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.

 

 

 

15 job(s) at San Lorenzo Unified School District

San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 17, 2021
Full Time
Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent-Business, plan, organize, control and direct the District's Child Nutrition operations and activities including the preparation, cooking, baking, serving, distribution and selling of food items to meet student needs; coordinate personnel, communications and record-keeping functions to meet child nutrition needs and assure smooth and efficient Department activities; provide advice and assistance to District administration regarding the Child Nutrition Program and activities; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel. Essential Functions: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Plan, organize, control and direct child nutrition operations and activities including the preparation, cooking, baking, serving, distribution and selling of food items to meet student needs; establish and maintain Department time lines and priorities; assure child nutrition functions comply with safety and sanitation regulations and established laws, rules, policies and procedures related to the National School Lunch Program, National Breakfast Program, snack, supper, and related programs. Coordinate personnel, communications and record-keeping functions to meet child nutrition needs and assure smooth and efficient Department activities; oversee the development and implementation of child nutrition functions, activities, projects, menus, services, goals and objectives for the District and contracted school sites; assure proper and timely resolution of child nutrition issues, conflicts and discrepancies. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and select employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions; provide or coordinate staff training. Monitor and evaluate child nutrition activities and functions for financial effectiveness and operational efficiency; respond to staff input concerning Department needs; oversee the development and implementation of policies, procedures and programs to enhance the financial effectiveness and operational efficiency of the Department. Provide consultation to personnel, outside agencies and the public concerning child nutrition operations, activities and related functions; respond to inquires, resolve issues and conflicts and provide detailed and technical information concerning related laws, standards, requirements, practices, goals, objectives, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical records, files and reports related to child nutrition operations, menus, inventory, equipment, personnel, policies, budgets, financial activity and assigned duties; compute statistical information for various mandated reports; assure mandated reports are submitted to appropriate governmental agency according to established time lines. Coordinate and direct child nutrition inventory functions; estimate and order appropriate amounts of child nutrition items, equipment and supplies; direct the receipt, storage and rotation of food items and supplies; organize and directdaily and periodic inventories; coordinate related purchasing activities with vendors and other outside agencies. Plan, organize and direct child nutrition cashiering and accounting functions; assure proper distribution, collection and marking of lunch tickets; review and verify accuracy of receipts and transactions; prepare, receive and verify bank deposits; review subordinate records, reports, receipts and transport sheets for accuracy and completeness; identify and resolve discrepancies. Coordinate and direct activities and personnel to assure child nutrition facilities, equipment and utensils are maintained in a clean and sanitary condition; inspect and review food preparation and serving areas to assure appropriate health and safety standards are maintained. Develop and implement weekly menus according to established portion control and recipe guidelines and health and nutrition requirements; calculate and adjust recipes for new menu items as directed;coordinate and direct catering functions for special school events as needed. Provide technical information and assistance to the administrator regarding child nutrition activities, needs and issues; assist in the formulation and development of policies, procedures and programs. Communicate with students, staff and various outside agencies to exchange information, coordinate activities and programs and resolve issues or concerns. Operate standard child nutrition and office equipment; utilize a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to various sites to conduct work. Attend and conduct a variety of meetings as assigned; serve as a member of the District's Management Team and participate in technical and professional meetings; develop, implement and conduct departmental in-services as directed. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Planning, organization and direction of child nutrition operations and activities including the preparation, cooking, baking, serving, distribution and selling of food items. Methods of adjusting and extending recipes and proper substitutions. Sanitation and safety practices related to preparing, handling and serving food. Principles, theories and practices of child nutrition, food values, food combinations, economical substitutions and menu planning. Inventory practices and proceduresincluding storage and rotation of perishable food. Quality and portion control techniques. Applicable local, State and federal laws, codes, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures. Technical aspects of field of specialty. Child nutrition organization, operations, policies and objectives. Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training. Budget preparation and control. Oral and written communication skills. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Operation of a computer and assigned software. Mathematic calculations. ABILITY TO: Plan, organize, control and direct child nutrition operations and activities. Coordinate personnel, communications and record-keeping functions to meet child nutrition needs and assure smooth and efficient Department activities. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel. Assure proper and timely resolution of child nutrition issues, conflicts and discrepancies. Coordinate inventory functions and estimate and order appropriate amounts of child nutrition items, equipment and supplies. Provide consultation concerning child nutrition operations and activities. Develop and implement menus in compliance with portion guidelines and nutrition requirements. Organize, direct and assure accuracy of child nutrition cashiering and accounting functions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. Operate a computer and assigned office equipment. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. Meet schedules and time lines. Work independently with little direction. Plan and organize work. Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports. Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports, records and files related to assigned activities. Education & Experience Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: a bachelor's degree in nutrition or related field and five years increasingly responsible experience in a large institutional food service operation, of which at least three (3) years are in a supervisory capacity. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid and appropriate ServSafe certification(s). Valid California driver's license. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. Driving a vehicle to conduct work. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Hearing and speaking to exchange information. 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: Exam #1 Technician & General Fitness Oral Board October 12, 2021 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. Wed. 10/06/21 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 11, 2021
Full Time
Under the direction of the assigned administrator, work with students and their families to address student issues that impact student learning, encourage and coordinate parent education and involvement in various school programs and other activities; perform liaison duties between school and parents at an assigned site; provide information on local agencies or school services to families as appropriate; prepare and maintain related records and reports. Essential Functions: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Promote parent education and involvement in various school programs and other activities; provide information and materials to assist families in utilizing community services and resources; provide information on local agencies or school services as appropriate; create opportunities at the school that welcomes parent involvement and participation in their child's education and success. Perform liaison duties between school, community resources and agencies and parents at an assigned school site; assist in school registration activities as needed. May schedule home visits pertinent to providing information to parents on workshops and community services as needed; notify parents and encourage participation in school events and activities. Coordinate outside organizations, schools and families; contact community businesses to obtain donations and plan activities. Facilitate family participation in various activities; identify and encourage recruitment of parent volunteers; explain and assist in determining program eligibility; arrange parent activities including recruitment, training, and scheduling. Conduct and coordinate parent training, workshops and associated school committees; arrange training schedule, speakers, meeting sites and presentations; prepare and distribute related materials. Attend school and community meetings and conferences as assigned for support to parents that so request. Prepare and maintain records and reports related to assigned activities. Operate a variety of office equipment including a copier, laminator, computer and assigned software. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Various issues impacting marginalized student populations. Community resource organizations including various federal, State and County agencies. District organization, policies and objectives. Record-keeping and report preparation techniques. Oral and written usage of English. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Telephone techniques and etiquette. Policies and objectives of school programs and activities. Public speaking techniques. Operation of a variety of office and instructional equipment including a computer. ABILITY TO: Serve students of a wide socio economic and diverse ethnic background. Perform liaison duties between school, parents and the community at an assigned site. Plan, organize and implement parent education and involvement activities and programs. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing in English. Operate a computer and a variety of office and instructional equipment. Work independently with little direction. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. Meet schedules and time lines. Plan and organize work. Prepare and present oral presentations. Maintain records and prepare reports. Read, interpret, explain and follow rules, regulations, District policies and procedures. Maintain a valid California Driver's License. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent and two years' experience working in community service programs or related field. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid California driver's license. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. Driving a vehicle to conduct 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 10/7/21 Exam #2 10/13/21 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. 09/30/21 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 11, 2021
Full Time
Under the direction of a Program Administrator, positions in this classification provide program assistance and administrative support by implementing program logistics, assisting in documenting program progress and providing administrative support relative to the program policies and procedures. This is a general use classification which means positions may be allocated to this class based on anticipated duties and responsibilities, however, each position will perform functions unique to the program or project to which it is assigned. Essential Functions: Compiles data from a variety of sources (e.g. work orders, budget reports, specialized reports, personnel records, etc.,) for the purpose of assisting the Program Administrator with meeting financial, legal and/or administrative requirements of a program or project Coordinates a variety of projects, functions for program or project components (e.g. meetings, in-service events, travel and accommodations, etc.) in order to complete activities and/or deliver services in a timely fashion Maintains a wide variety of manual and electronic documents, files and records to provide up-to-date information and/or historical reference in accordance with established administrative guidelines Monitors program or project account balances/expenditures; work orders, etc., on behalf of assigned Program Administrator Participates in a variety of meetings, workshops and/or trainings to provide or receive information, record minutes and support the needs of attendees Coordinates logistics associated with program or project meetings and events; registers meeting attendees; schedules rooms; orders food; requests substitutes; requisitions materials; orders equipment; sends notices of event; initiates actions to pay speakers/trainers; takes meeting minutes Monitors, maintains, and tracks program or project records and equipment; procures supplies and materials for program/project support needs; submits requisitions to purchase equipment, supplies, materials needed for program/ project management Responds to initial questions about use of software unique to the program or project; troubleshoots problems relative to software and requests assistance from information technology personnel as needed Coordinates development distribution of program/project newsletters Collects and maintains statistics, reports, and activity records; submits timely reports on activities, services, work product and work results Prepares for publication a variety of materials for internal and external use regarding the program or project activities and services provided Promotes interest and provides information regarding assigned programs and activities to the community, other departments, and the general public Keeps current of changing needs within programs and services assigned May serve as initial front office contact May maintain a petty cash account Knowledge Of: Principles and practices of modern office procedures Record keeping and letter writing Word processing methods, techniques and programs including spreadsheet and database operations for clerical portion of position Principles and practices of data collection and report preparation Techniques used in public relations Alphabetic, numerical and subject matter filing systems Basic accounting and bookkeeping procedures Basic mathematical principles English usage, spelling, vocabulary, grammar and punctuation Skills To: Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment Ability To: Operate modern office equipment Interact effectively and sensitively with individual diverse backgrounds Meet and deal tactfully and effectively with the public Exercise good judgment, flexibility, creativity and sensitivity in response to changing situations and needs Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing in both technical and non-technical terms Operate workstations connected to networks with speed and accuracy Research and make recommendations on webpage editing or formatting Maintain the worksite Monitor, maintain and track equipment Independently organize training class logistics Understand and follow oral and written instructions Generate and maintain reports and related records Establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff at user's sites, department and vendors Compile information for inclusion in newsletters, reports or position papers Education & Experience Requirements: Education/Training: Graduation from High School or G.E.D, equivalent and minimum of six (6) months specialized training in office practices, training support and coordinator functions or closely related field. Necessary Special Requirement: Positions in this classification will vary in their duties and responsibilities based on the nature of the program or project to which they are assigned. Special knowledge, skills or abilities necessary for the incumbent to process to effectively perform the job must be identified at the time the position is requisitioned to be filled and therefore, must be stated on the position posting. No knowledge, skill or ability may be announced that is not anticipated by the definition of the classification. This will be called a "position exam". The posting for a position exam, and the resulting eligibility list established to fill a specific position, will be used for that specific vacancy only. Experience: Two (2) years of responsible secretarial and clerical support experience which included decision making responsibilities and exercising independent judgment. Experience in school district computer software systems and usage is highly desirable. License/Certification: None. 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. 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 dates are as follows: Written Exam: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 Oral Board Exam: Friday, October 8, 2021 Exam times 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. New employees to the district are placed on step 1 (one) of the salary schedule. The maximum salary is reached in 3 /1/2 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 list 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 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. APPLICANT INSTRUCTIONS : Respond honestly and truthfully to all questions. Over-evaluating your skill level is considered providing false and/or misleading information. The statements you make on this form are subject to verification. Applicants found to have provided false or misleading information of their skills will be disqualified from further employment processing or, if hired, will be immediately terminated from employment. Thu. 09/30/21 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 09, 2021
Full Time
Under the direction of the assigned administrator, perform technical duties in support of District and State student assessment programs and activities; support District staff with assessment testing processes, schedules, data collection, reporting, and distribution activities; update and maintain student assessment data in the student information system and other databases. Essential Functions: Perform technical duties related to District and State student assessment programs and activities; assist the administrators in the coordination, preparation, distribution, data collection, and reporting of numerous State-mandated, organizational and special tests. Interpret rules, regulations and procedures related to the testing program; read manuals; remain current on District, State, federal and individualized test requirements; research State testing regulations and guidelines. Maintain and update student records in assigned systems; prepare a variety of records and reports related to assigned activities as directed; purge and maintain files according to established procedures; submit reports to the California Department of Education as appropriate according to established timelines; collect, process, package and coordinate shipping of testing materials to the State for scoring. Create District-wide pre-ID student reports for assigned State-mandated tests; identify students for pre-ID and late pre-ID creation services electronically; follow-up with incomplete student data as appropriate. Provide training and instruction for administering State-mandated tests; provide support to sites during testing activities; assist with distribution of test materials; manage logins and passwords. Download, clean up result files, and import test results into appropriate system; maintain and assure data integrity; assist sites with data issues, query creation and data reporting; monitor and update roster upload script as necessary. Perform administrative tasks in support of the office including responding to e-mails and phone inquiries and duplicating materials. Communicate with students, staff, outside agencies and administrators to coordinate activities and disseminate information related to assigned activities. Order testing or office materials and supplies as needed. Oversee reporting activities, data requests, testing timelines and calendars to assure data is available when needed; receive and respond to e-mail requests and correspondence; prepare and maintain records related to assigned activities. Operate office equipment including a copier, fax machine, telephone, computer and assigned software applications; drive a vehicle to various sites to pick up or deliver testing materials. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF: Methods, practices and terminology used in test administration. Modern office practices, procedures and equipment. Technical aspects of the school testing field. Applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations. Operation and use of computer and assigned software applications. Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. Record-keeping, filing and proofing techniques. Oral and written communication skills. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Telephone techniques and etiquette. ABILITY TO: Perform technical duties in support of District and State student assessment programs and activities. Answer telephones and greet visitors. Assist the administrator in the coordination, preparation, distribution, collection and scoring of numerous State-mandated, organizational and special tests. Work independently with little direction. Interpret and apply laws, codes, rules and regulations related to testing programs. Operate a variety of office equipment including computer equipment. Type or input data at an acceptable rate of speed. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Develop and meet schedules and time lines. Complete work with many interruptions. Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to: High school diploma or equivalent, bachelor's degree in a related field desirable and three (3) years of responsible District and State data management systems, including experience in the maintenance of complex records. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Valid California driver's license. WORKING CONDITIONS: ENVIRONMENT: Office environment. Driving a vehicle to conduct work. 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. Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling testing 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 9/24/21 Exam #2 9/29/21 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. Wed. 09/22/21 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 04, 2021
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: DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: There are four classes of Paraeducator supporting Special Education services. Each class is distinguished by higher level duties and responsibilities, with the Paraeducator Special Ed - Level II being the second level in this series of classes. Below are the distinguishing characteristics between each level: Paraeducator Special Ed - Level I : Employees in this class serve students with mild to moderate disabilities and provide instructional support to individuals or small groups of students. Paraeducator Special Ed - Level II : Employees in this class typically serve students with moderate to severe disabilities, and provide instructional support as well as physical support to students with moderate to severe physical orthopedic and/or intellectual disabilities, in addition to serving younger disabled students that require assistance with toileting/diapering. Paraeducator Special Ed - Level III : Employees in this class serve students who require 1:1 support more than 50% of the work day, and provide intensive behavioral and/or physical support to students with moderate to severe disabilities. This class is also distinguished by more experience in data collection and academic modification. Paraeducator Special Ed - Level IV : Employees in this class are distinguished by highly specialized training and experience in identifying specific deficits and suggesting instructional supports and behavioral modifications. Employees in this class are assigned individual caseloads and are skilled in developing data collection and tracking systems. 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. Accompany students to regular education classrooms and/or in the community; adapt and modify lessons or materials to meet the individual needs of the students. Monitor and assist students with activities to develop small muscle and eye-hand coordination; assist children in learning gross motor skills; assist students in learning fine motor skills such as reaching, grabbing, folding and cutting. Assist students in the use of various orthopedic devices, classroom computers, adaptive equipment, and electronic communication devices. Assist students with goal work and class work; modify work using approved accommodations including gestural, written and verbal prompts; redirect student attention back to task as needed; lead activities or provide support at language centers, circle/music time, toy and outside time, sensory/occupational therapy time and snack/lunch time. 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; assist in administering 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; a ccompany students to and from the bus; accompany students in off campus events and outings and monitor, model and guide behavior in accordance with established standards of conduct 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 students; collect, assemble, and distribute learning materials, supplies, equipment, and other resource materials; order instructional materials 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: General needs, learning styles, and behavior of individuals with disabilities Problems and concerns of students with special education needs. Child guidance principles Practices related to individuals 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, CPR and CPI techniques. ABILITY TO: Implement facilitated communication and augmentative communication systems, behavior management techniques, and District approved physical restraint techniques as necessary. Demonstrate and implement behavior management techniques. Reinforce instruction to individual or small groups of students with moderate to severe disabilities, including but not limited to students with orthopedic/physical impairments 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 individuals with special education needs preferably 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. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 04, 2021
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: DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: There are four classes of Paraeducator supporting Special Education services. Each class is distinguished by higher level duties and responsibilities, with the Paraeducator Special Ed - Level I being the entry level in this series of classes. Below are the distinguishing characteristics between each level: Paraeducator Special Ed - Level I : Employees in this class serve students with mild to moderate disabilities and provide instructional support to individuals or small groups of students. Paraeducator Special Ed - Level II : Employees in this class typically serve students with moderate to severe disabilities, and provide instructional support as well as physical support to students with moderate to severe physical orthopedic and/or intellectual disabilities, in addition to serving younger disabled students that require assistance with toileting/diapering. Paraeducator Special Ed - Level III : Employees in this class serve students who require 1:1 support more than 50% of the work day, and provide intensive behavioral and/or physical support to students with moderate to severe disabilities. This class is also distinguished by more experience in data collection and academic modification. Paraeducator Special Ed - Level IV : Employees in this class are distinguished by highly specialized training and experience in identifying specific deficits and suggesting instructional supports and behavioral modifications. Employees in this class are assigned individual caseloads and are skilled in developing data collection and tracking systems. 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 and/or in the community; 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; assist in administering 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; accompany students in field/community trips and observe and model appropriate behavior; accompany students going from one location to another; escort students to the restroom; accompany student to and from the bus; supervise students as needed during other unstructured time such as recess, lunch and other break periods. 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 Practices related to individuals 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, as directed by the teacher, to individual or small groups of special education students ranging in age from preschool through early adulthood. 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 individuals with special needs. 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 individuals with special needs, preferably 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. 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. 09/24/21 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 03, 2021
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. Exam Location will be announced in the invite email. Exam # 1: Thursday, September 30, 2021 Exam # 2: To Be Determined 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 list from this recruitment will be used for full-time, part-time and limited term positions. For position that require bilingual skills 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, where less than three ranks exist on the promotional list, the open list will be utilized to complete a total of three ranks. Fri. 09/24/21 4:00 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Sep 02, 2021
Full Time
Under general supervision of school administrators, maintains a regular patrol of the school campus to prevent vandalism, loitering by non-students, and other disruptive behavior; assists in enforcement of school and district regulations; and to do related work as required. Essential Functions: Patrols campus during school hours providing general supervision of students outside of class; Is alert for problems likely to disrupt educational process or be physically injurious to persons or property; Establishes rapport with faculty and students in order to gain their trust and confidence; Assists teachers, when requested, in dealing with unruly students; Intervenes in situations likely to result in disruption or injury and requests students to refrain from such conduct; Refers students to Assistant Principal's office in cases of flagrant or repeated violations of school regulations; Records data, makes oral and written reports; Maintains working liaison with local law enforcement agencies. Knowledge of: Laws, rules and regulations which apply to the conduct of juveniles; the community. Ability to: Use good judgment in emergencies and take effective action; Work calmly with students; Understand and follow a work schedule as well as oral and written instructions; Maintain harmonious working relations with school officials, other employees, students and public; Work effectively with individual students and groups of students. Education & Experience Requirements: Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade or informal education sufficient to insure ability to perform job duties and work with youth organizations or related youth activities. 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 - 09/28/21 Exam # 2 To Be Determined 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. Wed. 09/22/21 4:30 PM Pacific Time
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Aug 15, 2021
Full Time
Under the direction of the Warehouse Supervisor, perform a variety of warehouse functions including the receipt, inspection, verification, storage, processing and distribution of a variety of supplies, materials and equipment; drive a vehicle to various District locations to deliver goods. Essential Functions: Perform a variety of warehouse functions including the receipt, inspection, verification, storage, processing and distribution of assigned goods such as but not limited to supplies, materials, documents, books, equipment, furniture, mail, packages and food items; assure designated goods are delivered in a timely manner. Receive, unload and inspect shipments for damage and conformity to purchase order specifications and packing slips; review shipments for accuracy including quality and quantity; identify and resolve shortages, damaged goods or other problems and discrepancies. Shelve, stock and store items in appropriate section of warehouse; load and prepare various items for delivery; receive, fill and process requisitions; pull, pack, sort and ship items to various locations according to established procedures; arrange outgoing deliveries and routes with site personnel. Drive a vehicle to school sites, offices, cafeterias, mailrooms and other District locations to pick up and deliver a variety of goods; load truck with appropriate supplies and equipment; assure deliveries comply with quantity and product specifications; obtain signatures; pick up and deliver mail. Receive, fill, verify and process purchase orders and requisitions; pull, pack and ship items or supplies to District locations according to established procedures; load and prepare items for delivery; arrange outgoing deliveries with school site and other District personnel as needed. Place food items in racks, coolers or freezers as assigned; assure proper temperature of food items; rotate perishable and nonperishable inventory as needed; clean and sweep warehouse freezers, refrigerators and storage areas as required. Communicate with District personnel and various outside agencies to exchange information and resolve issues or concerns. Operate a variety of warehouse equipment such as forklifts, pallet jacks, delivery vehicles and dollies; utilize standard office equipment including a copier, fax machine, computer and assigned software. Prepare outgoing shipments for delivery; assure items and supplies are properly loaded and secured for transport; place and store items in appropriate storage areas at schools and other District sites. Maintain and organize warehouse inventory; assist in maintaining appropriate levels of regular store stock items as assigned; participate in conducting and maintaining regular and periodic inventories. Inspect delivery vehicle to assure proper operating condition; perform routine maintenance as needed; check and replenish fuel, oil, water and tire inflation levels as needed. Maintain various records, logs and files related to orders, deliveries, warehouse operations, food temperature, purchase requisitions and assigned activities. Restock returned items as needed; repackage various products into smaller issuing units as needed. Maintain warehouse and other assigned areas in a clean, orderly and safe condition. OTHER JOB RELATED DUTIES Perform related duties and responsibilities as assigned. JOB RELATED AND ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of : Basic stock inventory procedures Methods, practices and terminology used in warehouse operations. Use and terminology of requisitions, purchase orders, packing slips and other warehouse documents. Practices, procedures, terminology and techniques involved in the receipt, issuing and distribution of supplies and materials. Proper loading and unloading of trucks. Traffic laws, defensive driving techniques and rules of the road Operation of a forklift, pallet jack and other warehouse equipment Proper methods of storing equipment, materials and supplies Oral and written communication skills Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy Operation of standard office equipment Proper lifting techniques Health and safety regulations Basic record-keeping techniques Basic mathematics Ability to : Perform a variety of warehouse functions including the receipt, inspection, verification, storage, processing and distribution of a variety of supplies, materials and equipment Drive a vehicle to various District locations to deliver goods safely Shelve, store and prepare warehouse items for delivery Load and unload shipments of supplies and equipment Operate a forklift, pallet jack and other warehouse equipment Utilize space efficiently and effectively Maintain various records related to work performed Meet schedules and time lines Observe health and safety regulations Observe legal and defensive driving practices Work well independently and as part of a team Communicate using patience and courtesy, and in a manner that reflects positively on the department and the District Understand and follow oral and written instructions Add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and accurately Communicate effectively both orally and in writing Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others Maintain regular and consistent attendance Education & Experience Requirements: Any combination equivalent to sufficient experience, training and/or education to demonstrate the knowledge and abilities listed above. Typically, this would be gained through: graduation from high school and one year warehouse, delivery or related experience. Forklift experience (certification desirable). Licenses and other requirements Valid California driver's license Working Conditions: Environment: Indoor and outdoor work environment Driving a vehicle to conduct work Regular exposure to fumes, dust and odors Physical Demands: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a variety of warehouse equipment Hearing and speaking to exchange information Seeing to read a variety of materials Sitting or standing for extended periods of time Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling heavy objects as assigned by the supervisor Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally Bending at the waist, kneeling and crouching Heavy physical labor Walking Regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 100 pounds Hazards: Working around and with machinery having moving parts Traffic hazards Working in walk-in refrigerator and freezer 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. PLEASE NOTE: 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 Warehouse Worker - Substitute position vary. APPLICANT INSTRUCTIONS: Respond honestly and truthfully to all questions. Over-evaluating your skill level is considered providing false and/or misleading information. The statements you make on this form are subject to verification. Applicants found to have provided false or misleading information of their skills will be disqualified from further employment processing or, if hired, will be immediately terminated from employment. TASKS AND WORKING CONDITIONS : All candidates for consideration MUST be willing to perform ALL of these required tasks, and be able to work under the following conditions. If you are unwilling to do any of these tasks, you will be disqualified from further hiring consideration or, if hired, will be immediately terminated from employment. Check Yes if you are willing to perform this duty, and No if you are not willing . Your signature below indicates that you are willing and able to perform the duties you have checked with a Yes if you are hired. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Aug 15, 2021
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: The written examinations will be held on the following dates: Thursday, August 12, 2021 Monday, August 23, 2021 3:30 PM Thursday, September 7, 2021 11:00 AM Tuesday, September 21, 2021 9:00 AM Additional dates will be scheduled as needed. You will receive an invite with instructions prior to the examination dates. 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
Aug 15, 2021
Full Time
Under general supervision, to perform routine grounds maintenance and gardening work; operate power-driven grounds maintenance equipment; drive a dump truck and other vehicles; and to do related work as required. Essential Functions: Plants, cultivates, waters and sprays plants, shrubs, hedges, trees and flowers; Plants, fertilizes, waters and cares for lawns, using hand and power mowers; Trims trees, hedges, and shrubs; Prepares and treats soil for planting, spades and fertilizes flower beds; Aids in keeping assigned area free from pests and plant diseases; Rakes leaves, hoes weeds and performs general grounds maintenance work; Keeps supplies, tools and equipment in proper condition and repair; Operates and makes minor adjustments and emergency repairs to power-driven equipment such as mowers, rollers, and similar types of equipment used in extensive grounds and maintenance work; Loads and unloads materials and equipment; Maintains fence lines and permanently installed playground equipment; Does cement and macadam repair; Qualifications Knowledge of: Approved methods of planting and caring for trees, shrubs, lawns and flowers Groundskeeping materials, tools and equipment, and of their safe use and care; The more common plant diseases and insect pests and the approved and safe methods and materials used in controlling and eradicating them; Ability to: Repair and maintain tools and equipment; Operate the particular type of equipment assigned safely; Make minor emergency repairs and adjustments in the field. Perform heavy manual labor; Work cooperatively with those contacted in the course of work Education & Experience Requirements: One year of full time paid experience in groundskeeping work. 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. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The duration of the eligibility list is one (1) year unless extended by the Personnel Commission. Eligibility list from this recruitment will be used for substitute, on-call, and limited term positions. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $74 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 Groundskeeper - Substituteposition vary. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Aug 15, 2021
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. A background check will be conducted to all candidates that will be considered. There is a $74 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to beginning work. This announcement will remain open until a sufficient pool of substitutes has been established. Continuous
San Lorenzo Unified School District San Lorenzo, California, United States
Aug 14, 2021
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 $74 fingerprint fee that the candidate is responsible for and a clearance of Tuberculosis is also required prior to beginning work. This announcement will remain open until a sufficient pool of substitutes has been established Continuous