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1 Involuntary TransfersReturns from Leave For Involuntary Transfers and Returns from Leave Wednesday – March 25, 2015

2 What if I need help setting up my profile in MCPS Careers? Staff from OHRD and MCEA will be available March 25, 2015 for assistance from 4PM to 6PM in the Computer Lab – room 167. What is MCPS Careers? MCPS Careers is the online system for employees to searchMCPS Careers and apply for positions and to indicate interest in an interview at the job fairs. Employees log in to using their Outlook user name and password.www.mcpscareers.org

3 To ensure that priority placements (involuntary transfers and returns from leave) obtain appropriate positions Provide opportunities for employees to seek positions that are a match for their certification areas Allow teachers to make lateral moves in their current content areas

4 Three Teacher Transfer Job Fairs Elementary School Job Fair Elementary schools in the following clusters: Winston Churchill, Clarksburg, Damascus, Gaithersburg, Walter Johnson, Col. Zadok Magruder, Richard Montgomery, Northwest, Poolesville, Quince Orchard, Seneca Valley, Watkins Mill and Thomas S. Wootton – Tuesday, March 31, 2015, 4-7 p.m. at Northwest High School Elementary schools in the following clusters: Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Downcounty Consortium, Northeast Consortium, Rockville, Sherwood and Walt Whitman, and Infants & Toddlers, Longview, PEP, Carl Sandburg - Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 4–7 p.m. at Montgomery Blair High School Middle School Job Fair All 38 middle schools and the Department of Alternative Programs schools Tuesday, March 31, 2015, 4–7 p.m. at Albert Einstein High School High School Job Fair All 26 high schools, Department of Alternative Programs schools, Stephen Knolls, RICA, Rock Terrace, and Transition Department. Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 3─6 at Watkins Mill High School To Request an Interview at a Job Fair for a Posted Specific Position (Use MCPS Careers) Please log in to MCPS Careers as a Current Employee and simply apply to the specific position. If you apply to a specific position, you do not also have to apply to the Job Fair posting.log in to MCPS Careers To Request an Interview at a Job Fair for Possible positions in the future at a school (Also Use MCPS Careers, but apply to the “Job Fair” posting for a school) Interviews can be requested between March 23, 2015 and March 27, Please log in to MCPS Careers as a Current Employee. log in to MCPS Careers Choose the job that reads Job Fair, School Name and click apply- Interviews are by invitation. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a representative from the school.

5 Monday, March 23– Friday, March 27 – Teachers make Job Fair interview requests using MCPS Careers Tuesday, March 31– Wednesday, April 1 – Teacher Transfer Job Fairs Thursday, April 2 – Voluntary Transfer Season begins Friday, May 1 – State of Maryland deadline for non-tenured teachers to resign without prejudice Friday, May 1 – Voluntary Transfer Season closes at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 6 – Placements begin for Priority Placements Monday, May 11 – Voluntary transfer season reopens for fields in which all priority placements have been placed Wednesday, July 15 – State of Maryland deadline for tenured teachers to resign without prejudice Friday, July 17 – Last day for voluntary transfers

6 Update Your Profile and resume through MCPS Careers Check MCPS Careers for vacancies starting NOW Request Job Fair Interviews using MCPS Careers between 3/23 and 3/27 If unable to secure an interview during the job fairs, continue to apply for positions in which you are qualified and interested Any teacher returning from leave or involuntary transferred who has not secured a position by May 2 will become a priority placement Once all priority placements have been assigned (May 11), voluntary transfer season will reopen and continue through July 17 th

7 Elementary School Staffing Luis San Sebastian Staffing Coordinator Elementary Teachers - in the following Clusters: Downcounty Consortium (DCC) Montgomery Blair Albert Einstein John F. Kennedy Northwood Wheaton Northeast Consortium (NEC) James Hubert Blake Paint Branch Springbrook Sherwood Spanish Immersion PE/Dance/Health (K-12) Pearl Drain Staffing Coordinator Elementary Teachers - in the following Clusters: Clarksburg Damascus Gaithersburg Magruder Northwest Poolesville Quince Orchard Seneca Valley Watkins Mill Chinese and French Immersion Music: General & Instrumental (K-12) Diane Smith Staffing Coordinator Elementary Teachers - in the following Clusters: Bethesda Chevy Chase Richard Montgomery Rockville Walter Johnson Walt Whitman Winston Churchill Wootton All Central Office Art (K-12) Reading Specialist (ES)

8 Secondary School Staffing Jane Butler Staffing Coordinator Business Education ESOL (K-12) FACS Math Professional & Technical Education ROTC Science Rhonda Dedmond Staffing Coordinator Alternative Programs Computer Science English/Drama World Languages Media Specialist (K-12) Reading Teacher (MS) Social Studies TV Production Technology Education

9 Special Education Staffing Rae Korade Staffing Coordinator Special Ed Teachers - in the following Clusters: Downcounty Consortium (DCC) Northeast Consortium (NEC) Sherwood Clarksburg Damascus Gaithersburg Magruder Watkins Mill Occupational Therapist Pupil Personnel Worker Resource Teacher (RTSE) Speech Pathologist Central Office (OSESS) Linda Johnson Staffing Coordinator Special Ed Teachers - in the following Clusters: Downcounty Consortium – Wheaton only Bethesda Chevy Chase Northwest Poolesville Quince Orchard Richard Montgomery Rockville Seneca Valley Walt Whitman Walter Johnson Winston Churchill Wootton School Counselors/ Resource Counselors School Psychologists Social Workers Central Office (OSESS)

10 Can a teacher seek a position outside of their current position certification area? MCEA unit members interested in seeking positions outside of their current position certification area (e.g. special education to social studies) may attend the job fair, but MAY NOT be recommended to the Department of Recruitment and Staffing for hire unless a vacancy exists AFTER all involuntary transfers and teachers returning from leave have been placed. Can I indicate my preference for re-assignment (schools, subjects, geography)? Yes, employees can designate their preference for re-assignment through the online MCPS Careers system. This information can be entered into your Profile. Can a teacher seek Part-to-Full and Full-to-Part position? In accordance with the contract, such changes are only considered once the priority placements (involuntary and returnees from leave) have been placed in assignments. Part-time teachers seeking full-time positions and full-time teachers seeking part-time positions must apply to the appropriate requisition using MCPS Careers. - Log in to MCPS Careers using your Outlook user name and passwordMCPS Careers - Search for the appropriate advertisement (Teachers: Change in hours, Part-time to Full-time - Req. #150002T or Teachers: Change in hours, Full-time to Part-time - Req. #150002U) - Read the description carefully before applying. Is there a web site with information on the Teacher Transfer process? Yes, In addition, a copy of this PowerPoint presentation, FAQ’s, and contact information are also available on this webpage.www.mcpscareers.org

11 Go to MCPS homepage Select “Staff” tab… Then Staff Homepage (in drop down menu) Then “Human Resources” To Get Up-to-Date Information Click On the Human Resources and Development web page, Select “Voluntary/InvoluntaryTransfers/Returns from Leave” for more information

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