Ulster BOCES has been awarded a $269,595 grant from the New York State Department of Labor to assist nine teaching assistants who are already working in Ulster County school districts in gaining the education and experience needed to become licensed teachers.
At Ulster BOCES, employment opportunities are available in the Administration, Certified, and Classified personnel categories.
The administration category includes certified and classified management positions. Appropriate NYS Certification is required for certified administration positions.
The certified category includes teachers, school guidance counselors, school psychologists, school social workers, teaching assistants, and content specialists. Appropriate NYS Certification is required for all certified positions.
The classified category includes positions in the following areas: general administration, finance & accounting, information technology, human resources, community relations, environmental compliance, student support services, school nursing, aides, occupational/physical therapy, food services, school bus transportation, and facilities & maintenance/custodial. These positions are subject to Civil Service rules and regulations, and some may require testing.
Ulster BOCES and several local component districts participate in recruitment efforts on a regional basis in cooperation with Dutchess County BOCES. To view additional job opportunities please visit the Mid-Hudson Cooperative Recruitment Program.
During its September 27th meeting, the Board of Education took a break from their usual business to celebrate 23 of our amazing instructional staff members who officially earned their tenure in the months of June, July, and August.
Two Ulster BOCES professionals will be honored by the Mid-Hudson School Study Council for their remarkable contributions to education. Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds Victor DeStefano will receive the award for Excellence in Administration, and the Award for Excellence for Support Staff will be presented to Administrative Secretary Sharon Schofield.
Ulster BOCES Hudson Valley Pathways Academy instructors Noah Smith and Matthew Leifeld have been named 2023 Manufacturing Champions by the Council of Industry, the manufacturers’ association of the Hudson Valley.
Frank Falatyn, president of FALA Technologies in Kingston, has received the Ulster County School Boards Association (UCSBA) Distinguished Friend of Education Award.
Ulster BOCES does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, disability, age, or marital status; nor does it apply any arbitrary measure, which would tend to deprive persons of their constitutional rights. Read our full Non-Discrimination Policy.