Openings as of 12/14/2017
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POSITION: Maintenance II (CM/Assignment location to be determined) 40 hrs MMS21-Grade II Effective: January 12, 2018
ASSIGNMENT: 12 Month
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform minor maintenance and repair duties for the custody and care of the facility to provide a safe, secure, attractive, comfortable, clean, and efficient educational environment to meet the needs of students, staff, and the general public. This would include light electrical, HVAC, plumbing, general repairs, and maintenance. Perform limited custodial and grounds tasks as needed including setting up for programs and activities as well as any special projects assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: Maintained regular attendance with no occurrences of attendance abuse during the previous two years as described in Article 13 Section E of the current agreement. Must be able to communicate effectively and appropriately, as well as exhibit patience and understanding with students, staff, and the general public. Must be able to understand and follow written and verbal instructions. Must be able to use prescribed safety and personal protective equipment. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. on a frequent basis and up to 80 lbs. on an occasional basis. Must be able to perform difficult physical labor in variable weather conditions such as hot, cold, rain, snow, wind, etc. Must be able to climb stairs and ladders on a frequent basis, and work from scaffolding and lifts on an occasional basis. Must be able to stand, walk, bend, twist, and reach while performing various assignments as well as operate all related equipment. Must have the ability to work independently and with other personnel in the performance of job duties. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for electrical tasks including but not limited to repairing and replacing light fixture ballasts, damaged outlets, switches and other electrical fixtures. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for plumbing tasks including but not limited to replacing faucet components, flush valves; repairing drinking fountains, urinals, commodes, and lavatories; rodding and unclogging floor drains and sink traps. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for HVAC systems (air supply units, roof top units, unit ventilators, VAV systems, etc.) operation including but not limited to lubrication, changing filters and belts, cleaning coils, servicing exhaust fans, inputting and adjusting schedules in the building automation system (BAS), printing reports, and monitoring and operating all building equipment controlled by the BAS. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for corrective and preventive maintenance including but not limited to custodial equipment, repairing student lockers, installing pencil sharpeners, maintaining interior finishes, repairing and adjusting door frames and door hardware, and repairing and patching building roofs. Must have successfully completed District-recognized courses in Plumbing 1, Electricity 1, Steam Plant 1, Blueprint Reading, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 1, Pump Maintenance, Hot and Cold Water Hydronic Systems, Boiler Water Treatment and Brazing and Soldering. ** Must have a current District-recognized Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification or equivalent. The District Training Committee will attempt to identify and pre-approve all recognized courses. If the committee is unable to identify a recognized course, equivalent training and work experience as approved by the committee may be accepted. * Employees are encouraged to enhance their qualifications by participating in the OJT program. **Applies only to employees that work at buildings with a swimming pool. POSITION EXPECTATIONS: Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for electrical tasks including but not limited to repairing and replacing three-way switches, lighting relay circuits, light fixtures, circuit breakers, and repairing and replacing electrical circuits using conduit and junction boxes with the appropriate fasteners. Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for plumbing tasks including but not limited to threading pipe; sweating and brazing copper pipe and fittings; repairing and replacing commodes, water fountains, urinals and lavatories, broken pipes and valves. Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for HVAC tasks including but not limited to operating the boiler and chiller plants; testing boiler safeties; performing boiler and chiller rounds; performing water treatment on boiler and chiller systems; repairing and replacing booster and coil pumps; calibrating pneumatic controls; repairing air supply units, roof top units, unit ventilators, VAV systems and exhaust fans. Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for corrective and preventive maintenance tasks including but not limited to operating the work order system(s). Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary to maintain and adjust the set points of the BAS. Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for corrective and preventive maintenance tasks including but not limited to repairing, adjusting and changing, replacing mechanical and electronic locks, door closers and other hardware. Maintain the knowledge, skills, and physical ability necessary for performing minor repairs on refrigerated equipment. ** Maintain a current District-recognized Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification or equivalent. Perform various maintenance tasks combining skills and knowledge of the various relevant trades to operate building electrical, fire, security, conveyance, plumbing, and HVAC systems including the BAS. Be observant and inform the supervisor of potential trouble spots in the operation of building systems and equipment to prevent a failure or breakdown. Observe and comply with appropriate required codes. Perform snow removal and salting on an occasional basis as needed. Perform assigned tasks in the amount of time appropriate to the task at hand. Identify and take action to remedy potential safety and health problems. Project a positive image of the District to students, staff, and the general public. Report in writing to the supervisor any observed misuses and needed repairs to school property. Participate in District-sponsored training programs to maintain and update knowledge, skills, certifications, and licenses as required for this position. Effectively communicate and appropriately respond to various forms of electronic communication provided by the District. Perform additional related duties as assigned.
BOE Approval 1/19/2017
POSITION: Temporary Custodian (Multiple Locations) 29 hrs./wk. Effective: Immediately
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform general custodial duties for the custody and care of the facility to provide a safe, secure, attractive, comfortable, clean and efficient educational environment. This would include cleaning, moving student equipment, and setting up for programs and activities as well as any special projects assigned.
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The District 214 Education Foundation supports student success, innovation and lifelong learning throughout the District. The Foundation hosts annual fundraising events and giving campaigns, facilitates scholarships and major gifts, creates partnerships that further enhance success and learning and oversees the Alumni Advisory Council and related alumni events as a way to create better engagement between District 214 alumni and the District.
The Foundation is seeking a communications-focused intern to help us tell our story. Tasks include, but are not limited to, the following: creating and updating content for the Foundation website; creating innovative content for the Alumni Facebook page toward a goal of consistent engagement; drafting communications pieces to support upcoming events and giving campaigns; identifying and creating content for donor packets and staff, including summaries of giving opportunities and success stories; executing projects that tell the Foundation's story in unique ways, including through video; and brainstorming, with the Foundation team, strategic initiatives and new communications opportunities that can advance giving and engagement.
Examples of duties:
1. Website content creation 2. Social media content creation 3. Creating letters, posters and/or other materials to market campaigns and events 4. Shooting videos to tell the Foundation story in new way. 5. Envisioning and creating unique content to tell our success stories to diverse audiences 6. Participation in special event/campaign planning as applicable 7. Creating success stories that illustrate the Foundation's mission and impact
The ideal candidates are college students studying marketing, communications, public relations, philanthropic management or a related field. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel, social media platforms (primarily Facebook), and basic video editing (iMovie) software is preferred. While this is an unpaid internship, we are confident our Foundation intern will acquire new knowledge and develop a portfolio of work to benefit them in their future career.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: In addition to completing an online application, all candidates should provide the following: 1. Cover letter expressing interest in the position. 2. Current resume.
School Nutrition Services Worker I is a 3 hours per day position during the school year, on days students are in attendance.
Starting pay $11.23/hour
Under the direction of the food service manager must be able to:
Apply online. We accept applications year-round, but hire on an as-needed basis.
School Nutrition Services Worker II is a 5 hours per day position during the school year, on days students are in attendance.
Starting pay $11.60/hour
Thank you for your interest in applying as an intern with District 214. All prospective candidates for intern positions must complete the online application and upload a resume as well as copies of university/college transcripts. If you are applying for a counselor internship, you will also need to upload a letter of request from your university. Your application is not considered complete until all materials are submitted. Applications will be reviewed during the second semester at each building's discretion. To submit an application please click the apply icon. More information is available on our District Internships web page found on the Human Resources page.
POSITION: Job Placement Specialist (Grant Position) (FVEC) up to 20 hrs./wk. Grade 4 10 Month ASSIGNMENT: Temporary Assignment: Start: August 14, 2017 - End: June 1, 2018 GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: This work involves close interaction with school divisions and adult service agencies to coordinate the student's transition from school to work and adult services. A Job Placement Specialist provides a school-based service, designated by an Individualized Education Program (IEP), in which part of a student's school day is spent working in a community-based job-training site or competitive employment. An employee in this position is expected to exercise independent judgment,discretion, confidentiality and react appropriately in crisis situations as well as exhibit initiative, creativity and organizational skills. QUALIFICATIONS:
POSITION EXPECTATIONS: 1. Assists students in the classroom and worksite under the direction of certified staff by implementing instructional and behavioral goals identified in the student's IEP. 2 Assists certified staff by: a. maintaining accurate student records b. assisting students in overcoming employment barriers c. documenting and disseminating transportation and job site incident report 3. Serves as a liaison to the Transitional Vocational Services program by: a. providing instruction on required job duties and responsibilities related to the students learning style b. completing destination training as appropriate to facilitate utilization of public transportation system c. acting as a liaison between student, employer, case manager and possible parents/guardian d. attending TVS training sessions and staff meetings e. assisting case manager/IR Coordinator by arranging transportation to and form work site as necessary 4. Assists at the work site by completing task analysis and modifying job requirements to meet individual student's abilities and to facilitate learning. 5. Continues job performance enhancement by participating in appropriate professional growth activities. APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Apply online
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POSITION: "Anticipated" Instructional Assistant-Student Services (RMHS) 37.5 hrs./wk. Grade 4 Effective: August 25, 2017 ASSIGNMENT: 10 Month GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: This work involves close interaction with staff, students and parents/guardians, with the primary emphasis on the implementation of specialized or vocational educational programs. An Instructional Assistant works under the direction of a certified teacher. An employee in this position is expected to exercise independent judgment, discretion, a high degree of confidentiality and react appropriately in crisis situations as well as exhibit initiative, creativity and organizational skills. QUALIFICATIONS:
POSITION EXPECTATIONS: Assists students under the direction of certified staff by:
Assists certified staff by:
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Description: Student Teacher 2017-18 School Year
All prospective candidates for student teaching positions must complete the online application and upload the following:
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We are seeking nurses to substitute for our school nurses at each of our high schools.
Must be licensed as a registered professional nurse in Illinois or possess an Illinois PEL.
School Psychologist - Long Term Substitute: February 7, 2018 to May 8, 2018 John Hersey High School seeks individuals with a strong academic background and the desire to help all students maximize learning and promote personal development in a cooperative, supportive, and respectful environment. Viable candidates must be willing to work collaboratively in course-a-like groups. School Psychologist Qualifications:
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