San Lorenzo Unified School District

San Lorenzo Community
The Community of San Lorenzo is situated in unincorporated Alameda County between the cities of San Leandro and Hayward. The 2010 United States Census reported that 23,452 people, 7,425 households, and 5,792 families reside in San Lorenzo. The population density is approximately 8,488 people per square mile (3,276.8/km²). The racial makeup is approximately 47.4% White (32.4% non-Hispanic), 4.8% African American (4.5% non-Hispanic), 1.0% Native American, 21.6% Asian, 0.8% Pacific Islander, 17.9% from other races, and 6.5% from two or more races. Roughly 37.7% of the population is Hispanic or Latino of any race.  The school district boundaries include parts of the cities of San Leandro and Hayward. 

San Lorenzo Students
The students of San Lorenzo represent the diversity of the town's past and present. Of the students attending TK-12 schools in San Lorenzo, 56% are Hispanic/Latino, 13% are Asian, 12% are Black/African American, nine percent are white, eight percent are Filipino and two percent are of other races. Forty two percent of the students in San Lorenzo speak Spanish as their first language, while 40% speak English as their first languages. Other languages represented include Cantonese/Mandarin (7% ), Tagalog (4% ), Vietnamese (3%) and Arabic (3%). Three percent of our students speak one of 37 other languages. Of the approximately 10,500 students, 69% are eligible for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program.  Seventy-two percent of the District's students are either socio-economically disadvantaged, English Learners or Foster Youth. Many of our students fall into more than one of these categories, but can only be counted once.

San Lorenzo School District
The district was established on November 8, 1859 and is one of the oldest continuously operating school systems in the State of California. From a humble beginning in 1850 with only six students and a tiny portable schoolhouse, the District reached its peak size in 1970 with 18,000 students enrolled in 28 schools. The current Superintendent of the district is Dr. Fred Brill who has served the community since 2014. The district collaborates with multiple city and county government departments to access and organize services for students and families. The school district partners with many local initiatives to create multiple opportunities for students and families. These partnerships include Alameda County Supervisors and Alameda County Office of Education to provide services to community members ages 11-24 at the REACH Ashland Youth Center.

Currently, San Lorenzo Unified School District consists of nine elementary schools, three middle schools, and four high school sites. The District Independent Contracted Education (DICE) program gives students the chance to receive several hours of instruction each week one on one with a highly qualified teacher, while taking on the obligation to complete an additional number of study hours at home.  In 2004, the school district adopted wall to wall Small Learning Communities and offers eight different programs for all 3300 high school students.  

District-wide all teachers have focused on implementation of Common Core State Standards to guide classroom instruction. Administrators and teachers use multiple measures of assessment, including NWEA and CAASPP to determine program needs. Teachers utilize formative and summative data across grade and subject areas to inform instruction. Weekly collaboration, planning and analysis of lesson objectives, student work samples, and performance on common assessments drive the delivery of curriculum and the instructional strategies utilized. Analysis of data determines intervention course offerings.

22 job(s) at San Lorenzo Unified School District

San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Apr 05, 2018
Full Time
Under general supervision, supervise students in the lunchroom and on the grounds; perform light cafeteria work as assigned; do related work as requested. Essential Functions: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Supervise students in the lunchrooms, playgrounds, bus stops, parking lots, crosswalks, and other areas assigned including locker rooms and classrooms when teachers are unavailable; Engage student in play and games on the blacktop/field; Be alert for and report conditions hazardous to the health and safety of children; Enforce all school agreements concerning proper behavior of students; Report ongoing/serious conflicts to administration; Monitor and scan (move through target areas) while supervising; Perform light cafeteria duties such as cleaning tables and benches; Assist students as needed with opening lunch items; Maintain order in and around (indoor/outdoor) lunch areas; Collect lost jackets and maintain lost and found; Assist children in conflict mediation/solving problems; Assist with school wide activities such as Picture Day and Vision/Hearing Screening to maintain efficient movement of students to and from activity; Other related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Basic mathematical knowledge Sanitation principles of cleaning ABILITY TO: Learn school agreements concerning proper behavior of students; Learn proper methods of supervision; Understand and work effectively with students; Understand and follow oral and written instructions; Deal effectively with a wide variety of personalities and situations requiring diplomacy; friendliness, poise and firmness; Work in a team environment with appropriate interpersonal skills. Education & Experience Requirements: EXPERIENCE: None required, some type of experience supervising or working with children is desirable EDUCATION: Equivalent to completions of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure ability to perform job duties Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for the Substitute Campus Safety Assistant position vary. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Apr 05, 2018
Full Time
Under general supervision, perform a variety of general cleaning tasks in school building and surrounding areas; do related work as required. Hours of assignment are flexible. Essential Functions: Works from a prepared work schedule. Sweeps, scrubs, waxes and polishes concrete, linoleum, tile, wood floors, and vacuum rugs and carpets in school classrooms, offices and other assigned areas. Picks up paper and other refuse on grounds and sweeps walks and entrances. Washes, scrubs, disinfect rest rooms and cleans sinks and toilets in restrooms. Cleans and dusts walls, furniture, woodwork, and other equipment. Assists in moving or rearranging chairs, tables, desks, furniture, sports equipment, and other equipment. Maintains various classroom and restroom supplies, including towels, soap, tissues and other sanitary items. May set up, open and close classrooms and other school facilities for various community activities. Checks and locks doors and windows. Removes graffiti by scrubbing, scraping or painting. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY KNOWLEDGE OF: Modern cleaning methods and equipment used in a variety of custodial work Fire and other safety hazards involved in the operation of a school plant ABILITY TO: Use cleaning materials and equipment with skill, safety and efficiency Perform heavy physical labor Work from heights such as ladders, scaffolds, etc. Understand and follow a work schedule as well as oral and/or written instructions Work cooperatively with others Education & Experience Requirements: Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure the ability to perform job duties. One year of experience in manual work, preferably including some janitorial duties. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for the Custodian - Substitute position vary.
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Oct 27, 2018
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned administrator, perform a variety of instructional support duties involved in providing instructional assistance to individuals and small groups of special education students with moderate to severe disabilities; assist in providing learning activities and meeting the special needs of assigned students in areas related to feeding, toileting, positioning, hygiene, motor skill, sensory and physical therapy functions; monitor health conditions; perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned. Essential Functions: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Assist with the development, preparation, and reinforcement of learning materials and in the performance of other instructional activities for assigned physically/severely handicapped special education program; assist assigned teacher with the implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs); provide input into the development of individual educational goals and objectives as assigned. Assist students with independent living skills and personal hygiene, brushing teeth and grooming as required; assist students with eating activities; toilet students and change diapers and soiled clothing as required. Monitor and assist students with activities to develop small muscle and eye-hand coordination; assist children in learning gross motor skills; assist children in learning fine motor skills such as reaching, grabbing, folding and cutting. Assist children in the use of various orthopedic devices, classroom computers, adaptive equipment, and electronic communication devices. Confer with teachers and specialists concerning programs and materials to meet student needs; notify teacher of any special problems or information concerning students; adapt and modify lessons or materials to meet the individual needs of the students. Assist staff with the preparation of instructional and testing materials; administer and score tests; assist in the preparation of graphic and written teaching materials. Assist individual or small groups of students with academic, social skills and the achievement of IEP goals; reinforce instruction to individuals or small groups in a variety of subjects; develop creative methods and techniques for working with students within the suggested framework of the teacher; review plans with the teacher to ensure correct teaching techniques are being utilized for each student. Assist in evaluating student progress in a wide variety of skills; correct papers; report progress regarding student performance and behavior to the teacher; assist staff in administering assessment tests as assigned by the position. Observe and manage behavior and safety of students according to approved procedures; assist in maintaining order among the students in the classroom and on the school grounds and field/community trips; accompany students going from one location to another; accompany students to and from the bus. Record information, compile data and maintain records, files, and assemble packets and materials for students. Provide support to the teacher by setting up work areas, displays, and exhibits, operating audiovisual equipment and educational training equipment, distributing and collecting papers and supplies, preparing bulletin board materials, and decorating the classroom; assist in main-taining a neat, orderly, and attractive learning environment. Assist in assessing programs and materials to meet the needs of the children; collect, assemble, and distribute learning materials, supplies, equipment, and other resource materials; order instructional material and aids as necessary. Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a telephone, copier, computer and assigned software. Perform feeding and positioning techniques as prescribed and under the direction of teacher, nurse, specialist or doctor; provide routine first aid to injured students according to established procedures as needed; monitor students for seizures and other health conditions as assigned. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. May provide specialized medical services in accordance with Collective Bargaining Agreement. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Problems and concerns of students with special education needs. Child guidance principles and practices related to children with special education needs. Basic subjects taught in schools. Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Modern instructional equipment, practices and techniques. Basic record keeping procedures. General methods of education and tutoring. General needs, learning styles, and behavior of students. Child development theory and principles. Techniques to motivate students and manage student behavior. Safe work practices. Basic first aid and CPR techniques. ABILITY TO: Reinforce instruction to individual or small groups of orthopedically and severely handicapped special education students as directed by the teacher. Assist in the preparation of instructional materials and implementation of individual education plans. Assist with the instructional and related activities of the assigned learning environment. Support the assigned teacher's style of classroom management. Supervise students according to approved policies and procedures. Operate modern instructional equipment including computer equipment. Learn the procedures and functions necessary to perform assigned duties. Learn instructional terminology, program philosophies, concepts, materials, methods, and procedures. Learn child guidance principles and practices. Interact effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Perform clerical duties including filing and duplicating. Maintain accurate records. Maintain confidentiality of student and school information. Demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward children. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Administer basic first aid and CPR as needed. Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and one year experience working with children with special education needs in an educational environment. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid First Aid and CPR certificates issued by an authorized agency. Must meet requirements specified under the Federal Accountability mandates. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Classroom environment. Indoor/outdoor PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office and classroom equipment. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to assist students. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for the Paraeducator- Physical Handicapped/Severely Handicapped - Substitute position vary. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Oct 27, 2018
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned administrator, perform a variety of instructional support duties involved in providing instructional assistance to individuals and small groups of special education students with mild to moderate disabilities; perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned. Essential Functions: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Assist with the development, preparation, and reinforcement of learning materials and in the performance of other instructional activities for assigned special education program; assist assigned teacher with the implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs); provide input into the development of individual educational goals and objectives as assigned. Accompany students to regular education classrooms; adapt and modify lessons or materials to meet the individual needs of the students. Confer with teachers concerning programs and materials to meet student needs; notify teacher of any special problems or information concerning students. Assist staff with the preparation of instructional and testing materials; administer and score tests; assist in the preparation of graphic and written teaching materials; assist in the ordering of instructional materials and aids as necessary. Assist individual or small groups of students with academic, social skills and the achievement of IEP goals; reinforce instruction to individuals or small groups in a variety of subjects; develop creative methods and techniques for working with students within the suggested framework of the teacher; review plans with the teacher to ensure correct teaching techniques are being utilized for each student. Assist in evaluating student progress in a wide variety of skills; correct papers; report progress regarding student performance and behavior to the teacher; assist staff in administering assessment tests as assigned by the position. Observe and manage behavior and safety of students according to approved procedures; assist in maintaining order among the students in the classroom and on the school grounds; field/community trips; accompany students going from one location to another; escort students to the restroom; accompany student to and from the bus. Record information, data compiling and maintaining records and files, on student performance. Provide support to the teacher by setting up work areas, displays, and exhibits, operating audiovisual equipment and educational training equipment, distributing and collecting papers and supplies, preparing bulletin board materials, and decorating the classroom; assist in main-taining a neat, orderly, and attractive learning environment. Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a telephone, copier, computer and assigned software. Provide routine first aid to injured students according to established procedures as needed. OTHER DUTIES: Other related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Child guidance principles and practices related to children with special education needs. Basic subjects taught in schools. Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Modern instructional equipment, practices and techniques. Basic record keeping procedures. General methods of education and tutoring. General needs, learning styles, and behavior of students. Basic child development theory and principles. Basic techniques to motivate students and manage student behavior. Safe work practices. Basic first aid and CPR techniques. ABILITY TO: Reinforce instruction to individual or small groups of special education students as directed by the teacher. Assist in the preparation of instructional materials and implementation of individual education plans. Assist with the instructional and related activities of the assigned learning environment. Support the assigned teacher's style of classroom management. Supervise students according to approved policies and procedures. Operate modern instructional equipment including computer equipment. Learn the procedures and functions necessary to perform assigned duties. Learn instructional terminology, program philosophies, concepts, materials, methods, and procedures. Learn child guidance principles and practices. Interact effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Maintain accurate records. Maintain confidentiality of student and school information. Demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward children. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Administer basic first aid and CPR as needed. Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and one year experience working with children in an educational environment. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid First Aid and CPR certificates issued by an authorized agency. Must meet requirements specified under the Federal Accountability mandates. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Classroom environment. Indoor/outdoor PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office and classroom equipment. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to assist students. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for the Paraeducator- Special Education - Substitute position vary. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Oct 27, 2018
Full Time
Under the direction of the assigned administrator, performs a variety of instructional support duties involved in providing instructional assistance to individuals and small groups of students in a classroom; and to perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned in support of the classroom. Essential Functions: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Assist with the preparation of instructional materials. Assist with the presentation of learning materials and instructional exercises for students; assist in the conduct of lessons and other classroom activities; prepare for and assist with various classroom projects; clean up after classroom projects. Observe and manage behavior and safety of students according to approved procedures; assist maintaining order among the children in the classroom and on the school grounds; supervise students as assigned in the classroom, playground, cafeteria, or while on field trips; accompany students going from one location to another. Perform a variety of classroom related clerical duties including maintaining records and files. Provide support to the teacher by setting up work areas, displays, and exhibits; operating audiovisual equipment and educational training equipment; distributing and collecting papers and supplies; preparing bulletin board materials, and decorating classroom; assist in maintaining a neat, orderly, and attractive learning environment. Assist in assessing programs and. materials to meet the needs of the children; collect, assemble and distribute learning materials, supplies, equipment, and other resource materials; assist in the ordering of instructional material and aids when necessary. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Child guidance principles and practices related to children. Basic subjects taught in schools. Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Modern instructional equipment, practices and techniques. Basic record keeping procedures. General methods of education and tutoring. General needs, learning styles, and behavior of students. Basic child development theory and principles. Basic techniques to motivate students and manage student behavior. Safe work practices. Basic first aid and CPR techniques. ABILITY TO: Reinforce instruction to individual or small groups of students as directed by the teacher. Assist in the preparation of instructional materials. Support the assigned teacher's style of classroom management. Supervise students according to approved policies and procedures. Operate modern instructional equipment including computer equipment. Learn the procedures and functions necessary to perform assigned duties. Learn instructional terminology, program philosophies, concepts, materials, methods, and procedures. Learn child guidance principles and practices. Interact effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Perform classroom related clerical duties including filing and duplicating. Maintain accurate records. Maintain confidentiality of student and school information. Demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward children. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Administer basic first aid and CPR as needed. Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent with additional specialized training in child development, education, or a related field is desirable. Some experience working with children in an organized setting. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid First Aid and CPR certificates issued by an authorized agency. Must meet requirements specified under Federal Accountability Mandates. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Classroom environment. Outside on playgrounds to provide supervision. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office and classroom equipment. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to assist students. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for the Paraeducator- Substitute position vary. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Full Time
Definition Under general supervision, operate a truck in the delivery of lunches to district schools; and to do related work as required Essential Functions: Examples of Duties : Drives a light truck,making deliveries to schools and school cafeterias; Loads and unloads truck; Keeps count of lunches and other foodstuffs to be delivered on truck and actually delivered; Fills vending machines at various schools; Sells food to students at lunchtime; Loads thermal bags for pre-school lunch program; Performs other duties of School Lunch Helper Knowledge of : Operation of light truck; Safe driving practices and traffic laws; Basic mathematics; Sanitation principles applicable to food transport and service. Ability to : Drive a light truck safely; Follow oral and written instructions; Operate machines found in school cafeterias; Keep all necessary records; Receive cash and make change accurately and quickly; Maintain cordial working relations with co-workers, children, school staff and public. Education & Experience Requirements: Experience : Six months experience at the School Lunch Helper I level or work experience equivalent to six months of recent commercial driving experience. Education : Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure ability to perform job duties. Other Requirements : Possession of a valid California driver's license is a continuous requirement. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis.Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process.Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Qualified candidates on the eligibility list will be contacted for Substitute, Limited Term, and Provisional positions. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for the CAFETERIA DELIVERY DRIVER - SUBSTITUTE position vary. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Apr 05, 2018
Full Time
Under supervision, assist in the preparation and service of school lunches; perform routine tasks in the Central Kitchen or a school cafeteria; may be required to handle cash; and to do related work as required. Essential Functions: Assists with general cleaning; Assists in all phases of the school lunch preparation; Serves lunches and a la carte items; Washes pots and pans; Cleans kitchen area and appliances; Puts stock away, stores food, supplies and equipment; Orders and sells food items as required. Knowledge of : Basic food preparation procedures; Basic food utensils and appliances; Basic mathematics; Sanitation principles applicable to food preparation, serving and kitchen maintenance. Ability to : Read and write English; Follow oral and written instructions; Operate machines found in school cafeterias, or in the Central Kitchen; Work in an efficient, sanitary and safe manner; Receive cash and make change accurate and quickly; Maintain cordial relations with co-workers, children, school staff and public. Education & Experience Requirements: Experience : Basic cooking experience or training as a Cafeteria Substitute. Education : Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure ability to perform job duties. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $70 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to employment. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Hours, schedules, and locations for theSchool Lunch Helper I - Substitute position vary.
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 19, 2019
Full Time
Under direction of assigned supervisor, perform skilled work in the preparation of surfaces for painting and in the mixing and application of paints on inside and outside work; supervise the work of unskilled helpers; and perform related work as required. Essential Functions: Uses brush or spray-gun in applying paints, varnish, enamel, lacquer , or other protective or decorative finishes to various surfaces such as wood, metal, glass, plaster, stucco, wall board, brick and cement; Operates stripping equipment to prepare surfaces for painting; Scrapes, sands, fills, plasters or in some manner prepares surfaces for painting or repainting; Paints District buildings, facilities, parking lots and equipment to maintain proper appearance and protection from rust and decay; Covers and/or removes graffiti from walls, doors, windows and any other surfaces; utilizes chemicals in the removal of graffiti as needed; Matches, blends, harmonizes, and contrasts colors; Designs, makes and installs signs; cuts stencils with equipment and by hand; Erects and moves scaffolding and platforms; Keeps equipment, including gas engine and air compressor, in safe condition and repair; Cleans brushes, tools, and other equipment; Makes estimates of labor and materials needed; Instructs and supervises the work of helpers; Performs duties included in the Building Maintenance Specialist job description Qualifications Knowledge of: The standard practices, principles, methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the painting trade; The methods of preparing different surfaces for painting and repainting and skill in painting by both brush and spray-gun methods; Safety Orders of the Industrial Accident Commission applicable to the painting trade; Applicable building codes. Ability To: Operate safely and efficiently, tools and equipment including the use of spray painting equipment and other mechanical equipment used in the painting trade; Judge the proper paint requirements for all types of surfaces; Mix, match and apply paints to all types of surfaces by both brush and spray gun methods; Read and interpret prints and specifications; Erect and work from riggings and scaffolding; Read write and follow oral and written instructions; Work cooperatively and harmoniously with others. Education & Experience Requirements: Experience: Two years of journeyman level painting experience. Education: Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure the ability to perform job duties. Other Requirements: Possession of a valid California driver's license is a continuous requirement. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Applicants invited to advance in this recruitment , theexam and interview dates are currentlyas follows: Written Examination -April 17, 2019 Oral Board Interview -April 25, 2019 Exam Location will be announced in the invite email. Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-up dates will be offered. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility lists established from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified eligibility list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, when less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Tue. 04/09/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 19, 2019
Full Time
Serves under administrative direction of the Director of Facilities and is responsible for the oversight of new school construction as well as the alteration, relocation and modernization of existing buildings and structures. Responsible for overseeing the work of contractors, making sure the product that is being built matches the design of the architects and engineers, keeping the project on pace with the schedule and budget. Experience is needed to run weekly and/or daily meetings to update the District on project status in regards to schedule and budget. Essential Functions: Coordinate major school facility construction projects with architects and contractors; represent construction projects to District management over the course of completion. Writing, monitoring, and negotiating change orders over the course of each project. Approve requests for progress payments from contractors and architects. Attend and provide expertise to meetings with architects, school administrators, staff, and community regarding new construction and modernization of existing structures; meet with regulatory agencies on State and local levels as necessary. Provide for proper inspection and assure timely completion of all projects; resolve issues and conflicts. Develop data and provide background for recommendations of short and long-range master facility plans. Provide technical expertise regarding assigned functions; formulate and develop policies and procedures related to facilities. Communicate and coordinate with the Director of Facilities as well as maintenance and operations supervisors regarding routine maintenance and repairs of facilities and grounds. Perform related duties as assigned. Communicate with administrators, District personnel and contractors to coordinate activities, resolve conflicts, exchange information, develop, prepare and implement the budget for this function. Analyze and review financial data related to function and project budget, report on same. Interface with appropriate District Committees. KNOWLEDGE OF: Architectural and Construction management methods and techniques Operation of a computer terminal and data entry techniques. Research methods and report writing techniques. Laws, rules and regulations related to assigned activities. Applicable sections of the State Education Code and other applicable laws. Terms, procedures and practices used in the planning, design, construction, rehabilitation, remodeling, maintenance and operations of school buildings and facilities. Ability To: Prepare and deliver comprehensive narrative and financial reports. Plan, organize and administer duties involved in the facility process. Work independently with little direction. Coordinate major construction projects. Meet schedules and time lines. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships. Maintain records and prepare reports. Prioritize and schedule work. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. Plan and organize work. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination equivalent to: Bachelor's Degree in engineering, architecture, public administration or related discipline and a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in construction industry as inspector of record or lead construction project manager for projects in excess of $10 million or equal experience. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid California driver's license. QAULIFICATIONS: Knowledge of: Principles, practices, procedures, rules, codes, regulations, techniques and strategies of District and the assigned position, including working with CDE, OPSC, DGS, DSA, and local agencies; principles and techniques of providing successful conflict management skills; school construction within the State of California; construction principals, functions, and activities; effectively work with individuals and groups; architectural/engineering design procedures; industry standards and costs; computerized scheduling programs; effective project management skills; risk management; interpersonal skills utilizing tact, patience, and courtesy; proficient business equipment, computer technology and software skills. WORKING CONDITIONS: Active Office and construction site environment. Climbing on ladders and scaffolding, walking, bending, stooping and reaching to inspect work; speaking to exchange information and make presentations; driving a vehicle to conduct work. Hazards: Reviewing projects during demolition; working at heights. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Applicants invited to advance in this recruitment , theexam and interview dates are currentlyas follows: Technical Oral Board Interview -April 17, 2019 Exam Location will be announced in the invite email. Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-up dates will be offered. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility lists established from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on stepE of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after5 years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified eligibility list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, when less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Tue. 04/09/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 14, 2019
Full Time
Under the general direction of the Assistant Superintendent, establish a vision for technology in support of the District's overall mission; plan, organize and administer the activities of the District's information technology; provide leadership in incorporating current and emerging technologies into the educational process relating to Common Core Standards and assessments; provide leadership in the planning of short and long term technology goals; evaluate the technology needs for the district and lead the infusion of innovative technologies for all technical platforms Essential Functions: REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Develop, with collaboration from executive cabinet, the vision for how technology will support the District's overall mission; establish a strategy for ensuring that all facets of technology deployment are aligned with the operational goals and objectives of the District; create and foster a vision of educational technology integration to support student learning in the 21st century and mastery of Common Core State Standards Collaborate with system leaders, learning communities and District department administrators to identify short and long term plans needed to meet technology service, standards, performance goals and outcomes; provide leadership in strategic alignment of technology with all District systems such as instruction, assessment, business, facilities, personnel, food service and other systems; evaluate through data and metrics, effectiveness of technology plan and establish contingency plans where appropriate Provide facilitative leadership of the Educational Technology Committee and various subcommittees to strengthen the use of technology as it relates to standards and instruction; lead advisory committees in determining use of technology that meets District strategic goals; facilitate the process of prioritizing goals and plans in support of the technology vision Provide direction and support to District staff on programs, processes and equipment needed to further the educational technology vision; advocate for the integration of technology with curriculum and instruction to provide optimum teaching and learning environments; proactively research and be informed of state and national standards, benchmarks, and frameworks for technology integration and trends in education Develop and implement professional development and training programs for District and school site staff to ensure knowledge proficiency and productivity; research topics related to current and emerging technology and present information via workshops, seminars and/or meetings Direct, coordinate and implement processes and systems related to information technology, infrastructure, standards, and the integration of technology in all aspects of District operations; plan, implement, evaluate and assess technical platforms, network infrastructure, and technology communication systems; develop, interpret and report metrics for the performance of all technical systems Establish and administer standard operating procedures and protocols to maintain and modify the network infrastructure; develop and maintain security measures and implement disaster recovery and business continuity plans to ensure District operations are uninterrupted in a crisis or a compromise in data systems; monitor the performance of the network and security systems and carry out any necessary modifications and repairs Direct and oversee Student Information Systems including the management of online registration and attendance functions and information in coordination with the Student Services Department; monitor data processing services to ensure that information needs are assessed and met; guide and manage systems and tools for gathering, integrating, and reporting data in a meaningful manner for strategic planning; administer District databases in accordance with industry standards Direct, oversee and provide leadership in technology communication systems; administer and coordinate the use of e-mail, the District website, web tools, voice mail systems, and other forms of technical communication in order to enhance overall communication and the dissemination of information Develop, implement and enforce policies relating to the social, legal and ethical issues of technology use; inform District staff and community about pertinent laws and legal issues related to the implementation and use of technology in the District; communicate and model appropriate professional conduct and ethical use of technology Develop, implement and manage the technology budget; monitor budget allocations, expenditures, fund balances and related financial activities to ensure technology department operations are carried out within budget limits and in accordance with financial protocols Develop plans for future agency requirements in terms of emerging educational and computer technology and software packages; guide purchasing decisions for hardware, software and other technology initiatives; recommend software acquisition/development and the utilization of contract services; determine the return on investment for all technology implementations to ensure technology acquisitions are meeting target goals Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; process and respond to formal and informal grievances and advise staff on matters related to performance and work interaction; provide feedback to staff regularly regarding areas of strength and required growth, using quantitative and qualitative data; support staff performance and development through purposeful professional development and training Operate a computer and other office equipment as assigned; drive a vehicle to various sites conduct work OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Methods for planning and developing strategic goals to meet District-wide mission Existing and emerging technology systems Virtual Server Platforms Various network infrastructures (SAN, LAN, WAN) Corporate mail systems and VOIP Security concepts and content filtering Classroom technology including electronic teaching resources Student data systems and SQL HTML and website development and maintenance Database management, structure and concepts Technology system and platform design Emerging technical communication tools and systems Applicable state and federal laws Applicable codes, regulations, policies and procedures Social, legal and ethical issues related to technology use Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training Methods and practices of budget management Operation of a computer and assigned software ABILITY TO: Develop and lead a vision for technology that meets the District's mission Communicate and collaborate with various stakeholders in defining short and long term technology goals Lead and facilitate various stakeholder committees and advisory groups Plan, organize and direct the operations and activities of the Information Technology department Assess technology needs and determine priorities for integration Develop and implement internal control procedures Formulate and administer technology policies and regulations Develop and administer technology budget Negotiate and administer vendor contracts Manage projects on inter-related timelines Research and keep current on emerging technology as well as educational trends Plan and administer training and professional development for staff Direct and oversee database systems and mining and integrity of data Direct and oversee network infrastructure and security Plan, lead and direct District technology communication systems and the policies and regulations governing technology communication Present information at Board meetings, seminars, workshops and other forums Supervise, evaluate and provide direction to technology staff Communicate effectively both orally and in writing Read, understand and apply complex materials Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: Education: A bachelor's degree in computer science, management information systems, informational technology, educational technology, public administration or closely related field Experience: Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the development, management and maintenance of information and/or educational technology systems including at least three years of experience at management level. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid California driver's license WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment Driving a vehicle to conduct work PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Hearing and speaking to exchange information and make presentations Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard Seeing to read a variety of materials Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. If your application is accepted to advance in this recruitment, the exam and interview dates are as follows: Thursday, April 25, 2019 Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No make-up dates will be offered. Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Fri. 04/12/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 13, 2019
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, perform a variety of technical and clerical duties related to the purchasing of supplies and equipment to assure compliance with established guidelines and regulations. Prepare, review, verify and process purchasing forms and documents; obtain pricing and related purchasing data. Essential Functions: Review and process purchase requisitions; understand supply and equipment specifications; check completeness of order information and verify accuracy of expense and budgetary approvals. Process returns of incorrect/defective items according to established procedures. Issue purchase orders to vendors maintain automated records as appropriate. Review and resolve outstanding purchase orders that remain open at the end of each fiscal interim, to assure timely closure and resolution of open orders. Issue change notices or cancellations as deemed appropriate. Prepare and maintain a variety of records and reports related to purchase orders, expenditures and assigned activities; organize, maintain and update filing systems. Maintain the centralized inventory of textbooks/workbooks. Coordinate the process of discarding obsolete and unrepairable textbooks. Process stores requisitions for warehouse fulfillment. Respond to inquiries concerning purchasing in general and provide information concerning order status. Pick up, sort and distribute purchasing intra/inter-District mail. Operate a variety of office equipment including a calculator, scanner, copier, typewriter, computer and assigned software. Maintain the fixed asset system; coordinate with Warehouse Supervisor for asset disposal and update of database for new and replacement units. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Purchasing practices and procedures. Basic accounting practices, procedures and terminology. Basic inventory procedures. Modern office software applications. Oral and written communication skills. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Telephone techniques and etiquette. Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Record-keeping and report preparation techniques. Mathematical computations. ABILITY TO: Perform a variety of technical duties related to the purchasing of services, supplies and equipment. Prepare, review, verify and process purchasing forms and documents. Interpret and apply established rules, regulations, policies and procedures related to the purchasing function. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Type or input data at an acceptable rate of speed. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. Meet schedules and time lines. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Operate a computer and assigned software. Maintain records and prepare reports. Add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and accurately. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent supplemented by college-level course work in purchasing, accounting or related field and two years of increasingly responsible clerical accounting experience. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard. Sitting for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Applicants invited to advance in this recruitment , theexam and interview dates are currentlyas follows: Written Examination - April 11, 2019 Oral Board Interview -April 23, 2019 Exam Location will be announced in the invite email. Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-up dates will be offered. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility lists established from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified eligibility list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, when less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Wed. 04/03/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 13, 2019
Full Time
Under general supervision, perform a variety of general cleaning tasks in school building and surrounding areas; do related work as required. Hours of assignment are flexible. Essential Functions: Works from a prepared work schedule. Sweeps, scrubs, waxes and polishes concrete, linoleum, tile, wood floors, and vacuum rugs and carpets in school classrooms, offices and other assigned areas. Picks up paper and other refuse on grounds and sweeps walks and entrances. Washes, scrubs, disinfect rest rooms and cleans sinks and toilets in restrooms. Cleans and dusts walls, furniture, woodwork, and other equipment. Assists in moving or rearranging chairs, tables, desks, furniture, sports equipment, and other equipment. Maintains various classroom and restroom supplies, including towels, soap, tissues and other sanitary items. May set up, open and close classrooms and other school facilities for various community activities. Checks and locks doors and windows. Removes graffiti by scrubbing, scraping or painting. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY KNOWLEDGE OF: Modern cleaning methods and equipment used in a variety of custodial work Fire and other safety hazards involved in the operation of a school plant ABILITY TO: Use cleaning materials and equipment with skill, safety and efficiency Perform heavy physical labor Work from heights such as ladders, scaffolds, etc. Understand and follow a work schedule as well as oral and/or written instructions Work cooperatively with others Education & Experience Requirements: Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure the ability to perform job duties. One year of experience in manual work, preferably including some janitorial duties. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Hours, schedules, and locations for Custodian positions vary. Scheduling details for each vacancy will be disclosed at the time of selection interview invites. Applicants invited to advance in this recruitment , theexam and interview dates are as follows: PerformanceExamination - April 15, 2019 Oral Board Interview -April 24, 2019 Exam Locations will be announced in the invite email. Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-up dates will be offered. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless the list is exhausted or extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility lists established from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified eligibility list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, when less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Wed. 04/03/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 06, 2019
Full Time
Under direction, Maintain and overhaul school buses, automotive equipment and other internal combustion powered equipment of the school district; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This Classification is specific to mechanical repair and maintenance of internal combustion powered equipment in the Maintenance Craftsperson series. Essential Functions: Essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following: Inspects and repairs schools buses, automobiles, trucks, tractors, fork lift, air compressors, and power mowers; Operates electrical testing equipment; Makes major and minor overhaul of engines, transmissions, differentials and other mechanical equipment and associated hydraulic and electrical systems; Keeps simple records of time and materials used on each job; Keeps inventory of repair parts and submits orders for replacements; Prepares routine maintenance schedules; Lubricates and steam cleans motors and chassis. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge Of: Methods, materials, tools and equipment necessary in the repair and maintenance of heavy duty automotive equipment; Safe driving practices; Provisions of the California Motor Vehicle Code and the Education Code applicable to the operation of vehicles in transporting school students. Ability To: Diagnose mechanical defects and repair and adjust motors and other equipment; Use skillfully the tools and equipment needed in automotive repair and maintenance; To read, write and follow oral and written instructions; To work cooperatively and harmoniously with others; Drive a school bus and other automotive equipment safely. Education & Experience Requirements: Education/Training: Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure the ability to perform job duties. Experience: Two years of auto mechanic experience. License/Certification: Possess a Class A or B California driver license with "P" endorsement either at employment or within the probationary period. Other Requirements: Selected eligible will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test. If the Class BP license is obtained after employment commences, pre-employment drug test will take place after the license is obtained and passing shall be pre-requisite to maintaining the job position. Random drug and alcohol testing is a requirement of the job. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Applicants invited to advance in this recruitment , theexam and interview dates are currentlyas follows: Written Examination - April 2, 2019 Oral Board Interview -April 8, 2019 Exam Location will be announced in the invite email. Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-up dates will be offered. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility lists established from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified eligibility list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, when less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Tue. 03/26/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 01, 2019
Full Time
Under general supervision, to perform custodial duties and to supervise other assigned custodians in keeping an assigned school building or school building area clean, safe and orderly and to do related work as required.Positions of this class are assigned to a custodian in charge of a school with more than 45,000 square feet of floor space in use by pupils and educational personnel. Essential Functions: ( Note: These examples are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed in positions allocated to this class.) Working from a prepared work schedule, sweeps, scrubs, waxes and polishes floors in offices, nurses' and faculty rooms, classrooms, libraries, multi-use rooms and hallways; Cleans and dusts walls, furniture, woodwork, hallways, chalkboards and other equipment; Washes, scrubs and disinfects rest rooms; Cleans windows, door glass and drinking fountains; Cleans and polishes metal work; Empties and cleans waste containers; Assists cafeteria and supply personnel in lifting and storing of supplies; Assists in moving or rearranging chairs, tables, desks, furniture and other equipment used in the course of work; Picks up paper, secures unsafe conditions and notifies appropriate personnel, removes hazardous objects on grounds and courts of buildings; Eliminates hazards when possible and reports unsatisfactory or dangerous situations to appropriate authority; May water lawns and courts of building as time permits; Assists in unloading and storing school lunches from the central kitchen; May open and/or lock building; Prepares all buildings for daily operations, open gates; Performs emergency minor maintenance duties to the building, grounds, fixtures , and equipment not requiring journeyman skills; Inspects and supervises the night custodial staff as necessary; Performs non-technical plumbing and carpentry including graffiti removal (up to 200 square feet or to be completed in 60 minutes by painting or other techniques), maintenance not requiring power tools except small hand tools; If needed, service and maintain heating and ventilating equipment including replacing filters: * If needed, checks water-level gauges, drains air compressor tank monthly or as required, if needed, check oil level; Changes combination locks on students lockers; Repairs/replaces, door stops, window hardware (i.e., latches), adjusts overhead door closures, changes light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, faceplates and covers, and other minor hardware when trained; Assists with glazing windows; Cleans out gutters and downspouts at least annually and as necessary; May assist in groundskeeping duties; Does routine custodian duties; May prepare work orders, maintains physical plant inventory records, equipment maintenance records, requisitions tools and supplies; Prepare rooms for special events or meetings; Schedules "holiday cleaning" and vacation leave with approval of immediate supervisor Responsible for raising and lowering flag according to regulations; Performs other related duties as assigned. * (Normally done by p.m. crew automatically) To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions: ABILITY TO: Use cleaning materials and equipment with skill, safety and efficiency; Perform heavy physical labor; Work from heights, such as ladders, scaffolds, etc.; To understand and carry out oral and written instructions; To accept responsibility for the plants fixtures, equipment, buildings and grounds; Supervises effectively and instruct others in custodial work; Use simple mechanical tools and make non-technical repairs; Work cooperatively with others; Instruct and operate heating and ventilating equipment; Record activities on appropriate forms as required; Plan and execute all work schedules. KNOWLEDGE OF: Modern cleaning methods and equipment used in a variety of custodian work; Fire and other safety hazards involved in the operation of school plant; Thorough knowledge of all structures, equipment and fixtures; Location of all utilities, shut-off valves and switches; Cleaning materials, equipment and their function; Able to instruct others in the operation of the plant. Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATIONS and/or EXPERIENCE: Two years of varied experience in manual work including janitorial and preferably some light maintenance duties. Equivalent to completion of 12th grade or informal education sufficient to insure the ability to perform job duties. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Hours, schedules, and locations for Custodian positions vary. Scheduling details for each vacancy will be disclosed at the time of selection interview invites. Applicants invited to advance in this recruitment , theexam and interview dates are as follows: Written Examination - March 25, 2019 Oral Board Interview -March 29, 2019 Exam Locations will be announced in the invite email. Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-up dates will be offered. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless the list is exhausted or extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility lists established from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified eligibility list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, when less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Wed. 03/20/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Feb 23, 2019
Full Time
Under general supervision, supervise students in the lunchroom and on the grounds; perform light cafeteria work as assigned; do related work as requested. Essential Functions: Supervise students in the lunchrooms, playgrounds, bus stops, parking lots, crosswalks, and other areas assigned including locker rooms and classrooms when teachers are unavailable; Engage student in play and games on the blacktop/field; Be alert for and report conditions hazardous to the health and safety of children; Enforce all school agreements concerning proper behavior of students; Report ongoing/serious conflicts to administration; Monitor and scan (move through target areas) while supervising; Perform light cafeteria duties such as cleaning tables and benches; Assist students as needed with opening lunch items; Maintain order in and around (indoor/outdoor) lunch areas; Collect lost jackets and maintain lost and found; Assist children in conflict mediation/solving problems; Assist with school wide activities such as Picture Day and Vision/Hearing Screening to maintain efficient movement of students to and from activity; Other related duties as assigned. Education & Experience Requirements: EXPERIENCE: None required, some type of experience supervising or working with children is desirable EDUCATION: Equivalent to completions of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure ability to perform job duties. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. If your application is accepted to advance in this recruitment, the exam and interview dates are as follows: Written Exam: TBD Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-Up dates will be offered. Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Feb 02, 2019
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned administrator, perform a variety of instructional support duties involved in providing instructional assistance to individuals and small groups of special education students with moderate to severe disabilities; assist in providing learning activities and meeting the special needs of assigned students in areas related to feeding, toileting, positioning, hygiene, motor skill, sensory and physical therapy functions; monitor health conditions; perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned. Essential Functions: Assist with the development, preparation, and reinforcement of learning materials and in the performance of other instructional activities for assigned physically/severely handicapped special education program; assist assigned teacher with the implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs); provide input into the development of individual educational goals and objectives as assigned. Assist students with independent living skills and personal hygiene, brushing teeth and grooming as required; assist students with eating activities; toilet students and change diapers and soiled clothing as required. Monitor and assist students with activities to develop small muscle and eye-hand coordination; assist children in learning gross motor skills; assist children in learning fine motor skills such as reaching, grabbing, folding and cutting. Assist children in the use of various orthopedic devices, classroom computers, adaptive equipment, and electronic communication devices. Confer with teachers and specialists concerning programs and materials to meet student needs; notify teacher of any special problems or information concerning students; adapt and modify lessons or materials to meet the individual needs of the students. Assist staff with the preparation of instructional and testing materials; administer and score tests; assist in the preparation of graphic and written teaching materials. Assist individual or small groups of students with academic, social skills and the achievement of IEP goals; reinforce instruction to individuals or small groups in a variety of subjects; develop creative methods and techniques for working with students within the suggested framework of the teacher; review plans with the teacher to ensure correct teaching techniques are being utilized for each student. Assist in evaluating student progress in a wide variety of skills; correct papers; report progress regarding student performance and behavior to the teacher; assist staff in administering assessment tests as assigned by the position. Observe and manage behavior and safety of students according to approved procedures; assist in maintaining order among the students in the classroom and on the school grounds and field/community trips; accompany students going from one location to another; accompany students to and from the bus. Record information, compile data and maintain records, files, and assemble packets and materials for students. Provide support to the teacher by setting up work areas, displays, and exhibits, operating audiovisual equipment and educational training equipment, distributing and collecting papers and supplies, preparing bulletin board materials, and decorating the classroom; assist in main-taining a neat, orderly, and attractive learning environment. Assist in assessing programs and materials to meet the needs of the children; collect, assemble, and distribute learning materials, supplies, equipment, and other resource materials; order instructional material and aids as necessary. Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a telephone, copier, computer and assigned software. Perform feeding and positioning techniques as prescribed and under the direction of teacher, nurse, specialist or doctor; provide routine first aid to injured students according to established procedures as needed; monitor students for seizures and other health conditions as assigned. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. May provide specialized medical services in accordance with Collective Bargaining Agreement. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Problems and concerns of students with special education needs. Child guidance principles and practices related to children with special education needs. Basic subjects taught in schools. Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Modern instructional equipment, practices and techniques. Basic record keeping procedures. General methods of education and tutoring. General needs, learning styles, and behavior of students. Child development theory and principles. Techniques to motivate students and manage student behavior. Safe work practices. Basic first aid and CPR techniques. ABILITY TO: Reinforce instruction to individual or small groups of orthopedically and severely handicapped special education students as directed by the teacher. Assist in the preparation of instructional materials and implementation of individual education plans. Assist with the instructional and related activities of the assigned learning environment. Support the assigned teacher's style of classroom management. Supervise students according to approved policies and procedures. Operate modern instructional equipment including computer equipment. Learn the procedures and functions necessary to perform assigned duties. Learn instructional terminology, program philosophies, concepts, materials, methods, and procedures. Learn child guidance principles and practices. Interact effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Perform clerical duties including filing and duplicating. Maintain accurate records. Maintain confidentiality of student and school information. Demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward children. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Administer basic first aid and CPR as needed. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and one year experience working with children with special education needs in an educational environment. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid First Aid and CPR certificates issued by an authorized agency. Must meet requirements specified under the Federal Accountability mandates. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Classroom environment. Indoor/outdoor PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office and classroom equipment. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to assist students. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Feb 02, 2019
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned administrator, perform a variety of instructional support duties involved in providing instructional assistance to individuals and small groups of special education students with mild to moderate disabilities; perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned. Essential Functions: Assist with the development, preparation, and reinforcement of learning materials and in the performance of other instructional activities for assigned special education program; assist assigned teacher with the implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs); provide input into the development of individual educational goals and objectives as assigned. Accompany students to regular education classrooms; adapt and modify lessons or materials to meet the individual needs of the students. Confer with teachers concerning programs and materials to meet student needs; notify teacher of any special problems or information concerning students. Assist staff with the preparation of instructional and testing materials; administer and score tests; assist in the preparation of graphic and written teaching materials; assist in the ordering of instructional materials and aids as necessary. Assist individual or small groups of students with academic, social skills and the achievement of IEP goals; reinforce instruction to individuals or small groups in a variety of subjects; develop creative methods and techniques for working with students within the suggested framework of the teacher; review plans with the teacher to ensure correct teaching techniques are being utilized for each student. Assist in evaluating student progress in a wide variety of skills; correct papers; report progress regarding student performance and behavior to the teacher; assist staff in administering assessment tests as assigned by the position. Observe and manage behavior and safety of students according to approved procedures; assist in maintaining order among the students in the classroom and on the school grounds; field/community trips; accompany students going from one location to another; escort students to the restroom; accompany student to and from the bus. Record information, data compiling and maintaining records and files, on student performance. Provide support to the teacher by setting up work areas, displays, and exhibits, operating audiovisual equipment and educational training equipment, distributing and collecting papers and supplies, preparing bulletin board materials, and decorating the classroom; assist in main-taining a neat, orderly, and attractive learning environment. Operate a variety of standard office equipment including a telephone, copier, computer and assigned software. Provide routine first aid to injured students according to established procedures as needed. OTHER DUTIES: Other related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Child guidance principles and practices related to children with special education needs. Basic subjects taught in schools. Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Modern instructional equipment, practices and techniques. Basic record keeping procedures. General methods of education and tutoring. General needs, learning styles, and behavior of students. Basic child development theory and principles. Basic techniques to motivate students and manage student behavior. Safe work practices. Basic first aid and CPR techniques. ABILITY TO: Reinforce instruction to individual or small groups of special education students as directed by the teacher. Assist in the preparation of instructional materials and implementation of individual education plans. Assist with the instructional and related activities of the assigned learning environment. Support the assigned teacher's style of classroom management. Supervise students according to approved policies and procedures. Operate modern instructional equipment including computer equipment. Learn the procedures and functions necessary to perform assigned duties. Learn instructional terminology, program philosophies, concepts, materials, methods, and procedures. Learn child guidance principles and practices. Interact effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Maintain accurate records. Maintain confidentiality of student and school information. Demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward children. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Administer basic first aid and CPR as needed. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and one year experience working with children in an educational environment. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid First Aid and CPR certificates issued by an authorized agency. Must meet requirements specified under the Federal Accountability mandates. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Classroom environment. Indoor/outdoor PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office and classroom equipment. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to assist students. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 09, 2019
Full Time
Under the direction of the assigned administrator, coordinate and perform a variety of duties related to attendance accounting and record-keeping at an assigned school site involving frequent and responsible public contacts; prepare, maintain and account for Average Daily Attendance (ADA) and other attendance records and reports for submittal to local and State agencies for State funding. Essential Functions: Coordinate and perform a wide variety of duties related to attendance accounting and record-keeping at an assigned school site involving frequent and responsible public contacts; revise and implement office procedures to assure accurate and timely attendance activities. Prepare, maintain and account for ADA and other attendance records and reports for submittal to local and State agencies according to established time lines; review attendance and enrollment records and reports for accuracy and compliance with applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations; correct enrollment errors as needed. Serve as a liaison between students, parents, staff and outside agencies regarding student attendance and discipline and related policies, procedures, rules and regulations; initiate and receive phone calls; respond to inquiries and provide information. Utilize a computer and assigned software system to input attendance documents, immunization records, emergency cards and related data; establish and maintain automated student records; generate ADA and various other computerized reports related to student attendance data; assure accuracy of input and output data. Process and verify student absence information from parents, teachers and others; operate and maintain the automated attendance calling system on a daily basis to assure parents are informed of student absences; clear absences as appropriate; input and verify clearances for field trips, and other school activities; notify teachers of missing attendance reports. Assist students, staff and visitors in the attendance office; take and relay messages to and from parents and students; call students to the office for pick up or other matters as requested by parents; respond to e-mails; issue admittance forms to students who are late or returning after an absence; issue off-campus passes according to established guidelines. Prepare attendance sheets for substitutes; scan attendance sheets received from substitutes. Refer student attendance issues to appropriate personnel according to established procedures; assist in identifying and resolving student attendance problems. Perform a variety of clerical duties such as typing and distributing correspondence, lists, bulletins, notices, and summaries as assigned; prepare and receive signed truancy letters for parents/guardians and verify signatures; maintain and update the phone call list. Assist in activities involved in the enrollment and withdrawals of students according to established procedures. Participate in activities related to the transfer, storage, destruction, and researching of student records and attendance histories. Operate a variety of office equipment including a scanner, calculator, copier, fax machine, computer and assigned software. Receive and compile enrollment data on students; assure accuracy of the balance of enrollment figures; provide totals and various breakdowns according to grade level and type of program; monitor enrollment and attendance of students to ensure compliance with the California Education Code regulations regarding minimum day and class size; generate reports to verify compliance and follow up with registrars and counselors. Coordinate outgoing and incoming Independent Study contracts between parents, teachers and students; document attendance for Independent Study. Attend School Attendance Review Team (SART) meetings; prepare documentation for meetings as assigned; attend and participate in professional group meetings. Administer first aid according to established procedures as assigned by the position; provide medications to the students according to physician instructions; prepare injury reports; contact parents as necessary. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: District operations, services and activities. Principles, methods and procedures used in planning, coordinating and standardizing reporting systems. Attendance policies, procedures, terminology and attendance accounting methods. Applicable laws, codes, regulations policies and procedures. Modern office practices, procedures and equipment. Record-keeping and report preparation techniques. Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. Oral and written communication skills. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Data control procedures and data entry operations. Telephone techniques and etiquette. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Business letter writing skills. Basic first aid and CPR. ABILITY TO: Coordinate and perform a variety of duties related to attendance accounting and record-keeping. Prepare, maintain and account for ADA and other attendance records and reports for submittal to local and State agencies. Serve as a liaison between students, parents, staff and outside agencies regarding student attendance. Verify excused and unexcused absences. Interpret, apply and explain applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations. Answer telephones and greet the public courteously. Type and input data with accuracy. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software. Meet schedules and time lines. Maintain a variety of records, logs and files. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Administer first aid and CPR as needed. Complete work with many interruptions. Education & Experience Requirements: LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid First Aid and CPR certificated issued by an authorized agency. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and three years attendance accounting, clerical or secretarial experience. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to file materials. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. If your application is accepted to advance in this recruitment, the exam and interview dates are as follows: Exam #1 Thursday, April 11, 2019 Exam #2 Thursday, April 18, 2019 Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-Up dates will be offered. Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Thu. 03/28/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 06, 2019
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, perform clerical support duties involving independent judgment and action within an assigned office and requiring in-depth knowledge of a District-wide or school-based function or program; answer phones, provide technical information and greet and assist students, parents, staff and visitors; assist in assuring smooth and efficient office operations. Essential Functions: Perform clerical duties involving independent judgment and action within an assigned office and requiring in-depth knowledge of a District-wide or school-based function or program; assist in assuring smooth and efficient office operations. Compile information and prepare and maintain a variety of records and reports related to assigned programs and activities; review and verify accuracy and completeness of various documents; establish and maintain filing systems; process and evaluate various forms and applications as needed. Greet and assist visitors; initiate and receive telephone calls; screen and route calls; take and relay messages; explain office or program policies and procedures; provide technical information and interpretation concerning policies and procedures of assigned program or office. Compose correspondence; type, format and process a variety of records and documents related to assigned activities such as letters, lists, memoranda, bulletins, reports, requisitions, flyers, forms or other materials from detailed or rough copy; proofread completed typing assignments. Maintain accurate student health, registration, attendance, placement, grades, testing information, special education or other student data into appropriate computer system as assigned by the position; maintain other automated records and files related to assigned activities; initiate queries and generate a variety of computerized lists and reports as requested; assure accuracy of input and output data. Receive, open, sort, screen and distribute incoming mail; respond to office e-mails; assist in the preparation and dissemination of materials and information to the public and staff regarding various events and programs. Operate a variety of office equipment including a calculator, copier, fax machine, computer and assigned software. Communicate with personnel and outside agencies to exchange information and resolve issues or concerns. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Modern office practices, procedures and equipment. Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities. Record-keeping and report preparation techniques. Telephone techniques and etiquette. Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. Business letter and report writing, editing and proofreading. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Methods of collecting and organizing data and information. Oral and written communication skills. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Basic math. ABILITY TO: Perform clerical support duties involving independent judgment and action within an assigned office. Answer telephones and greet the public courteously. Assist in assuring smooth and efficient office operations. Interpret, apply and explain applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations. Maintain records and prepare reports. Type or input data at an acceptable rate of speed. Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software. Understand and follow oral and written directions. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Compose correspondence and written materials independently or from oral instructions. Meet schedules and timelines. Receive, sort and distribute mail. Add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and accurately. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and two years increasingly responsible clerical experience involving frequent public contact. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching and lifting. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. If your application is accepted to advance in this recruitment, the exam and interview dates are as follows: Exam #1 Friday, March 29, 2019 Exam #2 Thursday, April 4, 2019 Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-Up dates will be offered. Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Mon. 03/25/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Mar 04, 2019
Full Time
Under the direction of an assigned administrator provide written translation and oral interpretation of correspondence, forms, legal and confidential documents, letters, reports, and instructional and educational materials from English to a designated second language; serve as an interpreter for a variety of meetings, workshops, conferences and special events; provide simultaneous and consecutive interpretation. Essential Functions: Provide written translation and oral interpretation of correspondence, forms, legal and confidential documents, meeting minutes, letters, reports, psychological assessments, websites, and instructional and educational materials from English to a designated second language from clear copy, rough draft and oral dictation; proofread, manage terminology, edit documents and assure accuracy of translated materials. Provides in person or over the phone, simultaneous, consecutive or sight interpretation for a variety of meetings, workshops, conferences, forums, and special events for personnel, parents and students; participate in translation for student Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Student Study Team (SST), Board, intakes, assessments, home visits, parent training, health, categorical programs, events and other activities as requested; provide interpretations in public, educational and other settings. Assist with parents at the District Office as necessary; advise, support and assist in the training of bilingual assistants and Community Liaisons regarding correct usage of language and on specialized vocabulary needed to best support students and families. Participate in parent meetings serving as an interpreter and translator of the District Bilingual program. Provide information to the community, parents and staff regarding the services, procedures, programs, discipline, attendance and other matters as requested; refer complicated matters to appropriate administrator. Assist Psychologists in translation of special education reports from English to target language; translate forms, graphs, and data sheets; translate and interpret technical terminology used; provide explanations to facilitate communications, promote understanding, and develop rapport with non-English speaking parents and students. Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Assure accurate and prompt simultaneous and consecutive interpretation services; assure accurate interpretation and translation in the District's major language(s). Assure consistency and timely delivery of time-sensitive translations. Maintain and ensure terminological consistency and timely delivery of time-sensitive translations. Participate in special projects and conduct research as necessary. Arrange and schedule appointments and meetings notifying participants, confirming dates, and preparing documents from English to target language. Assist the Human Resources Department in the administration of tests and interviews of bilingual candidates. Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software; operate simultaneous interpretation equipment; drive a vehicle to conduct work. Edit and proofread final documents. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Extensive vocabulary and correct usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation of English and a designated second language. Proficient oral a written communication skills in English and a designated second language Simultaneous and consecutive interpretation techniques. Principles of translation and multi-cultural communications and professional code of conduct for the field. Broad knowledge of academic and special education vocabulary including subjects, educational programs and acronyms. State and federal program mandates related to English Learner programs and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Modern office practices, equipment and procedures. ABILITY TO: Translate technical terminology used by Psychologists, Speech Therapists, Nurses, other Specialists, Teachers and Administrators. Provide translation and/or interpretation of correspondence, forms, letters, documents, reports, and instructional and educational materials from English to a designated second language. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. Display interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Listen to English and speak simultaneously in the designated language. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing in a designated second language. Speak in public meetings. Understand, read and write effectively in idiomatic English and the designated foreign language. Plan and organize work. Meet schedules and time lines. Re-read, review and edit translations. Serve as an interpreter for a variety of meetings, workshops, conferences and special events outside of regular work hours when needed. Interpret, apply and explain policies, procedures, rules and regulations. Operate interpretation equipment, a computer and assigned software. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Work independently with little direction. Analyze situations accurately and determine effective course of action. Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and three years of combined translation and interpretation experience. Associate's degree in a designated second language or related field desirable. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid California driver's license. Must pass district translator and interpreter tests. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. Driving a vehicle to conduct work. Work evening or variable hours. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard. Sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Selection Process: The examination process for this recruitment may be comprised of one or any combination of the following: screening of the applicant's training, background, and experience; scored evaluation of responses on a supplemental application; written examination(s); qualifications appraisal oral examination; performance examination; or technical oral examination, scored on a job-related basis. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the examination process. Successful candidates who pass all parts of the examination process will be placed on the eligibility list in order of their relative merit as determined by these competitive examinations. If your application is accepted to advance in this recruitment, the exam and interview dates are as follows: Exam #1 : Tuesday , March 26, 2019 Exam #2 : Thursday, April 4, 2019 Dates are tentative, but it is highly recommended that you plan your calendar accordingly. No Make-Up dates will be offered. Other Important information: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. The eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. New employees to the district are placed on step A of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached after 3 ½ years of employment. Recruitments that list Promotional and Open Competitive opportunities may result in one of the following: 1) a dual-certified list in which internal employees of the San Lorenzo Unified School District are awarded seniority points to their final passing score before placement on the eligibility list, or 2) two separate eligibility lists consisting of candidates on a promotional only list and an open list. In the latter case, candidates on the promotional list are referred to the hiring authority before candidates on the open. However, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Tue. 03/19/19 4:00 PM Pacific Time