Job Opportunities

District Wide Openings

Note: Click on a job title to learn more about the position.

Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Building Substitutes

3.0 FTE Elementary 

2.0 FTE Secondary

$42,546
Teacher Aides

Teacher Aide positions throughout the district

$14.75 per hour
School Monitors

School Monitor for studyhalls and hallways

$14.50 per hour
Teaching Assistants

Full and part-time Teaching Assistants

$15.50 per hour
Per-Diem Substitute Teacher

Newark CSD is seeking reliable and conscientious daily substitute teachers for both the elementary and secondary levels.  Work as a substitute teacher in a variety of school buildings; implement daily lesson plans with fidelity; develop a rapport with students that fosters academic engagement and appropriate behavior in a culturally responsive manner.  Prior teaching experience is not required.

$120/day- Certified; $105/day- Uncertified
Food Service Helpers

Full and part-time food service helper positions

$14.00 per hour
Special Education Teacher- Secondary

Probationary Special Education Teachers at the Secondary Level:

* Prepare lessons that align to the NYS learning standards

* Effectively plan, teach, and assess lessons designed to meet the needs of individual students and the NYS learning standards

* Differentiate instruction to meet the individual needs of each student, as outlined in their IEPs and individual needs 

* Create an organized classroom with clear expectations and procedures

* Analyze various points of data and modify instructional goals that promote the highest level of student learning  

* Participate in student meetings with Newark staff and family members

* Communicate regularly with family members, keeping them informed of their child’s progress  

* Performing such other duties as may be assigned by the Building Principal as deemed necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of the position.

$43,731 Plus Masters and Grad hours stipends
School Psychologist

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:      

 

* Ability to collaborate and consult with educational team members, parents, and component districts to create a safe and supportive learning environment     

* Evaluate students to determine current functioning, strengths and needs-using that data to create a supportive environment at school and strengthens the home school connection, using current, valid and reliable assessment tools

* Collaborate with educational team members, parents, and staff to identify environmental factors that may be impacting learning         

* Work with team members and building personnel to provide targeted interventions to teach social, emotional or behavioral regulation

* Provide group and/or individual counseling using evidence-based interventions to address the diverse needs of students

* Gather data, through observations, records review, phone conversations with professionals outside of the school setting, to identify level of functioning for students, strengths and needs to achieving social emotional balance.

* Communicate with community-based providers to continue support for students at home

* Maintain knowledge of skills related to trauma, illness and grief, and provide crisis intervention for students and/or staff members as needed    

* Reevaluations and Initial Evaluations of students

* Creating Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans.         

* Performing such other duties as may be assigned by the Building Principal as deemed necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of the position.

 

43,731 plus Grad hours and Masters stipends
Counselor, Social Worker, or Psychologist

Probationary positions:

* High level of knowledge of research-based instructional strategies and NYS standards

* Ability to assess students using multiple modalities of assessment and analyze data to inform instruction

 * Ability to establish and maintain a professional rapport with other teachers and staff in classroom

* Ability to work alongside colleagues

 * Appropriate NYSED Certification

 

 

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:      

* Prepare lessons that align to the NYS learning standards

 * Effectively plan, teach, and assess lessons designed to meet the needs of individual students and the NYS learning standards 

 * Modify lessons and counseling approaches to meet the needs of individual students     

* Create an organized counseling space to effective work with students                                 

* Provide services as directed for students with IEPs    

* Track progress toward IEP goals and report to students, parents, and teachers                       

* Analyze various points of data and modify instructional goals that promote the highest level of student acheivement      

* Participate in student meetings with Newark staff and family members and the CSE                

* Communicate regularly with family members, keeping them informed of their child’s progress          

* Performing such other duties as may be assigned by the Building Principal as deemed necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of the position.

$43,731 Plus Masters and Grad hours stipends
Assistant Principal- Secondary

Goal: To assist the principal in the general management of the school to ensure that students receive the best possible education and services with the resources available and the school is a positive, safe, healthy and productive place to learn.

PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Assistant Principal will focus on the administration and supervision of the secondary school program. Collaboratively work with various stakeholders to problem solve and create structures that lead to a positive school learning environment and school improvement.  Foster strong relationships with students, staff, and parents are essential.

EXPECTED RESULTS:

  • Maintain an effective learning climate in the school.
  • Coordinates and supervises the day-to day student management procedures in the school including related record keeping and referral systems.
  • Enforces discipline as necessary in accordance with the district code of conduct and incorporates restorative justice principals.
  • Implements disciplinary policies through student, parent and staff conferences.
  • Assists the principal in providing for the safety and security of students, personnel, building and grounds and assists with the supervision of the school security.
  • Works with teachers, mental health professionals and other school staff and with public agencies to support students and address matters relating to the guidance and welfare of students.  
  • Works cooperatively with various members of the administration and building staff in addressing building and or district issues.
  • Plans and supervises activities and programs with building staff which are outgrowths of the school’s curriculum such as: plays, concerts, assemblies, student council, field trips.
  • Supervises the maintenance of accurate records and reports to parents on the progress and attendance of students.  
  • Directs, supervises and evaluates teachers, clerical staff and paraprofessionals.
  • Prepares required reports and maintains complete and accurate records of the entire school program.
  • Assists the principal in observing and evaluating the performance of the instructional and support staff and completes required documentation.
  • Coordinates the schedule of all students, instructional and support staff.
  • Acts as the principal in the absence of the principal.
  • Performs related duties that may be assigned by the school principal, Superintendent of Schools or their designee.
to commensurate with experience

The Newark Central School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age.  Further, Newark Central School District does not discriminate on the basis of religion or creed, sexual orientation, military status, genetic status, marital status, domestic violence victim status, criminal arrest or conviction record, or any other bias prohibited by state or federal non-discrimination laws.