Openings as of 12/10/2018
NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Assistant HS Girls Soccer Coach
Reports to - Head Coach, Athletic Director
Essential Performance Responsibilities
Instructs athletes regarding techniques, rules and safety practices of the sport
Develops and organizes practice program
Schedules and conducts practices according to agreed-upon schedules
Supervises athletes from the scheduled beginning of the practice or game until the last athlete leaves, knowing where all participants are at all times
Supervises athletes on buses on trips to other schools
Promotes the entire Norwalk Athletics program
Sets an example of the highest ethical and moral conduct including respecting and supporting contest officials
Fosters among the participants and spectators an appreciation of the values of athletics, an attitude of good sportsmanship, and a sense of pride in self, team, school, and community
Promotes a healthy lifestyle to student athletes
Assists the head coach and athletic director to ensure that lists of all players eligible for athletic contests are prepared and maintained under the rules of Norwalk CSD
Ensures that all athletes have completed and submitted all required documentation, including medical insurance coverage form and have undergone and passed any required medical examinations before the regular practice season begins
Communicates with parents in regards to team rules and athletic department guidelines
Knows and understands the Norwalk Athletic Department rules and regulations
Adheres to all safety laws and district policies
Performs other duties as assigned by the head coach and Athletic Director
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Ability to use computer network system and software applications as needed.
Ability to organize and coordinate work.
Ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and coworkers.
Ability to engage in self-evaluation with regard to performance and professional growth.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work.
Coaching Authorization or license required.
Physical requirements vary by individual job assignment but requires a minimum of the following physical requirements: Walking, standing, bending, carrying, climbing, lifting minimum of 20 pounds, driving, pushing, pulling, reaching, sitting, and stooping.
Terms of Employment
Yearly contract issued.
Evaluated annually by the Head Coach and/or Athletic Director
NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT TITLE: General Worker Job 478 QUALIFICATIONS: A. Skills, knowledge, abilities:
Working Conditions: There are frequent peak rush periods, and time-lines must be met. Must be able to lift materials weighing up to 45 lbs. Must be able to work under extreme temperature changes. Must meet health requirements per state regulations for food handlers. Comments: Must have initiative to see what needs to be done and accomplish same in a timely manner TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Work days and hours to be established by supervisor. Wages and additional terms of employment to be arranged with the Board.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Maintaining the overall cleanliness and safety of the school facility including but not limited to vacuuming, dry mopping, wet mopping, sanitizing, and dusting.
1. Ability to use chemicals, equipment, tools and work processes in cleaning and preventive maintenance of public facilities and grounds.
2. Ability to read and comprehend labels, signs and written instructions.
3. Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
4. Ability to work independently.
5. Ability to establish positive relations with others.
6. Good health as confirmed by required physical exams.
7. Physical condition that allows for the lifting of 50 pounds, the periodic pushing or pulling of over 100 pounds, the ability to work off a ladder or scaffolding, the ability to complete repetitious movement and constant moving, standing or walking for 8 hours per day.
8. Ability to operate mechanical equipment including but not limited to waxing machines, auto scrubber, carpet cleaner, vacuum, custodial cart, lawn mower, snow blower, and weed trimmer.
9. Ability to use communication equipment including but not limited to telephone.
10. A past history of good attendance.
JOB PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Dry mop and wet mop hard surface floors.
2. Vacuum and shampoo carpet.
3. Clean toilets and urinals and disinfect all restroom hardware.
4. Identifies unsafe conditions and corrects in a timely fashion.
5. Submit or complete work orders.
6. Request supplies from the Lead Custodian in a timely fashion.
7. Complete snow removal and applies ice melt in a timely fashion and as directed.
8. Prepare and clean facility rooms for meetings, programs and other activities.
9. Report all safety hazards.
10. Secures the facility as directed.
11. Participate as directed in all staff development training.
12. Be prepared to participate in cross training as a trainer or trainee.
13. Maintain a reliable attendance record.
14. Maintains custodial rooms in a safe, clean and organized fashion.
15. Perform other duties as assigned.
Job Title - Bus Driver, Route 3 (4 hrs per day, 20 hrs per week) Wage Range - $16.00 - $18.10/hr
Reports to - Transportation Director
Position Purpose - To provide safe and efficient transportation so that students may enjoy the fullest
possible advantage from the district’s curriculum and co-curriculum programs.
Conducts pre-trip inspections on the vehicle and records the inspection results.
Reports all repair needs, malfunctioning equipment and vandalism to vehicle.
Keeps bus in a clean and sanitary condition.
Obeys all traffic laws and safety conditions.
Communicates in a positive manner with students, parents, transportation and school staff.
Supervises riders and maintains discipline among passengers.
Reports incidents of misconduct to school administration and follows district policy in accordance with disciplinary action.
Conducts and reports emergency evacuation drills when assigned.
Attends all meetings as called by the Transportation Director or school administration or makes arrangements for receiving information from the meeting if absent.
Maintains a consistent time schedule for the assigned route and reports any changes to the Director of Transportation.
Suggests changes in route or stops to the Transportation Director.
Completes all required reports on time and in the manner prescribed.
Performs all duties in accordance with all existing rules, regulations and school policies.
Immediately reports all accidents and completes required accident forms.
Able to respond to all emergency situations in accordance with district policy.
Reports dangerous situations at stop locations and other route hazards.
Reports violators of the “School Bus Stop Arm Law” to Transportation Director or law authorities.
Compliance with all drug and alcohol policy guidelines and testing.
Knowledge and compliance with district bus driver handbook and the district classified employee handbook.
Satisfactory compliance with all district and state mandatory trainings.
Any other duties as assigned by the Transportation Director or school administration.
Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility.
High School Diploma or GED (or equivalent)
Holds a current, valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with P (passenger), S (student) and air brake endorsements
Holds a valid Iowa School Bus Driver Authorization Certificate issued by the State of Iowa
Able to pass State of Iowa DOT employee physical examination requirements and pre-employment drug screening
Must have an acceptable driving record both within and outside of the State of Iowa
Must have a thorough knowledge of traffic laws and regulations
Previous passenger driving experience is a plus, but not required
Requires occasional lifting, carrying, pushing up to 25-100 pounds
Frequent walking, bending, stooping, and climbing
Must be able to climb steps
Be free of impairment of the use of a foot, leg, hand or arm, or other defects or limitations likely to interfere with the ability to safely control a vehicle
Must be able to sit upright in a vehicle driver position for several hours
Mandatory drug and alcohol testing
Must be able to meet all pre-employment physicals
Occasionally subject to extreme temperature and/or inclement weather conditions. Noisy and often distracting working conditions. Occasional exposure to fumes, bodily fluids, and emergency situations. Tobacco and alcohol free environment.
9-month position (approximately 180 days per year). Employment per board policies and administrative rules and regulations, and the Public, Professional, and Maintenance Employee Master Contract. 30 day probationary period of employment.
Performance evaluated annually by the Transportation Director.
Hours are NOT guaranteed.
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