• Carlisle Public Schools - Job Opportunities

      

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    All employees are required to submit to a national fingerprint-based criminal background check in addition to a CORI and SORI check.


    Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP)

    Carlisle Public School is seeking a full-time Speech and Language Pathologist for the 24-25 school year.

     JOB GOAL:  Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) identify, assess, and provide individualized and evidence-based interventions to students with speech, language, and communication disorders. The SLP facilitates and enhances students' communication skills, ensuring they can effectively participate in classroom activities, engage socially, and achieve academic success. This goal is achieved through collaboration with other special and general education professionals as well as parents, contributing to a supportive and inclusive school environment that fosters each student's overall self-esteem and well-being.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    -Licensed by the Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure – Speech Language Pathologist (Required)

    -DESE Teacher certification - Teacher of Students with Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders

    -Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

    -Possession of a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology (Required)

    REPORTS TO:  Director of Student Support Services

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    -Conduct comprehensive assessments of students' speech, language, and communication abilities that are well-written and insightful and include helpful recommendations for students in PS-grade 8.

    -Develop and implement individualized therapy plans based on assessment results and students' unique needs.

    -Provide direct speech and language therapy to students individually or in small groups.

    -Monitor and document students' progress, adjusting interventions as necessary to ensure effective outcomes.

    -Collaborate with other SLPs, special education staff, classroom teachers, and other professionals to integrate speech and language goals and support the generalization of skills.

    -Participate in Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings, contributing to the development of a student’s IEP, including but not limited to including measurable goals and objectives based on current progress data.

    -Educate and train parents, teachers, and other staff members on strategies to support students' communication skills in various settings.

    -Maintain accurate and timely records, including assessment reports, therapy notes, and progress reports.

    -Stay current with best practices and developments in the field of speech-language pathology through ongoing professional development.Stay current regarding a variety of appropriate and targeted speech-language diagnostic assessments for screenings and evaluations.

    -Strong Technological Skills:  Google and Microsoft products, Augmented Communication Devices and Software, and web-based sites such as Boardmaker and ESPED.

    -Foster a positive and inclusive learning environment that supports all students' academic, social, and emotional growth.

    If interested, please apply through School Spring - Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)

    RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) for Elementary

    Carlisle Public School is seeking RBTs to work collaboratively with our BCBA and classroom staff to support elementary students on IEPs.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    -Bachelors degree preferred

    -Prior experience working with students with disabilities

    -Training or coursework in special education preferred and/or ABA instruction

    -Previous or current RBT certification

    -Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Director of Student Support Services may deem appropriate and acceptable

    REPORTS TO:  Director of Student Support Services

    JOB GOAL:  Elementary RBT paraprofessionals collaborate closely with special education faculty and classroom teachers to provide essential emotional, physical, and instructional support, fostering effective student progress. Additionally, the paraprofessional assists in implementing IEP goals, collecting performance data, and executing behavior plans. Job duties are diverse and tailored to meet the unique needs of each student, ensuring a positive and inclusive learning environment.

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    (Under the direction and supervision of licensed educators who design instruction.)

    -Provide academic support and direct instruction to students in a 1-1 or small group setting to meet IEP goals/objectives.

    -Assist teachers/therapists with the implementation of appropriate curriculum, lessons, alternate assessments, and modifications for children with special needs.

    -Implement positive behavior management techniques and/or individual behavior support plans during individual small group instruction and/or within the general education setting.

    -Collect and share data as requested by the BCBA or Special Educator.

    -When requested, attend planning meetings, in-service workshops/training, team meetings, and parent-teacher conferences.

    -Adapt curriculum materials to meet individual student needs and IEP goals/objectives.

    -Monitor and facilitate student participation in general education classroom activities and peer interactions.

    -Consult with teachers, special educators, and therapists around designated students on a regular basis to discuss student progress and support and carry over classroom and therapy goals and strategies.

    -Maintain knowledge and understanding of current IEPs.

    -Maintain and use adaptive equipment and materials when applicable.

    -Supervise students with disabilities outside of regular class times, including but not limited to the transition from and to transportation, lunch, recess, field trips, assemblies, emergency drills, and hallway passing.

    -Given training by a Registered Nurse and/or training videos, the teaching assistant will use an EpiPen.

    -Provide students with disabilities with necessary support while fostering and facilitating increased independence.

    -All teaching staff are expected to maintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism.

    -Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of Student Support Services.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    -Ability to: use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls, see (including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus), hear and speak; e.g., computer, calculator, telephone.

    -Requires good physical condition in order to support lifting, positioning, and transitioning students, as needed, according to caseload/classroom assignment.  Demands for lifting may be up to 50 pounds.

    EVALUATION:  Performance evaluation is conducted annually by the Director of Student Support Services, with input from the BCBA, and other faculty.

    If interested, please apply through School Spring - RBT (Registered Behavior Technician)


    Elementary Paraprofessional (Aide)

    Carlisle Public Schools is seeking a paraprofessional to work collaboratively with special and general education faculty to support elementary students who have IEPs and are integrated within our general education classrooms.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    -Associates or Bachelors degree preferred

    -Prior experience working with students with disabilities

    -Training or coursework in special education preferred

    -Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Director of Student Support Services may find appropriate and acceptable

    REPORTS TO:  Director of Student Support Services

    JOB GOAL:  The goal of the elementary paraprofessional is to collaborate closely with special education faculty and classroom teachers to support all students, including those with disabilities that impact their education. The paraprofessional provides essential emotional, physical, and instructional support to promote effective student progress. Additionally, the paraprofessional assists in implementing IEP goals and collecting performance data. Job duties are diverse and tailored to meet the unique needs of each student, ensuring a positive and inclusive learning environment.

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    (Under the direction and supervision of licensed educators who design instruction.)

    -Provide academic support and direct instruction to students in 1-1 and small group and classroom settings to meet IEP goals/objectives.

    -Assist teachers with the implementation of appropriate curriculum, lessons, alternate assessments, and modifications for children with special needs.

    -Provide supervision of the classrooms during times in which the general educator is required to be elsewhere in the building.

    -Attend planning meetings, in-service workshops/training, team meetings, and parent-teacher conferences when requested by the Program Administrator.

    -Monitor and facilitate student participation in general education classroom activities and peer interactions.

    -Consult with teachers, special educators, and therapists around designated students on a regular basis to discuss student progress and to support and carry over classroom and therapy goals and strategies.

    -Maintain knowledge and understanding of current IEPs of assigned student/s and collect data as requested.

    -Supervise students with disabilities outside of regular class times, including but not limited to the transition from and to transportation, lunch, recess, field trips, assemblies, emergency drills, and hallway passing.

    -Given training by a Registered Nurse and/or training videos, the teaching assistant will use an EpiPen.

    -Provide all classroom students with helpful support while fostering and facilitating increasing independence.

    -Maintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism expected of the teaching staff.

    -Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of Student Support Services.

    EVALUATION:  The Director of Student Support Services conducts performance evaluations annually, with input from the Special and General Education faculty.

    If interested, please apply through School Spring - Elementary Paraprofessional (Aide)


     

    CUSTODIAN

    The Carlisle Public School is seeking a year-round full-time custodian. Carlisle School District serves approximately 600 students and is conveniently located 6 miles from Billerica. This is an hourly position that offers health insurance and benefits. Must be flexible to work some weekend shifts with additional pay incentives.

    We are currently seeking a reliable, responsible custodians to help maintain and care for our facilities. The ideal candidate would be a person who is careful and thorough in his/her work with great care and an eye for detail. If you are reliable, focused, committed to building upkeep, and have great physical stamina, we want to hear from you.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    •Keeps building and premises, including sidewalks and driveways, neat and clean at all times;
    •Shovels, plows, and/or sands snow/ice on walks, driveways, and elsewhere, as directed;
    •Maintains a healthy, safe, and secure building;
    •Sweeps/vacuums halls and dusts furniture and horizontal surfaces;
    •Swabs, mops, and disinfects toilet floors daily, and cleans all sanitary fixtures, sinks, and drinking fountains daily;
    •Keeps the grounds and offices free of rubbish;
    •Lifts, carries, or moves furniture, supplies, or equipment within the building as required;
    •Performs other tasks as determined by the Facility Director.

     If interested, please apply through School Spring - Custodian


    Daily Substitute Teachers

    Carlisle Public Schools seeks daily substitute teachers for elementary and middle school.  If interested, please contact Elementary Principal Dennet Sidell at dsidell@carlisle.k12.ma.us.