015 in Glenville

Tudor’s Biscuit World Restaurant is Scheduled to Open on October 19, 2015 in Hay City area of Glenville, WV.
Katrina Rhodes will be the manager at Tudor’s.
The Restaurant Is Taking Applications for Employment.

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Starting June County School Systems Have another Option for Filling Teacher Vacancies

The Gilmer Free Press

MORGANTOWN, WV – The chair of the House Education Committee has a goal of possibly filling 100 teaching vacancies in West Virginia through the alternative teacher certification methods that will soon be permitted under state law.
House Education Chair Amanda Pasdon (R-Monongalia, 51)

Delegate Amanda Pasdon (R-Monongalia, 51) said student success depends on having qualified teachers.

“It comes right down to who they have in front of them, who’s giving them that quality education,” Pasdon said on MetroNews “Talkline.”

“I think it’s just a wonderful opportunity to expand our children’s horizons to, right now, what they may not be experiencing.”

The alternative teacher certification legislation lawmakers approved during the 2015 Regular Legislative Session will take effect on June 12, 2015.

Currently, Pasdon said there are more than 700 teaching vacancies in West Virginia which has the highest number of teachers instructing students outside of their fields of study. This law, she said, should reduce that number in critical need areas, either because of subject matter or geography.

“By opening the route to alternative certification, by allowing highly qualified individuals into the classroom that have these specific skills related to subject matter will ultimately make an immediate impact in our students’ lives, in their day-to-day education,” Pasdon said.

Critics of the alternative certification programs, though, had argued West Virginia could better fill its many teacher vacancies by offering more competitive salaries. Pasdon does not disagree, but her proposal for a multi-year teacher pay raise plan did not get legislative approval this year.

According to the law, to be eligible for an alternative program teacher certificate, a person will have to be 18 years old; have at least a bachelor’s degree; pass the same basic skills and subject matter tests required for traditional program candidates; be a U.S. citizen “of good moral character;” be “physically, mentally and emotionally qualified” to perform the duties of a teacher; receive a formal offer of employment in an area of critical need and shortage from a county superintendent; have relevant academic or occupational qualifications and clear a criminal history check.

The requirements are slightly different for those wanting to teach special education or in vocational and technical areas.

Teach for America, an example of one alternative teaching program, recruits recent college graduates and professionals of all backgrounds to teach for two years in urban or rural public schools.

The use of such programs will be up to county school officials.

“This isn’t really anything from us saying, ‘You have to do this.’ This is just saying, if you have an empty classroom, you have a need that you cannot fill, then we are going to give you an alternative means to do that and you use it to the best of your ability,” Pasdon said.

An alternative program teaching contract can be renewed as long as a teacher makes “satisfactory progress” in the alternative program which will have individualized requirements.

As written in the law, if counties have to reduce teacher numbers, the alternative teachers cannot displace professional educators.

~~  Shauna Johnson ~~

Community Job Fair - 04.13.15

The Gilmer Free Press

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Literacy Coach

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POSITION:    Literacy Coach
                                   
JOB DESCRIPTION:
                    1. Valid WV Teaching Certificate

                    2.  Three years acceptable teaching experience preferred

                    3.  Experience & success in designing and delivering staff Development in literacy strategies

                    4.  Knowledge of current trends and research that apply to literacy and instructional best practices

                    5.  Demonstrates skill in providing parent and staff development

                    6.  Ability to identify and impart relevant research and resources to assist schools with the LIREC grant and literacy program

                    7. Coordinate and Implement Summer Lab for LIREC Grant

                    8.  Experience in curricular planning

                    9.  Interpersonal skills to effectively share proven instructional approaches with parents, teachers, and administrators and provide advice and coaching

                    10.  Strong organizational and community outreach skills


REPORTS TO:      Superintendent or Designee


JOB GOAL:

To provide assistance to schools in core academic areas to sustain implementation of WVDE Policy 2512, 2525, and 2510. To develop, implement and evaluate the literacy program and design and deliver effective staff development, initiatives, or strategies to enhance the instructional skills of teachers while supporting community and parents with relevant resources.

EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Personnel.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

                    1.  Ensure alignment of the community and school initiatives around early literacy

                    2. Ensure alignment of LIREC project with other initiatives in the school system

                    3. Coordinate participating community based pre-school PD with school based PD

                    4. Coordinate the Local LIREC leadership team and run their quarterly meetings

                    5. Collect and report implementation data

                    6. Represent the site in the National Advisory Team (quarterly meetings held virtually)

                    7. Assist schools with assessment of current instructional practices and prioritizing areas of focus for curriculum enhancement.

                    8.  Engage COMMUNITY-BASED early childhood providers and other community partners in the dialog, community literacy planning, and book distribution processes

                    9.  Coordinate data gathering needed for dialogue circle process (e.g., what is the local access to books, other literacy assets)

                    10.  Coordinate the discussion circle process

                    11.  Coordinate the Community Literacy Action development

                    12.  Flexible work hours as needed for parent trainings and community outreach

                    12.  Other duties assigned by the Superintendent


SUBMIT:

• Application for employment; Copy of WV Teaching Certificate; Current transcripts for undergraduate and graduate work; previous two evaluations.

• Current employees submit Bid Sheet (located on the county website).

• Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


Send these documents to:
                                              Gabriel J. Devono, Superintendent
                                              Gilmer County Schools
                                              201 North Court Street
                                              Glenville, WV 26351

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 – 3:00 PM


As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E15-001-13
Posted: 03.12.15

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach - GCHS

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POSITION:
                                    Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach
                                    Gilmer County High School

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director/Head Coach

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.

Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season


QUALIFICATIONS:
                                                * Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202
                                                * Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: County Supplement - $800.00


SUBMIT:

Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)
Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


Send these documents to:
                                              Judith Stalnaker, Personnel Director
                                              Gilmer County Schools
                                              201 North Court Street
                                              Glenville, WV 26351

CLOSING DATE: Monday, February 15, 2015 – 3:00 PM


As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E15-501-17
Posted: 02.09.15

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Auxiliary Varsity Girls Softball Coach - GCHS

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POSITION:  Auxiliary Varsity Girls Softball Coach, Gilmer County High School


JOB DESCRIPTION:


FOR THE POSITION OF AUXILIARY ATHLETIC COACH


REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director/Head Coach


JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.


RESPONSIBILITIES:

Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.

Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season


QUALIFICATIONS:

* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202

* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY:  County Supplement - $1


CLOSING DATE:  February 05, 2015 - 3:00 PM


SEND LETTER OF APPLICATION AND RESUME TO:

Judith A. Stalnaker
Personnel Director
Gilmer County Schools
201 North Court Street
Glenville, WV 26351

As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the U.S. Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E15-501-16
Posted:01.29.15

College Grads, Potential Employers Disagree

It turns out that college students are being well-prepared for their future careers—at least in their own minds.

Ask employers, and it’s a very different picture.

The Gilmer Free Press

 

Well-Prepared in Their Own Eyes

It turns out that college students are being well-prepared for their future careers—at least in their own minds. Ask employers, and it’s a very different picture.

The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU) asked groups of employers and college students a series of similar questions about career preparation. They could be scary reading for many students and the college educators who are trying to prepare them for careers. AACU is releasing the survey results today, in advance of the annual meeting at which the group will mark its centennial.

Consistent with past AACU surveys, this one found that employers are concerned about new graduates having a range of skills in areas like communication and team work—and that employers aren’t as obsessed as some governors with questions about students’ choice of major. This year, AACU did a companion survey of college students—613 students at public and private two-year and four-year colleges. The employer results come from 400 respondents whose organizations have at least 25 employees and report that 25% or more of their new hires hold either an associate degree from a two-year college or a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college.

As shown on the bar chart below from AACU, students consistently rank themselves as prepared in areas where employers do not agree. The area where students and employers are the closest to being aligned is in staying current with new technologies, where 37% of employers think students are well-prepared and 46% of students think that. But in a number of key areas (oral communication, written communication, critical thinking, being creative), students are more than twice as likely as employers to think that students are being well-prepared. And these are the kinds of qualities that many colleges say are hallmarks of a liberal education.

The Gilmer Free Press

“When it comes to the types of skills and knowledge that employers feel are most important to workplace success, large majorities of employers do NOT feel that recent college graduates are well prepared. This is particularly the case for applying knowledge and skills in real-world settings, critical thinking skills, and written and oral communication skills — areas in which fewer than three in 10 employers think that recent college graduates are well prepared. Yet even in the areas of ethical decision-making and working with others in teams, many employers do not give graduates high marks,“ the AACU report says.

Other parts of the employer survey may be more encouraging to many college educators, especially those who endorse the AACU view that there is more to college education than picking a major in a hot career field.

Employers were asked whether it was more important for new hires to have training in specific skills for a job, a “range of knowledge” or both specific skills and a range of knowledge. “Both” was the clear winner at 60%, followed by range of knowledge with 25% and specific skills at only 15%.

Further, the survey found that large majorities of employers at least somewhat agree with statements that suggest support for general education and a curriculum that extends beyond job training.

Employers Who Strongly or Somewhat Agree With These Statements

Statement Strongly Agree Somewhat Agree
All college students should have educational experiences that teach them how to solve problems with people whose views are different than their own. 59% 37%
All college students should gain an understanding of democratic institutions and values 32% 55%
Every college student should take courses that build the civil knowledge, skills and judgment essential for contributing to our democratic society. 33% 53%
Every college student should acquire broad knowledge of the liberal arts and sciences. 29% 49%
All college students should gain intercultural skills and an understanding of societies and countries outside the United States. 21% 57%

~~  Scott Jaschik ~~

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Mini Titan Boys Track Coach - GCHS

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POSITION:
                                    Mini Titan Boys Track Coach
                                    Gilmer County High School

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: Mini Titan Boys Track Coach

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.

Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season


QUALIFICATIONS:
                                                * Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202
                                                * Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: County Supplement - $600.00


SUBMIT:

Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)
Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


Send these documents to:
                                              Judith Stalnaker, Personnel Director
                                              Gilmer County Schools
                                              201 North Court Street
                                              Glenville, WV 26351

CLOSING DATE: Until Filled


As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E15-501-14(a)
Posted: 01.13.15

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Mini Titan Boys Track Coach - GCHS

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POSITION:
                                    Mini Titan Boys Track Coach
                                    Gilmer County High School

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: Mini Titan Boys Track Coach

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.

Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season


QUALIFICATIONS:
                                                * Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202
                                                * Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: County Supplement - $600.00


SUBMIT:

Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)
Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


Send these documents to:
                                              Judith Stalnaker, Personnel Director
                                              Gilmer County Schools
                                              201 North Court Street
                                              Glenville, WV 26351

CLOSING DATE: Until Filled


As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E15-501-14(a)
Posted: 01.13.15

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Mini Titan Girls Track Coach - GCHS

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POSITION:
                                    Mini Titan Girls Track Coach
                                    Gilmer County High School

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: Mini Titan Girls Track Coach

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.

Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season


QUALIFICATIONS:
                                                * Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202
                                                * Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: County Supplement - $600.00


SUBMIT:

Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)
Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


Send these documents to:
                                              Judith Stalnaker, Personnel Director
                                              Gilmer County Schools
                                              201 North Court Street
                                              Glenville, WV 26351

CLOSING DATE: Until Filled


As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E15-501-15(a)
Posted: 01.13.15

G-OB™: Help Wanted Line Cook

The Gilmer Free Press

Must have ability to work with a variety of kitchen equipment and be able to adhere to Pioneer Grille Culinary Guidelines.

One year of relevant cooking experience OR a combination of education and experience from which-comparable knowledge and skills are acquired.

Ability to interact and maintain positive relationships with guests, co-workers and management.

Pay rate based on experience.

Please apply at the restaurant, or call 304.462.8833 for any questions.

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Cook II – Gilmer County High School

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POSITION: Cook II – Gilmer County High School 5:30 AM to 1:00 PM daily


JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: COOK II

REPORTS TO: Building Principal and Cook III or Cafeteria Manager

JOB GOAL: To provide a nutritious meal that meets all state and federal standards.


GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 

1. Prepares and serves meals which meet the state nutritional standards from a planned menu.

2. Provides support to the school and cares for the welfare of the children.

3.  Assists the principal and teachers in establishing good public relations.

4.  Be acquainted with the policies of the school and with duties assigned. See that stock room, kitchen area, and all equipment is clean.

5.  Be responsive to the suggestions of the principal and Director of Child Nutrition.

6.  Observes working hours and operating policies established by the principal and the county school lunch supervisor.

7.  Strives to work carefully and efficiently, observing all nutritional requirements and sanitary standards in the preparation and service of school lunches/breakfasts.

8.  Prepares and updates records and reports for inspection by authorized personnel.

9.  Attends county food service continuing education and in-service programs.

10.  Holds a valid food handlers’ card and meets all requirements of the state and local departments of health.

11.  Utilizes all food stocked to the fullest extent possible.

12.  Be physically fit to perform all duties related to the position.  The employee understands that he/she must be physically able to lift large kettles and/or serving pans containing food stuffs and carry them, if necessary, to serving tables or sink and be able to perform certain other duties involved in the work area of the kitchen that involve reaching, bending and pushing.

13.  Be neatly dressed in a washable dress or slacks, preferably a uniform. Wear a hairnet while performing the duties of school lunch cook, as well as substantial footwear.

14.  Fulfills the required 200 day working term and accounts for in-service days.

15.  Maintains positive work habits.

16.  Performs duties efficiently and productively.

17.  Maintains and/or upgrades skills.

18.  Performs other tasks required in the preparation and serving of food and in the general operation of the food service program.


QUALIFICATIONS:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Hold classification title in category of employment or meet the definition of the job title pursuant to WV Code 18-4-8c
• Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


REPORTS TO: Cook III, and Principal, GCHS


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Interpret Menus
• Prepare and Serve Meals
• Help with reports and inventory
• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014 – 2015 School Year – 200 Days


SALARY: Based on Gilmer County Salary Scale, commensurate with job classification and years of service

SEND LETTER OF APPLICATION AND RESUME TO:
                            Judith A. Stalnaker
                            Personnel Director
                            Gilmer County Board of Education
                            201 North Court St.
                            Glenville, WV 26351


MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Friday, January 09, 2015 – 3:00 PM


As required by federal law and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquiries may be referred to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 North Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304,462,7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights 215.596,6795.


S15-501-05
Posted: 01.05.15

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Head Varsity Baseball Coach - GCHS

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Title:
Head Varsity Baseball Coach

Grade Level:
High School

Description:
To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

Job Location or School Name:
Gilmer County High School

City:
Glenville

County:
Gilmer

Qualifications:
* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202 
* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position. 

Salary:
$1500

Closing Date:
2015.01.09

Comments:

SUBMIT: Application for employment; Copy of Teaching or Coaching Certificate;      Previous two evaluations.   
Current employees submit Extracurricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website www.gilmercountyschools.org
E15-501-13  

Apply to:
Judith A. Stalnaker, Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 N. Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351 
 
Fax: 304.462.5103

County Contact Email:
“jstalnaker@k12.wv.us”

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Bus Operator - NES

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POSITION: Bus Operator   (6:00 AM to 9:00 AM / 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.)* Rosedale, Shock, Aunt Minnie’s Farm, Intersection 33/119, NES, Grass Run, NES. Includes student transportation from designated pick-up/drop-off stops to and from school.

*Times are approximate and may change depending on weather conditions and other factors beyond the control of the Board.  Routes are subject to reasonable changes based on the needs of students in the route area.


JOB DESCRIPTION: FOR THE POSITION OF BUS OPERATOR


REPORTS TO:  Transportation Director


JOB GOAL: To safely transport students to and from school


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Becomes thoroughly familiar with the contents of the West Virginia Transportation Regulations for school bus operators.

2. Posts in the bus a copy of the Regulations for Pupils Transported in School Buses and a copy of the bus schedule.

3. Performs pre-trip inspections daily.

4. Prepares and keeps a list of students riding the bus.

5. Discharges students only at designated stops unless permission is granted by the principal or a note of permission from the parent or guardian.

6. Allows students who are not assigned to his/her bus to board only if permission has been granted by the principal or by a note of request from the parent or guardian.

7. Runs on a regular schedule and reports to the principal or supervisor any reasons for delay.

8. Maintains professional appearance and wears uniform.

9. Leaves school only after checking that all children are loaded.

10. Cleans thoroughly inside and outside of bus as directed by the transportation supervisor.

11. Does not allow students to extend any part of their body out of the bus windows.

12. Practices emergency unloading procedures at least twice per year.

13. Does not leave bus with motor running.  Has brake set any time when leaving the bus.

14. Makes sure all emergency equipment, such as first aid kits, fire extinguishers, chains, flares, axe, etc are on bus and in good condition.

15. Completes all required reports on date requested.

16. Follows the Gilmer County Discipline Policy.

17. Must be available for emergency school closings.

18. Reports any accident or damage to bus immediately to the transportation director.

19. Reports needed repairs to mechanic.

20. Follows railroad crossing procedures.

21. Maintains positive work habits.

22. Performs duties efficiently and productively.

23. Maintains and/or upgrades skills.

24. Performs other duties assigned by the transportation director.

25. Bus will remain parked at assigned location during and after school hours.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014 –2015 School Year


QUALIFICATIONS:

• High School Graduate or GED

• Hold certification as a bus operator as required by WV
                           
• Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out the responsibilities of the position


SALARY: Based on Gilmer County Salary Scale, commensurate with job classification and years of service
   

APPLICATION SHOULD BE SENT TO:

                          Judy Stalnaker, Personnel Director
                          Gilmer County Board of Education
                          201 North Court Street
                          Glenville, WV 26351


MUST BE RECEIVED BY:  Friday, January 09, 2015 – 3:00 PM


As required by federal law and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquiries may be referred to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 North Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights 215.596.6795.


S15-202-1
Posted: 01.05.2015

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