Pioneer Central School District

Pioneer Central School Vacancies

School Psychologist

Qualifications Required:

  1. Valid N.Y.S. School Psychology certification
  2. Experience working as a psychologist with regular and special education students

Qualifications Desired:

  1. Clinical counseling experience with children and families

Duties:  The primary goal of this position is to enable students to fulfill their potential.  This may include academic, emotional and social success.  The training and tools unique to the school psychologist will be used to supplement interventions by instructional and administrative staff.

  • Access difficulties of referred students through appropriate diagnostic and testing practices, including classroom observation
  • Assist district development and implementation of RTI
  • Administer tests and recommend placement for all exceptional and new students as designated.
  • Help identify all types of exceptional children and assist in the assessment of appropriate placement for the child.
  • Maintain case records on all referred students.
  • Recommend corrective procedures and specific activities for teachers and other staff to meet the special education student’s needs.
  • Provide school counseling according to IEPs and as needed.

Salary:   Competitive

How to Apply:  Please complete and/or link your application to the posting found on the WNYRIC applicant tracking system.  A link to applicant tracking can be found on our website at www.pioneerschools.org.  Application files will be reviewed beginning immediately.

Physical Education and Health Teacher K-12

Qualifications Required:

  1. Valid Physical Education K-12 & Health NYS teaching certificate
  2. Certified in CPR, AED, First Aid and Lifeguarding

Qualifications Desired:

  1. Experience, knowledge and background related to NYS learning standards
  2. Experience in adapted physical education
  3. Desire and knowledge to balance both students’ social/emotional and academic/intellectual needs
  4. Evidence of strong communication and interpersonal skills with parents, staff and students
  5. Desire and ability to work collaboratively with an academic team including an interdisciplinary approach to lesson design
  6. Knowledge of strategies in the areas of literacy and writing
  7. Knowledge and evidence of unit planning and lesson design
  8. Uses varied instructional methods and assessments to support:
    • Engaged learning
    • Higher-order thinking skills
    • Meaningful, authentic use of knowledge
    • Fitnessgram
    • PE Profile
  9. Evidence of strong classroom management with an emphasis on student engagement and student success in the classroom
  10. Commitment to curriculum development, professional development, flexible teamwork and instructional technology
  11. Willingness to be a coach or activity advisor
  12. Proven connection to student centered learning and promoting student involvement
  13. Energetic, outgoing personality
  14. Willingness to Coach

Salary:  Based on Pioneer Faculty Association Collective Bargaining Agreement

Start Date:  January 6, 2020

How to Apply:  Please complete and/or link your application to the posting found on the WNYRIC applicant tracking system.  A link to applicant tracking can be found on our website at www.pioneerschools.org.  Application files will be reviewed beginning October 17, 2019.  Current PFA members may request transfer by emailing Melissa Prorok, Middle School Principal.

Varsity Boys Basketball Coach

Qualifications Required:

  1. AED, CPR, First Aid Certification
  2. NYS Coaching Certification
  3. Child Abuse Reporting/Project Save Certification
  4. NYSED Fingerprint Clearance
  5. CDC Concussion Course

Salary:  Per Contract

Deadline: 09/20/2019

How to Apply:  Please complete and/or link your application to the posting found on the WNYRIC applicant tracking system.  A link to applicant tracking can be found on our website at www.pioneerschools.org.

 Students with Disabilities Secondary -15:1, Consultant, Resource English

Qualifications Required:  Special Education, Students with Disabilities – English Grades 7-12

Qualifications Desired:

  1. Secondary Special Education Teaching Experience
  2. Experience with students with Autism
  3. Experience, knowledge and background related to N.Y.S. learning standards and multiple assessments including formative and benchmark assessments in unit designs
  4. Desire and knowledge to balance students’ social/emotional and academic/intellectual needs.
  5. Evidence of strong communication and interpersonal skills with parents, staff and students
  6. Desire and ability to work collaboratively with an academic team including an interdisciplinary approach to lesson design.
  7. Knowledge of strategies in the areas of literacy and writing
  8. Knowledge and evidence of unit planning and lesson design using Understanding by Design, differentiated instruction, curriculum mapping and multiple assessment
  9. Uses varied instructional methods and assessments to support:
    • Engaged learning
    • High-order thinking skills
    • Meaningful, authentic use of knowledge
    • Integration of 21st century skills
    • Multiple Intelligences
  10. Evidence of strong classroom management with an emphasis on student engagement and student success in the classroom
  11. Commitment to curriculum development, professional development, flexible teamwork and instructional technology
  12. Willingness to be a coach or activity advisor

Salary:  Per Agreement

How to Apply:  Please complete and/or link your application to the posting found on the WNYRIC applicant tracking system.  A link to applicant tracking can be found on our website at www.pioneerschools.org 

Pioneer Central School is in compliance with the US Civil Service Rights Act of 1964 and the Title IX Education Amendments of 1972, Part 86. The District provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of color, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age or handicapping condition. The 504 compliance officer can be reached at 492-9435. The Title IX compliance officer can be reached at 492-9304.