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To apply for a school-based Educational Support Personnel position, candidates must submit an application online at https://www.cps-humancapital.org/app/App.aspx Candidates applying for Central Office and Area positions should continue to follow the instructions as outlined below: Letter of application should contain the following information in the upper right hand corner: E-Bulletin Number of position posting (Ex: Bulletin 108), position title, name of the department, applicants name noted on all submitted documents, current work location, home address, and daytime telephone number. Submit letter of application and a resume to: Rsum Intake Mailbox, Office of Human Capital 125 South Clark Street, 2nd Floor Chicago, Illinois 60603 (or GSR #125). Initial screening of applicants will be based on the contents of letters of application and resumes.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: by 5:00 p.m. of the close of the Business Day of August 10, 2011 for all positions.
Staffing will be consistent with the Plan forIntegration of Faculties and established personnel policies and procedures of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago. If this position is closed or eliminated or if the employee is relieved of his or her duties in this position for any reason other than good cause, the Chicago Public Schools will accept application from the employee for another position appropriate with the employees certification/qualifications. It is the policy of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability or sex. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX of the Education of Amendments of 1972 and the regulations promulgated there under concerning sex discrimination should be referred to the Title IX Officer, Chicago Public Schools, 125 South Clark, Chicago, IL, 773-5532688 (TTY-773-553-2699).

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ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS BULLETIN NO: 610 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 How to Apply for an Administrative Position Posted To apply, candidates must submit their resume, cover letter with the required application information and materials as outlined in the Administrative Position Information. Title Senior Manager - CTE Strategy, Planning, & Enrollment Location Chicago Public Schools Office of College and Career Preparation 125 S. Clark Street Chicago, IL 60603 Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Position Grade Senior Manager, Salary Band 8 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 52 weeks Salary Minimum: $95,100 Midpoint: $114,600 Maximum: $136,000 Position Summary Purpose or Summary Statement of Primary Duties and Responsibilities of Position Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Chicago Public Schools (CPS) is at the cutting edge of CTE efforts across the nation. With a mission of preparing students for college and career success, CPS CTE initiated in 2009 a multi-year plan to significantly upgrade the quality of programming offered to our ~23K students across ~60 high schools citywide. With successful outcomes following the first year of strategy implementation and a number of groundbreaking initiatives in motion, CTE has received local, state, and national recognition for the work being done on behalf of CPS high school students. Core responsibilities of this position include oversight of the CTE citywide magnet admissions process in collaboration with the Office of Academic Enhancement, developing and driving CTEs marketing strategy to ensure strong program enrollment, supervising efforts to build and implement performance data tools to drive stronger student achievement and program outcomes, leading annual program portfolio recommendations including program expansion and phase-out decisions, ensuring compliance with Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) guidelines,
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supporting school efforts to recruit CTE teachers, and development and implementation of a communications strategy to ensure department-wide alignment and collaboration in communication with school staff. Direct reports to this position include 3 Managers, 1 Senior Analyst, and 1 Coordinator. This position reports to the CTE Director. Because of the strategic nature of these responsibilities, this Senior Manager will provide support to all aspects of the CTE department as needed, in addition to leading a range of critical CTE strategic initiatives. Key Responsibilities 1. Represent CTE director as needed in addressing high-priority internal and external affairs (e.g., school openings and closures involving CTE programs, district policy recommendations and board actions related to CTE, engagement with city and state agencies, relationship management with foundations). Provide support to CTE Director and all CTE team members as needed (program management, curriculum and instruction, partnership development, business operations, etc.) 2. Lead planning and execution of annual CTE program portfolio changes, including program expansion and closure recommendations based on a broad range of decision criteria. 3. Oversee development of innovative data tools and conduct regular program evaluation to drive program/ student improvement and inform portfolio decisions (e.g., program scorecards, early warning system). 4. Supervise CTE magnet citywide admissions process (eventually for 20K+ seats), in partnership with Office of Academic Enhancement. 5. Develop and implement CTE marketing/outreach strategy in partnership with CTE Academy Coordination Manager, with goal of driving strong student enrollment in CTE programs. 6. Develop and oversee CTE department communications plan, ensuring comprehensive, timely, and aligned communications to diverse range of stakeholders (e.g., teachers, principals, chief area officers) throughout the school year and summer, including CTE updates/material on Office of College and Career Preparation website. 7. Support teacher credential enhancement initiatives, ensuring compliance with Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and CPS requirements, and collaborating with local businesses, CPS Labor Relations, and Chicago Teachers Union to ensure CTE teacher credential requirements are aligned with current industry standards. 8. Support CTE teacher recruiting efforts to fill CTE teacher vacancies on ongoing basis. 9. Oversee the Advanced Arts Education Program at Gallery 37 including budget, facilities, technology, staff development, strategic planning, marketing, and admissions. 10. Lead planning and execution of additional CTE strategic initiatives as needed. 11. Develop and monitor budgets for own and direct reports activities. Support department-wide budget planning. 12. Provide direct supervision of 5 team members, providing leadership,
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motivation, coaching, and collaboration in the planning and implementation of all team responsibilities. 13. Serve as active member of CTE department leadership team, engaging in efforts such as strategy setting, performance management, and team building. Support efforts to drive cross-departmental collaboration. Qualifications Skills: 1. Project planning and strategic planning capabilities, including the ability to establish long-term vision and goals, and the ability to align and manage activities toward execution of identified goals. 2. Strong leadership and team-building skills, i.e., ability to develop high per forming teams united around a clear vision for serving schools and achieving student success. 3. Self-starter with ability to conduct multiple projects concurrently, both independently and as a member of a collaborative team. 4. Ability to build trusting relationships and function effectively at the school level, central office level, and with executive-level external partners in business, postsecondary, and government. 5. Ability to define problems, analyze data, and outline valid conclusions and action steps. 6. Willingness to learn and adapt in the midst of new and shifting priorities with a cando, solutions-oriented approach to problem solving. 7. Development-oriented mindset; reflective, self-aware, and driven to learn from setbacks. 8. Exceptional written, verbal, organizational, and technology skills. 9. Strong program management skills including program planning, implementation and review/ evaluation. 10. Possess a track record of success as demonstrated by superior academic and professional achievement. 11. Some knowledge of CTE including employment trends and/or educational best practices preferred. Type of Experience and Number of Years: Required: Seven or more years of professional experience. Preferred: Three or more years of direct supervisory experience managing teams. Experience in a large organization, driving complex projects requiring significant crossfunctional collaboration. Experience in Career and Technical Education (CTE), teaching and/or administrative. Type of Education Required: Required: Bachelors degree in education, social sciences, business, public policy, or related field. Preferred: Masters degree.
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BULLETIN NO: 611 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Professional IV, Student Assignment Location Office of Academic Enhancement 125 South Clark Street, 4th Floor/Adams St. Chicago, IL 60603 (773) 553-20600 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade A06 Budget Classification 10885-324-52100-119034-538011 Position Period 52-week Salary Minimum annual salary is: $ 63,800, Maximum: $89,300 Position Summary: The Office of Academic Enhancement is seeking an experienced computer programmer. This person will be part of the Student Assignment Team, whose responsibilities include implementing a fair and transparent method of assigning students to schools that promotes access and equity to all students in the district. Primary responsibilities include programming in statistical software, data analysis and reporting. Key Responsibilities: 1. Write code to automate verification and qualification status of applicants to the Chicago Public Schools selective enrollment and magnet schools and programs. 2. Conduct extensive quality control checks for student assignment processes. 3. Assist OAE personnel in analyzing and interpreting data. 4. Summarize findings for student assignment team, program administrators and others requesting support. 5. Manage data for student assignment including, but not limited to, cleaning and preparing data files for lotteries, grant requirements, audits, external requests, and new schools and programs. 6. Produce ARC GIS maps and geo-coded files necessary for student assignment procedures. 7. Interpret and communicate data results in a user-friendly format. Qualifications Highly proficient in software applications including SAS and/or SPSS, as well as extensive experience managing and analyzing large, complex datasets. Experience with data systems used by the Chicago Public Schools is a plus. Strong written and verbal communication. Strong mapping skills with ARC GIS.

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Type of Education Required: This position requires a degree from an accredited institution in computer science or a related field. An advanced degree is preferred. BULLETIN NO: 612 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Director of JROTC (Senior Manager) Location Area 26 Office 3519 South Giles Avenue Chicago, IL 60653 Position Number 245456 Position Value 1.00 Position Grade A08 Budget Classification 05261-115-51100-221218-000000 Position Period 52 WEEK POSITION Salary Min: $95,100, Mid:$114,600, Max: $136,000 Position Summary The Director of JROTC is responsible for overseeing the operations of multiple JROTC units in CPS. This includes but is not limited to the following: Manage day-to-day activities of the Department of JROTC staff including management and oversight of the military academies and JROTC programs. Prepare, monitor, and execute the annual Department of JROTC and the annual Armed Forces budgets for supply items furnished to the Board for JROTC programs. Establish property accountability for $2.8 million of U.S. government property in accordance with the U.S. Army supply procedures. Conduct school visits to evaluate instruction, co-curricular activities, and provide regulatory compliance. Supervise military instruction and curriculum development at CPS military academies and in the general JROTC programs. Recruit, select, assign, supervise, evaluate, reassign and discipline all JROTC instructors, supervisory and administrative personnel within the Department of JROTC. Direct and supervise the activities of the Department of JROTC and warehouse personnel and 10,000 square foot warehouse facility. Qualifications Certified JROTC Instructor Bachelors Degree 20 years minimum military service Rank of LTC or above 2 years JROTC instruction experience
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BULLETIN NO: 613 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title College and Career Coach (Professional II) Location Office of College and Career Preparation 125 South Clark Street Chicago, Illinois 60603 Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Positions Position Grade PII (salary band 4) Budget Classification TBD Position Period 12 months Salary Minimum: $41,700 Midpoint: $50,000 Maximum: $58,400 Position Summary: With dual reporting to the school principal and the Office College and Career Preparation (OCCP) / College and Career Specialists and Coaches department, the College & Career Coach will have responsibility for managing the college and career preparation strategy and activities within his or her designated high school, as well as monitoring and managing to OCCP and College and Career Coaches key performance indicators. The Coach will implement strategies that prepare Chicago Position Summary: Public School students for postsecondary opportunities (college and career) by providing direct service to every grade level using a set of curricular and enrichment strategies delivered through the domains of awareness, readiness, access and success. Principal Accountabilities A. Direct School Support: Spearhead and support College and Career exploration and awareness activities Educate students on comprehensive set of college and career options through college & career exploration activities. Facilitate meetings between college representatives and students Serve as school-level point person for district-wide exploration and awareness activities. Establish and oversee school-based college and career resource centers includes scheduling, publicizing open hours (office hours), events. B. Spearhead and support College and Career readiness activities Coordinate Work-Based Learning (WBL) activities with counselors, teachers, students, Partnership Development Team, Central Office. Support supplementary soft skill workshops. Identify and connect students to enrichment activities (e.g., Summer Quest TREO).

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C. Collaborate with Counseling and Postsecondary Team to conduct ongoing college access workshops and coordinate college access activities for all grade levels that advises students about college and career opportunities Meet with students individually and in groups to discuss individual college and career choices and college and career access activities. Drive financial aid access activities school-wide. Drive scholarship activities school-wide. Working with counseling team to track applications and maintain records on seniors, including GPA's and transcripts. 2. Marketing and Outreach A. Facilitate parent outreach Keep parents, students and staff informed through regular communication (i.e. newsletter for parents, letters/emails/phone calls about test dates, application deadlines, college events, and financial aid). Conduct and/or coordinate college and career informational presentations for parents. Educate students and parents about career exploration and choice as well as colleges, the college admissions process, trends, procedures. 3. Support Whats Next Illinois (WNI) Implementation and Usage Conduct comprehensive workshops preparing students for Whats Next IL completion. Monitor WNI utilization at school level. 4. Teamwork and Integration Participate in ongoing coach and counselor integrated support strategies using the American School Counselors (ASCA) implementation plan. Participate in scheduled school planning sessions to develop key tools and strategies that promote the departments work. Attend monthly DCCP Coach professional development meetings. Qualifications for Job: College graduate from an accredited college or university with a minimum bachelors degree in related field, supplemented by three years of relevant postsecondary practice in college and career placement or preparation; higher education or student services. Candidate must be bilingual. A candidate fluent in and knowledgeable of multiple languages and cultures strongly preferred. Candidate must also have access to or posses a car, valid drivers license, and availability to work occasional evenings and weekends. Qualifications Skills and abilities: Candidate possesses the knowledge, principals and practices of academic and career development; must maintain the ability to establish effective working relationship with students, parents and school personnel as well as representatives from universities, businesses, government and community-based organization.
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Be proficient in Windows Operating System and MS Office; strong internet skills; ability to develop and maintain partnership; ability to maintain good relationships; must be a team player. Experience and Education Required: Possess a BA degree with 3-4 year s of youth development and/or community development, and programming experiences.

BULLETIN NO: 614 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Management Consultant (Professional V) Location Office of Performance Management 125 South Clark Street Chicago, Illinois 60603 Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Position Grade Salary Band 7 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 12 Months Salary Minimum: $78,700 Midpoint: $94,800, Maximum: $111,000 Position Summary: This is a re-advertisement. Previous applicants need not reapply. OVERVIEW The Performance Management Team is responsible for: Creating and implementing a management-focused process that ensures that decisions are based on empirical evidence about what supports schools and students Institutionalizing a performance-based culture at CPS Project managing large-scale projects to improve policies, processes and procedures Ensuring fact-based accountability at program, employee, manager level Developing outcome-based metrics for what matters Assisting in the creation of data systems (as required) to capture critical information. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Functions as a member of the Performance Management team by consulting with executive and senior staff, and individuals across the District in identifying issues and developing policy and operational solutions. Identifies internal and external best practices and creative solutions that can be applied to CPS operations. Serves as a liaison to individual departments and areas in analyzing performance metrics, developing strategies, and executing and tracking solutions.
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Works with departments/areas to develop and analyze meaningful performance metrics. Provides ongoing oversight and support to ensure that measures are being used to effectively manage operations, identify and manage risks and effect institutional change. Manages high priority projects as identified by the CEO and the Performance Management team. Leads overall project definition, solution identification and implementation. Coordinates teams across multiple departments, including at CPS headquarters, schools and other CPS locations. Establishes measures to determine the success of projects and ensures that all targets and requirements are met. Reports project status and issues to project oversight committees and/or CPS leadership as appropriate. Qualifications Bachelors degree and relevant work experience required; Masters degree a plus Strong analytical abilities and problem solving skills. Strong oral and written communication skills; capable of effectively communicating with a variety of audiences. Intense intellectual curiosity and desire to get to the root cause. Team player comfortable working with a variety of people and capable of leading a group towards a common goal. Able to successfully navigate between advocate and fact finder. Flexible and comfortable working on a variety of assignments at a given time. Able to balance competing priorities and deadlines. Willingness to travel frequently to schools and other CPS locations. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel; familiarity with Access and statistical analysis software a plus. Prior project management experience and/or experience in education preferred.

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BULLETIN NO: 615 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title College and Career Coach (Professional II) Location Office of College and Career Preparation 125 South Clark Street Chicago, Illinois 60603 Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Position Position Grade Salary band 4 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 12 months Salary Minimum: $41,700 Midpoint: $50,000 Maximum: $58,400 Position Summary: With dual reporting to the school principal and the Office College and Career Preparation (OCCP) / College and Career Specialists and Coaches department, the College & Career Coach will have responsibility for managing the college and career preparation strategy and activities within his or her designated high school, as well as monitoring and managing to OCCP and College and Career Coaches key performance indicators. The Coach will implement strategies that prepare Chicago Public School students for postsecondary opportunities (college and career) by providing direct service to every grade level using a set of curricular and enrichment strategies delivered through the domains of awareness, readiness, access and success. Principal Accountabilities a. Direct School Support: Spearhead and support College and Career exploration and awareness activities Educate students on comprehensive set of college and career options through college & career exploration activities. Facilitate meetings between college representatives and students Serve as school-level point person for district-wide exploration and awareness activities. b. Establish and oversee school-based college and career resource centers includes scheduling, publicizing open hours (office hours), events. Spearhead and support College and Career readiness activities Coordinate Work-Based Learning (WBL) activities with counselors, teachers, students, Partnership Development Team, Central Office. Support supplementary soft skill workshops. Identify and connect students to enrichment activities (e.g., Summer Quest, TREO). Position Summary c. Collaborate with Counseling and Postsecondary Team to conduct ongoing college access workshops and coordinate college access activities for all grade levels that advises students about college and career opportunities
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Meet with students individually and in groups to discuss individual college and career choices and college and career access activities. Drive financial aid access activities school-wide. Drive scholarship activities school-wide. Working with counseling team to track applications and maintain records on seniors, including GPA's and transcripts. 1. Marketing and Outreach a. Facilitate parent outreach Keep parents, students and staff informed through regular communication (i.e. newsletter for parents, letters/emails/phone calls about test dates, application deadlines, college events, and financial aid). Conduct and/or coordinate college and career informational presentations for parents. Educate students and parents about career exploration and choice as well as colleges, the college admissions process, trends, procedures. 2. Support Whats Next Illinois (WNI) Implementation and Usage Conduct comprehensive workshops preparing students for Whats Next IL completion. Monitor WNI utilization at school level. 3. Teamwork and Integration Participate in ongoing coach and counselor integrated support strategies using the American School Counselors (ASCA) implementation plan. Participate in scheduled school planning sessions to develop key tools and strategies that promote the departments work. Attend monthly DCCP Coach professional development meetings. Qualifications for Job: College graduate from an accredited college or university with a minimum bachelors degree in related field, supplemented by three years of relevant postsecondary practice in college and career placement or preparation; higher education or student services. Candidate must also have access to or posses a car, valid drivers license, and availability to work occasional evenings and weekends kills and abilities: Candidate possesses the knowledge, principals and practices of academic and career development; must maintain the ability to establish effective working relationship with students, parents and school personnel as well as representatives from universities, businesses, government and community-based organization. Be proficient in Windows Operating System and MS Office; strong internet skills; ability to develop and maintain partnership; ability to maintain good relationships; must be a team player. Experience and Education Required: Possess a BA degree with 3-4 year s of youth development and/or community development, and programming experiences.

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ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION INFORMATION BULLETIN NO: 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS (04-0825-P02) All employees of the Chicago Public Schools must adhere to the Residency Policy for All Employees of the Board of Education, adopted by Board Action on August 25, 2004, Board Report Number 04-0825-P02. All officers and employees hired on or after the effective date of the residency policy November 20, 1996 will be required to be actual residents of the City of Chicago within six months from the day their employment begins. APPLICATION Letter of application should contain the following information in the upper right hand corner: E-Bulletin Number of position posting (Ex: Bulletin 108), position title, name of the department, applicants name noted on all submitted documents, current work location, home address, and daytime telephone number. Submit letter of application and a resume to: Rsum Intake Mailbox, Office of Human Capital, 125 South Clark Street, 2nd Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60603 (or GSR #125). Initial screening of applicants will be based on the contents of letters of application and resumes.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: by 5:00 p.m. of the close of the Business Day of August 10, 2011
STAFFING Staffing will be consistent with the Plan forIntegration of Faculties and established personnel policies and procedures of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago. If this position is closed or eliminated or if the employee is relieved of his or her duties in this position for any reason other than good cause, the Chicago Public Schools will accept application from the employee for another position appropriate with the employees certification/qualifications. It is the policy of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability or sex. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX of the Education of Amendments of 1972 and the regulations promulgated there under concerning sex discrimination should be referred to the Title IX Officer, Chicago Public Schools, 125 South Clark, Chicago, IL, 773-5532688 (TTY-773-553-2699).

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EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL POSITIONS BULLETIN NO: 616 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 How to Apply for an Educational Support Personnel Position Posted To apply, candidates must submit their resume, cover letter with the required application information and materials as outlined in the Educational Support Personnel Position Information. Title School Clerk I Location Austin Business and Entrepreneurship Academy 231 N. Pine Ave Chicago, Illinois 60644 773-534-6316 773-534-6267 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G09 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary: The minimum annual salary is: $38,939. Position Summary: Under the general direction of the school principal, performs any of several specialized clerical functions in a large public school facility, or performs a variety of responsible clerical functions in a small public school facility; and performs related duties as required. Other Information: Submit cover letter and resume via email: Wayne Issa, wkissa@cps.k12.il.us Candidates must commit to the following criteria: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Prepares and types a variety of original correspondence, memorandums, and reports using either a personal computer or typewriter, as directed by the school principal and/or the principals designee; opens, sorts, and distributes incoming mail and school correspondence; serves as a receptionist and greets and directs visitors to appropriate staff; schedules appointments for school administrators; receives and places telephone calls for school personnel; responds to inquiries from students, parents and guardians and the general public concerning school operations and activities; maintains attendance records of students and staff;
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processes and prepares payrolls for school personnel, both manually and by operating computerized timekeeping and payroll equipment; maintains enrollment records and processes student transfers; maintains student history records; prepares and processes requisitions for the procurement of supplies, instructional materials, furniture, and equipment; maintains and monitors the schools petty cash and internal account ledgers; issues checks and prepares money for deposits; receives and compiles periodic reports involving payrolls, pupil attendance and enrollment, various funds and account ledgers; compiles and forwards student transcripts to appropriate parties; may take and transcribe dictation; may operate personal computers utilizing spreadsheet, database, or other software applications. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Graduation from high school (or G.E.D. equivalent) supplemented by one year of clerical work experience, and the ability to type 45 words per minute with fewer than 10 errors; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. General knowledge of modern clerical office methods, practices, and procedures; knowledge of common office machines and equipment. Qualifications Ability to apply general clerical office methods, practices, and procedures; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to type proficiently; ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with school personnel, students, parents and guardians, and the general public; ability to operate personal computers utilizing word processing, spreadsheet, and database software is highly desirable. Good oral and written communication skills, good skill in basic mathematics, good interpersonal skills, good recordkeeping skills. Physical Requirements. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to ten (10) pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. BULLETIN NO: 617 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Special Education Classroom Assistant Location Belding Elementary School 4257 N. Tripp Chicago, IL 60641 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0
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Position Grade G04 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $28,589. Maximum $ TBD Position Summary Special Education Classroom Assistant CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS: Under the general direction of the school principal, and under the immediate supervision of a Special Education teacher holding a valid teaching certificate directly engaged in teaching subject matter or conducting activities, assists in the instruction of disabled students; and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assists Special Education teachers in elementary and high schools in reinforcing efforts with children with various disabilities, including physical disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, learning disabilities, behavior disorders, emotional impairments, and mental impairments in accordance with each students Individual Education Program (IEP); lifts and positions non-ambulatory students during the school day as instructed by the teacher and in adherence to written instruction from students personal physicians; provides one-on-one tutoring services for students to present or reinforce learning concepts; provides one-on-one personal hygiene services for students with severe disabilities, including toileting, changing soiled diapers, and cleaning soiled children regardless of age; assists students with orthopedic impairments by arranging and adjusting tools, work aids, and equipment used by students in classrooms, including but not limited to specially equipped worktables, positioning equipment, wheelchairs, tape recorders, computers, communication devices, and mechanized page turners; assists teacher in instructing students in daily living skills required for independent maintenance and economic self-sufficiency; accompanies students to swimming pools and medical clinics to assist in removing clothing and performing other personal services which students are unable to perform themselves; assists in feeding students unable to do so themselves; takes notes in classrooms for students unable to do so themselves; corrects homework assignments and examination materials; assists teachers in maintaining written records of students behavior; accompanies students and teachers on class field trips; attends and participates in workshops and in service training to update job related skills. MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: May utilize aggressive management techniques to physically restrain violent students, may administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) as directed by the teacher, may operate audio-visual equipment, may operate photocopying equipment.

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Qualifications Training and Experience. Completion of an Associates degree from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, or the successful completion of at least sixty (60) semester hours of college credit at a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, including at least one course in the characteristics of mental retardation and severe/profound disabilities, or the successful completion of a state approved paraprofessional assessment, supplemented by at least one year of work experience involving the care and supervision of children with disabilities. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Good knowledge of the characteristics of students with various disabilities, good knowledge of English grammar and spelling, good knowledge of basic mathematics. Ability to work with and for students with various disabilities, ages birth to twenty-one (21) years of age; ability to follow written and oral instructions and direction; ability to complete and maintain basic written reports. (Ability to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is highly desirable. Individuals who do not provide evidence of the completion of training in CPR at the time of initial employment in this class title will complete CPR training as a condition of employment.) Good oral and written communication skills, skill in the operation of photocopying and audio-visual equipment is highly desirable. Physical Requirements. Medium Work: Exerting up to fifty (50) pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to twenty (20) pounds of force frequently, and/or to ten (10) pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical demands include the ability to reach, handle, and finger objects; talk and hear; occasional use of near visual acuity and frequent use of far visual acuity. BULLETIN NO: 618 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Teacher Assistant II Location Reilly School Unit #25101 3650 W. School Street Chicago, Illinois 60618 - GSR # 29 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade GB2 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary: The minimum annual salary is: $27,646. for first year employee.

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Position Summary Characteristics of the Class: Under the general direction of the school principal, and under the immediate supervision of a teacher holding a valid state certificate directly engaged in teaching subject matter or conducting activities, assists in the instruction of English- and Spanish-speaking pupils; and performs related duties as required. Essential Functions: Assists pre-K students in understanding and completing classroom assignments, assists teachers in preparing bulletin boards and displaying students work in classrooms, operates photocopying and duplicating machines to reproduce educational materials, assists in maintaining the orderly arrangement of classrooms, greets and directs visitors to appropriate areas of the school, consults with teachers regarding concerns of individual students, operates audio-visual equipment such as video cassette recorders, movie projectors, film strip projectors, tape recorders, and phonographs; provides tutoring services to students under the supervision of the classroom teacher; assists in collecting and grading students homework assignments and examination materials under the supervision of the classroom teacher; assists in supervising the loading and unloading of students on school busses; assists in the receipt, processing, and issuance of new books under the supervision of the classroom teacher; collects daily classroom absentee reports and contacts English- and Spanishspeaking parents and guardians to verify causes of student absences; may assist elementary school teachers with wraps and toilet recesses as necessary. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree desired. The TA must possess excellent organizational and communication skills. Training and Experience: Completion of an Associates degree or higher from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, supplemented by at least one year of work experience involving the care and supervision of children. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill: Good knowledge of proper English grammar and spelling, basic knowledge of mathematics, knowledge of Chicago Public Schools rules and regulations. Ability to work with and for school-aged children, ability to follow written and oral instructions, ability to operate basic office equipment, ability to communicate effectively with the public. Good oral and written communication skills, good reading skills, skill in operating audio-visual equipment and personal computers is highly desirable. Bilingual Spanish candidate preferred.
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BULLETIN NO: 619 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Special Education Classroom Assistant Location Lafayette Elementary 2714 W. Augusta Chicago, IL 60622 Position Number Available Position Value 2.0 Position Grade G04 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $28,589. Position Summary: Previous Applicants Need not Apply Position Summary: Under the general direction of the school principal and under the supervision of the Principal and Special Education Teachers, the Special Education Classroom Assistant assists special needs students in and/or out of the classroom by providing 1-to-1 or small group assistance and accommodations in accordance with each students Individualized Education Plan. We are currently seeking SECA candidates. The candidate must: Work collaboratively with school nurse, case manager, and classroom teacher to provide physical and academic support to students. Duties and responsibilities include but not limited to: Personal care and toileting needs of student. Safety-mobility inside and outside of the classroom, ascending and descending of the stairs. Maintenance of adaptive devices and medical equipment. Willingness to be a team player. Excellent communication skills. Excellent attendance for student stability. Support of classroom routines. Assist and support students as directed by the Special Education and regular classroom teachers. Qualifications Certified teachers are encouraged to apply to gain experience in a professional learning community focused on capacity building. Minimum qualifications are: completion of an Associates degree from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting
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body, or the successful completion of at least sixty (60) semester hours of college credit at a college or university. Knowledge of the characteristics of students with various disabilities, mastery of English grammar and spelling, good knowledge of basic mathematics are required. Qualifications Preferred for this position: Bachelor degree minimum. Effective classroom management and knowledge of PBIS. Superior communication skills. Superior written, verbal, spelling and listening skills. Organizational skills. Compassionate and love of children. Willing to participate in professional development. Proficient with technology preferred. Able to work collaboratively with administration, students, parents Professional, organized, experience working with K-8 grade ELL students. Good oral and written communication in English. "Organizations that improve do so because they create and nurture agreement on what is worth achieving, and they set in motion the internal processes by which people progressively learn how to do what they need to do in order to achieve what is worthwhile." -Richard Elmore BULLETIN NO: 620 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Special Education Classroom Assistant Location Chappell Elementary School 2135 W. Foster Ave. Chicago, IL 60625 GSR #31 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G04 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $28,589. Position Summary Assists teacher to support special needs students. Lifts and positions non-ambulatory students as directed. Provides one-one tutoring for students to reinforce learning concepts. Provides personal hygiene support, including toileting.
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Helps maintain written records, supports classroom discipline and student supervision. Other tasks as assigned. Qualifications Completion of an Associates degree from a college or university or another regional accrediting body or the successful completion of at least 60 hours of college credit, including at least one course in the characteristics of special needs students or the successful completion of a state approved paraprofessional assessment, supplemented by at least one year of work experience involving the care and supervision of children with disabilities. Preference given to Spanish-speaking candidates.

BULLETIN NO: 621 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Instructor Assistant II Location Jordan Community School #22811 7414 N. Wolcott Ave. Chicago IL 60626 773-534-2220 773-534-2231 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade GB3 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $25,557. Position Summary Under supervision, assists teachers holding a valid state certificate in the instruction of pupils at schools, including schools involved in the Chicago Effective Schools Project; and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provides instruction related support services under the direction of teachers, provides support and assistance to the local school planning team, assists in the supervision of students during lunchroom and playground activities, participates and assists with the implementation of innovative education activities; assists in the implementation of in services for other staff, assists students in understanding and completing classroom assignments, greets and directs visitors to appropriate areas of the school, consults with teachers regarding problems concerns, and special interests of individual students and contacts parents and guardians after consultation with the teacher; operates audio-visual equipment such
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as video cassette recorders, movie projectors, film strip projectors, tape recorders, and phonographs; provides tutoring services to students under the supervision of the classroom teacher; assists in collecting and grading students homework assignments and examination materials under the supervision of the classroom teacher; collects daily classroom absentee reports and contacts parents and guardians to verify causes of student absences; may assist elementary school teachers with wraps and toilet recesses as necessary; may assist in the supervision of the school procedure to sell public transportation passes to students. Instructor Assistant II will assist primary grade teachers to support literacy instruction, work with individual students and small groups of students, and help assess and progress monitor students. Qualifications Training and Experience. Completion of an Associates degree or higher from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. General knowledge of the behavior patterns of school-aged children, knowledge of basic educational methods and techniques, working knowledge of proper English grammar and spelling, good knowledge of Chicago Public Schools rules and regulations. Ability to follow and confer written and oral instructions, ability to work with and for school-aged children, ability to maintain an orderly classroom environment. Good oral and written communication skills, good skill in basic arithmetic, demonstrated skill in working with school-aged children. Physical Requirements. Light Work: Exerting up to twenty (20) pounds of force occasionally, or up to ten (10) pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force frequently to move objects. Even though weight of force moved may be only a negligible amount, a position should be rated as Light Work (1) when it requires walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing or pulling of arm controls. Please Submit Applications to: Mr. Willie J. White, Principal

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BULLETIN NO: 622 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Technology Coordinator II Location School of Leadership @ South Shore Campus 7627 S. Constance Ave Chicago, IL 60649 - GSR #45 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade T11 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $ 48,979. Position Summary Under the supervision of the school principal or his/her designee, coordinates computer technology functions at a local school, including installation, troubleshooting, maintenance, and technical support, and performs related duties as required. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties of this position include, but are not limited to: Network and LAN Maintenance: Coordinates integration of the LAN (Local Area Network) with CPS WAN (Wide Area Network) Manages Proxy, Web, Video, E-mail, etc., servers Installs and maintains network software Creates user and assign rights Establishes and monitors storage management Implements and manages backup network Utilizes disaster recovery skills Implements and manages network security scheme Troubleshooting: Troubleshoots LAN Equipment Identifies and documents problems and contacts appropriate resources to resolve Issues Troubleshoots Equipment, including, but not limited to, printers, computers, Peripherals. Resolves software conflicts and other related issues Maintenance: Develops maintenance schedule Manages warrantee service Sets up and manages databases

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Technical Support: Provides basic troubleshooting workshops for teachers Trains teachers to be print managers Other Duties: Maintains supply inventory Monitors software and software licenses Maintains equipment inventory Meets regularly with school technology team Orders related supplies Stays current with trends in technology Qualifications Skills in providing technical support are highly desirable. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Must possess a High School diploma or GED equivalent, supplemented by at least one year of experience in network maintenance. Experience in installation of basic computer hardware components is required. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Skills in providing technical support are highly desirable. Good oral and written communication skills. Evening and weekend work may be required. Physical Requirements. Medium Work: Exerting twenty (20) to fifty (50) pounds of force occasionally, or ten (10) to fifteen (15) pounds of force frequently, or greater than negligible up to ten (10) pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical demands are in excess of those for Light Work. BULLETIN NO: 623 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title School Business Manager Location School of Leadership @ South Shore Campus 7627 S. Constance Ave Chicago, IL 60649 - GSR #45 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade T05 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 52 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $ 64,637.40

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Position Summary Under the direction of the principal, establishes and maintains the financial internal reporting system and oversees the general management of all financial and business matters for the school; and performs related duties as required. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Manages the schools' budget, petty cash fund, and internal accounts; oversees the issuance of checks and verifies the deposit of the school's and students' monies; manages the school's use of discretionary and categorical funds and prepares fund transfers for the Department of Management and Budget as needed; reviews and expedites the processing of all school purchase requisitions, purchase orders, and purchasing contracts; directs the preparation of position opening and closing forms to expedite requests to increase or decrease the number of positions needed at the school; assists the principal in training and monitoring of school personnel assisting in the performance of financial activities for the school; assists internal, state, and all other authorized auditors during audits of the school's budget, petty cash, and internal accounts records; serves as a liaison on matters related to the school's financial activities between the school and Chicago Public Schools' organizational units, local school council members, and all other organizations. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors degree in accounting, business administration, business management, public administration, or a related field of study, supplemented by at least four years of directly related financial/business management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. A Masters degree in accounting, business administration, business management, public administration, or a related field of study, is highly desirable. Knowledge, Abilities And Skill. Experience necessary and also experience in lAMS, Budget, Payroll, Oracle, Microsoft Excel, DS2 and any software related to the operation of the school. Thorough knowledge of the basic principles and practices of accounting, knowledge of the functions and activities of various government funded programs in the Chicago Public Schools. Ability to analyze financial transactions and records, ability to understand complex accounting procedures, ability to use sound judgment in evaluating situations and making decision, ability to operate personal computers using spreadsheet, word processing and database applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills, thorough interpersonal and organization skills, good presentation skills. Physical Requirements. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to ten (10) pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. A position is classified as Sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
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BULLETIN NO: 624 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Bus Aide Location Southside Occupational Academy H.S. 7342 S. Hoyne Ave. Chicago, Illinois 60636 Hiring process contact: Joshua Long Email cover letter and rsum to: jnlong@cps.edu No drop offs will be accepted Position Number TBD Position Value 20.0 Position Grade 130 Budget Classification TBD Position Period TBD Salary The hourly rate is $17.57 Position Summary Applicant will assist students riding on the school bus en route to and from the school; and perform related duties as required. Applicant will supervise students returning home from school on the bus. The applicant will assist students entering and exiting the school bus, lift students with physical disabilities on and off the bus, fasten various types of seat belts around the student as a precautionary measure, maintain order and discipline on the school bus and complete any and all related transportation forms required by central office, the bus company and the school. Qualifications Training and Experience: High school diploma or GED equivalent Willingness and ability to perform the essential functions of the job Previous experience in student transportation is desirable Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill: General knowledge of behavioral patterns of students with disabilities aged 16-22 years Ability to assist students in loading on and off the bus Ability to maintain an orderly environment on the bus Exemplary attendance record Ability to communicate with students, parents, community members, bus company employees, and school staff in a professional and respectful manner

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BULLETIN NO: 625 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Teacher Assistant II Location Howe School of Excellence 720 North Lorel Ave Chicago, IL. 60644 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade GB2 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $27,646. Maximum $ Position Summary Position Summary Support classroom instruction by working with students in small groups, one on one, and meeting expectations of the classroom teacher Characteristics of the Class: Under the general direction of the school principal, and under the immediate supervision of a teacher holding a valid state certificate directly engaged in teaching subject matter or conducting activities, assists in the instruction of English- and Spanish-speaking pupils; and performs related duties as required. Essential Functions: Assists pre-K students in understanding and completing classroom assignments, assists teachers in preparing bulletin boards and displaying students work in classrooms, operates photocopying and duplicating machines to reproduce educational materials, assists in maintaining the orderly arrangement of classrooms, greets and directs visitors to appropriate areas of the school, consults with teachers regarding concerns of individual students, operates audio-visual equipment such as video cassette recorders, movie projectors, film strip projectors, tape recorders, and phonographs; provides tutoring services to students under the Position Summary supervision of the classroom teacher; assists in collecting and grading students homework assignments and examination materials under the supervision of the classroom teacher; assists in supervising the loading and unloading of students on school busses; assists in the receipt, processing, and issuance of new books under the supervision of the classroom teacher; collects daily classroom absentee reports and contacts English- and Spanish-speaking parents and guardians to
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verify causes of student absences; may assist elementary school teachers with wraps and toilet recesses as necessary.

Qualifications Excellent oral and written communication Ability to participate on a team Committed to make a difference in the school beyond the role of a teachers assistant Extremely organized Excellent interpersonal skills Exhibit a professional and positive demeanor at all times Training and Experience: Completion of an Associates degree or higher from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, supplemented by at least one year of work experience involving the care and supervision of children. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill: Good knowledge of proper English grammar and spelling, basic knowledge of mathematics, knowledge of Chicago Public Schools rules and regulations. Ability to work with and for school-aged children, ability to follow written and oral instructions, ability to operate basic office equipment, ability to communicate effectively with the public. Good oral and written communication skills, good reading skills, skill in operating audio-visual equipment and personal computers is highly desirable. Bilingual Spanish candidate preferred. BULLETIN NO: 626 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title School Clerk Assistant Location Sherwood Elementary Unit /#5900 245 W. 57th St. Chicago, IL 60621 -or GSR #42 Position Number Anticipated Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G05 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $29,112. Position Summary: Alice Buzanis abuzanis@cps.k12.il.us
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Only Email Submission Accepted Maintains and monitors Oracle Internal Account Management System, issue checks and prepares money for deposits; Acts as a multi-tasker and with proven results of working well under pressure in a fast paced environment; Ability to process site level procurement of goods and services and facilitate in a timely payment to vendors; Maintains and monitors the schools internal account ledgers; issues checks and constructs monthly reports for various funds, account ledgers and school-wide fixed assets; Provides assistance with multiple projects simultaneously Knowledge of creating spreadsheets and familiar with software applications Qualifications Graduation from high school (or G.E.D. equivalent) and Undergraduate Degree preferred Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills; Ability to prioritize and multi-task; (cont) Qualifications Committed to making a profound difference within the school; Highly proficient in Word, EXCEL, ORACLE, and IMPACT, CPS Budgeting & Internal Accounts Management System Efficient, hard-working, dedicated and committed professional; BULLETIN NO: 627 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title School Clerk I Location Hammond Elementary School 2819 W. 21st Place Chicago, Illinois 60623 773-535-4580 Position Number Anticipated Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G09 Budget Classification 23531.115.52100.241001.000000 Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $ $54,353.06 Position Summary: Under the general direction of the school principal, performs any of several specialized clerical functions in a large public school facility, or performs a
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variety of responsible clerical functions in a small public school facility; and performs related duties as required. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Prepares and types a variety of original correspondence, memorandums, and reports using either a personal computer or typewriter, as directed by the school principal and/or the principals designee; opens, sorts, and distributes incoming mail and school correspondence; serves as a receptionist and greets and directs visitors to appropriate staff; schedules appointments for school administrators; receives and places telephone calls for school personnel; responds to inquiries from students, parents and guardians and the general public concerning school operations and activities; maintains attendance records of students and staff; processes and prepares payrolls for school personnel, both manually and by operating computerized timekeeping and payroll equipment; maintains enrollment records and processes student transfers; maintains student history records; prepares and processes requisitions for the procurement of supplies, instructional materials, furniture, and equipment; maintains and monitors the schools petty cash and internal account ledgers; issues checks and prepares money for deposits; receives and compiles periodic reports involving payrolls, pupil attendance and enrollment, various funds and account ledgers; compiles and forwards student transcripts to appropriate parties; may take and transcribe dictation; may operate personal computers utilizing spreadsheet, database, or other software applications. Qualifications High school diploma or GED equivalent Excellent verbal and written skills Ability to prioritize and handle multiple issues at once Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, ORACLE, IMPACT, Gradebook and the CPS budget Friendly and outgoing personality Efficient, hard-working, dedicated and committed professional

BULLETIN NO: 628 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Teacher Assistant Location Stewart Elementary School 4525 North Kenmore Ave. Chicago, IL 60640 - GSR 32 773-534-2640 773-534-2576 Position Number Available
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Position Value 2.0 Position Grade GB1 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $24,844. Maximum $ TBD Position Summary Characteristics Of The Class: Under the general direction of the school principal, and under the immediate supervision of a teacher holding a valid state certificate the teacher assistant will assist the teacher in all aspects of the school operation relative to addressing the developmental needs of all students. The TA is expected to be a contributing member of the school learning community by staying informed of cutting edge research-based effective practices for our student population. Additionally, the TA is required to actively participate in all essential staff development as well as fulfill other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the teacher and school administration. Must have excellent attendance and references. Qualifications The TA must possess excellent organizational and communication skills. Training and Experience: Completion of an Associates degree or higher from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, supplemented by at least one year of work experience involving the care and supervision of children. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill: Good knowledge of proper English grammar and spelling, basic knowledge of mathematics, knowledge of Chicago Public Schools rules and regulations. Ability to work with and for school-aged children, ability to follow written and oral instructions, ability to operate basic office equipment, ability to communicate effectively with the public. Good oral and written communication skills, good reading skills, skill in operating audio-visual equipment and personal computers is highly desirable. Additionally, the candidate will be proficient in reading, writing, and mathematics.

BULLETIN NO: 629 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Security Officer Location Marine Math & Science Academy 145 South Campbell Ave Chicago, IL 60612 - GSR #38 Position Number TBD
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Position Value 1.0 Position Grade TBD Budget Classification TBD Position Period 10 Months Salary The minimum annual salary is: $ TBD Position Summary Under supervision, performs routine security functions to ensure the protection of property and the safety of students, staff and prevent trespassing, vandalism, and loitering: Reports acts of trespassing , vandalism and loitering to supervisory staff; checks doors and windows to ensure they are properly secured; monitors school entrances to prevent unauthorized entry to the building; patrols hallways and lavatories within building to ensure only authorized persons are allowed access and to prevent vandalism. Monitors lunchroom areas to maintain order among students to maintain discipline and order. Qualifications TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE. Graduation from high school (or G.E.D. equivalent), supplemented by one year of security or watchman experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Completion of security courses is highly desirable. Qualifications KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILL. Knowledge of the basic methods and techniques of providing building, equipment and site safety and security. Qualifications Ability to exercise good judgment when responding to security violations and emergency situations, ability to exercise tact and courtesy when interacting with the public. Good human relations and interpersonal skills, good oral communication skills. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS. Light Work: Exerting up to twenty (20) pounds of force occasionally, or up to ten (10) pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force frequently to move objects. Even though weight of force moved may be only a negligible amount, a position should be rated as Light Work (1) when it requires walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing or pulling of arm controls.

BULLETIN NO: 630 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Community Relations Representative I Location Prosser Career Academy 2148 North Long Avenue Chicago, IL 60639
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Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade GA8 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.6 weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $34,193 Maximum $ TBD Position Summary Under the supervision of the school principal, functions as a liaison between the school, community, parents, and students to improve school/community relations and student attendance problems; and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provides support to teachers experiencing serious student truancy problems, establishes relationships with community organizations and social service agencies to identify existing resources and services, works with students and families of students with truancy problems to determine causes of truancy problems, develops resource networks and accompanies students and parents or guardians to community and social service agencies which provide services and referrals not directly provided by the Chicago Public Schools, assists in compiling periodic activity reports for submission to supervisory staff, meets with community organizations to obtain information and literature concerning available services for distribution to students and their families as necessary, prepares and maintains pertinent records and reports. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Graduation from an accredited educational institution with an Associates degree, or the successful completion of two years of college-level course work at an accredited college or university, supplemented by three years of experience in community organizations; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Good knowledge of various community organizations and social service agencies which serve the community in which the school is located. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with of various community organizations and social service agencies which serve the community in which the school is located. Good interpersonal and human relations skills, effective oral and written communication skills. Physical Requirements. Light Work: Exerting up to twenty (20) pounds of force occasionally, or up to ten (10) pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force frequently to move objects. Even though weight of force moved may be only a negligible amount, a position should be rated as Light Work (1) when it requires
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walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing or pulling of arm controls. BULLETIN NO: 631 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Special Education Classroom Assistant I (SECA) Location Prosser Career Academy 2148 North Long Avenue Chicago, IL 60639 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G04 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $28,589. Maximum $ TBD Position Summary Special Education Classroom Assistant CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS: Under the general direction of the school principal, and under the immediate supervision of a Special Education teacher holding a valid teaching certificate directly engaged in teaching subject matter or conducting activities, assists in the instruction of disabled students; and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assists Special Education teachers in elementary and high schools in reinforcing efforts with children with various disabilities, including physical disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, learning disabilities, behavior disorders, emotional impairments, and mental impairments in accordance with each students Individual Education Program (IEP); lifts and positions non-ambulatory students during the school day as instructed by the teacher and in adherence to written instruction from students personal physicians; provides one-on-one tutoring services for students to present or reinforce learning concepts; provides one-on-one personal hygiene services for students with severe disabilities, including toileting, changing soiled diapers, and cleaning soiled children regardless of age; assists students with orthopedic impairments by arranging and adjusting tools, work aids, and equipment used by students in classrooms, including but not limited to specially equipped worktables, positioning equipment, wheelchairs, tape recorders, computers, communication devices, and mechanized page turners; assists teacher in instructing students in daily living skills required for independent maintenance and economic self-sufficiency; accompanies students to swimming pools and medical clinics to assist in removing clothing and performing other personal services which
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students are unable to perform themselves; assists in feeding students unable to do so themselves; takes notes in classrooms for students unable to do so themselves; corrects homework assignments and examination materials; assists teachers in maintaining written records of students behavior; accompanies students and teachers on class field trips; attends and participates in workshops and in service training to update job related skills. MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: May utilize aggressive management techniques to physically restrain violent students, may administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) as directed by the teacher, may operate audio-visual equipment, may operate photocopying equipment. Qualifications Training and Experience. Completion of an Associates degree from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, or the successful completion of at least sixty (60) semester hours of college credit at a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, including at least one course in the characteristics of mental retardation and severe/profound disabilities, or the successful completion of a state approved paraprofessional assessment, supplemented by at least one year of work experience involving the care and supervision of children with disabilities. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Good knowledge of the characteristics of students with various disabilities, good knowledge of English grammar and spelling, good knowledge of basic mathematics. Ability to work with and for students with various disabilities, ages birth to twenty-one (21) years of age; ability to follow written and oral instructions and direction; ability to Qualifications complete and maintain basic written reports. (Ability to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is highly desirable. Individuals who do not provide evidence of the completion of training in CPR at the time of initial employment in this class title will complete CPR training as a condition of employment.) Good oral and written communication skills, skill in the operation of photocopying and audio-visual equipment is highly desirable. Physical Requirements. Medium Work: Exerting up to fifty (50) pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to twenty (20) pounds of force frequently, and/or to ten (10) pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical demands include the ability to reach, handle, and finger objects; talk and hear; occasional use of near visual acuity and frequent use of far visual acuity. BULLETIN NO: 632
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DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Community Relations Representative I Location Tilden Career Academy 4747 S. Union Ave. Chicago, IL 60609 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade GA8 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.6 weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $34,193 Maximum $ TBD Position Summary Under the supervision of the school principal, functions as a liaison between the school, community, parents, and students to improve school/community relations and student attendance problems; and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provides support to teachers experiencing serious student truancy problems, establishes relationships with community organizations and social service agencies to identify existing resources and services, works with students and families of students with truancy problems to determine causes of truancy problems, develops resource networks and accompanies students and parents or guardians to community and social service agencies which provide services and referrals not directly provided by the Chicago Public Schools, assists in compiling periodic activity reports for submission to supervisory staff, meets with community organizations to obtain information and literature concerning available services for distribution to students and their families as necessary, prepares and maintains pertinent records and reports Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Graduation from an accredited educational institution with an Associates degree, or the successful completion of two years of college-level course work at an accredited college or university, supplemented by three years of experience in community organizations; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Good knowledge of various community organizations and social service agencies which serve the community in which the school is located. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with of various community organizations and social service agencies which serve the community in which the school is located. Good interpersonal and human relations skills, effective oral and written communication skills.
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Physical Requirements. Light Work: Exerting up to twenty (20) pounds of force occasionally, or up to ten (10) pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force frequently to move objects. Even though weight of force moved may be only a negligible amount, a position should be rated as Light Work (1) when it requires walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing or pulling of arm controls.

BULLETIN NO: 633 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title School Clerk Assistant Location Herzl School 3711 W. Douglas Chicago, Il 60623 Position Number Available Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G05 Budget Classification 23771-225-52100-241006-000703 Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary: The minimum annual salary is: $29,112.07

Position Summary Herzl Elementary is on its way to making a difference in the lives of children that live in Lawndale Community. We are looking for a School Clerk that is fearless: comfortable with being uncomfortable, ready to be challenged and pushed for excellence. Team-smart: able to build teams, manage teams, recruit and work well with others under any circumstance. Passionate-curious: awake and engaged in the world of education, always wanting to know more in order to work with students. Acts as a multi-tasker and with proven results of working well under pressure in a fast paced environment; Ability to process site level procurement of goods and services and facilitate in a timely payment to vendors; Maintains and monitors the schools school-wide fixed assets; Provides assistance with multiple projects simultaneously Schedule IEP Appointments and maintain calendars for all IEP Appointment Notify Classroom teachers of scheduled appointments for IEP Knowledge of creating spreadsheets and familiar with software applications Qualifications Graduation from high school (or G.E.D. equivalent) and Undergraduate Degree preferred Excellent oral and written communication skills
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Excellent interpersonal skills; Ability to prioritize and multi-task; Committed to making a profound difference within the school; Highly proficient in Word, EXCEL, ORACLE, and IMPACT, CPS Budgeting & Internal Accounts Management System Efficient, hard-working, dedicated and committed professional;

BULLETIN NO: 634 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title Special Education Classroom Assistant - Bilingual Location Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center 5039 N. Kimball Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60625 Position Number Anticipated Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G04 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 38.60 Weeks Salary The minimum annual salary is: $28,589. Position Summary Under the supervision of the school principal or his/her designee, the Special Education Classroom Assistant - Bilingual will provide classroom and office support to staff as deemed necessary. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties of this position include, but are not limited to: Assists Special Education teachers in reinforcing efforts with children with various disabilities, including physical disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, learning; Position Summary disabilities, behavior disorders, emotional impairments, and mental impairments in accordance with each students Individual Education Program (IEP); lifts and positions non-ambulatory students during the school day as instructed by the teacher and in adherence to written instruction from students personal physicians; provides one-on-one tutoring services for students to present or reinforce learning concepts; provides one-on-one personal hygiene services for students with severe disabilities, including toileting, changing soiled diapers, and cleaning soiled children regardless of age; assists students with orthopedic impairments by arranging and adjusting tools, work aids, and equipment used by students in classrooms, including but not limited to specially equipped worktables, positioning equipment, wheelchairs, tape recorders, computers, communication devices, and mechanized page turners; assists teacher in instructing students in daily living skills required for independent
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maintenance and economic self-sufficiency; accompanies students to swimming pools and medical clinics to assist in removing clothing and performing other personal services which students are unable to perform themselves; assists in feeding students unable to do so themselves; takes notes in classrooms for students unable to do so themselves; corrects homework assignments and examination materials; assists teachers in maintaining written records of students behavior; accompanies students and teachers on class field trips; attends and participates in workshops and in service training to update job related skills; and other duties assigned by the principal or his designee. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Completion of an Associates degree from a college or university accredited by the North Central Association or another regional accrediting body, or the successful completion of at least sixty (60) semester hours of college credit at a college or university accredited by the North Central Association. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: A college degree with LBS1 Certificate is highly desirable. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Good oral and written communication skills in English and at least one other language. Evening and weekend work may be required. Physical Requirements. Medium Work: Exerting up to fifty (50) pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to twenty (20) pounds of force frequently, and/or to ten (10) pounds of force constantly to move objects. Candidates submit a resume and letter of interest by e-mail only (no phone call or fax) to Assistant Principal Mrs. Jodi Pinkerton at jpinkerton@cps.k12.il.us that include: o Acknowledgement of and candidates commitment to the conditions for position; o A detailed description of how candidate meets each of the mandatory minimum qualifications, abilities, proficiencies and experiences; o A detailed description of any preferred qualifications that the candidate possesses. BULLETIN NO: 638 DATE: JULY 27 , 2011 Title Business Manager Location Austin Business and Entrepreneurship Academy HS 231 N Pine Ave
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Chicago, IL 60644 Hiring process contact: Wayne K. Issa, Principal Email cover letter and rsum to: ABEA231@yahoo.com No phone calls or faxes please. Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Position Grade TBD Budget Classification TBD Position Period 2011-2012 School Year Salary The minimum annual salary is: $TBD Position Summary Successful candidates must demonstrate the following: EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Manages the schools' budget, petty cash fund, and internal accounts; oversees the issuance of checks and verifies the deposit of the school's and students' monies; manages the school's use of discretionary and categorical funds and prepares fund transfers for the Department of Management and Budget as needed; reviews and expedites the processing of all school purchase requisitions, purchase orders, and purchasing contracts; directs the preparation of position opening and closing forms to expedite requests to increase or decrease the number of positions needed at the school; assists the principal in training and monitoring of school personnel assisting in the performance of financial activities for the school; assists internal, state, and all other authorized auditors during audits of the school's budget, petty cash, and internal accounts records; serves as a liaison on matters related to the school's financial activities between the school and Chicago Public Schools' organizational units, local school council members, and all other organizations. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors degree in accounting, business administration, business management, public administration, or a related field of study, supplemented by at least four years of directly related financial/business management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. A Masters degree in accounting, business administration, business management, public administration, or a related field of study, is highly desirable. Knowledge, Abilities And Skill. Thorough knowledge of the basic principles and practices of accounting, knowledge of the functions and activities of various government funded programs in the Chicago Public Schools. Ability to analyze financial transactions. records, ability to understand complex accounting procedures, ability to use sound judgment in evaluating situations and
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making decision, ability to operate personal computers using spreadsheet, word processing and database applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills, thorough interpersonal and organization skills, good presentation skills. Physical Requirements. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to ten (10) pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. A position is classified as Sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met. BULLETIN NO: 339 DATE: JULY 27 , 2011 Title Clerk Assistant Location Austin Business and Entrepreneurship Academy HS 231 N Pine Ave Chicago, IL 60644 Hiring process contact: Wayne K. Issa, Principal Email cover letter and rsum to: ABEA231@yahoo.com No phone calls or faxes please. Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Position Grade G05 Budget Classification TBD Position Period 2011-2012 School Year Salary The minimum annual salary is: $TBD Position Summary Successful candidates must demonstrate the following: Major Areas of Job Responsibility Provide clerical support. Clerical support includes but is not limited to: answering phones; filing; assisting with the completion of paperwork; processing referrals; composing and typing routine correspondence and memoranda; maintaining order when groups of students are present. Prepare documents to communicate information to school and district personnel, the public, state officials. This includes but is not limited to: correspondence, agendas, minutes, reports, rosters, and special lists. Process report materials to disseminate information to appropriate parties. This includes but is not limited to secondary school reports, grades, transcripts, progress reports, schedules, etc. Respond to inquiries from various internal and external parties to provide
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information and facilitate communication to include but are not limited to staff, parents, students and public agencies. Schedule meetings and other activities to assist in meeting school needs, efficiently utilize personnel, equipment and facilities. This includes but is not limited to meetings and referral appointments. Type and copy forms used in the office. Maintain inventory of office supplies Keep supervisor informed of potential problems or unusual events. Attend staff meetings and training sessions. Perform other tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. Qualifications Graduation from high school (or G.E.D. equivalent) and Undergraduate Degree preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills; Ability to prioritize and multi-task; Committed to making a profound difference within the school; Highly proficient in Word, EXCEL, ORACLE, and IMPACT, Efficient, hard-working, dedicated and committed professional;

BULLETIN NO: 340 DATE: JULY 27, 2011 Title School Security Officer Location Austin Business and Entrepreneurship Academy HS 231 N Pine Ave Chicago, IL 60644 Hiring process contact: Wayne K. Issa, Principal Email cover letter and rsum to: ABEA231@yahoo.com No phone calls or faxes please. Position Number TBD Position Value 1.0 Position Grade TBD Budget Classification TBD Position Period 2011-2012 School Year Salary The minimum annual salary is: $TBD Position Summary Successful candidates must demonstrate the following: Under supervision, performs routine security functions to ensure the protection of property and the safety of students and staff at an assigned school; and performs related duties as required.

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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Observes playground area and school grounds and monitors school parking lot to ensure safety and security of students and staff and prevent trespassing, vandalism, and loitering; reports acts of trespassing, vandalism, and loitering to supervisory staff; checks doors and windows to ensure they are properly secured; monitors school entrances to prevent unauthorized entry to building; patrols hallways and lavatories within building to ensure only authorized persons are allowed access and to prevent vandalism; monitors lunchroom areas to maintain order among students and to prevent vandalism; may assist in the supervision of students on school busses and in school in order to maintain discipline and order. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Training and Experience. Graduation from high school (or G.E.D. equivalent). Previous work experience in safety and security is highly desirable. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Knowledge of basic methods of providing site security and safety, knowledge of basic safety rules and procedures. Ability to exercise good judgment when responding to safety and security violations and emergencies, ability to work with school-aged children in enforcing safety and security rules and procedures, ability to follow written and oral instructions. Good oral communication skills, good human relations and interpersonal skills. Physical Requirements. Light Work: Exerting up to twenty (20) pounds of force occasionally, or up to ten (10) pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force frequently to move objects. Even though weight of force moved may be only a negligible amount, a position should be rated as Light Work (1) when it requires walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing or pulling of arm controls.

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