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ESU 4 Employment

Educational Service Unit 4, which serves five counties in Southeast Nebraska, announces the following professional opportunities. Please be sure to scroll through this page to view all available positions.


Substitute Positions

ESU 4 and NCECBVI have immediate openings for substitute paraprofessionals, substitute residential assistants, and substitute teachers. To be considered for a substitute teacher position, you will need to provide a current copy of your Nebraska Teaching Certificate. For both positions, you will be required to submit documents for a background check and verify your employment eligibility. You may fill out the application online or through a pdf application. You may also print either application. Please call the ESU 4 Main Office (402.274.4354 ext. 102) or the NCECBVI main phone number (800.826.4355) with any questions regarding our substitute positions.


Facility Maintenance Worker - NCECBVI - Nebraska City, NE

ESU 4, representing school districts in Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties, is accepting applications for a Facility Maintenance Worker at the NCECBVI location in Nebraska City. ESU 4 offers an outstanding salary and benefit package. For more information regarding this position, please contact Sally Schreiner. View the complete job description.

Minimum Requirements:

  • High School Diploma
  • Variety of experience and training with maintenance related responsibilities
  • Valid Nebraska driver's license with the ability to drive to meet the requirements of the job.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilitites:

  • Knowledge of tools, equipment, vehicles, materials, and methods used in skilled trades to address all facility and grounds maintenance; facility operations; and basic technology for documentation and communication.
  • Basic skills related to maintenance, problem-solving, time management, organization, and communication; self-motivated and self-starter who demonstrates strong initiative; and cooperatively works with others as a team player
  • Ability to operate a personal computer for communication and operation of certain facility systems; physical ability to lift; be flexible in various work environment settings (indoors and outdoors) and in work hours as required to fulfill duties.
  • Completion of required training including:  State of Nebraska Defensive Driving Course; Pupil Transportation Courses and Permits (small vehicle and school minibus); Blindness Basics Course (online); and State of Nebraska maintenance trainings as requested.
  • Represent the Nebraska Center for the Education of Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired in a professional manner in dress, attitude, and actions.

The primary function of this position will be to perform skills and routine duties to maintain all buildings, equipment, and grounds of the NCECBVI campus. Applications will be open until the position is filled. Please send a request to access the application form. Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to:

Sally Schreiner, Campus Administrator
NCECBVI
824 10th Avenue
Nebraska City, NE 68410
800.826.4355


Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher

ESU 4, representing school districts in Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties, is accepting applications for a Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher. ESU 4 offers an outstanding salary and benefit package. For more information regarding this position, please contact Ellen Stokebrand. View the complete job description.

Requirements:

  • BS/BA in Deaf Education
  • Strong written and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills in a dynamic work environment.
  • Valid Nebraska driver's license with the ability to drive to meet the requirements of the job.
  • Masters degree in Education with Speech Pathology or Masters degree in Speech Pathology.
  • Valid Nebraska Teachers Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s).

Essential Functions:

  • Work as a team member with ESU 4 and school district staff.
  • Attend local and regional meetings/trainings related to role and responsibility.
  • Support ESU 4's mission and vision.
  • Plan and provide instruction for students who are deaf and hard of hearing. Sessions may be held in the classroom or an alternate site.
  • Observe, record, and measure the performance of students in consultation with SLP, language resource or resource teacher.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Consult with classroom teachers.
  • Participate in professional workshops and staff development opportunities for program development and professional growth.

Applications will be open until the position is filled. Please send a request to access the application form. Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to:

Ellen Stokebrand, Director of Special Education
Educational Service Unit 4
PO Box 310
Auburn, NE 68305
402.274.4354 (ext. 109)


School Psychologist/School Psychologist Intern

ESU 4, representing school districts in Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties, is accepting applications for a School Psychologist/School Psychologist Intern. ESU 4 offers an outstanding salary and benefit package. For more information regarding this position, please contact Ellen Stokebrand. View the complete job description.

Requirements:

  • Effective interpersonal and presentation skills.
  • Flexibility to work nontraditional hours when necessary.
  • Strong written and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills in a dynamic work environment.
  • Specialist degree in Psychology.
  • Valid Nebraska Teaching Certificate with appropriate endorsement in School Psychology.
  • Valid Nebraska driver's license with the ability to drive to meet the requirements of the job.

Essential Functions:

  • Work as a team member with ESU 4 and school district staff.
  • Attend local and regional meetings/trainings related to role and responsibility.
  • Support ESU 4's mission and vision.
  • Comply with procedures and guidelines of Nebraska Rule 51 and IDEA.
  • Provide comprehensive evaluations of individual students with psychological instruments.
  • Participate in the MDT process in the determination of eligibility and appropriate assignment of pupils for special education purposes.
  • Assist in re-evaluating students and, if requested, the programs success in meeting the needs of all students.
  • Serve in a conslutative capacity to school personnel regarding psychological implications of special education education practices and curriculum.
  • Develop and maintain contact with community agencies and specialists in order to insure that community and school resources complement one another.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Maintains, organizes, and secures accurate and appropriate educational and professional records.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Applications will be open until the position is filled. Please send a request to access the application form. Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to:

Ellen Stokebrand, Director of Special Education
Educational Service Unit 4
PO Box 310
Auburn, NE 68305
402.274.4354 (ext. 109)

 

 

 


Educational Service Unit 4 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, martial status, disability, or age in admission or access to, or treatment of employment, in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding complaints, grievance procedures or the application of these policies of nondiscrimination: Gregg Robke, Administrator | Educational Service Unit 4 | 919 16th Street | Auburn, NE 68305 | 402-274-4354
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