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Central Linn School District
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Location: Brownsville, Oregon
Job Title: Superintendent of Schools
Salary: DOE, ($95-$100K)
Closing date: January 24, 2011
Current Supt.: Ed Curtis
Central Linn is a rural district of approximately 710 students located in the southern Willamette Valley of western Oregon, including the Cities of Brownsville and Halsey. The district has one K-6 elementary school and one 7-12 high school. Central Linn High School has received a bronze award for America’s Best High School from U.S. News and World Report. The district is just the right size to make big things happen. The teachers are well prepared, energetic, and committed to building one of the best school systems in Oregon. Central Linn is a vibrant, vigorous place of learning with high expectations within a warm, safe, and caring environment.
The district is conveniently located within 25 miles of Eugene, Albany, and Corvallis, but has maintained a true "small-town" feel. The City of Brownsville served as locations for scenes in the movie Stand by Me, which highlights the town’s historic roots.
The district’s website: http://www.centrallinn.k12.or.us
For additional information about the job please contact:
Greg McKenzie, Search Consultant
Window to Leadership, LLC
1470 Rosemont Road
West Linn, Oregon 97068
Sweet Home School District
Sweet Home, Oregon
Location: Sweet Home, Oregon
Job Title: Superintendent of Schools
Salary: Competitive, DOE
Closing date: January 21, 2011
Current Supt.: Larry Horton
Sweet Home School District is a rural, comprehensive K-12 public school system with an enrollment of approximately 2,350 students located in Linn County, Oregon. The District stretches from Oregon’s scenic Willamette Valley to the summit of the Cascade Mountains. It includes the city of Sweet Home and several small neighboring communities. Throughout the District, community members, parents, and staff have a long tradition of supporting students and their education.
The mission of the Sweet Home School District is to provide a safe and caring learning community where individuals have the opportunity to discover the knowledge and skills necessary to reach their full potential in a changing world. All students are challenged to maximize their success, with their efforts and accomplishments valued and celebrated on a regular basis. All staff are “student-centered”, motivational leaders who value and encourage the individual uniqueness of every student.
Website for information: http://www.sweethome.k12.or.us
Rogue River School District 35
Rogue River, Oregon
Location: Rogue River, Oregon
Job Title: Superintendent of Schools
Salary: $90,000-$105,000 DOE
Closing Date: February 18, 2011
The Rogue River School District is searching for an education leader to serve as superintendent beginning July 1, 2011. The District is a rural, comprehensive K-12 public school system located in southwestern Oregon. Students come from the City of Rogue River and the outlying areas of Wimer, Grants Pass and Gold Hill. Surrounded by the foothills of the Cascades, the Siskiyous, and Coast Mountains the area is a gateway to unlimited outdoor recreation opportunities. Nearby larger cities include Medford and Grants Pass.
The district schools include:
· Approximately 970 students
o Two K-5 elementary schools
o One 6-8 middle school
o One high school
The District is fully equipped with technology applications utilizing fiber-optics, high speed data processing, and Internet. Instructional technology has experienced tremendous growth in recent years with each school having a technology center for student learning. Parent and volunteer participation is encouraged with active PTO’s and a Booster Club. The Rogue River School District takes pride in students’ success and continues to plan for academic excellence.
For more information visit the district’s website: http://www.rogueriver.k12.or.us
For information about the job and application requirements please contact:
Greg McKenzie, Search Consultant
Dean, School of Education
Qualifications: The successful candidate will possess: (1) an earned doctorate in education or a related field with K-12 experience; (2) a record of outstanding teaching and research; (3) at least two years of successful administrative experience with budget and personnel responsibility as a dean, associate dean, chair, or K-12 senior administrator; (4) a thorough understanding of the accreditation process; (5) a commitment to diversity and equity; (6) a demonstrated focus on consensus building, collaborative leadership, collegiality, and integrity; (7) evidence of initiatives that enhance both off-campus and on-campus enrollment; (8) experience in collaborative work with local school districts and other constituents; and (9) successful experience with curriculum management, academic assessment, and accreditation.
Responsibilities: The Dean will report to the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs with the following responsibilities:
· Overseeing the academic programs offered in the School of Education.
· Leading individuals and teams of faculty/staff to respond to student and K-12 school needs.
· Working with faculty and administrators to develop programs and courses for online and off-campus delivery.
· Overseeing the assessment and accreditation process.
· Directing the academic process to facilitate student outcomes and faculty development.
· Obtaining professional support to advance School of Education development.
· Evaluating assessment plans for all majors, retention of students, academic advising, recruitment, and other related areas.
· Preparing budget requests in support of School of Education programs.
· Establishing policies and incentives that promote the mission of Northern State University.
The School offers undergraduate degrees in elementary and secondary education, special education, health and physical education, sport marketing and administration, human performance and fitness, as well as psychology. Graduate degrees are offered in elementary and secondary educational administration, guidance and counseling, teaching and learning, and e-learning. The School currently employs 22 full-time faculty.
Setting: Northern State University is a premier residential institution characterized by outstanding instruction, extraordinary community relations, and unparalleled extracurricular opportunities. In August 2007, 2008 and 2009 NSU was named by US News and World Report as one of the best undergraduate institutions in the Midwest. It is organized into the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Education, and the School of Fine Arts. Graduate programs are offered at the master’s level in e-learning, administration, counseling, and teaching and learning through the School of Education. NSU is fully accredited by the NCATE, NASM and HLC.
Application: Review of applications will begin March 1, 2010. Position is open until filled with an anticipated June 22, 2010 start date. For more information regarding this position, and to apply, visit: https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu. Click on Northern State University in the Quick Search section. The system will guide you through the electronic application form. AA/EOE
Windthorst ISD is accepting applications for an Elementary Teacher. Please contact Ann Armendarez, Elementary Principal at email@example.com for additional information.
Northwestern School Corporation is seeking to build a pool of reliable and dependable substitutes for its food service department. Interested candidates would need to be available on short notice to work 3-5 hour work shifts from approximately 10:00-2:30 p.m. Northwestern requires:
• A completed online application
• A current (not more than 1 year old) expanded criminal background check
Interested candidates should complete the online application by clicking the link on Northwestern's webpage. You will be directed to the Wabash Valley Application Consortium, where you may apply to multiple consortium-member schools, as well as apply for multiple positions from the one application. An expanded criminal background check may be ordered through Safe Hiring Solutions from their link on Northwestern's website at: www.nwsc.k12.in.us , Information/Employment. The fee to Safe Hiring Solutions is $28. If a recent background has been obtained through another school, please contact the school and request that they fax or e-mail a copy of your report to the number below. Copies of background checks will not be accepted directly from applicants.
When the background check has been ordered and the application completed, please notify Sheila at: firstname.lastname@example.org. As soon as the completed application and background are received, your name will be forwarded to the Food Service Director for consideration as a substitute.
Sheila Lamb, Corporation Secretary
Northwestern School Corporation
765-457-8101 x 1101
August 14, 2012
POSTING: Cafeteria Substitutes (as needed)
All applications must be submitted through the AppliTrack system which is found on the EHSC website: www.eastern.k12.in.us.
The Eastern Howard School Corporation is committed to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, handicapping conditions, or national origin including limited English proficiency, in any employment opportunity. No person is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to unlawful discrimination on such basis under any educational program or student activity.
Under supervision, to secure Salem School District property, building and related areas; to perform routine custodial work and other duties as assigned.
Duties assigned are the more routine security and cleaning tasks subject to inspection during performance or upon completion. This position receives work direction from the Head Custodian, Custodian Supervisor, Building Principal and/or Director of Maintenance.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically the equivalent to two (2) years of recent full-time custodial experience in commercial buildings and /or facilities that demonstrates possession of the following knowledge and ability requirements.
Candidates will need to successfully pass a background investigation to include fingerprint and criminal history evaluation.
The physical demands and working described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms; stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; and talk or hear. Duties require frequent lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds and occasionally lifting and /or moving more than 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts. The employee occasionally works in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, and toxic cleaning chemicals. The employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet during indoor night shift operations. Employees are required to work alone at night and on weekends.
Must be available to work night, weekend and holiday shifts. On night, weekend or holiday shifts as assigned, may be required to work alone. On such assignments, within established policies and procedures, incumbents of this position are expected to work with considerable initiative and independent judgment in identifying and taking corrective action on the more routine problems. Emergency complex problems occurring during such assignments are referred to appropriate higher level building maintenance staff.
Employees will need to travel to alternate work locations.
Hours: 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm
Salary: $15.81/hour plus $.27/hour shift differential = $16.08/hour
Salary: $15.50/hour plus $.27/hour shift differential = $15.77/hour
Northwestern School Corporation is seeking to build a pool of reliable and dependable substitutes for its custodial department. Interested candidates would need to be available on short notice to work 4-8 hour work shifts from approximately 10:00-2:30 p.m. Northwestern requires:
When the background check has been ordered and the application completed, please notify Sheila at: email@example.com. As soon as the completed application and background are received, your name will be forwarded to the Assistant Superintendent and/or Custodial Supervisor for consideration as a substitute.
CUSTODIAN POSITION 12-MONTH POSITION $13.36/hour Shift and Building Assignment to be Determined
Other benefits as per the current Support Staff salary & fringe benefit schedule
12-MONTH POSITION $15.23/hour Candidate will be required to obtain within first year of employment: CDL, Spray License, Synthetic Turf Certification
Demonstrated ability to handle motorized equipment and to perform tasks associated with the positioin. Ability to read, write and to follow written and oral instructions. such alternatives to the above qualifications as may be found acceptabble and appropriate.
To help maintain the school grounds in a condition of excellence so that full use of the areas may be made at all time, and the grounds present a neat and well-groomed appearance. This position receives work direction from the Boiler/Maintenance and Supervisor-District and Director of Maintenance.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. A valid State of New Hampshire drivers license with no restrictions. This position is subject to 180 day probationary period.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts. The employee occasionally works in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, and toxic chemicals. Employees are required to work on weekends as needed.
Employees may need to travel to alternate work locations.
Salary - $17.17/hour
Hours - 8 hours/day
TITLE: INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT/TUTOR FOR ADULT EDUCATION/ESL (Multiple Positions Available) Part-time; up to 15 hours per week JOB GOAL(S): The primary job goal of the Adult Education/ESL Instructional Assistant is to provide support to the instructor at the adult learning sites (ABE/GED/ESL) in the areas of recruitment, retention, record keeping and instruction. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Associates degree required OR Certification: Work Keys Certificate required
Work Experience: Previous experience working with adult learners and familiarity with computers and basic word processing is preferred Skills & Abilities: *Fluent in English and Spanish *Knowledge of delivery of instruction through distance learning *Knowledge of federal and state mandated core indicators and performance accountability measures *Knowledge of instructional methods in ESL, Literacy and/or GED *Knowledge of contextualized instruction *Knowledge of TABES, Work Keys and CASAS assessment tools *Knowledge of the DLEG Adult Basic Education Curriculum Framework for Adults *Knowledge of MDOC Adult Learning Plans *Knowledge of MDOC Educational Program Plan *Knowledge of content area *Knowledge of basic computer skills *Ability to make decisions concerning participant instruction ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Assist the instructor with registering participants. 2. Assist the instructor in administering assessment instruments. 3. Record results of assessment instruments. 4. Assist in retention efforts, e.g., making follow-up phone calls or sending postcards. 5. Assist in maintaining participants' files up to date. 6. Assist in recording participant attendance and curriculum modules (if applicable). 7. Assist in one-on-one or small-group instruction. 8. Aid in participant recruitment efforts, e.g., distributing flyers. 9. Perform other duties as assigned. It is the policy of the Van Buren Intermediate School District that no discriminatory practices based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age, height, weight, marital or family status, military status, ancestry, genetic information or any other legally protected category (collectively, “Protected Classes”), be allowed in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities. Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies should be directed to Barbara Matthews, Director of Finance & Operations or Dave Manson, Assistant Superintendent, 490 S. Paw Paw Street, Lawrence, MI 49064, 269-674-8091.
Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred.
Work Experience: Previous experience working with out-of-school youth and adults and Skills & Abilities: *Knowledge of Federal and State mandated core indicators and performance accountability measures *Knowledge of instructional methods in ESL, Literacy and/or GED *Knowledge of delivery of instruction through distance learning *Knowledge of contextualized instruction *Knowledge of TABES, Work Keys and CASAS assessment tools *Knowledge of Michigan DELEG Adult Basic Education Curriculum Framework for Adults *Knowledge of MDOC Adult Learning Plans *Knowledge of MDOC Educational Program Plan *Knowledge of content area *Knowledge of basic computer skills *Ability to make decisions concerning participant instruction ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Register participants and provide orientation. 2. Administer pre-tests and prescribe an educational plan to meet identified needs. 3. Assist participants in the development of short and long-range goals. 4. Provide participants with a course overview for each level of instruction. 5. Ensure participants sing in and out of class. 6. Provide instruction which includes skills that have real-life applications. 7. Use a variety of teaching techniques and methodologies to ensure all participants are reached. 8. Adapt teaching style and/or lesson plans to suit participant's learning style preferences. 9. Use technology to expand participants' skills in computer literacy, keyboarding and the use of the internet. 10. Stay informed regarding the Adult Education Program at the local and state levels. 11. Maintain, prepare and submit all required reports to the administrator by due dates to ensure all deadlines are met. 12. Work continually on recruitment and retention of participants. 13. Monitor use of computers by participants to ensure participants abide by acceptable use policies. 14. Administer post-tests to evaluate participants' gains. 15. Provide support and training in all areas to Adult Ed service providers. 16. Perform other duties as assigned by the Administrator. It is the policy of the Van Buren Intermediate School District that no discriminatory practices based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age, height, weight, marital or family status, military status, ancestry, genetic information or any other legally protected category (collectively, “Protected Classes”), be allowed in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities. Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies should be directed to Barbara Matthews, Director of Finance & Operations or Dave Manson, Assistant Superintendent, 490 S. Paw Paw Street, Lawrence, MI 49064, 269-674-8091.
Applications are now being accepted by Heritage C.U.S.D. #8 in the Office of the Principal for the following vacancy: Position- Office Substitutes for Secretary Respond to Heritage C.U.S.D. #8, Office of the Principal, PO Box 260, Broadlands, IL. 61816. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Suggested application materials: Application and Letter of Interest by mail or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position Title: Special Education Specialist and School Advocate Location: The SE/Metro Regional Center of Excellence SSOS Team serves schools in the 11 southeast counties and 7 Twin Cities/Metro counties of Minnesota. Many services, planning meetings, and trainings are conducted in the Twin Cities area, while team meetings are held at the Southeast Service Cooperative in Rochester. This individual will office from home. Regional Centers of Excellence Overview: The Regional Centers of Excellence (RCEs), in partnership with districts, schools and charters, focuses school improvement and turnaround efforts on equity and underserved student groups so that schools can meet the needs of each student and ensure that each student benefits from a high-quality school. Position Description: The Special Education Specialist and School Advocate builds the capacity of districts, schools, and charters to engage in continuous improvement, to implement the World’s Best Workforce legislation and the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The ultimate goal of this position is to close achievement gaps, while increasing achievement and graduation rates for all student groups.This is a year-round, full-time position.
Northwestern School Corporation seeks to build it's pool of substitute school nurses. daily rate: $79.59/day
TITLE: SUBSTITUTE SPECIAL EDUCATION BUS AIDES
JOB GOAL(S): The overall job goal of the Substitute Special Education Bus Aide is to fill in as needed due to absences of regular bus aides and supervise
children on the bus so the driver can devote his/her full attention to driving. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High school diploma or equivalent required Work Experience: Previous experience as a school bus aide or bus driver preferred Skills: *Exhibit satisfactory performance on both a written and driving competency test *Possess the physical strength to perform the required tasks ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Assure safety belts are worn by all students riding their bus. 2. Sweep and clean interior of bus as frequently as necessary to maintain cleanliness; this includes, but is not limited to washing windows,
mopping floor, dusting and wiping down seats and driver's area. 3. Discharge students from bus in the presence of a teacher or aide. 4. Ability to implement the principles of first aide and be prepared to administer emergency treatment, when necessary. 5. Maintain order and discipline on the part of every student. 6. Permit a child to leave a bus only on a regular stop, except upon written request of parents or direction of the school authorities. 7. Prevent children from hitching on bus when skating, riding bicycles, etc. 8. Prepare an accident report immediately after every accident involving school bus passengers. 9. Assist students on and off buses, as needed. It is the policy of the Van Buren Intermediate School District that no discriminatory practices based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, height, weight, marital status, disability, genetic information or any other status covered by federal, state, or local law be allowed during any program, activity, service, or in employment. Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies should be directed to the Director of Finance & Operations, 490 S. Paw Paw Street, Lawrence, MI 49064, 269-674-8091.
Northwestern School Corporation is accepting applications for Substitute Teachers. Northwestern requires:
• A current (not more than 1 year old) expanded criminal background check
• A current Indiana Substitute License (unless you hold a current teacher's license, which supersedes a Sub license). If you currently hold either license, please upload the document onto your Appli-track application account.
Interested candidates should complete the online application by clicking the link on Northwestern's webpage. You will be directed to the Wabash Valley Application Consortium, where you may apply to multiple consortium-member schools, as well as apply for multiple positions from the one application. An expanded criminal background check may be ordered through Safe Hiring Solutions. Their link is on the Northwestern website at: www.nwsc.k12.in.us , Information/Employment. Substitutes may order through the Consortium shared link, making the background information available to all consortium schools, or on the Northwestern-only link. The fee to Safe Hiring Solutions is $28. If a recent background has been obtained through another school, please contact the school and request that they fax a copy of your report to Sheila at 765-452-3065. Copies of background checks cannot be accepted directly from applicants.
When the background check has been ordered and the application completed, please notify Sheila at: email@example.com. Once ordered, the background check is usually sent to the school in 3-4 business days. Upon receipt of a satisfactory background check, you will be sent the link to the state licensing site to obtain the Substitute License. The fee for the substitute license is $15. Upon issuance of the license, your name will be sent to the school board for approval. You will also be sent tax documents to set up a payroll file.
Northwestern pays $55 per day to individuals holding a Substitute Permit and $60 per day to substitutes who hold a current Indiana Teacher license.
Further questions about the application process may be directed to:
If interested in substituting at Windthorst ISD, please complete the online application. For any questions please contact Heather Crain at 940-423-6688.
Eastern Elementary School and Eastern Jr./Sr. High School are looking for qualified “substitute teachers”.
Substitute teachers at Eastern work in an excellent educational environment with good support from administrators and other classroom teachers.
To qualify as an Eastern substitute teacher, candidates must have a minimum of sixty (60) hours of college credit. Substitute teachers are paid $54.00 - $60.00 per day depending on certification/credit hours.
Substitute Assistants are needed for all of our schools on an on-call basis throughout the school year.
Please contact our Human Resources office to schedule a screening appointment with one of our administrators.
The 2017-2018 rates are as follows:
Custodian workers are needed for all of our schools on an as-needed basis throughout the school year.
Requirements: Able to lift 50 lbs.
2016-2017 Salary: $9.50/hr
Substitute Food Service workers are needed for all of our schools on an as-needed basis throughout the school year.
2017-2018 Salary: $8.50/hr
Substitute nurses are needed for all of our schools on an on-call basis throughout the school year.
Requirements: Must be a NH certified RN or LPN.
2017-2018 Salary: $150/day
Substitute Secretaries are needed for all of our schools on an on-call basis throughout the school year.
Substitute Teachers are needed for all of our schools on an on-call basis throughout the school year. Please contact our Human Resources office to schedule a screening appointment with one of our administrators.
Lakes Country Service Cooperative, a leader in providing regional support for school districts, cities, counties, and other government agencies is looking for Special Education Paraprofessional Substitutes to work at one, or all of our locations in Alexandria, Fergus Falls and Moorhead. Questions regarding position specifications or the application process, should be directed to Human Resources. Please submit an application online at www.lcsc.org under Employment Opportunities. Position open until filled. EOE.
Lakes Country Service Cooperative, a leader in providing regional support for school districts, cities, counties, and other government agencies is looking for a Special Education Paraprofessional to fill an immediate full-time opening. The successful candidate will work in Alexandria with K-6th grade students with Autism Spectrum Disorders as part of our Setting IV program, called Lakes Country Academy (LCA). LCA provides highly effective social skills training and highly accountable academic programs for K-8 students with emotional and behavioral disabilities in a structured classroom setting. The work day is typically 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Experience working in a special education classroom is preferred, but not necessary to apply. New hires will be trained to assure they are prepared for the classroom. Pay rate is $18.50 per hour. For more information regarding the position specifications, please send a request to dveum@LCSC.org or call at 218-737-6545 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Please apply online at www.lcsc.org under Employment Opportunities. Applications will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 21, 2018. EOE
Hamilton Community Schools is in need of substitue bus drivers. Please apply at https://www.applitrack.com/hamiltonschools/onlineapp/default.aspx
Job Summary: Serve as Special Education Aide Qualifications: High school diploma required. College hours or HQ certification preferred. Working Condition:
Application Procedure: Apply online Selection Procedure: Contact Bruce Patterson at Holliday High Schoo 940-586-1624
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. High school graduate
Salary: $14.57/hour plus additional $.50/hour if NH Teacher Certified or NH Para-Educator II Certified Work Day: 6.5 hours/day Position Type: This is a school-year position - 182 work days
Position is our SEED Program which includes working with three and four year old students who require support based on their IEP.
Lakes Country Service Cooperative, a leader in providing regional support for school districts, cities, counties, and other government agencies is looking for Substitute Teachers to work in one, or all, of our Setting IV Special Education programs in Alexandria, Fergus Falls and Moorhead. A valid Minnesota teaching license or short-call substitute teaching license is required. Please submit an application online at www.lcsc.org under Employment Opportunities. Questions regarding position specifications or the application process, should be directed to Human Resources. Position open until filled. EOE.
Pioneer Regional School Corporation is in the process of hiring substitute drivers. Applications are being taken in person at the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Administration Building, 413 S. Chicago St., Royal Center, IN 46978. Phone 574-643-2605. No online applications are being accepted
SCHOOL BUS DRIVER
Double Route Rate: $87.39/day
* salary & benefits per the current support staff schedule
CERTIFICATION / LICENSE / TRAINING School bus drivers must possess a valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with a passenger endorsement and a Standard Certificate from the Indiana State School Bus Committee in order to transport school children on a school bus. The process for obtaining this licensure is described below. Pass the written DOT/CDL general knowledge test, passenger transport test, air brake test, and school bus endorsement (S) test at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Manuals to prepare for this examination are available at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and on the BMV website. Pass a DOT/CDL physical examination from a medical examiner who has successfully obtained their certification by the FMCSA. The certified medical examiner must complete the DOT/CDL physical form and physical fitness certificate. Physical and physical fitness certificate forms are available in the Transportation office. Every two (2) years (unless the driver has a medical condition that does not prohibit driving but does require more frequent monitoring), drivers with a CDL license are required to undergo a physical examination from a licensed physician and submit the completed DOT/CDL physical form to the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Drivers are expected to maintain personal fitness, including emotional stability and physical capacity while employed as school bus drivers. Pass a drug and alcohol screen as specified on the DOT/CDL physical form. Any person who holds a CDL and operates a school bus, is subject to school corporation policies regarding drug and alcohol use, and to pre-employment, random, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, return-to-duty, and follow-up drug and alcohol testing. All testing shall be done in accordance with USDOT-approved procedures. Employees selected for random testing will be notified by the Transportation Office and advised where to report for testing. Failure to report for, pass, or submit to such testing is grounds for immediate dismissal. Information derived through driver drug testing is confidential medical information and will not be made part of the employee’s personnel file or disclosed to any other party without the driver’s written consent, unless required by law. Drivers may obtain copies of their tests for alcohol or controlled substances by submitting a written request to the Director of Operations. Successfully complete the three day pre-service school bus driver safety education training, presented by Division of School/Traffic Safety and Emergency Planning. Observe a properly licensed school bus driver for eight (8) hours and drive a school bus under the supervision of a properly licensed school bus driver for (4) hours. The Director of Operations will assign a school bus driver for the trainee to observe and drive with to meet this requirement. Pass the DOT/CDL skills test at a certified CDL testing site. With the permission of the Director of Operations, a trainee may use a school corporation school bus as long as a driver, currently employed by the Northwestern School Corporation, accompanies the trainee to the test site.
STATE OF INDIANA DRIVER REQUIRMENTS (IC 20-27-8-1, 575 IAC 1-8-1 through 575 IAC 1-8-6) In order to drive a school bus for the transportation of students an individual much satisfy the following requirements:
CONTACT: Blake Betzner, Director of Operations
NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL CORPORATION
765-457-8101 X 1113
Northwestern School Corporation is accepting applications for extra-curricular Trip Drivers and Substitute Route Bus Drivers. Northwestern requires:
• A current (not more than 1 year old) expanded criminal background check A current Indiana Driver's License - CDL, S Endorsement, Yellow Card A current CDL Physical/Physical Fitness Certificate
When the background check has been ordered and the application completed, please notify Sheila at: email@example.com. As soon as the completed application and background are received, your name will be forwarded to the Transportation Dept for consideration as a sub driver.
If interested in substituting in the cafeteria at Windthorst ISD, please complete the online application. For any questions please contact Heather Crain at 940-423-6688.