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Employment

The Wolcott Public Schools Human Resources Department is committed to recruiting, hiring, and supporting the most qualified and dedicated employees to serve the students of Wolcott.

All employees must contribute to a supportive environment in which each student is educated to his/her highest level of academic potential and each student develops the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for productive citizenship, including a personally rewarding quality of life, appreciation of heritage, and commitment to the ideals of democracy.

To apply for a position within Wolcott Public Schools, please complete the online application process.  Only applications submitted via the online application process will be accepted.

APPLICATION PROCESS

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Volunteers

Volunteers are essential to the success of Wolcott Public Schools. To volunteer within district, one must complete a Volunteer Application and be fingerprinted to comply with current legislation, which promotes the safety and well-being of all students. Please join us by volunteering today!
Fingerprinting Process and Volunteer Form

 


Long Term Substitute School Counselor

ANTICIPATED ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCY
09/15/2017
 

The Wolcott Board of Education is accepting applications for the following positions:

Title:               Long Term Substitute School Counselor

(068 Certification Required)

Location:        Wolcott High School Guidance Department

Date:               End of September/Early October

Rate:              Per Sub Policy

Benefits:          Per Sub Policy

Closing:           September 21, 2017                    

Internal Candidates:  Please send letter of interest and copy of certification to Megan Patchkofsky at mpatchkofsky@wolcottps.org.

External Candidates:  Please visit our website at www.wolcottps.org to apply online


CASA Project Director

Wolcott Citizens Against Substance Abuse

Job Title: Project Director for Drug Free Communities Grant 

Responsibilities (may include but not limited to the following):

·         Participate in and assist in facilitation of local Coalition meetings

·         Build relationships with representatives and members from all twelve community sectors

·         Manage project budget and produce budget reports to the funder

·         Oversees program implementation by all sector members to ensure coordination and collaboration and completion of the coalition action plan

·         Oversee the project evaluator and ensure regular evaluation feedback is utilized to adjust and refine coalition activities to maximize outcomes

·         Build relationships with representatives and members from all twelve community sectors

·         Facilitate collaboration between sector members and the Coalition to accomplish the Coalition strategic plan

·         Weave the five steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework – Assessment, Capacity Building, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation – into all Coalition and sector member prevention activities.  Ensures ongoing assessment and capacity building activities as well as periodic plan reviews.  Monitors and supports all Coalition activity implementation and works closely with the project evaluator to ensure evaluation activities and feedback to the Coalition

·         Responsible for all data collection and reporting

·         Develops training materials

·         Provides presentations to the Coalition and the general public on issues related to youth substance abuse prevention.

·         Attend trainings, workshops, statewide and national conferences relevant to position

Supervision:

The Project Director position is supervised by the Coalition Chairperson and by the fiduciary agent

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Must work easily with many types of people in various positions, including community leaders.
  • Experience in networking, building consensus, and accepting direction from various diverse groups, while assisting to direct a coalition in accomplishing its mission.  
  • Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgments.
  • Knowledge of grant funding policies and procedures and applicable local, state, federal regulations
  • Experience in and knowledge of evidence-based substance abuse prevention practices, community approaches to prevention, and coordinating diverse groups in accomplishing a unified plan of action. 
  • Experience in working with the  Drug Free Communities Grant preferred but not required.
  • Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities
  • Minimum Master’s Degree in related field with 2 years’ experience in health related field

Travel: 

Travel to at least two national conferences required, all travel, lodging & food expenses are paid by the coalition. Travel within the town to meet with our twelve sector partners.  Occasional in-state workshops and conferences may also be required. 

Job Type:

Part-time (30 hours per week) with potential for Full-time.  Some evenings and weekends (Minimum of 2 evenings per month)

Salary:$45,000 - $52,000

Closing date:  September 30, 2017

Please email cover letter and resume to: katie812@sbcglobal.net


Ongoing Recruitment

The District has a high need for the following jobs and accepts rolling applications:

CERTIFIED TUTORS

 

The Wolcott Board of Education is seeking individuals who are interested in the position of TUTOR for home bound students throughout the year.  The pay rate is $37.50 per hour.

Substitute Teacher

Substitute Nurse

Substitute Secretary 

Substitute Paraprofessional

Substitute Food Service Worker

Click Here to Apply