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Santa Rosa Consolidated School District is accepting applications for the following positions:

Make note that Applications are only good for 90 days, you must re-apply.


JOB OPPORTUNITY

Santa Rosa Consolidated Schools has the following opening for the 2021-2022 school year:

 

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Cook
Deadline: Open Until Filled

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Extensive training and/or experience in food preparation;
  2. Demonstrate leadership qualities;
  3. Demonstrate cooperativeness and a willingness to acquire added competencies in the area of nutrition and related areas;
  4. Must be literate and have mathematical skills;
  5. Competencies in record keeping, reporting and inventory control;
  6. Must be able to lift 25 pounds to head level, when required.
  7. Must be able to kneel, squat, crawl, bend and walk without limitations;
  8. Other qualifications determined to be necessary by the Board.

REPORTS TO: Cafeteria Manager/Principal - Shared responsibility, Superintendent- General Supervisor

JOB GOAL: To serve the students attractive and nutritious meals in an atmosphere of efficiency, cleanliness and warmth.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Maintain the highest standards of safety and cleanliness in the kitchen.
  2. Direct, plan and supervise kitchen personnel in the safe, proper and efficient use of all kitchen equipment and maintain inventory of food supply, supplies and equipment.
  3. Check food shipments into the school, signing requisitions and/or invoices only after each order has been verified.
  4. Determine the quantities of each food to be prepared daily.
  5. Determine the size of serving to meet the necessary requirements with regard to the ages of those served.
  6. Prepare food according to a planned menu and tested uniform recipes and determine if the finished product is of best quality both flavor and appearance before it is served.
  7. Record all food requisitions from the storeroom and record all meals served, designating with or without milk.
  8. Oversee the locking of the storeroom, and maintaining of a correct inventory as required, to include equipment and supplies.
  9. Initiate orders or requests in a timely manner, as per schedule provided by the Cafeteria Manager.
  10. Report immediately to the cafeteria manager any problems or accidents occurring in the kitchen or the cafeteria premises.
  11. Confer with Cafeteria Manager and/or principal regarding any personnel problems.
  12. Report to the cafeteria manager any faulty or inferior quality food which is received.
  13. Daily cleaning of all kitchen equipment, the washing and sterilizing of all dishes, silverware and utensils. Make sure that kitchen floors are swept and mopped and walls and windows washed.
  14. Log all out-going long distance telephone calls and fax transmittals.
  15. Attend board meetings at the request of the Superintendent or his/her authorized designee.
  16. Perform other assigned tasks required by the supervisor(s).
  17. Must wear proper attire for health and safety regulation and management. No halter tops, spandex, or shorts. Pants (or capris below the knees), long or short sleeve shirt, and closed-toe shoes should be the proper attire worn in the kitchen.

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Work schedule and hours to be established by the Board of

Education on an annual basis, through the recommendation of the Superintendent (pro-rated if necessary)

SALARY: Salary to be established by the Board on an annual basis, through the adoption of the salary schedules.

EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of adopted board policies.
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Librarian 
Deadline: 
Open Until Filled

QUALFICATIONS:

  1. Required State Certification in Library Science;
  2. Other endorsements and/or qualifications determined necessary by the Board.

REPORTS TO: Principal(s) or Designee

GENERALSUPERVISOR: Director of Instruction

SUPERVISES: Library Assistant(s) – shared responsibility with Principal

JOB GOAL: To provide all students with an enriched library environment containing a wide variety and range of materials that will invite intellectual growth and to aid all students in acquiring the skills needed to take full advantage of library resources. Perform added tasks required of a teacher in the endorsed area.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Operate and supervise the library to which assigned.
  2. Evaluate, select and requisition new library materials.
  3. Assist teachers in the selection of books and other instructional materials, and makes library materials available to supplement the instructional program.
  4. Provide technical training to employees on the use of audio-visual equipment and technology.
  5. Inform teachers and other staff members concerning new materials the library acquires.
  6. Maintain a comprehensive an efficient system for cataloging all library materials and instructs teachers and students on use of the system.
  7. Arrange for inter-library loan of materials of interest or use to the teacher.
  8. Work with teachers in planning those assignments likely to lead to extended use of library resources.
  9. Promote appropriate conduct of students using library facilities.
  10. Help students to develop habits of independent reference work and to develop skills in the use of reference materials in relation to planned assignments.
  11. Present and discuss materials with a class studying a particular topic, upon invitation of the teacher.
  12. Participate at curriculum/bilingual curriculum meetings, curriculum alignment, benchmarks and performance standards/assessments, implement EPSS and gather data in order to develop strategies for student improvement.
  13. Counsel with and give reading guidance to students who have special reading problems or unusual intellectual interests.
  14. Arrange frequently changing book-related displays and exhibits likely to interest the library’s patrons.
  15. Prepare and administer the library budget.
  16. Log all out-going long distance telephone calls and fax transmittals.
  17. Review and monitor telephone bills of assigned department and staff and compare with telephone logs for accountability.
  18. Supervise library aides in the performance of their duties.
  19. Communicate with parents bi-weekly, monthly or sooner as the need arises, through conferences and other means to discuss pupil’s progress, behavior and interpret the library program.
  20. Weed obsolete and worn materials from the collections.
  21. Collect and receipt late charges and/or communicate with parents regarding cost of lost books.
  22. Complies with competencies for Librarians.
  23. Supervise the clerical routines necessary for the smooth operation of the library.
  24. Administer Group Standardized Test in accordance with district testing program.
  25. Assist with the LAS Testing and Scoring in both English and Spanish.
  26. Orders AR Reading Books and Tests for all the school sites.
  27. Attend board meetings at the request of the Superintendent or his/her authorized designee.
  28. Must be technology literate
  29. Perform other tasks as may be deemed appropriate and necessary by the supervisor(s).

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Term of Employment to be established by the Board of Education on an annual basis through the adoption of the School District Calendar.

SALARY: Salary to be established by the Board of Education on an annual basis through the adoption of Salary Schedules.

EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s Policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.

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EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT

Deadline: Open Until Filled

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. High school diploma or successful completion of the General Education Development Test (GED) requirements;
  2. Preferably training and experience in general education and/or classroom
  3. Demonstrate positive attitude, interest, and motivation expected of a paraprofessional;
  4. Must be able to lift 25 pounds to head level when requested;
  5. Must be able to kneel, squat, crawl, bend and walk without limitations;
  6. Must be proficient in English and Spanish;
  7. A reasonable amount of Computer Literacy;
  8. Must have Level III EA certification or be able to obtain EA certification before employment.
  9. Other qualifications determined to be necessary by the Board.

REPORTS TO: Immediate Supervisor: Principal(s) and/or Program Director

  General Supervisor: Superintendent

JOB GOAL: To contribute to a well-organized, smooth-functioning class environment in which students can take full advantage of the instructional program and available resources.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Assist teachers in the delivery of instruction in the classroom.
  2. Help students to understand assignments in both English and Spanish.
  3. Work with and/or tutor individual students in small groups in the classroom to reinforce learning of materials or skills initially introduced by the teacher in bilingual, if necessary, and through technology.
  4. Assist the teacher or designee in devising special strategies for reinforcing materials or skills based on a sympathetic understanding of individual students, their needs, interests, and abilities.
  5. Operate and care for computers used in the classroom for instructional purposes.
  6. Help students master technology or instructional materials assigned by the teacher.
  7. Distribute and collect workbooks, papers, and other materials used for instruction.
  8. Guide independent study enrichment work, remedial work, and assignments set up by the teacher.
  9. Assist with the supervision of students during emergency drills, assemblies, play periods, field trips, etc…
  10. Assist with small or large group activities and work on Literature, English, Math, Science, Social Studies, etc…, and Distance Learning through Technology.
  11. Read to students, listen to students read, and participate in other forms of oral communication with students.
  12. Pick up office supplies and/or classroom supplies from Central Office.
  13. Supervise testing and make-up work, as assigned by the teacher.
  14. Assist teachers with activities related to winter and Spring Programs.
  15. Keep bulletin boards and other classroom learning displays up to date.
  16. Alert the regular teacher of any problems or special information about an individual student.
  17. Serve as the chief source of information and assist any substitute teacher assigned in the absence of the regular classroom teacher.
  18. Maintain the same high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students as is expected of a fully licensed teacher.
  19. Participate in in-service training programs as assigned.
  20. Attend school board meetings at the request of the Superintendent of his/her authorized designee.
  21. Perform all other assigned tasks required of the supervisor(s).

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Term of Employment will be established by the Board of Education on an annual basis, through the adoption of the school calendar.



Santa Rosa Consolidated Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Submit resume to Human Resource BettyJo Moncayo 344 Fourth St, Santa Rosa NM 88435
email: bmoncayo@srlions.com

 


Applications are available in PDF format below

Applicants must be able to pass a background check and hold required licenses, if applicable. Positions are available until filled with a fiscal year starting date. Applications are also available at 344 4th St. Santa Rosa, NM 88435.

The Santa Rosa Consolidated School District is an equal opportunity employer. No candidate will be denied employment on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, age, or handicap.

Teacher Application.pdf

2019 Non-Cert. Application.pdf

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