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Secondary Principal

The Position

As the Instructional Leader, the principal’s role is one that guides teacher learning and development, resulting in highly relevant and engaging practices to support student learning. All work should mirror the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the District.

 Achieving academic excellence requires that the principal work collaboratively with students, staff and community to make progressive decisions in advancing the ability to enable student pathways to graduation.

Additionally, the position is responsible for the daily procedures and District policies that ensure the management and safety of the building.

Major Responsibilities and Duties

 1.      Instructional Program(s) and Curriculum Development:

  • Supervises the development, implementation, and evaluation of instructional programs and curriculum content through a participative system involving the Superintendent, Director of Teaching and Learning and teachers and any others who may be able to help improve the system.

  • Develops a climate for participative involvement of staff in curriculum analysis on a regularly scheduled basis that utilizes measurement towards goals as a foundation.

  • Provides opportunities and encouragement for staff to increase program expertise. The successful candidate will collaborate with staff on the use of their professional growth to develop curriculum with high rigor and relevance to increase student achievement. 

  • Establishes and promotes high standards and expectations, for all students and staff, on academic performance and behavior through an atmosphere of efficiency, cooperation, stimulation, recognition and service in which the school program can operate most effectively.

2.      Student Centered Advancement

  • Encourages the involvement of students in the operations of the school where matters are of direct relationship to students. The principal is responsible for developing the specific avenues by which this involvement can be utilized to the maximum benefit of the school system.

  • Confers with representatives of the student body on appropriate school-related issues. This input will be used in developing and articulating a school approach to Mission and Vision attainment.

  • Researches and collects data from students regarding the needs of the student body.

  • Nurtures both students and staff to achieve their greatest potential academically and instructionally, socially and emotionally.

3.      School Community Communications

  • Promotes an environment of cooperation wherein the students, staff, and community members can effectively obtain personal satisfaction in their roles within the high school.

  • Maintains high visibility in the school and is accessible to the community. Listens and responds appropriately to staff, student and community concerns resulting in clear communication of decisions and rationale to all affected.

  • Works actively with parent-teacher organizations and other community groups dedicated to the improvement of the educational system.

  • Represents the school district in professional and community groups. Attendance at special events held to recognize student achievement, school sponsored activities, functions, and athletic events is expected.

  • Promotes a climate that balances openness and control by demonstrating a sensitivity to the diversity through shared decision-making.

  • Maintains open lines of communication about school activities through regular correspondence, attendance at parent meetings and the like, and serves as an ex-officio member of all committees and councils with the school.

  • Establishes a professional rapport with students and staff. Displays the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with students, parents and school personnel. Serves as a role model for students, dressing professionally, demonstrating the importance and relevance of learning, accepting responsibility, and demonstrating pride in the education profession.  Encourages all staff to do the same.

4.      Personnel and Financial Management

  • Prepares the preliminary general budget, citing priorities and justifications for the school. The principal shall also be held responsible for the supervisions of the expenditures within his budget to assure the district of prudent management of funds.

  • Completes, in a timely fashion, all records and reports as requested by the Superintendent or their designee.

  • Recommends staff and/or appointment of student activity advisors.

5.      Building Organization and Supervision

  • Fulfills all requests for various types of reports relating to such matters as attendance, enrollment, finances, State Department of Education, School Board, or District Office Administration.

  • Arranges for the coordination of scheduling for extracurricular activities, social functions and all other uses of the building and have a school calendar maintained of these activities.

  • Arranges for a plan and organization of pupil attendance and accounting policies and procedures in keeping with the school’s responsibility and Board of Education policy.

  • Manages, evaluates, and supervises effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school consistent with the philosophy, mission, values and goals of the school This includes instructional programs, extracurricular activities, and discipline systems to ensure a safe and orderly climate, building maintenance, program evaluation, personnel management, office operations, and emergency procedures.

  • Establishes the annual master schedule for instructional programs, ensuring sequential learning experiences for students consistent with the school’s philosophy, mission statement and instructional goals.

6.      Personal Development

  • Frequently and consistently uses self-reflection as a tool for self-growth that allows one to be seen as a role model for expected staff and student behavior.

  • Assumes responsibility for his/her own professional growth and development through membership and active participation in the affairs of professional activities and organizations,

  • Remains on the cutting edge of changes and developments in the profession

Requirements

 NCSD seeks a highly qualified, motivated and committed Secondary Principal.

NYS SAS/SBL required.

Salary commensurate with experience.

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact: Scott Ryan, Superintendent of Schools at SRyan@norwichcsd.org.

Managerial

Instructional

Art Teacher

The Norwich City School District is looking for a dynamic art teacher to serve, connect and engage our elementary school students for a probationary tenure track position beginning September 1, 2021. The successful candidate will possess an ability to:

  • Offer a balanced elementary curriculum including Art Making, Art History and Art Criticism

  • Collaborate with other district and regional Art teachers

  • Demonstrate working knowledge of the NYS Visual Arts Standards and the ability to implement them in lesson planning

  • Possess a proven ability to interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics in order to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Ability to implement culturally responsive curriculum; create an inclusive classroom; and differentiate instruction in order to engage the learning styles and needs of each student as an individual.

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

  • Recognition of trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Willingness to advocate for students when issues of equity emerge

  • Possess New York State Certification in Art

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

  • Competitive salary and benefits

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Biology Teacher

The Norwich City School District seeks (2) 6 – 12 biology teachers for a probationary tenure-track position, beginning immediately.  The successful candidates will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Effectively instruct and facilitate utilizing a curriculum consistent with school district goals and objectives

  • Develop engaging curricula including lab experiments and other scientific investigations

  • Collaborate with other staff members and participate in faculty meetings and committees

  • Design both formative and summative assessments to evaluate student performance and provide meaningful feedback

  • Utilize technology effectively to engage and assess

  • Demonstrate a willingness to advocate for students when issues of equity emerge

  • Possess a proven ability to interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics in order to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Recognize trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping

  • Possess New York State Certification in Biology 6 - 12

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Elementary Teacher

The Norwich City School District has an immediate opening for an elementary teacher for a probationary tenure-track position. The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Effectively instruct and assess utilizing an elementary curriculum consistent with school district goals and objectives

  • Conduct ongoing assessment of student learning, and modify instructional methods to fit individual student's needs, including students with special needs; conduct individual and small group instruction as needed

  • Integrate the hallmarks of project-based learning including connecting authentic work to the community and public displays and connections of student processes and products

  • Possess a proven ability to teach and interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Recognize trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

  • Coordinate with other elementary professional staff members, especially within grade level, to evaluate and assess curriculum, and participates in faculty meetings and committees.

  • Certification in Early Childhood Education Grades 1-6 or Early Childhood Education N-2

 The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

  • Competitive salary and benefits

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

English Teacher - Secondary

The Norwich City School District seeks a secondary English teacher for probationary tenure-track position, beginning September 1, 2022.  The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Connect, engage and empower students through a robust and dynamic English Language Arts curriculum

  • Provide interventions in English Language Arts to middle and senior high school students

  • Implement positive behavioral management strategies to support students in meeting classroom expectations

  • Engage in various instructional models including co-teaching, parallel teaching and working with small groups

  • Establish and maintain positive and trusting relationships with colleagues, students and the broader community

  • Possess a proven ability to interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics in order to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws

  • Possess New York State Certification in English

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

  • Competitive salary and benefits

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

School Counselor

The Norwich City School District seeks a school counselor for probationary tenure-track position, beginning September 1, 2022.   The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Collaborate with team colleagues as well as High School faculty to provide a comprehensive college, career and social emotional counseling program that is reflective of varying student needs

  • Engage in professional learning, including the Professional Learning Community process, as well as with statewide colleagues to innovate within the school counseling program

  • Prioritize student counseling and the development of relationships with students

  • Identify, assess, and implement preventative services

  • Believe that caregivers serve in partnership with the school district in counseling & college and career preparation, and ensure that belief translates to high caregiver engagement with scheduling, college and career readiness process

  • Assist instructional staff in developing a framework for building-wide social emotional programming implementation

  • Serve as part of administration team of universal social emotional screener and respond to student need accordingly

  • Collaborate with team and continue to implement MTSS framework at a high level

  • Recognize trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

  • Possess a valid NYS certification in School Counseling

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Science Teacher

The Norwich City School District is seeking a high school earth science teacher for a probationary tenure-track position, beginning September 1, 2022.  The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Provide student-centered, engaging Earth Science instruction for a range of learners at multiple levels

  • Possess a strong commitment to creating a supportive learning environment and school culture

  • Deliver effective instruction to prepare for the NYS Science Regents exam and beyond

  • Conduct ongoing assessment of student learning, and modifies instructional methods to fit individual student's needs, including students with special needs; conducts individual and small group instruction as needed

  • Possess a proven ability to interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics in order to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Recognize trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

  • Demonstrate a willingness to advocate for students when issues of equity emerge

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

  • Competitive salary and benefits

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Secondary Math Teacher

The Norwich City School District seeks a secondary Mathematics teacher for probationary tenure-track position, beginning November, 2022.   The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Provide student-centered, engaging Mathematics instruction for a range of learners at multiple levels

  • Possess a strong commitment to creating a supportive learning environment and school culture

  • Deliver effective instruction to prepare for the NYS Mathematics Regents exam and beyond

  • Conduct ongoing assessment of student learning, and modifies instructional methods to fit individual student's needs, including students with special needs; conducts individual and small group instruction as needed

  • Possess a proven ability to interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics in to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Recognize trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

  • Demonstrate a willingness to advocate for students when issues of equity emerge

  • Possess a valid NYS certification in Mathematics, grades 7-12 

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • A Collaborative Professional Learning Community

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Secondary Social Studies Teacher

The Norwich City School District seeks a certified Secondary Social Studies teacher for an immediate opening. The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Have a strong working knowledge of high school social studies curriculum

  • Extensive knowledge of NYS Social Studies Learning Standards with an emphasis on skill development through a study of various historical periods and cultures.

  • Conduct ongoing assessment of student learning, and modify instructional methods to fit individual student's needs, including students with special needs; conduct individual and small group instruction as needed

  • Integrate the hallmarks of project-based learning including connecting authentic work to the community and public displays and connections of student processes and products

  • Possess a proven ability to teach and interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics to build an effective and collaborative school community

  • Recognize trauma’s impact on the brain and how to support and be responsive to all learners

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws.

  • Collaborate with department and grade-level peers in professional learning teams

  • Certification: Social Studies 7-12

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Teams

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

  • Competitive salary and benefits

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Special Education Teacher - Middle School

The Norwich City School District seeks a special education teacher for probationary tenure-track position, beginning immediately.  The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Connect with middle grade students who present a range of disabilities

  • Communicate and empower support staff to engage in meeting the needs of all students through an empathetic and therapeutic pathway

  • Establish and maintain positive and trusting relationships with colleagues, students and the broader community

  • Assist in developing Individual educational plans for students with goals that are student specific and informed by various data points

  • Facilitate implementation of students' IEP's including academic goals and behavior management plans

  • Effectively work with data information systems, data analysis and the formulation of action plans

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws

  • Possess New York State Certification in Special Education (K-12), (1-6) or (7-12)

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

  • Competitive salary and benefits, including a $2,000 sign on bonus

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Technology Teacher

The Norwich City School District has an immediate opening for a secondary Technology teacher for a probationary tenure-track position beginning September 1, 2022. The successful candidate will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Connect and engage through hands-on technology and engineering courses

  • Effectively utilize standards to implement project-based learning courses in technology and engineering

  • Effectively work with a team to implement standards-based coursework

  • Actively participate on a team to vision out technology coursework

  • Establish and maintain positive and trusting relationships with colleagues, students and the broader community

  • Possess a proven ability to interact effectively with students and their families who represent cultures that are diverse in terms of race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and other characteristics

  • Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping, grading, and reporting for all student activities, achievement and attendance as required by district procedures and applicable laws

The Norwich City School District is looking to grow professionals who are interested in:

  • Collaborative Professional Learning Communities

  • Responsive and personalized professional development specifically designed for new teachers

  • An innovative Multi-Tiered System of Support process focusing on an effective Tier 1 curriculum, social emotional well-being, family/community engagement and innovation

  • A supportive observational structure and culture

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Tutor

Are you seeking a flexible, impactful role in a school district? The Norwich City School District seeks tutors for K-12 students needing specialized instruction in a 1:1 environment. Tutors are assigned to students on a case-by-case basis and tutoring continues until completion of assignment. Successful, certified candidates will possess a strong ability to: 

  • Connect with students and families in a 1:1 learning environment

  • Communicate with District office staff regarding assignments, attendance, etc.

  • Teach within their certification area of instruction: elementary, secondary, or special education.

  • Provide students with the regulatory instructional time (2 hours of instruction daily grades 7- 12 for a maximum of 10 hours a week; 1 hour of instruction daily grades 1-6 for a maximum of 5 hours a week). 

  • Pick up and return all instructional assignments and materials in a timely fashion.

  • Accept student assignments when contacted – tutors teach all subjects the student is taking and work with teachers to continue students’ coursework. Lab work will need to be completed for students taking Living Environment or Earth Science.

  • Communicate professionally at all times, with students and families.

  • Serve as facilitator of learning, maintaining contact with parents and District office officials.

Applicant must pass a required Civil Service Exam.

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Jessica Poyer, Director of Teaching & Learning, at jpoyer@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5506. 

Substitute Teacher Grades K-12

Norwich City School District is actively recruiting for hard-working, dependable individuals to be a part of our Substitute staff. Looking for applicants that are flexible with their hours and understand the potential for short-notice contact. NCSD is recruiting for substitutes in the following areas:

Substitute Teacher Grades K-12*

*All applicants must apply directly with the Norwich City School. 

Substitute Teachers:  
To apply as a Substitute Teacher, please complete the 
Substitute Teacher Application. 

For additional information regarding any of our substitute teacher positions, contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, (607) 334-1600 x5504

Support Staff

Cleaner

The Cleaner position requires working knowledge of materials and equipment used in the cleaning of buildings including solvents and other chemicals; ability to operate a variety of equipment relative to cleaning activities including dry and wet vacuums, carpet cleaners and floor strippers/buffers; ability to read labels and instructions relative to safe use of chemicals and cleaning materials and equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; willingness to perform custodial and other manual tasks; thoroughness; dependability; physical condition commensurate to meet the demands of the job.

NCSD offers an excellent benefit package to include health, dental and vision coverage.

TO APPLY:

To apply, please complete the Norwich City Civil Service Application and submit directly to: 

Norwich City Civil Service Commission

1 City Plaza

Norwich, NY 13815. 

For more information contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5504. 

School Bus Driver

The School Bus Driver position requires good knowledge of driving safety practices and traffic laws and regulations; ability to operate a bus under difficult driving and road conditions; ability to understand and follow simple oral and written instructions; ability to get along well with children and achieve their respect; mental alertness; dependability and physical condition commensurate with the demands of the job.

Applicants must be eligible for the appropriate level of NYS Driver License; be at least 21 years of age and satisfy the requirements for School Bus Driver under NYS Department of Education Regulations.

TO APPLY:

To apply, please complete the Norwich City Civil Service Application and submit directly to: 

Norwich City Civil Service Commission

1 City Plaza

Norwich, NY 13815. 

For more information contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5504. 

School Lunch Cook Manager

The School Lunch Cook Manager position requires thorough knowledge of the modern methods of large scale cooking and baking; the use and care of kitchen equipment and utensils; good knowledge of cleaning materials and sanitation procedures; ability to plan work efficiently for the economic use of food supplies and equipment; ability to follow written and oral directions and to use quantity recipes; and physical condition commensurate with demands of the position.

Position requires at least two years of satisfactory experience in large scale food preparation.

TO APPLY:

To apply, please complete the Norwich City Civil Service Application and submit directly to: 

Norwich City Civil Service Commission

1 City Plaza

Norwich, NY 13815. 

For more information contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5504. 

Secretary I

The Secretary I position requires thorough knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment; thorough knowledge of business arithmetic; good knowledge of the principles and techniques of office management; ability to handle administrative details independently; ability to maintain filing system; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to maintain neat and accurate records; and ability to interact with the public. Applicants must meet the following requirements a) graduate with an associate’s degree in related field and two years of clerical experience, b) graduate from high school or GED and four years of clerical experience, or c) an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Applicant must pass a required Civil Service Exam.

TO APPLY:

To apply, please complete the Norwich City Civil Service Application and submit directly to: 

Norwich City Civil Service Commission

1 City Plaza

Norwich, NY 13815. 

For more information contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5504. 

Teaching Assistant

Norwich City School District is located at the center of Chenango County with a student population of 1,800 and a total staff of 400. We are a student-centered, technology rich District with excellent facilities. We enjoy strong community support and parent engagement shown through our exceptional academic, extra-curricular activities and athletics program. We support the concept that the school is at the heart of our community and strive for our students to embrace and reach their academic and personal goals.

 The Position

Applicant must hold a certificate as a NYS Certified Teacher or Teaching Assistant.

TO APPLY:

To Apply: Please submit a Professional Application with your online OLAS application – the Online Application System for Educators:

https://www.pnwboces.org/olas

For more information contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5504. 

Substitute Support Staff

Norwich City School District is actively recruiting for hard-working, dependable individuals to be a part of our Substitute staff. Looking for applicants that are flexible with their hours and understand the potential for short-notice contact. NCSD is recruiting for substitutes in the following areas:

  • Substitute Bus Driver*

  • Substitute Bus Aide*

  • Substitute Support Staff Grades K-12*

TO APPLY:

To apply, please complete the Norwich City Civil Service Application and submit directly to: 

Norwich City Civil Service Commission

1 City Plaza

Norwich, NY 13815. 

For more information contact Lauren Van Beers, Personnel Secretary, at lvanbeers@norwichcsd.org, or call 607-334-1600 x5504. 

2022-2023 Winter Coaching

Available Positions:

NCSD is actively looking for Coaches to fill positions for the 2022-2023 school year. Coaching applicants should fulfill the following requirements: CPR/AED/First Aid, certificate of completion of Child Abuse Identification Workshop, School Violence Prevention Workshop, DASA Training Information and fingerprint clearance.

Applicants who are not physical education teachers are required to complete the following courses: Sport Specific Theory and Techniques, Health Science of Coaching and Philosophy, Principles and Organization of Athletics in Education.

  • Varsity Head Girls Basketball Coach

  • Varsity Head Boys Basketball Coach

  • Varsity Head Wrestling Coach                                  

  • Varsity Head Boys Swimming Coach

  • Varsity Head Winter Cheerleading Coach                

  • Varsity Head Indoor Track Coach

  • Varsity Head Bowling Coach                                    

  • JV Head Boys Basketball Coach

  • JV Head Girls Basketball Coach                               

  • JV Head Wrestling Coach

  • Modified Head Boys Swimming Coach                    

  • Modified Head Boys Basketball Coach

  • Modified Head Girls Basketball Coach                     

  • Modified Head Wrestling Coach

  • Track Assistant Coach

To Apply:

For additional information regarding any of our coaching positions, contact Joe Alger, Director of Athletics, at jalger@norwichcsd.org, (607) 334-1600 x1453

Deadline for Applications:  October 4th, 2022

Start the coaching application process by using the following link: https://forms.gle/AiUHKaWWy5J1bP3o7

Or Scan the QR Code:

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