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					April 15, 2009

New Application Link! careers.fcps.edu
Submit a resume using the online Resume Builder or insert an existing resume. If you need assistance with this process, please call HR Client Services at 571-423-3000 or 1-800-831-4331. Computers are available for your use during business hours at: Department of Human Resources 8115 Gatehouse Road Falls Church, VA 22042 Use Career Quest to... •Update your account and apply for jobs at any time •Save jobs to a personal folder •Create job searches and receive automatic e-mails with job postings •View your active applications FCPS Job Specifications are available on the web at www.fcps.edu/DHR/jobspecs Next Steps... All applicants will receive immediate confirmation when applying for positions. Firsttime instructional applicants will receive information on how to access TeacherInsight, an online automated interview.

Important Application Notice
All applicants are required to create an account and submit a resume through Career Quest at http://careers.fcps.edu. Existing paper applications are no longer considered. Computer assistance for creating an account is available at the Department of Human Resources during business hours.

Director, Student Services Middle School US-26
Hayfield Secondary 722BR
Description: Directs a middle school student services program including guidance, counseling, career education, assessment and testing, social and academic adjustment, public relations activities, and student records’ maintenance. Qualifications: Postgraduate Professional or Pupil Personnel Services License with endorsements in school counseling or in administration and supervision preK-12, plus six years’ progressive counseling or teaching experience. Knowledge of guidance and counseling techniques, programs, and practices. Knowledge of adolescent psychology, growth, and development. Knowledge of principles and practices of the middle school philosophy and current curriculum and instructional trends. Knowledge of master schedule development. Skill in oral and written communications. Ability to assign, supervise, oversee, and evaluate a staff of guidance counselors and support staff. Ability to gain the confidence of students, parents, and professional staff and to foster cooperation.

Qualifications
In those positions stating that a degree is required for qualification, education and experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.

SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE & SCHOOL-BASED ADMINISTRATION
Director, Student Services, High/ Secondary School US-27
• McLean High (Readvertisement) 308BR • Edison High 696BR
Description: Directs a high school student services program including guidance, counseling, career education, assessment and testing, social and academic adjustment, public relations activities, and students’ records maintenance. Qualifications: Postgraduate Professional or Pupil Personnel Services License with endorsements in school counseling or in administration and supervision preK-12, plus six years’ progressive counseling or teaching experience. Knowledge of guidance and counseling techniques, programs, and practices. Knowledge of adolescent psychology, growth, and development. Knowledge of principles and practices of the high school philosophy and current curriculum and instructional trends. Knowledge of master schedule development. Skill in oral and written communications. Ability to assign, supervise, oversee, and evaluate a staff of guidance counselors and support staff. Ability to gain the confidence of students, parents, and professional staff and to foster cooperation.

FACILITIES & TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
Building Supervisor II US-13
Herndon Middle 716BR
Description: Supervises and participates in the cleaning, maintenance, operation, and security activities for a school or an FCPSowned building. Qualifications: High school graduation plus four years’ progressive experience in public building maintenance, one year with supervision of custodial personnel. Knowledge of custodial methods, materials, practices, and equipment. Ability to operate, adjust, and make service repairs to central heating and air conditioning systems. Ability to train, assign, and supervise. Ability to maintain records and prepare routine re-

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ports. Strength, agility, and dexterity to perform all required tasks indoors and outdoors in a variety of temperatures and climatic conditions. Must successfully complete the FCPS Custodial Certification Course within 12 months of appointment.

INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
Coordinator IV, PreK-6 Curriculum Integration Management US-28
Instructional Services, Leis Center (Effective Date July 1, 2009; Open Until Filled) 719BR
Description: Plans, manages, and coordinates program activities and personnel to assist elementary school leaders with instruction and curriculum based projects. Exercises leadership in integrated project management to include but not limited to grading and reporting, staff development, analysis of student achievement, and instructional best practices. Serves schoolbased principals and staff with accessing the appropriate instructional and intervention resources to increase student achievement and support closing the minority student achievement gap. Qualifications: Valid qualifying Postgraduate Educational License with elementary teaching endorsement with administration and supervision preK-12 endorsement plus six years’ progressive experience in teaching and/or administration and supervision OR related experience in educational leadership. Knowledge of philosophy, goals, procedures, organization, and the professional specialties of preK-6 general education programs. Familiarity with applicable regulations, legislation, and policies. Knowledge of public education organization and administrative requirements in preK-6 general education. Ability to design, manage, coordinate programs, interface with school personnel, and to supervise and evaluate personnel.

Building Supervisor I US-10
• Laurel Hill Elementary (Effective Date April 2009; Readvertisement) 648BR • Fairview Elementary 711BR • Lemon Road Elementary 718BR
Description: Supervises and participates in the cleaning, maintenance, operation, and security activities for a school or an FCPSowned building. Qualifications: High school graduation plus four years’ progressive experience in public building maintenance, one year with oversight or supervision of custodial personnel. Knowledge of custodial methods, materials, practices, and equipment. Ability to operate, adjust, and make service repairs to central heating and air conditioning systems. Ability to train, assign, and supervise. Ability to maintain records and prepare routine reports. Strength, agility, and dexterity to perform all required tasks indoors and outdoors in a variety of temperatures and climatic conditions. Must successfully complete the FCPS Custodial Certification Course within 12 months of appointment.

tion resources to increase student achievement and support closing the achievement gap. Qualifications: Valid qualifying Postgraduate Educational License with secondary teaching endorsement with administration and supervision preK-12 endorsement plus six years’ progressive experience in teaching and/or administration and supervision OR related experience in educational leadership. Knowledge of philosophy, goals, procedures, organization, and the professional specialties of secondary general education programs. Familiarity with applicable regulations, legislation, and policies. Knowledge of public education organization and administrative requirements in 7-12 general education. Ability to design, manage, coordinate programs, interface with school personnel, and to supervise and evaluate personnel.

Coordinator IV, Early Childhood Curriculum and Grants US-28
Instructional Services, Forte Center (Effective Date July 1, 2009 Open Until Filled) 721BR
Description: Plans, manages, and coordinates program activities and personnel for early childhood curriculum and grant oversight. Exercises leadership to create, design, implement, assess, and review programs or activities related to early childhood curriculum. Actively collaborates with the preK-12 core coordinators, the Department of Special Services, principals, and school staff on the design and implementation of early childhood instructional initiatives. Oversees and provides leadership to schools regarding oversight of local and federal grants related to early childhood education. Qualifications: Valid qualifying Postgraduate Educational License with early childhood teaching endorsement with administration and supervision preK-12 endorsement plus six years’ progressive experience in teaching and/or administration and supervision OR related experience in educational leadership. Knowledge of philosophy, goals, procedures, organization, and the professional specialties of early childhood education programs. Familiarity with applicable regulations, legislation, and policies. Knowledge of public education organization and administrative requirements in early childhood education curriculum as well as experience and familiarity with federal and local early childhood education grants.

Groundskeeper I US-10
Grounds Management, Woodson Complex (Open Until Filled) 714BR
Description: Performs skilled journey-level grounds construction and maintenance work; and operates a variety of vehicles and truck-mounted attached, towed, and light motorized equipment. Qualifications: High school graduation plus two years’ progressive grounds maintenance experience, one year at the trainee level. Knowledge of methods, materials, equipment, and tools and of hazards and safety precautions. Strength and dexterity to lift, stoop, bend, and work in tiring and uncomfortable positions outdoors and in adverse climatic conditions. Valid driver’s license and Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A).

Coordinator IV, 7-12 Instruction Management US-28
Instructional Services, Leis Center (Effective Date July 1, 2009; Open Until Filled) 720BR
Description: Plans, manages, and coordinates program activities and personnel to assist secondary school leaders with instruction and curriculum based projects. Exercises leadership in integrated project management to include but not limited to grading and reporting, staff development, analysis of student achievement, and instructional best practices. Serves schoolbased principals and staff with accessing the appropriate instructional and interven-

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Ability to design, manage, coordinate programs, interface with school personnel, and to supervise and evaluate personnel.

Educational Specialist, Music US-25
Instructional Services, Leis Center (Effective Date July 1, 2009) 705BR
Description: Oversees K-12 music instructional program; recruits, interviews, and recommends music education candidates for hire for all FCPS schools; staffs and schedules elementary band and grades 4-12 orchestra positions among schools; designs and develops K-12 music curriculum to meet the needs of a diverse student population; oversees curriculum writing projects; designs and delivers staff development and training for K-12 music teachers; manages instruments for all programs; establishes music material, equipment and facilities standards, and conducts bid evaluations in collaboration with FCPS procurement specialists. Serves as spokesperson for the music program by interpreting curriculum and policies for the school board, community, and staff. Acts as a resource for cluster, school, and departmental staffs and the community. Qualifications: Postgraduate Professional License with endorsement in Music Education preK-12, and a minimum of five years teaching experience across K-12 grade levels; experience in administration or supervision and staff development and training; knowledge of and experience in development of elementary master schedules; working knowledge of database, spreadsheets and music software; knowledge of FCPS curriculum, instructional goals, procedures, and practices, and of growth, development, and learning; and skill in oral and written communication and human relations.

leadership to create, design, implement, assess, and review programs or activities related to elementary school, middle school, and high school nontraditional education curriculums. Actively collaborates with the Instructional Services Department, principals, and school staff on the design and implementation of K-12 instructional programs for students with at risk circumstances. Ability to problem solve and effectively communicate with parents, staff, and the community. Qualifications: Valid qualifying Postgraduate Professional License with teaching endorsement in Special Education and with administration and supervision preK-12 endorsement preferred, plus six years’ progressive experience in teaching and/or administration and supervision OR related experience in nontraditional education leadership. Knowledge of philosophy, goals, procedures, organization, and the professional specialties of nontraditional education programs, including adult high school completion programs, alternative school programs, and homebound/home-based instruction. Familiarity with applicable regulations, legislation, policies and best practices recommended by local, state, and national organizations related to nontraditional school programs. Knowledge of public education organization and administrative requirements in K-12 nontraditional education. Ability to design and implement training, manage and coordinate programs and to supervise and evaluate personnel.

tions. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with school administrators, teachers, local businesses, and community organizations. Ability to utilize a computer, peripheral office equipment, and software applications.

After-School Specialist US-20
Thoreau Middle (One Year Only) 717BR
Description: Develops, implements, monitors, and assesses the site-based afterschool programs; coordinates after-school activities and programs with regular schoolhours programs; oversees the after regular school-hours community use of a school building and grounds; and collaborates with school, department, and county staff. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in education, planning, recreation, or program management, plus two years’ progressive school and community public contact and paid or volunteer project management experience. Advanced education may be substituted year-for-year for experience. Knowledge of the theory, procedures, and practices related to a variety of after-school programs. Knowledge of the diverse needs of the student populations served. Knowledge of community use of facilities procedures, practices, regulations, and fee schedules. Knowledge of school administrative organization. Skill in oral and written communications. Bilingual ability preferred. Ability to learn and utilize related applications. Ability to work flexible hours (nights and weekends).

SCHOOL ASSISTANTS
Career Experience Specialist US-24
Marshall High (219 Days) 713BR
Description: Performs the full range of professional dutes required to serve as the liaison between local employers and Fairfax County Public Schools personnel involved with high school elective programs related to specific careers. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in education, management, human resources, or a related field plus five years’ progressive education or management experience (master’s degree preferred). Knowledge of K-12 instructional programs with teaching experience preferred. Knowledge of current workforce development issues, procedures for employment of high school students, and articulation with post-secondary institutions. Skill in oral and written communica-

OFFICE PERSONNEL
Student Information Assistant I/II US-9/10
• Westbriar Elementary (214 Days) 712BR • Centreville Elementary (214 Days) 715BR
Description: Performs accurate, responsible, and confidential computerized student information processing and reporting following local directives and state guidelines; and performs administrative support duties involving public and student contacts. Qualifications: High school graduation plus two years’ progressive general office experience (preferably school-based), one year equivalent to the office assistant level. Knowledge of office procedures and pracApril 15, 2009

SPECIAL SERVICES
Coordinator IV, Nontraditional School Programs US-28
Special Services, Gatehouse Administration Center I (Open Until Filled) 723BR
Description: Under the supervision of the Director, Intervention and Prevention Services, Department of Special Services, plans, manages, and coordinates program activities and personnel for K-12 nontraditional education instruction; and exercises

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tices and of school office operations and confidentiality requirements for student information. Ability to utilize a computer, peripheral office equipment, and software applications. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, students, and parents.

Teacher Transfair Dates
•Clusters I, II, III
May 5, 2009 Marshall High 3:30 - 9:00 p.m.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
Middle School Summer Camp Teachers
GET AN EDGE for grades 6-9 is a new summer program with four different camps located at Fairfax High School, Lake Braddock Secondary School, Irving Middle School, and Marshall High School. These camps will offer academic and fun classes in July 2009. Teachers are needed for the following areas: • Chinese • Art • Hip-Hop The pay rate for this position is $22.16 per hour. If interested, please contact Guiomar Anderson at Guiomar.Anderson@fcps.edu, 703-658-1292 or Lynn Killiany at Lynn.Killiany@fcps.edu, 703-658-1289.

•Clusters IV, V, VI
May 6, 2009 Lee High 3:30 - 9:00 p.m.

•Clusters VII, VIII
May 7, 2009 Centreville High 3:30 - 9:00 p.m.

A vacancy list will be posted on UConnect on April 30. Teachers wishing to transfer should call individual schools from May 1 - May 7 to schedule appointments. The deadline for transfers from a traditional school is August 1. The last day to transfer from a modified calendar elementary school is July 2.

School Bus Driver Positions Available

$16.91 Starting Salary

$1000 Referral Bonus for FCPS Employees
Contact HR Client Services for more information at 571-423-3000 Non-Virginia residents must possess Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-B) with P (passenger) and S (School bus) endorsements prior to training. Drivers must be 21 years of age, have a good driving record, and be able to pass a physical exam.
Equal Opportunity Employer

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Open Until Filled Positions
Jobs designated Open Until Filled (OUF) will remain on the FCPS job board (careers.fcps.edu) until a candidate has been selected and placed in the position.

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... Administrator, Interagency Schools ........................ US-27 .......... Special Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Applicance & Equipment Technician I .................... US-13 .......... Facilities Management ............ Edison Satellite ... Benefits Specialist II .............................................. US-24 .......... Benefits Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Carpenter II ........................................................ US-15 .......... Structural Maintenance .......... Sideburn Ctr ... Comptroller ........................................................ US-30 .......... Financial Services .................. Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Coord IV, PreK-6 Curriculum Integration Mgmt ...... US-28 .......... Instructional Services ............. Leis Center ... Coord IV, Early Childhood Curriculum & Grants .... US-28 .......... Instructional Services ............. Forte Center ... Coord IV, 7-12 Instruction Management ................ US-28 .......... Instructional Services ............. Leis Center ... Educational Specialist, Procedural Supp Liaison ...... US-25 .......... Special Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Energy Systems Specialist ..................................... US-21 .......... Facilities Management ............ Sideburn Ctr ... Food Services Worker I/II .................................... US-1/2 ........ Food & Nutrition Services ...... Various Locations ... Groundskeeper II ................................................. US-11 .......... Facilities Management ............ Woodson Complex ... Groundskeeper I .................................................. US-10 .......... Grounds Management ........... Woodson Complex ... Manager, Early Childhood Ident & Prog ................. US-26 .......... Special Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Manager, Behavior Intervention & Support ............ US-26 .......... Special Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Manager, Procedural Support ............................... US-26 .......... Special Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Manager, Therapy Services .................................. US-26 .......... Special Services .................... Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Occupational Therapy Assistant I/II ....................... US-17/18 .... Sp Ed Programs & Services .... Devonshire Ctr ... Pipefitter I ........................................................... US-15 .......... Facilities Management ............ Edison Satellite ... Refrigeration Technician I ..................................... US-14 .......... Facilities Management ............ Sideburn Ctr ... Senior Buyer ....................................................... US-21 .......... Procurement Services ............. Gatehouse Adm Ctr ... Welder I.............................................................. US-13 .......... Facilities Management ............ Woodson Complex

Coaching positions can be found at Call for Coaches (http://www.fcps.edu/mediapub/publicat/callforcoachesonline.htm.)

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