Openings as of 3/10/2014
Electra ISD is an up and coming small 2A district with approximately 440 students K-12. Currently we are looking for an experienced elementary principal that has positive energy and vision to help lead our elementary school to excellence in all areas. The principal needs to have an open mind and a willingness to collaborate with the existing staff and guide them in the direction we need to go to improve. A strong background in RTI is a plus. Being able to make tough decisions is also a must. Great strides are being made to improve our facilities and our programs which will consequently make Electra ISD a place you will want to be in the foreseeable future. • Salary is negotiable and will be based on experience.
• Deadline for application will be Friday April 4, 2014 • Must live in the district or be willing to relocate to Electra in the near future.
Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources Department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
Gold Burg ISD is accepting applications for the position of Girls Volleyball/Basketball Coach/Teacher. At this time this position has an open teaching field. We wre looking for the best candidate. Please complete an online application or contact Roger Ellis at 940-872-3562 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MCISD is accepting applications for a Secondary Teacher/Coach. Applications may be completed through AppliTrack, which may be accessed at the Munday CISD website, http://www.mundaycisd.net ; just go to Employment Opportunities and follow the link to AppliTrack where you may complete the application. Upon completion, the application will be available for viewing by MCISD administration. For more information, you may contact Patrick Corcoran, Athletic Director, by email Patrick.Corcoran@esc9.net or by calling 940-422-4321.
Thank you for your interest in becoming an employee of Munday CISD.
Robert Dillard, Superintendent, Munday CISD
Primary Purpose: Administrative Assistant to Superintendent
Qualifications: Minimum requirements are: Education/Certificates High School Diploma Special Knowledge/Skills: Minimum 5 years secretarial experience preferred Proficiency in MS Office Suite, Email, Internet, Social Media Ability to Multi-task Strong communication skills, both verbal and written Highly Organized Ability to handle confidential matters and work well under pressure with attention to detail Demonstrate ability to exercise independent judgement, prioritize tasks, and work independently with a high degree of accuracy
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Benefits: District pays 225 per month towards employee's TRS-Active Care Health Insurance plan, and provides a $10,000 life insurance policy. District matches up to $50 monthly for an annuity (LSW) after 3 years of participation by employee.
How to Apply: Qualified individuals should refer to www.noconaisd.net to complete an online application or get a copy form the NISD Central Office.
Contact: Sharon Partin HR Secretary Nocona ISD, District Office
220 Clay St.
Nocona, TX 76255
Phone: (940) 825-3267
Fax: (940) 825-4945
Jacksboro ISD is accepting applications for the position of Director of Child Care Services. Interested applicants should complete the online application or contact Dennis Bennett, Superintendent at email@example.com for additional information.
TITLE: Teacher (Elementary) REPORTS TO: Principal
LENGTH OF ASSIGNMENT: 10 Months
To create a flexible elementary grade program and a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with pupils; to motivate pupils to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed to provide a good foundation for upper elementary grade education, in accordance with each pupil's ability; to establish good relationships with parents and other staff members.
Bachelor's degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate, with required endorsements for subject/level assigned
Knowledge of subjects assigned
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
At least one year of student teaching or approved internship
DUTIES AND PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Teaches reading, language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, art, health, physical education, and music to pupils in a classroom, utilizing course of study adopted by the Board of Education, and other appropriate learning activities.
2. Instructs pupils in citizenship and basic subject matter as specified in 19.TAC Chapter 75 and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district.
3. Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and provides individualized and small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil.
4. Uses a variety of instruction strategies, such as inquiry, group discussion, lecture, discovery, etc.
5. Translates lesson plans into learning experiences so as to best utilize the available time for instruction.
6. Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior needed to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom.
7. Evaluates pupils academic and social growth, keeps appropriate records, and prepares progress reports.
8. Communicates with parents through conferences and other means to discuss pupils progress and interpret the school program.
9. Identifies pupil needs and cooperates with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve health, attitude, and learning problems.
10. Creates an effective environment for learning through functional and attractive displays, bulletin boards, and interest centers.
11. Maintains professional competence through inservice education activities provided by the district and self-selected professional growth activities.
12. Participates cooperatively with the appropriate administrator to develop the method by which the teacher will be evaluated in conformance with district guidelines.
13. Selects and requisitions books and instructional aids; maintains required inventory records.
14. Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom activities during the assigned working day.
15. Administers group standardized tests in accordance with district testing program.
16. Participates in curriculum development programs as required.
17. Participates in faculty committees and the sponsorship of pupil activities
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); ability to instruct; maintain emotional control under stress.
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Boards policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.
Develop and implement lesson plans that fulfill the requirements of district's curriculum program and show written evidence of preparation as required. Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in individual student differences.
Plan and use appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, equipment, and technology that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students assigned and present subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, board policies, and administrative regulations.
Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities. Work cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula as needed for special education students according to guidelines established in Individual Education Plans (IEP). Work with other members of staff to determine instructional goals, objectives, and methods according to district requirements.
Archer City ISD is accepting applications for a Driver's Education Teacher for the Summer 2014. Please complete the online application or contact CD Knobloch, Superintendent at 940-574-4536 for additional information.
Wichita Falls ISD is accepting applications for the position of JROTC Instructor at Harrell Accelerated Centerl. Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources Department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
Wichita Falls ISD is accepting applications for the position of Family and Consumer Science Teacher. Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources Department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
Wichita Falls ISD is accepting applications for the position of High School Math. Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources Department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
Wichita Falls ISD is accepting applications for the position of High School Science. Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources Department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
Wichita Falls ISD is accepting applications for the position of High School Spanish. Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources Department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
TITLE: Teacher (Secondary) REPORTS TO: Principal
Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society.
1. Develop and implement plans for the curriculum program assigned and show written evidence of preparation as required.
1. Prepare lessons that reflect accommodation for individual student differences.
2. Present the subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, board policies, and administrative regulations.
3. Plan and use appropriate instructional/learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect accommodation for individual needs of students assigned.
4. Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results for instructional activities.
5. Work cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula as needed for special education students according to guidelines established by Individual Education Plans (IEP).
6. Cooperate with other members of the staff in planning and implementing instructional goals, objectives, and methods according to district requirements.
7. Plan and supervise purposeful assignments for teacher aide(s) and/or volunteer(s).
8. Use technologies in the teaching/learning process.
Student Growth and Development
10. Assist students in analyzing and improving methods and habits of study.
11. Consistently assess student achievement through formal and informal testing.
12. Assume responsibility for extracurricular activities as assigned and may sponsor outside activities approved by the school.
13. Present a positive role model for students that supports the mission of the school district.
Classroom Management and Organization
14. Create a classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate to the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
15. Manage student behavior in the classroom and administer discipline according to board policies, administrative regulations, and IEP.
16. Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
17. Assist in the selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
18. Establish and maintain open lines of communication with students and their parents.
19. Maintain a professional relationship with all colleagues, students, parents, and community members.
20. Use acceptable communication skills to present information accurately and clearly.
Professional Growth and Development
21. Participate in the district staff development program.
22. Demonstrate interest and initiative in professional improvement.
23. Demonstrate behavior that is professional, ethical, and responsible.
24. Keep informed of and comply with state, district, and school regulations and policies for classroom teachers.
25. Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records and other documents required.
26. Attend and participate in faculty meetings and serve on staff committees as required.
Supervise assigned teacher aide(s).
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); ability to instruct; and maintain emotional control under stress.
. Please complete an online application at www.wfisd.net or contact the Human Resources department at 940-235-1012 for additional information.
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Please Send Resume to Kelly Shackelford at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Title: Diagnostician Wage/Hour Status: Exempt
Reports to: Director of Special Populations Pay Grade: 3
Length of Assignment: 11 Months Date Revised: January, 1997
Implement the special education appraisal process. Assess the educational, learning styles, and program needs of students referred for special education services. Provide diagnostic information and work cooperatively with instructional personnel to provide the most appropriate programs for students with disabilities.
Master's degree in educational assessment
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate
Valid Texas educational diagnostician certificate
Knowledge of diagnostic procedures, education of special education students, human development, and learning theories
Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Ability to travel to multiple work locations as assigned
Three years of successful teaching experience
RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY:
Implements the special education appraisal process. Assesses the educational, learning styles, and program needs of students referred for special education services. Provides diagnostic information and works cooperatively with instructional personnel to provide the most appropriate programs for students with disabilities.
1. Receive student referrals and implement the appraisal process.
2. Select, administer, and interpret formal and informal assessments in term of validity, reliability, and normative data to determine student eligibility for special education services according to federal and Texas Education Agency regulations.
3. Collect and organize relevant assessment data from student's cumulative folder, classroom teacher(s), principal, support staff, parents, and outside resource personnel.
4. Determine eligibility and handicapping condition(s) under current criteria.
5. Prepare comprehensive individual assessment (CIA) report.
6. Conduct classroom observations and personal interviews.
7. Demonstrate ability to obtain valid test results by presenting test materials to students in a confident manner.
8. Willing to consider and implement new testing procedures as developed and publicized.
9. Interpret test results and provide recommendations in relation to improved student performance in the classroom.
10. Report is clear and meaningful to others in terms of a student's classroom performance.
11. Recommendations stated in the report are clear and consistent with other data.
12. Participate in the Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) Committee regarding interpretation of assessment data, appropriate placement, and development of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) for students according to district operating guidelines.
13. Provide staff development training in assigned schools to assist school personnel in the identification and understanding of students with disabilities.
14. Serve as a resource to instructional staff in the development and implements of IEPs.
15. Assists with the coordination between regular and special education personnel to meet the individual needs of special education students.
16. Consult with parents concerning the educational needs of students and interpretation of assessment data.
17. Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records, and other documents required.
18. Comply with policies established by federal and state law, State Board of Education Rules, Commissioner's Rules, and the local board policy/operating guidelines in the area of assessment, placement, and planning for special education services.
19. Assist with specialized materials, equipment, technology, and other resources required to implement each student's IEP as needed.
20. Serve as a resource to regular education teachers in developing and implementing mainstream instruction/modifications and management for special education students.
21. Assist in the maintenance and confidentiality of student records in a timely manner.
22. Present a positive role model for students that supports the mission of the school district.
23. Maintain a positive and effective relationship with supervisors.
24. Comply with all district and local campus routines and regulations.
25. Effectively communicate with colleagues, students, and parents.
26. Support and cooperate with other support staff members and school staff members for effective program implementation.
27. Follow directions of supervisor or administrative staff to whom he/she is responsible.
28. Establish communication system with campus personnel.
29. Accept constructive criticism and act on it willingly to improve job performance.
30. Listen to others point of view and maintain an objective, problem solving posture.
31. Demonstrate the ability to present oral and written communications in a clear and concise manner.
32. Assess and respond to needs related to job responsibilities.
33. Develop and coordinate a continuing evaluation of the assessment program and implement changes based on the findings.
34. Assist in the selection of assessment materials and equipment.
Management /Administrative Fiscal Facilities Functions:
35. Conduct oneself in a professional, ethical manner, in accordance with generally accepted community standards and standard of the teaching profession.
36. Complete all testing and assessment reports within required timelines.
37. Schedule ARD committee meetings and notify all necessary participants within required timelines.
38. Has appropriate forms and necessary reports available at the ARD meetings.
39. Participates in the ARD meeting in an efficient and organized manner.
40. Present information so that it facilitates the decision making process.
41. Set priorities to carry out duties assigned.
42. Assist in the development of new forms and procedures.
43. Follow procedures for the completion of paperwork.
44. Plan/schedule activities to ensure accurate/timely completion.
45. Is punctual in arrival at assigned school and other meetings.
46. Maintain confidentiality unless disclosure is required by law.
47. Provide input in planning special education program needs.
48. Serve as a resource person in assuring that facilities are appropriate for providing services to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
49. Develop and maintain effective individual and group relationships with students and parents.
50. Consult with parents, teachers, administrators, and other relevant individuals to enhance their work with students.
51. Encourage school personnel to emphasize the importance of learning and that all students are expected to work toward the attainment of priority learning goals.
52. Assist teachers in actively involving all students in the learning process at appropriate levels of difficulty.
53. Assist teachers in regularly communicating positive student achievement and progress to parents.
54. Promote a positive learning environment.
55. Articulate the district's mission and goals in the area of assessment services to the community and solicit its support in realizing the mission.
56. Demonstrate awareness of school-community needs and initiate activities to meet those identified needs.
57. Demonstrate the use of appropriate and effective techniques for community and parent involvement.
58. Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of, and interest in the total school program.
Professional Growth and Development:
59. Develop needed professional skills appropriate to job assignment.
60. Abide by the code of Ethics and Standard Practices for Texas Educators and by the Code of Ethics of the Texas Educational Diagnosticians Association.
61. Disseminate ideas and information to other professionals.
62. Assist in conducting staff development when requested.
Campus/District Student Performance:
63. Assist with the collection of special education student performance data (TAAS/alternative assessment, attendance, drop-out, graduation, etc.) as requested by the Director of Special Populations.
64. Assist with the disaggregation of performance data by student groups within special education as requested by the Director of Special Populations.
65. Participate, as requested, in campus/district planning efforts designed to identify performance deficits in the area of special education.
66. Recommend educational strategies designed to improve student performance.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Ability to communicate (verbal and written) to individuals and groups; ability to instruct; maintain emotional control under stress; reading, analyzing, compiling, and interpreting written material and performance data; interpret policy, procedures, and data; stay abreast of emerging issues.
Regular district-wide travel using personal vehicle; light to moderate lifting and carrying; occasional prolonged and irregular hours.
The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.
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Job Title: Counselor Wage/Hour Status: Exempt
Reports to: Principal Pay Grade: Counselor Salary Schedule
Length of Assignment: 11 Months Date Revised: February, 1997
Plan, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive program of guidance to school assigned, including counseling services. Provide a proactive, developmental guidance program for all students to maximize personal growth and development.
Master’s degree in education
Certifiable as a Texas counselor
Demonstrate communication skills
Any alternatives as the Board may deem appropriate and acceptable
Three years of successful classroom teaching experience
The counselor is responsible for providing a complete program of guidance services for the school(s) assigned. This program will include assessments and guidance services to meet the educational and vocational needs of all students.
The counselor is responsible to the building principal(s) for the coordination and delivery of counseling services
1. The counselor plans, implements, and evaluates a comprehensive program of guidance, including counseling services.
2. The counselor participates in the planning and evaluation of the district/school standardized testing program.
3. The counselor interprets tests and other appraisal results appropriately.
4. The counselor uses other sources of student data appropriately for assessment purposes.
5. The counselor presents a positive role model for students that supports the mission of the school district.
6. The counselor maintains a positive and effective working relationship with the supervisor.
7. The counselor complies with all district and local campus routines and regulations.
8. The counselor effectively communicates with colleagues, students, parents, community, and appropriate agencies.
School Organization Improvement
9. The counselor maintains high standards of productivity.
10. The counselor makes judgments using critical thinking skills and objective information.
11. The counselor addresses priorities and completes tasks/obligations by practicing effective time management.
12. The counselor keeps records organized, up-to-date, and accurate.
13. The counselor supervises activities of clerical personnel.
14. The counselor exhibits sound fiscal management practices.
15. The counselor manages facilities and programs in a responsible manner.
16. The counselor teaches the school developmental guidance curriculum.
17. The counselor assists teachers in the teaching of guidance related curriculum.
18. The counselor guides individuals and groups of students through the development of educational and career plans.
19. The counselor counsels individual students using accepted theories and techniques that are appropriate.
20. The counselor consults with parents, teachers, administrators, and other relevant individuals to enhance their work with students.
21. The counselor coordinates with school and community personnel to bring together resources for students.
22. The counselor uses an effective referral process for assisting students and others to use special programs and services.
23. The counselor adheres to ethical, legal, and professional standards.
24. The counselor is responsive to student, campus, and district performance.
Effective verbal and written communication skills, interpretation skills, (test data, procedures, etc.), reasoning skills, analyzing, instructing, mental discipline to stay on task and manage numerous tasks simultaneously; planning; ability/flexibility to work in a variety of school environments.
Light to moderate lifting (test booklets, materials, supplies, books). Occasional prolonged or irregular hours.
TITLE: Librarian REPORTS TO: Principal
LENGTH OF ASSIGNMENT: 10 Months
Supervise and manage the school library/media center. Provide services and resources that allow students to develop skills in locating, evaluating, synthesizing, and using information to solve problems. Serve as teacher, materials expert, and curriculum adviser to ensure that library/media center is involved in instructional programs of the school.
Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university
Valid Texas librarian or learning resources specialist certificate or endorsement
Knowledge of library science
Ability to instruct and manage student behavior
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Experience in library/media center in public school setting
1. Provide group instruction and individual guidance to students to help them locate resources and use research techniques.
2. Consult teachers on appropriate use of materials and help them schedule materials for classroom instruction.
3. Serve as information resource for users of library/media center materials and provide staff development opportunities for teachers on the availability and use of campus and district learning resources.
4. Effectively plan school library program to meet identified needs.
5. Assist in preparation of bibliographies and curriculum guides.
6. Manage acquisitions, processing, organizing, distribution, maintenance, and inventory of resources.
7. Coordinate development and maintenance of community resource file.
8. Maintain schedules for instructional television programs and encourage use of video programs for educational purposes.
9. Create a library/media center environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity level and interests of students.
10. Use appropriate and effective techniques to encourage community and parent involvement.
11. Carry out discipline in accordance with board policies and administrative regulations.
12. Interact with students to promote positive attitudes toward school library.
13. Compile, budget and cost estimates based on documented program needs.
14. Compile, maintain, and file all physical and computerized reports, records, and other documents required.
15. Comply with federal and state laws, State Board of Education rule, and board policy in the library/media services area.
16. Develop and coordinate a continuing evaluation of the library/media center program and make changes based on the findings.
17. Comply with all district and campus routines and regulations.
18. Maintain a positive and effective relationship with supervisors.
19. Communicate effectively with colleagues, students, and parents.
Supervise clerical aide(s), student aides, and volunteers.
Effective communication skills, interpretation skills; mental discipline to stay on task and handle numerous tasks simultaneously.
Transporting of equipment and instructional materials; occasional prolonged or irregular hours.
Personal and networked computers, printer, copier, fax machine, calculator, instructional media.
Montague County SSA is accepting applications for an Occupational Therapist. Contact Lorra Lierly, Special Education Director at 940-825-5061 or by email at email@example.com for additional information.
If interested in substituting at Windthorst ISD, please complete the online application. For any questions please contact Heather Crain at 940-423-6688.
Updated 9/15/2011 RLD
Please complete an online application at www.jacksboroisd.net.
Please come by the Jacksboro Administration Office for paperwork and information. Contact number is 940-567-7203.
Bryson ISD is always accepting applications for the position of Substitute Teacher Interested applicants need to complete the online application. Please contact Pam Sanders, Superintendent secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Chillicothe ISD is accepting applications for the position of Superintendent of School. All qualified applicants should submiot a letter of intent, an up-to-date resume, a list of relevent certifications, a copy of appropirate transcripts, and a list of references. References should include addresses and a daytime phone number. Applicaitons packets and inquiries should be addressed to:
Jerry Baird, Interim Superintendent
P.O. Box 418
Chillicothe, TX 79225
email@example.com Applicants will be confidential prior to the selection of a lone finalist.
Munday CISD is accepting applications for the position of Daycare Substitute. Interested applicants should apply online . Interested applicants should apply online using Applitrack or contact Joyce Sanders at Joyce.Sanders@esc9.net or 422-4321, ext. 1, for additional information. To apply online, go to http://www2.esc9.net/munday/, click on Employment Opportunities, and click on the appropriate job application link. When completed and submitted, your application will be sent to the appropriate personnel.
Updated 9/15/2011 RLD
TITLE: Classroom Aide REPORTS TO: Principal and Teacher(s) Assigned
Assist the teacher in the preparation and management of classroom activities and administrative requirements. Work under the supervision of a certified teacher.
High School Diploma
SBEC Educational Aide Certification(Required for position, can obtain after hiring.)
Ability to work well with children
Knowledge of general office equipment
Some experience working with children
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
1. Uphold and enforce school rules, administrative regulations, and state and local board policy.
2. Assist the teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom displays.
3. Work with individual students or small groups to conduct instructional exercises assigned by the teacher.
4. Assist with the administration and scoring of objective testing instruments or work assignments.
5. Assist in supervising students throughout the school day, both inside and outside the classroom.
6. Keep the teacher informed of any special needs or problems of individual students.
7. Assist in maintaining a neat and orderly classroom.
8. Assist in inventory, care, and maintenance of equipment.
9. Assist the teacher in keeping administrative records and preparing required reports.
10. Participate in staff development training programs, faculty meetings, and special events, as needed.
11. Provide orientation and assistance to substitute teachers.
Copier, typewriter, and audiovisual equipment
Reading; ability to communicate effectively (verbal); maintain emotional control under stress
Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Moderate standing, stooping, bending, and lifting.
Northside I. S. D. is seeking a Bus Driver for the 2012-2013 school year. Applicant must possess or be able to secure CDL. Driver must have good driving record and pass a background check. All drivers are subject to random drug testing as required by statute.
The Iowa Park CISD Transportation Department is now taking applicatons for School Bus Drivers. To apply please contact Teresa Jameson at the Iowa Park CISD Administration Office, 328 E. Highway, or call (940) 592-5082.
Job Title: Food Service Worker Wage/Hour Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Cafeteria Manager & Director of Food Service Pay Grade: Hourly
Length of Assignment: 10 Months Date Revised:
Responsible for preparing appropriate quantities of food to meet menu requirements and maintaining high standards of quality in food production, sanitation, and safety practices.
Ability to understand instructions for food preparation and safety procedures
Working knowledge of kitchen equipment and food production
1. Prepare quality food according to a planned menu of tested, uniform recipes.
2. Supervise the storage and care of food items and supplies; maintain a clean and organized storage area.
3. Care for and use equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
4. Serve food according to meal schedules, departmental policies, and procedures.
5. Maintain garbage collection containers and areas in a neat and sanitary fashion.
6. Follow established procedures to ensure standards of cleanliness, health, and safety.
7. Handle and record cashier functions accurately.
8. Assist in recording food requisitions and request orders of necessary supplies.
9. Maintain personal appearance and hygiene.
10. Promote teamwork and interaction with fellow staff members.
Uses large and small kitchen equipment to include electric slicer, mixer, pressure steamer, deep-fat fryer and sharp cutting tools; ovens; dishwashers; and food and utility carts.
Understands verbal instructions. Continual standing, walking, pushing, and pulling; frequent stooping, bending kneeling, and climbing (ladder), moderate lifting and carrying. Moderate exposure to extreme hot and/or cold temperatures.
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Job Title: Bus Driver Wage/Hour Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Transportation Director Pay Grade: Hourly
Length of Assignment: 10 Months Date Revised:
Responsible for the safe and orderly transportation of students on assigned route. Operate a school bus that transports students and other authorized personnel to and from schools or designated locations.
Valid Texas commercial driver's license (Class B)
Must be 18 years of age
Ability to follow verbal instructions
Acceptable driving record according to Texas Education Agency standards
1. Observe all traffic laws and safety regulations for school buses.
2. Maintain safety precautions when students are boarding and departing bus.
3. Maintain discipline and report student discipline problems to appropriate administrator.
4. Follow assigned route and adhere to established schedules.
5. Check bus for mechanical defects before and after each operation and prepare work orders for needed repairs.
6. Communicate with school personnel and parents about student behavior while on the bus.
7. Keep assigned bus clean and fueled.
8. Operate two way radio equipment and communicate with transportation office.
9. Report all accidents, vehicle damage, and student injuries, and complete required reports.
10. Drive bus on extracurricular activities as needed.
Operate school bus.
Continual sitting, reaching, and repetitive hand and arm motions. Ability to operate motor vehicle. Work outside and inside; moderate exposure to extreme temperatures (hot) and vehicle fumes.
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Job Title: Custodian Wage/Hour Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Custodial Supervisor Pay Grade: Hourly
Length of Assignment: 12 Months Date Revised: January, 2013
Follow routine cleaning and maintenance procedures to maintain a high standard of safety, cleanliness, and efficiency of building operations and grounds.
Ability to read and understand instructions for cleaning, maintenance, and safety procedures
Knowledge of minor repair techniques and building and grounds maintenance
Ability to operate cleaning equipment and lift heavy equipment
Ability to properly handle cleaning supplies
1. Maintain a cleaning schedule (7 Step Cleaning Procedure) that will include cleaning of floors, chalkboards, wastebaskets, windows, furniture, equipment, and restrooms.
2. Keep school building and grounds, including sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, and play areas, neat and clean.
3. Comply with local laws and procedures for storage and disposal of trash.
4. Maintaining an inventory of cleaning supplies and equipment and request additional supplies as needed.
Maintenance and Repair:
5. Assist with lunchroom set up, including arranging tables and chairs.
6. Perform preventive maintenance to ensure the comfort, health, and safety of students and staff.
7. Regulate heat, ventilation, and air conditioning systems to provide appropriate temperatures and ensure economical usage of fuel, water, and electricity.
8. Make minor building repairs as needed and report major repair needs to principal.
9. Move furniture or equipment within building as directed by principal.
10. Assist in setting up facilities for special events.
11. Assist with opening and closing building each school day.
12. Follow established procedures for locking, checking, and safeguarding facilities.
13. Check daily to ensure that all exit doors are open and all panic bolts are working properly during hours of building occupancy.
14. Inspect machines and equipment for safety and efficiency.
15. Operate tools and equipment according to established safety procedures.
16. Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties, including lifting, climbing, etc.
17. Correct unsafe conditions in work area and report any conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
18. Treat all staff and students in a professional courteous manner.
19. Maintain emotional control under stress.
Frequent strenuous walking, standing, climbing, and heavy lifting and carrying. Work outside and inside, on slippery or uneven walking surfaces, and ladders. Exposure to hot and cold temperatures, dust, toxic chemicals and materials. Work alone and/or in groups. Ability to read and understand label information. Ability to understand verbal instructions.
Roto, wet and dry vacuum cleaners, extractors, finishing systems, auto scrubber, burnisher, custodial cart, floor cleaning equipment, ladders, hand truck, hand tools.
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updated 9/1/2011 RLD
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.
Job Title: Grounds Worker Wage/Hour Status: Non-Exempt
Length of Assignment: 12 Months Date Revised: January, 2013
Maintain safe and attractive grounds and landscaping for the district.
Valid Texas driver's license
Ability to read and understand written instructions
Ability to communicate verbally
Ability to operate tractor and landscaping equipment
Ability to operate riding or power mower, power tools, and hand tools
Grounds and Landscaping:
1. Mow, edge, trim and detail all district grounds, including athletic fields.
2. Care for trees, shrubs, and flowers by watering, pruning, fertilizing, mulching, caring for beds, and controlling weeds.
3. Plant shrubs and vegetation.
4. Assist with the preparation of athletic fields for games, including chalking fields.
5. Maintain a schedule to water, trim, and fertilize all district grounds.
6. Collect and dispose of leaves, dirt, rubbish, and refuse from district facilities.
7. Assist with the inspection, repair, and installation of sprinkler systems.
8. Assess damage to shrubs, trees, flowers and grass and replant when necessary.
9. Keep sidewalks, parking areas and lawns in clean, litter free and in excellent appearance.
10. Operate tools and equipment according to prescribed safety procedures.
11. Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties, including lifting, climbing, etc.
12. Correct unsafe conditions in work area and report any conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
13. Help keep vehicle, equipment, and tools clean and in safe operating condition.
14. Inspect and adjust tools and equipment for safety and efficiency and perform preventive maintenance as needed.
15. Transport workers and equipment to work sites throughout the district.
16. Treat all staff and students in a professional courteous manner.
17. Maintain emotional control under stress.
Tractor and mower, riding and power mower, gas–powered weed trimmer, blower, edger, sprayer, striping machine, garden and hand tools, posthole auger, aerator. Light truck or van.
Continual walking, standing, climbing, stooping, bending, kneeling, reaching, and heavy lifting and carrying. Work outside and around moving objects or vehicles. Exposure to extreme temperatures, chemicals (herbicides and fertilizer), and loud noises. Frequent district wide travel.
Chillicothe ISD is accepting application for a Custodian/Mainteance Worker at the secondary campus. Please complete an online application or contact Chillicothe ISD admiistration office at 940-852-5391 for additional information.
Job Title: General Maintenance Worker Wage/Hour Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Director of Buildings and Grounds Pay Grade: Hourly
Perform general maintenance and repair of building structures and their mechanical, electrical, and sanitary systems throughout the district. Assist with maintenance of grounds.
Ability to follow verbal or written instructions
Knowledge of basic construction and routine maintenance and repair procedures
Knowledge of basic HVAC, steam systems and electrical equipment
Ability to communicate effectively (verbally)
Ability to operate power and hand tools
Ability to work independently
One year experience in general building maintenance
1. Repair and maintenance of district facilities, including repairing woodwork; replacing electrical switches, fixtures, and motors; painting, repairing, and replacing plumbing fixtures and drainage systems; and replacing broken glass.
2. Inspect building exterior, interior, playground equipment, and grounds; perform maintenance and minor repairs.
3. Detect and report needed major repairs on building structures and their systems, including lockers, furniture, and equipment.
4. Complete repairs as requested on work orders or by maintenance supervisor.
5. Assist with the relocation of furnishings, such as desks, tables, chairs, file cabinets, etc.
6. Move, install, assemble, and repair all school furniture and playground equipment as needed.
7. Hang pictures, mirrors, blackboards, bulletin boards, projection screens, towel dispensers, soap dispensers, and other items as required.
8. Install door and window assemblies and hardware, including window glass and screens.
9. Install ceiling and flooring materials.
10. Operate light truck to transport furniture and equipment throughout the district.
11. Assist with mowing and detailing of district grounds.
12. Operate tools and equipment according to prescribed safety procedures.
13. Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties, including lifting, climbing, etc.
14. Correct unsafe conditions in work area and report any conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
15. Maintain tools and equipment and perform preventive maintenance as required.
Power tools (drill, saw, etc.), hand tools, welder (gas and electric air).
Ability to read, communicate verbally, understand verbal and written directions, and work with minimal supervision. Continual walking and standing; frequent heavy lifting and carrying; climbing, stooping, bending, kneeling, and reaching. Work outside and inside. Exposure to extreme temperatures, dust, fumes, and odors. Exposure to mechanical, electrical, and chemical hazards. Work around moving objects or vehicles.
Maintenance worker who can handle a/c and electrical duties. For more information, contact Craig Adkins at (940) 567-7277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.