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CL 3822 Campus Supervisor II - West Valley High School

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2/1/2013
Ellie Larios
elarios@hemetusd.org
951.765.5100 2232
1
6.25 hours per day, 5 days per week, School Session
Part Time
2/8/2013 5:00 PM Pacific
Range 26: $14.39 - $17.48 per hour; PERS Retirement
Date Posted:
2/1/2013
Application Deadline:
2/8/2013 5:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Part Time
Length of Work Year:
6.25 hours per day, 5 days per week, School Session
Salary:
Range 26: $14.39 - $17.48 per hour; PERS Retirement
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Ellie Larios Email: elarios@hemetusd.org Phone: 951.765.5100 2232
An exam is REQUIRED for this position. You cannot be considered for this position if you do not pass this exam. This will be your ONLY notification. Please write down testing information, as it will become unavailable after the application deadline. Please bring photo ID. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 @ 1:00 p.m.
Hemet Unified Professional Development Service Center; 1791 West Acacia Avenue, Hemet (corner of Acacia & Lyon)
An exam is REQUIRED for this position. You cannot be considered for this position if you do not pass this exam. This will be your ONLY notification. Please write down testing information, as it will become unavailable after the application deadline. Please bring photo ID. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 @ 1:00 p.m.
Hemet Unified Professional Development Service Center; 1791 West Acacia Avenue, Hemet (corner of Acacia & Lyon)
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

HEMET UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
1791 W. Acacia Ave. - Hemet, CA 92545 - (951) 765-5100

CAMPUS SUPERVISOR II
(Middle or Senior High Schools)

JOB SUMMARY
Positions allocated to this class are assigned to a Middle or Senior High School campus to help maintain an orderly campus by personal patrol, and to create an atmosphere on campus that is conducive to maintaining the educational process. Must possess tolerance, understanding and knowledge of juvenile laws and procedures and be able to work closely with law enforcement and with other agencies such as the paramedics, fire department and probation department, and to perform other related work as may be required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Enforcing District and school policies and rules; Monitor and control student behavior in non-classroom activities including, but not limited to, before school activities, lunch time activities, pass time, and bus boarding, referring students to administrator as necessary; Patrol and check faculty, visitor and student parking lot areas, locked bicycle areas, student lunch areas and other campus locations to prevent altercations and campus disorders and generally supervise student conduct and activities; Report reckless driving to administration; Patrol campus to check on students who may be suspected of being in possession of or under the influence of drugs or alcohol, in possession of lethal weapons, or may be truant or cutting classes; May assist teachers in classroom supervision; May assist during lunch periods, overseeing lunch detentions and supervising students; Check and screen non-student visitors on campus; May go to another campus to assist with problems involving these schools students; May assist administrator contact parents, schools, law enforcement agencies, paramedics and other groups to give or obtain information or assistance related to student behavior and activities; Maintain simple records.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
KNOWLEDGE OF
Policies rules and regulations concerning campus control, security, and appropriate student behavior; Behavior modification strategies and techniques; Crowd control procedures and the detection and identification of dangerous drugs and improper substances.

ABILITY TO
Follow safety procedures and written & verbal instructions; Enforce campus rules and regulations; Achieve the confidence and respect of students; Perform effectively and efficiently in situations requiring tact, diplomacy, and good judgment; Write clear and concise reports; Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence; Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s; Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral form; Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations; Understand and carry out oral and written directions; Perform evening and weekend student supervision services; Work effectively with staff, students & public; Enforce campus rules and regulations; Achieve the confidence and respect of students; Maintain work pace; perform repetitive & varied tasks; Perform effectively and efficiently in situations requiring tact, diplomacy, and good judgment; Communicate effectively in oral and written form, particularly with adolescent students; Write clear and concise reports; Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence; Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiple and divide with 10’s and 100’s; Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and oral form; Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with those contacted in the course of work; Work autonomously; Make independent decisions; Respond appropriately to evaluation & changes in the work setting.

EDUCATION
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above.

EXPERIENCE
One year of experience working with adolescent age students performing supervision and control services.

REQUIRED LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES
If required to operate a vehicle in the performance of duties, operator must possession a valid and appropriate California Driver's License; Have an acceptable driving record and qualify for insurability with the District's insurance carrier.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspect that this position classification must perform in carry out the essential job functions listed above.

Physical Demands
Grasp/ manipulate materials, equipment, and supplies (frequently); Use seeing, hearing & speaking (continuously); Understand and carry out oral and written directions; Sit, look down, turn neck (frequently); Walk, stand, bend, stoop, reach, twist (occasionally); Squat, kneel, push, pull, climb stairs (infrequently); Lift & carry items to 10 pounds (occasionally), to 25 pounds (infrequently).

Working Conditions
Indoor classrooms, outdoor school yard & grounds. Exposure to student and moderate to loud campus noise; Seasonal temperatures, dust and wind. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.

EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Bargaining Unit Position. January 2008

Classified Bargaining Unit positions in the Hemet Unified School District are subject to an agency fee arrangement. All applicants are subject to a fingerprint clearance (at applicant’s expense) through the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation (DOJ/FBI). Authorization for employment will not be granted until the fingerprint clearance from DOJ/FBI has been accepted. This process takes approximately two (2) to five (5) working days.






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