CURRENT VACANCIES 

Online Application: http://schooljobs.dpi.state.nc.us
To apply for a job with the Granville County Schools you must complete the on-line application located at http://schooljobs.dpi.state.nc.us. Select Granville County as your desired location when prompted. Send confirmation e-mail upon completion to e-mail address listed in the vacancy announcement. (Please note that it may take up to 24 hours for your electronic application to be received.) If you see a vacancy that you would like to pursue, contact the principal or director and make them aware of your interest.
Current Granville County Schools employees interested in any of the positions listed below, should send a cover letter and resume to the principal/director listed in the vacancy announcement. They should NOT complete an on-line application.
The Granville County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, genetics, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:  Associate Superintendent, Granville County Schools, 101 Delacroix St., Oxford, NC 27565, (919) 693-4613.
 
 
Coach
 

Head Softball Coach (320134)

Location: 
Hawley Middle School

Status: Sporting Season

Application Deadline: Until Filled

For additional information about the position, please contact the principal, Mr. Frank Wiggins, wigginsfd@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-528-0091.
 
 
Assistant Football Coach (320124)

Location: 
Hawley Middle School

Status: Sporting Season

Application Deadline: Until Filled

For additional information about the position, please contact the principal, Mr. Frank Wiggins, wigginsfd@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-528-0091.

  
English Teacher
 
 
Location:  Granville Magnet School
 
Status:  10 Month
 
Beginning Date:  July 9, 2014
 
N.C. Certification required.  For additional information about the position, please contact Mr. Bill Massey, masseywc@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-690-2317.
 
 
 
Exceptional Children's Program
 

 

EC Administrative Specialist (000092)

Location: Exceptional Children's Department

Status: 12-Month

Beginning Date:  May 1, 2014

Reports To:  Director of Exceptional Children’s Program

 

Job Summary: Must display excellent organizational ability, in order to set priorities, organize workload, handle multiple responsibilities and meet deadlines; be proficient in use of word processing, spread sheets and database software; have a sound knowledge and ability in business correspondence and an ability to proofread for grammar, spelling and punctuation with a high degree of accuracy; maintain strict confidentiality related to information learned on the job; and acquire and apply new skills through continued professional development.

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Coordinate Psychological Testing

o    Receive testing requests from schools

o    Coordinate assignments for psychologists

o    Computerized scoring of test such as Vinelands, WJIII, WIAT, PALS, etc for students referred for testing

o    Distribute final psychological

o    File/Scan and keep database of psychological testing

·         Develop and coordinate contracts for EC Department

o    Assist in determining the need for contacts

o    Develop the contract for approval by supervisor and HR director

o    Upon approval contact contract personnel to obtain agreement and signatures

o    Receive and process for payment invoices for contract personnel

·         CECAS (Comprehensive Exceptional Children Accountability System)

o    Maintain the confidential information for all students with disabilities for the county

o    Daily input of information for students whose services have closed

o    Attend regular trainings by DPI to assure the upmost integrity in the information submitted for child counts

o    Run reports as needed regarding student information from CECAS

o    Train EC personnel with use and requirements for maintaining accurate information for the accounting system

o    Process headcounts and CIPP requirements through the CECAS system

·         Headcounts & Compliance

o    Coordinate with EC personnel the necessary information to complete an accurate headcount

o    Attend DPI trainings to assure that current rules and regulations regarding compliance are used in determining if a SWD is eligible for a headcount

o    Coordinate with EC Compliance specialist in the determination of student’s eligibilities

o    Obtain updated knowledge of Procedures Governing Children with Special Needs, General & Federal Statues for Students with Disabilities and Guiding/Best Practices

o    Coordinate and update monthly headcounts from schools

·         Discipline – At Risk Student

o    Maintain discipline of all SWD

o    Prepare a countywide database monthly for all students with disabilities who are identified as at-risk for submission to DPI

o    Maintain student information forms and specified information for at-risk SWD’s monthly

·         Grant

o    Assist the director with preparing information (budgets and personnel) required to submit federal grants for funding for the EC department

o    Prepare advertising information for public information regarding the federal grant

o    Assist and participate in the private/home school meetings required prior to the grant’s submission

o    Prepare child count information needed for the grant

o    Assist the director and superintendent in the submission of maintenance of fiscal efforts for the grants in a timely manner

o    Assist with the preparation of the Maintenance of Fiscal Efforts to finalize the approval of the federal grants

·         Child Find

o    Prepare public information as required by DPI to distribute in regards to Child Find and other initiatives for the EC department

·         Training & Staff Development

o    Prepare staff development agendas and packets for EC trainings

o    Training appropriate personnel in different areas of expertise

o    Maintain agendas, sign-in sheets for CEU credit

o    Maintain notes from each of the trainings 

·         Purchasing

o    Prepare requests from EC personnel in regards to program needs for purchasing

o    Research requests for best prices before purchasing

o    Complete the purchasing process through current purchasing system

o    Receive and distribute materials as needed/requested

o    Complete purchasing process by coordinating the payment of invoices for goods received

o    Maintain a system for retrieval of purchasing information 

·         Program Maintenance

o    Process monthly invoices for payment

o    Process staff development requested with budget codes and director’s signatures

o    Check and process travel reimbursements for all EC personnel requiring reimbursements

o    Maintain GCS EC website 

·         Payroll

o    Process payroll for EC department at Orange Street Education Center on a monthly basis

·         Budgets

o    Develop possible budgets for the EC department

o    Maintain budgets monthly

o    Meet with director and assistant superintendent – Finance to determine appropriateness of budget requests, transfer of funds and balances throughout the school year

o    Maintain a system of information regarding budgets, memorandum and other information pertaining to the use of funds in the EC department 

·         Personnel

o    Meet with appropriate personnel in both the EC department and GCS administration in regards to positions, certification needs of personnel and budgeting funds for salaries throughout the school year

·         PowerSchool

o    Keep updated with PowerSchool and changes to coordinate, maintain and train EC personnel in regards to required information needed in PowerSchool. 

o    Admit and withdraw students from the CECAS, and More-At-Four, etc. schools in PowerSchool.

·         Statewide Testing for SWD

o    Keep updated with current testing standards

o    Maintain SWD testing information in CECAS

o    Attend meetings when necessary regarding testing and requirements

o    Distribute information to appropriate EC personnel in regards to information obtain

·         CIPP

o    Participate and develop plans, projects and information to be distributed to stakeholders regarding required information for CIPP

o    Coordinate all CIPP indicators for submission to DPI

o    Gather statistics and data for documentation of CIPP indicators

·         Knowledge of Special Education Law & Procedures

o    Have an expertise level of the laws and regulations that govern EC services

o    Keep updated on the procedures and processes

o    Attend meetings that provide attendees with updated information, situations and solutions to rules and regulations

o    Continuously update manuals, forms and personnel with new information as it develops

o    Be able to manage, coordinate and/or develop processes such as Medicaid billing, funding requests, and other aspects of the EC program 

·         Forms

o    Develop, maintain and update all forms used with the processes needed to place a student with disabilities

o    Provide necessary EC forms to personnel – copy, website, email 

·         First Responder

o    Provide in-house computer information and troubleshooting to personnel located at the work site

·         General Office Duties

o    Maintain all office equipment and supplies

o    Book staff development activities in the staff development area

o    Request technology and maintenance assistance through the current web-based programs

o    Maintain an inventory of necessary forms, special use products for separate classes and other materials needed by the program

o    All other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

·         Extensive knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, spelling and punctuation.

·         Extensive knowledge of office practices and procedures.

·         Extensive knowledge in specific area of assignment.

·         Considerable knowledge of rules, regulations, procedures and functions of complex organizations.

·         Ability to promote good relationships internally and with the public.

·         Ability to communicate effectively both oral and written.

·         Ability to exercise sound judgment in resolving problems.

·         Ability to plan and organize work activities.

·         Ability to perform with only broad statements of expectations.

·         Extensive, broad and intensive experience in an office environment with responsibility for a large variety of complex duties.

Qualifications:

·         Preference is given to someone who holds an Associate’s Degree in office technology or/or management.

Note: The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.

 For additional information about the position, contact the Director of Exceptional Children, Dr. Michael Allen, 919-693-4613 x 101269, allenm@gcs.k12.nc.us.

 
 
Location: West Oxford Elementary School

Status: 10 Month

Beginning Date:  Immediately

Reports To:  Director of Exceptional Children’s Program and Principal

JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, provides special education services to students identified as disabled in accordance with state and federal regulations. Work involves developing and implementing the Individual Education Program in classroom settings that are compatible with the student’s age and developmental level. The EC teacher is responsible for developing lesson plans, adapting materials and designing activities to assist EC students develop appropriate academic, behavioral, and social skills and to meet their IEP goals. The teacher is responsible for monitoring student’s progress and for maintaining EC records in compliance with state and federal guidelines.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

·          Develops and implements an instructional plan which is compatible with the school and system-wide curricular goals and the students’ Individual Education Program. Is responsible for the development of Individual Education Programs (IEP) for students with disabilities; implements the IEP; and uses diagnostic information obtained from tests and other assessment procedures to update IEPs as needed.

·          Provides direct special education instruction to identified students.

·          Employs a variety of teaching methods to meet student needs. Implementation of these methods may require the adaptation or development of materials.

·          Monitors student behavior; maintains discipline in the classroom; deescalates inappropriate behaviors; teaches students appropriate behavioral strategies; restrains students when necessary; records and reports restrains. Assists disabled students with their personal and self-help needs, such as eating, toileting, and other essential tasks that the students are not able to perform by themselves.

·          Communicates with parents regarding their children’s educational progress via periodic written progress reports.

·          Acts as a case coordinator for assigned students; consults with community care-givers, school support professionals, and parents to better understand and meet student needs.

·          All other duties as assigned.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 10 months, with salary to be established on the North Carolina State Salary Schedule.

Qualifications:

·          Degree in special education, and certification in at least one area of disability as a teacher by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

·          Certification in the area of Autism preferred.

Knowledge, Abilities, Skills:

·          Ability to constantly monitor the safety and well- being of students, particularly when student is participating in an inclusive activity.

·          Ability to motivate students.

·          Ability to maintain a clean and orderly environment.

·          Ability to perform general clerical duties.

·          Ability to maintain order and discipline in a classroom.

·          Ability to operate common office machines.

·          Ability to maintain basic files and records.

·          Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.

·          Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships as necessitates by work assignments.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

·          Must be able to frequently lift and carry up to 100 pounds.

·          Must be able to occasionally push and/or pull up to 100 pounds.

·          Must be able to occasionally perform the following: crawling, kneeling, crouching, stooping, grasping, bending, handling, balancing, and reaching.

·          Must be able to move, transfer, handle, change and lift students as needed.

NOTE: The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.

For additional information about the position, contact the principal, Ms. Shelby Hunt, hunts@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-693-9161, or the Director of Exceptional Children, Dr. Michael Allen, 919-693-4613 x 101269, allenm@gcs.k12.nc.us.  
 
 

Location: West Oxford Elementary School

Status: Itinerant – 10 Month

Beginning Date: March 4, 2013

Job Summary: Utilizing leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, school-based speech-language pathologists provide prevention, assessment, and remediation services for students who exhibit difficulties in the areas of language, speech, voice, and fluency. These services are designed to help children meet their educational goals.

Terms of Employment: 10 months, with salary to be established by the North Carolina State Salary Schedule.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Organizes a program that addresses local school speech-language goals.
  • Works cooperatively with school personnel to accomplish the goals and objectives of the local education agency.
  • Coordinates speech-language services with student services provided by other school personnel.
  • Maintains records of the speech-language program and prepares periodic reports as required.
  • Adheres to established rules, regulations, laws and appropriate ethical standards.
  • Conducts speech, language and hearing screenings.
  • Administers formal and informal (ongoing & curriculum-based) assessments.
  • Obtains additional diagnostic information from appropriate persons and available records for speech-language purposes.
  • Analyzes and interprets information to make recommendations regarding the need for speech-language services.
  • Provides appropriate information on an informal or formal basis regarding speech, language and hearing programs.
  • Supervises undergraduate interns, paraprofessionals, volunteers and other professionals (as appropriate).
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of North Carolina Standard Course of Study in management of communicative disorders.
  • Collaborates/consults with classroom teachers in the management of speech-language disorders.
  • Plans evidence-based interventions appropriate for individual students and groups of students.
  • Uses evidence-based methods and techniques appropriate to stated objectives.
  • Manages the facilities, materials and equipment, including assistive technology, necessary to the delivery of services.
  • Adjusts intervention strategies based upon student performance.
  • Promotes effective interpersonal relations with students.
  • Completes procedural documentation appropriately.
  • Demonstrates knowledge and use o statewide testing procedures.
  • Abides by professional code of ethics.
  • Develops appropriate IEP’s based on students’ strengths and needs.
  • Demonstrates awareness of professional performance in due process matters and litigious environments.
  • Manages time efficiently.
  • Engages in continuing education and professional growth activities related to speech-language-hearing and education.
  • Provides consultation to parents, teacher and other appropriate school personnel.
  • Seeks the assistance of teachers, parents and others to meet the communication needs of the students.
  • Consults/communicates with non-school agencies to enhance services.
  • Makes recommendations and referrals for audiological/medical and related services.  
  • All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

·         Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.

·         Passing Score on a competency test approved by the NC Board of Examiners for Speech and Language Pathologists and Audiologists.

·         Registration with the NC Board of Examiners for Speech and Language Pathologists by a supervising speech-language pathologist who is licensed by the NC Board of Examiners for Speech and Language Pathologists and Audiologist.

For additional information about the position, contact the principal, Dr. Melody Wilson, 919-693-9161, wilsonm@gcs.k12.nc.us, or the Director of Exceptional Children, Dr. Michael Allen, 919-693-4613 x 101269, allenm@gcs.k12.nc.us.

 
 
Math Teacher
 
 
High School Math Teacher- (328020)

Location:  Granville Magnet School

Status: 10 Month
 
Beginning Date:  July 9, 2014
 
N.C. Certification required.  For additional information about the position, please contact Mr. Bill Massey, masseywc@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-690-2317.
 
 
High School Math Teacher- (705052)

Location:  South Granville High School of Integrated Technology & Leadership

Status: 10 Month
 
Beginning Date:  September 10, 2013
 
N.C. Certification required.  For additional information about the position, please contact the principal, Ms. Kathy Fuerst, fuerstk@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-528-5533.
 
 
Mechanic
 
 

Location:  Granville County Schools Bus Garage

Application Deadline:  May 7, 2014 
 
Job Summary:  An employee in this class performs complex duties in the operation, repair and maintenance of the vehicles in the school transportation program. Most work is performed based on prior experience. The employee is expected to resolve problems of medium difficulty with little assistance while others may be referred to a supervisor. Most errors may be expected to be resolved by the employee. The employee receives general supervision and work is occasionally reviewed while in progress.

Terms of Employment:  12 months, with salary to be determined by State Salary Schedule.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Diagnoses minor and frequently occurring mechanical problems.
Installs shock absorbers.
Rotates, aligns, and balances wheels.
Repairs and replaces damaged vehicle body parts.
Test electrical systems and makes necessary repairs.
Repairs carburetors, ignition systems, and electrical components.
Checks and repairs doors and lifts.
Removes, replaces and reassembles transmissions; Clutches; fuel, oil, and water pumps; generators and other
parts of the engine and suspension system.
Performs general maintenance as needed.
All other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Considerable knowledge of school bus and vehicles operation and maintenance.
Considerable knowledge of the operating principles of internal combustion engines.
Considerable knowledge of the methods of adjusting and repairing the electrical and generating systems of
automotive equipment.
Skill to perform manual tasks associated with engine maintenance, tire replacement, and vehicle body repair.
Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Ability to physically perform most repairs.
Sufficient education and experience to demonstrate possession of the needed knowledge and abilities.

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to occasionally lift and/or carry up to and over 100 pounds.
Must be able to occasionally push or pull up to and over 100 pounds.
Must be able to occasionally perform the following: climbing, crawling, work while standing on ladders, kneeling, crouching, overhead lifting, stooping, fine manipulation, bending, handling, balancing, and reaching.
Must be able to repetitively use both hands.
Must be able to sit, stand, walk and drive as needed.

Special Requirements:

Appropriate North Carolina driver’s license for the weight and type of vehicles operated as required by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Note: 

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.
Adjusts timing mechanism, replaces and sets points and plugs, and refaces valves.
 
For additional information about the position, please contact Mr. Harry Wilkins, Transportation Crew Lead, 919-693-6412, wilkinsht@gcs.k12.nc.us.
 
 
Music Teacher

Music Teacher (364004)

Location: Stovall-Shaw Elementary School

Status: Full Time

N.C. Certification Required. Beginning Date: March 3, 2014. For additional information about the position contact the principal, Mrs. Amy Rice, 919-693-3478, ricea@gcs.k12.nc.us.

 
  
Non-Faculty Coach

 
Girls' Soccer Coach (322137)

Location:
Granville Central High School

Status: Sporting Season

Application Deadline: Until Filled

For additional information about the position contact the Principal, Mr. Brian Mathis, mathisb@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-528-5530.

 
Tennis Coach (322132)

Location:
Granville Central High School

Status: Sporting Season

Application Deadline: Until Filled

For additional information about the position contact the Principal, Mr. Brian Mathis, mathisb@gcs.k12.nc.us, 919-528-5530.

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