Human Resources

Paraprofessional Ridge Road Primary
Posted: 01/09/2020

 Minimum qualifications:

 Candidates MUST have either two years of post-secondary education (90 quarter hours or 60 semester hours) OR passed the Paraprofessional Assessment Exam

 Only candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be considered for an interview.

 Applications may be picked up at the Board of Education

 Return application to:

Washington County Board of Education

P O Box 716

Sandersville, GA 31082

Human Resources

Ref: Paraprofessional

 Deadline to apply Thursday January 23, 2020.

Washington County School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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School Resource Officer
Full Time – 10 Month Position
Posted: 01/09/2020

See Job Description below

 Applicants must submit a resume and/or a completed classified Washington County Board of Education application for employment, which includes professional references and previous work history, to the Human Resources Department attention Masha White or email it to mwhite@washington.k12.ga.us

 Applications are available at the Board of Education or online at www.washington.k12.ga.us


 
Deadline to apply Thursday January 23, 2020

Washington County School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Description: School Resource Officer

 Reports to: Assistant Superintendent

 Qualifications:

Must be a Certified Police Officer

Must hold a valid Driver’s License

Must pass Criminal Background Check

Must satisfy eVerify employment eligibility requirements       

 Position Summary:

The School Resource Officer supports and facilitates the educational process within the school system by providing a safe and secure environment through the building and establishing of meaningful relationships with students and staff, and proactively interacting with the school community to ensure the enforcement of city and state laws, preservation of public order, protection of life and the prevention, detection, or investigation of crime. The incumbent will effectively collaborate with students, parents, school personnel and community agencies to support teaching and learning in the schools. The School Resource Officer will patrol district property to protect students, staff and visitors from physical harm and prevent loss to district property resulting from criminal activity.

 

At the discretion of the Superintendent, a member(s) of the School Resource Officer force may be designated as Chief and/or Assistant Chief. These individuals will assume all responsibilities defined herein. In addition, the Chief and/or Assistant Chief will lead the efforts of the School Resource Officer force and provide any required assignments and scheduling of activities or duties. As directed by the Superintendent, or the Superintendent’s designee, the Chief and/or Assistant Chief will be responsible for recommending and implementing training programs for the force and will serve as the system’s representative at any required system, local, or state level meetings. Any administrative tasks or system level reporting required for the group as a whole will be coordinated and performed by the Chief and/or Assistant Chief.

 Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Must be able to demonstrate the ability to apply critical thinking skills in rendering solutions to various issues that arise in the schools and on district property; must be able to effectively communicate with both the public and school personnel; extensive communications (verbal and written) with students, staff and internal/external stakeholders is required; must effectively collaborate with school staff and administration to ensure the implementation of all security and safety protocols; will be responsible for managing behavior of victims, witnesses and others when handling or responding to incidents; requires the use of sound judgment; ability to work with youth and adults and to instruct youth and adults in safe behavior practices. Must be able to work flexible hours, evenings and staggered shifts, holidays and weekends and/or in emergency situations and to direct traffic/pedestrians crossing busy streets around schools or on school grounds when necessary; ability to investigate suspicious circumstances, persons, vehicles, etc. Required to work evenings, weekends and athletic events as assigned by the Chief and/or Assistant Chief to provide maximum security coverage; must be able to work in inclement weather and able to walk, run, climb, crawl or sit for extended periods of time. Required proficiency in incident reporting, fax, copiers, and scanners, etc. Knowledge of Georgia Criminal and Traffic Code, City and County Ordinances, Criminal Procedures, Juvenile Law and court proceedings.

 Performance Responsibilities:

1. Provide assistance and information to help administrators be better prepared to deal with security related matters and serve as a wrap-around services team member to support student success.

2. Work closely with the principal and staff of the school to foster a better understanding of the law enforcement function to maintain a secure learning environment. Provide training to teachers and staff on safety and security protocols and standards. Proactively work with the school’s leadership team and collaborate with school’s administrative team and any outside agencies on safety protocols and procedures.

3. Serve as a visible and active law enforcement officer on campus dealing with law-related areas such as drugs, traffic, trespassing, fighting, and thefts. Enforce campus rules and regulations.

4. Work collaboratively with public safety agencies to serve as a liaison between school and community to deter criminal and delinquent behavior.

5. Work with school administration to provide counseling for at risk youth via the RTI and MTSS processes.

6. Coordinate security for crowd and vehicle control at extra-curricular activities and special events. Monitor and instruct students, visitors, and district personnel on proper and lawful campus or facility behavior. Help to define and maintain a respectful code of conduct.

7. Conduct routine patrols of assigned facilities to include buildings, parking lots and district owned, leased, or rented property identifying suspicious activity, unauthorized persons on campus, or unauthorized entry; Operate district equipment to include alarm systems, surveillance equipment, and patrol units when necessary.

8. Take law enforcement action to protect against unwanted intruders. Identify and prevent (through counseling and referral) delinquent behavior, including substance abuse. Make arrests only when necessary to protect students, staff and school property.

9. Assist other law enforcement agencies with incidents involving local criminal activity that may impact the safety of the environment for students and staff. Serve as the initial first responder and school safety coordinator for campus emergencies.

10. Respond to calls on crimes against person or property in progress, report crimes that have already occurred, and intrusion/fire alarms; perform preliminary investigation at the scene (e.g. gather and preserve evidence, take statements). Prepare written reports, maintain daily logs, and obtain and serve arrest and search warrants as necessary; testify in court as required.

11. Subdue offenders and criminals by using the minimum amount of force needed to protect the officer and other persons.

12. Provide instructions and directions to others as it pertains to law enforcement matters and emergency situations.

13. Conduct security building assessments for schools; guard, check and secure doors, rooms, buildings and equipment.

14. Operate a two-way radio and qualify with a department issued firearm.

15. Provide executive protection; provide transportation to and from pre-designated places for Board Members and/or District Administrators.

16. The officer must be in an approved uniform and full gear during all working hours.

17. Perform other duties as assigned by appropriate supervisory personnel and school administrators.

 

Physical Demands/ADA Requirements:

A medical exam is required as a condition of employment, followed by an annual medical exam thereafter. Annual physical fitness tests using standards as defined for the basic mandate for P.O.S.T. certification are required. Ability to walk, run, climb crawl or

sit for extended periods of time. Work in inclement weather. Varied work schedule including evenings, weekends and athletic events as assigned by the Chief and/or Assistant Chief to provide maximum security coverage is required. Incumbent may spend extended periods of time patrolling and investigating crimes on District property, both in automobiles and on foot. Incumbent may be required to physically restrain parties involved in a conflict. In extreme cases, incumbent may be exposed to violent and/or armed confrontations. This position may involve routine exposure to blood or body fluids. Regular attendance is required for this position.

Compensation: This is a classified salaried exempt position. The base salary includes 190 days of employment in the school building during assigned hours and attendance and performance of duties at all regular season football and basketball home games. Attendance at the regular season football and basketball home games is mandatory. The Chief and/or Assistant Chief will schedule and assign additional duty for all other extra-curricular events. Assignments for these other events will be made in an equitable manner. All School Resource Officers are required to accept the assignments of other events as a condition of continued employment. Additional compensation will be paid for the other events per Board approved compensation schedules

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Maintenance Worker
Posted Nov. 12, 2019
12 Month Position
REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Must be able to build shelves in storage rooms
Must be able to lift minimum of 50lbs
Must be able to make plumbing repairs
Must be able to assemble school furniture
Must have a valid Georgia Driver’s license
Must pass a criminal background check
Preferred but not required – certification to purchase pesticides

 RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist other maintenance workers with special projects
Assist with other maintenance jobs as assigned by the maintenance department

Salary Negotiable

Internal candidates please send cover letter and current resume to the Human Resources Department attention Masha White or email to mwhite@washington.k12.ga.us

External candidates may submit a Washington County Board of Education application for employment or resume which includes at least three professional references to Masha White at mwhite@washington.k12.ga.us

 For any further questions about the position, contact Melvin Williams at 478-552-3981 or 478-232-7776

 Applications will be accepted until the vacancy is filled.

 The Washington County Board of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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High School Math Teacher
Posted: Nov. 12, 2019

Must have or be eligible for teacher certification issued by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. 

Internal candidates please send cover letter and current resume to the Human Resources Department attention Masha White or email to mwhite@washington.k12.ga.us

External candidates may apply at www.teachgeorgia.org or submit a Washington County Board of Education application for employment, resume and three professional references to Masha White at mwhite@washington.k12.ga.us


Position opened until filled

Washington County Board Of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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Middle School Foreign Language Teacher
(Spanish, French, Chinese, Latin or American Sign Language)
Posted: Sept 12. 2019

Candidates must have or be eligible for teacher certification issued by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission

Apply online at www.teachgeorgia.org  or submit a Washington County Board of Education Certified application for employment, resume and three professional references to Masha White mwhite@washington.k12.ga.us

Applications will be accepted until the vacancy is filled.

Washington County Board of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Electrician 
Posted Jan. 9, 2019

REPORTS TO:  Assistant Superintendent
PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: 
Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in the electrical field
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Valid license and/or certification in the electrical field
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES INCLUDES:
Install, maintain, and repair electrical systems and electrical equipment
Repair and install light fixtures, electrical apparatuses, and equipment for fire alarm system
Inspect and test components of electrical systems including transformers, transfer switches and switch gears
Survey electrical system circuits and plans
Assist other members of the maintenance department with other work orders upon request
Capable of lifting a minimum of 50 pounds without assistance

SALARY: Negotiable

Applications are available for pickup at the Washington County Board of Education located at 501 Industrial Drive, Sandersville, Ga 31082

Contact Melvin Williams at 478-552-3981 x 1209.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The Washington County Board of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer


 

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