(Subject to approval)
Menlo Park Academy (MPA) is the highest ranked K-8 school in Ohio* whose purpose is to develop the potential of gifted learners through unique and rewarding experiences that nurture the whole child. The School Director is the executive, educational, and instructional
leader of the school. The School Director, who serves as the lead administrator of Menlo Park Academy, reports directly to the Board of Directors (BOD). The School Director is ultimately responsible for the leadership of MPA’s administrative and educational teams. The ideal candidate’s educational philosophy will integrate with both gifted education best practices, and public school of choice leadership. Interested candidates should submit materials to talent @ menloparkacademy.com.
Visit our web site for more details: http://www.menloparkacademy.com/about/employment-opportunities
Gifted Coordinator - Miamisburg City School District
Gifted Coordinator - Miamisburg City School District. Miamisburg City School District has a full-time opening for a Gifted Coordinator for grades 1-12. Application deadline is March 7, 2014. To learn more about this southwest Ohio school district, go here:
http://miamisburgcityschools.org/. To apply for the position of Miamisburg City School District Gifted Coordinator, go online to the Dayton Area School Employment Consortium website, register, and look at the listing on the Job Board (this Miamisburg listing is near the bottom of the page): http://www.daytonareaschooljobs.esu.k12.oh.us/
GIS in Piqua City Schools
Piqua City Schools has a part-time position open for a gifted intervention specialist to work with primary children. Prefer experience with PETS and reading. Please contact Nell Petry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 937-469-1774 x 0715. Piqua City Schools is a financially stable district that enjoys community support and connectedness as well as a determination to meet the needs of all of its students and that includes those identified as gifted. Currently we are striving to provide a varied menu of services for students in grades 1-12. We are working on expanding services and creating many opportunities for parents to be involved. We are seeking someone who may or may not wish a full-time position in the future as we continue to expand our menu of services. Our report grade this year was "B" and we are working hard to raise that grade while focusing on the needs of students identified as gifted. Piqua City Schools is a forward-thinking, positive environment for gifted education with supportive administrators.
Giften Intervention Specialist: London City SChools
Title: TEACHER - GIFTED/TALENTED PROGRAM
Reports to: Director of Special Education and Building Principal
Job Objectives: Plans, implements, and evaluates enrichment experiences for students identified as gifted or talented. Works with colleagues to ensure the provision of all services mandated by state and Federal law. Provides guidance and support to help students mature and make appropriate choices. Helps students pursue their academic and vocational goals. Actively encourages parental involvement.
FLSA Status: Exempt
Minimum • Valid State of Ohio teacher license/certificate appropriate for the assignment.
Qualifications: • Meets all mandated health requirements (e.g., a negative tuberculosis test, etc.).
• Successful completion of a criminal background investigation.
GIS or Endorsement-in-Process
The Johnstown-Monroe LSD has an immediate opening for a gifted teacher. The successful candidate will have a gifted endorsement or be willing to work toward gifted endorsement and will coordinate and provide a systematic and continuous program within two buildings of the district that will meet the educational needs of students identified as gifted. He/She will provide direct instruction and support student acceleration and achievement in the gifted program in grades three through five. Experience in teaching English Language Arts is preferred. Interested and qualified candidates should contact Kris Almendinger at email@example.com or 740-967-6846.
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.
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