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    Sabine ISD does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, military status, genetic information, or on any other basis prohibited by law. 

    Job Openings

     


    Substitute Needs (10-1-20): The cafeteria is looking for substitutes . . . this would be a "call as needed" position and must be willing to work at any campus. Sub's tasks would consist of assisting in food prep, serving students and cleaning. Hours would vary. Please pick up a substitute packet at the Superintendent's office or if you are already on our sub list, please contact Tracy Calvit (903-984-8564, ext. 204 or tcalvit@sabineisd.org) to be added to this department. 


    High School Economics/Government Teacher (Posted 6/28/22)

    Sabine Independent School District is seeking applicants for the position of full-time high school Economics and Government starting in the fall of 2022.

    Current Texas Educator Certification in Secondary Social Studies (9-12).

    Salary: Based on local salary schedule.

    You can obtain an application from the Sabine web site (www.sabineisd.org, click on the Employment link) or call 903-984-8564, ext. 204 or email tcalvit@sabineisd.org to have one mailed/emailed to you. A resume and letter of application may be faxed to 903-984-6108.

    Application Deadline: until position is filled.


    Instructional Aide (posted 7/5/22)

    Gregg County Special Education SSA is accepting applications for an Instructional Aide for students with special needs at the Sabine Elementary Campus.  Training will be provided.  Completion of Paraprofessional Institute is preferred but not required.  Applicant should have good communication skills, be organized, and be able to work with limited supervision. 

    An application can be obtained online at www.sabineisd.org.  Please send resume and application to the following address or email to vthornton@sabineisd.org

    Gregg County Shared Service Arrangement

    Attn: Vicki Thornton, Director of Special Education

    5303 Old Hwy 135 N.

    Gladewater, TX 75647

    Phone: 903-984-4416 or 903-981-0591


    Instructional Aide (posted 6-6-22; updated 7/5/22)

    Gregg County Special Education SSA is accepting applications for an Instructional Aide for students with special needs at the Adaptive Behavior Unit in White Oak, TX.  Training will be provided.  Completion of Paraprofessional Institute is preferred but not required.  Applicant should have good communication skills, be organized, and be able to work with limited supervision. 

    An application can be obtained online at www.sabineisd.org.  Please send resume and application to the following address or email to vthornton@sabineisd.org

    Gregg County Shared Service Arrangement

    Attn: Vicki Thornton, Director of Special Education

    5303 Old Hwy 135 N.

    Gladewater, TX 75647

    Phone: 903-984-4416 or 903-981-0591


    School Librarian Aide (Posted 5/24/22)
     
    Qualifications: Educational Aide Certification
     
    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: The role of the librarian aide is to provide library services to students and teachers by making available materials, equipment, and resource information which not only enrich and support the total school curriculum, but which also initiate and extend learning beyond the boundaries of the school setting.
     
    Local salary schedule

    Application Deadline: until position is filled

    Applications are available on the school's web site (www.sabineisd.org) - click on the Employment link or call 903-984-8564 to have one mailed to you. Applications and resumes may be faxed to Tracy Calvit at 903-984-6108 or by e-mail to tcalvit@sabineisd.org.


    SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER FOR ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR UNIT (Posted 5/13/22)

    QUALIFICATIONS:   Bachelor’s Degree, special education certification as required by Texas Education Agency regulation

    SUPERVISOR:                 Principal to whom assigned;  Director of Special Education

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    The role of a teacher, in responding to the unique needs of the individual student, is to interact effectively with each component of the educational setting within the framework of the philosophy and objectives established by board policy, consistent with statutes and standards of regulatory agencies, and in accordance with administrative regulations and procedures, to create an educational environment which is conducive to learning and which provides opportunities, strengthens areas of weakness, and extends positive values to each facet of life.  The teacher:

    1. Cooperates with other teachers in planning and implementing the instructional program for the student assigned to him
    2. Works with the principal and supervisory staff in identifying and solving problems related to student behavior
    3. Assesses student needs with regard to the instructional goals and objectives
    4. Utilizes teaching techniques and classroom strategies to accommodate the various learning styles and behavior of students
    5. Assists in the selection of programs, equipment and materials to meet the needs of his students
    6. Supervises paraprofessionals, aides, and volunteers assigned to classroom
    7. Performs effectively assignments relating to record keeping, reporting, and textbook accounting
    8. Utilizes furniture, equipment, and facilities in the most effective manner to support the instructional and behavioral program
    9. Interacts with students, teachers, and administrators to promote a positive school image to enhance the teaching-learning process
    10. Promotes positive community relations through effective communication and involvement of community members
    11. Performs other duties and functions as assigned by the principal

    PLEASE COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL APPLICATION FOR POSITION ON THE SABINE ISD WEBSITE.    PLEASE DIRECT ANY QUESTIONS TO vthornton@sabineisd.org


    EDUCATIONAL DIAGNOSTICIAN (Posted 4/7/22)

    Gregg County Special Education Shared Service Arrangement is currently seeking applicants for the FULL-TIME position of EDUCATIONAL DIAGNOSTICIAN for the 2022-2023 school year (187-day contract).

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    1. Valid Texas Teaching Certificate
    2. Educational Diagnostician certification
    3. At least three years of teaching experience 
    4. Experience as an Educational Diagnostician preferred

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To function under the direct supervision of the Director of Special Education
    2. To select and administer assessment instruments to referred students and prepare a comprehensive written assessment of the results obtained
    3. To interpret appraisal results at IEP team meetings
    4. To assist the instructional staff in developing and implementing education plans
    5. To maintain eligibility files and ensure that standards of eligibility are met
    6. To serve as a member of the IEP team for ARD meetings
    7. To collect appropriate appraisal data to be used for various local, state, and federal reports
    8. To assume responsibility for specific tasks delegated by the Director of Special Education

    SALARY: Determined by the Management Board

    ON-LINE APPLICATION PROCESS AT:  www.sabineisd.org

    For further information, contact:

    Gregg County Special Education SSA

    5303 Old Hwy 135 N

    Gladewater, TX  75647

    (903) 984-4416 or (903) 981-0591

    Attn: Vicki Thornton, Director of Special Education

    vthornton@sabineisd.org  

    DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION: Until position is filled