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School Psychologist or School Psychologist Intern

Red Lake Schools
Red Lake, MN
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Position Overview: A school psychologist or school psychologist intern provide direct and indirect educational and mental health services to students from prekindergarten through grade 12 / age 21. They consult and collaborate with parents, educators, and other professionals to create supportive learning and social environments for all students. The school psychologist or intern provides support in the identification, evaluation and implementation of programs and services for students with special
needs. *A school psychologist intern will be supervised by and work under the direction of a licensed School Psychologist. Qualifications/Requirements: 1. Be licensed as a School Psychologist in the state of Minnesota, have the ability to become licensed in Minnesota, or be enrolled in and have at least three years completed in a training program approved by the National Association of School Psychologists and have the ability to receive a permanent or temporary license from the Minnesota Professional Educators Licensing and Ethics Board
2. Demonstrate skills within each of the ten domains of service outlined in the Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services.
3. Display good communication and organizational skills and demonstrate a cooperative and collaborative attitude
4. Maintain professional personal appearance
5. Show willingness to assist where needed and have the ability to establish good working relationships with a variety of people, including colleagues, students, parents, and community members Major Position Duties: 1. Direct and Indirect Services for Children, Families, and Schools
a. Student-Level Services
i. Early Intervention / Pre-Referral Activities
1. Screen, review records, and interpret findings
2. Consult with child study and problem solving teams to
a. Use data to determine appropriate evidence-based practices for use with
specific studen
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Cashier

The Home Depot
Redby, MN
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Cashiers play a critical customer service role by providing customers with fast, friendly, accurate and safe service. They process Checkout and/or Return transactions, as well as monitor and maintain the Self-Checkout area. They proactively seek product/project knowledge to provide customers with information and identify selling opportunities. They follow all policies and procedures to ensure that shrink is minimized. A Head Cashier will position Cashiers and support them by expediting price checks, approving Point of Sale transactions and markdowns for mainline registers, Self-Checkout, Returns, Pro Desk, Special Services, and Tool Rental. They provide first level escalation for customer issues and assist in the supervision, coaching and training of other Front End Associates by participating in the training of new Cashiers and utilizing all available tools to coach and develop other Cashiers. The preferred qualification for a Head Cashier is 1+ years of Cashier experience.
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Software Engineer

National Security Agency
Little Rock, MN
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Responsibilities

The NSA Story

The National Security Agency (NSA) exists to obtain insight into foreign adversaries' plans and intentions and protect our U.S. cybersecurity interests. We provide national security insights and threat warnings to government decision-makers and eradicate cybersecurity threats.

How You Can Contribute

Do you desire to do something bigger than yourself? Do you want your job to matter to you and to others? You can do that by providing the technical capabilities necessary to successfully execute NSA's mission to protect our Nation. The increased complexity of supporting NSA's mission requires world class researchers, programmers, and developers who operate in teams in software engineering, information technology infrastructure, high performance computing, data science, architectures, cybersecurity, and networking in order to design and develop advanced tools, techniques, and systems. You can be part of that team!

Given the pace of technologies and myriad of adversaries in the cyber realm and foreign nation state actors, software engineers at the NSA develop the technologies and abilities to maintain our advantage in national defense and information gathering. Software engineers develop the systems needed to manage data (collect, extract value, route, etc.) at scale, build user interfaces, protect the nation's systems, and identify and develop support infrastructure as a service provider to the agency and Intelligence Community.

Responsibilities

* Creating secure applications that scale from small platforms to globally interconnected data centers
* Identifying and retrieving the most important pieces of information out of 100s of petabytes of data
* Leveraging open source software
* Integrating off-the-shelf and government developed software
* Conducting cybersecurity evaluations of system/architecture components
* Designing, dev
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Owner operated Team Drivers grossing $10,000+ Weekly. Doing 4,000+ miles Per Week

Pink Panther Inc.
Redby, MN
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Physician

Indian Health Service
Red Lake, MN
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Pharmacist (Resident) PGY1

Department of Health and Human Services
Red Lake, MN
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Ojibwe Language and Culture Teacher

Red Lake Schools
Red Lake, MN
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JOB PURPOSE: The Ojibwe Language Specialist or Teacher shall structure and implement culturally-focused activities and curriculum to facilitate student learning of Ojibwemowin. The specialist / teacher shall provide opportunities for increased student engagement, will foster students' sense of self and pride in their heritage and history, and will increase district staff's knowledge of Ojibwemowin and their ability to integrate this knowledge into their curriculum.
QUALIFICATIONS The Ojibwe Language Specialist or Teacher shall: 1. Meet one of the following education/experience requirements:
a. Hold a Bachelor's Degree and hold or be willing to work toward a valid Minnesota teaching license which may
include Eminence Credentials -and- have relevant experience or relevant background knowledge in teaching
Ojibwemowin in a K-12 setting. Applicants with this combination of education and experience will be
considered for an Ojibwe Language Teacher position.
b. Have relevant post-secondary education -or- successful experience teaching Oibwemowin -and- have
relevant background knowledge that will readily translate to successful teaching of Ojibwemowin in a K-12
setting. Applicants with this combination of education and experience will be considered for an Ojibwe
Language Specialist position.
2. Demonstrate a strong moral character and impeccable work ethic.
3. Show willingness and excitement in working with Native American children and youth.
JOB DUTIES AND REPONSIBILITES 1. Develop and implement Ojibwemowin Language lessons and activities with a wide variety of K-12 students and staff.
2. Document the work listed in Item #1 to assist in the development of a K-12 cultural curriculum.
3. Consult with and work alongside district staff to integrate Ojibwemowin into daily instructional routines, expectations, and curriculum.
4. Coach peers in connecting Ojibwemowin
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Bus Driver

Red Lake Schools
Red Lake, MN
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Major Position Duties:

1. Drive school bus in accordance with laws, rules and regulations established by the State of Minnesota and/or the school district.
2. Make daily pre-trip inspections according to policy.
3. Follow proper warm-up and cool down procedures for diesel buses.
4. Schedule bus maintenance.
5. Maintain fuel supply in tanks and other fluids.
6. Clean bus inside and out.
7. Report in writing any bus deficiencies or repairs as needed.
8. Follow route schedules, time changes as established by the transportation department.
9. Maintain current bus rider lists, mileage and route schedules and necessary maps and reports.
10. Notify the transportation department of route changes that may be advantageous to the District.
11. Fill out discipline reports and file with office when necessary.
12. Account for all students during emergency situations.
13. Monitor student behavior, enforcing all rules within adopted administrative procedures.
14. Attend meetings and in-service trainings as required.
15. Provide transportation department with necessary information for emergency call-up.
16. All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Requirements:
1. High school diploma or GED
2. Must possess a First Aide Certificate.
3. Must possess a Commercial Driver's License with bus endorsement.
4. Knowledge of pre-trip inspection procedures.
5. Knowledge of school bus mechanical operations and performance.
6. Knowledge of school bus laws, rules and regulations of the School District and State of Minnesota governing the delivery of children.
7. Knowledge of emergency procedures, two-way radio, road and highway hazards.
8. Knowledge of District policy regarding student discipline
9. Ability to follow directions an

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Music Teacher

Red Lake Schools
Red Lake, MN
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Red Lake County Central High School is seeking a .5 to 1.0 FTE teacher for any unique combination of vocal music, general music, music media production and/or some instrumental instruction for the school year 2021-22. RLCC HS is located in Oklee, MN, south of Thief River Falls, MN and provides quality programming in a "family-like atmosphere" to approximately 175 students in grades 7-12.
Required Qualifications : Licensure under Minnesota Tier 1, 2, 3, or 4 Please contact Randy Pederson, Principal
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Special Education Paraprofessional

Red Lake Schools
Red Lake, MN
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REGULAR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • When assigned to an individual student, the paraprofessional is responsible for implementing the student's IEP goals and objectives under the direct supervision of the directing teacher. When assigned to a general or special education class, the paraprofessional is responsible for assisting a group of students under the direct supervision of the directing teacher. Student assistance shall include:
  • Tutoring and daily lesson support/help Managing student behavior; maintaining student behavior point sheets; writing discipline referrals; managing student timeouts; engaging in restrictive procedures in emergency situations Assisting students in both indoor and outdoor activities, play, and sports Escorting students to and from classrooms to other locations Providing personal cares, which may include toileting/diapering and clean-up, showering, feeding, meal prep, and other individualized personal cares as needed Cuing students in the use of social skills, communication skills, behavioral skills, and/or academic skills Keeping students focused on and engaged in activities and curriculum Conduct data collection and data recording activities necessary to support student progress monitoring As directed by the case manager: Contacting parents for meetings; Mailing correspondence; Making arrangements for field trips
  • Other responsibilities:
  • Prompt daily attendance at school Reinforcing the importance of students' daily attendance at school Providing supervision at lunch, recess, and bus loading/drop-off times Assisting with the organization, correction, and filing of student work Attending student IEP meetings
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications / Requirements:

  • Associates Degree, 64 College Credits, -or- Passing Score on Para-Pro Exam CPI, First Aid, and CPR Train
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Digital Marketing Coordinator (DMC)

Red Lake Schools
Red Lake, MN
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The Digital Marketing Coordinator, under the supervision of the Superintendent, works to develop and implement the district's internal and external communications strategy to continually enhance the relationship between the district, staff, students, parents/guardians, and community by providing consistent, reliable, timely and engaging information via a variety of formats. This position develops and distributes district communications in print and electronic formats; serves as a contact for news media, staff, public, and assists in managing the flow of information for projects and events. As assigned the DMC will work with the technology department to resolve any technology related issues for the district, the position will also be a trainer for staff, students, and parent/guardians of ISD#38.

The Digital Marketing Coordinator has excellent written and oral communication skills; can produce clear, compelling, and accurate content-copy, photography, and video, on tight deadlines with close attention to detail, audience, goals, messaging, and tone. They can effectively utilize traditional, current, and advanced communication tools and technologies to enhance effective public relations. The Digital Marketing Coordinator has excellent project management skills, an upbeat and collaborative approach, and the ability to work well with staff, interdepartmental teams, students, parents/guardians, and community.
REGULAR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists in the development and implementation of the district's communication and community engagement plans. Creates regular, relevant written and multimedia content for websites, social media, e-newsletters, and other communication channels. Seeks out and facilitates promotion and publicity of the district and school events, news, and stories. Attends school board meetings and manages the digital presence of the district. Continues to refine and maintains our social media presence
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Capabilities Development Specialist

National Security Agency
Little Rock, MN
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Responsibilities

The National Security Agency (NSA) exists to obtain insight into foreign adversaries' plans and intentions and protect our U.S. cybersecurity interests. We provide national security insights and threat warnings to government decision-makers and eradicate cybersecurity threats.

Do you have skills in computer science and seek a higher calling? Do your hobbies include building robots, computers, or innovating solutions? Do you possess a strong grasp on low-level development principles surrounding hardware, software, and networking?

If so, join the nation's high-priority mission as a capabilities development specialist (CDS). As a CDS, you will apply your expertise in computer science and engineering to develop offensive and defensive technical solutions to solve critical technical challenges for the NSA. CDS' conduct innovative research to target computer security vulnerabilities and develop new approaches to computer network attack, exploitation, and defense. Apply your passion for knowledge and unique abilities to make a significant impact on the protection of the nation and its citizens.

Job roles may include:

* Developing exploitation capabilities and analytics to enable foreign target network collection
* Designing hardware components and systems to further signals intelligence missions
* Analyzing sophisticated malware

Job Summary

NSA is in search of Computer Science professionals to solve complex problems, test innovative approaches and research new solutions to storing, manipulating, and presenting information. We are looking for you to apply your computer science expertise to projects that seek to create new standards for the transformation of information. If you want to develop technologies and tools and be a part of cutting edge innovations; join our team of experts! Help protect national security interests as part of the world's most advanced tea
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Digital Network Exploitation Analyst

National Security Agency
Little Rock, MN
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Responsibilities

The professionals at the National Security Agency (NSA) have one common goal: to protect our nation. The mission requires a strong offense and a steadfast defense. The offense collects, processes and disseminates intelligence information derived from foreign signals for intelligence and counterintelligence purposes. The defense prevents adversaries from gaining access to classified national security information.

The need to maintain our core Computer Science group is vital to provide the technical capabilities necessary to successfully execute NSA's mission. The increased complexity of supporting NSA's mission requires world class researchers, programmers, and developers who operate in teams in areas such as software engineering, information technology infrastructure, high performance computing, data science, architectures, computer security, and networking in order to design and develop advanced tools, techniques, and systems.

Digital Network Exploitation Analysts employ computer science skills to perform discovery and target technology analysis of digital network and mobile communications.

NSA's development programs help employees enhance their skills and improve their understanding of a specific discipline. The programs are generally three years long and feature rotational tours throughout the Agency. Designed for entry to mid-level employees, development program participants are afforded the opportunity to receive tailored training, often with a cohort, and multiple assignments across Agency Directorates to develop skills and experience to ground their career at the NSA.

Applicants will be considered for one of the following NSA's Development Programs:

DDP - Digital Network Exploitation Analyst Development Program

IASDP - Intrusion Analyst Skill Development Program

For additional information on these development programs please visit: www.intelligence
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Computer Scientist - Development Programs

National Security Agency
Little Rock, MN
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Cashier

Home Depot
Redby, MN
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Cyber Mitigations Analyst/System Vulnerability Analyst - Entry to Expert Level (Multiple Locations - Maryland and Texas)

National Security Agency
Little Rock, MN
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CDL OTR Team Drivers $1,800 - $2,200 PER DRIVER PER WEEK

Pink Panther Inc.
Gully, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Trail, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Ponemah, MN
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CDL OTR Team Drivers $1,800 - $2,200 PER DRIVER PER WEEK

Pink Panther Inc.
Redby, MN
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Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist

Indian Health Service
Red Lake, MN
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Pharmacist (Resident) PGY1

Indian Health Service
Red Lake, MN
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Pharmacy Technician

Indian Health Service
Red Lake, MN
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Maintenance Worker Supervisor

Indian Health Service
Red Lake, MN
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Nurse (Care Coordinator)

Department of Health and Human Services
Red Lake, MN
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Supervisory General Engineer

Indian Health Service
Red Lake, MN
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Owner operated Team Drivers grossing $10,000+ Weekly. Doing 4,000+ miles Per Week

Pink Panther Inc.
Ponemah, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Leonard, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Goodridge, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Red Lake, MN
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Owner operated Team Drivers grossing $10,000+ Weekly. Doing 4,000+ miles Per Week

Pink Panther Inc.
Oklee, MN
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CDL OTR Team Drivers $1,800 - $2,200 PER DRIVER PER WEEK

Pink Panther Inc.
Oklee, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Clearbrook, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Clearbrook, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Goodridge, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Gonvick, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Trail, MN
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Pink Panther Inc.
Red Lake, MN
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Owner operated Team Drivers grossing $10,000+ Weekly. Doing 4,000+ miles Per Week

Pink Panther Inc.
Leonard, MN
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Owner operated Team Drivers grossing $10,000+ Weekly. Doing 4,000+ miles Per Week

Pink Panther Inc.
Gully, MN
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Full Time Jobs In North Clearwater UT, MN