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School-Based Health Services Coordinator

Job Functions:
Position is responsible for providing highly skilled technical and administrative training to school district special education administrators and therapists in the utilization of KSBA’s EzEdMed treatment documentation and claiming software. Position also provides program administration support to special education administrators and markets services to potential new client school districts. Additional duties may include responding to Medicaid claims support inquiries from school district special education administrators and therapists; claims entry; Medicaid reimbursement software system testing and configuration; monitoring rejected claims; reporting issues to school districts; and scheduling, coordinating and conducting training events and meetings in support of KSBA’s Medicaid Service.
 
Job Requirements:
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree; 3-5 years of successful administrative support experience; 3 years of experience or familiarity with state and federal special education/IEP regulations; proficiency in MS Office (Outlook, Excel, Word); excellent presentation, communication and marketing skills; professional demeanor and conduct as this position deals with confidential and sensitive matters; technical writing and internet research skills, including the ability to define and quickly resolve claims application and software issues; excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Moderate travel throughout the state, with occasional evening and weekend work.
 
Job Preferences: 
(EzEdMed program experience; HIPAA and FERPA records confidentiality and security; and Medicaid/Third Party reimbursement healthcare billing or administration experience preferred).

Full-Time Position; Full Employee Benefits Provided, including Kentucky Teachers' Retirement membership.

Interested individuals meeting ALL requirements may submit cover letter, resume, current references,
college transcripts, and salary/history requirements to:
Kathy Amburgey, HR Manager
Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA)
260 Democrat Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
502.783.0078

  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
KSBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Board Team Training Coordinator
Position Description:

Full-time Frankfort-based position is responsible for assisting with developing, coordinating and/or delivering board team professional development services and conference programming which includes maintaining accurate training records and responding to member/others’ inquiries. Position also assumes responsibility for development and management of the KSBA Online Learning Center.

Position Requirements:
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in education or related field; a minimum of three (3) years of experience in development and/or delivering professional development; superior interpersonal, communication and diplomacy skills (both oral and written); computer proficiency in Microsoft Office; ability to maintain accurate and detailed records; experience in managing program budgets; and the ability to multi-task and work under tight deadlines. Work involves moderate in-state travel, with occasional evening and weekend work, including overnight stays.

Position Preferences:

Working knowledge and/or direct experience of local school board member service, district procedures, operations/governance; experience with technology-based learning strategies.

Competitive salary and benefits, including Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement membership.

Interested individuals meeting ALL requirements
may submit cover letter, resume, current references (with email addresses) and salary/history requirements to:
Kathy Amburgey, Human Resources Manager
Kentucky School Boards Association
260 Democrat Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
Kathy.Amburgey@ksba.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
KSBA is an equal opportunity employer

Staff Attorney/Legal Training Services

Job Functions:

Full-time Frankfort-based position is responsible for developing, organizing and presenting on-site and distance learning training sessions and preparing training material relevant to Kentucky school district governance and related school law issues. Position also assists in reviewing and drafting legislative language.
 
Job Requirements:

Licensed to practice law in Kentucky; a minimum of three years of school law experience; proficient legal research skills (hard copy and electronic format); proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.); exceptional reasoning skills with the ability to make sound decisions and judgment; superior interpersonal, communication and diplomacy skills (both oral and written); and the ability to manage a demanding workload under tight deadlines with minimum supervision. Work involves moderate in-state travel, with occasional evening and weekend work, including overnight stays.

Job Preferences:

Working knowledge and/or direct experience of school district procedures and operations; and familiarity with the Kentucky education community.

Full-Time Position; Full Employee Benefits Provided, including membership in the Kentucky Teacher’s Retirement System.
 
Interested individuals may submit a cover letter, legal writing sample (preferably reflecting a legal training function if available), resume, current references, and salary history/requirements to:

Kathy Amburgey, Human Resources Manager

Kentucky School Boards Association

260 Democrat Drive

Frankfort, KY 40601

Kathy.Amburgey@ksba.org

Applications accepted until position is filled

KSBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Other
Director of the KY Center for Instructional Discipline
 

The Kentucky Center for School Safety, located at Eastern Kentucky University, is seeking applicants for the position of Director of the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline:

The Director of the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline (KYCID) will manage day-to-day operations of the Center, including statewide implementation of a positive, proactive, instructional discipline approach. Specific personnel management tasks shall include active supervision and daily communication with staff; active supervision and support to Area Coordinators, PBIS Specialists and school/district teams involved in PBIS implementation; problem-solving activities; implementation of state three-tiered training philosophy; development and use of evaluation processes; management of overall operating budget; and pursuit of additional funding sources (e.g., grants, contracts, etc.). KYCID will support the strategic priorities for the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) while sustaining the implementation of PBIS in the schools and districts across the Commonwealth.  This position requires a Master’s degree in Education or related discipline from a regionally accredited or internationally recognized institution as well as three years of related experience.  Applicants must display an extensive understanding or content experience in positive, proactive instructional discipline.  For questions, please contact Toni.Wells@eku.eduInterested candidates must apply online to requisition number 0618408 at https://jobs.eku.edu.

Energy Manager

Henry County Schools

Energy Manager

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Position is to assist area districts with responsibilities as required by KRS 160.325.  This includes assisting with the district energy committee, as well as implementation and maintenance of district Energy management Plan, utility bill analysis, building energy assessments and reviewing existing building operation procedures.   This position will be key to supporting Energy Teams at the individual school level, as well as communicating efficient energy usage practices and achievements to faculty, staff, students and the community.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor's degree in science, engineering, business, education or related field required.  Prior energy or facilities management and collaborative process facilitation experience preferred.   Salary is commensurate with experience.  Candidates must possess strong oral and written communication, team-building, organizational, analytical, and project management skills.   Additionally, they must work to cultivate goodwill and use diplomacy to gain and retain the respect of district personnel and other education professionals.

 Applications will be accepted beginning Thursday, November 19, 2015 until position is filled.

Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is required.

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