Curriculum Consultant/Literacy Consultant
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  • Anywhere

East Central Ohio ESC

The East Central Ohio ESC is seeking a Curriculum Consultant/Literacy Specialist to work with member districts to recommend, develop and implement curriculum services.  This position will also provide leadership in the planning and delivery of staff development programs that improve teaching and student learning outcomes.  Based primarily in the Guernsey County area, the Curriculum Consultant/Literacy Specialist will work with districts across our five county region.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education or related field is required; Master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction and/or Administrative Leadership preferred
  • Valid Ohio license or certification appropriate for the assignment
  • Record free of criminal violations that would prohibit public school employment
  • Expertise in the identification and use of instructional strategies and curricular materials that address the educational needs of service-area districts
  • Proven professional teaching experience/leadership
  • Valid Driver’s License



The following duties and responsibilities are representative of performance expectations, but are not considered all-inclusive:

  • Works with district administration to direct the delivery and continuous improvement of curriculum and instruction services deemed essential
  • Monitors legislative activities, educational initiatives, and technology innovations; works with district to update administrative guidelines/procedures to comply with state educational policies and procedures
  • Serves on service-area school district curriculum committees.
  • Works to develop and evaluate curriculum for all K-12 course offerings, books; reviews books, equipment and other instructional material as necessary
  • Provides feedback and assistance to teachers and administrators to facilitate improvement and innovation in the classroom
  • Serves as a liaison and information resource for curriculum and instruction programs
  • Helps with the organization and implementation of curriculum and programming for summer school intervention initiatives as requested
  • Works with staff in identifying learner needs through the selection and/or creation of appropriate assessments and the collection/use of data related to those assessments
  • Monitors testing programs and provides recommendation for instructional modifications or interventions that enhance student learning and improve test performance
  • Plans, supports, coordinates and evaluates professional development opportunities for teachers, academic coaches and administrators to improve teaching and student learning outcomes (i.e., methods, skills, commitment, etc.)
  • Encourages staff to develop and implement innovative instructional activities in the classroom
  • Assists with resident educator mentoring programs as needed
  • May participate in staff selection and evaluation processes as requested
  • Supports program initiatives and helps to prepare grant/program proposals when requested
  • Collects, enters and verifies program data as directed
  • Prepares and submits reports, records and related data in a timely manner


Interested candidates should submit a resume and letter of interest for consideration.

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