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Georgia Department of Education Job Codes
Oct, 2021 CPI Cycle 2022-1  

Georgia Department of Education
CPI-Certified/Classified Personnel Information
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Job Code Title Description Cert. Required Report Cert. on CPI
080  Pre-School Regular Education Teacher  Teaches regular education pre-kindergarten students. 
085  Kindergarten Regular Education Teacher  Teaches regular education kindergarten students. 
100  Grades K-5 Combination Teacher  Teaches students in any combination of grades K through 5 combined in the same classroom. 
101  Grade 1 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 1 
102  Grade 2 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 2. 
103  Grade 3 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 3. 
104  Grade 4 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 4 
105  Grade 5 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 5. 
106  Grade 6 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 6 
107  Grade 7 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 7 
108  Grade 8 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 8 
109  Grade 9 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 9. 
110  Grade 10 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 10. 
111  Grade 11 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 11. 
112  Grade 12 Teacher  Teaches students in grade 12. 
113  Grades 6-8 Combination Teacher  Teaches students in any combination of grades 6 through 8 combined in the same classroom 
114  Grades 9-12 Combination Teacher  Teaches students in any combination of grades 9 through 12 combined in the same classroom. 
115  Military Science Teacher  Teaches Jr. ROTC. 
116  Teacher - Extended Day (High School)  Teaches extended day period in any high school subjects, and earns extra pay for this through Fund Code 76 (Career, Technical and Agricultural State Grant funds). 
117  Teacher-Extended Day (6-8)  Teaches extended day in any subject for grades 6 through 8, and earns extra pay for this through Fund Code 76 (Career, Technical and Agricultural Education State Grant funds). 
118  Alternative School Teacher (06-08)  Teaches students in grade 6 through 8 in an Alternative School. 
119  Extended Year Teacher  Teaches extended year in any subject 6-12 and earns extra pay for this through Fund Code 76 (Career, Technical and Agricultural Education State Grant funds). 
120  Middle School Connections (6-8) Teacher  Teaches any middle school connections subject to students in grades 6 through 8. (See also middle school Job Code for CTAE teachers.) 
121  Crossroads Alternative School Teacher (9-12)  Teaches students in grades 9 through 12 in a Crossroads Alternative School. 
122  In-School Suspension (ISS) Teacher  Serves as the In-School Suspension teacher for students in any grade level. 
123  Middle School Career, Technical and Agricultural Teacher  Teaches a Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Subject to students in grades 6 through 8. 
124  Work Based Learning (WBL)Teacher (School Level  Coordinates work-based learning placements connected to school-based learning opportunities for student enrolled in the state-approved work-based learning courses. 
130  Instructional Specialist (P-8)  Teaches Art, Music, or Physical Education to students in grades P through 8. 
131  Early Intervention (EIP) Kindergarten Teacher  Teaches students in the Kindergarten Early Intervention Program (EIP). 
132  Early Intervention (EIP) Primary Teacher 1-3  Teaches students in grades 1-3 Early Intervention Program (EIP) . 
133  Early Intervention (EIP) 4th and 5th Grade Teacher  Teaches students in the 4th and 5th grade Early Intervention Program (EIP). 
135  Literacy Coach  Assists the principal and collaborates with lead teachers to support instructional needs at the local school. 
141  Preschool Special Education Teacher  Teaches Students with disabilities to pre-school students. 
142  Career Technical Instruction Teacher  Teaches Career Technical Instruction (CTI) to special education students in grades 9 through 12. 
144  ESOL Teacher  Teaches students in the ESOL program. 
145  Hospital/Homebound Instructor  Teaches students served through the Hospital/Homebound Instruction model in grades K through 12. Certification may be in any field. 
146  Gifted Elementary Teacher (P-5)  Teaches students in the Gifted Student Program (students who meet eligibility criteria for gifted students established in Department of Education Rule 160-4-2-. 08) in grades pre-school through 5. 
147  Gifted Middle Teacher (6-8)  Teaches students in the Gifted Students Program (students who meet eligibility. 
148  Gifted High (9-12) Teacher  Teaches students in the Gifted Student Program (students who meet eligibility criteria for gifted students established in Department of Education Rule 160-4-2-. 08) 9 through 12. 
149  Adapted Physical Education Teacher  Teaches students with disabilities who require adapted physical education services. 
150  Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (9-12) Teacher  Teaches any Career, Technical and Agricultural Education subject to students in grades 9 through 12. 
151  Young Farmer Teacher  Teaches Agricultural Science to young farmers in the community. 
152  GNETS Teacher - Locally Funded  Teaches students in a locally-funded GNETS program. 
153  GNETS Teacher - Grant Funded  Teaches students in a grant-funded GNETS program. 
154  Night School Teacher for High School (9-12)  Night School Teacher for High School Grades 9-12 
155  Adult Education Teacher  Teaches students in the Adult Education program. 
156  Other Instructional Provider  Provides instructional services to students through the school or system as part of an enrichment or other program. Salary is from Object 191. 
157  Other Instructional Provider  Provides instructional services to students through the school or system as part of an enrichment or other program. Salary is from Object 110. 
158  Teacher of Emotional/Behavioral Disorder Students  Teacher of students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders for any grade level. 
159  Teacher of Specific Learning Disability Students  Teacher of students with a Specific Learning Disability for any grade level. 
160  Teacher of Mild Intellectual Disability Students  Teacher of students with Mild Intellectual Disabilities for any grade level. 
161  Teacher of Moderate Intellectual Disability Students  Teacher of students with Moderate Intellectual Disabilities for any grade level. 
162  Teacher of Severe Intellectual Disability Students  Teacher of students with Severe Intellectual Disabilities for any grade level. 
163  Teacher of Profound Intellectual Disability Students  Teacher of students with Profound Intellectual Disabilities for any grade level. 
164  Teacher of Hearing Impaired Students  Teacher of students with Hearing impairment for any grade level. 
165  Teacher of Visually Impaired Students  Teacher of students with Visual impairment for any grade level. 
166  Teacher for Deaf/Blind Students  Teacher of Deaf/Blind students for any grade level. 
167  Teacher of Autistic Students  Teacher of students with Autism any grade level. 
168  Teacher of Traumatically Brain Injured Students  Teacher of students with Traumatic Brain Injuries for any grade level. 
169  Teacher of Orthopedic Impaired Students  Teacher of students with Orthopedic impairment for any grade level. 
170  Teacher of Other Health Impaired Students  Teacher of students with Other Health impairment for any grade level. 
171  Special Education Interrelated Teacher  Teacher of students with different areas of disability - for example, teacher of EBD students and SLD students in the same classroom. 
195  20 DAY -Extended Day/Extended Year QBE Funded  20 DAY -Extended Day/Extended Year QBE Funded 
300  Special Education Social Worker  Assists other school personnel and family members in solving personal adjustment problems of students with disabilities and improving school attendance. 
301  Special Education Counselor  Counsels students with disabilities in any grade level. 
302  Special Education Work Study Coordinator  Work Study for students with disabilities 
303  Special Education Bus Driver  Responsible for the operation of a school bus for students with disabilities. 
304  Special Education Bus Aide  Aids and assists a bus driver with students with disabilities 
305  Special Education Secretary/Clerk  Supports special education staff with record-keeping and other clerical activities related to students with disabilities. 
306  GNETS Counselor  Counsels students in the GNETS Program any grade level 
347  Staff Development Specialist (School)  Responsible for planning, coordinating, and scheduling staff development activities for the school.  
395  Facilitator  Provides classroom supervision and assistance to students using computer-based learning software for Study Skills and/or Credit Recovery.   (Not a content area class with teacher providing direct instruction.) 
396  Non-Instructional Aide  Non-instructional aides work solely in non-instructional roles, such as food service, cafeteria or playground supervision, non-instructional computer assistance and personal care services.  
397  Instructional Specialist  Coordinates regular education staff and services; provides information / assistance to the regular education program. Includes academic coaches for Title I and other federal programs.  
398  Graduation Coach/Specialist  Works to improve graduation rates for all population subgroups within the school by gathering and analyzing data for individual students; identifying potential barriers to graduation; developing and implementing individual intervention strategies, and working with students to develop graduation and achievement plan to include the best program to meet academic and postsecondary goals. 
399  Superintendent Secretary  Secretary for the Superintendent of School System 
400  Elementary Counselor  Counsels students in grades P through 5. 
401  Middle School Counselor  Counsels students in grades 6 through 8. 
402  High School Counselor  Counsels students in grades 9 through 12. 
403  Counseling Paraprofessional  Assists the school counseling staff with counseling and guidance activities. 
404  GNETS School Psychologist  Measures and interprets students intellectual, emotional, and social development, diagnoses educational disabilities, and collaborates in the planning of educational programs in GNETS program. 
405  School Psychologist  Measures and interprets students' intellectual, emotional, and social development, diagnoses educational disabilities, and collaborates in the planning of educational programs. 
406  School Psychometrist  Measures the intellectual, social, and emotional development of students through the administration and interpretation of psychological tests. 
407  School Social Worker  Assists other school personnel and family members in solving personal adjustment problems of students and improving school attendance. 
408  Family Services Coordinator  Supports the student, family, and school in the coordination and delivery of collaborative-based community services. 
409  School Nurse  Coordinates health care services and health education services among students, families, and community. 
410  School Food Service Worker  Manages or assists in the planning, preparation, and serving of school meals. 
411  Attendance Worker  Assists other school personnel in improving students' school attendance. 
412  GNETS Social Worker  Assists other GNETS program personnel and family members in solving personal adjustment problems of students and improving school attendance. 
413  Parent Coordinator  Coordinates the efforts of teachers, parents, and other school personnel in supporting students in Title I and EIP programs. 
414  Social Worker Assistant  Assists the School Social Worker in solving personal adjustment problems of students and improving school attendance. 
415  Information Services Personnel  Assists with the system-wide collection, processing, and reporting of information. 
416  Information Services Clerk  Assists in a clerical capacity with the collection, processing, and reporting of information in the area of student services. 
417  Information Services Personnel - Instructional Services  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of Instructional Services information. 
418  Information Services Personnel - General Administration  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of General Administration information. 
419  Information Services Personnel - School Administration  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of School Administration information. 
420  Secretary  Supports the principal or other certified school personnel with general office management. 
421  Information Services Personnel - Finance and Business Services  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of Finance and Business Services information. 
422  Information Services Personnel - Maintenance and Plant Services  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of Maintenance and Plant Services information. 
423  Information Services Personnel - Transportation  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of Transportation information. 
424  Information Services Personnel - Central Support Services  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of Central Support Services information. Maintains, operates, or repairs I.S. equipment. 
425  Bookkeeper  Supports the principal or other certified school personnel with the management of financial records. 
426  Information Services Personnel - Other Support Services  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of Other Support Services information. 
427  Information Services Personnel - School Food Service  Assists with the collection, processing, and reporting of School Food Service information. 
428  Enterprise Clerk  Provides clerical services to an enterprise operation. 
429  Data Clerk  Assists with the collection and data entry of student or administrative information. 
430  School Secretary/Clerk  Supports the principal or other certified school personnel with record-keeping and other clerical activities. 
431  Business Services Secretary/Clerk  Supports the business services department with record keeping and other clerical activities at the system level. 
432  Psychoeducational/GNETS School Secretary/Clerk  Supports the GNETS director or other certified school personnel with record-keeping and other clerical activities in the GNETS program. 
433  Head Start/Even Start Worker  Provides services to students enrolled in the Head Start Program or in the Even Start Program. 
434  Lottery Paraprofessional Personnel - Pre-K  Assists Pre-Kindergarten teachers in instructional activities. 
435  Paraprofessional/Teacher Aide Personnel  Assists teachers and other certified personnel in instructional activities. 
436  Special Education Para-professional/ Teacher Aid- Ages 6-21  Assists teachers of students with disabilities instructional activities - Ages 6-21 
437  Interpreter  Interprets spoken communication for hearing-impaired students. 
438  Rehabilitation Counselor  Provides counseling, evaluations, or other services to secondary special education students for purpose of transition to post-secondary vocational placement. 
439  GNETS Para-professional/Teacher Aide  Assists GNETS teachers and other certified personnel in the GNETS program in instructional activities. 
440  Librarian/Media Specialist  Manages the use, purchasing, and inventory of teaching and learning resources including books, non-print media, and equipment. 
441  Teacher Support Specialist  Assists teachers with diagnosing students^ learning problems and implementing instructional learning strategies. 
442  Library/Media Support Paraprofessional Personnel  Assists the Librarian/Media Specialist with the management of media resources. 
443  Library/Media Secretary/Clerk  Assists the Librarian/Media Specialist in the capacity of clerical duties. 
444  Nursing Assistant / Health Technician  Under the supervision of School Nurse. Assists in providing health care services and health education services to students, families, and community. 
445  Technology Specialist  Assists teachers with incorporating various types of technology into the instructional program. 
446  Enterprise Technician  Repairs and maintains equipment for an enterprise operation. 
447  Staff Development Specialist  Responsible for planning, coordinating, and scheduling staff development activities for the school system. 
448  Hearing Officer  Coordinates and conducts discipline hearings for the school district. 
449  Lunchroom Monitor  Monitors student behavior in the school cafeteria while teachers are at lunch. Salary is from Function 3100. 
450  Lunchroom Monitor  Monitors student behavior in the school cafeteria while teachers are at lunch. Salary is from Function 2400. 
451  Support Services Secretary/Clerk  Assists any support services person with clerical duties. 
452  Student Clerk/Aide  Assists school or system personnel with clerical and other activities. 
453  Special Education Paraprofessional - Ages 3 to 5  Assists Students with disabilities From Ages 3 to 5 
454  School Nutrition Maintenance Personnel  Responsible for maintenance and/or warehousing operations for School Nutrition Services. 
455  Plant Operations Director or Manager  Manages the plant operations and maintenance of the facilities. 
456  Maintenance Personnel  Maintains and operates building, grounds, equipment, print shop, etc. 
457  Custodial Personnel  Cleans and maintains the overall facility. 
458  Plant Operations and Maintenance Secretary/Clerk  Assists the Plant Operations or Maintenance Personnel in the capacity of clerical duties. 
459  Miscellaneous Activities  Part-time or temporary activities for which payment is rendered from any function. 
460  Transportation Director/Manager  Manages the school transportation system. 
461  Bus Driver  Responsible for the operation of a school bus. 
462  Transportation Mechanic  Responsible for maintaining transportation fleet. 
463  Transportation Secretary/Clerk  Assists the Transportation personnel in the capacity of clerical duties. 
464  Other Transportation Personnel  Assists in transportation-related activities; includes bus monitors. 
465  Finance & Business Service Manager  Manages the operation of school system financial accounting, purchasing, or any other business management activities. 
466  Finance & Business Service Personnel  Assists in managing the operation of school system financial accounting, purchasing, or any other business management activities or is responsible for one of the departments in business services. 
467  Auditor  Examines and reports exceptions to the school system's financial accounting, purchasing, or other business management activities 
468  Warehouseman  Manages or is otherwise employed in warehousing and distribution. 
469  GNETS Special Education Specialist  Coordinates GNETS staff and services; provides information/assistance to the GNETS program. 
470  Planning & Evaluation Personnel  Manages or is otherwise employed in any aspect of the selection, identification, or appraisal of the overall goals, priorities, and objectives of the school system. 
471  Research Personnel  Manages or is otherwise employed in any aspect of program research. 
472  Legal Personnel  Manages or is otherwise employed in any aspect of providing legal services for the school system. 
473  Human Resources Personnel  Manages or is otherwise employed in any aspect of personnel administration. 
474  Central Support Clerk  Serves any central support personnel in any aspect of clerical duties. 
475  Special Education Specialist  Coordinates special education staff and services; provides information/assistance to the special education program. 
476  Kindergarten Specialist  Provides specialized educational assistance and information to kindergarten staff members. 
477  School Food Service Secretary/ Clerk/Bookkeeper  Assists the school nutrition department in record keeping and other clerical duties. 
478  School Food Service Manager  Manages the School Food Service Program at the local school. 
479  Diagnostician  Evaluates educational levels and special learning needs of students. 
480  Speech-Language Pathologist  Provides diagnostic services to students who meet eligibility requirements in the area of Speech-Language Impairments. 
481  Audiologist  Provides diagnostic, evaluative, and support services for students with hearing impairments. 
482  Physical Therapist (PT)  Provides services to students to promote motor coordination, posture, proper positioning, mobility, and functional independence. 
483  Occupational Therapist (OT)  Provides services to students to improve quality of movement, fine motor functioning, and independence in activities of daily living. 
484  Orientation/Mobility Specialist  Provides systematic techniques to orient students with visual impairments to their environments and help them move about independently. 
485  Recreational Therapist (RT)  Provides instruction that enables students to develop skills and abilities for leisure/ recreation purposes. 
486  Special Education Nurse  Provides services to students with physical and health impairments including direct treatments, independent health care, parent and teacher consultations, and home visits. 
487  General Administration Secretary/Clerk  Provides clerical services to general administration area of the school system. 
488  Public Relations Personnel  Serves as or supports liaison between school system and the general public including the media. 
489  Construction Manager/Director  Manages and oversees the construction of facilities for the school district. 
490  Security Personnel / Security Officer  Provides or assists in providing security services for a school or a school system. 
491  Crossing Guard  Assists students and staff in traffic control in and around the school. 
492  Migrant Education Recruiter  Supports the district's efforts in locating and education of school-age children of migrant workers. 
493  Extra-Curricular Activities Sponsor  Assists the school or district with planning and implementation of co-curricular activities. 
495  Athletics Personnel  Serves as or supports the system or school athletic program. 
496  School Doctor  Provides health care services as a licensed physician to students, families, and community through the school or district. 
497  After-School Program Worker  Assists the school or district with the implementation of the After-School Program 
498  Enterprise ASP Worker  Assists with the planning and operation of an enterprise After-School Program. 
499  Community Services Secretary  Supports Community Services personnel with general office management. 
600  Superintendent  Serves as the chief executive officer of the school system. 
601  Deputy/Associate/Assistant/ Area Superintendent  Assists the chief executive officer of the school system with administrative duties as Deputy, Associate, Assistant, or Area Superintendent. 
602  Personnel/Human Resources Director  Serves as chief executive officer of the personnel or human resources division of the school system. 
604  Technical Institute President  Serves as the chief executive officer of the technical institute. 
605  RESA Director  Serves as chief executive officer of the Regional Educational Services Agency. 
610  Principal  Serves as administrative head of a school. Responsible for the coordination and direction of all school activities. 
612  Pre-K Director  Serves as the administrative head of a Pre-Kindergarten program or school. 
613  Pre-K Director  Serves as the administrative head of a Pre-K program at the district level. 
614  Alternative School Director  Serves as the administrative head of an alternative school. 
615  Assistant Principal  Assists the principal in coordinating and directing school activities. 
620  Director of Curriculum/Instruction  Coordinates the development and improvement of the programs of studies, co-curricular activities, and instructional services of the school system. 
621  Instructional Supervisor  Manages a part of the curriculum for a school or a school system. Provides leadership and guidance for the purpose of improving the performance of the instructional staff members. Also includes Department Heads. 
622  Director of School Safety  Manages/coordinates the school safety program for the school system. 
625  Director/Manager of Media Services  Manages the media services program for the school system. 
630  Food Service Administrator  Manages some aspect of the food services program for the school system, including dietitian, nutritionist, food services supervisor, and director of food services. 
634  Social Services Case Manager  Manages and directs the Community Services program. 
635  Community School Director/Coordinator  Coordinates the community schools program at the school. 
640  Special Education Director  Manages and directs the school system program for eligible students with disabilities. 
641  Director of Student Services  Manages and directs the guidance and counseling program, discipline program, and/or other student services for the school system. 
642  School Improvement Specialist  Directs the School Improvement program for a school system or a group of school systems. 
643  Technology Director  Manages and directs activities related to information technology and technology specialists. 
644  Enterprise Tech Coordinator  Supervises and directs activities related to technology for an enterprise operation. 
645  Kindergarten Director  Manages and directs the school system program provided for kindergarten students. 
646  Federal Programs Director  Manages and directs various federal programs for the system. 
648  Title I Director  Manages and directs the Title I (Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1995) program. 
650  Director of GNETS Program  Manages and directs the GNETS program for students with severe emotional and behavioral disorders or autism. 
651  Even Start Director  Manages and directs the Even Start program for the school district. 
652  School Improvement Specialist (School)  Directs the School Improvement programs for a school.  
660  Director of Ga. Learning Resources System  Plans and directs activities of GLRS (Georgia Learning Resources System) program including dissemination of information, instructional materials and media, recruitment of qualified personnel, and staff development programs for parents and personnel. 
665  Special Education Program Specialist  Coordinates activities with community agencies, parents, and the school system in the identification, placement, reporting, and follow-up of pre-school and school age children with disabilities. Provides assistance in designing and implementing. 
670  Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Director (LUA)  Manages and gives direction to the total program of Career, Technical and Agricultural Education in a school system. 
671  Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Director (RESA)  Provides technical assistance on Career, Technical and Agricultural Education to systems within a RESA. 
672  Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Supervisor (School level)  Supervises the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education instructional programs within a high school or educational center. 
673  Youth Apprenticeship Coordinator  Coordinates the youth apprenticeship program for the system or RESA. 
674  CTAE Director/Supervisor of Extended Year Program  A Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) director or supervisor, with a leadership certificate, who also provides supervision of the summer CTAE instructional programs and earns extra pay for this through Fund Code 76 (CTAE Extended Year state grant funds). 
675  Adult Education Director/Coordinator  Manages and directs the instructional program for adult learners. 
680  Athletics Director  Manages and directs the athletics/sports program for the school system 
691  District Board Member  District School Board Member (Do Not Report on CPI - for CS1 Purposes Only.)