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LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST 2018-2019 Anticipated Openings

2018-2019 ANTICIPATED OPENINGS
Application
Date Posted Work Year Base Salary Deadline
As per SOMEA
April 25, 2018 10 months Agreement Open Until Filled
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 1, 2018Elementary Teachers Music Teachers Elementary Teachers ? LR Health/Phys. Ed./Dance Teachers Elementary Special Education Teachers World Language/ELL Teachers Elementary Special Education Teachers ? LR LDTC Secondary Math Teachers Library Media Specialists Secondary English/Language Arts Teachers School Psychologists Secondary Science Teachers School Social Workers Secondary Social Studies Teachers School Social Workers (Non-CST) Secondary Special Education Teachers SAC Preschool Inclusion Teachers School Nurse Art Teachers School Counselor Drama Teachers Speech/Language Specialists Leave Replacements Teachers of:
Math, Science, English/Language Arts, Social Studies, Art, Health/Phys. Ed., Music &
World Language/ELL
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
Appropriate NJ Certification required.
Meets NJ standards for HQT in the subject matter.
Demonstrated knowledge in content area.
Previous teaching experience at grade level preferred.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Required criminal history background check and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.
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JOB DESCRIPTION
POSITION TITLE SCHOOL LIBRARIAN / EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SPECIALIST
MINIMUM
QUALIFICATIONS
NJ Educational Media Specialist or School Library Media Specialist certification
Masters in Library & Information Science/Educational Media from an accredited university
Knowledge of use of technology as retrieval and instructional tool
Strong interpersonal and communications skills
Required criminal history background check
Proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status
REPORTS TO Director of Educational Media & Technology and Building Principal
JOB GOAL(S)
The school educational media specialist has the responsibility of implementing the Information Technology Curriculum and administering the program and media center to help support, enrich, and accomplish the educational goals of the school district.
JOB RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY Supervise paraprofessionals, student assistants and volunteers. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
1.
Encourage reading and lifelong learning by stimulating interests and fostering competencies in the effective use of ideas and information.
2.
Applies expertise in the selection of all materials/resources (print, non-print, electronic and online), which includes the evaluation, selection, and acquisition of resources in terms of the criteria established to meet the needs of the instructional/curricular, developmental, and individual interests of students.
3.
Models and promotes collaborative planning with classroom teachers in order to teach concepts and skills of information processes integrated with classroom content.
4. Works with teachers and administrators in the design and implementation of curriculum, integrating library/media information technology services, skills, and materials with classroom teaching programs.
5. Designs and implements instruction that engages students' interest, passions, and needs which drive their learning.
6.
Administers the library media program in order to support the mission of the district and school through assessment and analysis of collections, policies, procedures and operations.
7.
Demonstrates awareness of current trends in library information instructional technology and applies them as appropriate.
8.
Participates in appropriate building, department and district meetings. 9.
Assists with development and administration of the center's budget. 10.
Schedules and manages the library/media information technology center's operation including OPAC use and at the secondary level the use of library computer labs. 11.
Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Director of Educational Media & Technology and/or the building Principal or designee.
WORKING RELATIONSHIPS To maintain effective relationships with administrators,
OF THE POSITION faculty and other department members.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT 10 Months
Salary as per SOMEA Agreement



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