School Examiner Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for a School Examiner is $73,596 a year and $35 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a School Examiner is between $52,934 and $90,669.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Interviews, examines, and evaluates qualifications of applicants for teaching positions in public school system, using guidelines established by school district and state education licensing codes: reviews and evaluates construction of written examinations to ensure that questions meet district's testing standards.
Confers with other members of staff in order to coordinate district's teacher recruiting efforts.
Reviews transcripts and interviews candidates to ascertain qualifications for positions within district.
Corrects and scores essay portions of examinations, utilizing knowledge of teaching methods.
Authorizes preparation of paper work assigning teaching candidates to positions.
Analyzes reports and statistical data on criteria used to select, examine, and recruit teaching staff to ensure that methods conform to predetermined policies, standards, and codes, and recommends procedure revisions as needed.
Informs candidates of employment possibilities within district.
May evaluate qualifications of candidates applying for other certificated positions within district.
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School Examiner Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Paraeducator (LTS for remainder of 2018-2019 school year)
Windsor, United States
Windsor Public Schools
High School Diploma Prior experience working with special needs children desirable Successful completion of college level coursework or passing of examination as required by the No Child Left Behind ...
Includes disassembly of instruments, using hand tools, and examining parts for defects. * Keep QA ... At least one year post-high school education in electronics, electrical engineering, or similar ...