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1275Northern Suburbs ILFederal & State Monitoring
This position performs work ranging from moderate complexity applying practices and technical expertise in areas of accounting, audit, financial management and continuous improvement; as a member of a team, regularly coordinates monitoring programs with Local Education Agencies, Regional Offices of Education, Intermediate Service Centers and other clients for the purpose of determining fiscal and programmatic compliance with applicable federal and state rules and regulations, agency guidelines and the enhancement of the quality of the programs. This position reports to the Division Administrator. (This position will work primarily in the northern suburbs of Chicago. Residency for this position is required within one of the following counties – Boone, Winnebago, Lake, or McHenry - to commence no later than 30 days following date of hire.)​
  • ​As a member of a team and regularly as the team coordinator: 
    • initiates development of monitoring objectives and scope; 
    • initiates development of the monitoring program or checklist; 
    • reviews programmatic documentation to ensure compliance with state and/or federal laws, program regulations and guidelines for all types of state and federal education programs as assigned; 
    • coordinates the team’s monitoring work according to time budget; 
    • compiles and writes detailed documentation for work performed including findings, conclusions and recommendations according to standards and assists others in same; 
    • assists the monitoring team in completing the review; 
    • develops and drafts findings; 
    • performs quality control review of the teams work; 
    • ensures adequate resolution of quality review questions; and 
    • complies with professional standards. 
  • Suggests and participates in training opportunities to improve individual skills, knowledge and abilities. 
  • Assists in the planning and coordination of division activities including operational enhancements, data storage and retrieval, analysis of data and makes recommendations to the Division Administrator. 
  • Participates in workshops, conferences and task forces to disseminate information related to the monitoring function. 
  • Serves on project teams as approved by the Division Administrator. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 

​Knowledge of school business financial practices and procedures. ​

  • ​Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Auditing, Finance or School Business Management or a Bachelor’s Degree in one of the above areas plus two years of relevant professional experience, or coursework which enables candidate to take the CPA examination in the state of Illinois plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION) 
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in accounting, auditing, finance or business management in the compliance and regulatory environments. 
  • Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated ability in accounting, auditing, finance, or financial management practices and procedures. 
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills. 
  • Demonstrated ability to define problems and apply problem solving techniques to complex issues. 
  • Demonstrated ability working in compliance and regulatory environments. 
  • Demonstrated ability and success in conducting multi-task assignments and meeting deadlines. 
  • Must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word. 
  • Must be proficient in Excel. 
  • Demonstrated ability in adhering to established policies and procedures. 
  • Valid Illinois Driver’s License and extensive travel required. 
IFSOEYesFederal and State MonitoringStage 1Federal and State MonitoringOpen Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.6/8/2018 12:04 PMBILDILLI LORI
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741Springfield OfficeSchool Business Services
This position provides specialized services primarily in the area of fire prevention and safety. This position reports to the Division Administrator of School Business Services.
  • Analyzes and processes documents for the Health/Life and Safety Program 10 Year Safety Survey and amendments and School Construction Program applications. 
  • Consults with architects and district administration as necessary. 
  • Provides technical assistance to external constituents regarding the Health/Life and Safety Program, School Construction Program, and School Safety Drill Act. 
  • Verifies building conditions and capacity for the facility condemnation and School Construction Program. 
  • Maintains and updates Health/Life and Safety, School Construction, School Safety Drill websites. 
  • Makes presentations at regional superintendents’ and other seminars/workshops. 
  • Develops and reviews legislation with the assistance of regional superintendents and external constituents. 
  • Performs special projects as needed. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 
  • Master’s Degree in Architecture or Engineering field or Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or Engineering field plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION) 
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) working with a company in the construction or renovation of buildings. 
  • Ability to read building plans. 
  • Knowledge of code standards. 
  • Critical thinking skills. 
  • Ability to research building standards and specifications. 
  • Travel required. 
IFSOEYesSchool Business ServicesStage 1School Business ServicesOpen Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.3/24/2017 4:50 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1411North Chicago SuburbsSchool Business Services
This position provides specialized consultative services in the primary areas of finance and business services. (This position will work primarily in McHenry, Lake, Northern Cook, or DuPage County. Residency for this position is required within one of these counties to commence no later than 30 days following date of hire.) This position reports to the Division Administrator of School Business Services.
  • Provides technical assistance to Regional Offices of Education (ROEs), district personnel, other administrative entities, and Agency staff using a variety of indicators (e.g., annual financial report data, financial assurance and accountability system data, financial profile information, etc.).
  • Serves as primary contact on financial matters related to cost analysis, business management, general facilities information (e.g., maintenance and capital issues) and budget development, including all aspects of revenues, (e.g., state aid, transportation, special education, vocational education, etc.), short and long-term debt expenditures and financial reporting.
  • Conducts financial and trend analysis of school districts and other administrative entities, particularly financially distressed districts (e.g., oversight panel monitoring) to track their fiscal solvency and compliance with rules, regulations and generally accepted accounting procedures.
  • Assists in the ongoing development, implementation and assessment of training, technological capacity and technical assistance procedures to assist ROEs, school district personnel and other administrative entities improve their financial management practices.
  • Recommends the development of broad, state-wide financial management and fiscal policies and procedures.
  • Makes recommendations for technological systems development at the division level.
  • Functions as a team member and/or team leader for diverse agency, center, and division teams.
  • Coordinates fiscal, staffing and material resources to complete assigned projects.
  • Coordinates efforts with interdisciplinary team members for the completion of assigned projects for divisional activities.
  • Monitors projects and activities of team members.
  • Assists so that projects are on schedule and completed with assigned timelines.
  • Collects and analyzes data and compiles reports for review, executive approval and implementation.
  • Applies technical expertise in areas of accounting and financial management to research, develop and implement project assignments.
  • Assists in the development of divisional information systems and the gathering of division planning data.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master’s Degree in Accounting, Auditing, or School Business Management or Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of professional experience (in addition to education requirements) in accounting, auditing, or school business management.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of accounting, auditing, and financial management practices and procedures.
  • Knowledge of resources allocation and project coordination involving teams.
  • Knowledge of school business financial practices and procedures.
  • Considerable knowledge of information systems.
  • Extensive knowledge of computers, database, and spreadsheet applications.
  • Demonstrated ability in accounting, auditing, and financial management.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to define problems and apply problem-solving techniques to complex issues.
  • Travel required.
IFSOEYesSchool Business ServicesStage 1School Business ServicesOpen Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.3/24/2017 4:50 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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102Springfield OfficeTechnology Support & Infrastructure

​ISBE is looking for experienced talent to add to our IT team! This position will work collaboratively with IT staff to manage ISBE’s web presence and SharePoint environments.  This position will be part of a dynamic and innovative team responsible for providing the infrastructure necessary to support sophisticated education technology architecture.  This position functions under general supervision and reports to an IT Division Supervisor.

  • Supports, configures, develops, troubleshoots and manages the overall health of ISBE’s web presence and SharePoint infrastructure.  
  • Maintains and administers SharePoint services, including search, content hub, business intelligence and workflows.  
  • Develops, configures and maintains document libraries, enterprise lists and site collections. 
  • Maintains operating system, SharePoint patches, service packs and cumulative updates. 
  • Provides, installs and administers production, development and testing environments for web services, report servers, FTP servers, media servers and load balancers that serve the ISBE public web presence. 
  • Handles various web administrative duties, including configuration, server performance, application performance monitoring/tuning, log management, security scanning and traffic analysis. 
  • Assists developers with content deployment, site moves/copies and works collaboratively on web presence and SharePoint projects. 
  • Manages SharePoint end user accounts, permissions and access rights in accordance with privacy and security best-practices. 
  • Defines, implements and manages retention policies for document libraries and network archiving.  
  • Assists with software development project plans, including scope, schedule and implementation. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 
  • Web server farm administration with a concentration on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 and greater.
  • Microsoft.net and classic ASP application configurations including application pooling, SSL certifications, session state, caching, and forms authentication of both secure and non-secure web servers.
  • Web application architectures for N-Tier applications.
  • Relational database and operating systems experience with SQL Server database, SSRS integration and reporting solutions.
  • Understanding of Windows Server Administration as related to reporting server configurations.
  • General knowledge of networking – IP, DNS, and load balancing.
  • General understanding of the management of service applications, web applications, site collection administration, and backup/restore.
  • Experience using SharePoint designer and deploying solutions.
  • One of the following degrees (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION):
    • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or other specific IT or computer field, plus two years of relevant professional experience; or
    • Bachelor's Degree in any field, plus four years of relevant professional experience; or
    • Associate's Degree in any field plus six years of relevant professional experience.
  • Experience with SharePoint fundamentals including out of the box web parts, lists, content types and workflows.
    • Demonstrated understanding of SharePoint administration.
    • Experience with Microsoft Windows Server configurations.
  • Strong written and oral communications skills.
  • Ability to work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
  • Ability to quickly master new tools and technologies.
  • Ability to work independently on issues and projects and to participate cooperatively on group projects.
  • Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
IFSOEYesTechnology Support and InfrastructureStage 1Technology Support and InfrastructureOpen Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.2/24/20171/19/2018 12:17 PMBILDILLI LORI
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Springfield or Chicago Office

The Illinois State Board of Education Professional Capital Internship program offers energetic and highly-motivated undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to gain experience with the Agency that serves the Illinois State K-12 educational system.

This internship will integrate academic study with Agency responsibilities. Interns must possess self-motivation to permit professional development. Placements will be assigned throughout divisions within the Agency in areas such as Assessment and Accountability, Budget and Financial Management, Communications, Career and Technical Education, Educator Effectiveness, Federal and State Monitoring, Fiscal Support Services, Funding and Disbursements, Human Resources and Labor Relations, Information Technology, Internal Audit, Legal, Nutrition and Wellness, School Business Services or Special Education Services.

All interns will complete an Internship Agreement with the Illinois State Board of Education, pass a background check, participate in Orientation process and complete an Internship Experience Assessment.

  • Independently researches and prepares for review, policy documents, grant proposals, instructions, notices, memorandums, general rules and operating procedures as requested
  • Assists in preparing monitoring systems, spreadsheets, budgets, transactions, etc.
  • Conducts audits and/or program evaluations
  • Maintains records and logs as directed by Management
  • Performs other duties as assigned
  • Currently enrolled in an accredited higher educational institution pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in the following fields: Accountancy, Business, Career and Technical Education, Education, English as a Second Language, Human Resources, Information Technology, Nutrition and Wellness, Special Education or other related field.
  • Ability to work independently
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
  • Contribute to decision-making as part of a team
  • Time management and multitasking skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Suite and web-based platforms
  • Undergraduate junior, senior or graduate student
YesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/5/2017 3:08 PMBILDILLI LORI
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1248North/Central IL - Winnebago, Ogle, LaSalle, Lee, Dekalb CountiesSchool Business Services

​This position provides specialized consultative services in the primary areas of finance and business services.  (This position will work primarily in Winnebago, Ogle, LaSalle, Lee, or DeKalb county.  Residency for this position is required within one of these counties to commence no later than 30 days following date of hire.)  This position reports to the Division Administrator.

  • Provides technical assistance to Regional Offices of Education (ROEs), district personnel, other administrative entities, and agency staff using a variety of indicators (e.g., annual financial report data, financial assurance and accountability system data, financial profile information, etc.).
  • Serves as primary contact on financial matters related to cost analysis, business management, general facilities information (e.g., maintenance and capital issues) and budget development, including all aspects of revenues, (e.g., state aid, transportation, special education, vocational education, etc.), short and long-term debt expenditures and financial reporting.  
  • Conducts financial and trend analysis of school districts and other administrative entities, particularly financially distressed districts (e.g., oversight panel monitoring) to track their fiscal solvency and compliance with rules, regulations and generally accepted accounting procedures.
  • Assists in the ongoing development, implementation and assessment of training, technological capacity and technical assistance procedures to assist ROEs, school district personnel and other administrative entities improve their financial management practices.
  • Recommends the development of broad, state-wide financial management and fiscal policies and procedures.
  • Makes recommendations for technological systems development at the division level.
  • Functions as a team member and/or team leader for diverse agency, center, and division teams.
  • Coordinates fiscal, staffing and material resources to complete assigned projects.
  • Coordinates efforts with interdisciplinary team members for the completion of assigned projects for divisional activities.
  • Monitors projects and activities of team members.
  • Assists so that projects are on schedule and completed with assigned timelines.
  • Collects and analyzes data and compiles reports for review, executive approval and implementation.
  • Applies technical expertise in areas of accounting and financial management to research, develop and implement project assignments.
  • Assists in the development of divisional information systems and the gathering of division planning data.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • ​Master’s Degree in Accounting, Auditing, or School Business Management or Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of professional experience (in addition to education requirements) in accounting, auditing, or school business management.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of accounting, auditing, and financial management practices and procedures.
  • Knowledge of resources allocation and project coordination involving teams.
  • Knowledge of school business financial practices and procedures.
  • Considerable knowledge of information systems.
  • Extensive knowledge of computers, database, and spreadsheet applications.
  • Demonstrated ability in accounting, auditing, and financial management.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to define problems and apply problem-solving techniques to complex issues.  
  • Travel required.
IFSOEYesSchool Business ServicesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.5/19/20175/19/2017 12:49 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1560Springfield or Chicago OfficeEquity & Access

This position provides leadership and advocates for equity for all students, in particular addressing the needs of English Learners; integrates and executes the policies and expectations of the State Board of Education.  The executive Director for Equity and Access directs, oversees and administers programs, operations and staff; provides leadership and support to school districts, and other educational organizations throughout Illinois; provides leadership in cross functional division work (e.g., ESSA); monitors and develops center budget; provides leadership and guidance in all activities involving English Learners, immigrant and migrant students, and underserved students in low wealth school communities.  This position provides leadership and resources to achieve equity and access for all students across all Illinois districts through engaging legislators, school administrators, teachers, students, parents, and other stakeholders in formulating and advocating for policies that enhance education, empower districts, and ensure equitable outcomes for all students. 

  • Establishes and develops new division for leading with equity and access for all underserved students with specific attention to the integration of Title III and Title I services and accountability for English Learners. 
  • Determines measures of success of our equity and access work, monitors regularly and initiates interventions and support linked to findings in areas such as, but not limited to:
    • Culturally and Linguistically Affirming Curriculum
    • Explicit pedagogy for addressing language acquisition
    • Professional Learning/Development
    • Relevant research
    • Civil Rights Obligations
    • Grant Management
    • Implicit racial/cultural  bias and macroaggressions
  • Develops capacity for Division of English Language Learners and ISBE staff to recognize that all students bring strengths and assets to school.
  • Provides leadership in the development and implementation of policies and initiatives for English Learners, migrant and immigrant children, and underserved students.
  • Is conversant with the research base and uses it to promote practices that value cultural and linguistic diversity for all students with effective professional learning approaches in content topics listed above.
  • Develops ISBE's grant monitoring capability to prioritize student outcomes and target District assistance where it is needed most, which will also require the development of staff's ability to provide insightful and comprehensive support and advice to districts where needed.
  • Engages internal and external partners to support districts in their efforts as they engage in addressing equity and access in learning and leverages the integration of grant processes in Titles I, II and III to support cultural and linguistic diversity, academic achievement and well-being.
  • Works cooperatively and collectively with districts, Regional Offices of Education, school leaders and teachers to ensure that instructional programs and effective delivery are informed by data with a continuous feedback loop for growth.
  • Designs, plans and implements learning opportunities such as workshops, forums, and listening sessions for students and families in collaboration with schools and districts and for state wide application.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • ESL licensure or bilingual certification.
  • Familiarity with the WIDA ELP Assessment system, which includes ELP standards, assessments and professional learning.
  • Master's Degree in Education; graduate work in second language acquisition research, theory and practices required.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • A minimum of five years of experience leading and managing effective program implementation for underserved students and designing and implementing professional learning, in or related to a preK-12 education system.
  • Experience managing staff and developing teams for high performance with a collaborative leadership approach.
  • Teaching experience with English language learners (ELLs).
  • Commitment to biliteracy/multiliteracy goals for all students.
  • Commitment to change process with continuous improvement.
  • Extensive experience with federal and state grant management.
YesEquity & AccessStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.7/21/20176/11/2018 10:20 AMBILDILLI LORI
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1620Chicago OfficeSpecial Education Services

​This position is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of programs which impact on the services to students who have or are suspected of having a disability; monitors and approves programs; participates in the review and recommendation for approval of contracts, grants or projects; acts as a communication link between various public entities; provides programmatic consultation and assists in the overall division facilitation of activities for the purpose of improving educational programs.  This position reports to the Division Administrator.

  • Assists in the administration of the public and nonpublic special education facility system including evaluation and approval of nonpublic special education facility applications; annual review and revision of the application forms and process; developing recommendations for improvements in the policies, procedures and rules for the program; and serving as a communication link and technical assistant resource to nonpublic special education facilities, school districts and others.
  • Serves as team leader and team member on review visits to nonpublic special education facilities to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations, including analysis of data, development of investigative plans, on-site data collection, interviewing of personnel, analysis of findings, preparation of reports with corrective action plans and oversight of follow-up activities.
  • Participates in the division’s regulatory functions of general supervision and serves as an agency representative on and provides technical assistance regarding collection and reporting of data, including the development and implementation of activities associated with the State Performance Plan and Board goals.
  • Participates in the development and ongoing review/revision of publications, documents and other materials that are required to carry out the agency’s activities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned, including participating in professional development activities to improve knowledge and skills.
  • Teaching and/or Administrative Certificate.
  • Required experience within the last five years.
  • Experience with nonpublic special education facilities.
  • General experience working with students from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.
  • Experience in a variety of educational settings.
  • Master’s Degree in Special Education, Education, Educational Administration, or Pupil Personnel Services (School Counselor, School Psychologist, School Social Worker) or a Bachelor’s Degree in one of these areas plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) providing education, special education, or pupil personnel services to students with disabilities in public or nonpublic elementary and/or secondary schools.  
IFSOEYesSpecial Education ServicesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.9/15/20176/8/2018 12:00 PMBILDILLI LORI
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1268Springfield or Chicago OfficeRegulatory Support & Wellness

​This position collaborates and consults with ISBE wellness team, Illinois school districts, and relevant service providers in all efforts designed to build differentiated supports for the promotion of school wellness.  This position reports to the Division Administrator and Division Supervisor. 

  • Collaborates with other wellness team members (i.e., school nurse, school health, nutrition, social emotional and behavioral health and other health education consultants) as well as cross divisional ISBE staff.
  • Researches, develops, and disseminates wellness and health (social, emotional, behavioral and physical) information with an emphasis on establishing and strengthening collaborative partnerships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Write grants, reviews proposals, awards funds and participates on advisory councils/panels/task forces as appropriate.
  • Assists in the identification, recommendation and implementation of state and local policy and procedure changes to promote service coordination and linkage, cross-system data collection and sharing, and other infrastructure-building and sustaining activities associated with the integration of health and wellness programming.
  • Participates in the design and implementation of the data collection, reporting and evaluation systems.
  • Serves as an agency representative and provides technical assistance regarding the safe and supportive components within the SEA (State Education Agency) ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) plan.
  • Collaborates in the development of all overall health and wellness learning supports training and technical assistance activities for schools, community and other agencies.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • General working experience with students from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.
  • Experience in a variety of educational settings.
  • Spanish language proficiency.
  • Master's Degree in Education, Social Work, School Psychology, School Counseling, School Nursing or Mental Health or a Bachelor's Degree in one of the listed fields plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in school-based or school-linked wellness services or programs.
  • Two years of experience in coordinating projects and training activities.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability using a computer.
  • Demonstrated ability using Microsoft Office products.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • Must have a valid IL Driver's License and the ability to travel.
IFSOEYesNutrition and Wellness ProgramsStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.9/18/20172/2/2018 2:17 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1374Western SuburbsFederal & State Monitoring

This position performs work ranging from moderate complexity applying practices and technical expertise in areas of accounting, audit, financial management and continuous improvement; as a member of a team, regularly coordinates monitoring programs with Local Education Agencies, Regional Offices of Education, Intermediate Service Centers and other clients for the purpose of determining fiscal and programmatic compliance with applicable federal and state rules and regulations, agency guidelines and the enhancement of the quality of the programs. (This position will work primarily in western suburbs.  Residency for this position is required within one of the following counties - DuPage, Cook, Kendall or Kane - to commence no later than 30 days following date of hire.)  This position reports to the Division Administrator.

  • As a member of a team and regularly as the team coordinator: 
    1. initiates development of monitoring objectives and scope;
    2. initiates development of the monitoring program or checklist;
    3. reviews programmatic documentation to ensure compliance with state and/or federal laws, program regulations and guidelines for all types of state and federal education programs as assigned;
    4. coordinates the teams monitoring work according to time budget;
    5. compiles and writes detailed documentation for work performed including findings, conclusions and recommendations according to standards and assists others in same;
    6. assists the monitoring team in completing the review;
    7. develops and drafts findings;
    8. performs quality control review of the teams work;
    9. ensures adequate resolution of quality review questions; and
    10. complies with professional standards.
  • Suggests and participates in training opportunities to improve individual skills, knowledge and abilities.
  • Assists in the planning and coordination of division activities including operational enhancements, data storage and retrieval, analysis of data and makes recommendations to the division administrator.
  • Participates in workshops, conferences and task forces to disseminate information related to the monitoring function.
  • Serves on project teams as approved by the Division Administrator.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Knowledge of school business financial practices and procedures preferred.
  • Master's Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Auditing, Finance or School Business Management or School Administration, or a Bachelor's Degree in one of the above areas plus two years of relevant professional experience, or coursework which enables candidate to take the CPA examination in the state of Illinois plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in accounting, auditing, finance or business management in the compliance and regulatory environments.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated ability in accounting, auditing, finance, or financial management practices and procedures.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to define problems and apply problem-solving techniques to complex issues.
  • Demonstrated ability working in compliance and regulatory environments.
  • Demonstrated ability and success in conducting multi-task assignments and meeting deadlines.
  • Must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word; must be proficient in Excel.
  • Demonstrated ability in adhering to established policies and procedures.
  • Valid Illinois Driver's License and extensive travel. 
IFSOEYesFederal and State MonitoringStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.9/18/20179/18/2017 10:00 AMBILDILLI LORI
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398Springfield or Chicago OfficeEarly Childhood

​Reporting to the Deputy Superintendent for Teaching and Learning, provides leadership and advocates for equity for all students; integrates and executes the policies and expectations of the State Board of Education; directs, oversees and administers programs (e.g., Early Childhood Block Grant programs), operations and staff; provides leadership and support in programming and compliance for districts and other educational organizations throughout Illinois; provides leadership in cross-functional division work (e.g., ESSA); monitors and develops center budget.

  • Provides leadership and directs the overall functions and programs of the division.
  • Provides leadership, support, and resources in response to district needs.
  • Monitors and evaluates the activities of division supervisor and staff to insure the application and direction of agency policies, state/federal rules, guidelines and fiscal accountability.
  • Represents and speaks accurately on behalf of the State Board of Education to school districts, educational organizations, other state/federal agencies, committees and the public concerning the interpretation of agency policies, procedures or actions.
  • Initiates and models active and collaborative leadership in cross-functional division work with demonstrated improved outcomes for all children (e.g., Early Childhood Block Grants).
  • Develops and recommends policies, programs, procedures, and plans to ensure compliance with legislation and to improve the effectiveness of program implementation with demonstrated improved outcomes for students.
  • Works with staff to develop and manage grants, contracts and budgets.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master's Degree in Education.
  • Experience with project management as a team leader or team member working simultaneously on multiple projects.
  • Master's Degree.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Five years of experience in early childhood education.
  • Three years of experience supervising staff. 
  • Familiarity with federal and state education laws pertaining to early childhood education.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work with a variety of educational stakeholders
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
YesEarly ChildhoodStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.10/27/201710/27/2017 10:26 AMBILDILLI LORI
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1619Springfield OfficeSpecial Education Services

​This position provides services for the fiscal and programmatic implementation and monitoring of state and federally funded education programs.  Coordinates and/or participates as a member of a team of consultants in the development and/or revision of program guidelines, RFPs, rules, procedures and the provision of technical assistance and oversight, etc., to ensure the effective implementation of the programs.  Provides technical assistance to program participants regarding implementation of the programs, and seeks to improve the quality of their programs.  This position reports to the Division Administrator.

  • Assists in implementing and monitoring state and federally funded grant programs to ensure their effectiveness and compliance with all applicable programmatic and fiscal regulations. 
  • Provides technical assistance to district personnel, assisting in the promulgation/revision of program rules and regulations and their implementation and monitoring to ensure effective fiscal and programmatic management. 
  • Conducts and participates in workshops, conferences, committees and task forces to disseminate information and to guide agency policy development regarding implementation of grant programs. 
  • Develops, prepares and disseminates program related materials such as applications/requests for proposals, instructions for completion of applications, program monitoring probes and other materials that assist school district staff in successful implementation of programs.
  • Serves as the agency representative on and provides technical assistance regarding collection and reporting of state assessments data including the development and implementation of activities associated with this indicator of the state performance plan.
  • Assists in the accomplishment of the division's regulatory functions of general supervision, including compliance reviews, complaint investigations, policy and procedures reviews, and others as necessary.
  • Performs other duties as assigned, including participating in professional development activities to improve knowledge and skills.
  • Master's Degree in Education.
  • Experience as an educator or administrator.
  • Experience in the delivery of professional development.
  • Experience with budgets.
  • Elementary or secondary education experience in the last five years. 
  • Master's Degree or a Bachelor's Degree plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) working with policy analysis, program evaluation, assessment, budgets, grants management, business, or staff development.
  • Fiscal knowledge of state and federal grant programs.
  • Ability to provide technical assistance using collaborative approach.
  • Ability to present complex information to groups.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
IFSOEYesSpecial Education ServicesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.11/14/20177/17/2018 2:41 PMBILDILLI LORI
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1591Springfield OfficeSpecial Education Services

This position interprets and executes the policies and expectations of the State Board of Education as directed.  Directs, oversees and administers programs, operations and personnel within the division.  Provides leadership and direction to educational bodies throughout the state.  Serves as liaison between divisions and outside educational and professional entities.  This position reports to the Division Administrator.

  • Coordinates and oversees the accomplishment of division functions and general supervision responsibilities including implementation of the State Performance Plan, Board of Education goals, and support for schools and districts.
  • Directly oversees fiscal and district supports services.
  • Supervises and assists in the evaluation of staff performance within the division, including the development of individual staff goals, ensuring timelines are met, and equitable distribution of responsibilities.
  • Assists in establishing and coordinating division goals, activities and policies in collaboration with divisions across the agency and serves as a liaison between divisions within the agency and with educational organizations to share information, including making presentations and representing the agency at local and national conferences.
  • Assists in the development or changes/revisions in legislation and rules/regulations, and oversees the development of guidance documents.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Degree in Education or Special Education.
  • Type 75 Administrative Certificate.
  • Experience in supervising staff.
  • Master's Degree or a Bachelor's Degree plus two years of relevant professional experience.   (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in special education personnel preparation, certification or professional development programs.
  • Experience within the last five years in education at the local, state or university level.
  • Experience working with special and general education teachers and administrators.
  • Experience in the design and implementation and/or delivery of professional development and technical assistance in relevant areas.
  • Experience managing projects and/or special assignments.
  • Experience developing written materials such as reports and technical assistance documents.
  • Experience with fiscal management or grants management. 
  • Basic knowledge of general educational practice in addition to specialized knowledge regarding special education certification.
  • Knowledge of research methodologies and ability to analyze, interpret and apply results, including application to teaching and learning practices.
  • Ability to define programs and apply problem solving techniques to complex issues.
  • Ability to coordinate the completion of projects and programs and work effectively with diverse teams.
  • Ability to present complex information to both lay and technical audiences.
  • Demonstrated skills in written and oral communication.
ExemptYesSpecial Education ServicesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.12/22/201712/22/2017 9:45 AMBILDILLI LORI
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1310Springfield or Chicago OfficeSpecial Education Services

​This position is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of programs which impact the services to students who have or are suspected of having a disability; monitors programs; acts as a communication link between various publics; provides programmatic consultation and assists in the division’s overall activities related to the support and improvements of educational programs. This position reports to the Division Administrator of Special Education Services.

  • Participates in statewide program development activities and provides programmatic technical assistance to educators, administrators, parents, organizations, other agencies and the community on recommended educational practices and special education service delivery in the disability areas of Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Deaf-Blind. 
  • Serves as the agency representative on and provides technical assistance to the Blind/Visually Impaired Advisory Council and various councils and committees. 
  • Serves as the agency representative on and provides technical assistance regarding collection and reporting of statewide assessment outcomes data including the development and implementation of activities associated with this indicator of the State Performance Plan. 
  • Assists in the accomplishment of the division’s regulatory functions, including complaint investigation, policy and procedures review, and others as necessary. 
  • Participates in the development and ongoing review/revision of publications, documents and other materials that are required to carry out the division’s activities. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned, including participation in professional development activities to improve knowledge and skills.
  • Licensure in Deaf/Hard of Hearing. 
  • General experience working with students from diverse social and cultural backgrounds. 
  • Experience in a variety of educational settings. 
  • Knowledge of methods, practices and procedures for serving students with disabilities from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.
  • Master’s Degree in Special Education, Education, Educational Administration, Pupil Personnel Services (School Counselor, School Psychologist, School Social Worker) or Rehabilitation Services, or a Bachelor’s Degree in one of these areas plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION) 
  • Training in the area of Deaf/Hard of Hearing. 
  • Two years of experience (in additional to education requirements) providing education, special education, or pupil personnel services to students who are deaf/hard of hearing and/or deaf-blind required. 
  • Working knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations regarding students with disabilities. 
  • Competency in sign language. 
  • Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing. 
  • Knowledge of current issues and best practices in the field of special education. 
  • Knowledge of methods, practices and procedures for serving students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment.
IFSOEYesSpecial Education ServicesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.1/17/20181/17/2018 2:42 PMBILDILLI LORI
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1605SpringfieldInformation Systems

​ISBE is looking for a new Technical Lead to add to our Information Technology team. Reporting to the Director of Information Systems, the position will provide day-to-day management of the agency’s Business Intelligence and data visualization projects. Provides guidance and acts as consultant to other divisional directors and administrators in the recommendation of Business Intelligence and data visualizations solutions. Performs reporting analysis for ongoing and proposed division projects. Represents division at agency meetings.

  • Leads Business Intelligence development team engaged in a wide range of data analytics and metrics optimization for agency's data warehouse projects.
  • Performs advisory and technical functions in the analysis, design, coding, and deployment of Business Intelligence and data visualizations solutions.
  • Assists with setting priorities and deadlines for team work assignments
  • Coordinates work assignments and staffing to effectively meet agency goals, objectives and priorities as established by management.
  • Monitors analytics and metrics results on team solutions.
  • Maintains a high level of individual technical competency.
  • Stays current with changes in technology and the methodology for Business Intelligence and data visualizations solutions.
  • Assists with developing policies and procedures for the analysis and reporting of data warehouse project data.
  • Maintains documentation of policies, procedures and solutions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master's Degree.
  • A minimum of one year of development in Microsoft Power BI or related technologies. 
  • Working knowledge of computer operating systems such as Windows 7 or 10.
  • Working knowledge of Office 365.
  • Software development experience.
  • Master's Degree in Computer Science, Business, Communications or other computer field or a Bachelor's Degree in one of these fields plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • A minimum of five years of Information Technology experience with two of those years in Business Intelligence related work.  
  • Excellent listening, oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to efficiently manage simultaneous projects and re-prioritize workloads for multiple teams.
  • Ability to think logically, interpret problems, present creative solutions with clarity and precision, and deliver results.
  • Ability to work independently, yet quickly assimilate into a team atmosphere to participate on interdivisional assignments.
  • Ability to resolve employee conflicts and complaints, mentor staff, and coach toward excellence.
  • Ability to translate technical and complex information and instructions into common, user-friendly terms.
  • Capable of quickly adapting to change and various agency demands.
IFSOEYesInformation SystemsStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.2/5/20182/5/2018 9:07 AMBILDILLI LORI
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451Springfield OfficeCollege & Career Readiness

This position performs duties associated within the division and in support of career and technical education, the Illinois Learning Standards for Math, middle and secondary school transformations, multiple state and federal grant/contract programming.  This position reports to the Director.

  • Works with division staff, cross-functionally, and with grantees in support of state and federal grant administration to ensure program effectiveness and compliance. 
  • Provides leadership, math expertise, and guidance in support of middle and secondary school transformation; and supports ISBE and other educational agencies as it pertains to the establishment, development, and review of math materials, resources, assessments, and instructional support services.
  • Serves as agency math liaison in support of the Illinois Learning Standards for Math. 
  • Works to integrate math standards with career and technical education and competency based education.
  • Continually reviews and upgrades the strategic plan for math rigor and provides leadership in math curriculum, assessment, and resources. 
  • Provides technical assistance and guidance for alignment of local curricula and assessment to the math standards for learning, competency based education, and career and technical education.
  • Develops and writes Requests for Proposals, collaborates with ISBE staff, prepares and reviews grant reports, communicates with grantees, performs technical assistance and monitoring visits, supports division functions.
  • Develops, organizes, directs, and participates in professional development, workshops, conferences, and committees in support of the Illinois Learning Standards for Math, middle level and secondary transformations, competency based education, the state plan, and agency mission, vision, goals. 
  • Effectively communicates internally and externally on behalf of the agency.
  • Facilitates and collects data, data analysis and evaluation.
  • Provides assistance on data driven continuous improvement strategies. 
  • Collaboratively reviews policies, procedures, rules, and legislation to ensure program compliance and improve overall effectiveness of programming in order to improve outcomes for students. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Grant management and/or budget experience.
  • Master's Degree in Education or Bachelor's Degree in Education plus two years of teaching experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Must hold an Illinois Educator License and Math Endorsement.
  • Two years of teaching experience (in addition to education requirements) in K-12 schools and/or administrative experience at the K-12 level.
  • Experience with the Illinois Learning Standards for Math.
  • Experience working with committees of practicing educators to produce resources, assessments, curriculum and/or instructional materials.
  • Experience with professional development.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Illinois Learning Standards for Math.
  • Understanding of research based instructional practices and data driven performance.
  • Ability to effectively communicate both in written communication and verbally.
  • Ability to work collaboratively, and set and meet timelines.
IFSOEYesCollege and Career ReadinessStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.2/21/20182/21/2018 12:48 PMBILDILLI LORI
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1161Springfield OfficeAssessment & Accountability

​This position serves as NAEP coordinator; provides expertise in the communication, implementation, research and support of the NAEP assessment in Illinois.  This position reports to the Director.

  • Coordinates the administration of NAEP within the state in accordance with NAEP requirements.
  • Promotes understanding about NAEP and its relevance to the state assessment program, large-scale assessment, assessment systems, and assessment literacy.
  • Attends up to ten (10) meetings of the NAEP state coordinators convened by NCES including NCES-sponsored training and professional development, and pre-release workshops.  Other meetings may include reviews of NAEP assessment items and processes, the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) annual conference on large scale assessment, and NAEP coach sponsored or special interest group sponsored small group meetings, most of which will be held in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
  • Coordinates communication of NAEP information to various audiences, including state policy makers, local school district administrators, school principals, classroom teachers, parents, and the general public.
  • Coordinates and monitors quality assurance reviews of NAEP samples, student list submission, and NAEP assessment data within the state.
  • Provides technical assistance, training, and support to the state and local education agencies and other target audiences as relates to NAEP.
  • Works with other student assessment staff in design and analysis of assessment data.
  • Coordinates the analyses and interpretation of NAEP data and the preparation of state-level reports that would permit state stakeholders to draw implications for policies and/or programs at the state and local level.
  • Participates in scheduled web-based seminar trainings and information sharing sessions for the NAEP state coordinators called by NCES.
  • Cooperates with any evaluation of services and procedures authorized by NAEP and with any surveys or polls conducted at the request of NCES.
  • Coordinates the ongoing development, maintenance, and implementation of a NAEP annual work plan that incorporates the above activities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Degree in Sociology, Statistics, Economics, Educational Measurement, Educational Psychology, Evaluation, Business Intelligence, or Policy Analysis.
  • Relevant professional experience in educational or public service context.
  • Teaching or administrative experience in Illinois schools.
  • Master's Degree or a Bachelor's Degree plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Coursework in quantitative testing, statistics, measurement or evaluation.
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in quantitative statistics, measurement, or evaluation.
  • Experience in large scale assessments. 
  • Knowledge of elementary or secondary educational planning or evaluation using assessment data.
  • Good communication skills both orally and written.
  • Ability to work with educators in the field to understand qualitative and/or quantitative data.
IFSOEYesAssessment and AccountabilityStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.3/6/20183/6/2018 10:35 AMBILDILLI LORI
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568Springfield OfficeAssessment & Accountability

​This position is responsible for the development, implementation, and support of assessment and accountability programs and procedures that impact the services to students who have or are suspected of having a disability; acts as a communication link between various divisions and outside entities; provides programmatic consultation and assists in the division’s overall activities related to the support and improvement of educational resources and programs.  This position reports to the Director.

  • Provides technical assistance to program staff and consortium partners to ensure consistency in the interpretation and application of federal and state requirements for special education services as related to student assessment and accountability.
  • Serves as the agency representative and provides technical assistance regarding the collection and reporting of assessment and accountability data.
  • Contributes to the development and implementation of assessments addressing the state standards.
  • Assists in the accomplishment of the division's functions including conducting and providing technical assistance to educators, administrators, parent organizations, other agencies and the community on agency and division initiatives, projects and requirements.
  • Participates in the development, ongoing review/revision, and presentation of publications, documents, presentations, and other materials that are required to carry out the division's activities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Teaching and/or administrative certificate.
  • General experience working with students from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.
  • Experience in a variety of educational settings.
  • Knowledge of large scale assessments.
  • Knowledge of methods, practices and procedures for serving students with disabilities from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.
  • Second language proficiency.
  • Master's Degree in Special Education, Education, Educational Administration, Pupil Personnel Services (School Counselor, School Psychologist, School Social Worker), or a Bachelor's Degree in one of these areas plus three years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Three years of experience (in addition to education requirements) providing special education to students with disabilities in elementary and/or secondary schools.
  • Working knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations regarding students with disabilities.
  • Knowledge of methods, practices and procedures for serving students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment.
  • Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing.
  • Knowledge of current issues and best practices in the field of special education.
IFSOEYesAssessment and AccountabilityStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.3/6/20186/19/2018 2:01 PMBILDILLI LORI
193
  
1615Chicago OfficeEnglish Learners

​This position reviews and approves English learning grant applications for funding; provides technical assistance to the field, consistent with best practices and in alignment with all rules, regulations, and laws as applicable to English learners; conducts onsite monitoring visits of school districts to assure compliance with state and federal laws, rules, and regulatory provisions; produces complete monitoring reports; provides corrective recommendations to districts as necessary; manages implementation of the State Seal of Biliteracy and Commendation towards Biliteracy in Illinois; produces data reports as necessary; drafts business correspondence, papers, research, and data collection documents. This position reports to the Division Supervisor.

  • Manages the implementation of the State Seal of Biliteracy and Commendation towards Biliteracy in Illinois and produces reports to a variety of audiences as needed.
  • Develops and presents data reports aligned with English learning data as requested.
  • Reviews and approves English learning grant applications for funding.
  • Provides technical assistance to the field, consistent with best practices and in alignment with all rules, regulations, and laws as applicable to English learners.
  • Prepares, schedules, and conducts onsite monitoring visits (as assigned) of school districts to assure compliance with state and federal laws, rules and regulatory provisions.
  • Compiles and analyzes data in order to produce complete and accurate monitoring reports and responses, including recommendations to districts’ corrective action plans.
  • Assists in the planning, execution, and coordination of division activities as related to the education of English learners in the state.
  • Participates in division, center, and agency cross functional teams as designated by management.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master’s Degree in Education. 
  • Degree in Bilingual Education, English as a Second Language, Education Policy, Public Policy, or Applied Linguistics. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.). 
  • Master’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION.)
  • Coursework in bilingual education, English as a second language, or applied linguistics.
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) working in education, preferably in schools, local education agencies, or state education agencies with a significant number of English learners.
  • Familiarity with grant procedures (e.g., monitoring, technical assistance).
  • Knowledge in conducting research and/or data analysis. 
  • Ability to write, proofread, edit, and finalize professional written work products for a variety of audiences. 
  • Solid time-management abilities to efficiently manage multiple assignments with competing deadlines. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently with limited direction from management. 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to problem solve. 
  • Proficient in a language other than standard English.
IFSOEYesEnglish LearnersStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/2/20184/2/2018 9:58 AMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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709North/Central Eastern ILNutrition

​This position performs work ranging from moderate to considerable complexity applying practices and technical expertise in the areas of nutrition, financial management, and child nutrition program management; coordinates monitoring programs with local education agencies, Regional Offices of Education, and other sponsoring organizations for the purpose of determining fiscal and programmatic compliance with applicable federal and state rules and regulations, agency guidelines and the enhancement of the quality of the programs.  (This position will work primarily in North/Central Eastern Illinois.  Residency for this position is required within one of the following counties - Will, Grundy, Kankakee, Livingston, Ford, Iroquois, McLean, DeWitt, Piatt, Champaign, or Vermillion - to commence no later than 30 days following the date of hire.)  This position reports to the Division Administrator.​

  • Independently, or as a member or leader of a team, conducts monitoring reviews of school food authorities, child care centers, child care home providers and other community organizations to determine fiscal and programmatic compliance with child nutrition program rules and regulations and generally accepted business practices.
  • Initiates the development of monitoring objectives and scope.
  • Coordinates schedules and timelines related to the completion of cyclical monitoring activities. 
  • Develops and drafts findings and recommendations.
  • Compiles and writes detailed reports of work performed including findings and recommendations.
  • Performs quality control reviews of peers’ work.
  • Ensures adequate resolution of findings by participating institutions.  
  • Provides technical assistance to school food authorities, child care centers, other community organizations and agency staff.
  • Serves as a primary contact for school food authorities, child care centers, other community organizations and agency staff on fiscal, nutrition and programmatic issues related to child nutrition programs.  
  • Develops and implements project assignments.
  • Assists in the development of divisional information systems and the gathering of division data.
  • Develops and presents training to school food authorities, child care centers and other community organizations related to child nutrition programs.  
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Knowledge of food services practices and procedures.
  • Master’s Degree in Nutrition, Food Service Management, Business Administration, Accounting, Auditing or Human Services or a Bachelor’s Degree in one of the listed areas plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in nutrition, food service management, business administration, accounting, auditing, human services or conducting compliance reviews.  
  • Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated ability in nutrition, food service management, business administration, accounting, auditing, human services, or conducting compliance reviews.
  • Demonstrated ability to define problems and apply problem solving techniques to complex issues.
  • Demonstrated ability in conducting multi-task assignments and meeting deadlines.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • Must have a valid Illinois Driver’s License and the ability to travel extensively.
IFSOEYesNutritionStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/2/20184/2/2018 10:04 AMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1541Springfield OfficeData Strategies & Analytics

​This position is responsible for managing a subset of staff in Data Strategies and Analytics, the division’s data requests, FOIAs, managing reporting and collection timelines, data quality improvement efforts, and identifying and streamlining inefficient processes.  This position reports to the Director of Data Strategies and Analytics.

  • Manages division obligations and responsibilities such as reports (State Report Card, Educator Supply and Demand Report), collections (EIS, Student Health), data quality initiatives (EIS/SIS/ISTAR, Data Quality Dashboard), data requests (ad hoc request, User Guide Development), data education efforts (data FACTS), grant applications, and other projects. 
  • Monitors associated work flows, queues, and project timelines.
  • Collaborates with the Data Governance Council to standardize data operations and practices.
  • Collaborates with the Research and Analysis Manager as well as other division staff to develop and implement reporting processes and platforms.
  • Dedicates time for personal and team development and improvement.
  • Performs necessary tasks to accomplish assignments and responsibilities including, but not limited to: partnering with external stakeholders and vendors, developing new processes, gathering or developing requirements and business rules, building communication plans, developing simple tools via Excel or O365, scheduling weekly meetings, building cross-functional teams, taking notes, seeking out and testing new tools, pulling data for analysis, etc.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Policy, Psychology, Statistics, Mathematics, Sociology, Computer Science, or Economics.
  • Experience creating and building systems to operate within defined performance parameters.



  • Bachelor’s Degree.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Degree or coursework exhibiting aptitude for Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Information Technology or Economics required. 
  • Minimum of two years of experience leading or managing cross-functional teams.  
  • Experience with database modeling or programming experience with SQL, SAS, R, or Python.
  • Experience managing projects and delivering outcomes on time.
  • Experience with analyzing and developing performance metrics required. 
  • Comfortable with ambiguity.
  • Drives change and results with minimal direction.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and ability to convey complex data concepts to non-technical audience.
  • Strong listening skills and attention to detail.
  • Strong data visualization skills.
  • Ability to use incomplete data to solve problems and draw valid conclusions.
  • Ability to use SAS or R.
  • Commitment to public service and equity in public schools.
ExemptYesData Strategies and AnalyticsStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/4/20184/4/2018 11:09 AMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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55Springfield OfficeHuman Resources & Labor Relations

​This position is responsible for various staff activities related to the function of the division, which includes participation in staff meetings where bargaining/labor relations and grievance related issues are discussed; functions as the primary staff person responsible for the division switchboard; assists with payroll and insurance processes; coordinates agency blood drive; coordinates employment, termination and filing of paperwork related to agency employees; performs general clerical office duties including typing, filing, copying, faxing, and scanning materials; greets visitors; arranges meetings; handles sensitive and confidential correspondence.  This position reports to the Director of Benefits and Compensation.

  • Serves as the primary staff person responsible for the division switchboard.
  • Greets visitors and directs individuals to the appropriate staff person for assistance.
  • Opens, date stamps, logs and distributes division mail and correspondence.
  • Provides clerical assistance and support such as typing and proofing correspondence, filing, copying, faxing, mail outs, and scanning documents of a confidential nature.
  • Provides and assists employees with the completion of appropriate forms to process benefit and payroll deduction changes.
  • Performs record retention functions for the division.
  • Collects and files all employee sign sheets.
  • Maintains copy machine, fax, and other division equipment, scheduling technical assistance and repairs to equipment as needed.
  • Participates in division meetings where bargaining/labor relations and grievance related issues are discussed.
  • Participates on special projects and interview teams as assigned.
  • Assists with semi-annual agency blood drive.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • ​Some college or technical training.
  • Prior experience working in human resources with confidential documents.
  • High school diploma or equivalent. 
  • Minimum of three years of clerical/secretarial experience in an office setting involving typing, filing and computer work.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel required.
  • Experience utilizing multi-line phone system.  
  • Working knowledge of office practices and procedures.
  • Working knowledge of personal computers and software packages, such as Microsoft Office programs.
  • Excellent telephone, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to type 45 words per minute (APPLICANTS WHO HAVE NOT PASSED THE REQUIRED TYPING WILL BE CONTACTED TO COMPLETE A TYPING TEST).
YesHuman Resources and Labor RelationsStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/6/20184/6/2018 1:45 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
198
  
706Cook CountyNutrition

​This position performs work ranging from moderate to considerable complexity applying practices and technical expertise in the areas of nutrition, financial management, and child nutrition program management; coordinates monitoring programs with local education agencies, Regional Offices of Education, and other sponsoring organizations for the purpose of determining fiscal and programmatic compliance with applicable federal and state rules and regulations, agency guidelines and the enhancement of the quality of the programs.  (This position will work primarily in Cook County with assignments in collar counties within Illinois.  Residency for this position is required within one of the following counties - Cook, DuPage or Will - to commence no later than 30 days following the date of hire.)  This position reports to the Division Administrator of Nutrition Programs.​

  • Independently, or as a member or leader of a team, conducts monitoring reviews of school food authorities, child care centers, child care home providers and other community organizations to determine fiscal and programmatic compliance with child nutrition program rules and regulations and generally accepted business practices.
  • Initiates the development of monitoring objectives and scope.
  • Coordinates schedules and timelines related to the completion of cyclical monitoring activities.
  • Develops and drafts findings and recommendations.
  • Compiles and writes detailed reports of work performed including findings and recommendations.
  • Performs quality control reviews of peers' work.
  • Ensures adequate resolution of findings by participating institutions. 
  • Provides technical assistance to school food authorities, child care centers, other community organizations and agency staff.
  • Serves as a primary contact for school food authorities, child care centers, other community organizations and agency staff on fiscal, nutrition and programmatic issues related to child nutrition programs.
  • Develops and implements project assignments.
  • Assists in the development of divisional information systems and the gathering of division data.
  • Develops and presents training to school food authorities, child care centers and other community organizations related to child nutrition programs.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Knowledge of food services practices and procedures.​
  • Master's Degree in Nutrition, Food Service Management, Business Administration, Accounting, Auditing or Human Services or a Bachelor's Degree in one of the listed areas plus two years of relevant professional experience.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) in nutrition, food service management, business administration, accounting, auditing, human services or conducting compliance reviews.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated ability in nutrition, food service management, business administration, accounting, auditing, human services, or conducting compliance reviews.
  • Demonstrated ability to define problems and apply problem solving techniques to complex issues.
  • Demonstrated ability in conducting multi-task assignments and meeting deadlines.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • Must have a valid Illinois Driver's License and the ability to travel extensively.
IFSOEYesNutritionStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/16/20184/16/2018 11:28 AMBILDILLI LORI
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1309Chicago OfficeEnglish Learners

​This position reviews and approves English learning grant applications for funding; provides technical assistance to the field, consistent with best practices and in alignment with all rules, regulations, and laws as applicable to English learners; conducts onsite monitoring visits of school districts to assure compliance with state and federal laws, rules, and regulatory provisions; produces complete monitoring reports; provides technical assistance and recommendations to districts as necessary; provides technical assistance on inquiries pertaining to English learners with disabilities; develops and presents professional learning opportunities to address the needs of English learners with disabilities; drafts business correspondence, papers, research, and data collection documents. This position reports to the Division Supervisor.

  • Manages technical assistance and inquiries pertaining to English learners with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 plan.
  • Develops and presents professional learning opportunities to address the needs of English learners with disabilities.
  • Reviews and approves English learning grant applications for funding.
  • Provides technical assistance to the field, consistent with best practices and in alignment with all rules, regulations, and laws as applicable to English learners.
  • Prepares, schedules, and conducts onsite monitoring visits (as assigned) of school districts to assure compliance with state and federal laws, rules and regulatory provisions.
  • Compiles and analyzes data in order to produce complete and accurate monitoring reports and responses, including recommendations to districts’ corrective action plans.
  • Assists in the planning, execution, and coordination of division activities as related to the education of English learners in the state.
  • Participates in division, center, and agency cross-functional teams as designated by management.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master’s Degree in Education.
  • Degree in Bilingual Education, English as a Second Language, Special Education, Education Policy, Public Policy, or Applied Linguistics.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.). 
  • Master’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree plus two years of relevant professional experience. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION.) 
  • Coursework in bilingual education, English as a second language, or applied linguistics.
  • Coursework in special education.
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) working in education, preferably in schools with a significant number of English learners and Special Education students.
  • Familiarity with grant procedures (e.g., monitoring, technical assistance).
  • Knowledge in conducting research and/or data analysis.
  • Ability to write, proofread, edit, and finalize professional written work products for a variety of audiences. 
  • Solid time-management abilities to efficiently manage multiple assignments with competing deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently with limited direction from management. 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills. 
  • Ability to problem solve. 
  • Proficient in a language other than standard English. 
IFSOEYesEnglish LearnersStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.4/27/20184/27/2018 10:45 AMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1622Chicago OfficeFirst Deputy Superintendent
The Executive Director for the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Regional Office of Education (ROE) Services Division provides leadership in maintaining a strong partnership between the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and CPS.  As required in 105 ILCS 5/2-3.105, the Office of the State Superintendent serves as the Educational Service Region for Chicago Public Schools, which is managed by a mayoral appointed school board and a chief administrative officer hired by the school board.  This role is responsible for leading and fostering collaboration and cross divisional coordination to ensure the Agency exercises and performs all rights, powers, duties, and responsibilities required of a regional superintendent for CPS.  The Executive Director for CPS ROE administration will be responsible for building a structure which will support and empower CPS to ensure children and families in the district receive a robust, safe and healthy educational opportunity. 

The Executive Director of CPS ROE administration must have a strong foundation for communication, coordination, project management, and collaboration skills in addition to technical skills that are adaptable and flexible to meet continuous improvement needs.  The Executive Director must be knowledgeable about school and district systems while demonstrating active thought partnership of a multidivisional team.  The Executive Director must also understand the unique responsibilities and accountabilities of a state agency as well as the complexity of a large urban school district to provide effective leadership for efficiency, quality actions, and learning results.
  • Establishes and develops a new division responsible for acting as the ROE for CPS while being the main point of contact for the district.  
  • Helps establish an internal process for collaborative problem solving and decisions to maintain strategic thinking and actions for agency wide implications.
  • Develops a partnership between ISBE and CPS to support the district with programmatic activities related to Safe and Healthy Climate, Special Education, Competency Pilot, Federal and State Monitoring, Illinois Empower, Title Grants, Early Childhood, and other grants in collaboration with program divisions.  
  • Develops a partnership between ISBE and CPS to support the district with compliance and operational activities related to Legal (McKinney Vento), Federal and State Monitoring, School Business Services, Licensure, and Other Operational responsibilities in collaboration with program divisions.  
  • Directs the overall functions and programs of the division.  
  • Provides leadership, resources and support to address CPS needs in collaborations with all relevant divisions.
  • Provides technical assistance to CPS, parents, and students in all areas of education in collaboration with program divisions.  
  • Initiates and models active and collaborative leadership in cross functional work.  
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • A minimum of a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership or a closely related field with advanced coursework in educational systems, programs and law.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Five years of supervisory experience in public educational administration.  
  • Recent experience as a district level administrator or educational agency manager.  
  • Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, be persistent and be a proactive problem solver. 
  • Exceptional organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills.
  • Experience managing staff with a collaborative leadership approach.  
  • Sound communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Familiarity with Regional Offices of Education and Illinois’ system of Educational Service Regions.
ExemptYesStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.5/18/20185/18/2018 2:06 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1623Chicago OfficeFirst Deputy Superintendent
The Projects Administrator for the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Regional Office of Education (ROE) Services Division, in conjunction with the CPS ROE Executive Director, provides leadership in maintaining a strong partnership between the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and CPS.  This role is responsible for collaborating and communicating across divisions to ensure the Agency exercises and performs all rights, powers, duties, and responsibilities required of a regional superintendent for CPS, with a focus on the educational component.  The Projects Administrator will be responsible for providing support and technical assistance, primarily related to educational programs, to CPS to ensure children and families in the district receive a robust, safe, and healthy educational opportunity in coordination with program divisions.  

The Projects Administrator for CPS ROE administration must have a strong foundation for communication, coordination and collaboration skills in addition to technical skills that are adaptable and flexible to meet continuous improvement needs.  The Projects Administrator must be knowledgeable about school and district systems.  The Projects Administrator must also have the capacity to be an active thought partner of a multidivisional team.
  • Establishes and implements educational/programmatic support in collaboration and alignment with program divisions to CPS as it relates to ROE functions.  
  • Initiates and model collaboration with CPS in programmatic activities related to Safe and Healthy Climate, Special Education, Competency Pilot, Federal and State Monitoring, Illinois Empower, Title Grants, Early Childhood, and other grants in collaboration and alignment with program divisions.   
  • Provides technical assistance to CPS, parents, and students in all areas of education in collaboration with program divisions.  
  • Develops and maintains strong communication with CPS to support the partnership with the district in collaboration and alignment with agency values, vision, mission, goals and programs to ensure equity for serving students  
  • Initiates and models active and collaborative leadership in cross functional work.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • A minimum of a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership or a closely related field with advanced coursework in educational systems, programs and law.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of supervisory experience in public educational administration.  
  • Recent school level administrative experience.  
  • Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, be persistent and be a proactive problem solver. 
  • Exceptional organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills.
  • Sound communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Familiarity with Regional Offices of Education and Illinois’ system of Educational Service Regions.
ExemptYesFirst Deputy SuperintendentStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.5/18/20185/18/2018 2:08 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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1624Chicago OfficeFirst Deputy Superintendent
The Projects Administrator for the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Regional Office of Education (ROE) Services Division, in conjunction with the CPS ROE Executive Director, provides leadership in maintaining a strong partnership between the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and CPS.  This role is responsible for collaborating and communicating across divisions to ensure the Agency exercises and performs all rights, powers, duties, and responsibilities required of a regional superintendent for CPS, with a focus on the operational and compliance components.  The Projects Administrator will be responsible for providing support and technical assistance in collaboration and alignment with program divisions primarily related to operations and compliance, to CPS to ensure children and families in the district receive a robust, safe, and healthy educational opportunity.  

The Projects Administrator for CPS ROE administration must have a strong foundation for communication, coordination and collaboration skills in addition to technical skills that are adaptable and flexible to meet continuous improvement needs.  The Projects Administrator must be knowledgeable about school and district systems.  The Projects Administrator must also have the capacity to be an active thought partner of a multidivisional team. 
  • Establishes and implements operational and compliance support to CPS as it relates to ROE functions.  
  • Initiates and models collaboration with CPS in operational/compliance activities handled by Legal, Federal and State Monitoring, School Business Services, Licensure, and other operational areas in collaboration and alignment with program divisions.  
  • Provides technical assistance to CPS, parents, and students in all areas of education in collaboration and alignment with program divisions.  
  • Develops and maintains strong communication with CPS to support the partnership with the district in collaboration and alignment with agency values, vision, mission, goals and programs to ensure equity for serving students  
  • Initiates and models active and collaborative leadership in cross functional work.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.  
  • A minimum of a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership or a closely related field with advanced coursework in educational systems, programs and law.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of supervisory experience in public educational administration.  
  • Recent school level administrative experience.  
  • Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, be persistent and be a proactive problem solver. 
  • Exceptional organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills.
  • Sound communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Familiarity with Regional Offices of Education and Illinois’ system of Educational Service Regions.
ExemptYesFirst Deputy SuperintendentStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.5/18/20185/18/2018 2:11 PMUNDERFANGER AMANDA
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505, 509, 1287, 1641, 1642, 1643Springfield OfficeTitle Grant Administration & Federal Liaison

​This position provides services for the fiscal and programmatic implementation and monitoring of one or more state or federal funded education programs; reads and approves state and federal grant applications; participates as a member of a team of consultants providing technical assistance to districts; provides information and other resources to assure school and district compliance with the provisions of ESSA and other applicable legislation; seeks to improve overall instructional quality; serves as a point of contact and liaison with external educational services agencies and professional groups.  This position reports to the Director.

  • Performs grant evaluations and reviews and approves original and amended grant applications.
  • Assists in implementing one or more federal funded grant programs to ensure their effectiveness and assure school and district compliance with all programmatic and fiscal regulations as related to laws and grants.
  • Provides technical assistance, research, and other support services to assigned grants.
  • Provides support to schools as it relates to instructional improvement through written and verbal communication, onsite visits and monitoring as appropriate.
  • Reviews federal and state fiscal and programmatic documentation to determine implications for schools and districts, and appropriate forms for compliance and documentation required to show program goals are being met.
  • Creates, prepares, participates, and provides prepared materials for workshops, conferences, and committees in order to disseminate information.
  • Researches, collects, and provides input for policy development, guidance and monitoring of schools and districts, appropriate forms, and other documents as needed for compliance.
  • Assists in planning, execution and coordination of division activities that support federal grant programs to include quality enhancements, data storage and retrieval, internal and external communication, budgeting and analysis of legislation, and makes recommendations as appropriate or required.
  • Participates in division, agency and other training activities to improve collective and individual knowledge, skills and abilities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master’s Degree in Education, Public Administration, Business Administration, or Organizational Management.
  • Experience as an educator or administrator.
  • Experience in the delivery of professional development.
  • Experience with budgets.
  • Knowledge about strategic planning, research methodologies, organizational development and/or adult/student learning.
  • Master’s Degree or a Bachelor’s Degree plus two years of relevant professional experience.   (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of experience (in addition to education requirements) working with policy analysis, program evaluation, assessment, budgets, grants management, business, or staff development.  
  • Ability to implement grant funded programs.
  • Basic computer knowledge.
  • Ability to develop and manage budgets.
  • Ability to present complex information to lay and professional audiences effectively in formal and informal settings.
  • Ability to work effectively with and within diverse teams.
  • Ability to identify and locate resources.
  • Knowledge of working with law and grants.
  • Ability to define problems and apply problem solving techniques.
  • Ability to coordinate projects.
  • Ability to set schedules and timelines.
  • Highly effective communication skills, especially in writing and in speaking to a wide range of groups.
IFSOEYesTitle Grant Administration & Federal LiaisonStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.5/18/20188/15/2018 10:12 AMBILDILLI LORI
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464Springfield OfficeCollege & Career Readiness

​This position provides leadership and consultative services to regional systems for career and technical education; represents Illinois as the State Ag Advisor; provides federal and state grant/contract management; plans and coordinates professional learning for career and technical education with a focus on agriculture education.  This position reports to the Director.​

  • Works primarily with agriculture education with an emphasis on integration and applications aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards, Industry and Technical Skill Standards.
  • Serves as the State Ag Advisor working with Agriculture Teachers' Association and Agriculture Student Organization and the Future Farmers of America (FFA) organization.
  • Provides leadership on agriculture education.
  • Represents the state at local, regional, state and national conferences and meetings, specifically FFA, Illinois Committee for Agriculture Education (ICAE), Postsecondary Agriculture Students (PAS), and Illinois and National Associations of Vocational Agriculture Teachers.
  • Administers incentive agriculture grants and state leadership grants for agriculture.
  • Serves as point of contact for the U.S. Department of Education for agriculture education.
  • Provides communication with stakeholder.
  • Works with business and industry and other external stakeholders.
  • Coordinates state annual reports.
  • Provides technical assistance and other support services to regional systems, administrative and instructional personnel.
  • Monitors and evaluates career and technical education programs and grants through onsite visit and regular communication.
  • Provides leadership and consultative services to local and regional personnel for the development of innovative practices leading to school reform.
  • Collaboratively reviews policies, procedures, rules, and legislation to ensure program compliance and improve overall effectiveness of programming in order to improve outcomes for students, particularly in agriculture education and career and technical education.
  • Participates in agency training and professional development activities to improve support to educators.
  • Facilitates data collection, compilation, and analysis for reporting.
  • Provides assistance implementing data driven strategic planning, continuous improvement plans/models, monitoring and evaluation which improve outcomes for students in agriculture education and career and technical education.
  • Works collaboratively within division and cross-functionally to develop, implement, manage, and monitor state and federal grant programs.
  • Reviews grantee budgets for programmatic and fiscal compliance.
  • Provides leadership, expertise, and support within the division, cross divisional, and externally in support of middle and secondary school transformation.
  • Provides leadership, expertise, and support within ISBE and other educational agencies as it pertains to creation, establishment, and review of materials/resources and instructional support services within career and technical education, the Illinois Learning Standards, and competency based education.
  • Advocates for equity in programming which supports all students.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Master's Degree or a Bachelor's Degree with two years of experience in agriculture education; Illinois Professional Educator License or CTE with stipulations required.  (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
  • Two years of teaching experience (in addition to education requirements) in agriculture education and/or administrative experience in agriculture education at the K-12 level and/or postsecondary level
  • Career and technical education experience
  • Experience working with business and industry
  • Ability to work in teams and communicate effectively verbally and in writing to a variety of audience
  • Ability to provide professional learning to agriculture stakeholders.
  • Travel required.​
IFSOEYesCollege & Career ReadinessStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.5/22/20185/22/2018 10:34 AMBILDILLI LORI
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896Springfield OfficeEducator Effectiveness

​This position provides support to the Division Administrator and professional staff of the division; coordinates clerical functions within the division.  This position reports to the Division Administrator.​

  • Provides clerical support to the division by developing and preparing correspondence; arranging travel and meeting locations for the Division Administrator and professional staff; organizing and maintaining electronic and hard copy filing system for the division; preparing, monitoring and filing itineraries; establishing and coordinating scheduling of meetings for the Division Administrator.
  • Assists with division duties such as processing refunds, uploading transcripts, and serving as a phone receptionist for incoming calls.
  • Coordinates all clerical functions within the division and serves as timekeeper for the division, performing all related tasks and maintaining all documentation for audit purposes.
  • Performs all MIDAS (Management Information Database Accounting System) transactions for travel reimbursement; substitute teacher reimbursement; purchase requisitions; office sponsored workshops; and contracts for the Division Administrator, professional staff and advisory panels.
  • Serves as division liaison for records management, Finesse Phone System, and electronic payments for the agency's third party payment vendor.
  • Monitors and distributes phone schedules, incoming mail, emails, and related support staff work.
  • Serves as the inventory clerk for the division, maintaining inventory records, documenting all inventory movements and ensuring inventory control procedures are adhered to by staff.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.​
  • Some college or technical training.​​
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Two years of progressively responsible secretarial or programmatic experience in an office setting involving typing, computer work and/or other specialized training.
  • Experience interacting with external contacts via phone and email.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Positive outlook, aptitude, and willingness to learn new things and assist with division functions as needed.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Exemplar customer service skills.
  • Superb organizational skills.
AFSCMEYesEducator EffectivenessStage 1Open Until FilledMonday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.6/1/20186/1/2018 1:50 PMBILDILLI LORI
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