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CESA 12 is currently searching for team members in the areas listed below.  

Please see listings for specific application information.

Data Warehouse Support Specialist

WISEdash Local is seeking a Data Warehouse Support Specialist to join our team!

Job duties will include the integration and reporting of Wisconsin Information System for Education (WISE) data to our member districts and our operations board. You will continuously develop, implement and support the WISEdash Local consortium’s data warehouse across our member district using reporting tools to collect, maintain and report on multiple datasets to enhance K-12 student learning and assure adherence to guidelines and regulations for federal, state, and local reporting requirements.

 
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. SQL experience; analyzes end-user needs and designs metrics and dashboards to support those needs; understanding of application security as it relates to providing access to content within the Dashboard, such as metrics or linked Business Objects report

  2. Familiarity with Javascript, Visual Basic, and JSON.

  3. Provide technical expertise in the diagnosis and resolution of tickets in WISEdash Local’s Helpdesk.

  4. Experience with Microsoft Active Directory; structure, navigation, objects, etc.

  5. Experience with Google products such as Drive, Docs, Sheets, Gmail, Meet, Calendar, and other Workspace applications.

  6. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, etc.)
  7. Ability to effectively work in a team environment, including planning & troubleshooting.

  8. Ability to communicate technical concepts and information to non-technical audiences. Participate in the interaction with clients, vendors, and user groups as required.

  9. Thorough knowledge of database architecture and tuning; experience in programming and stored procedures; understanding of version control requirements and implications.
  10. Provide support for critical systems during normal business hours and occasionally outside of normal business hours when required.

  11. Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects under the pressure of deadlines. Capable of working independently and efficiently on several tasks simultaneously.

  12. Familiarity with Wisconsin’s K-12 “business rules” environment, district data reporting, and communicating with a range of customers including state and federal partners; able to apply data warehouse concepts and standards to new designs within this framework.

The preceding list of responsibilities is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary by the project’s developments.


WORKING CONDITIONS

Applicants will work from home and must have reliable Internet Service. Position requires adaptability. Some inflexible deadlines, some time on the weekends and evenings in excess of regular-scheduled workdays may be required if the system(s) experience downtime. Position requires sitting, standing, walking, carrying, lifting, filing, hearing, speaking, writing, keyboarding, extended prolonged exposure to the video display terminal, and reading off of a computer monitor.  May require occasional travel using your own transportation.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

This non-represented statewide position reports to the WISEdash Local Operations Board and Database Administrator. CESA 12 is the employer, however, work location to be determined with telecommuting and work-from-home options.


COMPENSATION

Compensation and benefits shall be provided by the Fiscal Agency, with approval of the Operations Board. This position is a full-time position. Salary to be negotiated based upon qualifications and experience. Benefit and fringe package includes Health, Dental, and Life Insurance, State Retirement System employer contributions, paid sick leave and paid vacation leave, and a gym membership reimbursement perk.

 

The starting wage is $35,000-$45,000 depending on experience.


Please send your resume, cover letter, and three letters of recommendation to:

Sarah Nelson, CESA 12, sarahn@cesa12.org, 715-685-1839

Address: 618 Beaser Ave., Ashland, WI 54806



CESA #12 is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will make reasonable accommodations for applicants.

 

Speech/Language Pathologist (SLP)

Cooperative Educational Service Agency #12 is accepting applications for a Speech & Language Pathologist for the 2021-22 school year. 

 

Qualified applicants must identify and provide services to students who have communication disorders in the areas of understanding and expressing language (relative to vocabulary, grammatical rule structures, and functional use of language) as well as the development of sounds, appropriate voice quality and fluency. Applicants must demonstrate understanding of school-based practices and know how to support school teams in understanding the link between language and curriculum.

 

Qualified applicants must have a Master’s degree (M.A.) in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from a school accredited by the American Speech Association. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction License #820 or the ability to obtain one; Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) certificate is preferred. School based therapy experience is also preferred. This position will serve multiple school districts, so the applicant must have a valid driver’s license and a dependable vehicle.  The ability to work efficiently is a must.

 

CESA #12 works to provide cooperative educational services that help school districts meet the needs of their local communities.  Our agency serves 17 school districts from Minnesota to Michigan and south to Sawyer and Price counties.  The CESA #12 office is located in Ashland, WI, on the shores of the Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior.  The area provides a wealth of opportunities for outdoor recreational activities in a beautiful setting. 

 

CESA #12 is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will make reasonable accommodations for applicants.

Fiscal Program Assistant 1

 

JOB GOAL (General Statement of Duties)
Performs routine and general bookkeeping and clerical tasks. Overall objective are set by the Fiscal Coordinator.

 

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
Performs a variety of clerical tasks in keeping basic financial accounts and records.  This is entry and/or full performance work of routine difficulty verifying, recording and processing financial and related data.  Positions allocated to this class as an entry level carry out established procedures, and apply departmental policies and regulations in maintaining routine fiscal records, including auditing vouchers or related documents of a restricted variety, checking codes for accuracy, legality and propriety against Agency standards.  Positions allocated to this level as a full performance capacity are those positions that may operate data entry terminals to post and distribute routine fiscal data or that function in a cash collection and disbursements capacity accepting fees, payments, or related payment procedures a majority of the time.  Work is performed under immediate or regulated supervision.

 

REPORTS TO

  1. Fiscal Coordinator

  2. CESA #12 Administrator

 

RESPONSIBILITIES (Examples of Work- Illustrative Only)

  1. Maintain ledger accounts of routine nature, which involves copying a variety of financial transactions and posting to proper accounts.

  2. Receive cash, checks and payments by mail or in person for varied charges.

  3. Receive, code, record, and deposit Agency revenues.

  4. Audit and process requisitions, including examining for adherence to proper codes and established policies.

  5. Prepare account balances of grants or similar fiscal appropriations.

  6. Process health and dental for (NSDT)

  7. Assist higher level personnel in maintaining fiscal records.

  8. Enter accounting or related data into computer.

  9. Makes corrections when necessary.

  10. Post and distribute routine cash charges and credits to various accounts.

  11. Prepare various financial reports for review.

12       Operate various office machines.

  1. Keyboard, file, and perform a variety of clerical duties.

  2. Answer telephone inquiries, relay messages to appropriate personnel.

15       Does related work as required including setting up for meetings and operational needs of the Agency.
16       Keyboard, mail and distribute checks.

  1. Other duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS (Training and Experience)

  1. Knowledge of basic bookkeeping, record keeping and business math.

  2. Knowledge of office practices and procedures, terminology and equipment.

  3. Keyboarding and office machine operation skills.

  4. Ability to maintain accurate and complete records and prepare clear and detailed reports.

  5. Ability to communicate verbally with staff and users of service.

  6. Graduation from high school with courses in keyboarding and basic bookkeeping. or any combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, credential file, and references to: Dominick Madison, Agency Administrator, CESA #12, 618 Beaser Ave., Ashland, WI 54806.

 

APPLLICATION DEADLINE:  Applications accepted until position is filled.

 

Part time position/$19.00 an hour.

 

For additional information please contact Dominick Madison at (715) 685-1831 or dominickm@cesa12.org

 

CESA #12 is an Equal Opportunity Employer
And will make reasonable accommodations for applicants