Idaho Falls School District 91

690 John Adams Pky
Idaho Falls , ID
http://www.ifschools.org

1. School Bus Drivers-CDL 2. Sub. Custodians 3. Child Nutrition: Sub. Driver 4.Sub. Kitchen worker 5. Part Time Kitchen Worker 6. Sub. Teacher

Idaho Falls School District 91
Idaho Falls, ID Part-time
Posted on November 2, 2018

1. School Bus Driver  

QUALIFICATIONS:

Valid Idaho Class “B” commercial driver’s license with school bus, air brake, and passenger endorsement.
Certification of good health signed by a District designated physician who is licensed to practice in Idaho. Must be physically capable of performing assigned duties.
 Permit to operate a school bus, issued by the District, to be carried by the driver at all times.
 Ability to complete required paperwork.
Clean driving record, no traffic tickets or chargeable accidents for the last three years.
 No convictions for DUI involving alcohol or drugs.
 Ability to work with staff, students and the public.
 Previous experience preferred, but not mandatory.
 Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

REPORTS TO: Transportation Supervisor. JOB GOALS: To support the delivery of School District 91’s written, taught, tested and reported curriculum and contribute to maximizing student achievement as tested with the Idaho Standards Achievement Test. To provide safe and efficient transportation so that students may enjoy the fullest possible advantage from the District’s curriculum and extracurricular program.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Obeys all traffic laws.
 Observes all mandatory safety regulations for school buses. Knows and follows all laws, rules and regulations governing the operation of school buses as specified in the Idaho State Transportation Manual, as amended by State or Federal laws.  Maintains discipline when students are on the bus by enforcing bus rules and following the disciplinary policies and procedures approved by the District. Bus drivers will not grab/touch students, swear at students, call students names, etc.
 Reports unruly students to the proper authority using a citation system and following District disciplinary policies and procedures.
 Keeps assigned bus clean.
Stays on assigned route schedule. Notifies proper authorities when late.
 Performs pre-trip inspections of bus before each operation for mechanical/safety defects. Notifies proper authority in case of mechanical failure.
 Picks up and discharges students only at regular stops (school or home stop) unless otherwise authorized.
Exercises responsible leadership when on out-of-district school trips. Knows and follows District policy for activity runs.
 Transports authorized students only.
 Reports all accidents and completes required paperwork.
 Maintains daily log on District form of pupils transported on the bus. Hands completed log form to the Transportation Supervisor at the end of each week. Completes bus log report and pre-trip inspections report.
 Completes other forms as required, including but not limited to: worksheets for computing bus charges for extra runs; monthly reports on bus condition and repair recommendations, certificates of bus evacuation drills, etc.
Knows and follows District policies and rules governing personnel safety and safety of students. The safety of students being transported is our primary concern.
 Attends New Driver Training (40 hours); Refresher Training (6 hours); First Aid/CPR Training; and all other training required by the District for Bus Drivers.
 Maintains high standards of ethical behavior and confidentiality.
 Has regular and predictable attendance.

2. Substitute Custodian.

QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma preferred. Read and write at a minimum of a 9th grade level. Physically capable of performing assigned tasks. Able to work with staff, students and the public. Mechanical aptitude. Capable of lifting up to 55 pounds. Available to work on short notice in any custodial assignment. Previous experience preferred, but not mandatory. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO:  Director of Operations/Head Custodian

3. Child Nutrition Sub. Delivery Driver

QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma preferred. Ability to work with staff, students and the public. Excellent driving record and skills. Capable of lifting up to 50 pounds. Ability to drive a 2-ton truck and back up using the mirrors. Physically able to perform assigned duties. Previous experience preferred, but not mandatory. Ability to obtain a forklift certificate. Willingness to attend training sessions. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO: Child Nutrition Supervisor

4. Substitute Cafeteria Worker

QUALIFICATIONS:   High School Diploma preferred. Knowledge of kitchen procedures and management. Possess a current Food Handlers Card. Ability to work with staff, students and the public. Strong math and communication skill. Capable of lifting up to 40 pounds.Willingness to try new ideas.Physically able to perform assigned duties.Available to work on short notice in any cafeteria position.Previous experience preferred, but not mandatory.Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO: Child Nutrition Supervisor.

5. Part Time Kitchen Worker

Cafeteria Worker

QUALIFICATIONS:

 High School Diploma preferred.
 Knowledge of kitchen procedures and management. Possess a current Food Handlers Card.
 Ability to work with staff, students and the public.
 Strong math and communication skill
 Capable of lifting up to 40 pounds.
Willingness to try new ideas.
 Physically able to perform assigned duties.
 Previous experience preferred, but not mandatory.
 Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO: Cafeteria Manager.

 JOB GOALS:

To support the delivery of School District 91’s written, taught, tested and reported curriculum and contribute to maximizing student achievement as tested with the Idaho Standards Achievement Test.

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

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Knows and follows nutritional guidelines.
 Participates in the preparation and serving of food.
 Prepares and packs food to be sent to satellite schools.
 Participates in the cleaning of kitchen, serving, storage, and dining areas.
 Knows and follows health and sanitation procedures.
 Performs dishwashing duties as assigned.
 Performs major cleaning assignments at regularly scheduled intervals as directed by the cafeteria manager.
 Assumes responsibility for storage and disposal of unused foods.
Maintains high standards of ethical behavior and confidentiality.
 Has regular and predictable attendance.

 OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Maintains accurate records and completes assigned paperwork.
 Performs all other duties as assigned.

6. Substitute Teacher

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of two years of college. Ability to work with students, staff and the public. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

REPORTS TO: Supervisor of Instructional Services.

JOB GOALS: To support the delivery of School District 91’s written, taught, tested and reported curriculum and contribute to maximizing student achievement as tested with the Idaho Standards Achievement Test.  To enable each child to pursue his or her education as smoothly and completely as possible in the absence of the regular teacher.PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Reports to the building principal or school secretary upon arrival at the school building usually 30 minutes before teaching assignment begins. If necessary, reviews with the principal or department head all plans and schedules to be followed during the teaching day. Maintains as fully as possible the established routines and procedures of the school and classroom to which assigned. Teaches the lesson outlined and described in the substitute teacher’s plans as prepared by the absent teacher. Consults as appropriate with the building principal or department head before initiating any teaching or other procedures not specified in the teacher’s plans. Assumes responsibility for overseeing pupil behavior in class and during recess periods as assigned by the building principal. Completes a written report on the form provided by the school secretary on the day’s activities at the conclusion of each teaching day. Follows all policies, rules, and procedures to which regular teachers are subject and which good teaching practice dictates. Seeks out opportunities for professional growth. Maintains high standards of ethical behavior and confidentiality of student information.