Currently hiring substitute teachers; some industrial experience preferred. Teaching certificate not required. Send letter of interest, application, resume, and Act 34, Act 151, and FBI clearances to:
Greene County CTC
60 Zimmerman Drive
Waynesburg, PA 26508
You may obtain application and clearances at the following locations:
- Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance Forms (Act 151):
- PA Criminal Record Check (Act 34):
- Federal (FBI) Criminal History
- Standard Teaching Application for PA Public Schools
The Greene County Career and Technology Center has an opening for a Learning Support Facilitator to work with high school aged students. The potential candidate must have a Special Education Professional Certificate, specializing in grades K-12 or 7-12 from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or be able to obtain such a certificate within the time allotted by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Industry experience is a plus. Must provide or obtain Act 34, 151 and 114 clearances prior to employment, complete the Standard Teaching Application and three (3) professional references.
Qualifications and Responsibilities to include (but not limited to) the following:
- Ensure and promote student success through effective provision of support services using current and research based instructional techniques and applied behavior analysis to students with disabilities enrolled in mainstream program areas.
- Work cooperatively with mainstream staff, using problem solving and team teaching techniques in assigned program areas and to assist with implementation of adaptations and Specially Designed Instruction outlined in IEP's and 504 service agreements, including providing professional development to staff regarding Special Education matters.
- Manage and coordinate necessary special education documents in an effective manner as directed by administration.
- Administer assessments (tests/quizzes) and assist with assignments in resource areas when required.
- Provide representation from GCCTC to present information concerning programs, enrollment, and progress, by participating in IEP and other conferences concerning special education students when directed.