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                                    Dilcon Community School, Inc. - Home of the Eagles

                                       O F F I C E   O F   H U M A N   R E S O U R C E S

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                               VACANCIES FOR SY 2015-2016

DILCON COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Employment Opportunities

Principal

Certified Teachers

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

SPED Teacher Assistant

Regular Ed Teacher Assistant (3)

Enrollment Assistant

Human Resources Assistant

Residential Assistant (Male) 2

Bus Driver

Lead Bus Driver

Closing Date May 22, 2015


POSITION DESCRIPTION:

TITLE:                                    Special Education Assistant

DEPARTMENT:                       Academic

SUPERVISOR:                        Classroom Teacher and Lead Teacher

CLASSIFICATION:                  Exempt

SENSITIVITY:                         Moderate Risk Level * Requires background investigation pursuant to P.L. 101-647 to determine suitability for employment and as condition of employment*

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for assisting the Special Education Teacher with multiple handicapped individual one-on-one and/or group instruction; prepare modified materials for class use, works with student on IEP (Individualized Education Plan) goals and objectives on a daily basis. Dispersing and feeding goals/objectives are included. Tasks will depend upon student and teacher assignment and level of involvement.

REQUIREMENTS:

-Implement the specialized care and/or treatment developed for the individual needs of handicapped student(s) and classroom teacher.

-Assist teacher in assessing student's progress and implement-revised lesson plans and/or methods of teaching to include the needs of handicapped student(s) as identified in the child's IEP.

-Assist in the modified instruction of student(s) working individually and/or small groups.

-Monitors student activities such as test taking and/or group participation, therapy services or services.

-Reinforce therapeutic services (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Visual Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, and other related services) as necessary individually or in small groups.

-Construct and utilize instructional charts and exhibits; reproduce and modify classroom materials; set up and operate audiovisual equipment, assistive technology (e.g. communication board, wheelchair, stander, etc.) and utilizes other visual learning devices designed to supplement IEP.

-Maintains necessary class records, such as attendance reports, progress charts and other data, as required.

-Serves as an interpreter when necessary between the school and parent.

-Maintains the confidentiality of all special education folders and information.

-Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

-Associate of Arts Degree or sixty (60) hours of college or university credits OR a passing score in reading, writing and mathematics on the state or local assessment recognized by the Arizona Department of Education (ACT WorkKeys Program, ETS Parapro or ParaEducator) to meet the Highly Qualified (HQ) Paraprofessionals requirements.

-Prefer at least (1) one year of experience in the classroom with individuals with moderate/severe disabilities.

-Excellent oral and written communications skills

-Knowledgeable in making effective use of technology resources.

-Ability to life 30-40 pounds.

-CPR and First Aid certified.

WORKING HOURS: Monday-Friday, 40 hours a week.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: School Year Contract - Ten (10) months

EVALUATION: A minimum of two (2) performance evaluations a year. Two weeks prior to the conclusion of the probationary period for the mandatory one (1) full contract year (215 days) or greater if the period is extended.

1) November 15 to December 15

2) March 1 to April 1

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TITLE:                  Teacher Assistant (3)

DEPARTMENT:     Academic

SUPERVISOR:     Principal

CLASSIFICATION:  Classified Non-Exempt

SENSITIVITY:       High Risk Level * Requires background investigation pursuant to P.L. 101-647 to determine suitability for employment and as condition of employment

POSITIOIN SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for assisting the Classroom Teacher with individual one-on-one and/or group instruction; prepare materials for class use, works with students on goals and objectives based on prepared lesson plans on a daily basis. Tasks will depend upon student and teacher assignment and level of involvement.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

Assists the teacher in the preparation of lesson plans which includes objectives, methods, and materials used in reviewing concepts which have been previously introduced by the teacher as well as reinforcing previously learned concepts.

Serves in a supportive capacity, instructs small groups or individual students, many of which are experiencing learning and/or language difficulties. Instruction is based on a variety of sound educational methods developed and supervised by the Classroom Teacher.

Observes and reports individual student interests, abilities, and problems; based on teacher direction, provides instruction and guidance to students in regard to emotional and social adjustments.

Supervises classroom and playground recreational activities as directed, and demonstrates new games and instructs in the use and care of materials and equipment.

During absence of the Classroom Teacher, maintains discipline and conducts reviews of previous instruction, drill sessions, and recreational activities according to prearranged plans.

WORKING HOURS:    Monday-Friday, 40 hours a week

TERMS OF EMPOYMENT:   School Year Contract - Ten (10) months

EVALUATION: A minimum of two (2) performance evaluations a year. Two weeks prior to the conclusion of the probationary period for the mandatory one (1) full contract year (215 days) or greater if the period is extended.

1) November 15 to December 15

2) March 1 to April 1

QUALIFICATIONS:

Associate of Arts Degree or sixty (60) hours of college or university credits OR a passing score in reading, writing, mathematics, on the state or local assessment recognized by the Arizona Department of Education (ACT WorkKeys Program, ETS Parapro or ParaEducator) to meet the Highly Qualified (HQ) Paraprofessionals requirements.

Prefer at least (1) one year of experience in the classroom with individuals with moderate/severe disabilities.

Excellent or and written communication skills.

Knowledgeable in making effective use of technology resources.

Ability to lift 30-40 pounds.

CPR and First Aid certified.

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TITLE:                     Lead Bus Driver   OUF

DEPARTMENT:        Business Dept.

SUPERVISOR:         Business Manager

CLASSIFICATION:   Classified Non-Exempt

SENSITIVITY:         Moderate Risk Level * Requires background investigation pursuant to P.L. 101-647 to determine suitability for employment and as condition of employment* 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under general supervision of the Business Manager. This position performs duties and responsibilities with minimal supervision and is responsible for the operation of a school bus, with a rated capacity of 30-60 passengers on school bus routes transporting students to and from school and as required, sedans, pickup trucks, and other motor vehicles. When transporting students, the Bus Driver takes great care to assure that students are properly seated and behaving in a safe and orderly manner.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

-Must operate a school bus with a rated capacity of 30-60 passengers transporting day students to school daily; classroom groups/clubs, field trips, extra curricular activities, sports programs and their sponsors or coaches to and from designated areas, on or off the reservation in all types of weather conditions and various roads and traffic conditions.

-Operates motor vehicles such as sedans, station wagons, pick up truck, vans, etc. performing trips such as picking up mail, supplies, laundry, transporting children to and from medical facilities, etc.

-Is required to visit homes to obtain information pertaining to non-enrollment of a student, truancy, obtain required and necessary information such as birth dates, place of birth, etc., parent or guardian signatures to complete the enrollment process.

-Performs operator maintenance checks before and after each trip. Performs other maintenance and repairs as necessary such as checking and replacing worn fan belts, changing and repairing flat tires, changing oil and filters, cleaning and replacing air filters, etc.

-Is required to take vehicles assigned to the school to and from garages for repair and maintenance or return assigned vehicles for replacement.

a)   Physical Examination (every two years)

b)   Alcohol and Drug Test (once a year)

c)   New Driver/Refresher Training (every two years)

d)   First Aid Training (every 2-3 years); usually valid 2-3 years

-Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

WORKING HOURS:               Monday-Friday, 40 hours a week based on Transportation Department tour of Duty Schedule.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:   School Year Contract - Ten (10) Months

EVALUATION:  A performance evaluation will be conducted within 30 days after the conclusion of the probationary period for newly hired employee and then annually between March 1 to April 1for the mandatory one (1) full year (215 days) or greater if the period is extended.

1) November 15 to December 15

2) March 1 to April 1

QUALIFICATIONS:

-High School Diploma or GED Certificate

-No DUI (Driving under the influence of alcohol) arrest or conviction within the past five years; no more than one (1) DUI conviction in one's lifetime.

-Ability to lift seventy-five pounds (75 lbs.)

-Must be able to work flexible hours and on weekends when required.

-Must have a valid Arizona State Driver License and required CDL (Commercial Driver License) must be maintained as a condition of employment; failure to do so will result in dismissal from employment..

-Bus Driver Certification from the Student Transportation Unit, Arizona Department of Public Safety.

 


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                                                            APPLICATION PROCESSING

  • Applications and information regarding job vacancies can be obtained:
  • In person at the Office of Human Resources, Dilcon Community School
  • By calling Human Resources at (928) 657-2327

>  Applications must be submitted:

  • In person at the Human Resources Office
  • By mail to Dilcon Community School, Human Resources Department, HC63 Box G, Winslow, AZ 86047
  • By e-mail or fax (928) 657-3213, the original application is to be mailed to Dilcon Community School.

>  Signature on Applications:

  • Your Original Signature is required on the Application and the Authorization for Release of Information page.
  • Unsigned applications are considered incomplete.
  • Dilcon Community School reserves the right to request an investigative report in order to verify information on your application and to obtain data regarding your character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or other relevant information. If an inquiry is made, more information as to the nature and scope of the inquiry will be supplied to you upon written request.
  • The Human Resources department can make copies for you for a copy fee of .25 cents each page.

>  Applying for a vacancy:

  • A separate application is required for each position for which you apply.
  • Only applications for current vacancies will be accepted.
  • Applications must be filled out completely, even if resume is attached.
  • Keep a record of the title and job vacancy of all positions for which you apply.
  • Once submitted, the application and attached documents become the property of Dilcon Community School.
  • Candidate(s) are to complete the Federal, Arizona State, and Navajo Nation background check, at their own expense, prior to employment, see Human Resource for application and fingerprinting.

>  Deadlines:

  • Employment Applications are available at DCS Human Resources and online at www.dilconeagles.com.
  • Employment Applications must be received in the Human Resources by 4:00 pm on the closing date.

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REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  • Signed Application
  • Resumé: (Optional for Classified position IF employment history is on application)
  • Three Letters of Recommendations
  • Unofficial Academic Transcripts/Certifications/Licenses (Official transcript will be required upon hire)
  • MVD-39 Months Driving Record
  • Tribal Criminal/Traffic Background Check
  • State Fingerprint Clearance Card
  • Navajo Preference (CIB) /Veteran’s Preference (DD-214)

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BENEFITS

  • Health Insurance Package (Medical/Dental/Vision/Medicine Man/Wellness Program)
  • Life Insurance & Disability Plans
  • 401k Pension Plan
  • Workmen’s Compensation
  • Holiday Pay
  • Sign-On bonus for Highly Qualified Teacher. Call for additional information.
  • Personal/Jury Duty/Military/FMLA/Bereavement Leaves

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EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

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HOUSING AVAILABLE

  • On-campus housing is available.

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OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Dilcon Community Schools, Inc.
Ms. Verde Yazzie, HR Manager
HC-63 Box G
Winslow, Arizona 86047
Phone: (928) 657-2311/2327
Fax: (928) 657-3213
Email: vyazzie@dilconeagles.com