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Gifted Specialist-Coordinator for Hudson City Schools
Gifted Teacher/District Coordinator of Gifted and Talented Middle School (Must be HQT) **Closing Date: July 17, 2014** All candidates please apply online at www.hudson.k12.oh.us/hr - click Job Opportunities on the left side menu, then Apply for Certified and Support Positions. (Internal candidates, access Internal Application – right side of page)

Licking Heights GIS opening
July 10, 2014 LICKING HEIGHTS LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Pataskala, Ohio THE FOLLOWING POSITION IS AVAILABLE FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOLYEAR: Elementary Gifted Teacher (Due to resignation) Must possess an appropriate Ohio Department of Education elementary teaching license with gifted endorsement. Internal applicants: Send cover letter and resume to, Kim Henderson, Director of Human Resources, khenderson@laca.org. External Applicants: Apply online at www.lhschools.org. DR. PHILIP WAGNER, SUPERINTENDENT LICKING HEIGHTS LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 6539 Summit Road Pataskala, Ohio 43062 Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Employment Opportunity: The Licking Heights Local School District Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), military status, ancestry, or age in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.

Middle School Gifted Services Coach
Middle School Gifted Coach – roles and responsibilities of the position would include: - Assist with cluster grouping WEP students in ELA classrooms - Facilitate professional development opportunities for cluster ELA teachers - Provide on-going assistance with curriculum development and instructional planning with cluster teachers - Assist with referral, screening, identification of middle school gifted students - Collaborate with cluster teachers on the development of WEPs for identified students Interested candidates may contact: Jeremy Miller Director, Curriculum and Instruction Centerville City Schools (937) 433-8841 Jeremy.miller@centerville.k12.oh.us

Gifted Position — Springfield City School District
This position will act as an instructional coach, working with grade 4-8 classroom teachers who have students identified as gifted in reading and/or mathematics clustered in their classrooms. Gifted credentials are required. For more information or to apply: You may access all new and current job postings by clicking on this link (or copying and pasting in browser): http://www.applitrack.com/springfieldcity/onlineapp/. If you have any questions regarding this posting, please email or call Deb Dasher: Email: Dasherds@spr.k12.oh.us. Telephone: 937-505-2820.

Gifted Intervention Specialist(s): Akron Public Schools
The Akron Public Schools are seeking licensed gifted intervention specialist teachers to work with students full-time in an expanding non-traditional academic program for gifted students. We are seeking qualified candidates who are HQT in grades 3-8 reading/math, are flexible and self-directed, use data to make decisions regarding instruction, have a willingness and ability to plan and develop new educational initiatives for gifted students, and use technology for teaching and learning in various classroom environments. To apply, visit http://www.applitrack.com/akron/onlineapp/ before July 17, 2014. For further information, contact Karen Gegick, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, 330.761.3107.

Message from the OACG Webmaster

OAGC has established this web page for the announcement of available gifted/talented teaching and coordinator positions. Postings frequently appear on the Ohiogift listserv and OAGC thought it might be useful to have positions posted where they would be accessible for a longer period.

Those districts wanting to post openings need to supply all the usual information: position, requirements (like certification), location, grade levels, when the position will be filled, who to contact, etc. It should be information similar to what was submitted to Ohiogift.

All posting requests should come directly to this address: Webmaster@0AGC.com. You will still want to post to Ohiogift but don't expect this site to copy the Ohiogift post automatically.

OAGC and the OAGC Webmaster are not responsible for spelling and/or informational errors. Announcements well be added to this page as soon as possible but it may take 2-3 days before it appears. If the position becomes filled please contact the Webmaster at the same address Webmaster@0AGC.com and the posting will be deleted from this web page.

Unless special arrangements have been requested postings will be deleted from this page three months from the submission date or when the OAGC Webmaster has been notified that the position has been filled.

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