This position serves as the Partnership Agreement Liaison (PAL) to provide services to support the Partnership District initiatives. Responsibilities of the position includes working with identified Local Education Agencies (LEAs), district partners i.e. intermediate school districts, other educational agencies and community organizations to promote collaboration and networking to meet local needs. This position includes working in collaborative teams to help ensure that goals identified in the District Partnership Agreement are met within the defined time frame.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a master's degree in a field of education.
Three years of administrative or consultative experience in the field of K-12 or early childhood education, including one year equivalent to an Education Consultant P13.
Additional Requirements and Information
Note: Two seperate PAL positions are being filled with this posting supporting the following schools/academies:
David Ellis Academy, Gee Edmonson Academy, Southwest Detroit Community Schools, Wayne-Westland Community School District, River Rouge Schools, Henry Ford Academy and Ecorse Public Schools
Genesee STEM Academy, Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System, Muskegon Public Schools, Pontiac Schools, and William C. Abney Academy, and Saginaw Preparatory Academy
Some positions may require a current or past possession of a Michigan's teacher's certificate or one comparable to the one issued in Michigan.
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The Michigan State Employees Retirement System (MSERS) is separate from the Michigan Public School Employees Retirement System (MPSERS). If you are currently a MPSERS retiree, there should be no impact to your MPSERS pension due to employment with the Michigan Department of Education. If you are currently eligible for a MPSERS retirement benefit and become the successful candidate for this position, you should contact the Office of Retirement Services (ORS) to determine any impact if you elect to immediately begin receiving your MPSERS retirement benefit.
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