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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Esthetics Instructor03282024

Location:
Erie 1 BOCES
Cheektowaga, NY

 

Part-Time Evenings

The Esthetics Instructor would instruct students in the evening Esthetics program. The Esthetics Instructor applies their knowledge and incorporates those skills into teaching the students the theory and hands-on skills required to apply and pass the New York State Board exam.

$31/hr
Teacher, Electrical Systems 0124-00170124-0017

Locations:     
Erie 1 BOCES
Career and Technical Education
Potter Career and Technical Center
West Seneca, NY 14224

Annual Salary:   
$46,138 to $55,856 Base salary is commensurate with experience

PLUS $1750 Masters Degree Stipend

Generous Benefits package including but not limited to: Employment - Erie 1 BOCES

  • Paid annual Holidays

  • Generous Paid Personal/Sick time

  • Premium Health and Dental plans (E1B pays 85%)

  • Medical Insurance waiver allowance

  • Life insurance at NO cost to you

  • FSA plan

  • Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • NYS Retirement System

  • 403b AND 457 retirement plans

Hours:        
7:15 AM - 2:45 PM

General Responsibilities:

  1. Teaches career and technical skills and knowledge and skills to prepare students for the world of work or post-secondary education.
  2. Instructs pupils in citizenship, basic communication skills, in accordance with New York State Learning Standards, general elements of the course of study, as specified in state law, administrative regulations and procedures of the school district.
  3. Participates in planning and developing goals, objectives, curricula, and reports.
  4. Develops lesson plans and organizes class time so that preparation, instruction, shop work, and cleanup activities can be accomplished with the allotted time.
  5. Demonstrates career and technical materials, equipment, tools, and processes using standard or teacher-prepared models, mock-ups, sketches, and other instructional aids.
  6. Guides pupils in selection and performance of appropriate activities.
  7. Provides individual and group instruction appropriate to the needs of the pupil(s) and the requirements of the activities being performed.
  8. Instructs pupils in the appropriate safety precautions and the safe operation and use of tools, machinery, and equipment.
  9. Assists in the control, storage, maintenance, and use of materials and property to prevent loss or abuse.
  10. Establishes and maintains standards of classroom pupil conduct to provide an orderly, safe, and productive environment.
  11. Collaborates with academic teachers to integrate academic coursework into career and technical curriculum.
  12. Establishes contact with the business community to maintain industry standards and provide students with internship opportunities.
  13. Communicates with employers, parents, and school counselors on individual pupil progress as the need arises.
  14. Identifies pupil needs, and cooperates with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve attitude and learning problems.
  15. Provides encouragement for continuation of formal education and assistance to pupils in employment awareness skills through development and maintenance of student portfolios.
  16. Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom program related activities during the assigned working day.
  17. Attends faculty meetings and works with Career and Technical Education Program Advisory Committee on the development and implementation of specific career and technical education programs.
  18. May share in the sponsorship of student activities and club activities.
  19. Coordinate work schedules and clinical sites with participating facilities where training is done, for example, hospitals.
  20. Assesses each pupil's performance, knowledge, and skills and prepares progress reports and grades.
  21. Maintains accurate and complete student records.
  22. Researches and maintains bid specifications. Selects and requisitions books, instructional aids, equipment, tools, materials, supplies, and parts as required, working under an established budget and procedures.
$46,138 - $55,856
Teacher, General Special Education 1223-00091223-0009

FOUR VACANCIES AVAILABLE AT:

Erie 1 BOCES
Special Education Services
Winchester Academy
West Seneca, NY

AND

Northtowns Academy
Tonawanda, NY 

 

Annual Salary:   
$46,138 to $55,856 Base salary is commensurate with experience and certification

Master's Degree Stipend add $1750 

Exceptional package including but not limited to:  Employment - Erie 1 BOCES

  • Paid annual Holidays
  • Generous Paid Personal/Sick time
  • Generous Paid vacation days
  • Premium Health and Dental plans (E1B pays 85%)
  • Medical Insurance waiver allowance
  • Life insurance at NO cost to you
  • FSA plan
  • Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • NYS Retirement System
  • 403b AND 457 retirement plans

Hours:        
7:15 AM - 2:45 PM

General Responsibilities:

This position will be responsible for maintaining the structured classroom environment. This position will work with students to ensure they complete assignments from their classes while participating in an in-school suspension.

1. Assesses students, both informally and formally, in order to provide an individualized classroom program.

2. Design plans and appropriate activities to reach individual pupils IEP.

3. Provides an individualized education program for students with disabilities consistent with New York State Common Core Learning Standards and the program's goals and requirements.

4. Establishes a classroom environment that provides for the student's social/emotional and behavioral needs as well as academic needs, including specific systems of motivation for students.

5. Assists and counsels students in making realistic assessments of their abilities in establishing educational and/or career goals.

6. Keeps attendance records and other reports/records pertinent to the program.

7. Provides, when warranted, continuous consultation and/or management outside the classroom with appropriate personnel.

8. Provides assistance to students with general education class assignments.

9. Assists in screening, evaluating, and recommending placement of students in the school's program.

10. Work cooperatively with regular classroom teachers and staff who have students with disabilities interpreting their abilities, disabilities, and meeting the individual needs of the students.

11. Assists other professional staff members in identifying, recommending, and resolving psychological or disciplinary actions unique to the student.

12. Confers frequently with parents, professional staff members, building level administrators, and supervisors regarding the students' educational, social/emotional, psychological, behavioral, and intellectual potential.

13. When appropriate, coordinates, and supervises work experience and on-campus job training programs involving students with disabilities.

14. Participate, when appropriate, in continuous professional growth and development related to the field of teaching and/or specific area(s) of expertise.

15. Supervises Teacher Aide.

$46,138 - $55,856
Teacher of the Visually Impaired 0923-00090923-0009

Locations:     
Erie 1 BOCES
Special Education Services

E1B Education Campus
West Seneca, NY


Assignment:
Itinerant

Annual Salary:
$46,138 to $55,856 Based on certification and experience*

Benefits Package: Employment - Erie 1 BOCES

Hours:        
7:15 AM - 2:45 PM


Provide vision services based on students' IEP mandates. Complete re-evaluations and evaluations as needed. Work collaboratively with the education team to ensure the students' needs are being addressed. Complete required documentation, case notes, annual reviews, session logs and session plans.

Specific Duties:

1. Assesses students, both informally and formally, in order to provide an individualized classroom program.

2. Designs plans and appropriate activities to reach individual pupil IE.P.'s.

3. Provides an individualized education program for visually impaired students consistent with state education mandates and the program's goals and requirements.

4. Establishes a classroom environment that provides for the student's social/emotional and behavioral needs as well as academic needs including specific systems of motivation to students.

5. Assists and counsels’ students in making realistic assessments of their abilities in establishing educational and/or career goals.

6. Keeps attendance records and other reports/records pertinent to the program.

7. Provides, when warranted, continuous consultation and/or management outside of the classroom to appropriate personnel.

8. Provides assistance to students with regular class assignments.

9. Assists in screening, evaluating, and recommending placement of students in the school's program.

10. Works cooperatively with regular classroom teachers and staff who have students with disabilities interpreting their abilities, disabilities, and meeting the individual needs of the student.

11. Assists other professional staff members in identifying, recommending, and resolving psychological or disciplinary actions unique to the student.

12. Confers frequently with parents, professional staff members, building level social/emotional, psychological, behavioral, and intellectual potential.

13. When appropriate, coordinates and supervises work experience and on-campus job training programs involving students with disabilities.

14. Participates, when appropriate, in continuous professional growth and development related to the field of teaching and/or specific area(s) of expertise.

$46,138 to $55,856
Teacher, Special Education Mathematics 0523-00270523-0027

Location:     
Erie 1 BOCES
Alternative Education 
EDGE Academy
Cheektowaga, NY

Annual Salary:
$46,138 to $55,856 *Base Salary range varies and is commensurate with experience under the CBA

Master's Degree Stipend is an additional $1750 

Exceptional benefits package Employment - Erie 1 BOCES

  • 15 Paid Holidays 
  • Generous Paid Personal/Sick time
  • Generous Paid vacation days
  • Premium Health and Dental plans (E1B pays 85% of the monthly premium)
  • Life insurance at NO cost to you
  • FSA plan 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 
  • NYS Retirement 
  • 403b AND 457 retirement plans
  • Supportive, inclusive, and collaborative work environment
  • Career development 
  • Growth opportunities are endless!

Hours:        
7:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Are you a teaching professional that desires a career in an environment that encourages professional growth, allows you the flexibility to achieve your goals and supports them along the way to ensure they reach their fullest potential? 

Look no further...

E1B is dedicated to the core values of exceptional service, innovation, and integrity and remain resolute in providing community-engaged educational experiences that support all students, families, and our partners in education across the WNY community. 

Help us make a difference! 

Job Responsibilities:
To provide students with high school regents mathematics courses and to develop a cultural literacy necessary for a competitive adult life. To maintain each student in the alternative school setting. To see each student exit the program with a diploma in hand or return successfully to his/her home school.

Specific Duties:
1. Provide instruction in an appropriate academic area.

2. Provide remediation as necessary.

3. Prepare lesson plans and make optimum use of class time to meet stated objectives.

4. Evaluate each pupil's performance, knowledge, and skills in the academic area of responsibility.

5. Identify pupil needs, and collaborate with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve attitude and learning problems.

6. Meet with students in small group setting to discuss school, social and personal concerns.

7. Communicate with parents on individual pupil progress or other areas of concern.

8. Join with other staff members in meeting with parents and students at regularly scheduled grade reporting meetings.

9. Maintain accurate and complete student records.

10. Guide pupils in selection and performance of appropriate activities.

11. Aid in establishing and maintaining standards of pupil conduct to provide an orderly, safe, and productive environment.

12. Provide encouragement for continuation of formal education and assistance in employment awareness skills.

13. Supervise pupils in/out of classroom program related activities during the day.

14. Assist in the storage, maintenance and use of materials and property.

15. Requisition books, instructional aids, equipment, tools, supplies as required.

16. Attend faculty meetings and participate in advisory committee meetings as requested.

17. Maintain professional growth by participating in workshops, conferences, and advanced coursework as appropriate.

18. Participate in planning and developing program goals, objectives, curricula, and methods as requested.

19. Complete all the required paperwork.

Per EPEA CBA*
Home Hospital Instructor/Tutor07312023

Erie 1 BOCES
Alternative Education
 

Day and Evening hours available- you choose! Create your teaching schedule.

Monday - Friday

 

 

$36/hr
Teacher, ELA/Special Education 0623-00070623-0007

Location:              
Erie 1 BOCES
Special Education Services
EDGE Academy
Cheektowaga, NY 14215

Annual Salary:      
$46,138 to $55,856 *Base Salary range varies and is commensurate with experience under the CBA

Master's Degree Stipend is an additional $1750 

Benefits Package: Employment - Erie 1 BOCES

  • Paid annual Holidays

  • Generous Paid Personal/Sick time/Vacation time

  • Premium Health and Dental plans (E1B pays 85%)

  • Medical Insurance waiver allowance

  • Life insurance at NO cost to you

  • FSA plan

  • Employee Centric work environment

  • Fun events for employees to enjoy.

  • Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • NYS Retirement System

  • 403b AND 457 retirement plans

  • Unlimited opportunities for growth and professional development 

  • and so much more...

Hours:                   
7:30 AM – 2:45 PM

Help us make a difference! 

E1B is dedicated to the core values of exceptional service, innovation, and integrity and remains resolute in providing community-engaged educational experiences that support all students, families, and our partners in education across the WNY community. 

Job Responsibilities:
To teach ELA for HS regents bound special education class. To develop knowledge and skills in the assigned content area necessary for a competitive adult life. To maintain each student in an educational setting. To see each student exit the program with a diploma in hand or return successfully to his/her home school.

 

Specific Duties:
1. Provide instruction in an appropriate academic area.
2. Provide remediation as necessary.
3. Prepare lesson plans and make optimum use of class time to meet stated objectives.
4. Evaluate each pupil's performance, knowledge, and skills in the academic area of responsibility.
5. Identify pupil needs and collaborate with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve behavioral and learning problems.
6. Participate in the development, implementation and progress monitoring of student IEPs as assigned.
7. Meet with students in small group setting to discuss school, social and personal concerns.
8. Communicate with parents on individual pupil progress or other areas of concern.
9. Join with other staff members in meeting with parents and students at regularly scheduled grade reporting or other relevant meetings.
10. Maintain accurate and complete student records.
11. Guide pupils in selection and performance of appropriate activities.
12. Aid in establishing and maintaining standards of pupil conduct to provide an orderly, safe, and productive environment.
13. Provide encouragement for continuation of formal education and assistance in employment awareness skills.
14. Supervise pupils in/out of classroom program related activities during the day.
15. Assist in the storage, maintenance and use of materials and property.
16. Requisition books, instructional aids, equipment, tools, supplies as required.
17. Attend faculty meetings and participate in advisory committee meetings as requested.
18. Maintain professional growth by participating in workshops, conferences, and advanced coursework as appropriate.
19. Participate in planning and developing Program goals, objectives, curricula, and methods as requested.
20. Complete all required paperwork.

 

Per EPEA CBA*
Teacher, Special Education Social Studies 0523-00350523-0035

Location:     
Erie 1 BOCES
Special Education
EDGE Academy
Cheektowaga, NY

Annual Salary:   
$46,138 to $55,856 Base Salary is commensurate with experience/ Per EPEA CBA*  

Master's Degree Stipend an additional $1750 

 Exceptional package including but not limited to:  Employment - Erie 1 BOCES

  • Paid annual Holidays

  • Generous Paid Personal/Sick time/Vacation time

  • Premium Health and Dental plans (E1B pays 85%)

  • Medical Insurance waiver allowance

  • Life insurance at NO cost to you

  • FSA plan

  • Employee Centric work environment

  • Fun events for employees to enjoy.

  • Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • NYS Retirement System

  • 403b AND 457 retirement plans

  • Unlimited opportunities for growth and professional development 

  • and so much more..

Hours:        
7:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Are you a professional that desires a career in an environment that encourages professional growth, allows you the flexibility to obtain your goals and supports them along the way to ensure they reach their fullest potential? 

Look no further...

E1B is dedicated to the core values of exceptional service, innovation, and integrity and remain resolute in providing community-engaged educational experiences that support all students, families, and our partners in education across the WNY community. 

Help us make a difference! 

Job Responsibilities:

To Teach HS Regents Social Studies in a self-contained special class setting. To provide students with disabilities with a program that will enable them to reach their fullest physical, social-emotional, psychological, behavioral, and intellectual potential.

Specific Duties:
1. Assesses students, both informally and formally, in order to provide an individualized classroom program.

2. Design plans and appropriate activities to reach individual pupils IEP

3. Provides an individualized education program for students with disabilities consistent with New York State Common Core Learning Standards and the program's goals and requirements.

4. Establishes a classroom environment that provides for the student's social/emotional and behavioral needs as well as academic needs including specific systems of motivation to students.

5. Assists and counsels students in making realistic assessments of their abilities in establishing educational and/or career goals.

6. Keeps attendance records and other reports/records pertinent to the program.

7. Provides, when warranted, continuous consultation and/or management outside the classroom to appropriate personnel.

8. Provides assistance to students with general education class assignments.

9. Assists in screening, evaluating, and recommending placement of students in the school's program.

10. Work cooperatively with regular classroom teachers and staff who have students with disabilities interpreting their abilities, disabilities, and meeting the individual needs of the students.

11. Assists other professional staff members in identifying, recommending, and resolving psychological or disciplinary actions unique to the student.

12. Confers frequently with parents, professional staff members, building level administrators, and supervisors regarding the students educational, social/emotional, psychological, behavioral, and intellectual potential.

13. When appropriate, coordinates, and supervises work experience and on-campus job-training programs involving students with disabilities.

14. Participate when appropriate, in continuous professional growth and development related to the field of teaching and/or specific area(s) of expertise.

15. Supervises Teacher Aide.

Per EPEA CBA*

Staff Notice of Nondiscrimination

Erie 1 BOCES 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, Erie 1 BOCES 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 basis prohibited by state or federal non-discrimination laws.

Inquiries regarding Erie 1 BOCES’ non-discrimination policies and grievance procedures should be directed to:

Eileen Fleming or to the:
Director of Human Resources
(Civil Rights Compliance Officer & Title IX Coordinator)
355 Harlem Road
West Seneca, NY 14224
(716) 821-7006

Erie 1 BOCES policies, procedures, and forms regarding non-discrimination are available below: