TRANSFERPROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY BULLETIN by hwr10459

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									                     WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
                      1108 Bissell Avenue ♦ Richmond, California 94801 ♦ (510) 231-1100
                                 PLEASE POST AND ANNOUNCE!!

                                              March 10, 2010

     CLASSIFIED POSITION                                                ANNOUNCEMENT

 TRANSFER/PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY BULLETIN

                     CLOSING DATE:                    March 24, 2010 by 4:30 pm

 Job#       Classification                          Range      Site                                  Hours/Month/Shift
10TP243    GRAD TUTOR BILINGUAL
           (SPANISH) 2 POSITIONS                      66    RICHMOND HIGH                                    7.5 Hours/11 Months
10TP244    TYPIST CLERK III                           51    SPECIAL EDUCATION                                7.5 Hours/12 Months
10TP245     TYPIST CLERK II                           47    KENNEDY HIGH SCHOOL                              7.5 Hours/12 Months
10TP246    SCHOOL SECRETARY                           55    PRESCHOOL OFFICE                                 7.5 Hours/11 Months




    CONTINUOUS JOB POSTINGS (OPEN TILL FILLED)
 Job#         Classification                            Range Site                                  Hours/Month/Shift
 10C01       Interpreter for Deaf/Hard of Hearing        63 Various                                    6.5 Hours/11 Months
 10C02       Office Machine Repair Worker                63 General Services                           7.5 Hours/11 Months
 10C03       Typist Clerk I Bilingual                    44 Lincoln                                    2.0 Hours/11 Months
 10C04       Typist Clerk I Bilingual                    44 Highland                                   3.0 Hours/11 Months
 10C05       Typist Clerk I Bilingual                    44 Lake                                       3.0 Hours/11 Months
 10C07       Typist Clerk I Bilingual                    44 Coronado                                   2.0 Hours/11 Months
 10C08       Food Service Aide (Breakfast)               35 Washington                                 1.5 Hours/11 Months
 10C09       Food Service Aide (Breakfast)               35 Stege                                     1.25 Hours/11 Months
 10C10       Food Service Aide (Breakfast)               35 Peres                                     1.25 Hours/11 Months
 10C11       Food Service Aide (Breakfast)               35 Lake                                       2.0 Hours/11 Months
 10C12       Food Service Aide (Breakfast)               35 Lake                                       2.0 Hours/11 Months

                                                       TESTING
To be qualified for these opportunities, you must meet the minimum requirements of the position and pass
the appropriate employment test. If you have not taken or passed the employment test, please contact
Debbie Sellers at (510) 231-1100 ext. 23355 or dsellers@wccusd.net to sign up.



                                                    Testing Dates
Clerical
   - Written Test                                                         Thursday, March 25, 2010
   - Typing Test                                                                    2:30 pm
   - Computer Test                                                    Administration Building Computer Lab
                                                             (over)




Hiring Procedure:
    1. The Bulletin will be on the job hotline, on the District web site, emailed to each site and sent to each site for posting
        in common areas.
    2. The bulletin will include the job title, site hours per day, number of work months and shift if applicable. People who
        meet the minimum qualifications may apply for the position(s) in which they have interest. If a person has passed the
        appropriate test for a job classification, they need not retest. However, if the test has not been passed, interested
        employees must apply and sign up for a testing date as outline below. Please contact Human Resources at (510)
        231-1100 extension 23355 to make an appointment.
    3. The number of specific positions will be identified on the posting. The District may fill vacancies in the posted
        classification that exists at the time the posting closes.
    4. Those meeting the minimum qualifications will be placed in the following order by seniority:
             a. Laid off employees shall automatically be recalled;
             b. If there are no laid off employees in the classification, then transfers of employees which is defined as:
                  Office and Technical Unit is by salary range all other units are by job classification;
             c. Promotions within the unit;
             d. Voluntary demotions within the unit;
             e. Promotions or demotions for WCCUSD permanent employees;
             f. Local One substitutes;
             g. All others.
    5. Any special needs of the position will be listed on the posting.
    6. The top four candidates, as per number 4(c) – 4(g) above, will be interviewed by the appropriate administrator, who
        shall make a selection amongst the four.
    7. An employee on leave shall have the right to have his/her designee submit an application on his/her behalf.



If you are interested and wish to apply, please complete and submit the attached
Transfer/Promotion Application form. ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THE APPLICATION
FORMS AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS CAN BE FOUND ON THE DISTRICT WEBSITE:
www.wccusd.net and at the Human Resources Department.
                                               TUTOR - Bilingual

DEFINITION

Under general supervision of the school principal, works with individuals and small groups of students in order to
provide tutorial assistance in specific academic skill areas.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

May work directly or indirectly with certificated personnel to assist individuals and small groups of students with
identified needs in the academic subject areas of English, Reading, Math, Science, Foreign Language, Library
Work or Specialized Learning Activities.

QUALIFICATIONS

Lower Division Tutor:           Must be a lower division college student or have completed fewer
                                than 60 units of college work, preferably with a minimum of six
                                semester units in the core subject area to be tutored;

Upper Division Tutor:           Is an upper division college student or has completed at least 60
                                units but fewer than 120 units of college work, preferably with a
                                minimum of six semester units in the core subject area to be
                                tutored;

Grad Division Tutor:            Is a graduate student or has received a BA preferably with a
                                minimum of nine semester units in the core subject area to be
                                tutored.
ABIILITY TO

Work independently under the general direction of certificated/administrative personnel.

Work well with students in individual or small group settings

Work cooperatively with certificated personnel and parents.

Understand and follow oral and written directions.

Speak English and Spanish fluently.

Translate English to Spanish and Spanish to English.

EXPERIENCE

Some experience in working with students or children is preferable. Background experience in the subject area
to be tutored must be sufficient to provide the tutor with the necessary skills to tutor individuals and small
groups. NCLB Required.
                                                  TYPIST CLERK 3

DEFINITION:
        Under general supervision, to perform a wide variety of complex and responsible clerical work of more
than average difficulty; to act as secretary to an administrative official at the central administrative offices; and to
do related work as required.

JOB CHARACTERISTICS:
         The execution of secretarial and clerical duties assigned to a Typist Clerk 3 requires that an incumbent
possess a thorough knowledge of school district policies, rules, and regulations pertinent to the department’s
program and the application of this knowledge in answering questions directed to the administrator’s office and
in independently completing a variety of difficult clerical tasks. Typist Clerk 3 duties are assigned with only
general instructions as to procedures to be followed and the results expected and these results are usually
reviewed only on completion of the assigned tasks. A Typist Clerk 3 differs from a Typist Clerk 2 in the greater
variety and amount of public contact, clerical responsibilities, and independence exercised in completing
assignments. A Typist Clerk 3 differs from a Stenographer Clerk in that stenography is not a requirement of this
class.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
         Performs a wide variety of difficult clerical work, including the personal performance or supervision of
typing, checking and recording information, compiling information for and preparing reports, and maintaining
file systems; interviews office visitors in person or over the phone and either answers questions concerning the
department’s activities, policies, or programs, refers persons to another source of information, or schedules an
appointment with the administrator; composes either independently or from oral instructions, letters requesting or
giving information or letters dealing with routine school district activities; makes arrangements for meetings and
conferences; compiles and prepares reports; cuts mimeograph and other stencils and master copies; operates
office appliances, including adding machine, mimeograph, and duplicator; receives, screens, marks important
sections, and distributes incoming mail.

QUALIFICATIONS:
     Knowledge of:
     Modern office methods and practices, including filing systems, receptionist and telephone techniques,
     and letter and report writing;
     Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation;
     Common office machines and some skill in their operation.

          Ability to:
          Learn and interpret specific rules, laws, and policies and apply them with good judgment in a variety of
          procedural situations;
          Perform responsible and difficult clerical work with accuracy and speed;
          Deal effectively with a wide variety of personalities and situations requiring diplomacy, friendliness,
          poise, and firmness;
          Analyze situations and adopt an effective course of action;
          Carry out verbal and written directions independently;
          Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately;
          Type at a rate of 50 words a minute from ordinary manuscript or printed or typewritten material;
          Work cooperatively with others.

          Experience:
          Two years of broad and varied experience in clerical work.

          Education:
          High school education or equivalent in training and experience.

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8/22/74
                                          TYPIST CLERK II

DEFINITION:

       Under general supervision, to perform a wide variety of clerical work of average difficulty
involving typing duties; to give routine information to students, teachers and the public; and to do related
work as required.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

        Composes and types letters, statements and reports from school records and rough drafts; types
reports, bills, vouchers, receipts, lists, schedules, enrollment forms, payrolls, notices and statistical data;
types book orders; receives, stores and issues books; operates calculator, adding machine, mimeograph
and miscellaneous office appliances; maintains financial records and assists in balancing books and
preparing financial statements; keeps time and cost records; sets up and keeps students’ records;
complete forms for other governmental jurisdictions from school district records and furnishes extracted
information on complete student records as required by other school systems; prepares statistical
information as requested; orders and maintains office supplies; gives routine information by phone and
over the counter to teachers, students and the public regarding work of office, refers callers to proper
source or arranges appointment with superior; maintains alphabetical, index and cross reference files.

QUALIFICATIONS:

       Knowledge of:
       • Modern office methods and procedures;
       • Business English, good vocabulary, correct grammatical usage and spelling and forms of
          correspondence and filing systems.

       Ability to:
       • Perform clerical work of average difficulty;
       • Learn, apply and interpret office rules, policies and procedures;
       • Make mathematical calculations;
       • Meet the public tactfully and courteously;
       • Operate mimeograph, duplicator and other office appliances;
       • Type at a rate of 45 words per minute from clear copy.

       Experience:
       • One year of experience in general typing and clerical work.

       Education:
       • High school education or the equivalent in training and experience.

MB:hs
08-22-74
                                                  SCHOOL SECRETARY I

         DEFINITION:
         Under the general supervision of a principal, to act as secretary and receptionist and to perform a wide
         variety of responsible clerical duties; to assist the principal by relieving him of clerical detail; and to do
         related work as required.

         JOB CHARACTERISTICS:
         Positions in this class exist at elementary schools and are characterized by the relatively small amount of
         supervision received, since many of the duties may be performed while the principal is absent from the
         office. The School Secretary I, however, is not required to take any actions requiring the application of
         techniques of professional education or the making of policy decisions and most clerical operations are
         routine and repetitive. Frequent contacts with parents, teachers, and students are characteristic of these
         positions. Although stenography may be desirable it is not a requirement of positions in this class.

         EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
         Acts as secretary to an elementary principal; takes and refers messages for the principal and for teachers
         and acts as receptionist; gives information to the public regarding school matters over the counter and by
         telephone; independently answers routine correspondence, usually by form letters, not requiring the
         principal’s attention; keeps records of student attendance and makes regular reports of attendance to the
         district office; registers students and maintains all student records and prepares reports including supply
         orders; collects district funds and keeps bookkeeping records of employees for payroll purposes;
         coordinates exchanges of textbook, library and audio visual materials among the teachers; types a variety
         of materials from oral directions, rough draft, copy or notes; telephones and confers with parents
         regarding pupil’s absences and other matters of student welfare; schedules school appointments for
         pupils with the district physician and nurse; administers minor first aid and/or medication to pupils in the
         absence of the school nurse; gives clerical assistance to teachers on work requiring typing and the use of
         office machines, such as mimeograph and duplicating machines.

         QUALIFICATIONS:
              Knowledge of:
              Basic modern office methods;
              Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation;
              Common office machines and some skill in their operation.

                 Ability to:
                 Perform clerical work of average difficulty with accuracy and speed;
                 Learn specific rules, laws and policies quickly and to apply them with good judgment in a variety
                 of procedural situations;
                 Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately;
                 Compile and maintain accurate and complete records and reports;
                 Understand and carry out oral and written directions;
                 Meet the public tactfully and courteously and to establish and maintain cooperative and effective
                 working relationships with children and adults;
                 Type from clear copy at a rate of 45 words a minute.

                 Experience:
                 One year of experience in clerical work, preferably requiring frequent contact with the public.

                 Education:
                 High school education or the equivalent in training and experience.

MB:hs
5/8/78
                             Interpreter for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing


PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

The educational interpreter’s primary responsibility is to function under the direction of the classroom
teacher as the classroom interpreter in the public school. The educational interpreter will provide
interpreting/transliterating services to facilitate communication for hearing-impaired students, their
hearing peers, the classroom teacher, and other personnel, and to do other related work as required.


MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Under the direct supervision of the site administrator, assists the classroom teacher in carrying out the
educational program by helping deaf students with their learning tasks; performs interpreting services
individually or in a group setting; assists deaf students in meeting instructional demands and classroom
assignments.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge of:

        •   Subject matter ( English usage, vocabulary, grammar, spelling; Language of signs and finger
            spelling-receptively and expressively)
Ability to:
        • Translate spoken English into an acceptable form of signed English; Translate sign language
            into spoken English
       • Demonstrate professionalism in all areas


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

        •   Must meet current requirements of No Child Left Behind through one of the following:

            A). Completed at least 2 years (48 units) of study at an institution of higher education;
            B). Obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree; or
            C). Successfully passed District’s NCLB TEST

        •   Possess at least 6 months experience providing interpreting services to hearing impaired
        •   Possession of a valid I.D. or Driver’s License


RANGE 63


Approved by the Human Resources Division
Approved by the Board of Education JUNE 20, 2007.
                         OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRWORKER

DEFINITION:

      Under direction, to clean, adjust, repair, overhaul and do preventive maintenance
on a variety of office duplicators, copiers, typewriters and other mechanical office
equipment; and to do related work as required.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

       Cleans, adjusts, oils, and repairs mechanical office equipment including duplicators,
photocopiers, collators, typewriters, punches and staplers; removes equipment and makes
major repairs and overhauls office equipment; responds to requests for emergency service;
assists in maintaining records; makes reports; keeps informed on mechanical changes on
equipment and new equipment purchased.

QUALIFICATIONS:

      Knowledge of:
      Methods, materials and equipment used in maintenance and repair of duplicators,
      copiers, typewriters and other mechanical office equipment.
      Construction and operation of typewriters and other mechanical office equipment.

      Ability to:
      Determine and make needed repairs on duplicators, copiers,
       typewriters, and other mechanical office equipment.
      Read, interpret and work from plans, drawings and specifications.
      Prepare meaningful reports.
      Deal harmoniously and effectively with school district personnel.

      Experience:
      Two (2) years of experience in the maintenance and repair of a variety of office
       machines.

      Education:
       High school education or equivalent in training and experience with courses taken
       pertaining to the repair and maintenance of duplicators, copiers, and typewriters.

      License:
       Possession of a valid California Driver’s License to operate a motor vehicle.


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8/30/76
                        TYPIST CLERK I - BILINGUAL
                                (Spanish/English)

DEFINITION:
      Under supervision, to perform a variety of routine clerical work and typing in
connection with such duties and assist with related project clerical work; and to do related
work as required.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
        Does a variety of clerical work including typing, proofreading, filing, checking;
serves as receptionist, answers the telephone and waits on the public, giving information
on routine, procedural or directional questions; types from oral direction, rough draft, copy
or notes, a wide variety of materials including records, letters tests, reports, memoranda,
tables, lists, documents, etc.; cuts mimeograph stencils, and dittoes; operates adding
machines and other office equipment; sorts and files documents, and records according to
pre-determined classifications, maintaining alphabetical, index, and cross reference files;
performs mathematical calculations; checks records, and papers for clerical and
mathematical accuracy, completeness and for compliance with established standards or
procedures; mails out letters, forms, and applications; receives, sorts, and distributes
incoming and outgoing mail; makes appointments and runs errands; operates duplicating
and mimeograph machines; may compose letters in Spanish and English; may operate a
PBX switchboard on a relief basis.

QUALIFICATIONS:

       Knowledge of:
       Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation;
       Correct Spanish usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation;
       Must be bilingual and bicultural.

       Ability to:
       Translate English to Spanish and Spanish to English;
       Speak English and Spanish fluently;
       Become informed as to district policies and legal requirements;
       Be sensitive to multicultural differences and lifestyles;
       Type at a rate of 45 words per minute;
       Learn to operate a mimeograph, duplicator, adding machine, and other office
        appliances;
       Learn office rules, methods, and procedures;
       Understand and carry out verbal and written instructions;
       Perform routine clerical work with speed and accuracy;
       Meet the public tactfully and courteously;
       Demonstrate skills in interpersonal relations.

       Experience:
       None required.

       Education:
       High school education or equivalent in training and experience.
                                  FOOD SERVICE AIDE

DEFINITION:

       Under supervision, to serve lunches; to perform routine cleaning in work area; and
to do related work as required.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

       To set up and serve hot food, cold food, beverages, and other food at serving lines; to
heat hot portion of meal when necessary; to collect and count lunch tickets; to record
number of lunches served; to check deliveries of lunches and milk; to order milk for next
day’s lunch; to keep work area and equipment clean and sanitary; to work cooperatively
with school secretary in lunch program; supervises the work of student helpers; attends
training workshops as directed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

      Ability to:
      * Follow verbal and written directions;
      * Read and write English;
      * Count accurately and keep simple records;
      * Operate a heating oven;
      * Maintain good working relations with students and school employees.

      Experience:
      * None

      Education:
      * Equivalent to completion of the eighth grade.




JJD:elw
4/22/77

								
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